Education

Master of Social Work (Counselling)

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School of Social Work (SOSW) Masters in Social Work (Counselling) would provide both academic learning and professional education and training in Counselling, extending beyond theoretical knowledge. This programme is tailored to suit counselors working in a wide range of organizational and community contexts as well as individuals in a family. With the fast changing social scenario, the problems being faced by people across the board are numerous. Unlike in the western world, Counselling services are very inadequate in India.

There is a growing demand for counselors in schools, corporate sector, health care setting, social and welfare sectors, correctional settings etc. However, schools/universities where Counselling course/ programme are taught in India are very few. There is a good potential for employment in government as well as NGO sectors. There is an urgent need for specially trained counselors to handle the stress of employees working with call centers, corporate sectors, families, family courts, correctional settings, school, universities and educational institutions, rehabilitation centers, refugee camps, institutions for the differently abled, aged, child care and adoption centers, family planning, voluntary Counselling and testing centers, rural sectors especially where farmers are driven to commit suicide, de-addiction centers etc. MSW(C) Programme would be offered initially through one or two study centers under each Regional Centre. The programme can be taken only through activated study centers or special study centers through each Regional Centre. This Programme is being offered only in English. For Field Work in the MSW (Counselling) programme much focus is given on specialization in Counselling and 40 percent weightage is given for the practicum.

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Master of Social Work

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School of Social Work (SOSW) The MSW programme offers opportunity to learners for higher studies in professional social work. Besides offering the core courses pertaining to social work curriculum across the globe and India, it includes themes in some of the emerging areas in social work such as globalization; migration, history of social work in India, theory paper on social work practicum and a course on HIV/ AIDS which are expected to be highly useful in the present day context. The practical components have been meticulously prepared to provide the learners, hands on training, which will enable the candidates to find suitable placements within and outside the country

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Bachelor of Social Work

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School of Social Work (SOSW) The Bachelor Degree Programme in Social Work (BSW) is meant for people who are interested in providing professional assistance to people in need. Persons with professional training/degree in Social Work generally work in socially relevant areas such as health care, community development, education, industry, counselling, family, correction, social defense, women, children, disability etc. With globalization, market economy and liberalization, new concerns and human problems are emerging which needs to be addressed. This programme will be particularly useful to people employed at middle and lower levels with NGOs. It will also be useful to fresh candidates who may like to work in social and social welfare sectors.

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Bachelor of Arts

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The Bachelor Degree Programme in Arts (BA) is meant for people who are interested in providing professional assistance to people in need. Persons with professional training/degree in Arts generally work in socially relevant areas such as health care, community development, education, industry, counselling, family, correction, social defense, women, children, disability etc. With globalization, market economy and liberalization, new concerns and human problems are emerging which needs to be addressed. This programme will be particularly useful to people employed at middle and lower levels with NGOs. 

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Diploma in HIV and Family Education

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School of Social Work (SOSW) The Diploma in HIV and Family Education aims at providing basic and accurate information about HIV/ AIDS, sex and sexuality, family life education, alcohol and drugs and communication and counselling. The contents are designed to impart an integrated understanding to the learners about the issues involved in HIV / AIDS and behavior modification. The main objective of this programme is to enhance the knowledge and skills of functionaries involved in HIV/AIDS and related issues. The main target groups include school teachers, NGO functionaries, para-medicals, parents of adolescents and those interested in acquiring knowledge on the subject.

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Certificate in HIV and Family Education

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School of Social work (SOSW) The Certificate in HIV and Family Education provides comprehensive knowledge about what, why and how of HIV/ AIDS, family life education, facts of life and substance abuse. The contents are designed to impart an integrated understanding to the learners about the issues involved in HIV/AIDS and behaviour modification. The target groups include School teachers, NGO functionaries, para-medicals, parents of adolescents and those interested in acquiring knowledge on the subject. The Certificate Programme has the following courses of 4 credits each. A learner has to choose 2 compulsory courses and any 2 optionals from the 4 electives. One has to acquire 16 credits for a certificate. A student who has successfully completed CAFE can also pursue for DAFE by completing the remaining courses of 16 credits and request the university for credit transfer from CAFE to DAFE.

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Bachelor’s Preparatory Programme

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School of Social Sciences (SOSS) Bachelor’s Preparatory Programme (BPP) - Non-Formal Channel to B.A./B.Com/BSW/BTS Bachelor’s Preparatory Programme is offered by the University to those students who wish to do Bachelor’s Degree of IGNOU but do not have the essential qualifications of having passed 10+2 and attained the age of 18 years/as on 1st April and 1st October for January & July session respectively. In the absence of such a qualifying certificate these students are deprived of higher education. To enable such students to enter higher education stream, IGNOU has designed this preparatory programme. BPP is, however, not equivalent to 10+2 and has no credit weightage. It is valid for admission to IGNOU’s non-formal stream of BA/ B.Com. etc.

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Bachelor of Arts

About Programme               

The Bachelor Degree Programme in Arts (BA) is meant for people who are interested in providing professional assistance to people in need. Persons with professional training/degree in Arts generally work in socially relevant areas such as health care, community development, education, industry, counselling, family, correction, social defense, women, children, disability etc. With globalization, market economy and liberalization, new concerns and human problems are emerging which needs to be addressed. This programme will be particularly useful to people employed at middle and lower levels with NGOs. 

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Manovikas' three strategic priorities for 2016

The strategic priorities have been identified through the assessment of 2016.  They support the Society as it strives towards its mission and focus on meeting the needs of present day people with intellectual disabilities in India.  The priorities encourage the proactive education and care of people with intellectual disabilities and support society to understand disability and promote equity and diversity leading the way towards an India which is accountable to people with intellectual disabilities and which promotes their integration into the political, economic and social development of the country.

These priorities will be achieved by extending, continuing and improving the current core activities of the society.

Actions to carry out the strategic priorities will take place in Manovikas Charitable Society’s building.

Strategic priority one

Encouraging independence through education: supporting employable skills.

Education is one of the main activities at Manovikas Charitable Society.  The college enrols both students with intellectual disabilities as well as students studying Indira Gandhi National Open University IGNOU Certificate, Diploma, Degree and Masters programme. associate degrees and diplomas RCI+++. Many with Indira Gandhi National Open University students use the study centre.  The Sahyogi project provides people with the necessary knowledge and skills to be carers in the community and the Saath Saath project supports people with disabilities in the community to gain knowledge and skills for employment and an understanding of their rights.

Strategic priority one will be implemented by the Education Programme.

Strategic priority two

Supporting a way of life: providing a safe environment.

Many people with severe intellectual disabilities are unable to attend college and school. Manovikas has the opportunity to establish day centres for these people and some of the hostel residents so that they can enjoy companionship, fun and craft activities in a caring, safe environment.

The services of the new day centres and the hostel could contribute to the Manovikas centre of excellence by demonstrating the care and skills required to provide exemplary support for people with intellectual disabilities.

Strategic priority two will be implemented by the Samarth Programme of the National Trust

Strategic priority three:

Building capacity for change: promoting equity, diversity and disability.

Manovikas is in an optimum position to promote equity, diversity and disability and to advocate for the rights of people with intellectual disabilities among parents, employers, public and private organisations and the Government and also among the students attending professional courses at Manovikas Institute of Further Education.  Training on equity, diversity and disability is needed by all sectors of society and industry including the Government to increase understanding.  It is essential for the implementation of government legislation on disability. Training can generate income for Manovikas.

Strategic priority three will be implemented by the Promotion Programme

Annual Strategic Plan for 2016

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Legal Status

Manovikas Charitable Society’ is one of ISO 9001:2008 India’s civil society organisation working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Its vision aims for a future where each and every individual or group of people with disabilities are able and free to participate in all spheres of society, based on internationally recognised human rights standards and values.

Manovikas Charitable Society is ISO 9001:2008 civil society with Indian nonprofits and non government organisation status which is registered under the various Acts:

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