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UGC National Eligibility Test For Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) & Eligibility For Lectureship

Genesis of National Eligibility Test (NET)

In early eighties, there was a general perception among the public and the leading educationists that well qualified persons were not being attracted towards teaching profession. Concerns were also expressed about the criteria that were employed for the selection of teachers. It was increasingly realized that quite a large number of people who neither had the competence nor the aptitude for teaching made an easy entry into this profession.

The Committee formed by UGC in 1983 on revision of pay scales of teachers in the universities and colleges under the Chairmanship of Prof. R C Mehrotra recommended the following for the post of Lecturer:

UGC National Eligibility Test For Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) & Eligibility For Lectureship Genesis of National

“i) Qualifying at the National test conducted for the purpose by UGC or any other agency

approved by UGC.

ii) Master’s degree with at least 55 % marks or its equivalent grade.

The qualifications should not be relaxed even for candidates possessing M.Phil/Ph.D at the

time of recruitment.” The Mehrotra

Committee also found that the stipulation of M.Phil/Ph.D. as an essential qualification for Lecturers had neither been followed faithfully nor did it necessarily contribute to the raising of teaching and research standards. In fact, it was of the view that, if at all, it had led to the dilution of research standards on account of

The UGC, , was formally established only in November 1956 as a statutory body of the Government of India through an Act of Parliament for the coordination, determination and maintenance of standards of university education in India. In order to ensure effective region-wise coverage throughout the country, the UGC has decentralised its operations by setting up six regional centres at Pune, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Bhopal, Guwahati and Bangalore.

The head office of the UGC is located at Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg in New Delhi, with two additional bureaus operating from 35, Feroze Shah Road and the South Campus of University of Delhi as well.

the rush to get a research degree in the shortest possible time. In view of the diversity of standards among universities, the Mehrotra Committee recommended that passing a national qualifying examination before recruitment be made an essential pre-condition.

In pursuance of Mehrotra Committee recommendation, The National Commission of Teachers on Higher Education (Prof. Rais Ahmed), The National Policy on Education, 1986 , it was suggested in the Program of Action of National Policy of Education, 1986 that:

“the teachers will be recruited on the basis of a common qualifying test, the details of which will be formulated by UGC. Efforts will be made to move towards the objective of making

recruitment of teachers on all India basis in consultation with the State Governments”.

With a view to working out the modalities for the conduct of such a test, the Commission had constituted a Committee, which evolved strategies for the conduct of a national level eligibility test for the recruitment of teachers in universities and colleges. Consequently, the Government on India, through a notification in 1988 entrusted the task of conducting the eligibility test for lectureship to UGC. Thereby, UGC has been conducting the National Eligibility Test for Junior Research Fellowship and eligibility for Lectureship since 1989. It had already been conducting the examination for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) since

1984.

The National Educational Testing Bureau of University Grants Commission (UGC) conducts National Eligibility Test (NET) to determine eligibility for lectureship and for award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) for Indian nationals in order to ensure minimum standards for the entrants in the teaching profession and research. The Test is conducted in Humanities (including languages), Social Sciences, Forensic Science, Environmental Sciences, Computer Science and Applications and Electronic Science.

UGC Net 2010 Subjects

The list of NET subjects along with their respective codes are as given below:

Subjects related to Social work and its various specializations are marked in Red. Study materials for these subjects will also help social work students.

  • 01 Economics 02 Political Science 03 Philosophy 04 Psychology 05 Sociology 06 History 07

Anthropology 08 Commerce 09 Education 10 Social Work 11 Defence and Strategic Studies 12

Home Science 14 Public Administration 15 Population Studies* 16 Music 17

Management 18-45, 83-85,73, & 91 Languages 46 Adult Education/ Continuing Education/ Andragogy/ Non Formal Education. 47 Physical Education 49 Arab Culture and Islamic Studies 50

Indian Culture 55 Labour Welfare/Personnel Management/Industrial Relations/ Labour and Social Welfare/Human Resource Management 58

Law 59 Library and Information Science 60 Buddhist, Jaina, Gandhian and Peace Studies

  • 62 Comparative Study of Religions 63 Mass Communication and Journalism 65 Performing Arts

Dance/Drama/Theatre 66 Museology & Conservation 67 Archaeology 68 Criminology 70 Tribal and

Regional Language/Literature 71 Folk Literature 72 Comparative Literature Traditional Subjects (including Jyotis ha/Sidhanta Jyotisha/ Navya Vyakarna/ Vyakarna/ Mimamsa/ Navya Nyaya/ Sankhya Yoga/ Tulanatmaka Darsana/ Shukla Yajurveda/ Madhva Vedanta/ Dharma Sastra/ Sahitya/ Purana-itihasa/Agama/Advaita Vedanta) 74 Women Studies 79 Visual Arts (including Drawing & Painting/Sculpture/ Graphics/Applied Art/History of Art) 80 Geography 81 Social Medicine & Community Health 82 Forensic Science 87 Computer Science and Applications 88 Electronic Science 89 Environmental Sciences 90 International and Area Studies 92 Human

Rights and Duties 93 Tourism Administration and Management. * The candidates who have completed their Master’s Degree in Geography (with specialization in Population Studies) or Mathematics/Statistics are also eligible to appear in the subject ―Population Studies‖ (Code 15).

Scope of NET & SLET

  • a. Eligibility for Lectureship

Clearing of NET confers eligibility for lectureship upon Indian nationals, i.e. the NET qualified candidates are eligible to apply for the post of lecturer in all Indian universities/Institutes/colleges. It was resolved in the UGC's Commission Meeting held on 1.11.2001 that commencing from the

SET examinations scheduled in or after June, 2002, the SET qualified candidates shall be eligible for appointment to the post of lecturer only in the universities/colleges belonging to the state from where they have passed the SET examination. The status of SET shall remain unchanged for SET examinations conducted prior to 1st June, 2002, that is, the candidates clearing SET were eligible for appointment to the post of lecturer anywhere in India.

  • b. Junior Research Fellowship

The candidates who qualify the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) Examination of UGC/CSIR NET are also eligible for the post of lectureship. In addition they are also eligible to receive Fellowships (UGC/CSIR) under various schemes subject to the candidates finding their placement in the universities/IITs/other national organizations. The validity of the offer is two years w.e.f. the date of issue of JRF award letter. The validity period of the offer has been raised from one year to two years for JRF Award Letters issued on or after 1st April, 2005. However, in case the candidates have already joined M.Phil. /Ph.D., the date of commencement of fellowship will be from the date of declaration of NET examination result or date of their joining, whichever is later.

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Paper-I (Code No.: 00) Subject: General Paper on Teaching and Research Aptitude

The main objective is this paper is to assess the teaching and research capabilities of the candidates. Therefore, the test is aimed at assessing the teaching and general/research aptitude as well as their awareness. They are expected to possess and exhibit cognitive abilities. Cognitive abilities include comprehension, analysis, evaluation, understanding the structure of arguments and deductive and inductive reasoning. The candidates are also expected to have a general awareness and knowledge of sources of information. They should be aware of interaction between people, environment and natural resources and their impact on quality of life. The details are given in the following sections:

Note:

i) Each section gets equal weightage: Five questions and 10 marks from each

section.

ii) Whenever pictorial questions are set for the sighted candidates a passage followed by equal

number of questions should be set for the visually handicapped candidates.

I. Teaching Aptitude

Teaching: Nature, objectives, characteristics and basic requirements; Learner's characteristics; Factors affecting Teaching; Methods of teaching; Teaching aids; Evaluation systems.

II. Research Aptitude

Research: Meaning, characteristics and types. Steps of Research. Methods of research; Research

Ethics. Paper, article, workshop, seminar conference and symposium Thesis writing: its characteristics and format

III. Reading Comprehension

A passage to be set with questions to be answered.

IV. Communication

Communication: Nature, characteristics, types, barriers and effective classroom communication.

V. Reasoning (Including Mathematical)

Number series; letter series; codes; Relationships; classification.

VI. Logical Reasoning

Understanding the structure of arguments; Evaluating and distinguishing deductive and inductive reasoning Verbal analogies: Word analogy - Applied analogy Verbal classification. Reasoning Logical Diagrams: Simple diagrammatic relationship, multi-diagrammatic relationship; Venn diagram; Analytical Reasoning

VII. Data Interpretation

Sources, acquisition and interpretation of data; Quantitative and qualitative data. Graphical representation and mapping of data.

VIII. Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

ICT: meaning, advantages, disadvantages and uses; General abbreviations and terminology

Basics of internet and e-mailing.

X. Higher Education System: Governance, Polity And Administration

Structure of the institutions for higher learning and research in India- Formal & distance education- Professional/technical and general education- Value education- Governance, polity and administration- concept, institutions and their interactions.

 

Syllabus for UGC NET JRF Social Work (Code No.10)

Paper - II & Paper - III (A) (Core Group)

Introduction to Social Work

- I

Evolution of Social Work Profession - Impact of Social Reform Movements- Factors that influenced the emergence of method approach in Social Work Practice- Social Work Profession and Human

Unit

Rights. Philosophy and Principles of Social Work and their application - System Approach to Social Work Practice- Role of Social Work in the Remedial, Preventive and Developmental Models. Definition, Relevance and Scope of Integrated Approach to Social Work Practice, Skills and Techniques. Social Work Education - Content, Training, Supervision, Problems and Challenges.

 

Man and Society

- II

Meaning and Characteristics of Society, Community, Social Group and Social Institution - Social Structure and Social Stratification - Theories of Social Change and Social Disorganisation. Tribal, Rural and Urban Communities, Weaker and Vulnerable Sections and Minority Groups - Population, Poverty, Unemployment, Underdevelopment. Problems of Developing Economies and

Unit

Consequences of New Economic Policy - Concept of Welfare State, Indian Constitution - Features, Problems, Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles - Planning in India, Five-Year Plans. Concept and Causative Factors of Indian Social Problems Analysis, Intervention in Social Problems - Government and Voluntary Efforts at Micro- and Macro-levels. Role of the Social Workers in identifying social problems and development of appropriate strategies.

Human Growth & Development

Unit -III

Human Behaviour. Human Needs, Human Motivation and Problems of Human Behaviour and Coping Mechanisms. Human Growth and Development in the Lifespan of Individual. Learning, Socialisation and Theories of Personality

Working with Individuals / Case Work

Unit -IV

Case work - Concept, Objectives and Principles. Social Case Work Process - Intake, Study, Social Diagnosis, Treatment, Termination and Evaluation. Approaches in Case Work - Psychoanalytical, Psycho-social, Problem Solving, Behaviour Modification, Crisis Intervention and Eclectic Approach. Techniques and skills in Social Case Work - Interviews, Home visit, Resource Mobilisation, Referral, Environmental Modification, Case Work Relationship, Communication - Types of Recording in Case Work. Role of Social Case Worker in Various Settings.

Working with Groups /Group Work

Unit -V

Concept of Group Work - Assumptions, Definition and Goals of Group Work. Principles, Skills and Values of Social Group Work. Stages of Group Development and Use of Programmes for Group Development - Orientation Stage, Working Stage, Termination Stage, Programme Planning, Implementation and Evaluation. Study of Group Process - Group Dynamics, Member's behaviour. Leadership and Role of the Worker in Various Settings. Approaches and Models in Group Work Practice - Therapeutic / Social Treatment. Development Group and Task oriented Group.

Working with Communities /Community organization

Unit -VI

Concept, Principles and Objectives of Community Organisation. Approaches in Community Organisation - Models, Strategies and Role of Social Worker in each of the Approaches - Community Development and Community Organisation. Social Action in Community Organisation - Concept, Purpose and Techniques - Community Organisation as a Para-political Process - Networking, Conscientization, Planning and Organising - Roles and Strategies of Social movements - Types and Role of NGOs.

 

Social Work Research

Unit -VII

Definition, Nature, Scope and Purposes of Social Work Research - Research Designs, Types and Methods. Steps in Social Work Research-Problem Formulation, Operationalization of Variables, Sampling, Tools and Techniques of Data Collection, Data Analysis and Report Writing - Role and Responsibilities of the Researcher. Statistics - its use and limitation in Social Work Research (measures of central tendency, chi-square test, t-test, correlation).

Social Policy & Social Welfare

Unit -VIII

Social Policy - Concept and Scope, Distinction between Social and Economic Policies, Place of Ideology and Values. Evolution of Social Policy in India - Review of Major Policies and Programmes, viz., Education, Health, Shelter, Environment, Social Security, Employment, Family, Child, Women and Youth Welfare, Welfare of the Weaker Sections, Elderly and Disabled - Characteristics of Social Welfare Organisations -Size, Nature, Design, Legal Status, Rules and Procedure and Overall Policy. Management of Social Welfare Organisations (Government and voluntary) - Home relation. Financial relation and Physical relation - Programme and Project Management - Identifying Overall and Specific Needs, Project Formulation, Monitoring and Evaluation, Recording and Accountability.

Social legislation & Social Justice

Unit -IX

Concept of Social Justice - Its relationship with Social Legislation; Civil Rights - Human Rights and Issues of Social Justice - Legislations pertaining to Women and Children, Social Defence, Social Security and Social Assistance, people with Disability, and the Underprivileged - Health related Legislations. Role of Social Worker in promoting Social Legislation and Social Justice.

 

Social Development

Unit -IX

Social Development Meaning, Concept and Indicators. Approaches and Strategies - Growth and Equity, Minimum Needs, Quality of Life - Global Efforts for Human Development - Concept of Sustainable Development - Social Work and Social Development - Problems of Social Development in India.

 

Paper-111(B) (Elective / Optional)

 

Human Resource Management/ Personnel Management /Labour Welfare

Elective I

Labour Welfare and Human Resource Management - Concept, Principles and Approaches - Problems concerning Industrial Labour in India - Absenteeism, Migratory Character, Indebtedness and Exploitation. Concept of Collective Bargaining, Workers' Participation in Management and HRD Sub-systems - Legislations - Factories Act 1948, and other Legislations relating to Trade Unions, Industrial Disputes, Employees' State Insurance, Wages, Gratuity, P.F., Bonus, Plantation, Mines and Others. Role of Welfare Officer - Use of Social Work Knowledge and Skills.

 

Medical and Psychiatric Social Work

Elective II

Evolution of Social Work Practice in the field of Medical and Psychiatric Social Work in India, Emerging Trends and Scope - Health / Mental Health Care System - Policies, Programmes, Analysis of existing Health Policies, Major Health Concerns of Disadvantaged Groups - Social and Psychological Factors and Physical and Mental Disorders. Role of Social Work in Health Care - Delivery System and in Institutions for the Disabled - Social Work Practice in Hospitals, Specialized Medical and Mental Health Institutions - Child Guidance Clinics, Stress and Crisis Intervention Centres

 

Community Development

Elective

Concept, Goals, Process and Models of Community Development - Needs and Problems Related to Urban, Rural and Tribal Development - Institution of Panchayat Raj - Philosophy, Role and Functions - Government Programmes and Service for the Development of Tribals, Schedule Castes, Women and Children in Urban, Rural and Tribal Areas. Role of NGOs in Urban, Rural and in Tribal Development.

 

Family & Child Welfare

Elective V

Changes in Demographical and Social Situations of Families, Women, Youth, Aged and Children in India - Problems of Families, Women, Youth, Aged and Children in India - Social Legislation for Families, Women and Children - Policies, Programmes and Services for Families, Women, Youth, Aged and Children at Government, NGO, National and International levels -Social Work Intervention with Families, Children, Women, Elderly and People with Special Needs.

 

Correctional Social Work

Elective VI

Concepts of Crime and Deviance - Theories of Causation. Objectives, Forms and Justification of Punishment - Limitations of Punishment - Correctional Services - Nature and Evolution, Adult and Juvenile Correctional Programmes, Institutional and Community Based Treatment, Legal Provisions- Intervention Programmes for Victims of Violence - Neglect and Abuse. Juvenile Delinquency Nature and Causes, Juvenile Justice Law and Organisation. Role of Social Worker in Correctional settings.

Note to readers...... Please click on the numbers given in brackets to go to the link.

Unit I Introduction to Social Work Concepts related to Unit I

Profession [1] [2]

  • 2. Social Reform [1]

2A. Social Reform Movements [1]

Reform Movements [1]

[2]

[2] [3] [4] 2B. Impact of Social

  • 3. Methods of Social Work Practice 3A. Approach in Social Work Practice 3B. Factors that

influenced the Social Work Practice

  • 4. Human Rights [1]

[2]

[3]

[4] [5] 4A. Social Work Profession & Human Rights [1]

  • 5. Philosophy of Social Work 5A. Principles of Social Work [1] [2] [3] 5B. Application of

Philosophy and Principles of Social Work

  • 6. System Approach 6A. System Approach in Social Work Practice [1] [2]

  • 7. Meaning of Role 7A. Models of Social Work 7B. Remedial Social Work 7C. Preventive

Social Work 7D.Developmental Social Work

  • 8. Definition of Integrated Approach in Social Work Practice 8A. Relevance of Integrated

Approach in Social Work Practice 8B. Scope of Integrated Approach in Social Work Practice

  • 9. Skills 9A. Techniques 9B. Skills and Techniques of social worker

10. Social Work Education 10A. Content of Social Work Education 10B. Training for Social Work Education 10C.Supervision in Social Work Education 10D. Problems in Social Work

Education 10E. Challenges in Social Work

Unit II- Sociology for Social Workers / Man & Society Concepts related to Unit II

  • 1. Meaning and Characteristics of Society

[1]

[2]

1A.

Meaning and Characteristics of

Community [1] [2] 1B. Meaning and Characteristics of Social Group [1] [2] [3] 1C. Meaning

and Characteristics of Social Institution [1] [2] [3] 1D. Meaning and Characteristics of Social Structure [1] [2] [3] 1E. Meaning and Characteristics of Social Stratification

  • 2. Theories of Social Change [1] 2A. Theories of Social Disorganisation. [1] [2] [3] [4]

  • 3. Tribal Communities 3A. Rural Communities 3B. Urban Communities 3C. Weaker Sections

3D. Vulnerable Sections 3E. Minority Groups

4.

Population

[1]

[2]

[3]

Underdevelopment

[4]

4A.

Poverty

[1]

[2]

4C.Unemployment 4D.

  • 5. Problems of Developing Economies 5A. Consequences of New Economic Policy.

  • 6. Concept of Welfare State

  • 7. Indian Constitution [1] 7A. Features of Indian Constitution [1] 7B Problems of Indian

Constitution 7C. Fundamental Rights [1] 7D. Directive Principles [1] [2]

  • 8. Planning in India [1] 8A. Five-Year Plans [1]

9.Concept of Social Problems [1] [2] 9A. Causative Factors of Social Problems 9B. Social Problems in India 9C. Analysis of Social Problems 9D. Intervention in Social Problems 9E.

Government intervention at Micro- and Macro-levels 9F. Voluntary intervention at Micro- and Macro-levels 9G. Role of the Social Workers in identifying social problems and development of appropriate strategies.

Unit III Psychology for social Workers / Human Growth & Development Concepts related to Unit II

1C.

Problems of Human Behaviour [1] 1D. Coping Mechanisms [1] [2] [3]

  • 2. Human Growth and Development in the Lifespan of Individual [1]

  • 3. Learning [1] 3A. Socialisation [1]

  • 4. Theories of Personality [1]

Unit IV-Case Work / Working with Individuals Concepts related to Unit IV

  • 1. Concept of Case work [1] [2] [3] 1A. Objectives of Case work 1B. Principles of Case work

  • 2. Social Case Work Process 2A. Intake 2B. Study 2C. Social Diagnosis 2D Treatment

2E.Termination 2F. Evaluation

  • 3. Approaches in Case Work 3A. Psychoanalytical Approach 3B. Psycho-social Approach

3C.Problem Solving Approach 3D.Behaviour Modification Approach 3E. Crisis Intervention Approach 3F.Eclectic Approach

  • 4. Techniques in Social Case Work 4A.Interview in Social Case Work [1] 4B. Home visit in

Social Case Work 4C. Resource Mobilisation in Social Case Work 4D. Referral in Social Case Work, 4E.Environmental Modification in Social Case Work 4F.Case Work Relationship, 4G.Communication in Social Case Work

  • 5. Recording in Case Work 5A. Types of Recording in Case Work

  • 6. Role of Social Case Worker 6A. Role of Social Case Worker in Various Settings.

  • 1. Concept of Group Work [1] [2] [3] [4] 1A. Definition of Group Work 2B.Assumptions of

Group Work 2C. Goals of Group Work

  • 2. Principles of Social Group Work 2A.Skills of Social Group Work 2B. Values of Social Group

Work

  • 3. Group Development 3A. Stages in Group Development - Orientation Stage, Working

Stage, Termination Stage, Programme Planning, Implementation and Evaluation. 4A. Use of Programmes for Group Development 5A. Study of Group Process - Group Dynamics, Member's behaviour. 6A. Leadership and Role of the Worker in Various Settings. 7A. Approaches and Models in Group Work Practice - Therapeutic / Social Treatment. Development Group and Task oriented Group

Unit VI- Community Organization / Working with Communities Concepts related to Unit VI

  • 1. Concept of Community Organisation 1A. Principles of Community Organisation 1B. Objectives of Community Organisation. [1] [2]

  • 2. Approaches in Community Organisation 2A. Models in Community Organisation 2B. Strategies in Community Organisation 2C. Role of Social Worker in each of the Approaches

  • 3. Community Development and Community Organisation.

  • 4. Social Action in Community Organisation [1] 4A. Concept, Purpose and Techniques of Social Action [1] [2]

  • 5. Community Organisation as a Para-political Process

  • 6. Networking, Conscientization, Planning and Organising

  • 7. Roles and Strategies of Social movements

  • 8. Types and Role of NGOs. [1] [2]

[3]

Unit VII Social Work Research Concepts related to Unit VII

  • 1. Definition, Nature, Scope and Purposes of Social Work Research [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]

  • 2. Research Designs, Types and Methods.

  • 3. Steps in Social Work Research-Problem Formulation, Operationalization of Variables,

Sampling, Tools and Techniques of Data Collection, Data Analysis and Report Writing

  • 4. Role and Responsibilities of the Researcher.

  • 5. Statistics - its use and limitation in Social Work Research (measures of central tendency, chi square test, t-test, correlation). [1] [2] [3]

Unit VIII Social Policy & Social Welfare Concepts related to Unit VIII

  • 1. Social Policy - Concept and Scope, [1] [2]

  • 2. Distinction between Social and Economic Policies, Place of Ideology and Values.

  • 3. Evolution of Social Policy in India [1] [2]

  • 4. Review of Major Policies and Programmes, viz., Education [1] [2]

[5]

[6]

Health [1] [2] [3] Shelter Environment, Social Security, Employment, Family, Child,

Women and Youth Welfare, Welfare of the Weaker Sections, Elderly and Disabled

  • 5. Characteristics of Social Welfare Organisations -Size, Nature, Design, Legal Status, Rules and Procedure and Overall Policy.

  • 6. Management of Social Welfare Organisations (Government and voluntary) Home relation. Financial relation and Physical relation

  • 7. Programme and Project Management - Identifying Overall and Specific Needs, Project

Formulation, Monitoring and Evaluation [1] [2]

  • 8. Recording and Accountability.

Unit IX Social Legislation & Social Justice Concepts related to Unit IX

  • 1. Concept of Social Justice [1] [2] 1A. Social Justice & Social Legislation 1C.Human Rights 1D. Issues of Social Justice

1B. Civil Rights

  • 2. Legislations pertaining to Women and Children [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] Legislations pertaining to Social Defence, 2B. Legislations pertaining to Social Security and Social Assistance 2C. Legislations pertaining to people with Disability 2D. Legislations pertaining to Underprivileged 2E. Health related Legislations.

3.

Role of Social Worker in promoting Social Legislation and Social Justice.

Unit X Social Development

Concepts related to Unit X

  • 1. Meaning of Social Development [1] [2] 1A.Concept of Social Development 1B. Indicators [1] [2] [3]

Approaches and Strategies of Social Development

  • 2. Growth and Equity 2A.Minimum Needs [1] 2B. Quality of Life [1] [2]

  • 3. Global Efforts for Human Development

  • 4. Concept of Sustainable Development [1] [2] [3]

  • 5. Social Work and Social Development [1]

  • 6. Problems of Social Development in India.

Paper-111(B) (Elective / Optional)

Elective I. Human Resource Management/ Personnel Management /Labour Welfare

  • 1. Concept, Principles and Approaches of Labour Welfare and Human Resource Management [1] [2] [3]

  • 2. Problems concerning Industrial Labour in India - Absenteeism, Migratory Character, Indebtedness and Exploitation.

  • 3. Concept of Collective Bargaining, Workers' Participation in Management

  • 4. HRD Sub-systems

  • 5. Legislations [1] [2] Factories Act 1948 [1] [2] [3] relating to Trade Unions Act [1] Industrial Disputes Act [1] Employees' State Insurance,

  • 6. Legislations relating to Wages Gratuity [1] Provident Fund Bonus Plantation Mines and Others [1].

  • 7. Role of Welfare Officer Use of Social Work Knowledge and Skills.

Paper-111(B) (Elective / Optional) Elective II. Medical and Psychiatric Social Work

  • 1. Evolution of Social Work Practice in the field of Medical and Psychiatric Social Work in India

  • 2. Emerging Trends and Scope Health [1] [2] [3] / Mental Health Care System [1] [2] [3] [4]- Policies, Programmes [1]

  • 3. Analysis of existing Health Policies [1] [2] [3]

  • 4. Major Health Concerns of Disadvantaged Groups - Social and Psychological Factors and Physical

& Mental Disorders.

  • 5. Role of Social Work in Health Care - Delivery System and in Institutions for the Disabled

  • 6. Social Work Practice in Hospitals, Specialized Medical and Mental Health Institutions [1] Child Guidance Clinics, Stress and Crisis Intervention Centres

Paper-111(B) (Elective / Optional)

Elective III. Community Development

  • 1. Community Development 1A. Concept 1B. Goals 1C.Process and 1D.Models

  • 2. Needs and Problems Related to Urban, Rural and Tribal Development

  • 3. Institution of Panchayat Raj Philosophy, Role and Functions

  • 4. Government Programmes and Service for the Development of Tribals, Schedule Castes, Women

and Children in Urban, Rural and Tribal Areas.

  • 5. Role of NGOs in Urban, Rural and in Tribal Development.

Paper-111(B) (Elective / Optional)

Elective IV. Family & Child Welfare

  • 1. Changes in Demographical and

Social Situations

in India

[1]

[2]

2B.Women [1] [2] [3] 3C.Youth 4D.Aged

[1] 5E. Children in India [1]

[3] 1A.Families [1]

[2]

  • 2. Problems of Families, Women, Youth, Aged and Children in India

  • 3. Social Legislation for Families, Women and Children [1]

  • 4. Policies, Programmes and Services for Families, Women, Youth, Aged and Children at

Government, NGO, National and International levels

  • 5. Social Work Intervention with Families, Children, Women, Elderly and People with Special

Needs.

Paper-111(B) (Elective / Optional)

Elective V. Correctional Social Work

  • 1. Concepts of Crime and Deviance [1] [2] [3] 1A. Theories about Causation of crime.

  • 2. Objectives, Forms and Justification of Punishment [1] 2A. Limitations of Punishment

  • 3. Nature and Evolution Correctional Services [1] 3A. Adult and Juvenile Correctional Programmes,

3B. Institutional and Community Based Treatment

  • 4. Legal and Intervention Programmes for Victims of Violence [1] 4A. Neglect and Abuse.

  • 5. Nature and Causes of Juvenile Delinquency [1] 5A. Juvenile Justice Law and Organisation.

  • 6. Role of Social Worker in Correctional settings [1]