MSW

Name of Department:                       MSW  
  1. Year of Establishment: 1970
 
  1. Introduction: The Department of Social Work, which was the only department in Shivaji University, Kolhapur jurisdiction,was established in 1970. It offers four specializations and it has Research Centre affiliated to PAH Solapur University, Solapur. The intake capacity of the course is 65. The Department also conductsa Certificate Course in ‘Basics of SPSS’for the students.
  2. Teaching Staff:
Sr. No. Name of the Faculty Member Nature of Appointment Designation Qualification Teaching experience
1. Dr. Indira B. Choudhary Permanent Associate Professor B.A. , MSW, M. Phil, Ph. D. NET 20 years (Retired on 30/09/2020)
2. Dr. Nisha C. Waghmare Permanent Head & Associate Professor B.Sc., MSW, Ph. D. SET, NET 16 years
3. Dr. Vijaya V. Mahajan Permanent Associate Professor B.A., MSW, Ph.D,, SLET 16 years
4. Dr. Sandeep B. Jagdale Permanent Assistant Professor MSW, MS, SET, NET, PhD 15 years
5. Dr.Jitendra S.  Gandhi Permanent Assistant Professor BSW, MSW,  M.Phil., Ph.D, SET 11 years
6. Dr Abhay M. Jadhav Permanent Assistant Professor MA, MSW, NET, Ph.D. MBA, DLL&LW 11 years
7. Dr Mahesh P. Chougule Permanent Assistant Professor B.Sc.,MSW,SET,NET, Ph.D, 11 years
   
  1. Non-teaching Staff:
Sr. No. Name of the staff Designation Qualification Experience  (in Years)
1. Mr. Mahaveer J. Mohalkar Office Superintendent B.Com. , M.B.A. , M.S.W. , MSCIT  30
2. Mr. Ajay J. Deodhare Professional Assistant B.Com. , B. Lib. , M. Lib. , MS-CIT  11
3. Mr. Bahubali N. Kuge Professional Assistant B.A. , M.A. , B. Lib. , M. Lib. , MS-CIT  11
4. Mr. Vaibhav C. Supekar Library Clerk B.Com. , GDCA, LTC , DOEACC 11
5. Mr. Amol M. Supate Library Assistant B.Com. , B. Lib. , M. Lib. , LTC, MS-CIT, C.C.C.O. 11
6. Mr. Manisha R. Karade Library Assistant B.A. , M.A. , B. Lib. , C. O. , MS Office 11
7. Mr. Pandurang N. Thatkar Peon SSC  ITI 22
8. Mr. Devidas N. Ghodake Watchman B.A. , MS-CIT 11
9. Mr. Sachin S. Langote Gardener 8th Pass 11
   
  1. Facilities: Language Lab
   
  1. Courses Offered:
  2. MSW with Four Specialization
Group A: Human Resource Management Group B: Urban & Rural Community Development Group D: Family and Child Welfare Group E: Medical and Psychiatric Social Work
  1. Ph.D. in Social Work
  2. Certificate Course in ‘Basics of SPSS’
 
  1. Result Analysis: Last Five Years
Sr. No. Academic Year Number of Students Appeared for Examinations Passing Percentage
1. 2015-16 49 100
2. 2016-17 41 95.12
3. 2017-18 49 100
4. 2018-19 51 98.03
5. 2019-20 58 98.27
 
  1. Meritorious StudentsLast Five Years
Sr. No. Year Name of Students Percentage
1. 2015-16 ShelkeUttam .K 77.11
2. 2016-17 Bamane.Rupali A 75.22
3. 2017-18 Madgonde.Shivanand N 73.25
4. 2018-19 DekhaneTanmayee R 75.44
5. 2019-20 Patel Asma H. 73.03
 
  1. Research by Faculty:
Name of Faculty Books Published Major Research Projects SIM Writing Paper Presentations Ph.D. Guidance
Dr. I. B. Choudhary   (1)   06  
Dr. N.C.Waghmare 01 (1) 01 10 (10)  05
Dr. V. V. Mahajan - (1)   10 -
Dr. S. B.Jagdale (1) -   08 (10) 01
Dr. A,M. Jadhav 01 - 01 10 01
Dr.J.S.Gandhi (1) -   09 (10) 03
Dr. M.P.Chougule          01 -   07 -
 
  1. Papers Published by Faculty: Total
Sr.No. Name of Faculty Number of Papers Published
1. Dr. I.B.Choudhary 06
2. Dr. N.C.Waghmare 09(11)
3. Dr. V. V. Mahajan 08(04)
4. Dr. S. B.Jagdale 08 (18)
5. Dr. A,M. Jadhav 04(06)
6. Dr.J.S.Gandhi 10 (11)
7. Dr. M.P.Chougule 09
  12Activities of Department: Last Five Years
Sr. No. Name of Activity Date of Activity Funding Agency Beneficiaries
1. National Level Training Programme on Human Rights for Social Work Educators 5th Feb. 2016 National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi MSW Students
2. Workshop on Gender, Patriarchy and Society Consequently 3 years 2015, 2016, 2017 University Grants Commission, New Delhi B.Sc. Biotech & MSW Students
3. Seminar on Research Methodology Consequently 2 years 2015 & 2016 Self-Funded MSW Students
4. Induction Programme for Field Work         Since 2016  ( Every Year) Self-Funded MSW Students
5. Workshop on Premarital Counselling              Since 2016  ( Every Year) Self-Funded MSW Students
6. Seminar on Youth Mental Health                     2018 & 2019 Self-Funded MSW Students
7. Annual P.G. Students’ Seminar Every Year Self-Funded MSW Students
 
  1. Consultancy: Free consultancy is carried out by the faculty members of the Departmentby following ways:
  2. As a Resource Person
  3. Providing Training of Trainers
  4. Sharing of Expertise
 
  1. 14. Social and Extension Work by Faculty Members:
1. Orientation visits to NGOs and Industry To understand the functioning and scope of social work in these organizations
2. Alumni Meet To understand the progress & issues related to social work profession.It helps to strengthen network with the various agencies
3. Rural Social Camp with PRA Every year Participatory Rural Appraisal Training is organized followed by Rural Social Camp in surrounding villages
4. Awareness campaign on  different issues Plastic Ban , Sanitation, Solid and Liquid Waste Management, Gender Equality etc and the students explained the role of stakeholders in the society
5. Students visit to Gram Panchayats Organizing various programmes related to De-addiction, Sanitation, Infrastructural Development etc. and further conducted meetings with Key Persons
6. Special invited talk/ Guest Lectures : Inviting experts from the different streams and fields in order to update the students about the challenges in the field of social work
7. Street Plays On issues like Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Sanitation, Women Empowerment, Right to Vote
8. Surveys and Home visits Visits to various households for sharing the information about SHGs, Girl child education, Pregnant womenand malnutrition etc. Students collaborated such work with local organizations
9. Field work MSW students were engaged in various programmes like Awareness generation, Film shows and Swaccha Bharat Survey etc
10. Rallies Organ Donation, HIV-AIDS, Child Abuse, Sanitation, Child Marriage, Child Education , Child Labour
 
  1. Contributionto development of Society
1. Awareness Building: Ø  Poster Presentation on Violence against Women, Child Rights Ø  Days Celebration (Women’s Day, AIDS Day, Social Justice Day)
2. Associations and Linkages: Ø  Surveys (Holidays in India by Institution, Tobacco-free Campaign-SARATHI Organization, Plastic Ban Drive and RamabaiAwasYojana by Municipal Corporation , Solapur Ø  Working as Resource Persons for FPAI, DWCD,  MAVIM and N.Y.K De-addiction center, Govt. Programmes like National Urban Livelihood Mission
3. Networking and Liasoning with NGO: Ø  Fieldwork Placement of students Ø  On Various Issues ( Hospital, Govt dept.) Ø  Delivering Guest Lectures in NGO programs Ø  In-house trainings with CHILDLINE team , NGO staff Ø  Life Skills Education Programme in ShishuAdhar
4.. Services Facilitation: Ø  Blood donation camp for Govt. hospital and other blood banks Ø  HB Tests (PRA village, Adolescent girls)
5. Consultation to NGOs: Ø  Pride India, Osmanabad ( Microplanning) Ø  Facilitation of Govt. schemes for various target beneficiaries For eg: Unorganized labour drive with Labour Welfare Dept., Ø  Organization and participation in Legal Advocacy Programme of Jivhala School Ø  Facilitated workshop on Deprived Children for AaplaGhar Organization.
6. Memorandum of Understanding with different organization Ø  SIR foundation for  Innovative practices in Education Ø  NiramayaArogyaDham Ø  Family Planning Association of India
 
  1. Students’ Achievements& participation in Co-curricular Activities: Last Five Years
1. MSW Students assisting Gram Panchayat at Hotgi Village for promoting Rural Development Campaign from Aug. 2019 to Jan.2020
2. MSW-II students presenting their field work activity  in class every year
3. MSW I Students organized Rally with school children during PRA in the village MulegaonTanda in Jan 2017
4. MSW II studets conducted ‘Hand wash and Sanitation Awareness Program in the ZP school on 03/ 10/ 2019
5. Street play on Domestic violence in the Ule Village is organized by the students  on 27/02/ 2018
6. MSW students organized health check up camps for pregnant women and children in collaboration with Family Planning Association (FPA) of INDIA in Shastri Nagar on 27/09/2019.
7. MSW II students delivering information on child rights in the ZP school  on 12/08/2017
8. MSW I Students taking Shun Plastic Oath along with the School Children on 27/ 02/ 2018
9. Survey on Swachha Bharat Campaign was undertaken by the MSW I & II Students  in collaboration with Solapur Municipal Corporation , Solapur in the urban slums on  23/08/2019
10. A Rally on Awareness about Law and Order at Kumbhari Village along with Police Personnel was organized by MSW students on 26/09/2019 was
11. The registration drive for unorganized labour  in slums of Solapur City has been undertaken by MSW- I students under the supervision of faculty members in association  with Labour Welfare Department (LWD) and Anulom from 1st  to 15th August 2018. As a outcome of this drive, during COVID -19 pandemic lockdown around 1100 registered unorganized labour received the help of Rs 2000/- per head  by LWD, Solapur
  1. Student Support and Progression: Last Five Years
Academic Year Number of Students going for Ph.D. Programme Number of Students Qualifying NET/SET
2017-18    01
2018-19 03  
2019-20 03  
  1. Campus Placement and Recruitment: Last Five Years
Sr. No. Name of Student Name of the Firm/Industry/Company
1. Ms. Yasmin Shaikh Ø  CSR Manager, Finolexpvt. ltd. Pune
2. Ms. Asha Gaikwad Ø  Supervisor Cum Assistant HR Manager @ FM Logistic, Pune
3. Mr MohseenKatnalli Ø  Dist Manager Navdesha Trust Banglore
4. Mr Mahesh Pawar Ø  HR,TataAutocom System LTD
5. MsIfrahManiyar Ø   Programme Coordinator, Awakening Jagruti, Nashik
6 Ms. Smita Pawar Ø  Programme Head, Masoom Organization
7. Mr. AkshayHarangulkar Ø  Channel Executive Manger, DTDC Express Ltd
8. Mr AmbadasYadhav Ø  Field Publicity Officer, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Government of India
9. Mr. KhandekarMahalingraya Ø  PhD, Scholar at CU Karnataka, Kalburgi
10. Ms. TanmayeeDekhane Ø  Ph.D Scholar, P.A.H.,Solapur University Solapur
 11. Ms.VijayshriAmle Ø  Vihan Prakalp.PLHIVNetwork,Solapur
12. Ms Sujata Shinde Ø  Maher Organization,Pune
 
  1. SWOC Analysis:
Strengths Ø  Proficient and Experienced Faculty Ø  Recognised Research Centre Ø  All Faculty members are Ph.D. Ø  Offer Four Specialization Ø  Good Extension Activities Ø  Students ( Weaker Sections) Prefer our college Ø  Multilingual Faculty Members
Weaknesses Ø  Professional Course- Credibility, Job, Salary Ø  Digitalization Challenge on the part of Students Ø  Students Retention  
Opportunities Ø  Cost Effective Add on Course Ø  Creative& employability Centric Syllabus Ø  Innovative Research Projects
Challenges Ø  Lack of Industry and Field Work Agency for Field work Practicum Ø  Three Colleges of Social Work in a City Ø  MSW course in a Distance Learning Mode
 
  1. Future Plans:
1. To initiate a Certificate Course in Life Skills Education
2. To start add on Coursesviz: Counselling Courses in Various Domain
3. To undertake Field Action Projects; Need Based, Issues Based - Child Rights Cell  - Working Towards Gender Equality
4. To promote more research work and publications by Faculty and Students
5. Advocating Social work as a Professional course
Students  achievements and Participation in extra and co- curricular activities
  • Orientation visits to NGOs and Industry:
To understand the functioning and scope of social work in these organizations  2) Alumni Meet: To understand the progress & issues related to social work profession. It help to strengthen network with  the various agencies  3) Rural Social Camp with PRA: Every year Participatory Rural Appraisal Training is organised followed by Rural Social Camp in surrounding villages.  4 ) Awareness campaign on  different issues: Plastic Ban, Sanitation, Solid and Liquid Waste Management , Gender Equality etc and the students Explained the role of stakeholders in the society.  5) Students visit to Gram Panchayats: Organizing various programmes related to Deaddiction, Sanitation, Infrastructural Development etc. and further conducted meetings with Key Persons. 6) Special invited talk/ Guest Lectures: Inviting experts from the different streams and fields in order to update the students about the challenges in the field of social work . 7) Students presentations: Prepare the presentation on different social issues related to social work and its intervention. 8) Rally and Street Plays: On issues like Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Sanitation, Women Empowerment, Right to Vote, Organ Donation etc. 9) Survey and Home visits: Visits various households for sharing the information about SHGs, Child rights, Girl child education Pregnant women and malnutrition etc. Students collaborated such work with local organizations. 10) Field work: Through their field work, MSW students were engaged in various programmes like Awareness generation Programme, Guest lectures, Film shows and Swaccha Bharat Survey etc  
MSW Students assisting Gram Panchayat at Hotgi Village for promoting of Rural Development Campaign from Aug. 2019 to Jan.2020

Special talk with MSW Students on Gender Equality on  18th Oct. 2018

Felicitating Mr Sachin Jawalkar for addressing students on the Plastic Ban compaign on 19 / 7/ 2017

Guest lecture  by Mr. P. S. Patil  on Challenges in social work profession on 25/11/ 2019

Alumni of 2016-17 batch sharing their  professional experiences with the students on 05/07/2018

MSW-II students presenting their field work activity  in class  on 13/12/2017

Rally with school children during PRA in the village Mulegaon Tanda in Jan 2017

Hand wash and sanitation awareness program in the ZP school on 03/ 10/ 2019

MSW students organized health check up camps for pregnant women and children in collaboration with Family Planning Association (FPA) of INDIA in Shastri Nagar on 27/09/2019.

MSW students delivering information on child rights in the ZP school  on 12/08/2017

MSW Students taking Shun Plastic Oath along with the School Children on 27/ 02/ 2018

Survey on Swachha Bharat Campaign in collaboration with Solapur Municipal Corporation , Solapur in the urban slums On  23/08/2019

Rally on awareness about law and order at Kumbhari Village along with Police Personnel on 26/09/2019

The unorganized labour registration drive in slums of Solapur City in association  with Labour Welfare Department (LWD) and Anulom from 1st  to 15th August 2018.

As a outcome of this drive, during COVID -19 pandemic lockdown around 1100 registered unorganized labour received the help of Rs 2000/- per head  by LWD, Solapur