An idea of social work
the work by which we can mo social work means ciety. All the people help the poor people living in society are neither rich nor poor; they show belong either status For want of money, people and cannot lead a normal life the Society is like an organized body where the people live together in organized way; different ca class of people in are the part of cy society: they constitute it. If any of its parts are non-functional, the other part cannot remain reffected. If, for example, cholera breaks out an in society, it would be foolish on our part to th shut our eyes against the thinking that it will not so harm us. Hence, here arises the need of social work. There are innumerable ills from which n society suffers. The first and foremost social s work, in my opinion, consists in driving away r illiteracy from the poor people of the society 1 Active steps should be taken for the education of their children in schools. Efforts should be taken to set them free from superstition to which most of them are immersed. They should be taught the value of cleanliness and induced to take anti-epidemic measure, so that they may be free from the diseases to which they ordinarily fall victims. During floods, a social worker maymove from house to house and console the poor with words of help they should be given to those who are in difficulty ople and distress. Further, steps may be taken for their inoculation to check cholera and typhoid that usually break out after such natural rent calamity Similar steps may be taken after t of cyclones are The anti-social elements should be ain reformed by persuasion with convincing out arguments. They must be made realized that to their actions are harmful to the interest of the not society of which they are part and parcel The dowry system is another curse which must come to its end, Rich as well as poor are, ich now, suffering from this social curse at larger scale Steps should be taken to make people realize the ness of this system, and induce them to discard it altogether. Effort may also be taken to convince them about the futility be of lavish expenditures for marriages and similar to social functions. The social workers, including all the people of society, should make all possible efforts to root out begging from the society. Suitable jobs may be offered to deserving candidates to the job opportunities which may also contribute to the national development.