College of Social Work, Nirmala Niketan, Mumbai
Three year Full time course, Intake 60
Eligibility: Higher Secondary School Certificate examination (Std.XII) conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, or an equivalent examination of any other Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary examination.
Candidates applying for the B.S.W. and M.S.W. programmes should have the following minimum percentage of marks in all subjects (aggregate) of the qualifying examination.Min marks for Minority and General Categories 45% Reserved Categories (SC/ST/DT/NT) 40%
Application for admission must be made in the prescribed form available in the office of the College of Social Work, Nirmala Niketan, 38, Sir Vithaldas Thackersey Marg, Mumbai 400 020. The application form is available generally from the 15th of March onwards. The application must be completed with relevant papers attached (as indicated in the application from) and submitted to the College office on or before the 31st of May or the date given by the College. The application form will not be considered for admission unless all information sought is provided therein, including attested copies of documents mentioned in the application form. The application form can be downloaded from the College website and the same posted together with the prescribed fee and enclosures. The Prospectus, in this case, will be posted on receipt of the form and the fee.
A number of scholarships available including,Government of India Scholarships: Students who are physically handicapped or belonging to reserved categories can apply for government scholarships. The forms for these scholarships should be submitted to the office latest by mid-August in order to claim exemption from University fees by reserved category students. If the forms are not submitted by the above date, the University fees will be paid to the office by the end of August
2 years full time course, intake 60.
Every candidate for the Master of Social Work must have taken the Bachelor’s degree of this University in any faculty, or the Bachelor’s degree of any other University recognized as equivalent to the Bachelor’s degree of this University.
Note : Every candidate for the Master of Social Work shall be required to register him/her self as a postgraduate student before admission to the course.
Candidates applying for the B.S.W. and M.S.W. programmes should have the following minimum percentage of marks in all subjects (aggregate) of the qualifying examination.Minority and General Categories 50% Reserved Categories (SC/ST/DT/NT) 45%
For the MSW Programme admissions are based on a series of admission tests, a group discussion and a panel interview which takes into consideration the candidate’s past academic performance, proficiency in the English language, general knowledge, background in social work experience, interest and aptitude for the profession.