The Department of Social Work started its journey in July 1997. The department runs Five Year Integrated Course in Social Work which leads to BSW (three years) and MSW (two years) Degrees. The course curriculum is designed as per the CBCS pattern prescribed by the UGC and offers the papers of special interest in the area of Family and Child Welfare, Rural Development, Tribal Development, Psychosocial Counselling, NGO Management, Micro Finance and Livelihood, Dynamics of Human behaviour etc. The Department also runs Ph. D. Programme, where the thrust of the current research endeavours in the areas like Healthcare, Reproductive and Child Health Programme (RCH), Sex Education, HIV/ AIDS, ICDS Services, Panchayati Raj, Non Governmental Organizations, Women in Unorganized Sector, Self Help Groups, Corporate Voluntarism, Water and Sanitation, Disaster Management, Psychosocial problems of Elderly, Cancer, Tuberculosis, etc. The department has initiated outreach activities in the nearby rural communities.
|Courses Offered||Duration||Number of Seats|
|M.S.W. (by course work)||Ten Semesters||50|
|Ph.D. (by course & research work)|
|D. Litt (by research work)|
|Name||Designation||Area of Specialization||Contact & Email|
|Gopalji Mishra, MA (SW), Ph.D.||Professor||Community Development (Health)||firstname.lastname@example.org
Dutta MSW, M.Phil, PGCRM, Ph.D.
|Professor||Governance, Panchayati Raj & Rural Development.||email@example.com
|Molankal Gangabhushan M., MSW, PGDLL, Ph.D.||Professor||Industrial Relation and Personal Managementfirstname.lastname@example.org
|M Tineshowri Devi, MA (Social Work), M. Phil., Ph.D.||Professor & Head||Adolescent and Healthemail@example.com
|Tarun Bikas Sukai, MSW, PGDHRM, Ph.D.||Associate Professor||NGO’s HIV/AIDsfirstname.lastname@example.org
|Mrityunjay Singh, MA (SW),Ph.D||Assistant Professor||Social Developmentemail@example.com
|Ritwika Rajendra, MSW, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||Family and Child Welfarefirstname.lastname@example.org
|Ratna Huirem, MSW, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||Community Developmentemail@example.com
|Kathiresan L., MA (SW), M.Phil., Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||Health firstname.lastname@example.org
|G. Albin Joseph, MA (SW), M.Phil., Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||NGO Management, Youth Development, Disability Studies||
|Lalzo S. Thangjom, MA (SW), Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||URCD, HIV/AIDSemail@example.com
|Aditi Nath, MSW, Ph.D. (SW)||Assistant Professor||Partnership Development & NGO Management|| firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ajit Kr. Jena, MA., M.Phil.||Assistant Professor||Social Policy, Social Legislation|| email@example.com
|Kaivalya T. Desai, MA (SW) Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||Social Work Education|| firstname.lastname@example.org
|Joyashri Dey, MSW, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor(Leave Vacancy)||Governance & Community Development|| email@example.com
Head of Department
Prof. M. Tineshowri Devi
(03842) 270821 (O)
More than ninety per cent of the students who have passed out from this Department have been employed by Governmental and Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) at the state and national levels
The Social Work Journal is a Peer Reviewed Journal published by Department of Social Work biannually. It was first published in 2010 with ISSN : 0976-5484. It seeks to promote scholarship in Social Work education and Practice, and other social science fields. The journal publishes empirical, conceptual, and review papers in the form of research articles, reports of research in progress, analyses of contemporary issues of social importance.
|Integrated Social Work Curriculum|
Integrated Bachelor’s and Master’s curriculum in Social Work emphasizes on the theoretical underpinnings and practice dimensions in diverse settings with a focus on issues of vulnerable and marginalised groups, and also emphasis on the disciplinary foundations, the methods of social work practice, and the attitudes, skills and knowledge. It attempts to integrate the micro and macro issues in the context of India, with special on north-eastern region.
Department of Social Work promotes Inter-disciplinary research on its thrust areas of social work practice and issues of social importance.