ADMISSION POLICY FOR B.S.W

College of Social Work, Nirmala Niketan (Autonomous) Mumbai

Schedule for BSW I admissions under Autonomy

2019-2020

Open Online link and submission of pre admission online Enrolment forms

29th May 2019 to 17th June 2019

Submission of Admission form along with printed copy of pre admission enrolment forms

( Mandatory)

7th June  to 17th June 2019

Pre Admission Orientation Program for the BSW applicants belonging to the Reserved and Minority Category  18th June 2019 between 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Entrance Exam

PERSONAL INTERVIEW

19th June 2019 at 9.00 am

12.30 TO 5.00 P.M

20th June 2019

10.00 a.m to 1.00 p.m 

1st  merit list

Verification of Documents and payment of fees

Friday, 22nd  June 2019 

4.30 p.m

Monday, 24th June 2019

 

2nd Merit list

Verification of Documents and payment of fees

Tuesday 25th June 2019

Wednesday 26th June 2019

3rd and final merit list

Verification of Documents and payment of fees

Thursday, 27th 2019

Friday, 28th  2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENTRANCE TEST AND INTERVIEW SCHEDULE

Thursday 19Th June 2019

Test Component

 Time

  1. Reporting Time

 9:00 am

       2. Entrance Test

 9:30 am to 11:30 am

       3. Personal Interview

12:30 pm Onwards

 

 

 

1. ELIGIBILITY

  • Candidates aspiring for BSW programme should have completed Higher Secondary Course/PUC/ +2 from any of the Approved School Boards in India.
  • The minimum percentage for marks at the XIIth standard board exam  for eligibility to BSW admission process is 45% for General Category candidates and 40% for the candidates from Minority and Reserved Category.

2. COURSE INFORMATION

  1. The College provides a Generic program at the B.S.W. level. A choice based credit system [CBCS] of three years has been adopted for the B.S.W. course since 2016-2017. The curriculum consists of relevant aspects of both theory and field work.
  2. The need to provide individualized field instruction (practice training), demands that a relatively small number of students are admitted to the College.
  3. There is no minimum age for admission provided the student meets all other eligibility and admission criteria required by the University and the College. Admission is open to students of all genders.
  4. Being a Catholic Minority College 50% seats are reserved for Catholic students.
  5. English is the medium of instruction. Hence, the ability to use English as a language is essential for this course. Fluency in either Hindi or Marathi is required for field work while working with the client system.
  6. For details about the BSW Program and the Fee Structure, kindly read the Prospectus available on the website. 

3. ADMISSION GUIDELINES

  1. Applicants aspiring for BSW admissions need to simultaneously register with theUniversity Pre-Admission Online Registration web portal available at http://mum.digitaluniversity.ac. This site becomes active as soon as results of higher secondary(XII Std ) exams are declared by the Maharashtra Board.Students have to fill in the online form of the college availabe on http://cswnn.edu.in/content/student-registration-form
  2. Applicants from states other than Maharashtra, and foreign nationals may also use this facility. However, foreign nationals have to undergo additional mandatory procedures by contacting the University directly before applying.
  3. The Candidates applying from University other than the University of Mumbai have to follow eligibility process prescribed  by the University of Mumbai.
  4. The printout of University Pre-Admission Online Registration form should be submitted in the college along with the College BSW Application Form without fail.

 Candidates are requested to carefully fill all the relevant sections in the application form. Also remember that the BSW college application form will not be accepted in the absence of (a) University Enrolment Form Registration; (b) relevant documents; and online application fee.

4. DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

a. SSC Mark Sheet and SSC Passing Certificate

b. HSC Mark Sheet and HSC Passing Certificate

c. Migration Certificate (for students other than Maharashtra board)

d. Caste certificate (if applying under reserved category)

e. Income certificate (if applying for scholarship)

f. Baptism Certificate (for Roman Catholic candidates)

g. Gap certificate

h. School Leaving Certificate

i. Disability Certificate (If Applicable)

i. Pre admission Enrollment number along with the filled in University Enrollment form.

 

Application forms for BSW program 2019-2020 is Only through ONLINE mode

Applicant has to login and fill the Application form given on the website. Students must register online with e-mail ID, mobile number and date of birth. On successful registration, an email will be sent to the registered e-mail ID with login credentials to access the form and complete it online. However a printed copy of completed application form will have to be Couriered / Posted/ or Handdelivered to the admission office along with online payment receipt as per the Mumbai University prescribed   Schedule for the Academic year 2019-2020.

Admission Guidelines

A hardcopy of the filled in form along with documents attached has to reach the college by post/courier/hand delivery on the dates specified as per the Mumbai university guidelines.

The Online BSW admission form will be available to candidates only after the payment of fees through the link provided in the form for ONLINE PAYMENT 

Rs. 500/- : for General Category candidates & Catholic MinorityCandidates 

Rs. 400/- : for candidates from reserved categories and person withDisabilities.

 

 

 

 Kindly make a note of the Following while filling in the Online Admission form

  • The Printed Payment receipt ofshould be attached to the form
  • The application form will not be accepted in the absence of relevant documents and the Printed payment receipt for verification purpose.
  • Application forms with incorrect payment and document will not be accepted.
  • The Application Form fee is not Refundable
  • Please check the status of application in Admission Dash Board and reply to the queries posted by the administrator. Incomplete application forms will not be accepted for admission to BSW Programme.

 

 

5.ADMISSION SCHEDULE:

The Admission Schedule will be uploaded after the XII standard Results are published.The Entrance test Group discussion and Personal interview  will be scheduled  on the same day. The dates will be announced after the XII standard results are Published.Pre Admission orientation program will be organised for the students  representing the Reserved category / Minorities and Persons with Disability a day prior to the Entrance test.

 

ENTRANCE TEST AND INTERVIEW SCHEDULE

Test Component

 Time

  1. Reporting Time

 9:00 am

       2. Entrance Test

 9:30 am to 11:30 am

       3. Personal Interview

12:30 pm Onwards

   

 

6. SELECTION PROCESS FOR THE BSW PROGRAM

The students  will be selected on the basis of Cumulative Marks scored in the Entrance Assessment Process. The  marks assigned for the respective components is presented below 

 

Components For Assessment

Marks Assigned

  1. Entrance Exam 

 

English        20 Marks

 

Aptitude for Social Work  30 Marks

 

50     Marks

 

       2. Interview                                          

25     Marks

 

       3. Academic Record                                 

 

20     Marks

       4. Involvement in Sports and Extracurricular activities  

 

 

5     Marks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. DOCUMENTS  TO BE PRESENTED DURING THE INTERVIEW

 

a. SSC Mark Sheet and SSC Passing Certificate

b. HSC Mark Sheet and HSC Passing Certificate

c. Migration Certificate (for students other than Maharashtra board)

d. Caste certificate (if applying under reserved category)

e. Income certificate (if applying for scholarship)

f. Baptism Certificate (for Roman Catholic candidates)

g. Gap certificate

h. Experience Certificate if involved in Volunteeering with Organisations

i. Certificates showing  Involvement in Extra Curricular activities

j. NSS / NCC Certificate if involved

h. School Leaving Certificate

i. Disability Certificate ( If Applicable)

j.Pre admission Enrollment number along with the filled in University Enrollment form.

 

 

 

8. B.S.W COURSE CURRICULUM

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The undergraduate Social Work curriculum is structured to provide the knowledge, values and skills essential for social work practice. The College of Social Work has been granted autonomy status and is in the process of adopting major revisions to the curriculum. The BSW Course structure is presented below

 

B.S.W COURSE  STRUCTURE

Semester - I

Credits

Introduction to Social Work

4

Social Science Foundation for Social Work:  Sociology

4

Social Science Foundation for Social Work : Human Growth and Behaviour

4

English – I

2

Field work

6

Total Credits

20

 

Semester - II

Credits

Social Work Practice with Individuals and Families

4

Social Work Practice with Groups

4

Social Science Foundation for Social Work – Contemporary Development studies

4

Environment Studies (Ability enhancement course)

2

English – II

2

Field work

4

Total Credits

22

 

 

 

Semester - III

Credits

Women  studies

4

Social Work Practice with Communities

4

Social work Administration

4

Computer application (Skill enhancement course)

2

Field work

6

Total Credits

20

 

 

Semester - IV

Credits

Development communication

4

Health and nutrition

4

Social Policy

4

Life skills(Skill Enhancement Course)

2

Field work

6

Total Credits

20

Semester - V

Credits

Core Courses

 

1.Social Work Theories

2

2.Social Movements

2

3. Research

4

4. Education and Development

2

Elective - (Select any three  )

6

A.  Ageing Studies

2

B.  Child Rights and Protection

2

C. Social Inclusion and Exclusion

2

D. Social Entrepreneurship

2

Field Work

6

Total Credits

22

 

Semester - VI

Credits

Core Courses

10

Rural Urban studies

4

ISWP

2

Human Rights

2

Informal Labour

2

General Elective ( Any Two)

4

A. Disability  Studies

2

B. Basic Counselling Skills

2

c. Peace Education

2

Field work

6

Total Credits

20