The Department of Social Work trains social workers who can work direct or indirect as generic practitioners in communities and in various social welfare agencies including public, private, voluntary and non-governmental organizations. It is also envisaged that this training will produce both proactive and reactive social workers who can effectively respond to the newly emerging social problems in the contemporary societies. Through its various curricula the department also expects to produce graduates who can create their own self-employment capable of responding to societal needs.
Department of social work at ISW offers the following courses in Social Work: Basic Technician Certificate in Social Work (NTA Level 4), Ordinary Diploma in Social Work (NTA Levels 5 and 6), Bachelor Degree in Social Work (NTA Levels 7 and 8) and Postgraduate Diploma in Social Work.
For more details about course offered by department of social work, please check Course and Programs or ISW Prospectus 2011-2013.
Under the 2014 curricula, the Department of Social Work conducts five different training programs which
- Basic Technician Certificate in Social Work (NTA Level 4)
- Ordinary Diploma in Social Work (NTA Levels 5 and 6)
- Bachelor Degree in Social Work (NTA Levels 7 and 8)
- Postgraduate Diploma in Social Work (PGDSW)
- Master degree of Social Work (MSW) (NTA Level 9)
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