Department of Social Work
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
The Post Graduate Department of Social Work in Jamal Mohamed College has to its credit for 17 years of dedicated service. It blossomed in the year 2006. It offers three Specializations namely Human Resource Management (HRM), Medical and Psychiatry (M and P) and Community Development (CD). We also offer M.Phil Degree, Certificate as well as Diploma Course on Human Psychology since 2018.
The Social Work programme offers Knowledge, Skills, Ethics and Values for professional commitment among the students. The curriculum includes three major components namely theory, field work and research.
The field work practicum is an integral part of Social work education which enhances the competencies in the areas of foundation, concentration and specialization. In the Field Work Experience the students acquire sufficient knowledge about various Human Service Organizations and Government Bodies under the regular follow-up of the faculty members.
The students are trained to work with different groups of people, execute a wide range of social welfare activities and work for their continuous development through inclusive practice. We are unique in Community outreach programmes and community based researches pertaining to the social problems.
Our Faculty members have specialized in Soft Skill and Life Skills Training, Women Empowerment, Mental Health, Human Rights, Human Resource Development and Consultancy Services. The department collaborates with international, national and local organizations for field action projects, research and training. We continue our journey towards reaching the un-reached.
v Master of Social Work (MSW)
v Master of Philosophy in Social Work (M.Phil)
v Certificate Course on Human Psychology
v Diploma Course on Human Psychology
Ø To provide value added and socially relevant quality social work education to serve the society.
Ø To develop the skill sets and qualities of the students for their personality development.
Ø To offer the valuable features embedded in counselling, psychology and research with theoretical and practical exposure.
Ø To inculcate ethical, moral and human values for serving the humanity with commitment and conviction in order to contribute to the development of society.
“To Serve with Humanity”
ü To strengthen and enhance the skills of students through capacity building.
ü To enrich leadership qualities in students.
ü To promote the well-being of individuals, families, groups and communities.
ü To promote social justice through teaching, doing service and carrying out socially relevant researches.
Highlights of the Department
§ Continuous Community Awareness Programmes are made on social issues.
§ Individual intervention and Group intervention are promoted among the students for the benefit of the individuals and families of the society.
§ The Students are provided with Exclusive Computer Lab facility to enhance their computer literacy.
§ Regular Counseling Services are provided through Students Counseling Centre.
§ Unnat Bharat Abhiyan (UBA) (2019) Cell has been initiated for Extension services.
§ International, National and State Level Conferences, Seminars and Workshops are organized to broaden the theoretical and practical knowledge of the students.
§ Students Secure University Ranks regularly.
|Programme||Number of Sections||Syllabus||Commencement of the Programme|
|M.S.W (Unaided)||2||2011 2014 2017 2020||Sec. I: 2006, Sec. II:2008|
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VALUE ADDED COURSES
ACADEMIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE
|S.No||Name & Address||Contact Details||Category|
Dr. G. Paulraj
Hope of the Hopeless
Tiruchirappalli - 620102
Mr. M. Antony Stephen
Assistant Professor & HOD
Department of Social
Madras School of Social Work
Chennai - 600008
Department of Social Work
Kodaikanal Christian College
Kodaikanal - 624104
Ms. Preethi Priyadharshini
Bunge Industries Pvt Ltd
Tiruchirappalli - 620012
Miss. J. Haseena Begum
Senior Psychiatric Counsellor
Khajamalai Ladies Association
Tiruchirappalli - 620023
|1||Anatomy and Physiology of Brain - Mental Health||Mr.M.RAJALINGAM, Asst.Prof of Social Work||View/Download|
|2||Working with Community - Phases of Coummunity Organisation||Dr.S.Rajeswari||View/Download|
|3||Community Organization - Meaning and Concept||Dr.S.Rajeswari||View/Download|
|4||Community Organization - Community Meaning||Dr.S.Rajeswari||View/Download|
|5||Research Methods in Social Work - Research Process in Social Work||Dr.S.Rajeswari||View/Download|
|6||Working with Individuals - Case work Process||Mr.M.Rajalingam||View/Download|
|7||Psychiatric Social Work - PSW Book||Mr.M.Rajalingam||View/Download|
|8||Human Growth and Personality Development Full Book||Mr.M.Rajalingam||View/Download|
|9||Methods of Psychology - HBD||Mr.M.Rajalingam||View/Download|
|10||Corporate Legislations||Dr.N.Antony Prakash||View/Download|
|11||Medical Social Work||Dr.S.Rajeswari||View/Download|
|12||Process of Counselling||Dr.N.Antony Prakash||View/Download|
|13||Introduction of Human Resource Management _ Meaning and Definition||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|14||CSR Activities of TATA||Mr.M.Rajalingam||View/Download|
|15||Objectives of HRM||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|16||Scope of HRM||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|17||SIGNIFICANCE OF HRM - Part I||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|18||SIGNIFICANCE OF HRM - PART- II||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|19||Performance Counsellling - Introduction||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|20||Characteristics of HRM 2||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|21||Management Vs Administration||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|22||Need of Counselling||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|23||Social Welfare Adminstration - Meaning, Definition and Priniciples||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|24||History of Social Welfare Adminstration||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|25||Life Skills - Introduction - I||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|26||Life Skills - Introduction - II||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|27||VOLUNTARY AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIAL WORK||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|28||Skill 1 - Self Awarness||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|29||Skill 2 - Stress||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|30||Skills 3&4 Critical and Creative Thinking||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|31||Group Work - Introduction, Meaning, Characteristics and Priniciples||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|32||Group Work Process||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|33||Skills 5 - EMPATHY||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|34||Skills 6 - Communication||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|35||Skills - 8 - Decision Making||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|36||CENTRAL SOCIAL WELFARE BOARD||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|37||Child Marriage Act-2006||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|38||Indian Christian Marraige Laws||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|39||Development of Psychology - KSF||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|40||HRM as a Profession||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|41||HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|42||Potential Appraisal||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|44||State Social Welfare Board||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|45||NGO Registration Procedure||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|46||MODELS 1 & 2 - Structured Enquiry Learning Model and Transformative Model||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|47||MODELS 3 & 4 UNICEF & Saskatchewan Model||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|48||Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|49||Skills 7 - Interpersonal Relationship||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|50||Skills 9 - Problem-Solving||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|51||The Hindu Laws||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|52||Research Methods||Dr.K.Sheik Fareeth||View/Download|
|53||Methods Social Work||Dr.N.Antony Prakash||View/Download|
|54||Mental Health - Meaning and Concept||Mr.M.RAJALINGAM||View/Download|
M.S.W., M.Phil., NET., Ph.D.
M.S.W., M.Phil., NET.,M.B.A., SET., Ph.D.
M.S.W., M.Phil., Ph.D.
M.S.W., M.Phil., NET., Ph.D.
|Library with ICT Facility||1|
|Internet Facilities for Staff and Students||3|
|Total Library Books||540|