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Academic Structure

Academic Structure

We bring the empath in you, guiding you to become an advocate of the voiceless and be the nurturer of the deprived.
Code Subject
First Year
CENG 401 Compulsory English
SW 421 Introduction to Social Work
SW 422 Basic Sociology for Social Work
RDS 421 Theories of Development
RDS 422 Basic Research Methods
Second Year
SW 423 Basic Psychology for Social Work
SW 424 A Social Case work Practice
SW 424 B Social Work Practice with groups
RDS 423 Economics and Development
RDS 424 Society and Development
CNEP 402 Compulsory Nepali
Third Year
CENG 403 Reading and Writing across the disciplines
SW 425 A Community Organization
RDS 425 Governance and Development
Psy 410 General Psychology (Elective)
So 410 Federalism, Governance and Local level planning (Elective)
Fourth Year
SW 426 Research Methods in Social Work
SW 427 Indigenous social work practice of Nepal
RDS 426 Environment and Development
RDS 427 Planning and Project Management
NPS 404 Nepal Addhyaan

Admission Criteria

  • The eligibility criteria to apply for entrance examination to grade XI is as stated by CDC/NEB.
  • Admission at this college is based on the merit the applicant has secured in the SEE examination and the entrance examination conducted by the college.
  • We offer Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science only as optional subjects besides English, Nepali and Mathematics as Compulsory subjects.
  • After the written entrance examination, the shortlisted candidates will have to appear for an interview by a panel of experts before being finally selected for admission.


BASW degree comprises the following four separate and distinct course components:

  • A strong foundation in allied areas of Societies such as language, castes, gender issues, marginalized peoples, indigenous groups, culture, tradition, ethnicity, economic analysis, legal environment, and quantitative methods to prepare the graduates to understand, analyze and comprehend the societies concepts, theories and practices.
  • Core Social studies encompassing and integrating all functional areas to provide graduates with an appreciation of the diversity and inter-relationship of society and social issues.
  • The opportunity to concentrate in one area of specialization such as gender issues, environmental, women empowerment, income generation, deprived and marginalized peoples, indigenous group, social organization, Social organization, Social Policy and Evaluation, Community Organization, Management of Human Services, Children and Youth in Families and Society, Health and Mental Health Society, Community and Social Systems, International Social Welfare and Services to immigrants and Refugees and so on in order to provide graduates with some degree of functional expertise.
  • The opportunity to choose any sectoral social area such as -Contemporary Social Issues, – Aging – Health, Mental Health, and Disabilities – Family, Youth and Children Services – School-Based and School- Linked Services -The World of Work – International Social Welfare and Services to Immigrants and Refugees, as an elective course, to enable graduates to apply the core and functional knowledge and skills in their chosen sector of society.