- Social work practitioners that Chanakya University aims to graduate will.
- Be able to serve as skilled practitioners who engage with societal problems from an ethical perspective recognizing diversity.
- Serve as change agents who advance social, economic, and environmental justice and also promote human rights.
- Become leaders who value and appreciate human relationships as much as the synergistic relationship of human civilization with nature.
- Practice scientific enquiry and lifelong learning.
- Multi-lateral bi-lateral agencies
- Big International NGOs
- Foundations / Think tanks
- CSR division of corporate houses
- Government departments intervening into social dysfunction
- Social entrepreneurship
- Industrial relations and personal management offices
- Identify as a professional social worker and conduct oneself accordingly.
- Apply social work ethical principles to guide professional practice.
- Apply critical thinking to inform and communicate professional judgments.
- Engage diversity and difference in practice.
- Advance human rights and social and economic justice.
- Engage in research-informed practice and practice-informed research.
- Apply knowledge of human behavior and the social environment.
- Engage in policy practice to advance social and economic well-being and to deliver effective social work services.
- Respond to contexts that shape practice.
- Engage, assess, intervene, and evaluate with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities
- Hands on practice of social work in reputed and change making NGOs
- Interaction with established professionals to inform practice aspects of theory
- Ethnographic understanding of social problems during field study
- Opportunity to intern at Big NGOs[BINGOs] and International NGOs[INGOs]
- Participatory research in Asia
- International society for Third sector Research [ISTR] JHU, Baltimore
- Social solidarity economy, Manila, Philippines
- Eco-Foundation for sustainable alternatives
- Charles Leopold Mayers foundation
September 2023- June 2024
|Course Type||Course Tiltle||Course Credit|
|Semester 1||Core||Introduction to Professional Social Work||4|
|Core||Human Growth and Development||4|
|Core||Social Case Work||4|
|Core||Social Group Work||4|
|Special Paper||Communication Skills for Social Workers||4|
|Special Paper||Personal and Professional Growth||4|
|Core||Field Work/Practicum 1||4|
|Semester 2||Core||Community Organisation||4|
|Core||Social Work Research and Statistics||4|
|Core||Counselling – Theory and Practise||4|
|Special Paper||Social Action – Networking and Advocacy||4|
|Special Paper||Development Paradigms for the Empowerment of the Marginalized||4|
|Core||Field Work/Practicum 2||4|
|Open Elective||Life Skills for Quality Living||4|
|Semester 3||Core||Social Policy, Law, Governance and Social Work||4|
|Core||Medical and Psychiatric Social Work||4|
|Core||Human Resource Management and Development||4|
|Special Paper||Organisational Behaviour and Organisational Development||4|
|Special Paper||Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development||4|
|Core||Field Work/ Practicum 3||4|
|Open Elective||Mental Health and Counselling||4|
|Semester 4||Core||Management of Welfare and Development Organisations||4|
|Core||Rural Urban and Tribal Community Development||4|
|Core||Labour Legislation and Industrial Relations||4|
|Special Paper||Project Management for Participatory Development||4|
|Special Paper||Women Child and Correctional Social Work||4|
|Core||Field Work/Practicum 4||4|