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The PG Diploma in Psychology is a comprehensive and intensive program designed to provide students with a solid foundation in psychological theory, research methods, and practical skills. Through a combination of classroom instruction, hands-on experience, and experiential learning opportunities, students will develop the knowledge, competencies, and professional readiness necessary for a successful career in psychology or related fields.

  • Counselling Psychology & Clinical Skills
  • Child Psychology & Development
  • Psychology and Psychopathology
  • Counselling & Psychotherapy

● 12 Months

● Graduation & Above

Multiple Entry and Multiple Exit

With 30% General Education, 70% Skill Training with Skilling and Industry Partners

Work with Industry and Apprenticeship

Opportunity to Work with Industry during education

Industry as/in Campus

For understanding/practice of Industry from Day-1

Industry and Skill Certifications

Certification from Industry & Professional body

Training by Industry Experts

to enable an environment of Industry Grade

Competency Driven Curriculum

For professional competencies and outcomes

Learning the Professional way

Meta Learning, Problem solving, Life skills, Digital comfort and communication

Learning by doing

Practical & Practice to Do-Experience-Learn

Phygital Learning Ecosystem

For smart and life-long learning in 21st century

Continuous and Outcome – based Assessment

What is done/ learnt every day, is assessed in real time

  • Programs that take a holistic approach to wellness may integrate elements of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) into their curriculum, such as mindfulness meditation, yoga therapy, or nutritional psychology.
  • On the Job Training exposes active participation in industry’s process for a longer duration, thus valuing the experience & productivity.
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      ·  Suitable credit framework and distribution of theory & practical supports the curriculum requirement for Degree, while practical & OJT at and by the industry partner assures employability.


·       ·  Learn and Earn model where the stipend received by the student from the industry/organization during on job training/apprenticeship becomes an additional incentive.


·       ·  These programs integrate cutting-edge technology into their curriculum, offering students opportunities to explore emerging fields such as virtual reality therapy, telepsychology, or digital mental health interventions.


·       ·  Student trainees get an opportunity for active participation in service or production related professional activities complying with the organizational culture.


·       ·  Some programs might emphasize hands-on experience and practical application of psychological principles through internships, case studies, and experiential learning opportunities. This can provide students with valuable real-world skills and prepare them for a variety of career paths in psychology.


·       ·  Flexible scheduling options, including full-time, part-time, and online formats, to accommodate the diverse needs of students, including working professionals and international students.


·       ·  Optional specialization tracks or concentrations in areas such as leadership development, consumer behavior, organizational psychology, or entrepreneurship, allowing students to tailor their education to their specific interests and career goals.

  • Program Goals and Objectives: the program’s learning objectives are aligned with industry standards, professional competencies, and accreditation requirements.
  • Curriculum Structure: structured curriculum that balances theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and experiential learning opportunities.


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·  Course Content: coverage of essential topics in psychology, including:

    1. Core areas such as developmental psychology, social psychology, cognitive psychology, and abnormal psychology.
    2. Specialization tracks or elective courses focusing on specific areas such as clinical psychology, counseling psychology, or industrial-organizational psychology.
    3. Research methods, statistics, and critical thinking skills necessary for conducting and evaluating psychological research.

·  Teaching and Learning Strategies: variety of teaching and learning strategies to engage students and facilitate their understanding and application of psychological concepts like lectures and seminars to impart theoretical knowledge and facilitate discussion, Laboratory sessions, case studies, or simulations to apply concepts in practical settings, Group projects, presentations, and debates to foster collaboration, communication, and critical thinking skills and Fieldwork, internships, or clinical placements to gain hands-on experience and apply theoretical knowledge in real-world contexts.


·  Assessment and Evaluation: diverse assessment methods to evaluate students’ mastery of course content, skills, and competencies.


·  Academic Support Services: academic support services to assist students in their learning journey, including academic advising and mentorship and access to resources such as libraries, online databases, and academic writing centers to facilitate research and learning.

  • Core Curriculum: A set of foundational courses covering essential topics in psychology, and their intersection. This includes courses such as –
    • Developmental psychology
    • Abnormal psychology
    • Cognitive psychology
    • Social psychology
    • Research methods and statistics


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  • Practical Training: Hands-on experience through internships, practicums, or clinical placements where students apply theoretical knowledge in real-world settings under the supervision of professionals.


  • Research Opportunities: Opportunities for students to engage in research projects under the guidance of faculty mentors, potentially leading to publications or presentations at conferences.


  • Professional Development: Workshops, seminars, or courses designed to enhance students’ professional skills such as:
    • Communication and counseling skills
    • Ethics and professionalism in psychology
    • Career planning and job search strategies


  • Technology Integration: Incorporation of technology into the curriculum, such as online learning platforms, virtual labs, or simulation software for counseling or assessment purposes.


  • Interdisciplinary Perspectives: Exposure to interdisciplinary approaches to psychology, integrating insights from fields like neuroscience, sociology, anthropology, and education to provide a comprehensive understanding of human behavior.
  • Global Perspectives: Exploration of cross-cultural psychology and global mental health issues to prepare students for working in diverse cultural contexts or with multicultural populations.


  • Flexible Learning Options: online study options to accommodate students with work or family commitments, enabling greater accessibility and flexibility in completing the program.


  • Networking Opportunities: Events, conferences, or alumni networks facilitating connections with professionals in the field, potential employers, and peers for collaboration and support.


  • Support Services: Access to academic advising, counseling services, and resources for personal and academic support to help students navigate challenges and succeed in their studies.


  • Community Engagement: Opportunities for community outreach or service-learning projects where students apply psychological principles to address societal issues or promote mental health awareness.


  • Capstone Project: Culminating project or thesis requiring students to demonstrate their mastery of key concepts and skills through independent research, analysis, and presentation of findings.
  • Shortlisting / Counselling by University Counselling Team
  • After Selection, a Provisional Letter for Admission will be issued by the University.

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