Innovative Practice for dissemination of knowledge

  • PEAR- is our learning methodology PEAR stands for Planning, Execution, Assessment, and Remodeling, and it serves as the cornerstone of our educational practices. As Social Work Institute, NEISSR adopts a comprehensive approach to teaching, learning, planning programs, and extension activities are implemented through PEAR methodology.
  • (E2+P2)=S- is our model (Engaging and Enhancing People for Peace for Sustainability) The model focuses on the sustainable harmony and social cohesion through the involvement of students, teachers, and community, to get engaged to address the conflict prevention, intervention and resolution by promoting collaboration, cooperation, and resilience etc. Through inclusive approach it fosters a culture of understanding and culture of Peace.
  • PCDA2- NEISSR developed its own Peer Capacity Development Approach for Action which is implemented at two levels- Faculty and Students. It is the process through which individuals obtain, strengthen and maintain the capabilities to set and achieve their own development objectives.
  • Sarvodaya- Sarvodaya means ‘progress of all’ or ‘Universal Upliftment’. While students are imparted with textual knowledge, textual knowledge is not adequate to become an effective practitioner of professional social work. Moreover, NEISSR gets students from different backgrounds and different stream of studies. Thus, in order to cater to the needs of the students and also ensure that students are imparted with knowledge other than their curriculum, 30 minutes are devoted for Sarvodaya. Sarvodaya is an assembly of all the students, teaching and non-teaching faculty before the commencement of the day’s activities in the institute. The activities in the Sarvodaya consist of the following:
  • Monday-Promoting culture
  • Tuesday- Discussion- social and current issues
  • Wednesday-Debate
  • Thursday- Peer Mediation
  • Friday- Skills, Values and Principles
  • Saturday- Interface with experts/ forum/ club activities