Students carry out project work, case analyses, role play, individual or collaborative research, experiential activities, simulation exercises etc. as part of their assessment. They also undergo internship programmes at NGOs, visit mental hospitals, research organizations, counseling centres, special schools, to develop necessary skills as mental health professionals
Students gain disciplinary knowledge, communication skills, develop critical thinking, analytical reasoning, problem solving, research related skills, and scientific reasoning
No. The admission criteria clarify that.
As part of their evaluation, students complete project work, case analyses, role plays, individual or group research, experiential activities, simulation exercises, etc. In order to get the skills they need to work as mental health professionals, they also participate in internship programmes at NGOs and visit mental hospitals, research institutions, counselling centres, and special schools.
In general, clinical programs know there are only a few opportunities for undergraduates to get clinical experience prior to graduate school. The answer will be ‘no’. but you need to make the decision before applying.
The Psychology Department does not frequently designate faculty advisors, and our professional advising team handles most of the advising. However, the majority of professors are eager to discuss their specialities in psychology with students. Keep in mind that faculty members are busy, so setting up an appointment is usually preferable to dropping by.