Students who are reserved categories, physically handicapped and minorities’ categories can apply for Govt. scholarship. Students should be fill up the form and submitted to the office within end of the August. If the students are not submitted within the time, the university fees will be paid last week of August.

Prize and Awards

1. Prizes to Meritorious Students
Education shows the way of life to the students and it helps to become sensible human beings and to lead a happy life by choosing appropriate career. Taking in to consideration the importance of education Dr. Prakash Jadhav, Principal Manavlok’s College of Social Work, Ambajogai has started award / prize to those students of the college who stood first, second and third in Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad. The purpose is to motivate and inspire the other students to go in a right path and for their bright future.

Merit students Amount of Scholarship
First 1500
Second 1000
Third 700
2. Dr. Rama Pande has started award / prize in the name of Late Smt. Sushila Pande (first lady professor in Ambajogai) and Mrs. Bakulabai Bhat (Mother) who motivated and supported for girls education throughout their life.
Merit students Amount of Scholarship
First 1000
Second 1000
3. Best Reader Award
Dr. Vanita Mane, Librarian, Manavlok’s College of Social Work, Ambajogai has started Best Reader Award to two students of college who read more books (all types books, newspaper, journals etc.) during the academic year. The purpose is to increase reading skills among the students for their overall development. The nature of the award is certificate and one book.

Sr.No. Equivalent percentage Grade points Grade Grade description
1 90.00 – 100 9.00-10 O Outstanding
2 80.00 – 89.99 8.00 – 8.99 A++ Excellent
3 70.00 – 79.99 7.00 – 7.99 A+ Exceptional
4 60.00 – 69.99 6.00 – 6.99 A Very Good
5 55.00 – 59.99 5.50 – 5.99 B+ Good
6 50.00 – 54.99 5.00 – 5.49 B Fair
7 45.00 – 49.99 4.50 – 4.99 C+ Average
8 40.04 – 44.99 4.01 – 4.49 C Below average
9 40 4.00 D Pass
10 40 0.00 F Fail
  • Non appearance in any examination / assessment shall be treated as the student has secured nil marks in that subject examination / assessment.
  • Minimum D grade (4.00 grade points) shall be the limit to clear / pass the course / subject. A student with F grade will be considered as ‘failed’ in the concerned course and he / she has to clear the course by reappearing in the next successive semester examinations. There will be no revaluation or recounting under this system.
  • Every student shall be awarded Grade points out of maximum 10 points in each subject (based on 10 point Scale.) Based on the Grade points obtained in each subject, Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and then Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) shall be computed. Result will be announced at the end of each semester and cumulative Grade card with CGPA will be given on completion of the course.
  • Computation of SGPA (Semester grade point average) & CGPA (Cumulative grade point average)
  • Award of Degree
    • A candidate who has successfully completed all the core courses. Foundation and Elective/Specialized courses and social work practical research dissertation and service course approved by the University for the programme with prescribed CGPA shall be eligible to receive the degree of M.S.W.
    • Every student will have to complete at least 129 credits to obtain the masters degree in Social Work out of which 125 credits shall be from their respective subject and four credits from service courses.
    Best Reader :2022-2023
    Sr. No. Name of the Students Class
    01 Vidya Kalyan Kokate MSW – II year
    02 Bhagyashri Sambhaji Waghmare MSW – II year
    03 Vandana Kondiba Kamble MSW – I year
    04 Anand Babuji Pandit MSW – I year

    Best Reader :2021-2022
    Sr. No. Name of the Students Class
    01 Nitesh Satish Sakhare MSW – I year
    02 Sahyadri Sanjay Sarwade MSW – I year

    Best Reader : 2018-2019
    Sr. No. Name of the Students Class
    01 Rahul Digambar Nipte MSW – II year
    02 Sainath Ankush Jogdand MSW – II year
    03 Sushma Sidling Todkar MSW – I year
    04 Ashish Mohanrao Bhandarkote MSW – I year

    Best Reader : 2017-2018
    Sr. No. Name of the Students Class
    01 Balaji Pralhad Shridole MSW – II year
    02 Umakant Dattu Godam MSW – II year
    03 Sandip Dilip Londhe MSW – II year
    04 Sachin Maruti Gaikwad MSW – I year
    05 Mohan Antaram Acharya MSW – I year
    06 Ashok Hanumant Maind MSW – I year

    Other curricular activities
    • Field Action:- The college launches field action project in the communities on different social issues. such as education to right, survey, movement against corruption etc. student and faculty are actively participated in field action.
    • Extension Activity :- With the collaboration of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad the college has started Adult, Continuous and extension services department from 2003. Under the department, various activities are taken by the faculty for the college students and community.
    • Seminar and Group Discussion :- Student will take a selected topic for seminar and he / she has to present in the class room and group discussion will be organized once in a month for sharing of students, views, ideas and current social issues.
    • Collaboration and co ordinations:- College has collaborated with local organization and association for facilitating services to the community. Domestic, worker association, women, pensioners association, Andhashradha Nirmulan Samittee, Muslim Vikas Parishad, Labour Union at Sugar factory and Manavlok etc.
    • Community Services:- SHG formation, Association of farmers and youths, associations of domestic workers (Women), association and coordination with Hamal Mapadi organization, pensioner association etc.
    • Core Course (CC) : A core course is a course that a student admitted to M.S.W. P.G. program must successfully complete as core requirement, to receive the degree. Each core course shall have 03 credits.
    • Foundation Course (FC) : The course that based upon the content that leads to knowledge enhancement
    • Elective Course (ECSW) : Elective course is a course which can be chosen from a pool of papers from the basic subject or specialization
    • Each student shall have to select the elective courses from the list of electives I to IV immediate after the completion of admission process, so as to commence the curriculum of elective courses from I to IV semester.
    • Minimum intake of each elective course should be ten.
    List of students progressing for Higher Education
    Placement Of Outgoing Students
    Sr. No. Placement Of Outgoing Students Link
    01 Student Placement 2021-2022 Link
    02 Student Placement 2020-2021 Link
    03 Student Placement 2019-2020 Link
    04 Student Placement 2018-2019 Link
    05 Student Placement 2017-2018 Link
    Number of students qualified in SET/NET exams during the last five years
    Year Registration number/roll number for the exam Names of students qualified qualified Name of the qualifying exam Link
    2021-2022 591565 Neharkar Akshay Ashruba NET Link
    2020-2021 369393 Mantre Gokul Janardhan SET Link
    2019-2020 758167 Narayankar Deepa Ramling SET Link
    2019-2020 360680 Gholve Deepa Maroti SET Link
    2019-2020 721573 Kakade Sharad Dnyanoba SET Link
    2019-2020 765468 Bhadre Pratibha Vishwanath SET Link
    2018-2019 52013873 Hoval Pratiksha Pratap NET Link
    2017-2018 116332 Hoval Pratiksha Pratap SET Link
    2017-2018 145384 Gore Nikhil Harishchabdra SET Link