If you want to do M.Phil / P.hd in Social Work, then you have to clear the entrance exam of the coordinating university. However, some universities are exempting the students who have cleared the UGC NET examination. But if you have not cleared the UGC NET exam or any other similar exam related to the UGC NET, then you have to appear in the entrance exam of M.Phil / P.hd Social Work.
Many questions came on the topics of social work research, research methodology, statistics, sociology, social work in current perspective. With this article, you can find some important notes and papers related to the entrance exam of M.Phil / Phd Social Work. This will be helpful in clearing M.Phil / Phd Social Work entrance exam of DSSW, Jamia, IPU, BHU and other universities.
Acts related to the Social Work
- Mental Health Act – 1987
- The environment project act – 1986
- Development disabilities act – 1984
- Job training and partnership act – 1983
Community organization process steps
- Identifying needs
- Prioritizing the needs
- Exploring the resources
- Developing programmes.
- The International Day of Older Persons is observed on October 1 each year.
- World Food Day 16 October
- World AIDS Day – 1 December
- World Disabled Day – 3 December
Research Based Questions
- In order to find the degree of relationships, we have to use a statistical test called Karl Pearson’s Correlation.
- Operationalization of Variables in social work research means Making the variables measurable.
Some books on social work
- Papers on Social Work – An Indian Perspective was written by G.R.Banerjee.
- Social Group Work – A Helping Process by Konopka G.
Environment Related Facts
- World Summit on Social Development was held in the year 1995 at Copenhagen.
Headquarters of Top Social Work Related Organizations
- World Trade Organization Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
- UNDP – United Nations Development Programme Headquarter: New York and the UNDP Human Development Report Office publishes an annual Human Development Report (since 1990) to measure and analyse developmental progress.
- Amnesty International – London