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MSW 004 SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT December 2014 Question Paper

 

MSW 004 SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

December 2014 Question Paper

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100

Note : Answer all the five questions. All questions carry equal marks. Answer to questions no. 1 and 2 should not exceed 600 words each.

1. What are the various approaches to Women and Development ? Differentiate between WID, WAD and GAD. 

OR

Discuss the salient features of migration in India and its consequences. 

2. Discuss how effective Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986 has been in preventing child labour. 

OR

"Population is regarded as a resource, not a problem." Discuss this in the context of any two population theories. 

3. Answer any two of the following questions in about 300 words each :

(a) What is underdevelopment ? Discuss the various models of development. 

(b) What are the legal initiatives taken by the Government for the mentally ill ? Describe the Mental Health Act, 1987. 

(c) Explain the role of social worker in legal aid, legal assistance and social advocacy. 

(d) Write a brief review on the social ideals of Indian Constitution. 

4. Answer any four of the following questions in about 150 words each :

(a) Analyse the impact of India's Development paradigm. 

(b) Discuss the capability approach to welfare economies with reference to Amartya Sen. 

(c) Describe the salient features of Domestic Violence Act, 2005. How is it different from earlier acts and beneficial for helping women ? 

(d) Discuss the main theme of Human Development Reports. 

(e) What are the provisions for children under the prominent family laws pertaining to adoption ?

(f) Define sustainable development and list its objectives. 

5. Write short notes on any five of the following in about 100 words each :

(a) Liberalization 

(b) Different kinds of writs 

(c) Guardian and Ward Act, 1890 

(d) Objectives of Legal Aid 

(e) Locus standi 

(f) Universal Declaration of Human Rights

(g) Ravenstein's Law of Migration

(h) Rural-Urban Dichotomy


 

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