|Scheme of Grading||Annual|
|Eligibility||Any person who has obtained MA (Social Work) degree from any recognized university of India or abroad with 55% or more marks or equivalent grade shall be eligible to apply for admission to MPhil Social Work. Candidates awaiting their result of final year examination can also apply.|
Objectives of the MPhil programme:
(a) To provide an advanced course of study to post-graduates in Social Work
A. Core Courses (Compulsory for all candidates)
· Course I Research Methods in Social Work and Statistics
B. Optional Papers (Anyone of the following to be selected by the candidates)
1. Social Action and Social Movement
C. Elective Papers (Anyone of the following to be selected by the candidates)
1. Child Development
Seats and Selection Process
1. The maximum enrolment in the M. Phil. Programme shall be 20 students.
Non NET UGC Fellowships
Admission to MPhil Programme under non-net UGC new scheme of Research Fellowships(also for those who are not in receipt of fellowship from any source), shall be in strict accordance with the following guidelines:-
The time frame for completion of MPhil Programme is 2 years from the date of admission.Only full time MPhil Programme is offered.
Scheme of Examination
The M Phil programme constitutes two parts. Part I consisting of theory papers and the other Part II consisting of dissertation. A candidate admitted to the MPhil Programme will be evaluated on the basis of performance in the Part-I Examination as well as dissertation and viva-voce.
1. Every student shall be required to submit assignments prescribed by the teachers. He/She will be required to attend at least 75% of the lectures and seminars.
1. Successful candidates of Part-I will start work on the selection of topics for their dissertation and preparation of the research proposal. The proposal shall be approved by the MPhil Committee and the allotment of supervisors will be made by the Head of the Department in consultation with teachers who have competence in the area of study.