The beginnings of the Matru Sewa Sangh Institute of Social Work can be traced back to the year 1921 when the Late Padmashree Kamalatai Hospet founded Matru Sewa Sangh (MSS) in the city of Nagpur.Read More
The Matru Sewa Sangh Institute of Social Work aspires to become a preeminent abode of knowledge that is robust, committed, futuristic and people centered and that addresses the complexities of human conditions.Read More
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It was fun for me to recall my days in the sorority of MSSISW. The friendships forged within this institution with students and faculty, alike, truly inspired and influenced my career and lives professionally as well as personally. I believe, one can either stumble upon or make a conscious choice to be in the field of social work. For me, it was a conscious choice and this institute had facilitated learning, unlearning and relearning!I now have the opportunity to help others in one way or another and I thank my alma matter for that
Abhilash IngleProgram Associate CASA, Madhya Pradesh
I was a MSW student of Matru Sewa Sangh Institute of Social Work from 1984 to 1986. A little scared in the totally new atmosphere and pursuing new course about which I had little knowledge, I was observing other silently the students who had done BSW.A teacher, Rekha Tank Madam, used a method to make me speak by calling all of us ‘Dumb’ students. The journey started from there and a student who had stage-phobia started speaking in classrooms, at field work placements, village camps and later became a regular contributor in seminars, getting invitation for guest lectures etc. I took keen interest in some subjects, which helped me address even social work and sociology teachers in their orientation courses.I was working as journalist, while pursuing MSW course and continued in the same field till my retirement in April 2020. The course and the institute helped in getting recognition in my profession. I earned awards for social journalism and appreciation for my writing on social issues. Even after retirement from The Hitavada, I was offered job by some news agencies and news portals. I am continuing to work as a service to the society.For about four years I also worked as Project Co-ordinator of Village Development Project of MSSISW, which provided great exposure to rural life.
Ajay MardikarSenior Journalist
I entered the Institute for CSW and left after completing MSW. With the support from Institute I could clear UGC NET twice and complete PhD under the Guidance of Principal Dr John Menachery. The Institute through highly experienced faculties, one-to-one relationship between faculties and students, classroom teaching, Field Practicum and research activities helped in developing Social Work Professional in me and in maintaining balance between theory and practical by providing several opportunities. All credit of my professional success goes to the MSSISW.
Dr. Amod GurjarAssistant Professor MGIHU, Wardha
Matru Sewa Sangh is a great college to study in. I enjoy how the study program is structured here: lectures, tutorials and practical. The teachers are well prepared. They know what they do. My experience in this college has been fabulous. This college providesstudents better education and enhance their skill. Staffis so helpful. Every individual teacher helps students to reach the goal. Students can also enjoy by participating in different events and showcase their talent. My experience was great with this college.
Amrita SinghSafeguarding officer Swindon Borough Council.
I was one of the first watch of boys joined MSS (2003-05). Matru Sewa Sangh Institute of Social Work is an Excellent institute which has great faculties and resourceful library. MSSISW provides a very holistic social work approach and staff support students greatly. Training in MSSISW has given me good job opportunity in social work.
Anil JosephSenior Social Worker Cambridge, UK