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By Anupam Hazra Social work grew out of humanitarian and democratic ideals, and its values are based on respect for the equality, worth, and dignity of all people. Since its beginnings over a century ago, social work practice has focused on meeting human needs and developing human potential. Human rights and social justice serve as the motivation and justification for social work action. In solidarity with those who are disadvantaged, the profession strives to alleviate poverty and to liberate vulnerable and oppressed people in order to promote social inclusion. Social work profession addresses the barriers, inequities and injustices that exist in society. Its mission is to help people to develop their full potential, enrich their lives, and prevent dysfunction. Professional social work is focused on problem solving and change. As such, social workers are change agents in society and in the lives of the individuals, families and communities they serve. It responds to crises and emergencies as well as to everyday personal and social problems. Social work utilizes a variety of skills, techniques, and activities consistent with its holistic focus on persons and their environments. Social work interventions range from primarily person-focused psychosocial processes to involvement in social policy, planning and development. These include counseling, clinical social, social work, group work, social pedagogical work, and family treatment and therapy as well as efforts to help people obtain services and resources in the community. Interventions also include agency administration, community organization and engaging in social and political action to impact social policy and economic development. The holistic focus of social work is universal, but the priorities of social work practice will vary from country to country and from time to time depending on cultural, historical, and socio-economic conditions.

Social workers attempt to relieve and prevent hardship and suffering. They have a responsibility to help individuals, families, groups and communities through the provision and operation of appropriate services and by contributing to social planning. They work with, on behalf of, or in the interests of people to enable them to deal with personal and social difficulties and obtain essential resources and services. Their work may include, but is not limited to, interpersonal practice, group work, community work, social development, social action, policy development, research, social work education and supervisory and managerial functions in these fields. The field of practice for professional Social Worker is expanding day by day.
Field of Practice for Professional Social Workers · Addiction / Substance Abuse · Child Welfare · Clinical / Mental Health · Correctional Institutions/ Prisons · Child Protection Services · Counseling & Therapy

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Consultancy Services Community Development Elderly Care Environment Family Welfare and Planning Human Resource Management Industrial Development Medical Social Work Mental Health Mental Retardation Management of Social Services Mother & Child Health Policy & Planning Services Poverty eradication People with Special Needs Rehabilitation of Offenders Rural & Urban Development Relationship Problems School Social Work Social Research & Program Evaluation Service Social Work Administration & Policy Social Work Education & Research Social development Working with People with Disabilities Youth Work etc. Social Work as profession in India has already passed its infancy long back and in the last few decades it has emerged as one of the most demanding profession in India. In India a person – holding a Bachelor (BSW) or Master (M.A in Social Work/MSW) degree in Social Work – is generally considered a professional social worker. As far as Indian scenario is concerned professional social workers can be found in direct practice in administrative, management and policy planning positions in various Government and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) as well as in government ministries. Both Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) have a lot to offer, if you are willing to work hard and in any given conditions. International organizations too are socially aware and hence a number of opportunities are available in international social work. Industrial and commercial units too are looking to hire social workers. A degree or diploma in Social Work is creating a large number opportunities for the millions of Indian youth in various sectors. Designations enjoyed by Social Work Professionals in different employment sectors Governmental Sector · Lecturer/Professor · Director · Research Officer/Researcher · Welfare/Development Officer (like Child/Youth/Women/Labour etc.) · Community Development Officer · Jail Probationary/Welfare Officer · Urban Planners etc. Non-Governmental Sector · Project Director · Program Director · Program Officer · Program Coordinator · Assistant Coordinator · Program Assistant · Project Officer · Community Mobilizer · Program Manager · Block/District/State/Zonal/Regional Coordinator · Counselor · Social Scientist · Monitoring and Evaluation Officer · Research Officer/Researcher · MIS Coordinator

· Area Manager · Fund Raiser · Social Worker · Supervisor · Resource Mobiliser · Training Coordinator · Development Professional · Consultant · Probation Officer · Psychiatric Social Worker · School Social Worker · Sociologist · Vocational Rehabilitation · Counselor etc. Industry · Manager (HR/Personnel/Welfare etc.) · Executive Trainee · Labor Welfare Officer · Personnel Officer etc. Corporate Sector · Manager · Executive Trainee · Community Development Officer · Social Development Officer · Rural Development Officer · Social Welfare Officer etc. There are three general categories or levels of intervention for Social Work professionals. The first is “Macro” social work which involves society or communities as a whole. This type of social work practice would include policy forming and advocacy on a national or international scale. The second level of intervention is described as “Mezzo” social work practice. This level would involve work with agencies, small organizations, and other small groups. This practice would include policy making within a social work agency or developing programs for a particular neighbourhood. The final level is the “Micro” level that involves service to individuals and families. Social workers help people to overcome some of life’s most difficult challenges: poverty, discrimination, abuse, addiction, physical illness, divorce, loss, unemployment, educational problems, disability, and mental illness. They help prevent crises and counsel individuals, families, and communities to cope more effectively with the stresses of everyday life. Social Work is a profession that serves individuals, families, and communities who seek preventative and rehabilitative interventions for an improved quality of life. Focused on social and emotional development within the social environment, the scope of social work is national and international. The profession is social justice and action oriented. Adopting a holistic approach and forging therapeutic relationships are not unique to social work. What makes the role of the social worker distinct is that it combines both. The social worker seeks to understand the person’s entire situation (the holistic approach) and to work with this. Developing an effective helping relationship with people who use services is central to the role of the social worker in order to ensure better outcomes. Social workers need sufficient time to combine knowledge of skills and values and demonstrate the effective listening, respect and sensitive engagement which this involves. The ability to form and maintain such relationships can be eroded by a workload which exceeds resources, by over management of risks and by increasing expectations from people who use services of the social worker’s capacity to meet their needs. Prospect for professional social workers in development sectors: At present the development sector is largely controlled and managed by the welfare or Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)–who are doing the pioneer work towards the overall development of the society. A person with a degree (preferably a Master degree) in Social Work is highly preferred in developmental agencies and NGOs. In other words, it can be said that NGO sectors as well as the development sectors are being dominated by the professional social workers. As far as the salary of a professional social worker in development sector (in India) is concerned – it varies from organization to organization. Generally it is negotiated at the time of interview. As salary is negotiable in development sector, likewise flexibility also exists in the recruitment process. Sometimes it is also observed that a person gets recruitment in a particular position – though he/she has not fulfilled the minimum requirements. Percentage of marks in M.S.W hardly matters in recruitment-process of development sector; 50% to 55% marks in M.S.W is enough

Ahmedabad (Gujarat) · Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management. Some of the Premier Universities/Institutes . sound knowledge managing NGO administration (see table 3) etc. Aligarh (UP) · Bharathiar University (Coimbatore) · Banaras Hindu University. R Ambedkar University.E.S. Most of International NGOs have a specified pay structure for different positions – For entering into these organizations – at least three to five years’ prior working experiences in a reputed developmental organization is necessary. Faizabad (UP) · Guru Ghasidas University (Chhattisgarh) · Gujarat Vidyapeth. Skills Required for a Professional Social Worker · Preparing Project Proposal · Preparing Management Information System (MIS) · Preparing Project Implementa-tion Plan (PIP) · Managing and coordinating project at district/state/national level · Program monitoring & evaluation · Report writing and presentation · Preparation of monthly plan and budget · Coordinating and liasioning with district and state administration. Kanpur (UP) · Madurai Kamaraj University · M S University. other stake holder and partner organizations · Organizing training. workshops.S.M.P) · Kurukshetra University.S College.L Avadh University.B) · Institute of Social Sciences. sometimes the reputation of the academic institution – from where the applicant obtained the degree in Social Work – is taken into consideration by the recruiting organizations. Students completing get a good job in a reputed organization. Silchar (Assam) · Agra University (U. XISS. Dr B. seminars etc. Nagpur (Maharashtra) . Agra (UP) · Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) · Jamia Millia Islamia University. University of Delhi (Delhi) · Dr. Jamia Nagar (New Delhi) · Jain Vishva Bharti Institute. Kurukshetra (Haryana) · Kanpur University. R. What does matter – is relevant working experiences. Delhi University – are generally preferred and get higher salary at the beginning.Varanasi (U. Jhansi (UP) · Christ University (Bangalore) · Chaudhry Charan Singh University.W from institutes like TISS. Calcutta University (W. Baroda · Madras School of Social Work. Nirmala Niketan (Mumbai) · Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (Indore) · Delhi School of Social Work. · Developing Information Education Communication (I. Banaras (UP) · Bundelkhand University. University of Madras (Chennai) · M.P) · Amravati University (Amravati) · Andhra University.Conducting Social Work Courses · Assam University.C) materials · Documentation and case studies · Team management · Facilitation and people mobilization · Doing long-hour field work and extensive travelling · Managing and coordinating projects at state and district level · Positive work attitude · Integrity and honesty · Doing long-hour field work in adverse situation · Have interpersonal communication skills · Have proficiency on the computer · Knowledge of community resources etc. Waltair (AP) · Aligarh Muslim University. Ladnoon (Rajasthan) · Kashi Vidyapith. Meerut (UP) · College of Social Work. possession of suitable technical skills of project management.

Vishavidyalayam. social work has become a vital need of our society today. prisons. 2012 | Tags: . orphanages.· Mangalore University (Mangalore) · Marathwada University. The Author is Assistant Professor in Department of Social Work at Assam (Central) University. Lucknow (U. But with issues of disability. it has evolved into a profession. Over a period of time. Silchar-788011. mental health hospitals. Patiala (Punjab) · Rajagiri College of Social Sciences (Kerala) · Rajasthan Vidyapeth. Aurangabad · Nagpur University (Nagpur) · Punjab University. corporations and in numerous public and private agencies that serve individuals and families in need. poverty.P) · University of Bombay (Maharastra) · University of Puna (Maharastra) · Utkal University (Orissa) · Vikram University. email: anupam688@yahoo.B) etc. drug misuse. schools. (The list is indicative only) Conclusion Professional social workers are found in every facet of community life—in old age homes. Assam. If you are willing to take up a profession for emotional fulfillment and if your purpose of working is not just financial.B) · Visva Bharati Unversity (W. Kolhapur · Sri Padmavathi Mahila. problems associated with aging view all career articles of this issue | view all archive career articles StoriesVideosResourcesNGOs Home How to Start Volunteering How to Start Volunteering Submitted by Goli on Mar 07.Ujjain (MP) · Vidya Sagar University (W. Mumbai (Maharashtra) · University of Lucknow. Correctly it is not a ‘conventional’ career. Social work is not just about doing good deeds and helping the under-privileged. Udaipur (Rajasthan) · Sri Venkateshwara University (Tirupati) · Sri Padmavati Mahila Visva Vidhyalay (Tirupati) · Sri Hari Singh Gaur University (MP) · Shivaji University. this would be the ideal career for you. mental ill health. Vidyanagar. Tirupathi · Tata Institute of Social Sciences. rising constantly.

There are numerous schools like Ananya . or drop in the comment below. one of these could be your starting point. There are numerous fun ways to volunteer. • Take children to parks/educational tours. . There are opportunities available from one off volunteering effort to a weekly effort. • Spend some time with old people in some of the Old Age Homes in the city. It seems more like a serious affair which requires lot of commitment and saying no to all the cool things that you might do in life. or nearby areas. but it is not as boring as you may (Since I am from Bangalore India. * Organize a Blood donation camp in your office. Toy Bank is an NGO which collects toys and distributes them to various orphanages and schools. most of the volunteering opportunities listed here are from Bangalore. Below I have tried to categorize some of the volunteering possibilities based on time you can spare.• • resources volunteering Useful Resources Email this page » • 1 Like Most people think that volunteering means going to school and teaching or working with slums or going and doing some health checkups in unhygenic places. I want to volunteer once in a while when I get time. we will try our best to connect you to the right place) I cant commit anytime. There are NGOs like Sankalp. Nele. Also voluntering does not necessary mean that you have to spend some fixed time every day or every week. I can spend couple of hours to spare on weekdays • Spend sometime in gift wrapping toys collected for distributing to less privileged kids through Toybank. Om Aashram. * Collect toys from your building and hand them over to the Toy Bank. • Extra coaching to Residential schools like Deena Seva Sangha. who are looking for people who can take children for one day half a day education tour to some factory/park/museum. This is the simplest thing to do. Little Sisters of the Poor and Anand Aashram. Kilikili is one organization which organizes such events for special children. But I am sure such kind of volunteering exists in other places as well. Of course volunteering requires some amount of commitment. So if you are thinking of volunteering and dont know where and when to start. You could also spend some hours on weekend in Toy Bank in sorting the toys. So if you are looking for some such opportunity other than Bangalore do drop in a mail at goli-at-ngopost. and gift packing them. you just have to give a call to them and they will do the rest for you.

you just have to guide. . and want to do something related to computers • There are numerous NGOs who need help in setting up their websites. An organization called Samarthanam works on this. I can work only on weekends • If you like teaching. recording cassettes for Blind children. Prerana is an Institute which supports higher education of poor meritorious students along with counseling them for choosing their courses.• Take spoken English classes to community women for 2 hours a day whenever you are free at Makkala Jagriti. They are ready to do work. • Vidyanikethan runs a program called "Teach the teachers" wherein you and go and teach the teachers on various different subjects I cant travel I want to do something from home • You can translate books or documents/books/comics which are not available in local languages. • Reading books for blind children. Becoming a System Administrator for some. • You can write for NGOPost. Prerana could be the place for you. • You can try to design projects for children which help then in understanding concepts better. performing • There is a group called WEMOVE. like a project or exercise to teach multiplication or solar system. I want to do something related to art. • You could make films for various NGOs. This is required by lot of NGOs who are involved in teaching. which does theatre solely for fund raising for various NGOs. and putting some basic Content Management Systems in place. Work with children from the Shrishti Special Academy and Association for people with disability. • Maintaining PCs and networks for NGOs. I am a NERD. which would help them in their fund raising drives. It can be anything. • Spend time with special children at the Sunshine Centre for Autism. Or you can invite the people and they will come to your office and put the stalls (in lunch room??) This article was written by me and originally published in the sept2007 issue of Sattva.ngosamachar@yahoo. M. An ITIHAS initiative: an e-magazine focusing on the social sector. Web: http://www. visitwww. 10(23) 3.s and Medicinal Plants Projects. make a variety of Farmers Etc Industrial.nic. ngosamachar@gmail. Industries. starting from Greeting cards to handbags to candles.09654613221. Ngo Sample Projects 4.php?ct=E002 Follow by Email Top of Form Bottom of Form This Blog Linked From Here N. 80g. You can find this issue of Sattva Industrial Sample Projects Mr. childrens organizations. Naidu sms to. Just pick some of them and put it at the office reception for sale. TB patients. 35 ac 1&2. » Email this page Central Government Schemes For Ngos.html Email: sattva. 12a.I want to do marketing for NGOs • Numerous Assistance in Registration of Society. Sattva.itihas.INDUSTRIAL PROJECT REPORTS The Web . U.ngosamachar. an ITIHAS initiative.

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