The College of Social Work was founded in 1955 by a band of valiant women known as Daughters of the Heart of Mary, whose mission was to readily respond to the felt needs of the people according to the signs of the time.

In the years following the Independence of India, the founders – Ms Paiva Couceiro, Ms Collette Galby and Dr Dorothy Baker realized that the nation’s struggle for development would be served not so much by sensitive social concern as by insightful committed action. This led to the conceptualization of a programme of Social Work education to prepare young people to undertake and assist in resolving the existing social problems: widespread poverty, ill health, unemployment, illiteracy and social inequalities. The academic programme was then built on a vision of human dignity and social justice especially with regards to the underprivileged.

The College has forged ahead in the last fifty five years, addressing various concerns of human existence and today (2012) in its fifty-seventh year of existence – has become one of the pioneering institutes of social work education in the country.

On 31st March 2007, The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), was pleased to declare that the College of Social Work had been re-accredited at the A + level with an Institutional Score of 93%.This certification would be valid for FIVE years

The commendations of the peer team about the college were many. A few highlights:

  • Appreciation of the goals and objectives of the college as well conceived and as a good attempt at the implementation of curriculum planning, transaction and co-curricular activities.

  • Considerable academic freedom and flexibility.

  • Good balancing between theoretical content and field practice with focus areas of women, rural poor and the disabled.

  • Recognition gained from National and Inter-national universities

  • Full-fledged Research Unit.

  • Commitment of the Institution to the extension projects through faculty members.

  • Personalized counseling and placement services.

  • Well-equipped computer and internet services for staff and students and refurnished library facility.

  • Good supportive services of audio-visual unit and language laboratory.

  • High appreciation of office automation and net campus college excel programme.

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  • CSWNN History

  • Alumni Meet on 9th February 2013

  • Savitribai Phule Lecture Series 3

  • INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

  • Activities

  • Teacher's Day & Onam Celebrations

  • Inauguration of Gymnasium

  • Dr. Dorothy Baker Chair Lecture VIIth Series of PEACE

  • SPORTS DAY

  • Peace is our fight & "You are the Light" a religious celebration

  • College Festival - AARAMBH (2014-2015)

  • Prize winners

  • COLLEGE ANNUAL DAY 2015

  • Degree Distribution on 2nd February 2015

  • CHRISTIANS FOR PEACE SOLIDARITY RALLY

  • Current Political Situation Violence and Challenges for Peace Dr. Ram Puniyani 11.2.2015

  • CHIRAG ACTIVITIES

  • Integrated Social Work Practice Seminar by Students

  • NAAC PEER TEAM VISIT 1st Day

  • NAAC PEER TEAM VISIT EXIT MEETING

  • VALEDICTORY FUNCTION

  • Colaba Peace Walk

  • When some people leave us their memory will last forever. And we know your memory will last forever.

  • Relief Fund For NEPAL

  • ENGLISH WORKSHOP 26/06/2015

  • Inauguration of BSW I & MSW I 2015-2016

  • When some people leave us their memory will last forever. And we know your memory will last forever.(II)

  • PARENTS MEETING ON 24/6/2015