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Report writing the right way – TU BSW second year

In this post, you will learn the general format for report writing for BSW Second Year.

Your report should be divided into three chapters.

Chapter I

Background of the study

The student should give a general introduction to the study. Various problems and issues relevant to the study title are necessary to write historically in support of literature.

If it is possible, it is better to give the general scenario of the study title from the international level to the national and local level.




Being based on the literature, various issues and problems associated with the study need to be brought out through different angles.

Introduction of the organization

The student should give a general introduction to where they do their social work.



Objectives of the organization

Students should write about the objectives of the organization.

Structure of the organization

The general structure of the organization should be given.



Function/ activities of the Organization

The various activities carried out by the organization are written here.


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Chapter II

The rationale of the site selection

Here the student should provide scientific and genuine reasons for the selection of a particular organization or place or community for the social work practice or research study.

Information collection tools and techniques

There are various tools of data collection such as questionnaires, interviews, case studies, observation etc., out of such tools what tools have been applied for the collection of what nature of information needs to be explained.

Major problems faced by the clients

In this section, students should present the major problems faced by the clients.

While mentioning the problems, students are suggested also to scrutinize the casual factors of engendering such problems. Students should present these factors in tables or charts with their sources and proper analysis of the data.



Case studies(in the italic form) and photos, representing the major issues of the studies also can be inserted in the middle of the text as per contextual need. But photos can be presented also in the final part of the report in “appendixes” without presenting in the main text.

Activities carried out by the student

In this section, the student should write about the activities that they performed during their work in the organization and describe the following:


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a) Nature of the activity
b) Impact on client
c) Knowledge gained

Chapter III

Summary

Under this topic, students should present their report very precisely so that readers could know what has been throughout the report after a glance at the summary.

Conclusion

It is suggested to mention briefly student’s evaluation and vision toward the problem that they dealt with.

Recommendations

In this section, students are suggested to mention their suggestions pertaining to what should be done for the amelioration of the problem for short-term and long term basis by concerned sectors.


This guideline has been extracted by handout provided in one of the constituent campuses. We don’t own any copyrights or any rights. Posted for educational purposes. Thank You.

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