PROGRAMMES & FACILITIES FOR STUDENTS

Study Programmes and Camps outside Mumbai

In order to supplement students’ classroom lectures and field work practice, camps and study programmes are organized each year to enable students to see the working of development projects and programmes in other urban centers and rural / tribal areas of the state and country.

Attendance at camps and study programmes is compulsory and is seen as part of the total process of learning. Camps help promote community living, provides experiences in organization, planning, adaptation and appreciation of varied cultural patterns and environments. Faculty members accompany students in order to promote the educational goals of this experience.


English Lab

Recognizing the importance of English in an increasingly shrinking world, an English Language Laboratory has been set up in the College with the financial support from the Foundation of Academic Excellence and Access (FAEA). The lab provides guidance to students whose English language skills are weak.


Counseling Centre & Job Placement Cell

The College believes that social workers need to be healthy in body and mind in order to effectively reach out to their client population. Completely aware of challenges and stressful situations that students and faculty face both in their personal and scholastic life, the College offers counseling services to students and staff.

The Job Placement Cell proactively seeks to identify jobs for graduating students by inviting representatives from the Governmental, Non- Governmental and Private Sectors at the local, national and international levels to conduct Campus Recruitment at the end of the academic year.


Hostel Facilities

The Institute of Social Service provides hostel facilities for women students at the premises of where the College is located. Since the availability of space is limited at the Nirmala Niketan Institute at Churchgate, which is the parent body of the College, it provides hostel facilities for women students at the Extension Centre at Goregaon. Since a limited number of seats are available, they are allotted to students who are most needy. Admission to the course does not guarantee admission to the Hostel. The College also provides hostel facilities for male candidates at Vasai, a suburb, north of Mumbai.

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