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Periyar Nagar, Vallam Thanjavur - 613 403, Tamil Nadu, India
Phone: +91 - 4362 -264642, Fax: + 91 - 4362 - 264660
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CENTRE FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT
MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK
(Integrated and Lateral Full Time Courses)
CURRICULUM AND SYLLABUS
(2011 - REGULATION)
MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK
Curriculum (2011 – Regulation
Integrated and Lateral Full Time Courses)
Semester - I
Code No
Course Title
L
T
P
C
YSW 101
Tamil - I
6
-
-
6
YSW 102
English - I
6
-
-
6
YSW 103
Fundamentals of Computer Science
6
-
-
6
YSW 104
Introduction to Sociology
6
-
-
6
YSW 105
Periyar Thought and Social Reforms
6
-
-
6
Total Credits
30
Semester - II
Code No
Course Title
L
T
P
C
YSW 201
Tamil - II
5
-
-
5
YSW 202
English - II
5
-
-
5
YSW 203
Introduction to Social Work
5
-
-
5
YSW 204
Theories of Social work
5
-
-
5
YSW 205
Language Lab
2
18
10
Total Credits
30
Semester - III
Code No
Course Title
L
T
P
C
YSW 301
Demography and Population Dynamics
5
-
-
5
YSW 302
Welfare of the Weaker Sections
5
-
-
5
YSW 303
Dynamics of Human Behaviour
5
-
-
5
YSW 304
Methods of Social Work
5
-
-
5
YSW 305
Field Work - I
2
18
10
Total Credits
30
Semester - IV
Code No
Course Title
L
T
P
C
YSW 401
Social Problems in India
5
-
-
5
YSW 402
Correctional Social Work
5
-
-
5
YSW 403
Indian Political System
5
-
-
5
YSW 404
Basics of Counselling
5
-
-
5
YSW 405
Field Work - II
2
18
10
Total Credits
30
Semester - V
Code No
Course Title
L
T
P
C
YSW 501
Environmental Science and Engineering
5
-
-
5
YSW 502
Basics of Social Work Research
5
-
-
5
YSW 503
Entrepreneurial Development
5
-
-
5
YSW 504
Social Welfare Administration
5
-
-
5
YSW 505
Field Work - III
2
18
10
Total Credits
30
Semester - VI
Code No
Course Title
L
T
P
C
YSW 601
Professional Ethics and Values
5
-
-
5
YSW 602
Disaster Management
5
-
-
5
YSW 603
Social Legislations
5
-
-
5
YSW 604
Women and Child Welfare
5
-
-
5
YSW 605
Mini Project Work
2
18
10
Total Credits
30
Semester - VII
Code No
YSW 701
Course Title
Advanced concepts in Social Work and
L
T
P
C
4
-
-
4
Society
YSW 702
Social Case Work
4
-
-
4
YSW 703
Total Quality Management
4
-
-
4
YSW 704
Community Organization and Social Action
4
-
-
4
YSW 705
Social Group Work
4
-
-
4
YSW 706
Field Work - IV
2
18
10
Total Credits
30
Semester – VIII
Code No
Course Title
L
T
P
C
YSW 801
Human Growth and Personality Development
4
-
-
4
YSW 802
Social Work Research and Statistics
4
-
-
4
YSW 803
Social Engineering
4
-
-
4
YSW 804
Social Policy and Human Rights
4
-
-
4
YSW 805
Social Work and Disability Management
4
-
-
4
YSW 806
Field Work - V
2
18
10
Semester-IX
Course Title
Code No
YSW901
Gerantological Social Work
YSW902/YSW 906/
YSW /910
YSW903/YSW 907/
YSW /911
YSW904/YSW 908/
YSW /912
YSW905/YSW 909/
YSW /913
YSW 914
Elective-I
Elective-II
Elective-III
Elective-IV
L
T
P
C
4
-
-
4
4
-
-
4
4
-
-
4
4
-
-
4
4
-
-
4
2
18
10
Field Work-VI
Total Credits
30
Semester-X
Code No
YSW1001
YSW1002
Course Title
Major Project Work
L
-
Block Placement - Internship
Total Credits
-
C
T
P
-
28
14
-
32
16
30
Note: Fieldwork in IX Semester, Block Placement - Internship and Major
Project Work in X Semester will be based on Elective. Elective based Major
Project Work (YSW1001) and Block Placement Internship (YSW1002) for Six
Months and they are given in lieu of 2 courses (papers).
ELECTIVE COURSES
Clinical Social Work
Code
No
ELECTIVE
Course Title
L
T
P
C
YSW902 Elective-I
Community Health
4
-
-
4
YSW903 Elective-II
Mental Health
4
-
-
4
YSW904 Elective-III
Medical Social Work
4
-
-
4
YSW905 Elective-IV
Psychiatric Social Work
4
-
-
4
L
T
P
C
4
-
-
4
4
-
-
4
Development Management
Code
No
ELECTIVE
Course Title
Rural and Tribal
YSW906 Elective-I
Community Development
YSW907 Elective-II
Urban Community
Development
YSW908 Elective-III
Project Management
4
-
-
4
YSW909 Elective-IV
Development Communication
4
-
-
4
L
T
P
C
4
-
-
4
4
-
-
4
Organizational Behaviour
4
-
-
4
Human Resource
4
-
-
4
Human Resources Management
Code
No
ELECTIVE
YSW910 Elective-I
YSW911 Elective-II
YSW912 Elective-III
YSW913 Elective-IV
Course Title
Human Resources
Management
Labour Welfare & Industrial
Relations
Development
MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK - FIELD WORK & PROJECT SYLLBUS
(Integrated and Lateral Full Time Courses – Regulation 2011)
L-T-P-C
YSW 205
Language lab (Practical)
0-2-18-10
Paper – V
Semester II
(30 Days Common Concurrent lab-work )
Students are to be given oratorical, listening and writing practice in
language lab (English and Tamil), they have to be sensitized with social
work professional living. At the end of the lab practices the students have
to gain confidence in listening, speaking and writing ability in both
English and Tamil languages.
L-T-P-C
YSW 305
Semester III
FIELD WORK - I
Observational visits and Rural /Tribal Camp
0-2-18-10
Paper – V
(30 Days Common Concurrent Field-work )
3 Orientation classes by different social work field practitioner and 5
observational visits. Rural /Tribal Camp - 7 Days (Pilot Visits, Survey,
Pre Camp Session, Resource Mobilization and Fixing Resource persons,
Execution, Report preparation and Post Camp Session – Total 4 Weeks)
L-T-P-C
YSW 405
Semester IV
FIELD WORK – II
0-2-18-10
Group Project
Paper – V
(30 Days Common Concurrent Field-work )
Group of three/ four students shall be grouped to observe, survey,
learn, plan and to execute Group and community awareness campaign
on social issues (A minimum of four) with the guidance of their respective
faculty adviser.
L-T-P-C
YSW 505
FIELD WORK - III
0-2-18-10
Paper – V
Semester V
(30 Days Common Concurrent Field-work Placement)
Group of two/ three students shall be placed in a village/ panchayat to
observe, survey, learn, plan and to facilitate rural development
programmes specific to that village / panchayat along with the local
leaders, with the guidance of their respective faculty adviser.
L-T-P-C
YSW 605
Semester VI
Mini Project
0-2-18-10
Paper – V
Mini Project Work
Commencement of the mini project work in December- VI semester.
Submission of project dissertation in May – VI Semester.
L-T-P-C
YSW 706
FIELD WORK - IV
0-2-18-10
Paper – VI
Semester VII
(30 Days – Observational visits, Camp, Group project)
Students have three General orientation classes handled by the internal
faculty, three orientation classes on the electives by Field practitioner
and Five Observation Visits. Rural/Tribal Camp -7 Days (Survey, Pilot
Visits, Pre Camp Session, Resource Mobilization and Fixing Resource
persons, Execution, Report Preparation and Post Camp Session.
Students have to organize two Group Awareness Campaign on a selected
Social Issue.
L-T-P-C
YSW 806
FIELD WORK - V
0-2-18-10
Paper – VI
Semester VIII
(30 Days Common Concurrent Field-work Placement)
Students are individually placed in an organization/agency, (such as
Home for the Aged, Disabled, Schools, Rehabilitation Settings, Deaddiction centres etc.,) to observe, learn, plan and to intervene with
methods of Social Work: Case Work (6), Group Work (4) Community
Organization programme (2).
L-T-P-C
YSW 914
Semester IX
FIELD WORK - VI
0-2-18-10
Paper – VI
(30 Days – Elective Based Concurrent Field-work Placement)
Elective based placements to students for 30 days, to practice methods of
Social Work: Case Work (6), Group Work (4) Community Organization
programme (2).
LTPC
YSW 1001
MAJOR PROJECT WORK,
SEMESTER – X
0-0-28-14
PAPER – I
(Elective based Major Project Work for Six Months)
Major Project Work
This project work is given in lieu of 2 courses (papers).
Commencement of the project work in December- X semester.
Submission of project dissertation in May – X Semester.
Students are permitted to do their major project at their Block
Placement Internship (Industry/Hospital/Organization).
L-T-P-C
YSW 1002
BLOCK PLACEMENT- INTERNSHIP
Semester X
0-0-32-16
Paper – II
(Elective based Block Placement Internship for Six Months)
This Block Placement Internship is given in lieu of 2 courses (papers).
Identification of Block Placement –At the end of November.
Commencement of Internship–First week of December.
Completion of Block Placement & Reporting – Last working day of
May.
LTPC
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YSW 101
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LTPC
YSW 102
6-0-0-6
ENGLISH - I
SEMESTER – I
PAPER - II
UNIT - I
Focus on Languages: Word formation: Prefixes and suffixes- synonyms
and antonyms- nominal Compounds – homonyms – homophones – use of
words as nouns and Verbs and phrasal verbs –parts of speech – sentence
patterns – connectives
UNIT – II
Functional Grammar: Verb and verb patterns – Tense forms – concordmodel
verbs-
infinitives
-
Gerund-
participles-
Transitive
and
Intransitive- Degrees of comparison - Conditional Clauses- purpose and
function expressing sentences - Comparison and contrast- cause and
effect constructions- reported Speeches- use of correlatives- Tag
questions.
UNIT - III
Extensive Reading - Techniques of reading loud reading exercises- News
Reading exercises- rearranging jumbled sentences- reading articles on
Scientists. Statesmen and eminent personalities.
UNIT - IV
Intensive Reading: Reading Comprehension- Note making exercises –
practicing skimming and scanning- Rhetorical functions (narrative,
descriptive and argumentative) Idioms and phrases, Phrasal verbs
UNIT – V
Writing: Framing questions and answering (Wh type and Yes or No type)
Report Writing – Summarizing- Paragraph writing – essay writing – letter
Writing (personal, Business, letter of application, letters to the editor)
resume writing, drafting e-mail minutes of the meeting – memos
REFFERENCES :
1
V.R.Narayanaswami, Strengthen your writing, Orient Longman, Chennai,
1993
2
Macve O’ Comor, Writing Successfully in Science, Chapman & Hall, London,
1995H. Martin, Steps to Eng Composition Book IV College Essays, Chand &
Co New Delhi, 1997
3
P.Arangasamy, Senior English Grammar, Siva Publications, Thanjavur,2007
YSW103
FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
SEMESTER – I
LTPC
6-0-0-6
PAPER – III
UNIT - I
Definition – Characteristics of Computer – Evolutions of Computer –
Generations
of
Computer
–
Basic
Computer
Organization
–
Classifications of Computer.
UNIT - II
Computer Number System: Decimal Number System – Binary Number
System – Octal Number System – Hexadecimal Number System –
Converting from one number system to another - Computer Arithmetic –
Addition – Subtraction – Multiplication – Division.
UNIT - III
Input Output Unit: Input Devices: Keyboard – Point-and Draw Devices –
Data Scanning Devices - Digitizer – Electronic Card Reader – Voice
Recognition System – Output Devices : Monitor – Printers – Plotters –
Screen Image Projector – Voice Response Systems.
UNIT – IV
Processor and Memory: The Central processing Unit – The Main
Memory – Main Memory Organization ROM – Types of ROM – RAM –
Faster storage devices: Magnetic Tape – Magnetic Disk – Optical Disc –
Mass Storage Devices.
UNIT - V
Application
Software
Packages:
Word
Processing
Package
–
Spreadsheet Package – Graphics Package – The Internet – E-mailing –
Visiting Websites – Creation of Web pages – Using free Software available
in websites.
REFERENCES
1
Pradeep
K.Sinha
,Computer
Fundamental,
3rd
Edition,
BPB
Publications, 2003
2
Introduction to Information Technology, ITL Education Solutions Ltd.
Pearson Edition, 2006, ISBN:81 – 7758 – 118 – X
LTPC
YSW 104
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
SEMESTER – I
6-0-0-6
PAPER – IV
UNIT - I
Definition, nature and scope of sociology; relationship with other
disciplines – Psychology,
Political science , Anthropology ,Economics
and History. Sociological methods: Observation, Case study, Survey,
Experimentation.
UNIT – II
Human Society:
Definition, Types, Socialization Process. Community;
Meaning and Types, Institutions; Family, Marriage, Education. Social
groups; Nature Classifications.
UNIT – III
Culture and Civilization,
Folkways and Mores, Custom, Law and
Fashion, Social Stratification; Castes and Class.
UNIT – IV
Social Disorganization and Major Social Problems: Poverty, Juvenile
delinquency, Scheduled Caste and Tribes, Ageing, and Alcoholism.
UNIT – V
Social change: Nature and Meaning, Process of social change, Factors
of social change and Roles of social workers.
* Basic understanding of Major Social Problems is expected.
REFERENCES:
1. ISRA .P.D, Social work philosophy And methods, Inter India publications,
New Delhi, 1994.
2. RAM AHUJA, Social problems in India, Rawat publications, New Delhi, 2006.
3. VIDYA BHUSAN, An introduction to Social work, Kitab Mahal, Patna, 2006.
4. SHANKAR RAO C.N, Sociology, Introduction to Social Thought, Chand &
Company, New Delhi, 2006.
5. SUBHEDAR I.S, Field work training in social work, Rawat publications, New
Delhi, 2001.
6. PAUL CHOWDHRY .D, Introduction to Social work, ATMA RAM, New
Delhi, 2005.
7. RAJENDRA .K, Social change and social control, Atlantic, Delhi, 2007.
8. SHANMUGAVELAYUTHAM .K, Social legislation and social change, Vayha,
Chennai, 1998.
YSW 105
PERIYAR THOUGHT AND SOCIAL REFORMS
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YSW 201
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ENGLISH II
SEMESTER – II
5-0-0-5
PAPER – II
UNIT – I
Extensive Listening: Listening with understating to recorded, structured talks
and class room lectures – Comprehending the matter –Active versus passive
listening – traits of listening – Paraphrasing – listening and answering questions
– cloze exercise – vocabulary building – dictionary habits.
UNIT – II
Intensive Listening: Listening for specific information – tips for effective
listening – note taking –guided and open –listening to specific speeches
interviews and debates – understanding the link between different parts
of
speeches –sounds, stores, and intonation –question tag.
UNIT –III
Speaking: Oral practice –development confidence –introducing oneself - asking
for or eliciting information –offering suggestions and recommendations –role
play- expressing opinions (agreement and disagreement) narrating events,
giving introduction –welcome speech –proposing vote of thanks –describing
objects. Presenting information –process description.
UNIT – IV
Conversational Practice: I Familiarizing courtesy words. Greeting and
salutations, fillers in conversation Face to face conversation – Telephone
conversation – situational dialogues –role play activities –nuances conversation.
UNIT – V
Conversational Practice: II Practicing Skit Writing – Tone of the Conversation
(formal an informal) understating the conversation –Reading one act playspractice performance of any one –act drama.
LTPC
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INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK
SEMESTER – II
5-0-0-5
PAPER – III
UNIT - I
Social Work, Social Welfare, Social Service – meaning, difference between
Social Service and Social Work.
UNIT - II
Social Work as a Profession: Nature and scope, Principles, Professional
Social work and Voluntary Social Work.
UNIT - III
Historical Development of Social Work: as a Profession in the west and
in India. Voluntary Social Work: Integration of Voluntary Social Work
and Professional Social Work.
UNIT - IV
Modern Indian Social Thoughts: Atheism, Feminism, Rationalism and
Periyarisim.
UNIT - V
Social Work and Future: Professional identification, Private Practice,
Accountability, Public relations- Status of the Social Workers. Roles of
Social Workers in various settings of practice, Role of State, Central
Government, and voluntary agencies in developing social welfare through
4 Ps: Private, Public, Panchayat and Partnership.
REFERENCES:
1. Friedlander, W.A., Introduction to social Welfare, New Delhi, Prentice Hall, 1977
2. Turner F.J., social work Treatment, New York, Free Press. 1974.
3. Rameshwari Devi. Ravi Prakash, Social Work and Social welfare Administration
(Methods and Practice) Vol I and Vol I. Mangal Deep Publication, Jaipur, 1998.
4. P.D. Misra, Social Work Philosophy and Methods, Inter –India Publications , New
Delhi
YSW 204
LTPC
5-0-0-5
THEORIES OF SOCIAL WORK
SEMESTER – II
PAPER – IV
UNIT - I
Theory and Social Work: Introduction – Concept of Theory – Relevance
and importance of Theories in Social Work.
UNIT - II
Role Theory: Meaning – Concept of Role in Social Work – Role Conflict Application of Role Theory in Social Work.
UNIT - III
Gestalt Theory: Introduction – Meaning – Concept Gestalt Theory – its
impact on social Practice, Treatment Methods and Techniques.
UNIT - IV
Crisis Theory: Introduction – Meaning – Concept of Crisis Theory –
Social work practice in crisis situation – Treatment in Crisis Theory.
UNIT - V
Psycho – Analytic Theory: Introduction – Meaning – Concept of
Psychoanalytic Theory – its impact on social practice, Treatment methods
and Techniques.
REFERENCES
1. Ministry of Social Welfare, The Encyclopedia of Social work in India.
2. Tripathy. B.D. Nature of Sociological Theories, New Delhi: Sterling LtD.,
3. Turner J. Francia, A Social work Treatment, New York: The Free pres 1979.
4. S.K. Mangal, Abnormal Psychology, Sterling Publishers Private Limited.
LTPC
YSW 301
DEMOGRAPHY AND POPULATION DYNAMICS
SEMESTER – III
5-0-0-5
PAPER – I
UNIT - I
Definition – Nature – Importance and Scope of the study – Relations with
other discipline. Basic Demographic Concepts
: Ratio – proposition –
Percent rate – Natural increase – Fecundity.
UNIT - II
Theories of Population: Malthusian theory – Biological theories – Socio
Economic Theories.
UNIT - III
Composition
of
population:
Rural
urban
Composition
–
Age
Composition –Religious composition – Class Composition.
UNIT - IV
Population Growth in India: Contemporary trend in population growth
–causes effects.
UNIT - V
Population Policy and control in India: Population Policy of India –
Family Welfare Planning programmes in India – Measures of Population
Control.
REFERENCES
1. Agarwala, S.N. India’s Population Problems, Tata Mc Hill, New York, 1973.
2. Raj Hans. Population Studies, Surgeet Publications, Delhi, 1988.
3. Chandrasekar, S. Infant Mortality Population Growth and family Planning in
India, London George Allen Unwin Ltd., 1972.
4. Base Ashisl and Dessai P.B. Studies in Demography Essaya Presented in honour
of Prof. S. chandrasekar, London, Alen & Unwin and chopal Hill University,
North California Press, 1971.
5. Krishna Reddy M.M. Population and Society in India, Kanishka Publishers, New
Delhi, 1998.
6. Krishna Reddy M.M. Population and Society in India, Kanishka Publishers, New
Delhi, 1998.
7. Population Transition in India Vol I & Vol II – Singh Pram Bhatia Bose,B.R.
Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 1989..
8. Fertility Status of women –G.A. Siddique, Published by Rohit Publications, 4675
/21, Ansari Road, Durya Ganj, New Delhi –02, 2001.
YSW 302
LTPC
5-0-0-5
WELFARE OF THE WEAKER SECTIONS
SEMESTER – III
PAPER – II
UNIT - I
Weaker sections of the population: Women, Children Physically &
Mentally handicapped, Backward Classes, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled
Tribes, De-notified Communities, and Criteria for Backwardness.
UNIT - II
Constitutional provisions related to welfare of weaker sections in India.
Specific provisions in fundamental rights & directive principles of State
policy.
UNIT - III
Reservation policy for weaker sections: State & Central Government
policies reservations in Education, Employment, Scholarships and other
services.
UNIT - IV
Status of Scheduled Caste, Schedule Tribes, De-notified Communities,
Women and Children in India:
Economic
status,
demographic
Health Nutritional, Employment and
aspects
and
problems
related
to
SC/ST/BC/Women Children
UNIT - V
Review of existing welfare service programmes – Five year Plans –
Implementation by central, State Government & Voluntary agencies.
REFERENCES
1. Dabra, G.D., Development of weaker sections, Inter India Publications, New
Delhi, 1984.
2. Ishwari Prasad, Reservation –Action for Special Equality, Criterion Publications,
New Delhi, 1986
3. Vakil, A.K.Reservation Policy and Scheduled castes in India First edition, Ashish
Publishing house, new Delhi 1985.
4. Madan G.R. Indian Social problems Vol I & II Third Edition, Allied publisher
private Limited, New Delhi, 1983
5. chalman, K.S. Education & weaker section –Inter India Publisher , NEW Delhi
1988.
6. Merton K. Robert & Nisbert Robert contemporary social problems, 3 rd edition,
Harcourt Brace Jornavich Inc. New Delhi 1971.
7. Shah P.Vimal The Education problems of schedules caste and scheduled tribe
school & college students in India, Allied publishers, New Delhi 1982.
YSW 303
DYNAMICS OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR
SEMESTER – III
LTPC
5-0-0-5
PAPER – III
UNIT - I
The Nature and Scope of Psychology: Meaning and definition of
psychology – Branches of psychology Importance of psychology in social
work practice. Concept of Mental health.
UNIT - II
Personality: Meaning of personality –development of personality –
Interaction of hereditary and environment, Theories of personality,
Assessment of personality.
UNIT - III
Learning and Remembering: Meaning of Learning – Types of learning –
conditional learning – Trial and error learning – Cognitive learning.
UNIT - IV
Motivation: motivation – meaning – social and psychological motives.
UNIT - V
Frustration – Conflict – Adjustment Mechanisms: Frustration –
sources of frustration, Conflict, Defense mechanisms classification of
adjustment mechanisms.
REFERENCES
1. Hebb Do, A text book of psychology –Tokyo Toppan Co., Ltd.,
2. Mum NI, 1969 Introduction to psychology Bombay, Oxford IBH Publishing Co.,
3. Morgon, glifford, 1975, Introduction to psychology, New Delhi, Tata McGraw
Hill co. Ltd.
4. Sinha J, 1984, A manual of psychology, cacutta, New Central Book Agency.
5. Jalota. S, 1974, Essentials of psychology, Chandigar Vijaya. Nivas.
6. Adult Personality Development by Lawrence S. wrightman, Sage Publication,
1994.
7. Personality Assessment by Qamar gyan Publishing House, 1997.
YSW 304
METHODS OF SOCIAL WORK
SEMESTER – III
LTPC
5-0-0-5
PAPER – IV
UNIT - I
Social Work – Definition, objectives, principles and basic concepts.
Interviewing: Study, diagnosis, and treatment.
UNIT II
Social Case Work: Definition, objectives, principles; Practice in Medical/
Psychiatric / Industrial / School Settings and roles of case worker.
UNIT - III
Social Group Work: Definition, objectives, principles, types of groups;
Social Group Work Practice in Medical / Psychiatric / Industrial / School
Settings; Role of Group Worker.
UNIT - IV
Community Organization: Definition, Scope and Relevance, Principals,
Resource Mobilization; Role of a Community organizer.
UNIT V
Social Action: Definition, objectives – Role of Social Worker in Social
Action. Social Work
Research: Definition – Objectives ; Difference
between Social Work Research and Social Research.
REFERENCES
1.
2.
3.
4.
M.S. Gore, Social work Education, Asia publishing House, 1965.
Gisela Konapka, Social Group Work, A Helping process, New jerky Prentice Hall.
Fried Milson, Skills in Social Work.
Gangrade, K.D., Community Development organization in India (Bombay :
Popular Prakashan )
5. Social Work and Community Development, Institute for Substantible
Development, Lucknow, First Edition 2002. Published by J.L. Kumar for Anmol
Publications PVT. Ltd., New Delhi.
YSW 401
SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN INDIA
SEMESTER – IV
LTPC
5-0-0-5
PAPER – I
Unit - I
Social Problems: Meaning, causes, types and characteristics.
Social Organization & Disorganization: Meaning – Individual and Social
disorganization – Deviant behavior – meaning and types.
Unit - II
Social Development: Definition and meaning – historical view of
development in India – emerging trends in the concept of development –
social development as an approach to development – development
indicators.
Unit - III
Community specific social problems: Rural community:
Untouchability, illiteracy, bonded labour, malnutrition, agriculture,
education & health related problems. Urban community: Rural exodus,
slum development, westernization and pollution.
Unit - IV
Social problems related to vulnerable and weaker sections in
India; Women: Dowry – sexual harassment – prostitution- sexually
transmitted diseases; Children: Female Infanticide – child abuse – child
trafficking; Youth: Alcoholism & drug addiction. Problems of old age and
displaced;
Unit - V
Alleviation of social problems in India: Role of Governmental
and non-Governmental organizations in solving Social Problems. Scope
for social work in development issues. Role of professional social worker
in solving social problems.
REFERENCE BOOKS :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Frances V Moulder
–
Adam Janrozik & Luisa Nocella –
MadanG.R.
–
Vidhya Bushan
–
Nanavathi & Anjaria
–
Social Problems of the modern world.
The Sociology of Social Problems.
Indian Social Problems, Vol I and II
Introduction to Sociology
Indian Rural Problem, Bombay
YSW 402
LTPC
5-0-0-5
CORRECTIONAL SOCIAL WORK
SEMESTER – IV
UNIT - I
Criminal
Justice
PAPER – II
System:
Legislative
–
Police
–
Judiciary
and
Correctional System – Origin and Development of Correctional Social
work in India.
UNIT - II
Penology and corrections – Probation – Parole – Half way Homes – openair prisons and welfare measures meant for prisoners – prisoners rights
UN minimum Standard rules for prisons.
UNIT - III
Social defense in India – Juvenile delinquency –Institutional & Non –
Institutional Programmes for delinquency- juvenile guidance Bureau,
Boys club –Boot Camps and other programmes meant for delinquents.
UNIT - IV
Victimology – Concept –Philosophy –Victimology in India.
UNIT - V
Correctional Techniques: Preventive and Curative measures –Role of
social worker in Correctional Administration. Social theory –Psycho
analysis and other therapeutic methods of Corrections.
REFERENCES
1. N.K. chakrabarthi, Juvenile Justice, Deep & Deep Publications, Pvt. Ltd., New
Delhi, 1999.
2. J.J. Panakal & S.D. Gokhale Crime and corrections in India, rate Institute of
Social Science, Bombay, 1989.
3. Parvesh K. Atri, Dimensions of Crime in India, anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd., New
Delhi. 1998.
4. Ansari, M.A. Social Justic and Crime in India, Sublime Publications Jaipur.
1996.
5. Dr. Rajendran K.Sharama, Criminology and Penology, Atlantic Publishers and
Distributors, Delhi, 1998.
6. Donald Brieland, Lela B. Costin, charles R. Atherton, Contemporary Social Work
and Social welfare, Library of congress Cataloging in Publication Data, 1985.
7. Intriducation to Social Defence – In the Administration of Criminal justice,
former Judge, Supreme Court of India, by justic V.R. Krishna Iyer. Deep &Deep
Publication Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 1999.
8. Ram Ahuja, criminology, Published by Prem Rawat for Publications, Jawahar
Nagar, Jaipur, 2000.
YSW 403
LTPC
5-0-0-5
INDIAN POLITICAL SYSTEM
SEMESTER – IV
PAPER – III
UNIT - I
Constituent Assembly – Philosophy – Preamble –Salient features of the
Constitution of India.
UNIT - II
Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties of each and every citizens
of India- Directive Principles of State Policy- .
UNIT - III
Union executive – The President – Election – Powers and Functions –
Emergency Power –Vice – President ; Council of Ministers – cabinet –
Prime Minister – Position and Powers.
UNIT - IV
Union Parliament – House of the People, Council of States; Judiciary –
Supreme Court, Powers and Functions.
UNIT - V
State Government: Executive, Legislature, Judiciary- Parties.
REFERENCES
1. Basu D.D., Introduction to the Constitution of India, (New Delhi: Prentice Hall,
1992)
2. Kapur A.C. The Indian Political system , New Delhi, S. chand &Co., 1990
Slwach J.R. Dynamics of Indian Government and Politics, New Delhi, sterling
Publishers Private Ltd.,
3. Sharma P.K. Federalism & Political
developments New delhi,
Pragati
Publication, 1980.
4. Munshi K.M. Indian Constitutional Development Vol. I&II Bombay, Bharatiya
Vidya Bhavan, 1980.
5. Kaul M.N. Parliamentary Institutions & Procedures, New Delhi, National
Publishing House, 1979.
YSW
404
LTPC
5-0-0-5
BASICS OF COUNSELLING
SEMESTER – IV
PAPER – IV
UNIT - I
Counselling:
Definition,
Concepts,
Objectives,
needs,
principles,
counseling as a profession in India: problems and limitations.
UNIT - II
Theories of Counselling: Adlerian Theory - Client Centered Theory (Carl
Rogers.) - Behavioural Theory - Rational Emotive Therapy - and Reality
Therapy.
UNIT - III
Types
of
Counselling:
Vocational
Counselling
-
Employment
Counselling - Correctional and Rehabilitation Counselling - Industrial
Counseling - Marriage Counselling: Pre-Marital.
UNIT - IV
Counselling Practice with the Special Groups: Children, Adolescents,
Women, Substance Abusers and HIV I AIDS.
UNIT – V
Guidance: Concept, difference between Counseling and Guidance – Role
of Social Workers in Guidance.
REFERENCES
1. Antony John D (1996) Types of counselling, Anurgraha Publications,
Nagarcoil
2. Asch. M., (2000) Principles of Guidance and counselling, Sarup & Sons, New
Delhi
3. Gipson Robert L and Marianne H Mitchell, (1990) Introduction to Counselling
and guidance, third edition, Mac Million
4. Jones Richard Nelson, (1998) Principles of counselling and He/ping skills,
Chassell Pic. London.
5. Narayana Roa. S.. (1991) Counselling and guidance. second edition. Tata
McGraw-Hill. New Delhi.
6. New, Caroline & Katie Kanffinan, (2004) Co-Counselling, The theory and
Practice of Reevaluation, Rutledge, London.
YSW 501- ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
SEMESTER – V
LTPC
5-0-0-5
PAPER – I
UNIT – I
Introduction to Environmental Studies and Energy: Definition, scope
and importance – Forest, Water, mineral, Food, Energy, Land resources:
Use and over-exploitation, deforestation, effects on forests and tribal
people .
UNIT – II
Ecosystem and Biodiversity: Concept of an ecosystem – Structure and
function of Forest, Grassland, Desert, Aquatic ecosystems. Ecological
succession – Food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids –
Introduction to Biodiversity – Definition: genetic, species and ecosystem
diversity – Conservation of biodiversity.
UNIT – III
Environmental Pollution: Definition – causes, effects and control
measures of Air, Water, Soil, Marine, Noise, Thermal pollutions, Nuclear
hazards – Soil waste Management, Causes, effects and control measures
of urban and industrial wastes – Role of an individual in prevention of
pollutions.
UNIT – IV
Social Issues and the Environment: Solar, hydro, Bio energy
production and management process and issues – Problems in Climate
change, global warming acid rain, ozone layer depletion, nuclear
accidents and holocaust – Environment Production Act –Wildlife
Protection Act – Forest Conservation Act – Issues involved in enforcement
of environmental legislation – Public awareness.
UNIT – V
Human Population and the Environment: Population growth, variation
among nations – Role of information Technology in Environment and
production and promotion of human health.
REFERENCES:
1. Gilbert M. Masters, Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science,
Pearson Education Pvt., Ltd., second Edition, ISBN 81-297-0277-0, 2004.
2. Cunningham, W.P.Cooper, T.H.Gorhani, Environmental Encyclopedia, Jaico
Publ., House, Mumbai, 2001.
3. Wager K.D., Environmental Management, W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelpha,
USA, 1998.
4. S. K. Dharmeja, Environmental Engineering and Management, S.K. Kataria
and Sons, New Delhi, 1999.
YSW 502
LTPC
5-0-0-5
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
SEMESTER – V
PAPER – II
UNIT - I
Social Work Research – Definition, objectives, characteristics; Social
Work Research planning –Quantitative and Qualitative Research Difference between social research
and social work research –
Limitations of social work research.
UNIT – II
Research Processes; Selection of area and topic for the research study,
Formulation of problem – Formulation of assumptions and hypothesis
UNIT – III
Review of literature. Definition and importance of Research designs,
objectives, types of research designs –advantage and disadvantages.
UNIT - IV
Tools of data collection – observation, interview, interview schedule,
questionnaire, surveys and case study method.
UNIT - V
Pilot study, Pre-test, Data collection, Data analysis and Interpretations Tabulation, Graphical and Pictorial Interpretation - Discussion; Research
Report Preparation.
REFERENCES
1. Dr. S. Naikiran, Dr. R. Selvaraju, Research Methods in Social Science,
Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai –04, First Edition, 2001.
2. Dr. D.R. Krishnaswami , Methodology of Research in Social Science,
Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai –04, 2001.
YSW 503
LTPC
5-0-0-5
ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT
SEMESTER – V
PAPER – III
UNIT – I
Entrepreneurial
Competence:
Entrepreneurial
Entrepreneurship as a Career - Entrepreneur –
concept
–
Knowledge and Skills
Required for an Entrepreneur.
UNIT – II
Entrepreneurial Environment: Business Environment – Role of Family
and society – Entrepreneurship Development Training and Other
Support Organizational Services -
Central and State Government
Industrial Policies and Regulations – International Business.
UNIT – III
Business Plan Preparation: Sources of Product for Business -
Pre –
feasibility Study – Criteria for Selection of Product – Ownership – Capital
– Budgeting Project Profile Preparation – Matching Entrepreneur with the
Project – Feasibility Report Preparation and Evaluation Criteria.
UNIT – IV
Launching
of
Small
Business:
Finance
and
Human
Resource
Mobilization Operations Planning – Market and Channel Selection –
Growth Strategies.
UNIT – V
Management of Small Business: Monitoring and Evaluation of Business
– Preventing Sickness and Rehabilitation of Business Units – Effective
Management of small Business. Role of Women Entrepreneur and SHG.
REFERENCES:
1. Hisrich, ‘Entrepreneurship’, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2001.
2. P. Saravanavel, ‘Entrepreneurial Development’, Ess Pee kay Publishing
House, Chennai – 1997.
3. S.S. Khanka, ‘Entrepreneurship Development’, S.Chand and Company
Limited, New Delhi, 2001.
4. 5. P.C. Jain (ed.), ‘Handbook for New Entrepreneurs’, EDII, Oxford
University Press, New Delhi, 1999.
6. Staff College for Technical Education, Manila and Centre for Research and
Industrial Staff Performance, Bhopal, ‘Entrepreneurship Development’,Tata
McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, 1998.
YSW 504
LTPC
5-0-0-5
SOCIAL WELFARE ADMINISTRATION
SEMESTER – V
PAPER – IV
UNIT – I
Administration:
Definition,
Concept,
Importance,
Goals;
Type
of
administration. Social Welfare Administration: Definition, Functions and
Scope; Principles of Social Work Administration.
UNIT – II
Basic
Administrative
Decision
Making,
Processes:
Planning,
Coordination,
Organizing,
Recording
and
Staffing,
Budgeting,
Communication.
UNIT – III
Personnel
Administration:
Staff
selection,
Induction,
Training,
Orientation, Placement, Service condition, Discipline, Staff morale,
Supervision and Evaluation.
UNIT – IV
Public Relations: Meaning, Principles
and
Need . Uses of different
media, Fund raising.
UNIT – V
Voluntary Organization: Types and Legal registration procedures;
Functioning of Board and Committees. Role of voluntary organizations in
social welfare.
REFERENCES
1. Sachadeva, D.R. Social Welfare Administration–in India, Kitab Mahal New Delhi,
1998.
2. Pat Young, Mastering Social Welfare, Mc Millan Press Ltd., London. 2000.
YSW 601
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND HUMAN VALUES
SEMESTER – VI
LTPC
5-0-0-5
PAPER – I
UNIT – I
Social Work: Five basic values : Service, Social justice, Dignity and worth of a
person , Human Relationship , Integrity and Competence ;
Work Ethics –
Service Learning – Civic Virtue – Respect for Others – Living Peacefully – Caring
– Sharing – Honesty – Courage – Valuing Time – Co-operation – Commitment –
Empathy – Self-Confidence – Character and personality.
UNIT – II
Professional Ethics: Humanitarian and Democratic Philosophy of social work Responsibilities in workplace; Profession in Particular roles: In Education,
Training, Supervision, Evaluation, Independent practice and Research . Social
Work Ethics - Models of Professional Roles.
UNIT – III
Social Work and Societal Expectation: Social work as experimentation –
Social workers as responsible experimenters on developing sustainable
livelihood Models, Problem solving and rural development Models - Codes of
ethics - a balanced outlook on natural law, Policies and Social Expectation
UNIT – IV
Safety, Responsibilities and Rights: Safety and risk - assessment of safety
and risk - risk benefit analysis and reducing risk - Collegiality and loyalty respect for authority - collective bargaining - confidentiality - conflicts of
interest - occupational crime - professional rights - employee rights Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) - discrimination.
UNIT – V
Global and National Issues: National and International Acts, Rights, codes and
Duties of Social Workers - International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) –
International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) – National, State
and Regional Social work forums and issues in India.
REFERENCES
1. Charles D. Fleddermann, “Engineering Ethics”, Pearson Education / Prentice
Hall, New Jersey, 2004 (Indian Reprint)
2. Charles E Harris, Michael S. Protchard and Michael J Rabins, “Engineering
Ethics – Concepts and Cases”, Wadsworth Thompson
Learning, United
States, 2000 (Indian Reprint now available)
3. John R Boatright, “Ethics and the Conduct of Business”, Pearson Education,
New Delhi, 2003.
LTPC
YSW 602
DISASTER MANAGEMENT
5-0-0-5
SEMESTER – VI
PAPER – II
UNIT – I
Disaster: Definition, Concept, Classification of disaster: Nature and
man-made – Disasters in India and Abroad.
UNIT – II
Disaster
Management:
Definition,
Phases
of
Disaster:
Relief,
Rehabilitation and Development – Impact of Disaster on survivors:
Family life, Livelihood, Education etc.,
UNIT - III
Disaster Policy and Programme: State and National, International
policies, for Disaster Management.
UNIT – IV
NGOs, INGOs and Government Intervention in Disaster Management:
Survey – Assessment – Reports – Developing specific Materials and
Manuals for Various groups (Children, Women, Adults and Aged)
Training Professionals / Para Professionals in Trauma Counselling, skills
and Livelihood education. Working with Groups – Communities on
Sustainable development and Rehabilitation.
UNIT - V
Disaster Preparedness: Models of Disaster Preparedness – Role of Social
Workers in Disaster Mitigation Programmes for various groups: Family,
Individual and Community levels.
REFERENCES
1. Juan jose lopez-Ibor,george Christodoulou,Mario maj, Norman sartorius, and
ahmed Okasha(2005): Disaster and Mental Health, John Wiley and Sons,
England.
2. Parthasarathy R, Bharat,S, Kumar KVK, Sekar K, Girimaji,S and Murthy RS,
(2001) Information Manual 3.Psychosocial care for Children –A Manual for
Teachers action Aid India Bangalore.
3. Antara Sen Dave, Beena, Jadav, K Sekar,Subashis Bhadra,G.p
Rajashekhar,Kishore Kumar K.V. and Srinivasamurthy R (2003): Riots;
Psychosocial care for children Books for Change, Action
Aid,Karnataka,Bangalore.
4. Rashmi Lakshminarayan (2004): Disaster mental health in India, Indian
Redcross, New Delhi.
5. Sekar K, Pan S, Babu SKP, Kumar KVK (2004): National Disasters Psychosocial
care by community level workers, Books for change, Bangalore.
LTPC
YSW 603
SOCIAL LEGISLATIONS
SEMESTER – VI
5-0-0-5
PAPER – III
UNIT – I
The concept of social legislation, Definition, its role as an instrument of
social change, need and importance of legislation, legislation as a
process, social legislation, social welfare and social change.
UNIT – II
The Hindu and Muslim laws governing marriage, divorce, adoption,
minority and guardianship, maintenance, succession and inheritance.
UNIT – III
Legislation relating to the welfare of women Dowry prohibition Act
1961.,Suppression of Immoral Traffic Act – 1977.,Medical Termination of
Pregnancy Act – 1971.
UNIT – IV
Legislation relating to the welfare of children Juvenile Justice Act –
1986,Child Marriage Restraint Act – 1929, Child labour (prohibition and
Regulation) Act 1986
UNIT – V
Legislation for the Amelioration of social problems Protection of civil
rights Act – 1976,Consumer protection Act – 1986,Metal health Act –
1987,Beggary Prevention Act
REFERENCES
1. Sankar sen, Human Rights in Developing Society – A.P.H Publishing
corporation, New Delhi, 1998
2. A.S. Kohki, S.R. Sharama, Equal opportunity Human Rights and Social Welfare,
Ammol Publications, Pvt., Ltd. New Delhi, 1997.
3. Human Rights – A Judges Miscellanary, Justice V.R. Krishna Lyer, B.R.
Publishing Corporation Delhi, 1995.
4. R.N. Vyas, the Soul of Indian Constitution (A Critical evolution) – print well
Publications, Jaipur, 1998.
5. Paras Diwan & Peeyushi Diwan, Children and Legal Protection, Deep & Deep
Publications, New Delhi. 1994.
YSW 604
WOMEN AND CHILD WELFARE
SEMESTER – VI
LOPC
5-0-0-5
PAPER – IV
UNIT – I
Philosophy of family and child welfare – National child welfare policy in
India.
UNIT – II
Problems of children – Child abuse, child labour, street children – Female
infanticide, girl children.
UNIT – III
Family welfare planning programme and methods of family planning –
Natural family planning methods – Artificial methods.
UNIT – IV
Family and child welfare services by the social welfare and other
Department of state and central Governments
UNIT - V
Role of voluntary agencies in family and child welfare services
Institutional and non Institutional services for family and child welfare,
National and international Organizations working for children in India.
REFERENCES
1. Daridson, F
and Gornieki B, 1964 Care of Children
in day centers Genera
W.H.O., Publications.
2. Deranandan and Thomas, M.M 1959, Changing Pattern of Family in India,
Bangalore Press.
3. Gokkale S.D. and Lohani N.K. 1979, child in India: Bombay Lomaria
Publication.
4. Rudolf C. Heredia, Edward Mathias,
The Family in
Changing world, Indian
Social Institute, New Delhi, 1995.
5. Digumarti Bhaskara
Rao, Care the child Vol I and II, Discovery Publishing
House, New Delhi, 1997.
LTPC
YSW- 701 ADVANCED CONCEPTS IN SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIETY 4-0-0-4
SEMESTER – VII
PAPER – I
UNIT – I
Social Work: Concept, Definition, Social Service, Social Welfare, Social
Security, Social Defense, Social Justice and Social Development.
Contemporary Social Reform Movements, Historical Development of
Social work in UK & USA and India.
UNIT – II
Social Work as a Profession: Nature and Scope, Objectives, Philosophy,
Principles and Methods - Values and Ethics - Professional Social Work
and Voluntary Social Work.
UNIT – III
Methods and Fields: Direct and Indirect Methods –Meaning, Scope and
Importance- Medical Social Work, Psychiatric Social Work, Family
Welfare, Child Welfare, Correctional Social Work, Labour Welfare,
Community Development.
UNIT – IV
Individual and Society: Qualities of Leader, Types and Theories of
Leadership; Sociometric and Sociogram - Supervision: Meaning, Purpose
and Functions.
UNIT – V
Issues
and
Problems*:
Social
Disorganization,
Population,
Unemployment, Women Atrocities, Child Labour, Juvenile Delinquency,
Child Marriage, Female Infanticide, Street Children and HIV/AIDS
(* Basic understanding of issues and problems is expected).
REFERENCES :
1. Stroup H.H., Social Work Education – An Introduction to the field, Eurasia
Publishing, New Delhi, 1960.
2. Gisbert Pascaul: Fundamentals of Sociology, Oreint Longmans, Madras, 1956.
3. Stanley. S. Social Problems in India, Allied Publishers, New Delhi – 2005.
YSW 702
SEMESTER – VII
SOCIAL CASE WORK
LTPC
4-0-0-4
PAPER – II
Unit – I:
Case Work: Definition, Objectives, Scope, and it’s Importance Relationship with other Methods of Social Work, Basic Components:
Person, Problem, Place, Process – Values and Principles and Skills Limitation of social case work practice in India.
Unit – II:
Case Worker-Client Relationship: Meaning and its Importance Characteristics of Professional Relationship: Empathy, Transference and
Counter Transference, Resistance, Sustaining the Relationship,
Genuineness, Unconditional Positive Regard and Self Disclosure Principles of Client – Worker Relationship.
Unit – III:
Case Work Process: Intake and Exploration: Analysis and Assessment
- Psychosocial Diagnosis, Formulation of Goals, Prioritization of Needs,
Development of Action Plan, Use of Contracts; Intervention: Use of
Supportive, Reflective and Techniques of Direct Influence; Importance of
Involvement of Collateral Contacts in the Entire Process.
Unit – IV
Approaches to practice: Psychosocial, Functional, Problem solving,
Crisis Intervention, Eclectic Model for Practice - Case Work Interviewing:
Techniques and Skills - Case Work Recording: Meaning, Types of
Records, Use and Record Maintenance.
Unit – V:
Case Work Practice: Typical Problems of Clients and Case Work Practice
with them in the following areas: Correctional Institutions, Schools,
Industry, De-Addition Centers, with the Physically Handicapped, the
Aged, Terminally Ill people and Persons infected with HIV / AIDS.
REFERENCES:
1. Hollis, Florence. Case work - A psycho-social Therapy New York: Random
House; 1964.
2. Jordan, William. Client worker Transactions, London: Routledge & Kegan
Paul, 1970.
3. Perlman, H.H. Social case work - A problem solving process, University of
Chicago Press, Chicago, 1957.
4. L Robert, Robert & Robert Needs. Theories of social case work, University of
Chicago Press, Chicago, 1970.
5. Goldstein, H. Social work practice: A unitary approach, university of Carolina
Press, Carolina, 1979.
6. Timms, Noel. Social case work: Principles and practices, London, Routledge
and Kegan Paul, 1964.
7. Pippins, J. Developing Casework Skills California, Sage Publications, 1980.
8. Smalley, Ruth Elizabeth. Theory of Social work practice N.Y. London:
Columbia University Press; 1971.
9. Co-Pathak S.H. Records in Social case work - 1966.
10. Mehetras V.G. Social case work in India – 1979.
YSW 703
LTPC
4-0-0-4
TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER – VII
PAPER – III
UNIT – I
Introduction: Definition, Basic concepts of TQM, Historical Review, Principles
of TQM, Role of Senior Management, Quality Council, Quality Statements,
Strategic Planning, Barriers to TQM Implementation.
UNIT – II
TQM Principles: Customer satisfaction –
Perception of Quality, Complaints,
Service Quality, Retention.- Employee Involvement – Motivation, Empowerment,
Teams, Recognition and Reward, Performance Appraisal, Benefits, Continuous
Process Improvement – PDSA Cycle, 5S, Kaizen, Supplier Partnership –
Partnering,
sourcing,
Supplier
Selection,
Supplier
Rating,
Relationship
Development, Performance Measures – Basic Concepts, Strategy, Performance
Measure.
UNIT - III
TQM Tools: Benchmarking – Reasons to Benchmark, Benchmarking Process,
Quality Function Deployment (QFD) – House of Quality, QFD Process, Benefits,
Taguchi Quality Loss Function, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) – Concept,
Improvement Needs, FMEA – Stages of FMEA.
UNIT - IV
Quality Systems: Need for ISO 9000 and Other Quality Systems, ISO
9000:2000 Quality System – Elements, Implementation of Quality System,
Documentation, Accreditations , Quality Auditing, QS 9000, ISO 14000 –
Concept, Requirements and Benefits.
UNIT - V
Statistical Process Control (SPC) & Application of Computers: The seven
tools of quality, Statistical Fundamentals – Measures of central Tendency and
Dispersion, Population and Sample, Normal Curve, Control Charts for variables
and
attributes,
Process
capability,
Concept
of
six
sigma,
New
seven
Management tools.
REFERENCES:
1. James R.Evans & William M.Lidsay, The Management and Control of Quality, (5 th
Edition), South-Western (Thomson Learning), 2002 (ISBN 0-324-06680-5).
2. Dale H. Besterfiled, et at., Total Quality Management, Pearson Education Asia,
1999. (Indian reprint 2002).
3. Feigenbaum.A.V. “Total Quality Management, McGraw-Hill, 1991.
4. Oakland.J.S. “Total Quality Management Butterworth – Hcinemann Ltd., Oxford.
1989.
5. Narayana V. and Sreenivasan, N.S. Quality Management – Concepts and Tasks, New
Age International 1996.
6. Zeiri. “Total Quality Management for Engineers Wood Head Publishers, 1991.
LTPC
YSW- 704 COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION AND SOCIAL ACTION
SEMESTER – VII
4-0-0-4
PAPER – IV
UNIT – I
Community: Meaning, Types and Characteristics; Community Power Structure.
Community Dynamics: Integrative and Disintegrative Processes in the Community.
UNIT – II
Community Organization: Concept, Definition, Objectives, Philosophy, Approaches
and Principles; Community Organizations as a Method of Social Work; Community
Welfare Councils and Community Chests. Community Organization and Community
Development: Similarities and Differences.
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 NonLegislative 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 (Fire, Flood, Earthquake, Tsunami, and War); Role of
Social Workers in Community Organization.
UNIT – V
Programme Planning: Meaning and Definition of Programme, Principles and Process
of Programme Planning and the place of Agency in Programme Planning; Programme
Laboratory - Values and Techniques: (Games, Singing, Dancing, Dramatics, Street play,
Puppetry, Group Discussions, Excursion, Psychodrama, Socio drama, Role play, and
Brain Storming) - Rural Camp: Planning, Organizing, Executing, Evaluating and
Reporting.
Social Action: Definition, Strategies of Social Action and Social Reform; Saul Alinsky's
and Paulo Freire's Methods; Process of Social Action.
REFERENCES :
1.
2.
3.
4.
Ross. M.G.
Macmillan, Wayne
Case histories in Community organization.
Community organization for social welfare,
University of Chicago Press.
Marshall B. Clinard. Slum and Community development, collier,
Macmillan Ltd., London.
Desai, A.R. & Pillai, Slums, and Urbanization.
S.D.
LTPC
YSW- 705
SOCIAL GROUP WORK
SEMESTER – VII
4-0-0-4
PAPER – V
Unit – I
Social Group Work: Definition, objectives and scope - Models of Group WorkHistorical Development of Group Work, Principles of Group Work, Values,
Significance, Principles and Skills - Group Work Process - Limitation of social
group work practice in India.
Unit – II
Social Groups and Development: Definition, Characteristics, Types of Groups
and Functions of a Group - Stages of Group Development, Basic Human Needs
met by Groups at Different Stages of Group Development - Group Process :
Bond, Acceptance, Isolation, Rejection, Sub-Group Formation, Withdrawal,
Behaviour Contagion, Conflict and Control.
Unit – III
Approaches and Practices of Group Work: Group Therapy, Group
Psychotherapy, Use of Home Visits and Collateral Contacts. Leadership:
Concepts, Definition, Characteristics, Functions, Qualities of Leader, Types and
Theories of Leadership, Training for Leadership - Sociometry and Sociogram Group Work Supervision: Meaning, Purpose and Functions.
Unit – IV
Programme Planning: Meaning and Definition of Programme, Principles and
Process of Programme Planning and the place of Agency in Programme Planning
- Programme Laboratory: Values and Techniques (Games, Singing, Dancing,
Dramatics, Street play, Puppetry, Group Discussions, Excursion, Psychodrama,
Socio drama, Role play, and Brain Storming) - Rural Camp: Planning,
Organizing, Executing, Evaluating and Reporting.
Unit – V
Group Work Recording: Meaning, Purpose, Principles, Process and Summary
Records - Group Work Evaluation: Meaning and its Place in Group Work, Steps
in Group Work Evaluation and Criteria for Good Group Work. Application of
Group Work Methods in Different Settings: Community Settings, Medical and
Psychiatric Settings, De-Addiction Centres, Correctional Institutions, Schools,
Industries, Physically Handicapped and Aged Homes.
REFERENCES:
1.Bluementhal H.L
2 Conye Robert K
3.Fred Milson
4.Glassman Ureania and Lenkates
5.Gisela Konopka
6.Gisela Konopka
7.Malcolm & Hilda Know
8.Wilson & Ryland
9.Trecker H.B
10.Water Lifton
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Administration of Social Group Work
Failures in Group, Stage, Thousands Oaks,
Skills in Social group work
Group Work, Sage, Thousands
Social group work - A helping process
Group work in Institutions
Introduction to social dynamics
Social group work
Social group work, principles and practices
Working with groups Oaks, 1990.
LTPC
YSW 801 HUMAN GROWTH AND PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
SEMESTER – VIII
4-0-0-4
PAPER – I
UNIT – I
Psychology: Definition, Nature, branches and scope – Application of Psychology
in various fields – Special reference to social Psychology and its application,
UNIT – II
Human Growth and Development: Pregnancy and child birth – Physical,
Psychological and emotional aspects of a) Infancy b) Babyhood c) Childhood d)
Puberty e) Adolescent f) Adulthood and Middle age h) Old age.
UNIT – III
Intelligence
and
Personality: Definition
and Nature
of Intelligence
–
Measurement of I.Q. Personality: Definition and structure; Theories of
personality: Trait and Type theories; important concepts of the contributions of
Freud, Jung, Adler, Maslow and Erickson; Factors influencing personality
Development: Heredity & Environment and Socialization process.
UNIT – IV
Attitude, Perception, Motivation and Learning: Definition, 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.
UNIT – V
Adjustment: Concepts of adjustment and maladjustment; Stress; Frustration;
Conflict - nature and types - Coping Mechanisms.
REFERENCES
1. Davidoff. L.L. : Introduction to Psychology, Aucklan; McGraw Hill Inc; 1881.
2. Morgan, C. T.& King, R.A : Introduction to psychology New York. .
3. Munn, N.A. : Psychology-The fundamentals of human behaviour; London;
George G. Harrap & Co, Ltd., 1961.
4. Hurlock E.B. : Developmental Psychology, New Delhi, Tata Mcgraw Hill 5th
Ed. 1971.
5. Rayner, Eric: Human Development, London; George Allen and Unwin, 1978.
6. Saraswathi T.S, Dutta R : Development Psychology in India, Delhi; Sage
publications, 1987.
7. Kuppusamy B. : An Introduction to social psychology; Bombay; Media
Promoters and Pub. Pvt. Ltd., 1980.
LTPC
YSW 802
SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH AND SOCIAL STATISTICS
SEMESTER – VIII
4-0-0-4
PAPER– II
UNIT – I
Social Work Research: Meaning, definition, ethics, purpose of research, Social
research and social work research. Scientific Method: Nature. Characteristics, purpose
and steps in research process; Formulation of Research problems, Review of Literature.
UNIT – II
Research Design and Sampling: Research design' Exploratory, Descriptive, Diagnostic
and Experimental. Hypothesis: Sources, Formulation, Attributes of hypotheses and
types. Sampling: Definition Principles, Types and procedures; population and Universe,
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: meaning, types, merits and demerits – Pre-test and pilot study.
UNIT –IV
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 and Correlation; Meaning, types and uses: Karl
Pearson's Coefficient of Correlation and Speaman’s
UNIT – V
Preparation
of
Research
Proposal:
Format
Rank Correlation.
processing
of
Data,
Code
book,
Transcription, tabulation, Diagrammatic representation of data. Interpretation and
analysis, Discussion; Report writing and Referencing; Applications and Limitations of
Research in Social Work.
REFERENCES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Whitly, Frederickl
Goode and Hatt.
Polarryky, Norman
Young, Pauline
Clarie, selttiz & Marie Jahoda
Dorn Busch and Schnid
Gopal M.A.
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
The elements of Research
Methods in Social research
Social Work Research
Scientific social surveys and research
Research methods in social relations.
Premier of Social Statistics
An Introduction to research Procedure in
Social science.
YSW 803
SOCIAL ENGINEERING
SEMESTER – VIII
L- T- P- C
4 -0- 0- 4
PAPER– III
UNIT – I
Society:
Origin, Meaning, Definition, Types and Characteristics – Individual
and Society; Heredity and Environment – socialization:
Need, Process and
Agents – social Integration – Associative and Disassociate process – social
engineering: Characteristics and Scope – Practice and challenges in India.
UNIT – II
Social Stratification – Caste, class and Race; Historical overview, Anti-caste
struggle and abolition in modern India; contribution of Phule, Periyar and
Ambedkar
UNIT – III
Social control – Folkways, Mores, Laws and Education; social Legislation in
India – RTI, PIL and Fundamental rights
UNIT – IV
Social Welfare and Development – child and Women welfare, Welfare state,
Corporate Social Responsibility, Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization
UNIT – V
Social Change – Characteristics, Scope, Process and Theories. Engineering the
Society towards:
Social Justice, Distributive Justice, social Equity, Gender
Equality, Dignity of Labour and Universal brotherhood.
Note: Only basic concepts on all units need to be dealt
Reference:
1. Dr. K. Veeramani, Collected works of Periyar EVR, Compiled by the Periyar
Self-Respect Propaganda Institution, Periyar Thidal, 50,EVK Sampath Salai,
Chennai – 600 007
2. Dr. K. Veeramani, History of struggle for social Justice in Tamil Nadu
3. Prof. Kanch Illaiah, Dignity of labour in our time, Hyderabad
4. Christophe Jattrelot, Dr. B.R. Ambedhkar and Untouchability – fighting the Indian
Caste system, Columbia University Press, May 2005
5. Vidya Bhusan, An Introduction to Sociology, Kitab Mahal, Patna, 2006
6. Justice. A.K. Rajan, Reservation constitution
7. Kamlesh Singh – Social Change in Modern India, 2008
YSW 804
LTPC
4-0-0-4
SOCIAL POLICY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
SEMESTER – VIII
PAPER – IV
UNIT – I
Social Policy: Definition, need, evolution and constitutional base; Sources and
instrument of social policy.
UNIT – II
Policies and Programmes for Sector Wise: Women, Children, Aged and
Handicapped, development and implementation of programmes for weaker
sections. Policies regarding Other Backward Castes (OBCs), Scheduled Cases
(SCs), Scheduled Tribes (STs) and Denotified Communities.
UNIT – III
Issues and Interaction for Sector Wise Human Rights: Right to Physical,
Mental, Reproductive and Sexual Health, Literacy and Basic Education,
Environmental Sustainability.
UNIT – IV
Issues and Intervention for Human Rights of Marginalised Groups: Issues
and Intervention with women, dalits and labour, Tribals and nomadic
communities,
children,
adolescents,
youth,
elderly
and
persons
with
disabilities.
UNIT – V
Issues and Intervention for Human RIGHTS In Social Conflict and
Emergency Situations: Issues and intervention in situations of family violence,
substance abuse, trafficking and sale of persons, communalism and collective
violence, conflict with law, displacement and refugees and environmental
disasters.
REFERENCES
1
Choudry, Paul
:
2
Choudry, Paul
:
3
Jagadeesan. P.
:
4
Shanmugavelayutham K.
:
Hand book on social welfare Atma Ram & Sons, Delhi,
1993.
Voluntary Social Welfare in India, Sterling Pub., New
Delhi 1979.
Marriage and Social legislations in Tamil Nadu,
Elachiapen pub, Chennai, 1990.
Social Legislations and Social change, Valga Valamudan
pub. Chennai, 1998.
YSW 805
SOCIAL WORK & DISABILITY MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER – VIII
LTPC
4-0-0-4
PAPER – V
UNIT - I
Disability: Definitions, causes, types and magnitude of various disabilities and
their impact on persons with disability and their families.
Prevention of
disabilities at primary, secondary and tertiary levels Misconceptions and
societal attitudes towards persons with disability.
UNIT – II
Governmental Measures for the Disabled: Legislations for Disabled – Policies
and programs at the central and state and the role of facilitating authorities,
Role of District Disabled Rehabilitation Office (DDRO)
UNIT - III
Multidisciplinary
rehabilitation
team
and
their
roles:
Process
of
rehabilitation early identification, treatment, fitment of aids and appliances,
education, vocational rehabilitation and social integration within the family and
community, Role of social worker in different settings such as hospital and
treatment centres, home, educational institutions, vocational rehabilitation
centres, the community, self-help groups and associations of persons with
disability and parents associations.
UNIT - IV
Impact of disability on persons with disability and their families:
Reactions of parents, family members and ways of coping. Needs and problems
of persons with disability and their families across the life span and social work
intervention at each stage.
UNIT – V
Intervention strategies at individual, family, group and community levels:
Individual level problem focused, self help, support groups, assertiveness
training, life skills enrichment; family level – family crisis intervention, family
centered intervention, parent guidance, parent training, support, self help
groups of parents, siblings, community level – community awareness, education
and community based rehabilitation.
REFERENCES:
1. Albrecht, G.L. Katherine D. Seelman & Michael Bury, (2001) Hand Book of
disability studies, Sage, London
2. Grant, (2005) Learning disability. A lifecycle approach to valuing people, Open
University Press, London
3. Hegarty Seamus & Mithu Alur, (2002) Education and Children with special
needs, sage, London
4. Karanth. Pratibha & Joe Rozario (2003)Learning disability of India, Sage,
London
5. Moore, (2005) Researching disability issues, Open University Press, London
LTPC
YSW 901
GERONTOLOGICAL SOCIAL WORK
SEMESTER – IV
4-0-0-4
PAPER – I
UNIT – I
Definition: Old age – Gerantological and Geriatric Social Work - myths and
misconceptions on old age – population aging; Roles, power and status of
elderly persons – Demographic perspectives on aging population - Theories on
aging - Changing status of the aged in Indian Society.
UNIT – II
Problems of the elderly persons; Health of elderly, Longevity and physical
health, mental and emotional health, ill health, disabilities and care giving,
sexuality in old age- Review of health policies for the physically challenged and
their implementation with references to elderly.
UNIT – III
Work participation of elderly in the organized and unorganized sectors.
Livelihood and Economic situation of elderly persons . Age related policies and
laws for education, Employment, Retirement, Social security and Pensions for
elderly persons, institutional and non institutional care.
UNIT – IV
Issues on division of property, housing and social security, Issues on neglect,
abuse and abandonment for the elderly persons.
International and National
laws on safeguarding the Senior citizens.
UNIT – V
Developmental programmes for aging - Geriatric services in India; Social work
with the Aged- National and International agencies for aged welfare.
REFERENCES :
1. Dandekar, K. (1996), The Elderly in India, Sage Publications, New Delhi.
2. Desaum N abd Suva Rahym (2000), Gerontological Social Work in India,
Some Issues and Perspectives, B.R. Publishers, Delhi.
3. Irundaya Rajan, S. Mishra U.S. and Sarma P.S. (1997), Indian Elderly: Asset
or Library, Sage Publications, New Delhi.
4. Khan, M.Z., (1997), Elderly in Metropolis, Inter India Publishers, New Delhi.
5. Krishnan, P and Mahadevan, K (eds) (1992). The Elderly Population the
Developed World: Policies, Problems and Perspectives, B.R. Publishing, Delhi.
6. Muttagi, P.K (1991): Aging Issues and Old age care, Classical Publishing
Company, New Delhi
7. Arun Pbali (Ed) 1999, Understanding graying people of India, Inter India
Publications, New Delhi.
YSW902
LTPC
4-0-0-4
COMUNITY HEALTH
SEMESTER – IX
Elective – I
UNIT - I
Concepts: Health, Public health, comprehensive Health Care - Factors
influencing health. Social and preventive Medicine-Comprehensive health
indicators –Vital Health Statistics.
UNIT – II
Major Communicable Diseases: Etiology, Symptoms, Transmission,
Treatment & Prevention of Swine flu(HIN-1), T.B, STI, HIV, Polio, Malaria,
Cholera and Typhoid. Non-Communicable Diseases: Cancer, Diabetes,
Heart Disease, Asthma, Nutritional Disorders.
UNIT – III
Health Care Delivery Systems: National & and State Levels, Primary,
Secondary and Tertiary
health services, Salient Features of Legislation
related to MTP Act.
UNIT - IV
Health Problems and Education: School, Occupation health Problems –
Children and Geriatric Health Problems. Health Education: Meaning and
importance and principles, Techniques and Strategies for Various
Community and Groups. Family Planning: Importance, Methods and
Role of Social Workers.
UNIT – V
Community Health: Assessing community Health Needs, Mobilizing core
groups - community Participation - Multi Disciplinary Team: Role and
Function. Community Health Programmes: National and State. Health
Organization:
National
&International.
Role
Social
Workers
betterment of Community Health.
REFERENCE:
1. Park, J.E&ParK: Textbook of preventive and Social Medicine; Jabalpur
Mrs.Banashidas1983
2. Kumar R.Social and Preventive Health administration, Asia Publication
House, NewDelhi-1992.
3. Goel, S.l.Public Health administration, Sterling Publishers, New delhi, 1984.
4 . WHO: Social Dimensions Of Mental Health, Geneva, WHO, Publications
1981.
in
YSW 903
LTPC
4-0-0-4
MENTAL HEALTH
SEMESTER – IX
Elective – II
UNIT – I
Historical Development: Psychiatry as a Field Of Specialization; Attitudes and
Beliefs pertaining to Mental illness in ancient, medieval and modern times;
Concept of Normality Abnormality and Mental Health.
UNIT – II
Classification of Mental Illness: DSMIV and ICD-10, Mental Health Problems
among Children, Adolescents and Women.
UNIT - III
Psychiatric Assessment: interviewing-Case History taking and Mental Status
Examination,
Psychosocial
and Multidimensional
Assessment of
mental
disorder in psychiatric social work and Psychosocial diagnosis.
UNIT - IV
Psychiatric Illness: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment of minor and major
mental illnesses, Culture bound Syndromes, Sexual deviations, alcoholism and
drug dependence and suicide. Childhood disorders, scholastic Back wardressAttention Deficit Disorder-Learning Disorders.
UNIT - V
Mental Handicap: Definition, Clinical types, causes, Prevalence, Psycho-Socio
Intervention and Role of Social Workers in dealing with Cerebral Palsy, Autism,
Epilepsy, and ADHD.
REFERENCES:
1. Eden D.J.:Mental handicap-An introducation George llen&unnin, London,1976
2. Gaind R.N Hudson B.L Current themes in Psychiatry,Mc.Millan,1976.
3. Zigler, Edwards: Understanding mental retardation, cambridgeuni. press,
London,1986
4. John, Howells G: Modern perspectives in international child psychiatry, Brunner&
Mazel pub., New york 1971.
5. Hughes Jennifer: An outline of modern psychiatry, john Wiley &sons 1981.
6. Kaplan Horold ,et AL: comprehensive text boob of psychiatry, Williams& Wilkins,
VOL ,I,II&III.1980
YSW 904
LTPC
4-0-0-4
MEDICAL SOCIAL WORK
SEMESTER – IX
Elective – III
UNIT - I
Medical Social work: Definition, Nature, Scope; the Roles and function of a
medical social worker; Historical development in India and aboard; practice of
medical social work methods in Hospital settings; Their needs and importance
in working with patients and families: Scopes and limitations of practice.
UNIT - II
Psychological,
Social,
Economic
implications
of
illness
disability
and
hospitalization for the patients - Patient as a whole person - Psychosomatic
Approach - Multidisciplinary Team work - Needs importance and principles Role
of Social work as a member of team.
UNIT - III
Hospital as a formal Organization, its Goals, Technology, Structure and
Functions, Departments, Administrative procedures of medical social work
Department:: Staffing, Organization and Functions, Extensional services Public Relation.
UNIT - IV
Impairment, Disability and Handicap: Causes, Types and Classification of
Physical handicap: Orthopedic disability, Visual handicap, Aural impairment
and Speech disability - Physical medicine, Physiotherapy, Occupational
Therapy, Rehabilitation: Definition, concept principles and process; Role of the
medical social worker in rehabilitation.
UNIT - V
Role of the Medical Social Worker in the following settings: Out Patient
Unit, Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric ward, Maternity ward, Abortion clinic,
Family planning centers, STD clinic, HIV Clinic, Orthopedic department,
Cardiology department, Blood bank, Hansenorium and Cancer department.
REFERENCES:
1. Bartlell, Harriet M:Social Work Practice in health field,newyork,National
association of Social worker,1961.
2. Banerjee G.R.:Social Service department in hospitals-Its Organizations and
functions,TISS,Bombay.1950.
3. Codey&carol H: Social aspects of illness, W.B.Sounders com.,
Philadelphia,1951
4. Minna Field: Patients are people, Columbia uni.press,New york,1953.
5. Golstaine Dora: Expanding Horizons in medical social work, University of
Chicago press,1955.
6 Roa,Sankar M:Hospital organization and administration, Deep & Deep
Pub.,Delhi,1992
YSW 905
LTPC
4-0-0-4
PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK
SEMESTER – IX
Elective – IV
UNIT - I
Psychiatric social work: Definition, Historical development in India and
Abroad - current status as a field of specialization -. Case work, Group work
and Community organization in the Psychiatric settings
- .Limitation and
difficulties faced in psychiatric social work practice.
UNIT - II
Therapeutic intervention in psychiatric illness; Cognitive Therapy, Individual
and Group Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Marital Therapy, Behavior Therapy,
Chemotherapy, Psycho surgery and Mega Vitamin Therapy, Occupational
Therapy.
UNIT - III
Theoretical framework for counseling; psychoanalytic Theory ,Transactional
Analysis, Client Centered Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Rational Emotive Therapy,
Existential Therapy and Adlerian Therapy.
UNIT - IV
Scope of Psychiatric Social Work practice: Roles and function of a psychiatric
social worker with regards to the problems of patients and their families in:
1. Psychiatric OPDs
2.Psychiatric specialty clinics
3. De-addition centers
4. Child Guidance clinics
UNIT – V
Rehabilitation
of
psychiatric
patients:
Roles
if
the
social
worker
in
rehabilitation-planning mobilization, reintegration of the patient in the family
and community; Roles of the psychiatric social worker in team work - Concepts
of: Therapeutic Community - Partial Hospitalization - Day care centers - Half
way homes - Sheltered workshop, on line services.
REFERENCES
1. Verma, ratna, psychiatric social work in India, sage pub, new delhi,1991.
2. Masserman, jules H.Et..al:Hand book of Psychiatric therapies,jasan Aaronson
inc,1973.
3. Dickson, Clifford Martha: social work practice with the mental retarded,
collier
Mac Millan, 1981.
4. Singh H.G Psycho therapy in India, National Psychological Association,1977.
5 Gordon,paul,L.&Lendz R.J:Psychological treatment of chronic mental
patients,Harward Uni,press,London,1977.
6. Kalpan Harold, et.al: Comprehensive text book of psychiatry, Williams &
Willkins, Vol I,II&iii 1980.
7. Garland,Margaret:The other side of Psychiatric care,MacMillan,1983.
LTPC
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RURAL AND TRIBAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
SEMESTER – IX
4-0-0-4
Elective – I
UNIT - I
Rural Community: Meaning, Characteristics. Rural Problems and their
implications: Poverty, illiteracy, unemployment and problems related to
agriculture. Community Development: Definition, Objectives, Philosophy and
Principles.
UNIT - II
Tribes: Definition, Characteristics of the Tribal community -Nomadic and
Denotified tribes - Major Indian tribes and tribes in Tamilnadu - Constitutional
Provision for the protection of tribes - Problems of tribes ( Child Marriage,
poverty, III- health, literacy and atrocities on tribes).
UNIT- III
Rural and Tribal Development Administration: Administrative structure for
rural & tribal development Central and State level. Panchayats Raj: Evolution
and functions of Panchayats Raj System - Salient Features of 73rd amendment Cooperative movement in India: Principles, Characteristics, Types and functions
of Cooperative - Rural Development Agencies - Participation in people’s
sustainable development.
UNIT - IV
NGOs in
Community
Development:
Livelihood
Promotion
(INGO’s)
-
Watershed, Health Education - Water & Sanitation - Women Empowerment –
Strengthening of SHGs through their promotion as Federations and Cooperatives –Target Groups Women Children, Youth, Physically challenged, and
Dalit Disadvantage.
UNIT - V
Critical Review of Rural and Tribal Development Programmes: Application
of social work methods and role of social workers - Role of voluntary Agencies
in rural and tribal development - Review of five year plans for Rural & Tribal
Development.
REFERENCES:
1. Jain.s.s: Community development and panchayats Raj in India.
2. Rajeshwari Dayal: Community Development in India
3. Mukerji.B. Community Development in India, Orient Longman, New
Delhi.
4. Government of India: Five year plans Kitab Mahal New Delhi.
5. William, Biddle,j: The community development process- The discovery of
local initiative,Holt Richards and Wington,New York,1965.
6. Mascarentas:A Strategy for rural development, Sage Pub.,Delhi.,1988.
YSW 907
SEMESTER – IX
URBAN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
LTPC
4-0-0-4
Elective – II
UNIT - I
Urban Community: Meaning, Characteristics, Rural- Urban Contrast. CityMeaning, Classification, Trends in Urbanization Process. Migration: Meaning
types and Theories.
UNIT - II
Urbanization
And
Urbanism:
Meaning,
Theories
of
urbanization,
Characteristics of urbanism, Slums: Definition, Approaches Theories and
Classification and Culture of Slums. Urban Problems: Housing, Drug Addiction,
Juvenile Delinquency, Prostitution, Pollution.
UNIT - III
Urban Community Development: Definition, Objectives and Historical
Background; Approaches, Principles, Process and Methods of Urban
Community Development, Welfare Extension Projects of center Social Welfare
Board, Urban Development Planning: Legislation Relating to Urban
Development (urban Land celing Act, Salient Features of 74th Amendment
Town and Country Planning Act, Nagarpalika Act and Tamil Nadu Slum
Clearance and Improvement Act) Community Planning and
Community
Participation.
UNIT - IV
Urban Development Administration: National, State, Local Levels; Structure
and Function of Urban Development Agencies; Urban Services and Urban
Deficiencies; Metropolitan Development Authorities, Housing and Urban
Development Corporation (HUDCQ); Housing Board, Role of voluntary Agencies
in Urban Development.
UNIT - V
Urban Development Programme: Five Year Plans and Urban Development:
Madras Urban Development Projects (MUDP) I & II; TamilNadu Urban
Development Project (TNUDP); Urban Basic Services Programme (UBSP), Nehru
Rozgar Yojana (NRY). Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board, Problems in
Implementation of Urban Community Development Programmes. Role of
Community Development Worker-Application of Social Work Methods in Urban
Development.
REFERENCES
1. Aray and Abbasi (1995) Urbanization and its Environmental Impact, Discovery
pub. New Delhi.
2. Diddee, Jayamala (1993) Urbanization – Trends, Perspectives and
Challenges, Rawat publication, Jaipur.
3. Stanley, Selwyn (2005) Social Problems and Issues : Perspectives for
Intervention, Allied pub. New Delhi.
4. Thudipara, Jacob Z. (1993) Urban Community Development, Rawat
publications, New Delhi
5. UN Habitat, (2003) The Slums of the world: The faces of urban poverty in
the, millennium, United Nations Center for Human Settlement, Nairobi.
6. DUBEY. M.K (2000) Rural and Urban Development in India, Common Wealth
publications, New Delhi.
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LTPC
4-0-0-4
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER – IX
Elective – III
UNIT – I
Introduction to Project Management: Objectives, Scopes, Importance and
Methodology. Micro and macro level Planning.
UNIT - II
Project Dimensions: Identification and formulation Details Project Report(DPP)
Project Appraisal: technical, economic and financial feasibility.
UNIT - III
Planning and Management of Implementation of Projects: Project Cycle
Management-Goal
oriented
programme
planning-Log
Frame,
Resource
Scheduling-Activity planning Network Analysis, Monitoring and evaluation;
Programme Evaluation review Technique(PERT) and Critical path Method(CPM)
UNIT - IV
Participatory Management: PLA, PRA, Participatory rural appraisal(PRA),
Participatory Learning action-Participatory evaluation. Proposal Writing-World
Bank projects, ICSSR, Action AID.
UNIT - V
Resource Mobilization: Techniques of fund raising; statutory Requirements for
the formation of contribution regulation Act, of fund raising; Statutory Society
and Trust; Foreign Contribution Regulation Act.
REFERENCES
1. Concept and Practices Section edition ,Allyn and bacon inc.,Boston,1983.
2. Mishra S.N.: Rural Development Planning-Design and methods, Satvacur
pub New Delhi 1984.
3.Chandra prasanna: Project: Preparation, Appraisal, Budgeting and
implementation, Tata Me Graw Hills, New Delhi,1988.
4. Jerome Wiesfd.& Ferdinand Levy K.: Management Guide to PRET / CPM,
Prencite Hall,New Delhi,1988.
YSW 909
LTPC
4-0-0-4
DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION
SEMESTER – IX
Elective – IV
UNIT - I
Communication: Meaning, Definition, Scope and purpose; elements of
communication; principles of effective
communication;
Communication
Process; Channels and stages of communication, skills and techniques of
communication; Postulates of communication.
UNIT - II
Methods
of
Communication:
Interpersonal
communication,
Group
Communication and mass communication; Types: Formal I and informal:
Theories
and
models
of
communication;
Development
of
self,
conflict
Resolution.
UNIT - III
Mass Communication Meaning, Development and Scope: Roles of mass
media in national Development, Limitations in the use of mass media in India.
UNIT - IV
Selection of Suitable Approaches for Different Target Groups; Audio Visual
Aids: Types and its uses; Folk media :Puppet Shows, Drama Street play, Fold
Dance, use of talks meeting, Conference, Campus; Campaign: Communication
through leaflets, Pamphlets, Bulletins, Circulars, Posters and notice boards.
UNIT - V
Communication; Research: Steps and Approach: Satellite
in structure
television Experiment (SITE); Aims and objectives: Satellite Communication for
National Development; Social implications of mass communication; Barriers to
communication.
REFERENCES
1. Mansion, gurmeell: Dictionary of journalism and mass communication, Hanam
Pub. New Delhi.1990.
2. Harton Paul et.al: the mass media and the village lige, sage pub., New
Delhi,1989.
3. Dahama O.B. & Bhatnagar O.P.: Education, communication for development,
Oxford &IBH New Delhi.1994.
4. Pokharapukar: Rural development and community television, concept pub.,
New Delhi01993.
5. Mahajan,Kamlesh: Communication and society, classical pub New Delhi 1990.
6. Patnakar, pandit & Lilia Day: Social communication and family planning,
Orient Longman, New Delhi,1973.
LTPC
YSW 910
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER – IX
4-0-0-4
Elective – I
UNIT - I
Human Resource Management – Concept and Significance – Scope and
Functions – HR Ethics - Historical Development - Hawthorne Experiment Organisation structure – Role of the HR Manager – Challenges in the 21st
Century.
UNIT - II
Human Resource planning: Tools and Techniques – Sources of recruitment –
Selection – induction – Job Evaluation – Meaning, Objectives, Methods and
Essentials - Job analysis – Meaning, significance – Process and Methods –.
UNIT - III
Training – Methods – Needs – Objectives and Methods – Wage and salary
administration – basis of payment – determinants – Incentive Plans – Fringe
benefits
UNIT - IV
Transfer meaning bases and types – Social Security Schemes and Post
Retirement Benefits - Human Resource Records – Maintenance – HR
Information System – HR Audit – HR Accounting – HR Research – HR and
Ethics – Global Human Resource Management – HRM and Productivity – People
Centric Partnership.
UNIT - V
Industrial Social Work: Meaning, Scope, Relevance, Application of Social Work
Methods in Industrial Sector – Labour Problems and Industrial Counseling in
Industries and Working with Families of the Industrial Workers.
REFERENCES
1. Human Resource Management
- DEBI S SAM & SAMI A KHAN - Response
Books
2. Human Resource Strategy
- Ashok Chands and Shipa Kabra Response \
Books
3. Memoria CB
- Personnel Management – HPH – ND
4. Chabbre TN, Akuja, Taneja
- PM & IR – Dhanbat Rai Pub House, Calcutta
5. AM. SHEIKH
- HRD and Management – S.Chand & Co., Ltd,
New Delhi
LTPC
YSW 911
LABOUR WELFARE AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
SEMESTER – IX
4-0-0-4
Elective – II
UNIT - I
Labour Welfare: Concept, principles, theories, types of welfare, Labour welfare
programmes: Safety, health and hygiene, worker’s education labour welfare
officer: Status, role, duties and functions.
UNIT - II
Welfare and Social Security Legislative Measures: Payment of Gratuity Act
1972, Employees State Insurance Act 1948, Employees Provident Fund Act
1952 including the pension scheme 1995. The Payment of Wages Act 1936, The
Minimum Wages Act 1948 and The Payment of Bonus Act 1965.
UNIT - III
Industrial Relations in India: Definition, meaning of Industrial relations,
characteristics of a good Industrial Relations system, Code of Discipline in
Industry. The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946. The
Industrial Disputes Act 1947.
UNIT - IV
Labour Organizations: ILO – History, aims, effectiveness, structure, functions
and achievements, Influence of ILO on Labour Welfare and Indian Industrial
Relations.Trade Union Movement : National and International. Trade Unionism:
Historical perspective, objectives, Functions - Trade Union Act 1926
UNIT - V
Collective Bargaining: Meaning, goals, pre-requisites and factors influencing
collective bargaining - Industrial Conflict : Causes and consequences, Grievance
procedure and Disciplinary Procedure. Workers participation in management:
Meaning, scope, participation schemes in Industries in India.
REFERENCES
1. Charles A.Myres, Industrial relations, India Asia publishing house, 1970
2. Prasad NGK, 1978, factories Law and Rules applicable to TN State, Vols.I, II, III,
IV Madras Book Agency
3. Dolia B.R.1982 Labour and Industrial Law, Drient Law House, New Delhi
4. Kumar C.B.’Development of Industrial relations in India’, Himalayan Publishing
House, 1983
5. Sharma A.M.Industrial Relations and conceptual legal frame work Himalaya
Publishing House, Bombay 1989
6. Bhagoliwal T.N. Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, Shitya
Bhavan, Agra 1990.
YSW 912
LTPC
4-0-0-4
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
SEMESTER – IX
Elective – III
UNIT - I
Organizational Behaviour: Definition and theoretical framework, Historical
perspective, functions and role of Managers (including information technology),
challenges and opportunities for managers to use OB concepts, behavioural
science discipline - Approaches and models of organizational behaviour.
UNIT - II
The Individual: Foundations of individual behaviour, values, attitudes and job
satisfaction, personality,
perception, concepts of motivation and its
applicability – Work Related Stress and Coping Strategies.
UNIT - III
The Group: Foundations of Group behaviour, Group Dynamics – Team Building
– Morale, Communication, Leadership, Power and Politics.
UNIT - IV
The
Organization
System:
Foundations
of
organization
structure,
organizational theories, Organizational culture, organizational effectiveness,
organizational climate, Japanese style of management, people capability and
maturity model.
UNIT - V
Organizational
Dynamics:
Organizational
Change
Management
–
Organizational Development, Conflict Resolution, Application of Transactional
analysis (Johari Window & Eric Berne) - Future of Organizational Behaviour.
REFERENCES
1. Arnold, Huge.J and Daniel E.Feldman : Organisational behaviour,
2. Mc.Graw Hill,1986
3. Fred Luthans : organizational behaviour, Mc.Graw Hill, New York, 1998
4. Klith Davis : Human behaviour at work, Mc.Graw Hill, 1995
5. Paul Hersey and Kenneth H.Blanchard : Management of organizational
behaviour, 4th edition, Practice Hall, N.J.1985
6. Prasad L.M. : organizational behaviour, S.Chand.Com. 2000.
YSW 913
LTPC
4-0-0-4
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
SEMESTER – IX
Elective – IV
UNIT- I
Evolution of Human Resources Development HRD: Meaning, Components,
Prerequisites
for successful HRD Programmes strategic HRD and its scope-Role
of Consultants clients and change Agents-HRD interventions.
UNIT- II
Career Planning and performance-Counseling: Meaning and Steps involvedCareer Development: Steps importance and problems, Succession planning;
Performance counseling: Condition for Effective Counseling, Process involved.
UNIT - III
Training and Development-Work Force Diversity-Identification of training needs
Objectives and significance-Employee Development Programmes and methods,
J.R., JIEJE- Evaluation - Promotion- Transfer- Competency mapping-Assessment
centers-Learning organization.
UNIT - IV
Performance
Appraisal:
Meaning,
Approaches
to
Performance
Appraisal,
Methods/techniques of appraisal system, importance, purpose and limitation;
Potential Appraisal: Meaning, scope and importance360 Degree feed Back
Performance Appraisal.
UNIT - V
HRD Trends: Quality of Work life Total Quality Management (TQM) Human
Resource information system: Meaning and importance ;ISO 9000 Series.
REFERENCES
1. HRD Audit
- TV Rao Response Books, New Delhi
2. Managing a Diverse Work Force
- Gany N Powell Sage Publications,NewDelhi
3. Dr Tripathi P.C.
- HRD – Sulthan Chand
4. Dr Tripathi P.C.
- Organisation Development and HRD
Sultanchand
5. AM. SHEIKH
- HRD and Management – S.Chand & Co.,
Ltd, New Delhi
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