Course Outcomes:

CO1   Understand administration as a method in social work practice

CO2   Understand, develop and implement adaptive administrative principles in development   sector

CO3     Understand the importance of social marketing and organizational behavior in the Indian context

CO 4    Develop analytical skills to assess the efficiency of various administrative process

CO 5    Plan, implement, manage and evaluate development programmes

CO 6   Practice the utility of the administrative structure, processes, and procedures in an 

Organization / development sector.

Module  1

Administration: Definition, Concept, and Scope; Public Administration, Social Welfare Administration and its application as a method of social work. Social Welfare Policies and Programmes of the State and Centre governments. Structure and functions of the ministry of welfare: Central, state level. PRIs in Social Welfare administration and development

6 Hours

Module  2

Social welfare boards and departments: Central, State and Local level, structures, and functions. Societies’ Registration Acts, Trust Acts and Companies’ Act, FCRA, Management of endowments and corpus, and Donations

                                                                                                                                    5 Hours

Module  3

Social Work/Welfare Agencies: - Role and type, organizational structure, functions, and principles, as a Legal entity.  Subsidies and Grant-In-Aid. Management of Income Generation Programmes and Micro-credits, Fundraising, Legal and administrative aspects of Resource Mobilization, Social Marketing: Concept and scope, Application of Marketing in social services.  Organizing marketing social services, beneficiary research,                                                                                                                                                                6 Hours

Module  4

Administrative Process: - Approaches to Organizational Management: - Beaurocratic, Democratic, Human Relation Model, System Theory, Theory X and Theory Y; Principles. Human Resource Development: - Concept and importance, planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordinating and training Recruitment, Selection, Induction, Placement, Training and Termination, Personnel. Policy, Management by objectives                                                                                                                                                                             7 Hours

Module  5

Office Management: Interior spacing, Technologies and Equipment’s Documenting and Reporting, Record maintenance, Communications, Public relation, Networking, Minutes. Finance management: Finance, Budgeting, Accounting, Auditing, Bookkeeping, Bills, Voucher, and Receipts, Bank transactions, Income/ Expenditure statement accounts, procedures and practices for the administration of tenders,                                                                                                                                                                                       6 Hours

Methodology

Classroom lectures – reading materials and discussions – interaction with field practitioners – case presentations and media analysis – Assignments

 

CO

CO Statement

PO/ PSO

CL

KC

Class Session s/Tutorial Hrs

Lab/ Field Hrs

Assessment

CO1

Understand administration as a method in social work practice

PO1/PSO2, PSO3

U

C

2

00

Assignment on administration as a method of social work

CO2

Understand, develop and implement adaptive administrative principles in development   sector

PO2, PO3 /PSO3, PSO7

U, Ap

C, P

6

00

Assignment on  administrative principles

CO3

Understand the importance of social marketing and organizational behavior in the Indian context

PO1/PSO3,PSO5

U

C

6

00

Seminar on social marketing and organizational behavior in Indian context

CO4

Develop analytical skills to assess the efficiency of various administrative process

PO2, PO3 / PSO 5, PSO 6

Ap, An

M, P

4

00

Tutorial- demonstration

On various skills to be used to analyze the efficiency of administrative process

CO5

Plan, implement, manage and evaluate development programs

PO1,PO4/PSO 3, PSO 5, PSO7

An, E

C, P, M

4

00

Assignment and presentation on model development projects

CO6

Practice the utility of the administrative structure, processes, and procedures in an organization/development sector

PO1,PO2, PO4/PSO1,PSO 6, PSO 8

C, Ap

C, P

4

4

Prepare and practice a project proposal to address a social issue / short term internship

 

Essential Readings:

1.      Buisara,J.F.&Varma.R.M(ed.)(1984) Perspectives on Social Welfare in India. New Delhi, S. Chand  & Co

2.      Jainendra  Kumar Jha(2002).Social Welfare and Social Work, NewDelhi,  Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd

3.      Paul Chowdhary (1992).Social Welfare Administration, Bombay, Sterling Book House

4.      Sachdeva D.R (2006). Social Welfare Administration in India, NewDelhi, Kitab Mahal, -

5.      Sanjay Bhattacharya (2006).Social Work Administration and  Development, New Delhi, Rawat, Publications

6.      Warham, Joyce (1975). Introduction to Administration for Social Workers, London Rutledge & Kegan Paul

  Reading List

1.      Albert R.Roberts & Gilbert J.Greene (2002). Social Worker’s Desk Reference. New York  , Oxford University Press

2.      Bartlet, H.M, (1970).The Common base of Social Work Practice, New York, National, Association of Social Workers

3.      Gilbert, Neil, et al (1990). An Introduction to Social Work Practice, New York, New Jersey Prentice Hall

4.      Gopalan G.Kamala Krishnaswamy(2000). Nutrition in Major Metabolic Diseases, New York, Oxford University Press

5.      Karen Healy(2001). Social Work Perspectives on Change, New Delhi, Sage Publications.

6.      Lena Dominelli(2004). Social Work. Theory and Practice for a changing profession, UK Cambridge.

7.     Paula Allen- Mearer,& Charles Garwin (2000). The Handbook of Social Work.Direct Practice. New Delhi, SAGE Publication, Inc