Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W) is a three-year undergraduate degree that offers knowledge and skills to aspirants to prepare them for a professional career in social welfare. The course is divided into six semesters into most of the universities and colleges.
BSW enables students to apply their knowledge and consciously applying these practices in the real world to help masses suffering from poverty, violence, mental illness, homelessness, and diseases like AIDS and cancer. BSW is available both full time and part-time (distance education program and correspondence).
The course is ideal for people who wish to bring the change in society by offering help to the marginalized and unprivileged. BSW help aspirants to develop the required skillsets for solving various economic and social issues.
Candidates with a 50% aggregate in their qualifying exam, i.e 10+2 exam which they should have done from a recognised Board are eligible
After successfully pursuing a BSW course, candidates can work in areas such as NGOs, Rehab Centres, Schools, Organisations, Community Centres and various other departments which need professional help in Social Work.