On successful completion of the course the students will gain, knowledge base of psychology which will enable them to demonstrate familiarity with the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical ﬁndings, and historical trends in psychology. The students develop conﬁdence, knowledge and skills in both research and practical application of psychological theory. They will also be able to apply psychological principles to individual, interpersonal, group, and societal issues and will learn to value empirical evidence, tolerate ambiguity, act ethically, and recognize their role and responsibility as a member of society. Psychology, being a practical field of study, requires an in-depth understanding of human behavior. The programme has been designed to enable the students to have a thorough understanding of the theories, major concepts and mechanisms that in turn enable them understand and interpret human thought and behavior. The students will be groomed to become able designers, implementers, communicators and conductors of basic psychological research. Skills like critical thinking, scientific enquiry, and a methodological approach to various issues related to human behavior and mental processes will enable them to locate, evaluate, analyze and apply psychological information. The students will demonstrate interpersonal awareness and sensitivity to differences and similarities in the way people are treated due to gender, race, ethnicity, culture, class, and sexual orientation. On a personal level the students will be able to apply psychological content and skills to career goals. They will be able to exhibit self-efficacy and self-regulation and refine their management & behavioral skills, and which will enable them to develop meaningful professional direction for life after graduation.