BSSS Journal of Social Work (BJSW) Volume: 9 | Issue: 1 Latest

GENERAL INFORMATION

License : https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Start Year : Jan, 2009
Print ISSN : 0975-251X Open Access : Yes
Country : India Volume Frequency : Annual
Peer Reviewed : Yes Special Edition : 0

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

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Dr. Sheeba Joseph

Hod, Department of Social Work, sheejose03@yahoo.com

CALL FOR PAPERS
Next Issue Date : Mar, 2018

Aim/ Scope

BSSS Journal of Social Work invites scholarly articles from wide range of academic domains concerning human development and welfare. Journal brings out social work intervention in various fields to cater to the needs of social work academia nad practice. It promotes empirical, conceptual and methodical studies. Every issue of the journal offers a blend of young and seasoned scholars as well as practitioners that makes the journal truly innovative and cutting edge. This way the journal aspires to be a thought leader in the sphere of social work.

Practice of Non-Formal Education in India: Reflections from the Field | Original Article

Volume: 9/ Issue: 1 , 01 Mar 2017, Pages: 1 - 12 (12)
Supriya Rani* Kislay Kumar Singh

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Autonomy and Decision-Making Role of Tribal Women | Original Article

Volume: 9/ Issue: 1 , 01 Mar 2017, Pages: 13 - 25 (13)
Jyoti Patel*

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Socio-economic conditions of Gujjars in south Kashmir their challenges and strategies | Original Article

Volume: 9/ Issue: 1 , 01 Mar 2017, Pages: 26 - 39 (14)
Aasif Ali Naikoo* Shashank Shekhar Thakur

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GENDER DISCRIMINATION AMONG TRIBAL WOMEN | Original Article

Volume: 9/ Issue: 1 , 01 Mar 2017, Pages: 40 - 54 (15)
Shital N. Somaiya*

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Socio Economic Status of Tribal Women | Original Article

Volume: 9/ Issue: 1 , 01 Mar 2017, Pages: 55 - 66 (12)
Sneha Chandrapal*

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Resettlement through a Tribal Perspective – An Exploratory Analysis | Original Article

Volume: 9/ Issue: 1 , 01 Mar 2017, Pages: 78 - 84 (7)
Poonam Raichandani*

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Migration and Economic Development of Tribals: An Overview | Original Article

Volume: 9/ Issue: 1 , 01 Mar 2017, Pages: 85 - 88 (4)
Dilip Singh*

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Skilling Tribal under Skill India Program | Original Article

Volume: 9/ Issue: 1 , 01 Mar 2017, Pages: 89 - 95 (7)
Ayisha Syeda*

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No Mark for Feminism in Tribal Area | Original Article

Volume: 9/ Issue: 1 , 01 Mar 2017, Pages: 96 - 106 (11)
Arjun Sahai*

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PATRON

Fr. Dr. John P J

Principal, BSSS, Bhopal

 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Dr. Sheeba Joseph

Head, Department of Social Work, BSSS, Bhopal (M.P)

 

MANAGING EDITOR

Mr. Rutwik Gandhe

Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, BSSS, Bhopal

 

 

EDITORIAL COMMITTEE

Dr. Bishnu Mohan Dash

Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work,

Bhim Rao Ambedkar College, University of Delhi


Dr. Ninad Jhala

Principal, Anand Institute of Social Work


Dr Amod Gurjar

Assistant Professor, Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi University, Warda


Ms. Richi Simon

Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, BSSS, Bhopal


Dr Ravindra Singh

Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work,

Bhim Rao Ambedkar College, University of Delhi


ACADEMIC ADVISORS

 

Dr. John Menacherry

Principal, Mathru Sewa Institute of Social Work, Nagpur


Dr. Celin Sunny

Head, Research Institute, Rajagiri College of Social Sciences, Kochi.


Dr. Prakash Pillai R

HoD, Loyola School of Social Sciences, Trivandrum


Dr. Abraham Francis

Lecturer, Dept of Social Work & Human Service

James Cook University, Douglas Australia


Dr Jolly K James

HoD, Social Work

SB College Changanacherry, Kottayam, Kerala


Dr. Ipe Varghese

HoD-Social Work, BCM College Kottayam, Kerala


Dr. Keshav Walke

Associate Professor, MSSISW- Nagpur


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