Bachelor of Arts in Social Work (BASW)

Bachelor of Arts in Social Work (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.

Social work education is 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, social work education can play a critical role in shaping up the overall outlook of an individual; preparing the self as an agent for social change.

Field Word

Field work is an essential part of social work program. The students are expected to undergo minimum of 10hrs per week practical field work. The students are evaluated on the basis of their 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 and so on.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS) RELATED TO BASW

KEY HIGHLIGHTS ABOUT K&K BASW (WHY K&K BASW ???):
  • NO. 1 College (Academic Rank) , Among 80+ Institution Nationwide ( T.U. RESULT BASED ) . One of the Pioneer institutions in the field of Social work, T.U. affiliation.
  • NO. 1 BASW College (Capacity based), Morning/Day Shift, 15 sections.
  • NO. 1 BASW College ( Faculty Based ) , highest no. of teaching/non-teaching faculty/ Field supervisors.
  • NO.1 BASW College ( Field Placement Organization based ), largest network of more than 200+ organization for practical field placements.
1. WHAT IS BASW?

Its Bachelor’s of Arts in Social Work.

2. STREAM?

Humanities (Arts )

3. AFFILIATED TO WHICH UNIVERSITY?

Tribhuwan University (T.U.)

4. YEARLY OR SEMESTER SYSTEM?

Yearly System. 3 years course. Soon going to be Four Years

5. COLLEGE RANKING? ACADEMIC HISTORY?

NO. 1 ( Based on T.U. Board Results and overall Performance )

6. FACULTY MEMBER?

One of the largest in terms of number (Teaching/ Non teaching/ Field supervisors). Majority of our faculty members are leading other social work institutions and colleges too.

7. COURSE SELECTION PROVISIONS?

You can chose according to shift. Day shift can go for Social work with Psychology where as Morning Shift can go for Social work with Rural Development.

8. COURSE REQUIREMENT? THEORY VS PRACTICALS?

For Social work: Theory (Th.) -60% / Practical (Pr.) – 40%
For Rural Development: Th.- 80% / Pr.- 20%
For Psychology: Th.-75% / Pr. – 25%

9. PROVISIONS FOR PRACTICALS?

Students have to go for their field placements to various registered organizations 2 days a week.

10. FIELD PLACEMENTS? CRITERIA?

2 days a week, Minimum 15 hours of professional field work hours and a standard report to be submitted immediately after field days. Minimum 250 Hours of Verified field hours for each year i.e. till 3 rd year. DAY SHIFT field (Monday /Tuesday) MORNING SHIFT field (Thursday/ Friday)

11. BASW CAMPS?

Mandatory as per the T.U. requirement. 3 BASW CAMPS each year.
1 st year : 3 days RESIDENTIAL ORIENTATION CAMP
2 nd year : 7 days RURAL CAMP
3 rd year : 7 days URBAN CAMP

12. ACADEMIC SHIFT, CLASS DAYS AND TIMINGS?

4 Days a week. DAY SHIFT (Social work/Psychology): 11am till 4pm /Sunday, Wed., Thu. and Friday. MORNING SHIFT (Social work/ Rural Development) : 6:30am till 11 am/ Sunday to Wednesday.

13. SHCOLARSHIP PROVISIONS?

Yes, to the most deserving ones based on overall performance and an authentic criteria. Final decision rests on Department/Management.

14. HOW TO APPLY?

After getting the information regarding the courses and fulfilling the eligibility criteria, the student can apply by paying required registration fee for reserving the seat (which will be adjusted with their Tuition Fee).

15. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION

English ( Official)/ Nepali ( Communicating ).

16. COLLEGE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Students have to go through screening sessions and counseling sessions. A Student should check if S/he meets the eligibility criteria for the course S/he wishes to pursue and submit Xerox copies (photocopies) of all his/her testimonials for verification.

17. WHAT IS THE BASIS FOR AN ADMISSION DECISION?

Admission decisions are based on students learning attitude and determination towards subject , screening tests and suitability to take up the desired course provided the candidate meets the eligibility condition as mentioned in the brochures in terms of qualifying aggregate percentage/marks/grades in 10+2 .

18. HOW SHALL I FIND OUT IF I AM ADMITTED?

You will be informed immediately after a screening/counseling session followed by admission interview. Otherwise you will receive a call/sms or email from college/ BASW Department.

19. WHAT ARE THE TIMINGS OF COLLEGE FOR ADMISSIONS?

College remains open between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Sunday through Friday, with the exception of major National/ Provincial holidays.

20. HOSTEL ACCOMODATION

NO such provisions. BUT we can connect with senior students who are staying in hostels.

College has been sharing the knowledge to its students according to the changing demand of the world since it’s establishment.

Kanti and Kunja International College

Department Contact Info

Kanti and Kunja International College

New Baneshwor (Infront of BICC, West Gate-2)
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel:- +977-1-4474557

Web: www.kandk.edu.np

+977-1-4474557
Mobile:- +977-1-4474557
kandkcollege@gmail.com

Sunday-Friday – 6.30AM to 5.00PM

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