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Karnataka University : Department of Social Work

Karnataka University, Pavat Nagar , Dharwad - 580003
District: Dharwad (Karnataka)
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Established      :    1962
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The Post Graduate Department of Studies and Research in Social Work, Karnatak University, Dharwad, established in the year 1962, has an acclaim as the pioneering Department to impart Post-Graduate Education in Social Work, in the state of Karnataka. Initially it was started as a part of the Department of Anthropology. Subsequently, it was tagged with the Department of Sociology, where it was further nourished and nurtured. In June 1973 eventually a full-fledged status was granted to it. Slowly and steadily the Department has grown in to its size and expanse. While the student intake is gradually increased from the initial 10 students per year to 50 students per year in the main campus, proportionate increase is done for the other centers also.

 
 
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 Course(s) Offered by Karnataka University : Department of Social Work  in Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Social Work
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Master’s Degree in the concerned subject OR in an allied subject securing a minimum aggregate of 55% marks