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About ( National Institute of Social Work and Social Sciences ) NISWASS

The National Institute of Social Work and Social Sciences was established in 1971 by Dr. Radhakant Nayak, former Secretary to the Government of India. The main objective of setting up this institute was that the communities which are struggling to come on their own. Simultaneously sought to realize the vision of the Institute to engage itself in research, consultancy, training and work programs in the social, economic, educational and cultural fields. This institute has decided to empower such people who come from other deprived classes including Scheduled Castes and Tribes and Other Backward Classes.

The full form of NISWASS is National Institute of Social Work and Social Sciences.

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Established1971
Institute TypeAutonomous
LocationEducational institution in Bhubaneswar, Odisha

NISWASS Admit Cards 2021

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NISWASS Important Dates 2021

For the candidates who want to take admission in different programs of this institute, the schedule of admission has been given below.

EventsDates
Start of online form fillingStarted
Last date for filling and submission of online form31st October 2021
Date of Entrance Test (For MA Course)To be Announced

NISWASS Application Form 2021

For taking admission in the NISWASS, the application form is available in the official website of the National Institute of Social Work and Social Sciences (NISWASS). All the candidates who want to do Under Graduate and Post Graduate in Social Work Field, they can apply in this institute through the application form and make their golden future.

NISWASS Admission 2021

You can take admission in this institute for BA, MA, Grassroots Social Work (GSW) and Pre-Doctoral Coursework in Social Work And Applied Social Sciences.

You can do MA and BA in different streams in this institute.

As you can do BA in Social Work and MA in Social Work, Rural Management and Gandhian Studies, Social Communication and Buddhist Studies.

  • BA In SOCIAL WORK
Institute NameNational Institute of Social Work and Social Sciences (NISWASS)
AffiliatedUtkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
CourseBA in Social Work
Course Duration3 Years (Six Semesters)
DepartmentDepartment of Social Work
Admission Intake1st June – 30th August
Official WebsiteNiswass.ac.in
Emailniswass1@bsnl.in and
niswass2@bsnl.in

The syllabus of this course is as follows.

FIRST SEMESTER

CC-01    MIL-I/(O/A.E)

CC-02    Working with Individual

CC-03    Concept, History and philosophy of Social Work

AECC-01MIL Communication (Odiya/English)

SECOND SEMESTER

CC-04 English -I

CC-05    Working with Groups

AECC-02 Environmental Studies

GE-01 (i) Social science concepts-I, Society and social problems

GE-01 (ii) Man and Society

THIRD SEMESTER

CC-06    MIL-II (O/A.E)

CC-07    Working with Communities and social Action

CC-08    Social Work Research

SEC-01  Computer Skill

FOURTH SEMESTER

CC-09 English – II

CC-10    Social Welfare Administration

SEC-02  Health Management

DSE-01 (i) Development Rights and Services for children

DSE-01 (ii) Youth and development

FIFTH SEMESTER

CC-11 Social Policy and Planning

CC-12    Project Work

SEC-03  Counseling Skills

DSE-02 (i) Development of SC/ST and Minority

DSE-01 (ii) Women’s Development

SIXTH SEMESTER

GE-02 (i) Social Science Concept –II, Human Growth and development and Dynamics of Behaviours

GE-02 (i) Human Growth and Personality Development

SEC-04  Project Management Skills

DSE-03 (i)Development of Persons with Disabilities

DSE-01 (ii)Geriatric Social Work

DSE-04  NGO Management/Disaster Management

  • M.A. in SOCIAL WORK (MSW)

Master of Arts in Social Work (MSW) is a post graduation which is done after Bachelor of Arts (BA).

Institute NameNational Institute of Social Work and Social Sciences (NISWASS)
AffiliatedUtkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
CourseMA in Social Work (MSW)
Course Duration2 years (Four Semester)
DepartmentDepartment of Social Work
EligibilityBachelor’s degree in any discipline from recognized university with minimum 50% marks (General candidates) and 45% marks (SC/ST/OBC candidates). Students from SC/ST/OBC background must apply with valid caste certificate.
WebsiteNiswass.ac.in

The structure of this course is as follows

FIRST SEMESTER

SWFC – 01 Foundations of Social Work: History, Philosophy, Ethics, and Theories in Social Work

SWFC – 02 Social Science Concepts I: Social Structure, Social Institutions and Social Change

SWFC – 03 Social Science Concepts II: Political Judicial and Economic System

SWFC – 04 Social Science Concepts III: Poverty, Inequality and Social Exclusion

SWFC – 05 Social Science Concepts IV: Psychological Concepts, Human Behavior and Relationships

SWFC – 06 Orientation Visit/ Group Lab /Concurrent Field Work

SECOND SEMESTER

SWCP – 01 Working with Individuals

SWCP – 02 Working with Groups

SWCP – 03 Working with Communities

SWCP – 04 A Human Rights Approach to Social Work Practice

SWCP – 05 Social Work Research and Statistics

SWCP – 06 Concurrent Field Work + Rural Camp

THIRD SEMESTER

SWCP – 07 Child Protection and Child Rights

SWCP – 08 Social Work with Women: Issues of Gender and Development

SWCP – 09 Social Work Practice with SC, ST and OBC

SWCP – 10 Rights of Persons with Disabilities and their Rehabilitation.

SWCP – 11 Community Health and Social Medicine

SWCP – 12 Social Management

SWCP – 13 Concurrent Field Work

SWEP – 01 School Social Work

SWEP – 02 Working with Persons with Addictions

SWEP – 03 Correctional Social Work

SWEP – 04 Counselling in Social Work

SWEP – 05 Social Work with the Elderly

(Any One)

FOURTH SEMESTER

SWCP – 14 Development Theories and Strategies: Issues Challenges and Responses

SWCP – 15 Social Work Practice in Rural Areas

SWCP – 16 Social Work Practice in Urban Areas

SWCP – 17 NGO Management

SWCP – 18 Development Communication

SWCP – 19 Agrarian Social Work

SWCP – 20 Dissertation: Research Project

SWCP – 21 Concurrent Field Work + Block Placement

SWEP – 06 Entrepreneurship Development

SWEP – 07 NGO Management

SWEP – 08 Project Management

SWEP – 09 Disaster Management

SWEP – 10 People Centered Advocacy.

  • Grassroots Social Work (GSW)

Grassroots Social Work is a special and unique programme for self employed social workers.

Institute NameNational Institute of Social Work and Social Sciences
AffiliatedUtkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
Course NameGrassroots Social Work (GSW)
Duration4 to 6 Months
Course TypeDiplomas and Certificates
DepartmentDepartment of Social Work
  • Pre-Doctoral Coursework in Social Work and Applied Social Sciences

Social Research Methodology Course Designed for PhD Scholars.

The structure of this course is as follows.

  • Dimensions of Social Work Research
  • Theory and Research
  • Approaches in Social Science Research:
  • Positivist, Interpretive, Critical, Feminist and Post Modern
  • Research Designs – Quantitative and Qualitative Orientation in Social Work Research
  • Quantitative Design Issues: Variables and Hypotheses, Causal Relationships and Hypothesis
  • Formulation of Research Question and hypotheses
  • Quantitative Social Work Research: Experiment Research, Survey Research, Content Analysis
  • Qualitative Design Issues 1: Cases and Contexts
  • Qualitative Design Issues 2: Grounded Theory, Bricolage, Interpretation
  • Refining Research Topics: Qualitative Social Work Research
  • Qualitative Social Work Research: Field Research, Historical – Comparative Study
  • Quantitative Measurement: Conceptualization and Operationalization
  • Quantitative Social Work Research – Reliability and Validity
  • Quantitative Measurement – Construction
  • Quantitative Measurement – Scales
  • Introduction to Qualitative and Quantitative Sampling
  • Non-Probability Sampling – I
  • Non-Probability Sampling – II
  • Probability Sampling – I
  • Probability Sampling – II
  • Qualitative Data Collection
  • Data Collection in Experimental Research
  • Data Collection in Survey Research – Steps in Conducting a Survey, Constructing the Questionnaire, Types of Surveys, Interviewing
  • Data Mining and Secondary Research – Documentation, Content Analysis, Secondary Analysis
  • Qualitative Measurement – Conceptualization and Operationalization
  • Qualitative Data Collection in Field Research
  • Qualitative Data Collection in Evaluation Research
  • Ethical Dilemmas in Qualitative Research
  • Quantitative Data Analysis using SPSS
  • Handling Data – Coding Data, Entering Data, Cleaning Data
  • Univariate Analysis – Frequency Distribution, Measures of Central Tendency, Measures of Variation
  • Bivariate Analysis – Bivariate Tables, Measures of Correlation
  • Multivariate Analysis – Constructing Trivariate Tables, Regression Analysis
  • Quantitative Data Analysis using SPSS: Inferential Statistics
  • Qualitative Data Analysis – Concept Formation
  • Methods of Qualitative Data Analysis
  • Master of Arts in Social Communication
AffiliatedUtkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
Course NameMA In Social Communication
DurationTwo Year
Admission Intake1st June – 30th August
DepartmentDepartment of Social Communication

The structure of this course is as follows.

FIRST SEMESTER

SCFC -01Human communication: Themes and Perspectives

SCFC -02Layout, Design and Production

SCFC-03Media, Society and Culture

SCFC -04 Media and Communication Research

SCFC -05News Reporting, Writing and Editing

SCFC -06Practical Field Work and Viva-voce

 SECOND SEMESTER

SCCP-01Essentials of Tribal Communication

SCCP-02Audio-visual Production: Technologies and Techniques

SCCP-03Development Communication in an age of Digital Media

SCCP-04New media, Non-profits and Corporate Social Responsibility

SCCP-05Audio and Video Editing

SCCP-06Practical Field Work and Viva-voce

THIRD SEMESTER

SCCP-07Photography and Visual Storytelling

SCCP-08Media laws and Ethics

SCCP-09Advertising and Public relations

SCCP-10Media Management

SCCP-11Development Journalism

SCCP -12Internship

FOURTH SEMESTER

SCCP-13Essentials Social Marketing

SCCP-14Managing Non-Governmental Organizations

SCCP-15Specialization (Majors) in any one:

1.Transmedia storytelling

2.Technology Journalism

3.Social Communications

SCCP-16Professional Portfolio

SCCP-17Major Project

SCCP-18Master Thesis

NISWASS Fees & Eligibility

Course Eligibility Fees
BSW10+2₹16,750 (1st Year Fees) Fees may vary
MAGraduation₹33,700 (1st Year Fees) Fees may vary
MSWGraduation₹33,700 (1st Year Fees) Fees may vary

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