• Skill Enhancement Training

    A month-long SET is held for students of BSW and MSW first year to help them understand the practical realities of society and learn skills needed to deal with social problems. Students are also sensitised on Constitutional principles of equality, fraternity, liberty, scientific temperament, endeavour and integrity. As Social Work professionals need to communicate with the community they work in, students are given training in street-plays, Anubhav Natya (skit), Chitra Katha (story through paintings), puppet show, lyrics writing, singing issue-based songs and Chitra Geet (story narrated through song). Documentaries screened include Big Bang, Universe, How the Earth Was Made, Evolution: Ape to Man, Cave Man, Ice Man, Ice Age, Family Tree, Grand Canyon, Bharat Ki Chap, Bharat Ek Khoj, India Invented, India Untouched, Gujarat: Final Solution, The Lesser Human, Dalit Reclaiming Identity, Kachra Kondi, SEZ, Kashasathi Potasathi and Ram Ke Naam Par. Students are given training in filmmaking and photography.

    Workshops are held on superstition eradication and gender equality. Training is also given in Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) and Rapid Rural Appraisal (RRA).

    YCSSW Skill-Development Policy:

    Institute shall foster ‘people skills’ by conducting quiz competitions, debates, elocutions and discussions occasionally