UGC NET July 2016 Social Work Answer Key

If you are looking for the UGC NET July 2016 Social Work Answer Key, I am going to share a link from where you can find answers of some of the questions of UGC NET July 2016 Social Work Paper 2 and Paper 3.

Some students were saying that the paper’s pattern was very much different. They also told that this time CBSE did not give the OMR sheet duplicate/carbon copy.

This year i.e. UGC NET July 2016 Social Work exam contains many questions on latest trends in the social work like latest schemes launched by Modi Government, NITI Aayog, Nirbhaya Case etc.

Check the UGC NET July 2016 Social Work answer key with this link.

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DSSW MA Social Work Entrance Test Exam – Delhi School of Social Work

Delhi School of Social Work i.e. DSSW is one of the premier institutes in India offering social work course. The department of social work of Delhi University is offering MA in social work from regular mode.

The admission is based on the entrance test. Here on this page, I am posting some questions for the DSSW MA Social Work Entrance Test Exam.

  1. Who is known as the father of ‘intelligence test’?

(A) Bennett                (B) Gesell

(C) Villand                  (D) Wechsler

  1. ‘Social Distance Scale’, was developed by

(A) Likert                    (B) Thorndike

(C) Bogardus             (D) None of the above

  1. The ‘client-centered approach’ is developed by

(A) Kurt Lewin           (B) Bandura

(C) Homans                 (D) Carl Rogers

4.Which is not the nature of community ?

(A) Geographical area (B) Common ties

(C) Social interaction  (D) Individualism

  1. The National policy on child labour was declared in the year

(A) 1986                      (B) 1992

(C) 1995                      (D) 1987

  1. The prohibition of all forms of child labour is explained in

(A) Article 14              (B) Article 18

(C) Article 24              (D) Article 32

  1. Social Development is

(A) a plea for larger allocation for social and welfare services

(B) an integrated view of Development

(C) an effort to provide ad-hoc growth targets in each of the separate sector of planning

(D) planning exclusively concerned with social services

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IGNOU PGDRD Project – IGNOU RDD 05 Project Work – IGNOU PGDRD Research Paper

PGDRD i.e. post graduate diploma in rural development is one of the popular courses in the IGNOU. If you have good interest about the rural development, then this course is very much useful for you.

If you want to do MBA in rural development, this course will help you in learning the basics of rural development.

In this course of IGNOU, you have to submit the PGDRD Project. For this RDD 05 Project Work, you have to write the project synopsis first and after getting the approval from your supervisor, you need to write the final Research Paper for completing the Project Work of PGDRD.

We are also providing help and guidance of making the RDD 05 Project Work. I will teach you about how to prepare the research synopsis for the PGDRD Project of IGNOU and also give you suggestions on data collections, literature review and all other points that we have to cover in this PGDRD Research Paper.

So if you are interested, you can contact at

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IGNOU PGDRD Research Paper

IGNOU PGDRD Research Paper

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Tips for the IGNOU MSW BSW Exams Cracking

Numbers of students from various parts of India asked me for some tips about how to crack the IGNOU MSW exams. Here I am writing a blog post about how to pass the IGNOU MSW exam.

First of all, the MSW / BSW question papers have many lengthy questions like 600 words, 300 words, and 150 words. So I will suggest you to do some writing practice so that you can attempt the whole paper. It is very necessary to attempt all of the questions for getting good marks.

I will suggest you to start the question paper from the 100 words short questions and try to finish all of them within half hour or 40 minutes. Then go for the 150 words question paper and try to finish within 45 minutes. The long questions take long time to think the content and write.

I will also suggest you to download previous years question papers and try to make some short notes so that you can cover the whole topics easily. Try to make handmade notes as they are very easy in doing the revision.

Do not reproduce the bookish language in the exam. Try to write in your own language. Keep the short but clear titles and draw figures if necessary. Paragraphs should be concise.

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IGNOU December 2014 Exam Results

You can get the IGNOU December 2014 Exam Results on the official website of IGNOU. The exam result can get by providing the 9 digit enrollment number.

Good luck.

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Campus Placement Drive for the IGNOU BSW final year students.

Good news for the IGNOU BSW final year students.

Campus Placement Cell (CPC) of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) in association with all Regional Centres of Delhi NCR is organizing Two Day Campus Placement Drive during January 30-31, 2015 at Convention Centre, IGNOU Campus.

The programme has been planned with a financial solution company, BMA Wealth Creators, Noida. The placement drive will be carried out during 10.00 AM to 06.00 PM on both the days for the final year students of BA, B Com, B Sc, BTS, BSW and BCA from Delhi NCR for more than 500 vacancies.

Dates of Campus Placement Drive: 30 and 31st January

Venue:  Convention Centre in IGNOU Campus, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi

Time: 10.00 AM to 06.00

Documents to bring

  • University I-card
  • Latest resume
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Necessary elements for the Team Work in field work training

For the field work training, you must have effective team work skills. Here is a list of some of the most important skills required for the good team work.

  1. Good leadership
  2. Goals
  3. Commitment
  4. Communication
  5. Organisation
  6. Collaboration
  7. Competence
  8. Respect
  9. Passion

Team work plays an important role while doing the social work. During the field work training, it is very necessary to use best skills you have.

Take help of your seniors and other co-workers if you are facing any problem while working as a team member. The communication should be good and clear. You must have good understanding about your organization. Also respect your seniors for getting good support from them.

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CBSE/UGC NET Social Work Preparation Notes

CBSE/UGC NET Social Work Preparation Notes

Hello friends…

Here are some notes and important updates on the CBSE/UGC NET Social Work.

Importance Social Work Books and their author

  • Social Group Work and Practice Book – Wilson and Ryland (1949)
  • Social Work Education and Social Work Practice in India – T.K. Nair
  • An Introduction to Social Psychology – B. Kuppuswamy
  • Social Work Research Methods for the Helping Professions – Polansky

Important Acts

  • The child marriage restrain act – 1929
  • Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) – 1986
  • The prohibition of all forms of child labour is explained – article 24
  • The Article of Indian Constitution that defined – ‘Scheduled Tribes – Article 366
  • National Food Security Act – 2013
  • Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act – 1970
  • RTI Act – 2005
  • Unorganised Workers’ Social Security Act – 2008

Important dates regarding social work aspects

  • World Anti Tobacco Day – May 31
  • National Youth Day – January 12
  • International Youth Day – August 12
  • World Girl Child Day – October 12
  • World Leprosy Eradication Day – 31 January
  • World Health Day – April 7
  • International Day of Persons with Disabilities – 3rd December
  • International Literacy Day – 8th September

Important Years

  • National Commission for Women – 1992
  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted – 1948
  • National policy on child labour – 1987
  • protection of Human Rights Act was passed in India – 1993

Important social work methods

  • Problem solving approach – H.H. Perlman
  • Social group work – Gisela Konopka
  • Community organisation – Murry G. Ross
  • Octavia Hill- Housing reforms
  • Social Exchange Theory – George Humans
  • Theory of Differential Association – E.M. Sutherland
  • Theory of Cultural Lag – William Ogburn
  • Social Conflict Theory – Karl Marx

Important Statements in terms of social work

Justice is crucial to understand human rights. – John Rawl

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