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SRIMAD ANDAVAN ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS), T.V.

KOVIL, TRICHY-5

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK (PG CURRICULUM 2014 ONWARDS)


Semester : 1
Course code : P14MSW101TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

CORE COURSE 1-INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL


STRUCTURE
Objectives:

To develop an insight into the historical context of origin and development of


social work Profession.
To impart social and religious ideologies of India for change.
To create an understanding about theoretical framework of the subject.
To imbibe an idea anent Social structure and social problems.

Unit I

Concepts: Social work, Social Service, Social welfare, Social Security, Social Defense, Social
Justice and Social Reform(Raja ram Mohan Roy, Keshav Chandra gupta,Annie
Besant,Jothiba bhule,Gandhi,Vinobave,Periyar,Swami Vevekanandha. Historical development
of Social Work in UK, USA and India.
Unit II

Social Work as a Profession: Nature and scope, objectives, philosophy(Philosophical


foundation in India-Hindhu,Christian,Islam,Buddhist and Jain) , principles, methods, values
and ethics: Professional Social work and voluntary Social work. Social Work Theories: Role
theory, Problem solving theory and Gestalt theory,Psychoanalytic Theory and Professional
Association before theories.
Unit III

Social Work - Methods - Social Case Work Social Group Work Community Organization
Social Action - Social Work Research Social Welfare Administration. Fields of Social work:
Community Development (Rural, Urban & Tribal), Medical and Psychiatric Social Work,
Correctional Social Work, Labour Welfare, family and child welfare.

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Unit IV
SOCIAL STRUCTURE

Concept of Society, Community, Association, Institution, Social Groups, Culture and Its
elements, Social stratification, Social processes, Social change Social movements and
Social control- Custom law and function. Concept of Urbanisation, Industrialisation,
Modernisation, Sanskritisation Social Institutions: Family, Marriage, Religion, Economic,
Educational and Political institutions
Unit V

social problems concepts, magnitude, types, process, consequence, solutions and role of
social worker in social problems (problems of vulnerable groups, SC and ST, Small and
Marginal farmers, landless labourers, women and children, aged and handicapped, Poverty,
unemployment, beggary, Prostitution, Dowry, Corruption, Malpractise, Adulteration, Crime,
Juvenile delinquents.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Bhushan,Vidya & Sachdeva, D.R(2011) An Introduction to sociology, Kitalmahal,
Allahabad.
2.
Congress, E.P. (1998) Social Work Values and Ethics, Nelson-Hall, Chicago
3.
Desai,M. 2000, Curriculum Development on History of Ideologies for Social
Change and Social Work, TISS, Mumbai.
4.
Fried Lander, A.W. (1974) Introduction to social work, Prentice Hall, New Jersey
5.
Gangrade, K.D. (1976) Dimensions of Social Work in India, Marwah, New Delhi
6.
Jacob K.K (1994) Social Work Education in India (ed), Himanshu pub .New Delhi.
7.
Singh, R.R. (1985) Field Work in social work education (Ed), Concept pub., New
Delhi.
8.
Wadia, A.R.(1961) History and Philosophy of Social Work Education in India
Allied, Bombay.
9.
Madan.G.R, 2000, Social Problems., Sultan and Chand Publications, New Delhi
10.
Misra.P.D., Social Work- Philosophy and Methods., Inter-India Publications., 2000

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK (PG CURRICULUM 2014 ONWARDS)


Semester : I
Course code : P14MSW102TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

CORE COURSE 2-SOCIAL CASE WORK


Objectives:
To develop simple to complex skills of working with individuals and families in
various situations (like crisis, preventive and developmental) and settings
Unit I

Case Work: Concepts, objectives/purpose/its importance; nature and scope, historical


development; components; values and principles of Case Work practice; Case Work practice
in India; Skills in Social Case Work.
Unit II

Case Worker-Client Relationship: Meaning, purpose/needs/significance, and


elements/components. Characteristics of professional relationship: empathy, transference
and counter transference, resistance, sustaining the relationship, non-possessive warmth,
genuineness and self-disclosure; Principles of client-worker relationship; obstacles in client
worker relationship.
Case work and Communication: concept, purpose, importance, Principles, elements in
communication process, types, importance of listening, observing and feedback,
communication barriers and ways to overcome them Importance of Interpersonal
Relationship/Communication.
Unit III

Case work process: Intake: meaning, steps, referral- types and stages,
Study: meaning, tools used/procedure followed in the study process: Interviewing (-types,
purpose, skills, techniques and principles of interviewing), Home visits & Reaching out,
Collateral contacts & Relationship;
Assessment/Social Diagnosis: meaning, types and models;
Treatment/ Intervention: meaning, objectives, goals and goals setting & treatment planning,
principles, models, and types, techniques (supportive/Environmental manipulation,
reflective/ practical help or material help & direct treatment/ counseling).
Evaluation: meaning, purpose/objectives, types, methods/techniques/instruments,
difference between appraisal, monitoring and evaluation;
Termination-meaning, reaction to termination, decision and planning to termination and;
Follow-up- meaning purpose and types

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Unit IV

Approaches of Social Case Work: Psychosocial, Problem Solving, Crisis Intervention;


Behaviour Modification, Functional and development of an Eclectic model for practice.
Recording in Case Work: meaning, sources and types-process record- person oriented and
problem oriented records and its components; summative record, etc; principles of
recording, uses and maintenance of record.
Unit V

Social Case Work - Application in different settings: Medical and Psychiatric settingsmentally retarded Shelter homes; Mental Rehabilitation center, De-addiction and
detoxification centers, Mental Health & Community Based Rehabilitation, Role of Social
Workers in: a) Hospital settings, b) Family and Child Welfare settings: Family, Child
guidance clinic, c) Schools, d) Geriatric care & Aged and the terminally ill people. Case Work
practice in Community settings including self-help groups, Industries and Correctional
Institutions.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Hollis, Florence (1964) Case Work - A Psychosocial Therapy, Random House,
New York
2.
Perlman, Helen H (1957) Social Case Work - A Problem solving process,
University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
3.
Chowdry Paul., Introduction to Social Work, New Atmaram & sons
4.
Jordan, William (1970) Client Worker Transactions, Rutledge & Kegan Paul,
London
5.
Kadushin, Alfred (1972), The Social Work Interview, Columbia University Press,
New York
6.
Mathew, Grace (1992), An Introduction to Social Case Work Bombay; Tata
Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
7.
Robert & Robert Nee (1970), Theories of social case work, (ed) University of
Chicago Press, Chicago.
8.
Russel, M. N (1990), Clinical Social Work: Research and Practice, Sage, Newbury
Park Samalley, Ruth Elizabeth (1971), Theory of Social Work Practice; Columbia
Univ.press, NY.
9.
Sundel and Sundel (1999) Behaviour Modification in the Human Services, Sage,
Newbury Park.
10.
Tilbury; D.E.F (1977), Casework in context - A Basic for Practice, Pergamon
press, Oxford
11.
Timms, Noel (1972), Recording in social work Rutledge & Kegan Paul., London
12.
Timms, Noel (1964), Social Case Work: Principles and practices, Rutledge and
Kegan Paul., London
13.
Trevithick (2005) Social Work Skills, A Practice Hand Book, Open University
Press, London.

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK (PG CURRICULUM 2014 ONWARDS)


Semester : I
Course code : P14MSW103TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

CORE COURSE 3- SOCIAL GROUP WORK


Objectives:

Appreciate the importance of groups in the life of an individual and develop


awareness about the specific characteristics of group work and its contributions
as a method of social work intervention
To gain knowledge about group formation and use of a variety of group
approaches and to understand concepts, dynamics and models
To develop knowledge of the principles, skills and techniques to be used by the
social worker in group.
To develop a beginning awareness of the various programme media and skills of
programme planning.

Unit I

a.Social Group: Definition, Characteristics, Types of groups-social group and social group
work group; and functions of a group;
b. Group Formation Phases: Forming- Ice breaking games, Storming, Norming,
Performing, Adjourning, Mourning /Grieving, Basic human needs met by groups at different
stages of group development and group goals.
c. Group Process: bond, acceptance, isolation, rejection, sub-group formation, and
newcomers in the group, expectation, withdrawal, behaviour contagion, conflict and control.
Classification of Group Process: Basic, structural, locomotive and molar
d. Group Dynamics-meaning, definition, functions and basic assumptions of group
dynamics.
Unit II

a. Social Group Work: Concepts-Assumptions, purpose, goals, principles, and values of


group work, and historical development of group work; Group work as a methods of Social
work and its relations to other methods of social work;
b. Group Work Process: i. Intake and Study: Selection of members, composing group,
orienting the members, preparing the environment, goal setting, motivation, use of home
visits and collateral contacts. ii. Assessment- preparing for group work, First Meetingsinterviewing, Ground rules for group work meetings, Group roles and responsibilities, Group
meetings, iii. Intervention/Treatment: Problem identification, making them to work, dealing
with difficulties with in the group, Group presentations, Group work evaluation- meaning
and its place in-group work; iv. Evaluation: steps in-group work evaluation and criteria for
good group work and Checklist for group work evaluation, v. Termination- Reaction to
termination and vi. Follow-up.

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Unit III

a. Programme Planning: Meaning and definition of programme, principles and process of


programme planning and the place of agency in programme planning;
b. Programme laboratory- values and techniques: games, singing, dancing, dramatics,
street play, puppetry, group discussions, parties, excursion, psychodrama, socio-drama, role
play, brain storming, camping- planning and conducting camps; Stages of group
development and use of programme for group development: Orientation stage, Working
stage, Termination stage, Programme planning, Implementation and evaluation
c. Group work recording: meaning, purpose, types and principles of group work
recording, Scope, problems and limitations of group work practice in Indian settings; Role of
group worker in various settings.
Unit IV

a. Group Work Supervision: Concepts, need, tasks, types, purpose and functions,
techniques and conditions for good supervision.
b. Leadership in group: Concepts, definition, characteristics, functions, qualities of leader,
types and theories of leadership; training for leadership; Sociometry and Sociogram
c. Group Work for Team building: meaning, purpose, situational leadership in team building
Unit V

Group Work Settings and Practice: Application of group work method in different
settings; community settings, medical and psychiatric settings: hospitals, de-addiction,
physical and visual and mentally challenged, family and child welfare settings and the aged
homes, schools, correctional institutions, industries and skills of group worker.

REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Willey. Gerald Corey (2000) Theory and practice of group counseling,
Wordsworth, London
2.
Douglas Tom (1972) Group Process in Social Work, Chicester, Willey.
3.
Siddiqui, H.Y. (2008) Group Work: Theories and Practice, Rawat, New Delhi, 11
4.
Mark Doel., Essentials of Group Worker., Jessical Kingsley Publishers, 2000
5.
Rameswari Devi & Ravi Prakas., Social Work Methods, Practices and
Perspectives., Mangal Deep Publications., 2000
6.
Misra.P.D., Social Work- Philosophy and Methods., Inter-India Publications., 2000
7.
Gisela Konopka, (1963) Social Group Work: A helping Process, Prentice Hall, New
Delhi Alissi, Albert S(1980), Perspectives on social Group Work Practice, The free press,
NY .

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8.
Conyne K, Robert (1999), Failures of Group Work Practice, Sage, Oaks.
9.
Douglas, Tom (1972) Group Process in Social Work, Chicester, Willey.
10.
Gerald Corey (2000) Theory and practice of group counseling, Wordsworth,
London
11.
Gisela Konopka (1972) Social group work-A helping process, Prentice Hall, Engle
Wood Cliffs
12.
Glassman. Urania, et al., (1990) Group Work: A Humanistic approach, Sag,
Newbury Park,

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK (PG CURRICULUM 2014 ONWARDS)

Semester : 1
Course code : P14MSW104TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

CORE COURSE 4 - COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION AND SOCIAL ACTION


Objectives:

To
To
To
To

understand the different aspects of a community, its functions and problems


understand the critical elements of community organization process
enhance critical understanding of models and strategies for CO
develop attitudes conducive to participatory activities for a civil society

Unit I

Community: Meaning, Types and characteristics, community power structure minority


groups. Community Dynamics: Integrative and disintegrative processes in the community.
Leadership: Definitions, types and qualities; leadership in different types of communities,
Theories of leadership.
Unit II

Community Organization : Concept, definition, objectives, philosophy, approaches and


principles; community organization as method of Social work; community welfare councils
and community chests.
Unit III

Methods of community organization: Planning, education, communication, community


participation, collective decision making, involvement of groups and organizations, resource
mobilization, community action, legislative and non-legislative promotion, co-ordination;
skills in community organization, community organization as an approach to community
development.
Unit IV

Phases of community organization: Study, assessment, discussion, organization, action,


evaluation, modification, continuation; community study; community organization in
emergencies like fire, famine, flood, drought, earthquake and war; community organization
at local, state and national level; community organization in rural urban slum and tribal
areas.

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Unit V

Social Action: Definition, objectives, principles, methods and strategies; social action as a
method of Social Work; Social action and Social reform; Radical Social Work Saul Alinskys
and Paulo Freires methods; Process of Social Action; Scope of social action in India; role of
social workers in community organization and social action and community empowerment.
Role of Media in Social action in the current scenario.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Thudipara, Jacob Z(1993): Urban Community Development, Rawat publ. Jaipur.
2.
Jaindendra Kumar Jha(2000), Social Work and Community Development.,
Institute of Sustainable Development.
3.
Yadav(2000), Encyclopaedia of Social Work and Community Organisation, Anmol
Publications Pvt. Ltd.
4.
Ankit Prasad., Social Welfare and Social Action., Mittal Publications., 2000
5.
Misra.P.D., Social Work- Philosophy and Methods., Inter-India Publications., 2000
6.
Macmillan Wayne : Community organization for social welfare, University of
Chicago press.
7.
Marshall B. Clinard : Slum and Community development, collier, Macmillan Ltd.,
London.
8.
Satten, T.R : Communities and their Development Oxford University Press, 1969.
9.
Cox, Fred M, Enclich : Strategies of community organization (3rd Ed) Itasea III
10.
Douglas, Bilan : Community organization theory and practices Hall, New Jersey,
1983. 12.
11.
Desai, A.R.(Ed) : Peasant struggles in India, Oxford Univ. Press, Madras,1982.
12.
Freire, Paule : Pedagogy of the oppressed; The seabury press, 1973.
13.
Gangrade, K.D. : Community organization in India, Popular Prakasan, Bombay
14.
Murbhy Mov : Social Action, Asia Publishing House, Bombay.
15.
Siddique H.Y, (1984) Social Work and social Action, Harnam, New Delhi
16.
Siddique H.Y (1997) Working with Communities: An Introduction to Community
Work, Hira Pub. New Delhi
17.
Weil, Marie (1996) Community Practice: Conceptual Models, The Haworth Press,
New York

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Semester : I
Course code : P14MSW105FA

Hours :6
Credit :6

CORE COURSE 5 - CONCURRENT FIELD WORK - I

Field Orientation Visits a minimum of 6 visits to different Social Agencies with at


least 2 settings pertaining to each field of specialisation.
Rural Camp for a minimum of 7 days organized by the Social Work students by the
self supporting basis., Group Awareness project.
Group awareness project on social issues / problems Minimum of 15 days to be
allotted for this purpose.
A minimum of two programmes to be organized by the group. Each group
comprising of 3-5 students. One programme rural based. Suggested themes such
as Anti Dowry Campaign, HIV/AIDS Awareness, Gender Sensitization, Alcoholism
and Drug Awareness etc.

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK (PG CURRICULUM 2014 ONWARDS)

Semester : II
Course code : P14MSW206TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

CORE COURSE 6 - SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH AND STATISTICS


Objectives:

To equip learners to utilize, conduct research as service managers to


improve services, evaluate, develop new services, and intervention
methods, strategies, techniques and also, be an active consumer of other
researchers.

Unit I

Social Work Research: Meaning, Concept, Values and Ethics of Research, definition, purpose
of research, Social research and social work research. Steps in research process(Formulation of research Problem, Title, Statement of the Research Problem, Review of
Literature, Objectives, hypotheses, Operational definition and conceptual definition,
Research Design and Sampling, Tools of data collection, Pre-Test, Pilot-study, Data
collection, Data analysis and Report Writing), Limitations of Research and Qualities of
Researcher. Hypothesis: Meaning, Types, Attribution and Theory of Hypotheses
Unit II

Research design and sampling: Research design: Exploratory, Descriptive, Diagnostic,


Experimental and analytical design in research. Sampling: Definition Principles, Types and
procedures; population and universe. Qualitative Research: Meaning and types
(Ethonography, Focus group discussion, Life History (Oral and Narrative) and Content
Analysis).Difference between Qualitative and Quantitative Research-Mixed Method.
Measurement: Meaning, levels of measurement: Nominal ordinal, interval and ratio; validity
and reliability: meaning and types.
Unit III

Sources and methods of data collection: Sources: Primary and Secondary; Research tools:
Observation and survey methods, Interview guide, Interview schedule, questionnaire:
construction of questionnaire/ interview schedule, content, types of questions, question
format and sequence of questions; personals interview and mailed questionnaire:
Advantages and disadvantages - comparison, pre-test and pilot study.

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Unit IV

Preparation of Research Proposal : Financial, time and personnel budgeting; processing; and
analysis coding scheme, code book, transcription, tabulation; diagrammatic representation
of data : Types; Report writing and Referencing involved in Social Research; Ethical
considerations of Social Work Research; limitations of research.
Unit V

Social Statistics: Statistics- Meaning, use and its limitations in Social Work Research,
Measures of Central Tendency: Arithmetic Mean, Median and Mode Dispersion: Range,
Quartile deviation, Standard deviation and co-efficient of variation. Tests of significance: t
test and chi-square test. Correlation: Meaning, types and uses. Karl Pearsons Coefficient of
Correlation and Rank Correlation. Computer Applications: Use and application of computer
in Social Work research.

REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Laldas, D.K (2000) Practice of Social Research, Rawat, Jaipur.
2.
Kothari C.R.( 2000), Research Methodology- Methods and Techniques., New Age
India Publications.,
3.
Anderson, J. Durston H. S & Pooram (1992) Thesis and Assignment Writing;
Wiley Eastern Ltd, New Delhi.
4.
Antony Giddens & Jonathan H Turner ( 1987) Social theory Today, (eds) Polity
press in assn with Basil Blac, Cambridge.
5.
Baper, L.T. (1998) Doing Social Research, McGraw Hill, Singapore.
6.
Bryman, Alan & Duncan Cramer (1990) Qualitative data analysis for Social
Scientists, Rutledge, London.
7.
K Norman & Lincoln, S Yuonna., (1998), Collecting and Interpreting Qualitative
Materials, Sage publications, New Delhi.
8.
Denzin, K Norman & Lincoln, S Yuonna.(2000), Hand book of qualitative
research, Sage publications, Thousand Oaks.
9.
Gupta, S. P (1992) Elementary Statistical methods sultan chand & sons, New
Delhi.
10.
Goode & Hatt (1981) Methods in Social Research, McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
11.
Morgan, David, L., (1996) Focus Group, Annual Review of Sociology.
12.
Nachmias & Nachmias (1981) Research methods in the Social Sciences; St.
Martins press, New York
13.
Ramachandran, P. (1993) Survey Research for Social Work: A Primer, TISS,
Bombay.

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14.
Richard, G.., et al, (2003) Scaling Procedure issues and applications, Sage,
Thousand Oaks.
15.
Rubin & Bobbie (1993) Research Methods for Social Work, Brooks/Cole
publishing Company, California.
16.
Schutt, Russel, K (1995) Investigating Social World, Sage, London. Singleton,
17.
Royce, J.R., et al.(1986) Approaches to Social Research, Oxford University Press,
New Delhi.

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Semester : II
Course code : P14MSW207TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

CORE COURSE 7 - HUMAN GROWTH AND PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT


Objectives:

To introduce the learners to the development of an individual across the


life span.
To provide an understanding on human development and behaviour
besides theoretical inputs.

Unit I

Nature of Psychology: definition, scope of application in various fields; Introduction to


schools of psychology; Relevance of Psychology for social workers.
Unit II

Human growth and development: Pregnancy and child birth - infancy babyhoodchildhood-Adolescent Adulthood Middle age Old age.
Unit III

Learning and Motivation: Nature, definition and types; Theories of Pavlov and skinner;
Remembering and forgetting. Motivation: Concept of instinct: Motives for survival Meaning
and definition; types and characteristics of motives; Hierarchy of motives; conscious and
unconscious motivation. Adjustment: Concepts of adjustment and maladjustment; Stress;
Frustration; Conflict nature and types; Coping Mechanisms: Nature and types; Mental Health
and community Mental health.
Unit IV

Perception and Attitudes: Perception space, depth, auditory and visual Attention Attitude:
Nature of Attitudes, Stereotypes and Prejudices, formation of attitudes and attitude Change.
Personality: Definition and structure; Theories of personality: Trait and type theories;
important concepts of the contributions of Freud, Jung, Adler, Maslow and Ericson: factors
influencing personality Development: Heredity & Environment and Socialization process.

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Unit V

Social Psychology and its applications, Collective behavior: Nature and reasons for Collective
Behaviour, manifestations of collective behaviour. Psychological testing: Personality attitude
and intelligence.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Hurlock E. B.:Developmental psychology,New Delhi,Tata Mcgraw Hill 5th
Ed.1971.
2.
Rajpal Kaur(2000), Adolescent Psychology., Deep & Deep Publications.
3.
Davidoff.L.L. :Introduction to Psychology, Aucklan; McGraw Hill Inc:1881
4.
Morgan, C.T.& King, R.A: Introduction to psychology New York.
5.
Weix; J.R & Schopler J:McGraw Hill;7th Ed.,1986.
6.
George G.Harrap&Co,Ltd.,1961. Anastasi.A: Psychology testing New York:
Mcmillan Revised Edition 1987.
7.
Rayner, Eric: Human Development, Londan; George Allen and Unwin,1978.
8.
Sareswathi T.S,Dutta R:Development psychology in India, Delhi; Sage
publications, 1987.
9.
Kuppusamy B.: An Introduction to social psychology Bombay; Media Promoters
and pub.Pvt.Ltd.,1980.
10.
ICSSR: A survey of research in psychology chapter2,developmental psychology
Bombay; Popular
11.
Prakashan pp.56-79;1972. Newman P.R & Newman B.M.: Living; the process of
Adjustment Illinoils; The Dorsey process;1981

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Semester : II
Course code : P14MSW208TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

CORE COURSE 8 - SOCIAL WELFARE ADMINISTRATION, SOCIAL POLICIES


AND SOCIAL LEGISLATIONS
Objectives:

To acquire knowledge of the basic process of registering, managing and


administrating Welfare Agencies in the context of social work profession.
To acquire skills to participate in management and administrative process and
programme delivery
To develop the ability to see relationship between policy and programmes,
analyse the process as applied in specific settings and specific programmes.
To gain knowledge on policy analysis and policy formulations and to study social
policies, plans, legislations and programmes so as to be able to interpret, enforce
and challenge them

Unit I

Social Welfare Administration: Meaning and definition of Social Welfare Administration


and Social Work administration; Purpose, historical development. principles, functions and
areas(Policy making, planning, personnel, supervision, office administration, budgeting,
finance, fund raising, accounting, auditing, purchase and stock keeping, record
maintenance, co-ordination, public relation, monitoring and evaluation, research, annual
report);Social Welfare Administration at national, state and local levels; CSWB(Central Social
Welfare Board),State Social Welfare Board, Directorate of Social Welfare and Handicapped
Welfare.
Unit II

Social Welfare Programme and Agencies: Evaluation of Social Welfare in India;


Voluntary Social Work, Social Agencies: Meaning, definition, type and models of NGOs;
Roles of NGOs in National Development. Governmental Schemes on Social Welfare; Agency
registration: Methods, advantages, preparation of byelaws, memorandum of association,
rules, regulation and registration procedures; Registration of Societies and Trusts:
Governing Board, committees. Executives; Qualities, functions and role.

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Unit III

Social Policy: Definition, need, evolution and constitutional base; Sources and instrument
of social policy, policies regarding other backward castes (OBCs), Scheduled Cases (SCs),
Scheduled Tribes (STs) and Denotified Communities. Policies and programmes for women,
Children, aged and handicapped, development and implementation of programmes for
weaker sections.
Unit IV

Social Planning and Social Development: Social planning and community planning,
Need and importance. Planning machineries at the state & National levels; Five year plans
Social development: Concept and indicators for social change and social development in
India.
Unit V

Social Legislation: Definition, its roles as an instrument of social change, constitutional


basis for social legislation: Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of state Policy;
Hindu, Muslim and Christian personal laws relating to Marriage, Divorce. Minority and
Guardianship, Adoption, Succession and Inheritance; Legislation relating to social problems
such as during prostitution, Juvenile delinquency, child labour, untouchables, physical and
mental disabilities.
Note: Emphasis must be given to the Salient features and effects of the various social
legislations mentioned in the unit.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Choudry, Paul (1979), Social Welfare Administration, Atma Ram & Sons, Delhi.
2.
Gangrade, K.D Social legislation in India Vol.I&II ,New Delhi: Concept publishing
Company, 2011
3.
Shunmugavelayutham K. Social Legislations and Social Change, Valga Valamudan
pub, Chennai, 1998
4.
S L Goel & R K Jain; Social Welfare Administration (Vol. I & II); Deep & Deep
Publications; 2000
5.
Bose, A.B. Social Welfare Planning in India, U.N. pub, Bangkok
6.
Choudry Paul, 1979 Hand book on social welfare in India, Sterling Pub, New
Delhi,
7.
Dennison.D & Chepman, Valeries Social policy and Administration, George A and
Unwin, London.
8.
Dubey S.N. Administration of social welfare programmes in India, Somaiya pub,
Bombay.
9.
Dubey S.N. & Murdia Administration of policy and programmes for Backward
classess in India, Somaiya pub, Bombay.
10.
Jagadeesan.P. Marriage and Social legislations in Tamil Nadu, Elachiapen Pub,
Chennai, 1990.

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Semester : II
Course code : P14MSW209FA

Hours :6
Credit :6

CORE COURSE 9 - CONCURRENT FIELD WORK - II

1. Concurrent field work - Agency placement in generic setting of practice such as


Schools/Old Age homes/Counseling, Centres/Rehabilitation Settings etc.
2. The placement will be for a minimum duration of 30 Field Work days for 2-3 days per
week/semester.
3. Importance to be given for the practice of Social Work methods. Each student is expected
to conduct case work with a minimum of 3 clients, group work with atleast two groups and
organise one community based programme.

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Semester : II
Course code : P14LSW201TA

Hours :6
Credit:6

ELECTIVE 1/1 - PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF COUNSELING


Objectives:

To develop a holistic understanding of counselling as a tool for help


To acquire knowledge of various approaches, their theoretical under-pinning for
goals, values, process and techniques
To develop skills of application to real life situations
To develop ability to use the tools/scales in various settings

Unit I

Introduction to Counselling: Meaning, Definition, Need and importance of counselling and


professional counselling. Basic principles of Counselling : Participation, Individualization,
Confidentiality, communication, acceptance, self confidence, self awareness and other
principles governing the counselling relationship.
Unit II

Theories of counseling: Psychoanalytic, Adlerian, Client centred, Behavioural, Rational


emotive, Reality, Gestalt, Transactional analysis and eclectic Theories.
Unit III

Counselling process, Interview and it significance in counselling Use of observation in


counselling and understanding of emotions in counselling.
Unit IV

Types of counselling Individual and group Counseling, Family Counselling, Marital


Counselling, Student Counseling, Industrial Counselling, suicide prevention, HIV/AIDS pre
and post test counseling. Techniques of group counselling, strategies and structure
barriers to effective counselling sessions; counselling evaluation.

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Unit V

a. Components of effective counselling: Personality of the counsellors skills Role and


functions of the counsellors in schools, industries, family, hospital and rehabilitation
institution.
b. Application of test (only for practice not for Examination) The following standardized
tests must be practiced in counselling settings. personality, intelligence, interpersonal
relations, stress, anger, self esteem, anxiety, assertiveness, depression, adjustment, mental
health and family intensive.

REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Hansen, James C, 2000, Counselling Theory and Process; Allyn and Bacon Inc.
2.
Helen And Carroll, 2000, Introduction to the Counselling Profession; New Delhi
Prentice Hall of India;
3.
Mcheod, John, 2000: Counselling Skill, Rawat Publications, New Delhi
4.
Colin Fertham, 1999, Controversis in psycho therapy and counselling, Sage
publications, New Delhi.
5.
Kathryn Geldard & David Geldard, 1997, Counselling Children, A practical
Introduction, Sage publication, New Delhi.
6.
Nayak, A.K, 2000 Guidance and Counselling, APA Publishing Corporation, New
Delhi,
7.
Shrivastava, 2000 K, Principles of Guidance and Counselling, Kanishka Pub., New
Delhi,
8.
Fullmer, D.W. & Bernard H.W. : Counselling content and process
9.
Harms E & Schreiber : Handbook of counselling Tecniques
10.
Kennedt. E : On becoming a counsellor A basic Guides for non-professional
counsellors, Macmillan, New Delhi.
11.
E.B. Harlock and Robert, Development theories of Psychological theory(Eric
Erickson, Need Hierarchy (Maslows) Cognitive theory (Jean piaget)

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Semester : II
Course code : P14LSW202TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

ELECTIVE 1 /2 - CHILDREN IN DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES


Objectives:

To understand the situations causing vulnerability among children.


To develop right based perspective for addressing issues of vulnerability among
children.
To understand and appreciate various government and nongovernment efforts.

Unit I

Vulnerability and Situational Analysis of Vulnerable Children

Concept of vulnerability

Situations contributing to the vulnerability of children familial, societal, economical

Vulnerability induced due to developmental and global factors, disasters, war and
conflicts, trafficking of children
Unit II

Rights of the Child, International and National Initiatives

United Nations Convention on Rights of Children salient features

National Commission for protection of child rights, State Commission for protection of
child rights, their role and functions

The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000


Unit III

Children In Need Of Care and Protection Magnitude, Profile and Problems

Destitute and orphan children, working and street children, the girl child, Children of
sex workers, children of alcoholics and substance abusers, children affected by HIV/AIDS,
children of HIV infected parents.

Child Abuse

Children with special needs/ Disabled children

Child Sex Workers

Juvenile Delinquents.

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Unit IV

Interventions Approaches Preventive, Promotive, Curative


Institutional Services
Residential homes for children shelter homes, children homes, observation homes, special
homes, after care homes, homes for special children, SOS Villages

Role of care givers

Issues of residential care


Unit V

Non Institutional Services for Children


Sponsorship programmes, day care/ night shelters, Foster care, Adoption.
Right based approaches to work with children

The Juvenile Justice ( Care and Protection of Children ) Act, 2000,

Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation ) Act, 1986

Immoral Traffic Prevention Act 1986,

The Persons with Disabilities( Equal opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full
Participation), Act, 1995

Prenatal Diagnostic and Prevention Act.

Child Line
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Adenwalla Maharukh, CHILD Protection and Juvenile Justice System for children
in conflict with law, Childline India Foundation, Mumbai, 2008
2.
Ahuja Ram, Social Problems in India Juvenile Delinquency , Ch.4., Rawat
Publication, Jaipur, 1997
3.
Agarwal, K. G.and Panchal, T. K., Inner World of Handicapped: A Study of
Problems of the Disabled, Khanna Publisher, New Delhi, 1993
4.
Anderson, D, Social Work and the Mentally Handicapped, Macmillan and
Company, London, 1993
5.
Bajpai Asha, Child Rights in India: law policy and practice, Oxford University
Press, New Delhi, 2003
6.
Chandra, K. and Devi, P. G., Handbook of Psychology for the Disabled and
Handicapped, Anmol Prakashan, New Delhi, 1994
7.
Child Labour (Prevention and Regulation ) Act, 1986,
8.
Gupta M. C., Child Victims of Crime: Problems and Perspectives, Gyan Publishing
house, 2001
9.
Gandhi, B. M., Indian Penal Code (relevant sections), Eastern Book Company,
Delhi, 1996.

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Semester : II
Course code : P14LSW203TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

ELECTIVE 1/3 - DISPLACEMENT AND REHABILITATION STUDIES


Objectives:
To give a global view on the displacement.
To make students understand that displacement is an important phenomenon in
the current socio-political and economic contexts.
To expose the students on the practical aspects in dealing with displaced people.
Unit I

Introduction to Displacement: definition of terms Displaced, Refugee, Migrant, Internally


displaced people. Types, causes and historical background of displacement.
Disaster and displacement: Types of Disaster, causes, measuring the magnitudes of
disaster.
Unit II

Conflict and displacement: Types of conflict, causes of conflict based displacement,


Refugees, IDP. World scenario of displacement and its Contributing factors.
Unit III

Issues in displacement: Women, Children and other marginalized communities.


(Unaccompanied children and trafficking of women) Survival strategies, livelihood, housing,
health and nutrition, trauma, vulnerability factors and resilience.
Unit IV

Interventions: Conducting assessments, organizing emergency relief, monitoring and


evaluation. Do no harm approaches to rescue, relief, rehabilitation, reconstruction (Planning
and executing a comprehensive package for long term rehabilitation) Trauma awareness
and recovery. Repatriation, resettlement and integration. Early warning systems.
Unit V

Case studies: Displacement of fishermen and slum dwellers in Tamil Nadu, Narmada
displacement, Gujarat earthquake, Orissa Super Cyclone. Tsunami Asia, Genocide, and
current trends.

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REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Amar Assam, 2000 Reports on Relief Camps, March 15 and April 5, 2000,
Guwahati
2.
Asian Development Bank,1998 Handbook on Resettlement: A Guide to Good
Practice. Asian Development Bank, Philippines.
3.
Gumber, A, 1997 Displacement By Development, Spellbound Publications Private
Limited, Rohtak
4.
Hussein, Monirul, 2000 State, Identity Movements and Internal Displacement in
the North-East , Economic and Political Weekly December 16, 2000
5.
Mahapatra,1999 Resettlement, Impoverishment and Reconstruction in India:
Development for
6.
the Deprived. Viksa Publishing House, New Delhi.
7.
Parasuraman, S.,1999 Development Dilemma: Displacement in India, MacMillan
Press Limited, London.
8.
Parasuraman,S. & Unnikrishnan,P.V. Eds.,2000 Indian Disasters Report: Towards
a Policy Initiative, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
9.
Sangvai, Sanjay, 2002 Narmada Displacement: Continuing Outrage, Economic
and Political Weekly, June 01,2002
10.
Singh, R.B., 2002 Disaster Management, Rawat Publications, Jaipur.
11.
United Nations,1999 Handbook for Applying the Guiding Principles on Internal
Displacement, The Brooking Institution Project on Internal Displacement, Washington,
DC.

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Semester : 3
Course code : P14M1W310TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - SPECIALISATION PAPER: I


CORE COURSE 10 A- RURAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Objectives:

To enable students to understand about the rural realities.


To develop sensitivity and commitment for working with rural communities.
To provide knowledge on the government and voluntary efforts towards rural
community development.
To equip students with specific skills and techniques of working with rural
communities

Unit I

a. Rural Community: meaning, characteristics; Types of villages; Scope of studying the rural
community and its relation to social work.
b. Rural social structure and constraints to rural development;
c. Rural Problems: Poverty, Illiteracy, Unemployment, Problems related to agriculture (land
holding, productivity, marketing) and Community Health.
d. Approaches to rural community development: Tagore, Gandhi and C. Subramanian.
Unit II

a. Community Development: Meaning, Objectives, Scope, Principles, process and


methods. Earlier experiments in rural development - Sriniketan experiment, Gurgaon
experiment, Marthandam experiment, Baroda experiment, Firkha development scheme,
Etawa pilot project, Nilokheri experiment and Gandhian Constructive Programmes. Peoples
participation in Sustainable development. National Extension Services and various phases of
CD.
b. Community participation: meaning, elements, principles and obstacles in community
participation. Participatory Communication Concept and methods, use of communication
for community participation and Participatory Communication for Rural Development

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Unit III

a. Rural Development Administration: Structure at Central, State, District and block


levels administrations.
b. Panchayat Raj Institutions (PRI): Origin & Evolution; Philosophy, New Panchayat Raj
System. 73rd amendment and its Salient features. Structure of PRIs; Powers of Gram sabha,
Features of Tamil Nadu Panchayat Act 1994, Constitution of Village Panchayats, Panchayat
Union and District Panchayat; Elections to PRIs, Reservation for Women, SC/STs,
Administration of PRIs, Functions and Powers of PRIs; Taxes and Levies: Assigned and
Shared revenues. Grants: Government of India Finance commission, State Finance
Commission, Development grants under various schemes; Powers of PRIs in implementation
of RCD programmes.
Unit IV

a. Cooperatives and rural development: meaning, principles, objectives, functions,


structure and performance of rural credit and non-credit cooperatives; Registration
procedures of cooperative societies.
b. Agriculture and Rural development: Share of agriculture in the national income,
agriculture as a source of livelihood, employment, raw materials, capital for development
and manpower. Satellite Instructional Television Experiments (SITE): Aims and objectives.
c. Education and Rural Development: Problems of Universalisation of primary
education; Adult Education-meaning, history, strategies and programmes, Farmers training
and functional literacy and non-formal education; National Literacy Mission.

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Unit V

Rural Development Programmes:


a.
Rural development Agencies: Council for Advancement of People's action and
Rural Technology (CAPART), National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), National Bank
for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), Regional Rural Banks (RRB), District
Rural Development Agency (DRDA). Statistics related to rural development; Training of PRI
functionaries
b.
Area based- Drought Prone Area Programme (DADP), Hill Area Development
Programme (HADP), Tribal Area Development Programme (TADP), Command Area
Development Programme (CADP), Wasteland Development Programme, Desert
Development Programme (DDP), Watershed Development Programme, Intensive Agriculture
Area Programme (IAAP) and High Yield Variety Programme (Green Revolution Blue White
and Yellow Revolution), MPs area development programme; MLA's area development
programme; etc
c.
Target based programmes: IRDP, TRYSEM, NREP, RLEGP, JR, Indira Awaas
Yozana, Swarna Jayanthi Grama Swarajgar Yojana (SJGSY), Employment Assurance
Scheme, New Life, etc; Employment Guaranty Legislation its salient features.
d.
Welfare programmes: Minimum Needs Programme, Noon Meal Scheme Development of Women and Children in Rural Areas (DWCRA) - Integrated Child
Development Scheme (ICDS), Tamil Nadu Integrated Nutrition Programme (TNINP),
Antyodaya programme, Annapoorana scheme, Programme of Rural Health and Total
sanitation; Five year Plans and strategies for Rural Development and Role of Social Workers.
Concept of Provision of Urban Infrastructure in Rural Areas (PURA). Role of voluntary
organisation in rural community development - Problems and limitations.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Goel, Shalini and Rajneesh, 2000, Panchayati Raj in India- Theory and Practice.,
deep and Deep Publications.
2.
Subhakantha, Mohapatra, 2000, Planning for Integrated Area Development.,
Rajat Publications.
3.
Sateesh Reddy, 2000, Multi-faced Rural Development., Dominant Publishers and
Distributors.
4.
Chandrasekhar.Y.K, 2011, Rural Development Administration in India., Mohit
Books International.
5.
Shankar Rao, 2000, Sociology., S.Chand & Company, New Delhi., 6th Edition.
6.
Sage. Jain S.C (1966) Community Development and Panchayat Raj in India, New
Delhi: Himalaya Publishing House.
7.
Laxmidevi (1997) Planning for Employment and Rural Development, New Delhi:
Anmol.
8.
Maheswari.S (1985) Rural Development in India - A Public Policy Approach, New
Delhi: Sage
9.
Ch Bala Ramulu., Technology and Rural Development., Rawat Publications., 2000

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Semester : 3
Course code : P14M1W311TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISATION PAPER: II


CORE COURSE 11 -. A TRIBAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Objectives:

To enable students to understand the unique nature of tribal culture


To develop sensitivity and commitment for working with tribal community
To provide knowledge on the government and voluntary efforts towards tribal
development
To equip students with specific skills and techniques of working with tribal
Communities.

Unit I

Tribes: Definition, concept, characteristics of the tribal community; nomadic and de- notified
tribes; History of Indian Tribes and tribes in Tamil Nadu; Regional distribution of tribes and
Nehrus Panchsheel Principles of tribes.
Unit II

Life Style of Tribes: Socio economic conditions; Cultural and religious aspects: dress, food &
marriage-polygamy, polyandry, Dormitory marriage; status of women; Status of Children;
Tribal leadership and Political Participation -Local, State, and National levels.
Unit III

Problems of Tribes: Child Marriage, Poverty, Ill-health, Illiteracy, Sexually Transmitted


Diseases and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Exploitation and atrocities on tribes;
Immigration and its related problems. Lack of infrastructure facilities and amenities; Tribal
Resettlement and Rehabilitation and its related problems. Tribal Movements and Tribal
Revolt: Naxalpari movement.
Unit IV

Tribal Development Administration: Administrative structure at Central, State and District


levels; Hill Development Councils; Functions of Tribal Development Blocks/Agencies;
Constitutional provisions for the protection of tribes; Research and Training in Tribal
Development. Role of Voluntary Agencies in Tribal Development.

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Unit V

Tribal Development Programmes: Tribal Development Policies, Tribal Area Development


Programme; Hill Area Development Programmes; Tribal Sub-Plans, Forest land cultivation,
Need and Importance of social work practice in Tribal areas, Application of social work
methods in tribal development, Problems in implementation of tribal development
programmes.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Narendra Mohan.k., Rural and Tribal Communities In India., New Delhi, Centum
Press., 2011
2.
Sunil kumar., Tribal and Indian Society., New Delhi ABD Publishers., 2011
3.
Suresh K Sharma., Tribes Through the Ages., Delhi, Vista Inernational Publishing
House., 2000
4.
Naidu P R., Tribal Development in India., Adhyayan Publishers and Distributors.,
2000
5.
Chaturbhuj Sahu., Approaches of Tribal Development., Adhyayan Publishers and
Distributors., 2000
6.
Vidyut Joshi., Tribal Situation in India- Issues in Development., Rawat
Publications., 2000
7.
Devendra Thakur (1994) Tribal life in India (Ten Vols), Deep & Deep Pub., New
Delhi.
8.
Rajeeva (1988)An Introduction to the Tribal Development in India, International,
Dehradun.
9.
Ramana Rao, D.V.V (1992) Tribal Development, Discovery Pub, New Delhi,.
10.
Babuji, M. (1993) Tribal Development Administration, Kanishka Pub., New Delhi.
11.
Sing & Vyas (1989) Tribal Development, Himanshu, New Delhi.

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Semester : III
Course code : P14M2W310TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

MEDICAL AND PSYCHIATRIC SPECIALISATION PAPER: I


CORE COURSE 10 - COMMUNITY HEALTH

Objectives:

To enable students to understand the nature of health


To develop sensitivity and commitment for working on community health
To provide knowledge on the government efforts for health development

Unit I

Concepts of Health, public health, comprehensive health care factors influencing health,
causation and transmission of diseases- health indicators vital health statistics.
Unit II

Symptoms, etiology, transmission, prevention and treatment:


Major communicable diseases - leprosy, TB, STD, HIV, Polio, Malaria, Cholera and Typhoid.
Non communicable diseases: Cancer, Diabetes, Heart disease and Asthma. Nutritional
Disorders
Unit III

Health care delivery system at the National, state levels and primary health centre; Salient
features of legislations related to health; MTP Act Disabilities Act Mental Health Act
E.S.I. Act.
Unit IV

School Health services- Women health problems - Pediatric health problems: Low birth
weight, PEM, Diarhorreal disease and Immunization Geriatric health problems Family
planning: meaning types and programme.
Unit V

Health education meaning and importance : Principles of health education; Health work in
the community; Assessing community health needs, mobilizing core groups and community
participation Techniques and strategies for various community groups for community
health programmes.

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REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Park J.R. & Park. K. : Textbook of preventive and social medicine, Jabalpur, M/S
Banarshidas, 1983
2.
Kumar R : Social and preventive health administration, Asia publishing House,
New Delhi- 1992
3.
Goel S.L. : Public health Administration, Sterling, Delhi, 1984.
4.
WHO : Social Dimensions of Mental Health, Geneva, WHO publications, 1984
5.
Yash paul Bedi : Hygiene and public health.

Semester :III
Course code : P14M2W311TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

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MEDICAL AND PSYCHIATRIC SPECIALISATION PAPER: II


CORE COURSE 11 B - MEDICAL SOCIAL WORK
Objectives:

To enable students to understand the social work in Medical setting


To provide knowledge on Impairment, Disability and Handicap
To equip students with specific skills and techniques of working in Medical
setting

Unit I

Medical Social Work: Definition, concept, objectives, its nature, need and scope; the roles
and functions of a Medical Social Worker; Historical development in India and abroad;
Medical Sociology and its relevance to Medical Social Work practice. Practice of Social Work
methods in hospital settings: Their need and Importance in working with patients and
families: Scope and limitations of practice.
Unit II

Psychological, social and economic implications of illness and disability on the patient and
his family. Concepts of patient as a person, patient as a whole, the psychosomatic
approach. Multidisciplinary team work: Need, importance and principles; Role of Social
Worker as a member of the team.
Unit III

The hospital as a formal organisation, goals, structure, and functions, departments,


administrative procedures, Implications of hospitalization for the patient and his family.
Medical Social Work Department: Staffing, organisation and functions; Extension services;
Public Relations.

Unit IV

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Impairment, Disability and Handicap: Causes, types and classification of Physical handicaps:
Orthopedic disability, Visual handicap, aural impairment and speech disability; psychosocial
problems and implications for each specific handicap and role of the Medical Social Worker
in intervention; Physical medicine, Physiotherapy and Occupational therapy: Objectives and
types. Rehabilitation: Definition, concept, principles and process; Role of the Medical Social
Worker in rehabilitation planning, resource mobilisation and follow-up.
Unit V

Specific needs and problems of patients and their families; Need for assistance and role of
the medical social worker in the following settings: Outpatient unit, Intensive care unit,
Pediatric ward, Maternity ward, Abortion clinic, Family planning centre, STD clinic, HIV clinic,
Orthopedic department, Cardiology department, Blood bank, TB Sanatorium and Cancer
hospitals, Training of the volunteers to work with the chronically ill in the community,
Special focus on Rural/Tribal Areas.

REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Shubathra Chaturvedi; Psychological Make Up of Visually Impaired Children;
Rajat Publications; 2000
2.
Lokanadha, Sujatha Malini; Mental Retardation Education and Rehabitation
Services; Discovery Publishing House; 2000
3.
Anderson R. & Bury M. (eds) (1988), Living with chronic illness the experience
of patients and their families, Unwin Hyman, London.
4.
Bajpai P.K. (ed.) (1997), Social Work Perspectives in Health, Rawat Publications,
Delhi.
5.
Barlett H.M. (1961), Social Work Practice in the health field; National association
of social workers, New York.
6.
Crowley M.F., (1967), A New look at nutrition; Pitman Medical Publishing Co.,
Ltd., London.
7.
Field M., (1963), Patients are people A Medical Social Approach to Prolonged
illness; Columbia University Press, New York.
8.
Golstein D., (1955), Expanding horizons in medical social work, The University of
Chicago Press, Chicago.
9.
Pokarno K.L., (1996), Social Beliefs, Cultural Practices in Health and diseases;
Rawat Publications, Delhi.

Semester : 3
Course code : P14M3W310TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SPECIALISATION PAPER: I


CORE COURSE 10 C - HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVE:


To familiarize students with concepts of HRM

To enable the students to understand scenario of HRM in India

Unit I

Human Resource Management: Definition, Nature, Characteristics, Scope and Evolution.


Human Resource Manager: Duties, Responsibilities and Qualities of and Challenges for 21st
century. Human Resource Policy: Formulation and Implementation.
Unit II

Human Resource Functions: Human Resource Planning, Recruitment, Selection, Induction


and Placement, Promotion, Transfer, Job analysis, Training and Development, Performance
Appraisal and 360* Appraisal; Discipline and Disciplinary Procedure, Grievance Redressal
Procedure, Personnel Records and Personnel Research, , HR Audit
Unit III

Wage and Salary Administration: Job evaluation: Definition, objectives, methods,


advantages and limitation; Theories of wages: concepts of wages, wage and salary
administration, process of wage determination, wage structure and principles; wage
differentials financial and non-financial incentives.
Unit IV

Human Resources Development: Meaning, components, Pre requisites for successful HRD
Programmes. HRD Trends: Job rotation, Job enlargement, Job enrichment. Quality of work
life, Total Quality Management (TQM), Management Information System (MIS): Meaning
and Importance; ISO 9000 Series.

Unit V

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Career Planning and Performance Counseling: Meaning and Steps involved; Career
Development: Steps Importance and Problems, Succession Planning; Performance
Counselling: Conditions for effective counseling, process involved.

REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Agarwal, R.D., (Ed) Dynamics of personnel management in India, Tata-McGraw
Hill publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi.
2.
Davar, R.S., 1977: Personnel management and Industrial relations, Vikas
publishing House, New Delhi, (reprint)
3.
Monappa, A., and Saiyadain, M.S., 1979, Personnel management, Tata
Mcgraw Hill Publishing Co., New Delhi,.
4.
Bhatia, Nirmal Singh., 2000, Principles and Techniques of Personnel
Management., Deep and Deep Publications.
5.
Meena Mohiadeen, 2000, Personnel and Human Resource Management., ABD
Publishers.,
6.
Dr. C.B. Gupta, Human Resource Management, Sultan Chand & Sons
7.
K.Aswathappa, Human Resources & Personnel Management, Tata McGraw Hill
publishing Co. Ltd.
8.
Mamoria , C.B, 1991: Personal management : Management of Human Resource,
Mumbai, Himalaya Publishing House.
9.
Cardy Robert Performance Management : Concepts and skills and Exercises.
10.
Subba Rao, Personnel & Human Resource Management, Himalaya Publishing
House

Semester : 3

Hours :6

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Course code : P14M3W311TA

Credit :6

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SPECIALISATION PAPER: II


CORE COURSE 11 C - INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
OBJECTIVE:

To familiarize students with concepts of Industrial relations and current industrial


relations scenario in India

Unit I

Industrial Relations: Definition, meaning of industrial relations, characteristics of a good


industrial relations system - changing profile of industrial workers Labour in constitution
Administration of Labour Department. Various Forms and procedures related to Industrial
Relations.
Unit II

ILO History, aims, objectives, structure and functions, social security measures,
achievements, influence of ILO on Indian Industrial relations - Labour Welfare practices in
India.
Unit III

Trade unionism History, objectives, problems faced, recognition Trade Union Movement
in India Employer Federation, Collective Bargaining: Methods, issues, problem and
settlement.
Unit IV

Industrial Conflict: Standing orders, industrial disputes, settlement machineries, Industrial


peace and harmony, industrial conflict types, causes, consequences, grievance, discipline,
domestic enquiry recent trends.
Unit V

Industrial democracy workers participation: Objectives schemes, methods participation


schemes in Industries in India - quality circles Quality of work life.

REFERENCE BOOK(S):

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1.
Arun Monappa, Industrial Relations, S.Chand Co., 1989.
2.
Srivastava; 2002, Industrial Relations and Labour Laws (2nd), Vikas Publishing
house Pvt. Ltd.
3.
Vijay Ashdir, Management of Industrial Relations (2nd ) Kalyani Publishers,
2003.
4.
Kesar singh Bhangoo, Dynamics of Industrial Relations, Deep Publications, 2004.
5.
Sharma A.M., Industrial Relations and conceptual, legal frame work, Himalaya
Publishing House, Bombay, 1989.
6.
Srivastava; Industrial Relations and Labour Laws (2nd); Vikas Publishing house
Pvt. Ltd.,2002
7.
Charles A. Myers Industrial Relation in India Indian Asia Publishing House 1975
8.
Kumar CB Development of Industrial Relations in India Himalayan Publishing
house, 1983
9.
Momoria C.B.: Dynamics of Industrial Relations, Himalaya pub, house 1983
10.
Sharma AM Industrial Relation and Conceptual, legal frame work Himalaya
Publicating 1989

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Semester : 3
Course code : P14MSW312FA

Hours :6
Credit :6

CORE COURSE 12 - CONCURRENT FIELD WORK - III

General Guidelines for Community Development social work students


1. Exposure to DRDA/ Panchayat Union and Panchayat administration
2. Orientation to community based surveys/PRA and mini project
3. Organise atleast two need based community programmes
4. Practice of Social Work methods in Community Settings (Rural/Tribal areas)
5. Knowledge of CD programmes.
General Guidelines for Medical and Psychiatric Social Work Students
1. Practice of Social Case Work with atleast 5 clients
2. Practice of Social Group Work with atleast 2 groups
3. 1 mini Research Project
4. 1 Community based programme.
General Guidelines for HRM Students
1. Exposure to welfare measures and programmes in industries.
2. Orientation to IR activities/Trade Union
3. Understanding of Organisation profile/ Organisational Culture
4. Knowledge of labour legislations.

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Semester : 3
Course code : P14LSW304TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

ELECTIVE 2/1 - PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVES:
To familiarize students with concepts of management
To enable the students to understand uses of management in social setting
Unit I

Management-Definitions-Nature-Objectives distinction Between Management and


Administration-Management as an Art or Science-Management as a Profession-Levels of
Management Functions of Management Scope Role of Manager-contribution to
Management by Hendry Fayol and F.W.Taylor
Unit II

Planning Importance Objectives - Steps for Effective planning - Planning Process Kinds
Limitations Elements of Planning - Decision Making
Unit III

Organising - theories of Organisation - Delegation of authority - Kinds of Organisation Centralisation Decentralisation - Departmentation
Unit IV

Staffing Responsibility - Selection Process Tests Interviews Training Directing Principles - Process of Directing
Unit V

Coordinating Controlling - Need and Importance - Characteristics of an ideal control


system - Steps - Control Techniques - Budgetary Control - Reporting to Management.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
R.K.sharma & Shashi K.Gupta, Management Concept, Kalyani Publications.
2.
J.S. Chandan, Management-concept and strategies, Vikas Publishing House
3.
Tripathi, P.C. & Reddy, P.N. (1991) Principles of Management. McGraw Hill Co.
New Delhi
4.
L.M.Prasad, Principles of Management, Sultan and Chand Publications

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5.

J.Jayasankar, Principles of Management, Margham Publications

Semester : 3
Course code : P14LSW305TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

ELECTIVE 2/2 - MANAGEMENT OF NON-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS


Objectives:
To expose the students to management principles
To develop in students an understanding of organisational behaviour
To enable students to grasp the concepts of Human Resource Management
To help students apply the above principles and concepts to the NPO sector
Unit I

Management Principles Development of Management thought & discipline - Strategic


Planning.
Introduction to Organisational Behaviour - Organisation system, structure, delegation of
authority, responsibility and accountability, Organisational Communication, Management
Information Systems
Unit II

Dynamics of Organisational Behaviour


Motivation : various theories - Leadership, Supervision, Recruitment & Selection
Appraisals and Performance Management - Volunteer Management - Management of
attrition
Unit III

Nature and Scope of management - Evolution of management theories Planning Organization and Control - Values, attitude and career management NGOs Problems,
implications and Future.
Unit IV

Fundamentals of Accounting - Cashbook - Rectification of errors - Bank reconciliation


statement - Capital and revenue expenditure - Income and expenditure account - Financial
statements - Financial reporting Tally - Working with Tally

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Unit V

PHILANTHROPY Dimensions, achievements, limitations, sources of funding in India, legal


and regulatory environment, tax rebate for donors, vision for philanthropy in fund raising.
Communication in fund raising Campaign, Direct mail, Donor management. Corporate
fund raising-Event management - Internet fund raising - Networking and lobbying.
Skills Lab Will be organized for the following topics
Budgeting
Proposal writing
Event Management
Fund Raising
Evaluating Social Impact & Financial sustainability of projects

REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Koontz, Harold. (2004). 1st Edition. Principles of Management. Tata McGraw Hill.
2.
Luthans, Fred. (2005). Organisational Behaviour. McGrawHill. N. Delhi.
3.
Tripathi, P.C. & Reddy, P.N. (1991) Principles of Management. McGraw Hill Co.
New Delhi
4.
S L Goel, R K Jain , Social Welfare Administration - Theory & practice( Vol-I )

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Semester : 3
Course code : P14LSW306TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

ELECTIVE 2/3 - SOCIAL WORK IN INFORMAL SECTOR


Objectives:
To developing an understanding about labour issues in the informal sector.
To enable students to look at linkages related to caste, class and gender in the
informal sector.
Developing a critical perspective about legal measures and social security
measures concerned with labour in the informal sector.
Unit I

Informal sector: Concepts, Magnitude, Historical evolution and sectoral contribution to


Indian economy. Regional and sectoral Profile of the work force ( Rural /Urban).
Employment and Wage pattern in: Small scale Industry, home based industry, Construction
industry, Solid waste management Industry, Agriculture, Mines, quarries , sand Dredging,
Fishing Industry and Salt pans,.
Unit II

Caste, gender, age, Religion, Bondage (feudal relations) in the informal sector
1. Types of occupation
2. Problems of different sections
3. Skills components Migration cause, types.
Unit III

An overview of Trade Unions, NGOs and cooperatives.


1. The profile of trade unions active in informal sector.
2. NGO contribution in informal sector
3. Cooperatives movement and informal sector
Unit IV

Measures / Remedial measures: Social Security for the informal sector labour The social
security bill ( 2008 ), Legislative measures The labour related Acts, Non legislative
measures self help groups, Microfinance, poverty alleviation programmes like NREGA.

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Unit V

Informal sector in the international context: Impact of globalization and the growth of
informal sector
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Decent work and the informal economy, Report VI,2002 International Labour
Offiice, Geneva. Sarath Davala, 1994, Unprotected Labor In India
2.
Dutt. R & Sundharam Indian Economy (2006 edition).S. Chand & Co, New Delhi.
3.
Report of the national commission on labour ( 2002 1991 1967 ), Economic
Indian Informal Services, 2003
4.
Renana Jhabvala , RKA Subramanya The Unorganised Sector, work security and
Social protection
5.
Fisher..T, Shriram M.S.(2003) Beyond Microcredit putting development back
into microfinance, Vistaar Publications, New Delhi
6.
Agarwal.. A. N (2001 ) Indian economy problems of development and planning,
Vishwas Prakashan, Mumbai.
7.
Martha Chen, Renana Jhabvala, Fraces Lund, 2002, Working paper on the
informal economy supporting workers in the informal economy, a policy framework, (
employment sector, International Labor Organisation

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Semester : 3
Course code : P14LSW307TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

ELECTIVE 3/1 - FAMILY AND MARITAL COUNSELING


Objectives:
To develop a holistic understanding of family as an institution
To acquire knowledge of various approaches, their theoretical under-pinning for
goals, values, process and techniques
To develop skills of application to real life situations
To develop ability to use the tools/scales in various settings
Unit I

Marriage and family: aims and types of marriage. Factors contributing to marital conflicts.
Unit II

Family as system, family development tasks. Changing pattern of family in India. Family Life
Cycle. Communication in family: Importance, patterns of communications, factors affecting
communications in families.
Unit III

Understanding Dysfunctional family: Factors contributing to dysfunctional family, broken


family and single parent family. The impact of broken family on children.
Unit IV

Theoretical foundations for counseling: Cognitive Developmental cognitive behavioral,


Humanistic Theories, Existential counseling, Adlerian Systems theory, Post modern theories.
Unit V

Counseling: Definition, Family counseling; Marital Therapy; Pre-marital Counseling;


approaches to marital Therapy.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Mangal S K, 2000, General Psychology., Sterling Publishers.
2.
Shankar Rao; 2000, Introduction to Sociology; S.Chand & Company, New Delhi.,
6th Edition.
3.
Krishna Kant Singh., 2000, Social Work and Family Intervention., ABD Publishers.

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4.
Kapadia, K.N. Marriage and family in India; Oxford University Press, Delhi.
5.
Lakshmi; 2000, Encyclopedia of Guidance and Counseling; Mittal Publications.
6.
Ackerman N.W. Psycho Dynamics of family welfare, Basic books Inc, New York.
7.
Fonseea Mabe : Counselling for marital happiness, Leensufala, Bombay.
8.
Gupta, Girija: Family and Social change in Modern India (Ed.) Vol.II, Vikas pub.
Delhi.
9.
Mangal S K; 2000, General Psychology., Sterling Publishers.
10.
Shankar Rao; 2000, Introduction to Sociology; S.Chand & Company, New Delhi.,
6th Edition.
11.
Krishna Kant Singh., 2000, Social Work and Family Intervention., ABD
Publishers.,
12.
Kapadia, K.N. Marriage and family in India; Oxford University Press, Delhi.
13.
Lakshmi; 2000, Encyclopedia of Guidance and Counseling; Mittal Publications.

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Semester : 3
Course code : P14LSW308TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

ELECTIVE 3/2 - WELFARE OF THE YOUTH AND THE AGED


Objectives:

Develop an understanding towards youth and the aged, and the factors
underlying the effects on family and society.
Understand the roles of different stakeholders in working with aged and the role
of the social worker as a vital member of the team.

Unit I

Youth: Concept, Demographic profile in Rural and Urban; Youth in Indian Society: A
historical over view of their role; process of socialization of Indian youth; aspirations of the
youth in contemporary Indian society; Role of youth in Social Change and National
Development. Youth as special category: Basic needs of youth: Problems of \youth in
Relation to family life; Social relation, education, recreation, leisure, recreation,
employment, sex, marriage, political status, adjust mental problem of the youth.
Unit II

Youth Movement in India: Ideologies of youth movements: SFI, DYFI, ABVP, Yuva Janathna,
and the Indian Youth Congress. Youth Unrest; Need for youth policy in India.
Youth Work: Concept, Objectives, approaches to youth work in tribal, rural and urban areas:
training programmes.
Unit III

Youth Welfare: Definition and Scope: Philosophy and Evolution of youth welfare
programmes in India; Services for student youth: Education, Physical education, Sports,
recreation; Vocational guidance, youth services, Bharath Scouts and Guides, National
Services scheme, Community and social service scheme, National Cadet Corps, Youth
Festivals and Youth Camp; Student Counselling; Need, Services, for non-student youth;
Non-formal education for school drop outs; Nehru Yuvak Kendra, Vishwa yuva Kendra,
Youth Welfare Programmes under Government and Voluntary Agencies; Organization by and
for youth, -Youth policies, stratigies and Programmes in Indias Five year plans.

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Unit IV

Aged: Definition, types, demographic profiles aging population in rural and urban
gerontology; theories of aging; dimension of aging. Changing status of the aged in Indian
society. Problems of the aged - health, family, social relation and employment; perspective
on the population of aging in India; retirement as a social and economic event; family,
social, economic and religious life of retired people.
Unit V

Services for the aged; Geriatric services in India; Social work and social services and the
aged; family social work with the aged; social welfare services for the aged; old age social
security measures in India and other countries; physical activity, rehabilitation and
community linkage programme; Gerentophenotime-an aging reversal agent; national and
International agencies for aged welfare, policies, strategies and Programmes for the elderly
in Indias five year plans.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
John V.V,Youth and National Goals, Vishwa Yuvak Kendra, Delhi.
Kuriakose,P.T.,An Approach to Youth Asia Pub., Delhi. 47
2.
Kumar, Ram: Problems Planning and development of Youth Health, Deep& Deep
Pub, New Delhi.
3.
Kirpal,Prem: Youth and established culture, Sterling, New Delhi.
4.
Krishnan, Prabha: A Library primer for youth workers, Vishwa Yuvak Kendra,
Delhi. Khan, Rafigal, M., Rural Youth, Vishwa Yuvak Kendra, Delhi.
5.
Misra,D.K.,Jain, C.H&Doshi,S.L., Youth University and Community, S.Chand
&Co,New Delhi. Misra V.D.,
6.
Youth Culture A Comparative Study in the Indian Context, Inter India Pub.,
New Delhi.
7.
Nair, P.S., Indian youth Participation and development, Atma ram Company, New
Delhi. William Korslm and Joseph and Julian, Social Problems, Prentice Hall, Englewood
Cliffs, New Jersy, 1955
8.
Muttagi,P.K,Aging Issues and oldage care, Classical Publishing Company, New
Delhi. 1997.
9.
Geetha gowri, R., Reddy, P.J.,Usharani, elderly women, discovery publishing
house New Delhi 2003

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Semester : 3
Course code : P14LSW309TA

Hours :6
Credit :6

ELECTIVE 3/3 - WORKING WITH PERSONS WITH DISABILITY


Objectives:

Develop an understanding of and sensitivity towards disability, its types of


disabilities, causal factors and its effects on family and society.
Acquire understanding of the various approaches towards disability.
Understand and review International conventions and interventions in the field of
disability, legal provisions, and policies and programmes of government in the
context of human rights of persons with disabilities in India.
Understand the roles of different stakeholders in working with and for persons
with disabilities, and the role of the social worker as a vital member of the team.

Unit I

Understanding Disability: Definition, Types, Magnitude and causes of disabilities.


Approaches towards disability: Medical/Clinical, Psychological, Economic Vocational, Human
Rights, and Socio Political approaches.
Unit II

Impact of Disability: Examining impact of disabilitys across life domains and specific
reference to economic and socially vulnerable groups:
Persons with disabilitiestheir familial and societal contexts; disabling and enabling
environments and their impact on the quality of life of persons with disabilities
Problems and issues faced by them related to activities of daily living, education, sexuality,
integration, employment, interpersonal relationships, marriage.
Unit III

International Initiatives: Understand and review International initiatives in the field of


disability and UN instruments - United Nations Convention on the Rights of Person with
Disabilities 2006

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Unit IV

National Initiatives: Understand and review legal provision and programmes at National
Level:
Provisions in the Constitution of India and related legislations in India:
The Rehabilitation Council of India Act 1991, the Persons with Disability Act 1995, National
Trust Act 2000 and Action taken by the government and their inclusion in development and
rehabilitation, using the right based perspectives; Institutional frameworks and the welfare
and schemes for the welfare of the person with disabilities
Unit V

Interventions Efforts of NGOs and the role of social worker in a multidisciplinary team in the
assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of the person with disabilities and their families.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Anil Bhuimali (2009) : Rights of disabled women and children in India. Serials
publications, New Delhi.
2.
Arvindrai N Desai (1990): Helping the Handicapped ( Problems and prospects).
Ashish publishing house, New Delhi.
3.
Asha Hans and Anne Patri (2003): Women Disability and Identity. Sage
Publications, New Delhi.
4.
Bhushan Punani and Nandini Rawal (1993): Handbook Visual Handicap. Ashish
Publishing house, New Delhi
5.
Bhushan Punanani and Nandini Rawal (1997): Community Based
Rehabilitation(visually impaired). NAB Mumbai.
6.
G.N. Karna(2001) : Disability studies in India Retrospects and Prospects. Gyan
publishing house New Delhi
7.
Manjumohan Mukherjee (2006): Problems of Disabled People. Associated
publishers, India.
8.
Mary E Willmuth PhD and Lillian Holcomb, PhD editors (1993): Women with
Disabilities Found Voices. Howorth press New York London Norwood (Australia).
9.
Pandey and Advani (1995): Perspectives in Disability and Rehabilitation. Vikas
Publishing House, New Delhi
10.
S.R. Mohisini and P. K. Gandhi (1982): The Physically Handicapped and the
Government. Seema Publications, Delhi.
11.
S.N. Gajendragadkar (1983): Disabled in India Somaiya publications, Mumbai.

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Semester : IV
Course code : P14M1W413TA

Hours :5
Credit :5

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISATION PAPER: III


CORE COURSE 13 A - URBAN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Objectives:
To enable students to understand the unique nature of urban community
To develop sensitivity and communication for working with urban poor
To provide knowledge on the government and voluntary efforts towards urban
development
To equip students with specific skills and techniques of working with urban
communities.
Unit I

Urban Community: Meaning, Characteristics, rural urban linkages and contrast. City-Meaning
Classification, urban Agglomeration, Sub-Urban, Satellite Towns, Hinterlands, New town
Metropolis, Megalopolis, Urban Problems: Poverty ,Housing, Drug addiction, Juvenile
Delinquency, Cyber Crime, Terrorism, Communal Problems, Pollution: slum-definition, cause,
characteristics, functions, classification, approaches, theories and culture of slums;
Unit II

Urbanisation & Urbanism: Meaning and Characteristics; Migration-Concept, causes, types


and theories. Trends in urbanization process; theories of urbanization, Unorganized/Informal
sectors: concept, characteristics; unorganized labour: child labour, women labour and
construction workers and the role of urban poor in urban development,
Unit III

Urban Community development: Definition, concept, objectives and Historical background,


approaches, principles, process and methods of urban community development, welfare
extensions projects of Central Social welfare Board, Urban Development Planning: Town and
Country planning Act 1971, importance of community planning and community participation
in Urban Development, role of Community development worker; Application of social work
methods in urban development.
Unit IV

Urban Development Administration: National , State and local level; urban services and
Urban defiencies;74th amendment and salient features of Nagarpalika act: Structure and
function of Urban Development Agencies: Municipal Administration- Corporations,
Municipalities, Town Panchayats, Metropolitan Development Authorities, functions of officials
and non-officials in urban local government; Slum Clearance Board, Housing Board, Housing
and Urban Development Corporation(HUDCO) and United Nations Centre for Human
Settlement (UNCHS) Role of Voluntary Agencies in Urban Development.

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Unit V

Urban Development Programmes: JNUR World Bank programs and ADP, Nehru Rozgar
Yojana (NRY), Tamilnadu Slum Area (Clearance and Improvement) Act 1971, Resettlement
and Rehabilitation programme; Employment training programmes; Role of Community
Development Programmes..
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Dubey; Urban Development Administration; Deep & Deep Publications; 2000
2.
Persmits Majumdar; Dynamics of Urban Development; Abhipet Publications;
2000
3.
Goel, S L; Urban Local Self Government; New Delhi Deep & Deep Publications:
2000
4.
Arudhana Shukla; Indian Tribes; Kanishkha Publishers & Distributors; 2000
5.
Jacob Z Thudipara; Urban Community Development; New Delhi Rawat
Pub;lications; 2000
6.
Array &Abbasi (1995) Urbansation and its Enviromental Impacts Discovery
Pub,New Delhi.
7.
Clinard, Marshell b(1970) Sluum and Communitty Development, The free Press,
New Yourk.
8.
Diddee, Jayamals(1993) Urbanisation-Trends, perspectives and challenges,
Rawat pub.Jepur
9.
Mitra, Arup(1994) Urbansation, Slums, Informal sector employement and
poverty, B.R.Pub.
10.
Ramachandra(1989)Urbanisation and Urban system in India,Oxford University
press, New Delhi.
11.
Stanly, Selwyn (2005) Social problem and Issues; Perspective for intervention,
Allied Pub, New Derlhi.
12.
UN Habitat (2003) the Challenges of Slums, Earthscane Publication Ltd, London
13.
UN Habitat, (2003) The Slums of the World: The faces of urban poverty in the
millennium, United Nations Center for Human Settlements, Nairobi
14.
Vibhooti, Shukla( 1988): Urban Development and Regional polices in India,
Himalaya pub., Bombay.
15.
Vimala Rangaswamhy (1967) International Conference of Social Work: Urban
Community
16.
Wieps, Paul (1981) Tenants and a trustees, Mac Millian ,Delhi

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Course code : P14M2W413TA

Hours :5
Credit :5

MEDICAL AND PYCHIATRIC SPECIALIZATION PAPER - III


CORE COURSE 13 B - MENTAL HEALTH
Objectives:

To enable students to understand the CONCEPT OF mental health


To help students to learn about psychiatric health
To provide knowledge on the government efforts for health development

Unit I

Historical Development of psychiatry as a field of specialization; Attitudes and beliefs


pertaining to mental illness in ancient, medieval and modern times; concepts of Normality,
Abnormality and mental Health.
Unit II

Life stress and coping; stress and mental health; classification of Mental illness DSM IV
and ICD 10 & 11. Mental health problem among children, adolescents, women, workers and
elderly.
Unit III

Psychiatric assessment; interviewing case history taking and mental status examination,
psychosocial and multidimensional assessment of mental disorders in psychiatric social work
and psychosocial diagnosis.
Unit IV

Psychiatric Illness : Symptoms, causes and treatment of Neuroses, Psychoses, Psycho


physiological, cultural bound syndromes, personality disorders, sexual deviations, alcoholism
and drug dependence and suicide. Child hood disorders, Scholastic backwardness
Attention Deficit Disorders Learning disorders.
Unit V

Mental Handicap: Definition, classification, clinical types and causes, cerebral palsy.
Epilepsy: Definition, types, causes, management, aging, biological, social and psychological
problems.

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REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
James C: Abnormal psychology and modern life, Taraporevala & sons, Bombay.
2.
Jennifer : An outline of modern psychiatry, John Wiley & Sons, 1981.
3.
Kaplan Harold et al : Comprehensive Text book Williams & Wilkins, Vol I,II & III,
1980.
4.
Krae pili, E Wil : A psychiatry A text book for students and physicians, Vol.2,
Amerind pub, 1990.
5.
Venkatesan S. Children with development disabilities, sage, 2004.
6.
Veena Pany Pandey., Mental Retardation and Social Responsibility., Sumit
Enterprises., 2000
7.
Hilgard Atkinson., Introduction to Psychology., Oxford University Press., 2000
8.
Lokanandha, Sujatha Malini., Mental Retardation Education and Rehabilitation
Sevices., Discovery Publishing House., 2000
9.
Sanjay Bhattacharya., Social Work Psycho Social and Health Aspects., New Delhi,
Deep and Deep Publications., 2000

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK (PG CURRICULUM 2014 ONWARDS)


Semester : IV
Course code : P14M3W413TA

Hours :5
Credit :5

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SPECIALISATION PAPER: III


CORE COURSE 13 C - ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Objective:
Organizational Behaviour focuses on developing an understanding of the
individual and group level factors that influence employee attitudes and
behavior at work.
Unit I

Focus and Purpose of OB: Definition, need and importance of organizational behavior
nature and scope framework organizational behavior models.
Unit II

Individual behavior: Personality types factors influencing personality theories. Learning


learning process learning theories organizational behavior modification. Attitude
characteristics components formation. Perception importance factors influencing
perception Motivation importance types effects on work behavior.
Unit III

Group Behaviour : Organization structure formation groups in organizations influence


group dynamics emergence of informal leaders and working norms group decision
making techniques interpersonal relations communication control Hawthorne
studies.
Unit IV

Leadership and Power Meaning importance leadership styles theories Leaders VS


Managers source of power power centers power and politics.
Unit V

Dynamics of Organizational Behaviour: Organizational climate factors affecting


organizational climate. Job satisfaction: determinants measurements. Organizational
change: importance change process resistance to change managing change.
Organizational development: characteristics objectives interventions Organizational
effectiveness perspective and application of transactional analysis. Business games:
meaning, importance and types.

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REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Stephen, P. R. Robins, 2001, Organizational Behaviour, Prentice Hall of India, 9th
Edition.
2.
Hellriegal, Slocum and Woodman, 2001, Organizational Behaviour, SouthWestern, Thomas Learning, 9th Edition.
3.
Sudan, A S, 2000: Organisation Effectiveness and Change; Anmol Publications.
4.
Aswathappa; 2000, Organisational Behaviour; Himalaya Publishing House.
5.
L.M.Prasad; 2000, Organisational Behaviour; Sultan Chand & Sons.
6.
Betty, Jane Punnett (2004), International on Organizational Behavior, New Delhi,
Prentice Hall
7.
Fred, Luthans (1998), Organizational Behavior, Singapore, McGraw Hill Book
Com.
8.
Gerald , Greenberg & Robert A. Barren, (2005), Behavior in Organizations, New
Delhi, Prentice hall
9.
John W. Newstron & Davis, Keith (2002), Organizational Behavior, New Delhi,
Tata McGraw Hill Hill
10.
Paul Hersey, et al (2002), Management of Organizational Behavior, New Delhi,
Prentice Hall

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK (PG CURRICULUM 2014 ONWARDS)


Semester : IV
Course code : P14L1W410TA

Hours :5
Credit :5

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISATION PAPER: IV


ELECTIVE 4/1 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
COMMUNICATION
Objectives:

To enable students to understand the concept of Project management


To provide knowledge on evaluation techniques.
To equip students with specific skills and techniques communication

Unit I

Introduction to project Management: Concept, Objectives, Principles, Scope, Importance


and Methodology. Micro and Macro level planning. Project Dimensions: identification and
Formulation; Detailed Project Report (DPR). Project appraisal: Technical, economic and
financial feasibility. Participatory Development (Participatory planning, Participatory
Management and Participatory Evaluation). Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA).
Unit II

Planning and Management of Project Implementation: Activity planning, Network Analysis,


Monitoring of Development Projects: Management Information System, Programme
Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) and critical Path Method (CPM) - Project
Evaluation.
Resource Mobilization: Techniques of Fund Raising; Statutory requirements for the
formation of society and Trust; Foreign contribution Regulation Act. Special Provisions
related to income Tax Exemption for Development Organizations.
Unit III

Communication: Meaning, definition, scope and purpose; elements of communication;


principles of effective communication; characteristics and functions of communication:
Communication process; Channels and stages of communication.
Unit IV

Methods communication: Interpersonal communication, group communication and mass


communication; Types, Formal and informal; Theories and Models of communication;
Transactional analysis and conflict resolution.

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Unit V

Selection of suitable approach for different target groups; Audio Visual Aids; Types and its
uses; Folk Media: Puppet shows, Drama, street play, Folk Songs and Folk dances, use of
talks, meetings, conferences, camps; campaign; communication through leaflets,
pamphlets, bulletins, circulars, posters and notice boards.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Mishra S.N: 1988, Rural Development Planning Design and method, Satvahan
pub., New Delhi.
2.
Sathya narayana M.&Lalitha Raman (1988): Management Operations Research,
Himalaya pub., Bombay.
3.
Hartman Paul, et.al (1989): The mass media and the village lige, sage pub., New
Delhi.
4.
Pokharapurkar (1993): Rural Developmetn and Community Television, concept
pub., New Delhi.
5.
Panneer Selvam R(2000); Project Management; New Delhi Phi Learning Pvt. Ltd.
6.
B.B.Goel (2000); Project Management- Principles and Techniques; Deep & Deep
Publications.
7.
Alok Kumar Kashyap(2012); PRA For Community Development; New Delhi Mohit
Books International.

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK (PG CURRICULUM 2014 ONWARDS)


Semester : IV
Course code : P14L2W410TA

Hours :5
Credit :5

MEDICAL AND PYCHIATRIC SPECIALIZATION PAPER - IV


ELECTIVE 4/2 -PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK
Objectives:

To enable students to understand the social work in psychiatric setting


To provide knowledge on Psychiatric Illness
To equip students with specific skills and techniques of working in psychiatric
setting

Unit I

Psychiatric Social Work: Definition and concept, Historical development in India and abroad;
Current status as a field of Specialisation. Case Work, Group Work and Community
Organisation in the Psychiatric Services. Limitations and difficulties faced in Psychiatric
Social Work practice. Psychiatric Epidemiologist in India.
Unit II

Therapeutic Intervention in Psychiatric Illness: Psycho education, Cognitive Therapy, Group


Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Marital therapy: Scope and types. Behaviour therapy:
Principles and techniques. ECT, Chemotherapy, Psycho-surgery and Mega-vitamin Therapy.
Occupational Therapy (Purpose and Concept).
Unit III

Theoretical framework for individual psychotherapy and Counseling: Psychoanalytical


theory, Transactional analysis, Client centered therapy, Gestalt therapy, Rational emotive
therapy, Existential therapy, Adlerian therapy, Reality therapy and Cognitive behavior
therapy.
Unit IV

Scope of Psychiatric Social Work practice: Roles and functions of a Psychiatric Social Worker
with regards to the problems of patients and their families in : 1) Psychiatric OPD's 2)
Psychiatric Specialty Clinics 3) De-addiction Centres 4) Child Guidance Clinics. National
Mental health Programme; District Mental Health Programme

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Unit V

Rehabilitation of Psychiatric patients: Role of the Social Worker in rehabilitation - planning,


mobilization, reintegration of the patient in the family and community; Principles and Models
of Psychiatric Rehabilitation; Role of the Psychiatric Social Worker in Team Work. Concepts
of : Therapeutic community, Partial Hospitalization, Day Care Centres, Half way homes,
Sheltered workshop and Transitory homes.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Ratna Verma; 2000, Psychiatric Social Work in India; Sage Publications.
2.
Rajamanickam; 2000, Abnormal Psychology Human Behavioural Problems;
Authors Press.
3.
Talbott Hales Yudofshy; 2001, Text Book of Psychiatry; American Society for
Micro-biology.
4.
S.K.Mangal; 2011, Abnormal Psychology; New Delhi Sterling Publishing Pvt. Ltd.
5.
Coleman, James C.: Abnormal psychology and modern life, Tarporevala & Sons,
Bombay
6.
Marfatia J.C, 1971, Psychiatric problems of children, Popular Prakhasan, Bombay.
7.
Roberts N. 1967: Mental health and mental illness, Rutledge & Kegan Paul,
London.
8.
Kraeplil, Ewil, 1990: A psychiatry - A text book for students and physicians, Vol.
2, Amerind Pub.
9.
Eden D.J., 1976, Mental handicap - an introduction, George Allen & Unnin,
London.
10.
Gaind R.N., 1979, Hudson B.L: Current themes in Psychiatry, McMillan,.
11.
Zigler, EDward: 1986, Understanding mental retardation, Cambridge Uni. Press,
London.
12.
John, Howells G.1971: Modern perspectives in international Child psychiatry,
Brunner & Mazel Pub., New York.
13.
Hughes Jennifer: 1981, An outline of modern psychiatry, John Wiley & sons.
14.
Kaplan Harold, et.al.: 1980, Comprehensive text book of psychiatry, Williams &
Wilkins, Vol. I, II & III.
15.
Denzin, Norman K. 1987: Treating Alcoholism - an alcoholics anonymous
approach, sage pub.

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK (PG CURRICULUM 2014 ONWARDS)


Semester : IV
Course code : P14L3W410TA

Hours :5
Credit :5

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SPECIALISATION PAPER: IV


ELECTIVE 4/3 - LABOUR WELFARE AND LABOUR LEGISLATIONS
Objectives:

To enable students to understand the Labour welfare


To provide knowledge on Labour Legialation

Unit I

I.
Labour welfare: Concept, principles, theories, origin and growth of labour welfare in
India; Types of welfare; Labour problems: Absenteeism addiction, indebtedness, family
distress and social work intervention. Labour welfare programmes: Safety, health and
hygiene, occupational diseases, crche, canteen, credit society, workers education labour
welfare officer: Status, role, duties and functions.
Unit II

II.
Labour legislations in India: Factories Act 1948. The Plantation Labour Act 1951,
Indian Mines Act 1952, Apprentices Act 1961. Labour Relations Legislation: The Trade Union
Act 1926, Industrial Disputes Act 1947, Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishment Act 1947,
Tamilnadu Industrial Establishment (National and Festival Holidays) Act 1951.
Unit III

III.
Employment Legislations: Industrial Disputes Act 1947, The Industrial Employment
(Standing Orders) Act 1946, Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification Of Vacancies)
Act 1959, Employment Of Children Act 1938.
Unit IV

IV.
Social Security Legislation: Workmens Compensation Act 1923, Employees State
Insurance Act 1948, Employees Provident Fund Act 1952 Including the Pension Scheme
1995. The Maternity Benefit Act 1961, Payment Of Gratuity Act 1972.

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Unit V

V.
Wage Legislations: The Payment of Wages Act 1936, The Minimum Wages Act 1948,
the Payment Of Bonus Act 1965, The Equal Remuneration Act, 1976.
REFERENCE BOOK(S):

1.
Charles A. Myres, 1970, Industrial relations, India Asia publishing house.
2.
Saxena R.C.,1974, Labour Problems in Indian Industry, Gupta printing press,
Meerut.
3.
Giri V.V., 1958, Labour problems in Indian Industry, Asian Publishing House,
Bombay.
4.
Pant S.C., 1980, Principles of Labour Welfare, Gupta Brothers, Vishakapattnam,
1968. I.L.O.
5.
Factories Law and Rules applicable to TN State, Vols. I, II, III, IV Madras Book
Agency.
6.
Padhi, P K; 2000, Labour & Industrial Laws; New Dalhi Phi Learning Pvt. Ltd.
7.
Sreenivasan, M R; 2000, Industrial Relations & Labour Legislations; Cheenai
Margham Publications.
8.
P.Saravanavel; 2000, Labour Laws; New Delhi Galgotias Publications.
9.
Rajmohan A; 2000, Industrial Law; Mangalore United Publishers.

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Semester : IV
Course code : P14MSW414JA

Hours :6
Credit :6
PROJECT

Every student is required to complete a research project work under the supervision and
guidance of a Faculty of the Department who will guide the students on topics related to
Social Work education, practice, or some aspects of the field of specialization chosen by him
/ her. A student is required to submit two copies of the project report to the college on or
before February 28th.

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Semester : IV
Course code : P14MSW415FA

Hours :5
Credit :5

CORE COURSE 15 - CONCURRENT FIELD WORK -IV

General Guidelines for Community Development


1. Exposure to DRDA/Panchayat Union and Panchayat administration
2. Orientation to community based surveys/PRA
3. Organise atleast two need based community programmes
4. Practice of Social Work methods in Community Settings (Rural/Tribal areas)
5. Knowledge of CD programmes.

General Guidelines for HRM Students


1. Exposure to welfare measures and programmes in industries.
2. Orientation to IR activities/Trade Union
3. Understanding of Organisation profile/Organisational Culture
4. Knowledge of labour legislations.
General Guidelines for Clinical Social Work Students
1. Practice of Social Case Work with atleast 5 clients
2. Practice of Social Group Work with atleast 2 groups
3. 1 Community based programme.

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Semester : IV
Course code : P14MSW416PA

Hours :5
Credit :5

CORE COURSE 16 -BLOCK PLACEMENT

For a minimum of 25 days in an organization related to the candidates specialization


Block Placement should be an addition to concurrent field work. It occurs at the month of
March as an instruction, sometimes it may lead to students employment in the agency.
Completion of Block Placement is a requirement for course completion.