- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 2 Years
Social work is a professional and academic discipline which intends to enhance the quality of individuals, groups and communities belonging to weaker sections. Youth work is for all young people to build their capacity individually and collectively, to exercise citizenship and civic engagement and to create a democratic and just society. M.A. Social Work in youth and community development is a two years postgraduate course that aims to provide knowledge of youth work – origins, concepts, models, principles and practices with experiential learning. The course provides a comprehensive understanding of issues concerning youth and a professional approach to dealing with youth related problems.
Admission for all the Master degree programmes shall be based on the qualifying marks in the undergraduate programme/ entrance test/ group discussion and other methods as prescribed by the Departments.
Candidates having a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognized university with a minimum of 45% marks are eligible to apply for the Programme.
Note: There will be no age restriction for admission to these academic programmes