Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

B.Com (Regular)
Program Outcome
 This program could provide Industries, Banking Sectors, Insurance
Companies, Financing companies, Transport Agencies, Warehousing etc.,
well trained professionals to meet the requirements.
 After completing graduation, students can get skills regarding various
aspects like Marketing Manager, Selling Manager, over all Administration
abilities of the Company.
 Capability of the students to make decisions at personal & professional level
will increase after completion of this course.
 Students can independently start up their own Business.
 Students can get thorough knowledge of finance and commerce.
 The knowledge of different specializations in Accounting, costing, banking
and finance with the practical exposure helps the students to stand in
Program Specific Outcome
 The students can get the knowledge, skills and attitudes during the end of
the B.com degree course.
 By goodness of the preparation they can turn into a Manager, Accountant ,
Management Accountant, cost Accountant, Bank Manager, Auditor,
Company Secretary, Teacher, Professor, Stock Agents, Government
employments and so on.,
 Students will prove themselves in different professional exams like C.A. ,
C S, CMA, MPSC, UPSC. As well as other coerces.
 The students will acquire the knowledge, skill in different areas of
communication, decision making, innovations and problem solving in day
to day business activities.
 Students will gain thorough systematic and subject skills within various
disciplines of finance, auditing and taxation, accounting, management,
communication, computer.
 Students can also get the practical skills to work as accountant, audit
assistant, tax consultant, and computer operator. As well as other financial
supporting services.
 Students will learn relevant Advanced accounting career skills, applying
both quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in
 Students will be able to do their higher education and can make research
in the field of finance and commerce.
Course Outcomes
Financial Accounting:
 To enable the students to learn principles and concepts of Accountancy.
 Students are enabled with the Knowledge in the practical applications of
 To enable the students to learn the basic concepts of Partnership Accounting,
and allied aspects of accounting.
 The student will get thorough knowledge on the accounting practice
prevailing in partnership firms and other allied aspects.
 To find out the technical expertise in maintaining the books of accounts.
 To encourage the students about maintaining the books of accounts for
further reference.
Marketing and Salesmanship
 This course enables the students, the practical knowledge and the tactics in
the marketing.
 To study and critically analyze the basic concepts and trends in Marketing.
 To aware of the recent changes in the field of marketing.
Computer Concepts and applications
 To make students familiar with computer environment & operating systems
 To introduce students with accounting packages like tally.
 To develop skill and knowledge among students in applications of internet in
education of commerce.
Business Mathematics and Statistics
 To use and understand useful functions in business as well as the concept of
 To understand the different concept of population and sample and to make
students familiar with Calculation of various types of averages and variation.
 To learn the applications of matrices in business.
 To understand the students to solve LPP to maximize the profit and to
minimize the cost.
 To use regression analysis to estimate the relationship between two variables
and to use frequency distribution to make decision.
 To understand the techniques and concept of different types of index
Business Environment and Entrepreneurship
 To make the students aware about the Business and Business Environment.
 To develop entrepreneurial awareness among students.
 To motivate students to make their mind set for thinking entrepreneurship as
Banking and Finance
 To familiar the students with the fundamentals of banking and thorough
knowledge of banking operations.
 To build up the capability of students for knowing banking concepts and
 To make the students aware of banking business and practices.
 To make understandable to the students regarding the new concepts
introduced in the banking system.
Compulsory English
 To offer relevant and practically helpful pieces of prose and poetry to
students so that they not only get to know the beauty and communicative
power of English but also its practical application.
 To expose students to a variety of topics that dominates the contemporary
socio-economic and cultural life.
 To develop oral and written communication skills of the students so that
their employability enhances.
 To develop overall linguistic competence and communicative skills of
Functional English
 To expose students to a good blend of old and new literary extracts having
various themes that are entertaining and informative so that they realize the
beauty ad communicative power of English
 To make students aware of the cultural values and the major problems in the
world today.
 To develop literary sensibilities and communicative abilities among
Business Economics (Micro)
 To provide students knowledge of Micro Economic concepts and inculcate
an analytical approach to the subject matter.
 To arouse the students interest by showing the relevance and use of various
economic theories.
 To apply economic reasoning to solve business problems.
Organizational skill development
 To make familiar the students with the emerging changes in the modern
office environment and to develop organizational skills.
 To build up the conceptual , analytical , technical and managerial skills of
students efficient office organization and records management
 Technical skills among the students for designing and developing effective
means to manage records , consistency and efficiency of work flow in the
administrative section of an organization will be developed.
 To develop employability skills among the students.
S.Y. B.com
Business Communication
 To make the students aware about the business communication.
 To understand the process and importance of communication.
 To develop awareness regarding new trends in business communication,
various media of communication and communication devices.
 To extend business communication skills through the application and
Corporate Accounting
 This course aims to enlighten the students on the accounting procedures
followed by the Companies.
 Student’s skills about accounting standards will be developed.
 To make aware the students about the valuation of shares.
 To impart knowledge about holding company accounts, amalgamation,
absorption and reconstruction of company.
Business Economics (Macro)
 To familiarize the students with the basic concept of Macro Economics and
its application.
 To aware students about Gross National Product (GNP), Net National
Product (NNP) ,Income at Factor cost or National Income at Factor Prices
,Per Capita Income , Personal Income ( PI ) ,Disposable Income etc.
 To Study the relationship among broad aggregates.
 To apply economic reasoning to solve the problems of the economy.
Business management
 To understand the concept & functions and importance of management and
its application.
 To make the student understand principles, functions and different
management theories.
Elements of company law
 To impart students with the knowledge of fundamentals of Company Law
and provisions of the Companies Act of 2013.
 To apprise the students of new concepts involving in company law regime.
 To acquaint the students with the duties and responsibilities of Key
Managerial Personnel.
Indian Banking System – I
 To make the students aware of Indian banking system.
 To enables students to understand the reforms and other developments in the
Indian Banking.
 To impart knowledge about functions and role of Reserve Bank of India.
Cost and works accounting I
 To understand Basic Cost concepts, Elements of cost and cost sheet.
 Providing knowledge about difference between financial accounting and
cost accounting.
 Ascertainment of Material and Labor Cost.
 Student’s Capability to apply theoretical knowledge in practical situation
will be increased.
Computer Programming and ApplicationsI
 To learn the skill how to use VBScript, transform Web pages from static
text and images into functional, interactive, and dynamic e-commerce
 To embed VBScript code in an HTML document.
 To use VBScript operators; write code that makes decisions based on
existing conditions, using control structures and loops.
 To enable students with a communication of Web page visitor using
Message and Input boxes.
 To use the DOM to control the layout of HTML pages, add effects, and
get information from users.
A course in environmental studies
 To furnish awareness about environmental problems among people.
 Impart basic knowledge about the environment and its allied problems.
 Developing an attitude of concern for the environment.
 Acquiring skills to help the concerned individuals in identifying and solving
environmental problems.
T.Y. B. Com.
Business Regulatory Framework (Mercantile Law)
 The student will well verse in basic provisions regarding legal frame work
governing the business world.
 To know the students with the basic concepts, terms & provisions of
Mercantile and Business Laws.
 To develop the awareness among the students regarding these laws
affecting trade business, and commerce.
Advanced Accounting
 To provide the knowledge of various accounting concepts
 To impart the knowledge about accounting methods, procedures and
 To acquaint students with practical approach to accounts writing by using
software package and by learning various accounts.
Indian & Global Economic Development
 To enable students to understand students to a new approach to the
study of the Indian Economy.
 To help the students in analyzing the present status of the Indian
 To rendering the process of integration of the Indian Economy with
other economics of the world.
 To notify students with the emerging issues in policies of India’s
foreign trade.
Auditing and taxation
 Students will be versed in the fundamental concepts of Auditing and
different aspects of tax.
 Students can understand Income Tax system properly, and can get the
knowledge of different tax provisions.
 To give knowledge about preparation of Audit report, Submission of Income
Tax Return, Advance Tax, and Tax deducted at Source, Tax Collection
Authorities under the Income Tax Act, 1961.
Banking & Finance II (Financial Markets and Institutions in India)
 Enable the students with Financial Markets and its various segments.
 To give the students and understanding of the operations and developments
in financial markets in India.
 To acquaint them to gain an insight into the functioning and role of financial
institutions in the Indian Economy.
Cost and Works Accounting II
 To keep the students conversant with the ever – enlarging frontiers of Cost
Accounting knowledge.
 Students can get knowledge of different methods and techniques of cost
 To impart Knowledge about the concepts and principles application of
Computer Programming and Application II (Computer Networking and
Cyber Security)
 To make students familiar with computer environment
 To make students familiar with operating systems.
 To make students aware of accounting packages like tally.
 To develop skill among students in applications of internet in
commerce education
 To educate students with the networking and different languages of
Cost and Works Accounting III
 To provide knowledge regarding costing techniques.
 To give training as regards concepts, procedures and legal Provisions of cost
Banking & Finance III (Banking Law and Practices in India.)
 To enlighten the students’ knowledge on Banking Regulation Acts.
 To give a thorough knowledge on Indian Banking System and Acts
pertaining to it.
 To provide understanding of nature, importance, of banking sector.
 To know the structure of finance related areas.
 To impart knowledge regarding source of finance for a business.
Computer Programming and Application III (Software Engineering)
 To learn the different system concepts used in Software Engineering.
 To understand the different types applications of Software Engineering.
 To be acquainted with the facts about Software Development.


Program Outcomes

PO1. Critical Thinking: Take informed actions after identifying the assumptions that frame our thinking and actions, checking out the degree to which these assumptions are accurate and valid, and looking at our ideas and decisions(intellectual,organizational, and personal) from different perspectives.
PO2. Problem Solving: Understand and solve problems of relevance to society to meet the specified needs using the knowledge, skills and attitudes acquired from humanities/ sciences/ mathematics/social sciences.
PO3. Effective Communication: Speak,read,write and listen clearly in person and through electronic media in English and in one Indian language, and make meaning of the world by connecting people, ideas,books, media and technology.
PO4. Global Perspective: Understand the economic, social and ecological connections that link the world’s nations and people.
PO5. Self-directed and Life-long Learning: Acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context socio-technological changes.
Program Specific Outcomes
PSO1. Understand the computer hardware through fundamentals,architecture and basics of networking.
PSO2. Develop programming skills using different programming language like C, C++,Java,python.
PSO3. Create and implement applications by applying the various technologies and strategies.
PSO4. Understand the emerging technologies and recent trends in the cyber world.
Course Code: CS1CRT01
Course: Computer Fundamentals and PC Hardware
CO1: Understand the history and basic organization of a computer.
CO2: Classify the power supply units for the working of a device.
CO3: Familiarize the various expansion slots and components of a motherboard.
CO4: Explain different classes of input devices and output devices.
CO5: Understand physical memory organization.
CO6: Explain different classes of primary and secondary memory.
CO7: Demonstrate PC assembling.

Course Code: CS1CMT01
Course: Fundamentals of Digital Systems
CO1: Get an insight about the basic introduction of Digital electronics.
CO2: Acquire knowledge on basic digital electronic gates.
CO3: Understand the Sequential Logic Circuits using Flip-Flops.
CO4: Examine the structure of various number system.
CO5: Define the most simplified circuit using various mapping and Mathematical methods.
CO6: Classify types of with and without memory elements digital electronic circuits.
Course Code: CA1CRT02
Course: Methodology of Programming and C Language
CO1: Illustrate the flowchart and design an algorithm for a given problem.
CO2: Explain about basics of computer and create an idea about programming rules.
CO3: Create an idea about Structure of programming to list out its supporting data’s and variables.
CO4: Understand User defined data types including Structure, Union to solve the problems.
CO5: Inscribe C programs that using pointers to access array, string and functions.
Course Code: CS2CRT03
Course: Data Communication
CO1: Understand and explain Data Communications System and its components.
CO2: Demonstrate the ability to discuss the relationship between data and signals.
CO3: Define Analog and Digital signals, Noiseless channels, Data flow.
CO4: Identify Guided and Unguided Media.
CO5: Describe Analog and Digital Conversion.
CO6: Explain Modulation and Demultiplexing.
CO7: Define Switching Methods.
Course Code: CS2CRT04
Course: Computer Organization and Design.
CO1: Describe the fundamentals organization of a computer system.
CO2: Explain the functional units of a processor.
CO3: Explain addressing modes, instruction formats and program control statements.
CO4: Distinguish the organization of various parts of a system memory hierarchy.
CO5: Describe basic concept of parallel computing.
CO6: Describe fundamentals concepts of pipeline and vector processing.
Course Code: CS2CRT05
Course: Object Oriented Programming using C++
CO1: Apply the concepts of object-oriented programming.
CO2: Ability to incorporate exception handling in object-oriented programs.
CO3: Understand advanced features of C++ specially stream I/O and Operator overloading.
CO4: Ability to build C++ classes using appropriate encapsulation and design principles.
CO5: Describe file handling and pointer concept.
CO6: Use the characteristics of an object-oriented programming language in a program.
Course Code: CS3CRT06
Course: Database Management Systems
CO1: Understand database concepts and structures and query language.
CO2: Understand the ER Model and relational model.
CO3: Design and build a simple database system.
CO4: Use data definition language to create, alter, drop database, to handle data manipulation language to query, update, and manage a database.
CO5: Discuss Transaction Processing and Database Security.
Course Code: CS3CRT07
CO1: Understand the life cycle of a systems development project
CO2: Understand the analysis and development techniques required as a team member of a medium-scale information systems development project.
CO3: Ability to define project analysis using different charts and tools.
CO4: Define study phase of project using data from analysis phase.
CO5: Ability to design and evaluate the project
CO6: Develop systems project documentation.

Course Code: CS3CRT08
CO1: Understand the network, connecting devices.
CO2: Identify the different types of network topologies and protocols.
CO3: Enumerate and explain the layers of OSI model and TCP/IP.
CO4: Understand and building the skills of sub netting and routing mechanisms.
CO5: Understand the basic protocols of computer networks, and how they can be used to assist in network design and implementation.
CO6: Identify different types of network devices and their functions within a network.

Course code: CS3CRT09
CO1: Understand basic data structures such as arrays, linked lists, stacks and queues.
CO2: Describe the hash function and concepts of collision and its resolution methods.
CO3: Apply Algorithm for solving problems like sorting, searching, insertion and deletion of data.
CO4: Ability to implement Linear and Non-Linear data structures.
CO5: Solve problems based upon different data structure & also write programs.
CO6: Choose an appropriate data structure for a particular problem.

Course Code: CS4CRT10
CO1: Explain the fundamental concepts of open-source operating system, Linux.
CO2: Understand the basic set of commands and editors in Linux operating system.
CO3: Discuss shell programming in Linux operating system.
CO4: Demonstrate the role and responsibilities of a Linux system administrator.
CO5: Distinguish various filter and server commands.
CO6: Ability to create their own servers and network.

Course Code: CS4CRT12
CO1: Define operation research: Scientific methods and limitations.
CO2: Discuss and solve transporting the products from the origin to the destinations with least transportation cost.
CO3: Define sequencing problems and discuss the processing time of different jobs in different machine.
CO4: Identify the resources required for the projects and generate plan and work schedule.
CO5: Understand the minima/maxima problems into optimization framework.
CO6: Learn efficient computational procedures to solve optimization problems.

Course Code: CS4CRT13
CO1: Introduce the creation of static webpage using HTML
CO2: Understand, analyze and apply the role languages like HTML, CSS, XML, JavaScript and protocols in the workings of web and web applications.
CO3: Write a large array of programs in PHP with some of the most important functionalities of the language provides.
CO4: Design Web pages using HTML, CSS and PHP.
CO5: Develop simple web applications using server side PHP programming and Database connectivity using MySQL.
CO6: Distinguish PHP as a server side programming language.

Course Code: CS5CRT14
Course : System Software and Operating Systems
CO1: Understand the fundamentals of Operating Systems
CO2: Learn the mechanisms involved in memory management in contemporary OS.
CO3: Understand concepts that includes architecture, Mutual exclusion algorithms, deadlock detection algorithms and agreement protocols.
CO4: Understand SIC architecture, features of utility software’s such as assemblers, loaders, linkers, editors and macro processor.
CO5: Design simple assembler for simple instruction computer.
CO6: Design elementary macro processor for simple assembly level language.





Educate students in both the artistry and utility of the English language through the study of literature and other contemporary forms of culture.

Provide students with the critical faculties necessary in an academic environment, on the job, and in an increasingly complex, interdependent world.

Graduate students who are capable of performing research, analysis, and criticism of literary and cultural texts from different historical periods and genres.

Assist students in the development of intellectual flexibility, creativity, and cultural literacy so that they may engage in life-long learning.


Students should be familiar with representative literary and cultural texts within a significant number of historical, geographical, and cultural contexts.

Students should be able to apply critical and theoretical approaches to the reading and analysis of literary and cultural texts in multiple genres.
Students should be able to identify, analyze, interpret and describe the critical ideas, values, and themes that appear in literary and cultural texts and understand the way these ideas, values, and themes inform and impact culture and society, both now and in the past.

Students should be able to write analytically in a variety of formats, including essays, research papers, reflective writing, and critical reviews of secondary sources.

Students should be able to ethically gather, understand, evaluate and synthesize information from a variety of written and electronic sources.

Students should be able to understand the process of communicating and interpreting human experiences through literary representation using historical contexts and disciplinary methodologies.



By the time of graduation, students will attain the following.
PO1. Graduates are able to recognize and manage personal values in a way that allows
professional values to guide practice
PO2. Graduates are able to distinguish, appraise, and integrate multiple sources of knowledge
including research based knowledge and practice wisdom
PO3 Graduates are able to initiate, design and implement advanced practice interventions with
individuals, groups, organization and communities
PO4. Graduates are able to analyze, formulate, and advocate for policies that advance
social well being
PO5. Graduates are able to coordinate and promote new social institutions such as self-help
groups, mutual aid societies, community welfare centers, government and non-governmental
PO6: Graduates are able to advocate for human rights , social and economic justice
Program Specific Outcome (PSO)
The student will be able to:-
PSO1 Quality education for the masters level practitioners and researchers in social work
who will provide services to all the people in need. Student to possess knowledge and
understanding of human needs and social problems.
PSO2: Facilitate interdisciplinary approach for better understanding of social problems,
situations and particular issues.
PSO3: Ability to use practice, policy and administrative experience to inform the formulation
of researchable questions, selection of more evidence- informed interventions and conduct of
programe evaluation , particularly with diverse and marginalized clients.
PSO4: Sensitize about various dimensions of human behavior and influencing factors in
accordance with the society or environment
PSO5: Able to critically analyze, monitor, and evaluate interventions
PSO6: Develop socially conscious and responsible citizens who have an intelligent grasp of
social issues and social delivery systems.
Course Objectives
1. To enable students to understand the fundamental concepts in social work
2. To understand the context of the emergence of social work as a profession and its practice
in varied settings.
3. To critically analyse the importance of professional values and ethics of social work practice.
Economics for Social Work Practice
Course Objectives
1. To introduce the basic economic concepts and principles for social work practice.
2. To identify economic factors involved in social problems.
3. To analyse the economic dimensions of development processes and outcomes.
Sociology for Social Work Practice
Course objectives
1. To enable the students to understand basic concepts in sociology
2. To deepen the awareness on various aspects related to socialization and patterns of
interaction existing in the
3. To learn about the prevailing social problems and social movements in the society
4. To develop an understanding on the importance of sociology for social work practice
Working with Individuals
Course Objectives
1. To understand the case work method and its application in practice
2. To equip theoretical knowledge for work with individuals
3. To develop competencies to use the method in practice while working with Individual clients
General Psychology
Course Objectives
1. To help the students to understand the dynamics of behaviour in terms of heredity and
environment as
shapers of personality.
2. To help the students to gain an insight into the components of general psychology.
3. To introduce the students to the basic mechanism of mental processes
Developmental Psychology
Course Objectives
1. To develop a basic understanding of the developmental changes throughout the life span
2. To integrate the knowledge on developmental changes, related issues with personal
experiences and
observations of human development.
3. To critically reflect on the implications for social work practice with people at different
stages of human life
1. To understand groups as a means of social work practice
2. To have clarity on the principles, values, objectives of social work
3. To understand group work process and group development
4. To develop group work practical knowledge and skills
1. Develop understanding of critical elements of community organization practice
2. Enhance understanding of various models and strategies for community organization
3. Develop critical perspectives and skills for participatory processes in community
Legal Information for Social Work practice
Course Objectives
1. Critically understand and appreciate the Indian Constitution with particular emphasis on
Fundamental Rights
and Directive Principles.
2. Acquire a basic understanding of Indian Legal System both in its civil and criminal
3. Have clarity about the various laws and procedures of Social Legislation in the fields of –
family, women,
children and other marginalized groups areas of Disaster Management and environment.
4. Learn the skills of using legal procedures to ensure the human rights of various marginalized
Rural Development
Rural development -concepts/strategies
Rural development experience in India
Green revolution/white revolution
Skill development programmes- of the government of India
Administration of Non-Profit Organizations
1. To understand the requirements of NGO Administration
2. To develop the skills of NGO Administration
3. To understand the legal process and procedures in initiating and running an NGO
Research and Statistics for Social Work Practice
1. To develop a basic understanding of research methodology and statistics
2. To understand the importance and practical implications of Social Work Research as a
Method of Social Work
3. To develop a basic understanding about social work research and its process
4. To develop skills in selection and use of the tools for data collection, processing of data and
appreciation of
statistical techniques.
5. To do research by applying research concepts and statistical tools in preparing research
proposals, data analysis and reporting for social work practice
1. To develop a basic understanding about the management concepts and principles
2. To understand the different theoretical approaches to management
3. To be familiar with the motivating factors and skills in working in teams in an organisation
4. To understand the dynamism of an organization including the administrative structures,
processes and Procedures.
1. To understand the basic concepts of Health and Community health
2. To understand the policies/services in health and implications for social work practice.
3. To equip the students with skills for social work practice in community health sector
Development Communication
1. To understand key concepts in development communication
2. To understand the role of communication in Development
3. To gain knowledge and skills in communication strategies and techniques for social work
Project Planning and Management
• To provide basic knowledge in project management
• To help the students to acquire skill in preparation, management, monitoring and
evaluation of projects
• To give them an opportunity to understand the relevance of project planning and
management in different
• fields of Socialwork
• To equip the students to write independent project proposals
• To encourage students to research, investigate how and why things happen, and make
their own decisions about complex environmental issues by developing and enhancing
critical and creative thinking skills.
• To understand how their decisions and actions affect the environment, builds
knowledge and skills necessary to address complex environmental issues, as well as
ways we can take action to keep our environment healthy and sustainable for the future.
• To develop the sense of awareness among the students about the environment and its
various problems and to help the students in realizing the inter-relationship between
man and environment and helps to protect the nature and natural resources.
• To help the students in acquiring the basic knowledge about environment and the social
norms that provides unity with environmental characteristics and create positive
attitude about the environment.
• To foster a new generation of informed consumers, workers, as well as policy or
decision makers.
• To encourage character building, and to develop positive attitudes and values.
Gandhian Philosophy and Social Work
Course objectives:
• Understand the fundamentals of Gandhian Philosophy and Gandhian Social Work
• Develop an understanding on Gandhian views on economics, education ,industry and
• Analyse Gandhian approach to Rural reconstruction
Social Work Practice with Children
• To understand the key concepts related to child development and social work with
• To impart to the trainee, specific social work intervention methods in dealing with
• To create an understanding about the national laws and policies related to children
• To understand the problems faced by the children
Theory and Practice of Counseling
• To gain basic knowledge about theories and approaches of counseling.
• To understand the process of Counselling.
• To gain skills for practice of Counselling in different settings
• To understand the key concepts related to aging and social work with elderly
• To equip students with necessary skills in social work with elderly
• To create an understanding about the laws policies and programmes related to elderly
• To understand the theoretical framework of working with elderly
As the firstyear students come from varied academic backgrounds, the focus of the first
semester field practicum Lab is primarily orientation and first hand exposure to the agencies in
the different settings like, industries, hospitals, correctional settings, community based
organizations, Government Organizations, special schools, NGOs etc
Field orientation is conducted in the form of observational visits to various settings of Social
Work practice. This is organized in order to give the students an exposure and orientation to
the ongoing services by different socialwork/welfare organizations/Projects for addressing
people’s needs. They are also meant to give the student an idea of the possibilities ahead, to
understand the element of professionalism, the issues and the problems involved. The
orientations include fifteen exposure visits to agencies/projects in and around the institution.
Students are prepared for the visits with a brief orientation session, and are given guidelines
for observation and report writing. Each visit is followed by a group discussion facilitated by
a faculty member.
Setting: Anganwadis
• To develop positive attitude towards self and others.
• To gain an in-depth understanding on the ICDS Scheme and Anganwadis: Goals &
Objectives, Administration
• & Functioning.
• To develop skills in observation, analytical learning, team work and recording
• To utilize the knowledge about characteristics, problems and needs of early childhood
and their families in
• dealing with them
• To understand and appreciate the need for environment conservation
The students are expected to achieve the below given objectives.
• To understand the functioning of an NGO/welfare agency, its Management, objectives,
programmes etc.
• To acquire and develop skills in observation, team work, planning, organizing,
recording and evaluation.
• To develop and utilize knowledge of psychosocial systems affecting the functioning of
groups and
• communities.
• To understand in depth the application of SW methods of dealing with groups (Group
Work) and communities
• (Community organization)
• To understand the legal system concerning the target group
• To participate in the process of networking with other organizations/agencies working
in areas related to social issues/problems.
Setting: Kudumbashree /Other micro finance institutions
• To understand the functioning of Kudumbashree/Other micro finance institutions, its
• structure,legal framework, objectives, programmes and stakeholders
• To participate in the routine activities of Kudumbashree / Other micro finance
institutions and contribute to
• the functioning of balasabhas, NHGs and micro enterprises
• To acquire and develop skills in observation, team work, planning, organizing,
recording and evaluation
• To practice social work with groups in the context of existing groups in
Kudumbashree/Other micro finance
• institutions
• To get a first-hand experience in problem formulation and implementation of research
• To understand the application of Development Communication strategies in the setting.
Setting: NGOs/projects
Pattern: Concurrent (two days/week)
• To acquire and develop skills in observation, team work, planning, organizing,
recording and evaluation
• To understand Group dynamics and basic concepts in the context
• To acquire skills in Project planning and management
• To understand the importance of Development Communication in development
• To acquire skills in programme planning, implementation and evaluation using the
• communication strategies
• To understand the basic concepts, principles, techniques of counselling
• To understand the health care system in the community
Setting: State/National/International level agencies
• To get an exposure to one’s area of interest and build up the capacity of being selfdirected
• To understand the linkage between theories and paradigms for Social Work practice
• To render professional participation in the agency, by various means such as developing
working relationships, working as a member of a team, participating in/contributing to
staff development programmes at appropriate levels.
• To grow in the ability to use supervision and feedback
• To identify possible avenues of after-training placement
• To understand the importance of cultural and diversity issues in practice
The Project Work in BSW programme has to be done individually. Purpose of project is to
help the student researcher to get an understanding about the steps in research and the
application of the theory of research methodology in a systematic manner. It also gives an
opportunity for the student to use Social Work Research as a method of Social Work Practice..
Course Outcomes
• Understand basic concepts of sociology and its different dimensions
• Apply the concepts of sociology in Social Work practice.
• Analyze different dimensions of prevailing social issues in India
• Recognize the linkage of social issues and the design of social work interventions.
• Understand basic economic concepts and the economic situation in India
• Appraise the effect of national/global economy on social life in a society
Course Outcomes
• Demonstrate knowledge of the major influences in human development.
• Explain the structure and function of the brain.
• Understand the developmental changes in various developmental stages across the life span.
• Analyse the importance of developmental psychology in social work practice and be able to
link with real life situations
• Able to identify the use of theoretical concepts in lifespan stages in social work practice
Understand the theories related to human development
Course Outcomes
• Understand the history of social work approaches with respect to underlying ideologies and
• Appreciate social work as a profession and to recognize the need and importance of Social
Work Education, Training and Practice.
• Identify the importance of professional values and ethics in social work practice.
• Understand different fields of social work intervention and the issues and concerns of social
work practice in India.
• Understand the social movements and role of social reformers in social welfare.
• Understand the present issues faced by social work profession.
Course Outcomes
• Understand Social Case Work as a method of Social Work and apply it as an intervention
• Demonstrate knowledge of the values and Principles of Social Case Work and to develop the
capacity to practice them.
• Acquire the required skills for practicing social case work.
• Demonstrate ability to adopt a multi- dimensional approach in assessment. • Able to
document and social case work practice
• Apply social case work method in various settings.
Course Outcomes
• Display an depth knowledge about the community organization process.
• Understand the use and practice of community organization in various fields of social work.
• Explain the role of social worker in social action and social reform for social development.
• Able to undertake social audit, social impact assessments
• Able to analyze ongoing community organization programmes.
• Identity the emerging trends and experiments in community organization
• Understanding a community in terms of its geographical, social, economic and
political systems, power structures and their inter-relationships based on the
theoretical understanding obtained from the courses in the semester.
• Understanding and practice the values and code of ethics of professional social
work practice and familiarize with the principles of social work.
• Develop understanding of the assumptions, principles, phases and models of
community organization.
• Knowledge of the structure and function of the decentralized governance system
and various institutions in the community
• Demonstrate professional rapport building skills with the people in the community
• planning, implementation and evaluation frame work in a community setting
• Demonstrate oral, written and presentation skills of communication in a
community context
• Demonstrate skills in social analysis and need assessment, program
Course Outcomes
• Understand the fundamentals of human behaviour
• Demonstrate knowledge of classification and overview of psychological disorders.
• Develop insight about the theories of human personality
• Demonstrate knowledge of concepts theories of social psychology
• Analyse individual behaviour in social context.
• Analyze the group behaviour in social context
Course Outcomes
• Understand the process, the skills necessary and the principles to be abided by in
helping individuals
• Acquire knowledge of the theoretical and therapeutic approaches in counselling and
• Demonstrate knowledge and skills in the process and techniques of Counselling and
• Demonstrate skills for ethical practice of counselling with different clients in various
settings • Understand the concepts of Psychotherapy and various psychotherapeutic
• Demonstrate knowledge of skills and techniques of various psychotherapeutic
Course Outcomes
• Demonstrate professionalism in their
• Demonstrate skills in critical reflection in personal and professional practice contexts
• Display knowledge and competence in life
• Demonstrate skills in communication
• Able to document social work practice in respective domain areas
• Display competence in management of teams and leadership in the practice context
Course Outcomes
• Understand Social Group Work as a method of Social Work and apply it as an
intervention method.
• Demonstrate skills to apply the method for development and therapeutic work
• Understand the scope of Social Group Work in different settings.
• Understand group work as an instrument of change/development in individual in groups
• Develop skills to work with different stages and record the process
• Display therapeutic skills for Group Work practice
Course Outcomes
• Develop an understanding about the scientific approach to human inquiry
• Understand Social research as a method of social work and to develop the appropriate
skills to effectively implement the research methods and techniques in the field.
• Demonstrate skills in literature search
• Able to design research proposals
• Understand the relevance and able to carry out appropriate statistical analysis in social
work research
• Independently evaluate different methodological approaches within qualitative
• Understand the functioning of a structured setting/agency – Primary or Secondary (e.g.,
a school, a hospital, or an institution providing services for people with inability, social,
’physical or mental)
• Understand in depth the application of Social Work methods in dealing with individuals
(case work) and groups (group work)
• Develop the ability to do interventions ensuring clients’ participation.
• Be familiar with the method of social work research through field level application 5.
Develop skill in writing academic articles based on practice experience. 6. Develop the
skill in recording.
Course Outcome
• Understand in detail the nature, approaches and strategies of development projects
• Analyze systematic approach to programme planning.
• Develop an understanding of the changing trends in participatory programme planning
approach in government and NGOs.
• Demonstrate skills to handle various phases of Development projects
• Understand the concepts of financial management of a project
• Able to write project proposals
Course Outcomes
• Develop understanding of the evolution of administration as a science and as a method
in Social Work Practice.
• Develop understanding and appreciate the utility of the administrative structures,
processes and procedures in an organization.
• Acquire knowledge and skills in the use of different management techniques in HSO.
Develop an understanding of elements of management and
• Understand concepts in organizational management.
• Acquire knowledge of the concept of social marketing and its scope in social work
• To gain an in-depth knowledge of the specialization area. Elective (Specialization) –
Community Development (CD) Specific objectives:
• Understand the administrative structure and functioning of the agency
• Be familiar with the policies, laws and government programmes applicable to the client
systems of the agency
• Be familiar with the approaches and intervention strategies in the development sector
Develop the skill in using PRA
• techniques in the setting
• Develop skill in intervention at organizational / community level ensuring people’s
Course Outcomes
• Understand the concept of health and integrated approach to health in the context of
• Critically analyze plans and policies/services in health and implications for social work
• Demonstrate knowledge on concepts of Community Health, community participation,
vital indicators and demographic data of health • Develop skills for intervention in
community health sector
Course Outcomes
• Acquire understanding on the evolution of psychiatry and attitude towards mental
• Demonstrate knowledge and skills of assessment in mental health settings. •
Demonstrate knowledge of clinical psychopathology.
• Develop an understanding of the nature, causes, types and treatment of mental health
disorders in children, adolescents and adults.
• Acquire knowledge of Socio-Cultural Factors influencing mental health.
• Develop a critical understanding of Mental Health Policies.
Course Outcomes
• Develop an understanding of the holistic concept of Health.
• Understand and analyze different health problems in India
• Assess the scope of social work methods in medical settings.
• Demonstrate skills for interventions in medical social work practice.
• Understand role and functions of a medical social worker in various settings
• Analyse the standards of social work practice in health setting
Course Outcomes
• Understand the concept of health and integrated approach to health in the context of
• Critically analyze plans and policies/services in health and implications for social work
• Demonstrate knowledge on concepts of Community Health, community participation,
vital indicators and demographic data of health
• Develop skills for intervention in community health sector.
Social Legislation and Human Rights
Course Outcomes
• Understand the Indian Legal System and its functioning.
• Understand and appreciate the Indian Constitution with particular emphasis on the
Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles.
• Understand the nature of social legislation and the various
• Explain salient features of legislations for family, women, children and other
marginalized groups.
• Explain the concept of social policy and demonstrate skills in social policy analysis.
• Demonstrate skills of using legal procedures to defend the human rights of various
marginalized groups.
Gerentological Social Work
Course Outcomes
• Understand the concept of gerontology and approaches to ageing • Analyse the process
and issues of ageing
• Analyse policies and programmes for elderly in India.
• Demonstrate skills in working with
• Demonstrate knowledge and skills for interventions in Gerentological Social Work
• Explain and analyze institutional and non-institutional services for elderly.
Social Work Interventions in the field of Mental Health
Course Outcomes
• Able to apply psychosocial Treatment Methods for persons with Mental and Emotional
• Understand Institutional approaches to provision of Mental Health Services.
• Demostrate knowledge and skill in the practice of Community Psychiatry and
School Mental Health and Social Work Practice
Course Outcomes
• Understand the basics of child mental health and issues of children • Develop
knowledge of the history of social work in schools
• Demonstrate knowledge and skills to work in educational settings.
• Able to deliver life skills education
• Understand the multiple levels and systems operating to define schools and ways social
workers can effectively practice at these various levels and within these systems.
• Gain an in-depth knowledge of the specialization area by working with an agency in
the respective area
• Practice adaptively all the methods of social work (both primary and secondary)
Purpose of dissertation/project is to help the student researcher to get an understanding
about the steps in social work research and the application of the theory of research
methodology in a systematic manner.
Block Placement
• The fourth and the last semester block placement is the culmination of practice training
and the students are given preference to select their own agency, based on their interest
areas within the framework of the specialization area.
• This placement is meant to give them the opportunity to work as professional Social
Workers and take up individual assignments and responsibility.
• Students could also take up job in an organization and complete this requirement
therein, provided that the learning objectives could be ensured.
• The focus is on ‘integrated social work practice’, wherein the student is expected to
practice adaptively all the methods and skills with the expected attitudinal disposition.
• The tasks will depend on the agency and the student initiative.