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MA | DURATION: 2 YEARS

MA Clinical Psychology

MA Clinical Psychology

Eligibility:

Bachelor’s Degree with Psychology Honours or a Bachelor`s Degree with Psychology as Major/Minor ( minimum 12 credits) from any recognized University/Institution with minimum 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade (5% relaxation to SC/ST/OBC – Non Creamy Layer).

Selection:

Based on overall performance in last examination followed by Personal Interview.

Fees:

FEE STRUCTURE 2019-20
Registration & Admission Fees(To Be Paid Once Only)
a Prospectus & Form 1000.00
b Registration 25000.00
c Admission Fee 5000.00
d Caution Money (Common for all streams) - Refundable 5000.00
Tuition Fees
Semester Payment 33000.00
Yearly Payment 63000.00
One Time Payment 115000.00

Programme Overview:

Psychology is the scientific study of the mental and behavioral functions of humans and animals. Subjects usually studied under this degree are Advanced General Psychology, Statistics & Research Methods, Psychopathology, Health Psychology, Psycho-Therapeutics, Organizational Behavior, Industrial Psychology, Organizational Counselling, Cognitive Psychology, Neuro-Psychology, Psycho diagnostics, Clinical Psychology, Social Psychology etc. Application of psychological principles to solve human problems has acquired new dimension with the changing nature of the challenges that the world faces today. In view of this, the scientific discipline of applied psychology has emerged as a natural process of evolution in the knowledge base. In Clinical Psychology the subject focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders. The specialized discipline mainly deals with the psychoanalytic approaches or child and adolescent treatment modalities.

Career Opportunities:

A Clinical Psychology candidate will be able to find jobs in various rehabilitation centers, schools, counseling units, etc. Most of the MA Clinical Psychology graduates will be recruited in various posts as to providing counseling services to individuals facing psychological problems typically of less severity.