BASW

  • Social work course is fundamentally a multidisciplinary course drawing theoretical concepts from different social sciences, keeping social work values and principles at the care. Thus, social work education focuses on holistic and integrated method of practice rather than reductionist approach.

    Samriddhi College is one of the best BSW college in Bhaktapur, Kathmandu Valley and all over Nepal. The BSW program in Samriddhi is designed in such a manner that will provide comprehensive social work education in an attempt towards the building up of knowledge base necessary for the practice (through necessary classes) learning and refinement of skills through concurrent field work) and imbibing necessary ethical value base (through various exposure; supervision and constant reflection process). Therefore, students looking for top BSW colleges in Bhaktapur, Kathmandu Valley and all over Nepal usually join Samriddhi College.

    Our BSW course offers a robust foundation in all areas of social work. The course highlights a multidisciplinary approach which draws from a variety of social sciences, providing a well-rounded education that empowers our students. The course includes an intensive level of field work in order to understand the current issues and needs of today’s society both here and abroad.

    BSW program prepares students for entry-level practice in social work. Social Work is one of the helping professions committed to improving people’s lives.

    BSW at Samriddhi College prepare graduates for service in the social work profession and for advanced study in social work and related disciplines.

    BSW and Field Work

    Field work is an important part of social work program. The students are expected to undergo minimum of 12 hrs per week practical field work. The students are evaluated on the basis of their midterm assessment, assignments, attendance, application of professional skills in the field and reflection. The faculty/field work supervisors, both from the institutes and agency. Besides this, this course intends to furnish the students with Report Writing, Individual Conference, Group Conference, Neighborhood Camp, Rural Camp, Urban Camp, Block Placement, guest sessions, field visit, life skill trainings and so on. The students will also have opportunities of internship and work at many partner NGOs and INGOs of Samriddhi College.

    Entry Requirement

    Candidates applying for admission program must have successfully completed the PCL or HSEB 10+2 in business/commerce, Science or any equivalent course from any board or university recognized by Tribhuvan University.

    Class Hours

    The classes for BSW will run from 6:30 am to 11:0 am (morning shift), Sunday to Friday.

    Examinations And Assessments

    The final examination for BSW will be conducted by the office of the Controller of Examination. However to qualify for the final examinations the students will need a minimum of 30% in aggregate in all internal assessments including class works, project works, class tests & term examinations.

    Admission Criteria

    Candidate who has completed the 12 year of Schooling can apply for admission. Student must have +2 result equivalent with the D+ marks in every subject. College will conduct the interview and select the candidate for admission.

     Features at Samriddhi College

    • Excellent Academic Results
    • Four days theoretical classes and two days practical classes per week
    • Regular report submission with IC/GC sessions
    • Course based practical and field visits
    • Well experienced faculty members
    • Guest Lecture sessions from experts
    • Neighborhood camp, Rural Camp and Urban Camp every year
    • Different skill sets training to students through Project based Learning
    • Enhance presentation skills, leadership qualities, communication skills, development of professionalism, etc.
    • Promoting Entrepreneurship through “Incubation Center”
    • Self-initiation of programs on different national and international days by students.
    • Job Placement through “Placement Cell”
  • Course Structure (Social Work with Psychology Combination)

    First Year

    Course Code

    Subject

    Theory

    Internal Assessment

    Practical

    Total

    C. ENG 401

    C. English I

    70

    30

    100

    SW 421

    Introduction to Social Work (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    SW 422

    Basic Sociology for Social Work (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    PSY 421

    Introduction to Psychology (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    PSY 422

    Social Psychology (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    Second Year

    Course Code

    Subject

    Theory

    Internal Assessment

    Practical

    Total

    C. Nepali 402

    C. Nepali

    70

    30

    100

    SW423

    Basic Psychology for Social Work

    70

    30

    100

    SW424 A

    Social Case Work Practice (Major)

    50

     

    30

     

    100

    SW424 B

    Social Work Practice with Groups (Major)

    50

    PSY423

    Adolescence and Juvenile

    Delinquency (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    PSY 424

    Abnormal Psychology (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    Third Year

    Course Code

    Subject

    Theory

    Internal Assessment

    Practical

    Total

    C. English 403

    Compulsory English

    70

    30

    30

    100

    SW425

    Social Issues and leadership Development (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    SW410

    Social Issues and Leadership Development (Elective)

    70

    30

    100

    PSY 425

    Psychosocial Counseling (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    PSY 425

    Psychosocial Counseling  (Elective)

    70

    30

    100

    Fourth Year

    Course Code

    Subject

    Theory

    Internal Assessment

    Practical

    Total

    C. Nepal Studies 404

    Nepal Studies

    70

    30

    100

    SW426

    Theoretical Ideologies of Social Work

    70

    30

    100

    SW427

    Social Problem, Identifications and Interventions

    70

    30

    100

    PSY 426

    Industrial Organizational Psychology

    70

    30

    100

    PSY 427

    Research Methods and Academic Writing

    70

    30

    100

    Note: The courses in the third year and fourth year are proposed. The title of these courses can be changed while developing detail contents later.

  • Course Structure (Social Work with Rural Development Combination)

    First Year

    Course Code

    Subject

    Theory

    Internal Assessment

    Practical

    Total

    C.Eng 401

    C. English I

    70

    30

    100

    SW 421

    Introduction to Social Work (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    SW 422

    Basic Sociology for Social Work (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    RDS 421

    Theories of  Development (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    RDS 422

    Basic Research Method (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    Second Year

    Course Code

    Subject

    Theory

    Internal Assessment

    Practical

    Total

    C.Nepali 402

    C. Nepali

    70

    30

     

    100

    SW423

    Basic Psychology for Social Work

    70

    30

    100

    SW424 A

    Social Case Work Practice (Major)

    50

     

     30

     

    100

    SW424 B

    Social Work Practice with Groups (Major)

    50

    RDS 423

    Economics and Development (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    RDS424

    Society and Development (Major)

    70

    30

    100

    Third Year

    Course Code

    Subject

    Theory

    Internal Assessment

    Practical

    Total

    C. English 403

    Compulsory English

    70

    30

    30

    100

    SW425

    Social Issues and leadership Development

    70

    30-

    100

    SW410

    Social Issues and Leadership Development (Elective)

    70

    30

    100

    RDS 425

    Governance and Development

     

     

     

     

    RDS 410

    Development Practices (Elective)

    70

    30

    100

    Fourth Year

    Course Code

    Subject

    Theory

    Internal Assessment

    Practical

    Total

    C.Nepal Studies 404

    Nepal Studies

    70

    30

    100

    SW426

    Theoretical Ideologies of Social Work 

    70

    30

    100

    SW427

    Social Problem, Identifications and and Interventions

    70

    30

    100

    RDS426

    Environment and Development

    70

     

    30

    100

    RDS 427

    Planning and Project Management

    70

    30

    100

    Note: The courses in the third year and fourth year are proposed. The title of these courses can be changed while developing detail contents later.