Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program, based on yearly system (3-year), prepares students for entry-level practice in social work which is one of the helping professions committed to improving people’s lives. Social workers may assist people in dealing with their relationships, in solving personal and family problems, or in improving the environment in their community. Social workers focus on social problems and the individual difficulties that arise from these social problems. These problems may include domestic violence, child abuse, unemployment, poverty or homeless, disability, and serious illness. Most social workers work in organizations or agencies whose missions focus on helping people deal with one of more of these social problems in their lives.

The BSW program prepares graduates for service in the social work profession and for advanced study in social work and related disciplines.


Course Cycle

First Year

Compulsory English-I

Compulsory Nepali-I

Major English-I


Mass Communication and Journalism-I

Concepts and Principles of Social Work-I and Field Work

Second Year

Compulsory Nepali-II

Major English-II and III

Sociology II and III

Mass Communication and Journalism-II and III

Methods of Social Work-II

Integrated Social Work Practice-III and field work


Third Year

Major English-III and IV

Sociology III & IV

Mass Communication and Journalism III & IV

Social Welfare Administrative-IV

Research Methods in Social Work-V and field work

Function Papers


Job Prospectives

There are many areas in which BSW graduates get employment such as government and nongovernment at sectors, educational sectors, social sectors (NGO, INGOS), Media sectors, etc.


Working field

  • Government organizations
  • NGOs, INGOs
  • Academic institutions
  • Media sectors
  • Engineering consultancies
  • Research institutions


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