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IGNOU MSW Admission

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IGNOU is inviting applications from May 15, 2024, for the MSW course. May 30, 2024, is the last date to apply for this course. If you are interested in applying for this course, you can go to the official website of IGNOU, @ignouadmission.samarth.edu.in. In the 2-year academic year time period, you have to pay INR 300 as the application fee and INR 36,000 for academic fees. 

To secure IGNOU MSW Admission, you need to be a graduate of a well-known university. This MSW course comprises two different variants including MSW General and MSW Counselling. To get more details related to the IGNOU MSW Admission, you can scroll through this article till the end.

What is the IGNOU MSW Course?

Full form of IGNOU MSW Course –  Master of Social Work (MSW)

IGNOU MSW course is designed for those who want to make their career in the social sector. The minimum duration of the course is 2 years and the maximum is 4 years long. The course offers two specializations including MSW General and MSW Counselling. The course includes 72 credits from compulsory courses, electives, and practical work. Assignments in the MSW course have 30% weighting, while the other 70% is based on theoretical principles. 

There are certain points that you need to keep in mind while taking admission into the IGNOU MSW Admission. 

  • IGNOU will start accepting applications on May 15, 2024.
  • The last date of the IGNOU MSW Admission is May 30, 2024.
  • IGNOU MSW Admissions will be on merit based, no entrance test will be conducted.
  • Graduates from well-known universities with at least 50% marks are eligible to apply for this course.
  • The results of the IGNOU MSW examinations will be declared on the official website of the university.
  • You need to pay INR 300/- application fee at the time of application.
  • Further, you need to pay the amount of INR 36,000/- during 2 years of the course.

You need to pay the semester/yearly fee at the time of IGNOU re-registeration.

IGNOU MSW Course Eligibility Criteria

To apply for the MSW course at IGNOU, you need to be a graduate:

  • Graduate from a recognized university
  • A minimum of 50% marks in the graduation is required.

Steps to Apply for the MSW IGNOU Course

You need to follow the given steps to apply for the MSW IGNOU course at the official website of the IGNOU.

  • Firstly, go to the official website of the IGNOU and log in with your username and password. If you are a new user then you are advised to create your new profile.
  • You need to upload all the necessary documents in the given sizes on the official website.
  • Next, you need to pay the required application fee and confirm your admission seat.

Explore the Syllabus of IGNOU MSW 2024

The MSW course has three main components including optional papers and fieldwork. You are required to have 38 credits in the compulsory paper, then 8 credits in the optional work, and rest 20 credits in the fieldwork.

You can find the study material at the official website of the IGNOU.

MSW (1st year) Curriculum
MSW-001: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL WORK (4 CREDITS)
Block 1
History of Social Work: Global Scenario
History of Social Work in America
History of Social Work in Asia Pacific-I
History of Social Work in Africa and the Middle East
History of Social Work in Europe
History of Social Work in Asia Pacific-II
Block 2 Social Work Profession and Education
Social Work as a Profession
Social Work Education: Retrospect and Prospects
Values, Principles, and Ethics of Professional Social Work
Social Work Education through Distance Learning
Block 3 Social Work Concepts and Primary Methods
Introduction to Social Work Concepts
Social Case Work
Social Group Work
Community Work in Social Work
Block 4 Secondary Methods of Social Work
Social Action
Social Work Research
Social Welfare Administration
Generalist Practice
MSW-002 PROFESSIONAL SOCIAL WORK: INDIAN PERSPECTIVES (4 CREDITS)
Block 1 Evolution of Social Work Practice in India
History of Social Work: State Initiatives
History of Social Work: Initiatives through Social Movements
History of Social Work: Individual Initiatives
History of Social Work in India: Initiatives by NGOs
Block 2 Religion and Social Work: Indian Context
Hinduism and Social Work
Christianity and Social Work
Islam and Social Work
Sikhism and Social Work
Jainism and Social Work
Buddhism and Social Work
Block 3 Gandhian Concepts of Social Work
Gandhian Social Work: Methods and Techniques
Gandhi’s Perception of an Ideal Society
Gandhian Social Work: The Historical Perspective
Gandhi’s Charter of Social Reconstruction
Social Work in the Post-Gandhian Era
Block 4 Professional Social Work in Independent India
Involvement of Social Workers in National Development
Growth of Social Work Education and Training
Career Prospects in Professional Social Work
Social Work Literature
MSW-003 BASIC SOCIAL SCIENCE CONCEPTS (4 CREDITS)
Block 1 Basic Concept of Society
Social Work and its Relationship to Other Disciplines
Indian Society: Composition, Classification, and Stratification
Social Change: Meaning, Characteristics, and Factors
Society and Culture
Social Groups, Social Institutions, and Social Control
Block 2 Basics of Psychology For Social Workers
Psychological Foundation for Social Work Practice
Concepts of Social Psychology for Social Work Practice
Social Learning and Motivation
Defense Mechanisms and Stress
Block 3 Family-The Basic Unit of Society
Stages of Human Growth and Development
Biological Aspects of Human Growth and Development
Concept of Family and Marriage
Understanding Man and Woman
Family Life Cycle
Block 4 Indian Families in Transition
Family and Marriage in the Changing Society
Social Work with Families
Contemporary Problems in Family System
Parenting Adolescents and Youngsters
MSW-004 SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (4 CREDITS)
Block 1 Social Dynamics and Change
Migration
Rural and Urban Continuum and Urbanization
Globalization
Changing Occupational Structure and Impact of Liberalization
Industrialization
Block 2 Concepts of Development
Development and Progress: Economic and Social Dimensions
Population and Development
Social and Human Development
Gender Perspectives on Development
Sustainable Development
Block 3 Development: Human Rights Perspective
Social Ideals of the Indian Constitution
Welfare Economics and Development
Social Work and Human Rights
Indian Judicial System
Block 4 Social Legislations
Legal Provisions for Women
Legal Provisions for Persons with Disability
Legal Aid, Social Advocacy, and the Role of Social Worker
Legal Provision for Children
MSW-005 SOCIAL WORK PRACTICUM AND SUPERVISION (4 CREDITS)
Block 1 Social Work Practicum: An Overview
Social Work Practicum: Concept, Meaning, Nature, Importance, and Scope
History of Social Work Practicum: Development of Field Education
Social Work Practicum: Global and National Scenario
Social Work Practicum in Open and Distance Learning
Block 2 Roles and Expectations in Social Work Practicum
Orientation for Social Work Practicum
Roles and Expectations in Social Work Practicum
Roles and Expectations of Social Work Training Institute
Principles and Skills for Social Work and Agency Practice
Block 3 Field Work Supervision
Models and Modes of Social Work Supervision
Administrative and Environmental Aspects in Social Work Supervision
Supportive Functions in Supervision
Field practicum Supervision in Distance Learning Mode
Block 4 Social Work Practicum in Various Settings
Individual, Family, and Community
Medical, Psychiatry and Child Care
Education and Research
Correctional Services
Corporate Sector, Donor Agencies, and NGOs
MSW-006 SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH (6 CREDITS)
Block 1 Basics of Research in Social Work
Introduction to Social Work Research 
Research Review in Social Work
Research Process I: Formulation of Research Problem
Research Process II: Preparing a Research Proposal
Block 2 Research Methods in Social Work
Introduction to Methods of Research in Social Work
Research Methods I: Descriptive, Exploratory, Diagnostic, Evaluation & Action Research
Research Methods II: Experimental Research
Research Methods III: Qualitative Research
Block 3 Tools and Methods of Data Collection
Methods of Sampling
Research Tools: Questionnaire, Rating Scales, Attitudinal Scales, and Tests
Interview, Observation, and Documents
Data Collection
Block 4 Data Processing and Analysis
Data Processing and Analysis
Descriptive Statistics
Inferential Statistics
Reporting of Research
MSWL-001 SOCIAL WORK PRACTICUM (10 CREDITS)
MSW CURRICULUM: 2nd YEAR
MSW-007 CASE WORK & COUNSELLING: WORKING WITH INDIVIDUALS (4 CREDITS)
Social Casework Practice in the Indian Context
Behavioral Concepts for Understanding the Clients
Scope of Social Casework: Nature of the Problems to be Addressed
Components of Casework
Block 2 Social Case Work
Caseworker Client Relationship and Principles of Casework
Supportive Techniques of Helping
Social Casework Process Tools of Casework
Tools of Casework
Some Theoretical Approaches in Casework
Block 3 Basics of Counselling
Introduction to Counselling
Counselling Process
Supportive & Behavioural Techniques in Counselling
Cognitive and Psychoanalytical Techniques in Counselling
Practical Issues Involved in Counselling
Block 4 Interview and Recording
Interviewing in Social Case Work
Recording and Documentation in Social Case Work
Interviewing and Communication
Interviewing Skills and Techniques
MSW-008 SOCIAL GROUP WORK: WORKING WITH GROUPS (4 CREDITS)
Block 1 Introduction to Social Group Work
Social Groups: Characteristics and Significance
Historical Evolution of Social Group Work (Global Context)
Historical Evolution of Social Group Work (Indian Context)
Social Group Work as a Method of Social Work
Block 2: Group Work Dynamics
Theories and Models in Social Group Work
Process of Group Formation
Values and Principles in Social Group Work
Stages/Phases of Group Development
Block 3 Leadership and Skill Development in Social Group Work
Leadership and Power
Skills and Techniques of Social Group Work
Relevance of Life Skill Education in Social Group Work Practice
Programme Planning in Social Group Work
Block 4 Social Group Work in Different Settings
Concepts and Dynamics of Self-Help Groups (SHG) in Indian Context)
Group Work in Community Settings
Group Work in Institutional Settings
Group Work in Educational Settings
Role of Social Worker in Group Work
MSW-009 COMMUNITY ORGANISATION MANAGEMENT FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (4 CREDITS)
Block 1 Concepts of Community and Community Development
Understanding Communities
Profile of Urban Communities
Profile of Rural Communities
Profile of Tribal Communities
Community Development Programmes and Accountability
Block 2 Community Organisation for Community Development
Community Organisation
Community Organisation as a Method of Social Work
Current Issues in Community Organisation
Attitudes, roles, and Skills of a Community Organizer
Models of Community Organization
Block 3: Social Action for Community Development
Social Action (history, concept, and principles)
Social Action and Community Work
Models of Social Action
Social Action (strategies and tactics)
Social Action as a method of social work
Block 4: Social Welfare Administration
Social Welfare Administration (Concept, History, Nature, etc.)
Components of Social Welfare Administration (PODSCORBOEF)
Social Services and their delivery
Management of Social Services
Major Social Policies: (Indian Context).
MSWE-001 HIV/AIDS: STIGMA, DISCRIMINATION, AND PREVENTION (4 CREDITS)
Block 1 Basic Facts of HIV/AIDS
Global and National Scenario of HIV/AIDS
HIV/AIDS Disease Profile
Misconceptions of HIV/AIDS/STDs
History of HIV/AIDS
Block 2 HIV/AIDS Prevention: Socio-ethical Issues
HIV Prevention and Control: Government Initiatives
HIV Prevention and Control: Personal Aspects
Continuum of Care
Social Influence on HIV/AIDS Transmission and Prevention
HIV/AIDS and Ethical Issues
Block 3 HIV/AIDS Education and Care
HIV/AIDS and its Implications for Individuals, Family, and Community
HIV/AIDS Education and Behaviour Modification
Care of the Person with HIV/AIDS
Care of the Terminally III
BLOCK 4: Understanding and Responding to Stigma & Discrimination
Stigma and Discrimination: Concept and Meaning
Theories and Models of Stigma and Discrimination
Social Stigma: Universal and Cultural Specific
Provider Stigma: Social Service and Health Care Providers
Response Strategies for Social Workers
MSWE-002 WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT (4 CREDITS)
B1ock 1 Status of Women in India
Women Down the Ages
Situational Analysis of Women in India
Women: A Vulnerable Group
Women in Unorganized Sector
Block 2 Women and Development Initiatives
Global Initiatives and UN Safeguards for Women’s Development
Policies and Programmes for Women’s Empowerment in India
Support Services (SHGs, Micro Enterprises, Institutional Support, etc.)
Gender and Development
B1ock 3 Status of Children in India
Profile of Children in India
Girl Children: A Vulnerable Group
Children in Critical Circumstances
Situation of Adolescents
B1ock 4 Care and Safeguards of Children
Global Initiatives and UN Safeguards for Children
Policies and Programmes for Children in India
Role of Social Worker in Child Care Settings
MSWE-003 DISASTER MANAGEMENT (4 CREDITS)
Block 1 Introduction to Disaster Management
Hazards, Risk, Vulnerability, and Capacity Analysis
Types of Disaster-II (Other including Human-Made)
Types of Disaster-I (Hydro-Meteorological Disasters and Geo-Hazards)
Institutional Mechanism for Disaster Management
Block 2 Mitigation and Preparedness
Community-based Disaster Management
Structural and Non-Structural Mitigation Measures
Gender Issues in Disaster Management
B1ock 3 Emergency Response
Managing Relief
Health Care Management
Role of Various Agencies: Incident Command System
Block 4 Recovery and Reconstruction
Damage and Loss Assessment
Recovery Planning
Physical Recovery and Reconstruction
Psycho-Social Care and Socio-Economic Rehabilitation
MSW-010 INTRODUCTION TO PHILANTHROPIC SOCIAL WORK (4 CREDITS)
Block 1 Concept, History, Ethics, and Values of Philanthropy
Concept, Nature, and Scope of Philanthropy
History and Trends in Philanthropy
Introduction to Philanthropic Ethics
Ethical Codes
Fundamental Human Values
Fundamental Human Rights and Duties
Block 2 Philanthropic Social Work
Concept and Meaning of Philanthropic Social Work
Professional Social Work and Philanthropy
History of Philanthropic Social Work
Contemporary Issues in Philanthropic Social Work
Human and Financial Resources for Philanthropic Social Work
Block 3 Stakeholders in Philanthropic Social Work
Religions
Government
Corporate Sector
Non-Profit Organizations (Donor Agencies)
Civil Society
MSWP-001: PROJECT WORK (4 CREDITS)
MSWL-002: SOCIAL WORK PRACTICUM (10 CREDITS)

Fill IGNOU MSW Application Form Today

As mentioned earlier IGNOU has already started accepting applications for the MSW course. You can apply for this course at the official website of the university. The last date to fill out and submit the IGNOu application form for the MSW course is May 30, 2024.

Regional & Study Centre Details

Below is the list of the regional and study centers where a student can study MSW course.

Regional CentreStudy Centre
HYDERABAD0111: AURORA DEGREE COLLEGE (111)
HYDERABAD01156: Kakatiya Degree & PG College (01156)
KARNAL1005: CHOTU RAM COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (1005)
KARNAL1009: GOVERNMENT P.G. COLLEGE (1009)
KARNAL1075: GURUNANAK KHALSA COLLEGE (1075)
KARNAL1002: HINDU COLLEGE (1002)
SHIMLA1101: GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (1101)
JAMMU1207: GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (1207)
JAMMU1250: GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (BOYS) (1250)
JAMMU1201: UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU (1201)
BANGALORE13179: KRISTU JAYANTI COLLEGE AUTONOMOUS 13179
BANGALORE1302: ST. ALOYSIUS COLLEGE, MANGALORE (1302)
BANGALORE1305: VIDYAVARDHAKA FIRST GRADE COLLEGE,MYSORE (1305)
COCHIN1480: BISHOP VAYALIL MEMORIAL HOLY CROSS COLLEGE (1480)
COCHIN1406: CMS COLLEGE (1406)
COCHIN14119: DE PAUL INST.OF SCI. & TECH. (14119)
BHOPAL15244: GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, DISTRICT BURHANPUR (15244)
BHOPAL15228: GOVERNMENT P.G.COLLEGE (15228)
BHOPAL15236: GOVT. GIRLS COLLEGE BARWANI (15236)
BHOPAL15229: GOVT. HOME SCIENCE COLLEGE (15229)
BHOPAL15234: GOVT. PG ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGE (15234)
BHOPAL1500: IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE BHOPAL LSC Code 1500
BHOPAL1504: JIWAJI UNIVERSITY GWALIOR
BHOPAL1501: MOTILAL VIGYAN MAHAVIDYALAYA (1501)
BHOPAL15232: THE BHOPAL SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (15232)
PUNE16144: ABEDA INAMDAR SENIOR COLLEGE OF ARTS SCIENCE AND COMMERCE PUNE 16144
PUNE1608: KTHM COLLEGE (1608)
PUNE1610: VIVEKANAND ARTS & SDS COMMERCE COLLEGE (1610)
IMPHAL1707: D.M. COLLEGE OF SCIENCE (1707)
IMPHAL1706: DON BOSCO COLLEGE (1706)
SHILLONG1801: NORTH EASTERN HILL UNIVERSITY (1801)
AIZWAL1901: GOVERNMENT AIZAWL COLLEGE (1901)
AIZWAL1903: GOVERNMENT KOLASIB COLLEGE (1903)
AIZWAL1927: GOVT J BUANA COLLEGE (1927)
PORT BLAIR0201: JNR MAHAVIDYALALA (201)
PORT BLAIR0208: M G GOVT COLLEGE (208)
KOHIMA2000: IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE KOHIMA LSC Code 2000
BHUBANESHWAR2106: F.M. COLLEGE, BALASORE (2106)
BHUBANESHWAR2109: GOVT AUTONOMOUS COLLEGE-PHULBANI (2109)
BHUBANESHWAR21185: J.K.B.K. COLLEGE, CUTTACK (21185)
BHUBANESHWAR2104: KHALIKOTE COLLEGE (2104)
KHANNA2216: DAV COLLEGE (2216)
KHANNA2225: NEHRU MEMORIAL GOVT. COLLEGE (2225)
KHANNA2299: NIRMAN CAMPUS OF EDUCATION RESEARCH and TRAINING LSC 2299
JAIPUR23150: INDIAN INSTITUTE OF RURAL MANAGEMENT(HRM), JAIPUR (23150)
GANGTOK2401: SIKKIM GOVERNMENT COLLEGE (2401)
CHENNAI2501: DDGD VAISHNAVA COLLEGE (2501)
CHENNAI2534: ER. PERUMAL MANIMEKALAI P’NIC (2534)
CHENNAI2578: GURU NANAK COLLEGE (2578)
CHENNAI2509: SACRED HEART COLLEGE (2509)
CHENNAI25160: SHRI S S S JAIN COLLEGE(WOMEN) (25160)
CHENNAI2593: VOORHEES COLLEGE (2593)
AGARTALA2602: GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (2602)
AGARTALA2651: GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE, KAMALPUR (2651)
AGARTALA2607: ISWAR CHANDRA VIDYASAGAR COLLEGE (2607)
AGARTALA2608: M.B.B. COLLEGE (2608)
LUCKNOW2712: BIPIN BIHARI PG COLLEGE, JHANSI (2712)
LUCKNOW27197: BRAHMANAND COLLEGE KANPUR (27197)
LUCKNOW2729: D. N. COLLEGE FATEHGARH (2729)
LUCKNOW2747: FEROZE GANDHI COLLEGE RAEBAREILLY (2747)
LUCKNOW2720: LUCKNOW CHRISTIAN P G COLLEGE (2720)
KOLKATA2809: BANWARILAL BHALOTIA COLLEGE (2809)
KOLKATA2855: BIDHAN CHANDRA COLLEGE (2855)
KOLKATA2807: JAGANNATH KISHORE COLLEGE (2807)
KOLKATA28150: KABI SUKANTA MAHAVIDYALAYA (28150)
KOLKATA2813: MIDNAPUR COLLEGE (2813)
KOLKATA28140: Muralidhar Girls’ College (28140)
KOLKATA28162: Vidyasagar College for Women IGNOU LSC 28162
KOLKATA28149: WOMAN’S COLLEGE, CALCUTTA (28149)
DELHI 229040: LAKSHMIBAI COLLEGE FOR WOMEN (29040W)
DELHI 20769: SHYAM LAL COLLEGE (769)
DELHI 20729: SWAMI SHRADHANAND COLLEGE (729)
SRINAGAR1211: GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE ANANTNAG (1211)
SRINAGAR1210: GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE SOPORE (1210)
SRINAGAR30039: GOVT COLLEGE FOR WOMEN M A ROAD SRINAGAR LSC 30039
SRINAGAR1202: GOVT. AMAR SINGH COLLEGE, SRINAGAR (1202)
SRINAGAR30031: Govt. Degree College Beerwah
SRINAGAR30014: GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE HANDWARA (30014)
DEHRADUN2705: D.A.V. PG COLLEGE DEHRADUN (2705)
DEHRADUN2748: GOVT PG COLLEGE UTTARKASHI (2748)
DEHRADUN2711: MB PG COLLEGE HALDWANI (2711)
RANCHI0502: JAMSHEDPUR COOPERATIVE COLLEGE (502)
RANCHI0513: MARWARI COLLEGE, RANCHI (513)
RANCHI0503: P.K. ROY MEMORIAL COLLEGE, DHANBAD (503)
VIJAYAWADA0103: KBN COLLEGE (103)
VIJAYAWADA0108: KURNOOL STUDY CENTRE (108)
VIJAYAWADA0104: TJPS COLLEGE (104)
VIJAYAWADA0102: V.R. COLLEGE (102)
RAIPUR1509: GOVERNMENT P.G. COLLEGE (1509)
RAIPUR1505: GOVT E RAGHAVENDRA RAO (1505)
RAIPUR1503: GOVT. ARTS & SCI. COLLEGE (1503)
RAIPUR1510: PT. RAVI SHANKAR SHUKLA UNIV. (1510)
NAGPUR1607: GURU NANAK BHAWAN NAGPUR MAHARASHTRA
NAGPUR36051: MAHATMA PHULE COLLEGE OF SOCIAL WORK BULDHANA MAHARASHTRA
NAGPUR1613: PRATIBHA NIKETAN MAHA VIDYALAYA NANDED MAHARASHTRA
JORHAT0410: C.K.B. COMMERCE COLLEGE (410)
JORHAT04171: NOWGOAN COLLEGE (4171)
DELHI 3 Naraina38045: Shivaji College (38045)
NOIDA2739: GOVERNMENT P.G. COLLEGE (2739)
NOIDA27127: GOVT RAZA PG COLLEGE,RAMPUR (27127)
NOIDA2714: HINDU COLLEGE (2714)
NOIDA2728: MEERUT COLLEGE MEERUT (2728)
NOIDA27140: R.B.D. COLLEGE BIJNORE (27140)
NOIDA2749: S.D. COLLEGE, MUZAFFARNAGAR (2749)
NOIDA2741: S.D. POST GRADUATE COLLEGE (2741)
NOIDA2702: ST. JOHN’S COLLEGE (2702)
GUWAHATI0408: HANDIQUE GIRLS COLLEGE (408)
TRIVANDRUM40028: ALL SAINTS COLLEGE, IGNOU STUDY CENTRE (WOMEN) (40028)
TRIVANDRUM40038: D B Pampa College Pathanamthitta 40038
TRIVANDRUM40039: IGNOU Regular Study Centre Christ Nagar College 40039
TRIVANDRUM1441: MAR IVANIOS INSTITUTE OF ADVANCE STUDIES (1441)
TRIVANDRUM40042: Mar Thoma College of Science and Technology Chadayamangalam
JABALPUR1515: DANIELSON DEGREE COLLEGE, CHHINDWARA (1515)
JABALPUR1507: DR. H.S. GOUR UNIVERSITY, SAGAR (1507)
JABALPUR1589: GOVT. A.B.COLLEGE BAIHAR (1589D)
JABALPUR1589D: GOVT. A.B.COLLEGE BAIHAR (1589D)
JABALPUR1566D: GOVT. C.V. COLLEGE, DINDORI (1566D)
JABALPUR15112D: GOVT. COLLEGE BARGHAT (15112D)
JABALPUR1560D: GOVT. P. G. COLLEGE, SEONI (1560D)
JABALPUR41027D: PENCHVEHELEE PG GOVT COLLEGE PARASIA 41027D
JABALPUR1502: RDVV UNIVERSITY JABALPUR (1502)
JABALPUR41017D: SITE COLLEGE, SINGRAULI (41017D)
RAJKOT42012: IGNOU STUDY CENTRE RAJKOT (42012)
MADURAI2504: BISHOP HEBER COLLEGE (2504)
MADURAI43078: BON SECOURS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN (43078)
MADURAI2502: DR.G.R.D. COLLEGE OF SCIENCE (2502)
MADURAI43084: SREE NARAYANA GURU COLLEGE (43084)
MADURAI2503: THIYAGARAJAR COLLEGE (2503)
KORAPUT44023: AERONAUTICS COLLEGE, SUNABEDA (44023)
KORAPUT44033: Council of Analytical Tribal Studies LSC 44033
KORAPUT2113: GOVERNMENT COLLEGE (2113)
KORAPUT44032: MALKANGIRI COLLEGE LSC 44032
KORAPUT2139: NABARANGPUR COLLEGE (2139)
KORAPUT2140: NATIONAL COLLEGE (2140)
KORAPUT2107: RAJENDRA COLLEGE (2107)
KORAPUT2175: RAYAGADA COLLEGE (2175)
KORAPUT2110: VIKRAM DEV COLLEGE (2110)
SILIGURI45028: SALESIAN COLLEGE (45028)
DARBHANGA0504: BRA BIHAR UNIVERSITY (504)
DARBHANGA0522: C.M. COLLEGE (522)
ALIGARH2713: ALIGARH MUSLIM UNIVERSITY, ALIGARH (2713)
VARANASI2703: ALLAHABAD DEGREE COLLEGE, ALLAHABAD (2703)
VARANASI48022: ARYA MAHILA P.G. COLLEGE, VARANASI (48022)
VARANASI2709: DDU UNIVERSITY GORAKHPUR (2709)
VARANASI48026: LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI PG COLLEGE, MUGALSARAI (48026)
VARANASI48046: MAHATMA GANDHI KASHI VIDYA PEETH VARANASI (48046)
VARANASI48028: ST ANDREWS COLLEGE, GORAKHPUR (48028)
MUMBAI1601: K J Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce IGNOU LSC 1601
PATNA0500: IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE PATNA LSC Code 0500
ARMY-KOLKATA5103: 5103
ARMY-KOLKATA5104: 5104
ARMY-KOLKATA5114: HQ 111 SUB AREA (5114)
ARMY-KOLKATA5108: HQ 17 MTN DIV (5108)
ARMY-KOLKATA5110: HQ 27 MTN DIV (5110)
ARMY-KOLKATA5102: HQ 3 CORPS (5102)
ARMY-KOLKATA5101: IAEP HQ 101 AREA (5101)
ARMY-KOLKATA5106: IAEP HQ 17 CORPS (5106)
ARMY-KOLKATA5105: IAEP STUDY CENTRE HQ BENGAL AREA (SC-5105)
ARMY-KOLKATA5107: IAEP STUDY CENTRE-5107 (5107)
ARMY-KOLKATA5109: IAEP, HQ 20 MTN DIVISION (5109)
ARMY-CHANDIMANDIR5201: WESTERN COMMAND HRDC (5201)
ARMY-LUCKNOW5301: 5301
ARMY-LUCKNOW5302: 5302
ARMY-LUCKNOW5305: 5305
ARMY-PUNE5405: IAEP ARMY STUDY CENTRE 5405 (5405)
ARMY-PUNE5404: SC HRDC IC/O BEG & CENTRE,PUNE
ARMY-UDHAMPUR5505: HQ 14 CORPS (HRDC) (5505)
ARMY-UDHAMPUR5503: HQ 15 CORPS HRDC (5503)
ARMY-UDHAMPUR5504: HQ 16 CORPS HRDC (5504)
ARMY-UDHAMPUR5510: HQ 19 INF DIV (5510)
ARMY-UDHAMPUR5506: HQ 25 INF DIV (5506)
ARMY-UDHAMPUR5511: HQ 39 MTN DIV (5511)
ARMY-UDHAMPUR5501: HRDC HQ NORTHERN COMMAND (5501)
CHANDIGARH0601: USOL, PU, CHD (601)
DELHI 1 (MOHAN ESTATE (SOUTH DELHI))0707: JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA UNIVERSITY (707)
PANAJI0801: SH. DAMODAR COLL. OF COM & ECO. (MARGAO GOA) (801)
VATAKARA1485: NIRMALAGIRI COLLEGE KOOTHUPARAMBA (IRISH) (1485)
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ANGUL2108: G M UNIVERSITY SAMBALPUR
ANGUL2103: GOVT COLLEGE ROURKELA
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FAQs

What is the last date for MSW admission in IGNOU 2024?

May 30, 2024, is the last date to apply for this course.

Is IGNOU MSW degree valid?

Yes, the GNOU MSW degree valid in the social sector.

Who is eligible for MSW in IGNOU?

Graduates from a recognized university are eligible for the IGNOU MSW course.

Is distance MSW valid?

Yes, distance MSW is valid in the both Government and private sectors.

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