Dear student, Firstly, congratulations for achieving good marks in your 12th exams. Your interest in Psychology is appreciable, given the lack of awareness of [the scope of this field][1].With this percentage, it is possible for you to get admission in a good college under DU. Generall the 1st list cut-offs for some of the colleges are high but with many options to go to, you will get a good college.Under DU, the following colleges offer [a BA Hons in Psychology][2]Daulat Ram College at Maurice NagarIndraprastha College for Women at Shan Nath MargJesus and Mary College at ChanakyapuriKesh

1 answer Dr. Nandini  Narayanan in Psychologist category

Typical day of psychologists vary individual to individual according to their specialization. For example, school counselor will have different routine than industrial psychologist. Those psychologist who teach would have different schedule than those who have their private practice. Depending upon specialization, in general, psychologists deal with clients, engage in assessment and psychotherapy, training, teaching and research. Hope I have answered your queries. Best Wishes for your career, Apurva Kumar Pandya

2 answers Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD in Psychologist category

Dear career aspirant, Welcome to [meracareerguide][1]We understand you and guide you to a proper career according to your aptitude.I am very glad to answer this question. Being [a PhD in psychology][2], I helped a lot of psychology students achieve mile stones in their research. As you already know, psychology is study of human behavior. Studying human behavior in different scenarios is termed applied psychology. General psychology is the basic which studies human behavior broadly. Applied psychology includes clinical psychology, educational psychology, organizational psychology, fo

1 answer Dr. K.V. Anand in Psychologist category

Hello Thank you for choosing [CareerGuide][1] and writing to us. I appreciate your desire to study Psychology. First of all please do not be worried that a 71% score in 12th level is very low. As said, any mark above 60% is definitely valuable and treated as a first class pass. This well qualifies you for a good college actually. I can understand that [Delhi University][2] is a little bit competitive and requires a very high percentage, but there is no harm in giving a try for Delhi University right? I can understand that you want to study in and around Delhi and also prefers to study at

Dear career aspirant, Welcome to [meracareerguide][1]We guide you to a perfect career according to your abiltiesI am really glad to answer this question. Being [a PhD in Psychology][2] and career guide I take special interest in resume preparation. Resume is supposed to be a self assessment, true attributes and aspirations of the aspirant and there fore should never consist false statements. I hope you already know the difference between biodata and resume. If you search internet, you shall come across numerous types of resumes at various designs. You can take guidelines from those and pre

1 answer Dr. K.V. Anand in Psychologist category

Hello Dear Aspirant, Welcome to career guide.com Thanks for visiting us and writing us your career query. Psychology deals with the Human Mind,its Behaviour patterns and the processes. Its one of the most interesting field to study and make a career. In recent years it has got a great importance and scope. Psychology is a part of Philosophy. One who aspires to make a career in the field of Psychology can make a career by opting for the Psychology course like BA/Bsc after 12th std. A student after completing its degree in psychology can work in the various sectors depending on their area o

4 answers Vivek Negi in Psychologist category

Hello Daljit,  After 12th, with your marksheet apply to a college that provides either a B.SC or  BA  in Psychology. Depending on your score you would be shortlisted for admission.  Though it is your wish. But why dont you pursue MBBS and then specialise with Psychiatry at the masters level. You would graduate as a doctor, than just a counselor or therapist. And you could deal.with chronic mental clients. Choice is yours. Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

thank you mam but I also wanted to know about hospital management pgdhm and course pattern..whether itz scope good??

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1 answer Halima Sadiya in Psychologist category
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Hello Pranav,  What is the connection between the courses?. I have never heard a combination of commerce with psychology. As far as I know psychology can be pursued either through the science stream or ARTS stream but never heard through commerce. Are you planning a distance learning course in psychology and commerce through regular mode? If yes. Then I wouldsuggest against it. Mainly because pursuing psychology through distance will skip the practicals needed like conducting tests etc and also if you wish to pursue Journalism as a career then what is the role of Psychology there. Just ad

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Hello There,  How come you suddenly realised your interest in psychology?. I am sure you might have realised it in the 1st year itself that you are unable to cope with economics and should have shifted to psychology. Never the less definitely you can pursue MA in psychology. But what happens here is that your basic knowledge is weak and doing a masters for the sake of higher studies does not make sense. Also learning psychology at an advanced level without knowing the base gets difficult as basics are not revised at this level. Anyways choice is your. Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Hello Khushi,  Good question asked. Yes. Few uiversity accept any graduate to opt for a course in Psychology. So there you stand eligible. As a clinical or counseling psychologist you could find jobs in hospitals or polyclinics under  a psychiatrist, in schools or private firms. Can open your own centre too. As an Industrial psychologist you could find employment in corporates mainly in the HR department mainly involved in conducting test for recruitment and training. But I am not convinced for your reason to opt for psychology. The earning part.  Firstly, please note that as a

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Hello Manojna, After graduating in engineering, you wish to pursue Psychology. Why a sudden shift?. As far as I know to study psychology abroad  one needs to be a psychology graduate. But best would be to consult an education abroad consultant who would know Universities that enrol any graduates in the psychology course. Please note only in India any graduate can pursue a masters in psychology.  In terms of the job opportunity. It would depend on.your specialization. A clinical or counaeling psychologists can find employment in hospitals, clinics, polyclinics, consultancy, schools, a

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Hi, If we are to give the importance and assign a great role in student’s education and the Career thereafter, it is nobody else but the parents itself will be at the helm of affairs and who have potential to drive and shape the life of their wards or children. It is a well-known fact that there is no single move by students in terms of Education and Career which has not been impressed by the parents. But, for sure, we have ample and a lot of such examples that Parents always perform a lion’s share in the development of their wards. For any Confusion Regarding Career Paths –

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1 answer Aditya Sisodia in Psychologist category

Hello Richa,  Interesting set of qualification and can be used either individually or as a combination. Depending on the area of specialization with psychology, you can opt for a job in that area or in general you could work as a school counselor. With a degree in education, you can work in a school or college and work as a curricullum administrator whereby you would set the curriculum as per the rules of the education board. Combining both, knowledge of psychology and education, you can opt to work in the education department and help setting rules that would be applicable in all  e

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Hello Nischay,  You wish to be an actor. Great. Please note to be an actor, either you are from the film background, ie you have a godfather in the industry or you are from the theatre background. Another possibility is to join the acting school like anupam kher acting school etc. But please note there are many like you in that school and other acting schools. So why would you be chosen. Apart from acting skills, important is being an all rounder, good physique, dancing skills etc.  If possible and really interested join theatre groups. One can get easily noticed. But at the end of t

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Hello There, Good question asked. Please note Graduation (BA) in Psychology has no scope except working as a data entry candidate. Depending on your specialization at MA, you can find employment in: Hospitals / Clinics / polyclinics Schools NGO Private institutes Corporates Working with Psychiatrist Working on your own Hope this helps Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Hello There,  Interesting question asked.  The basic difference is in the name itself. When speaking of B.Sc it includes science related subjects like biology and physics. Doing a B.Sc in psychology helps a student opt for specializations that require a science background like criminal psychology and forensic psychology. Whereas BA in psychology stresses more on the link between human nature and mind, not going indepth in terms of explaining it scientifically. It stresses more on therapy and testing. Here student can opt for clinical, counseling, social  and industrial psycholog

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

FIVE questions that will help you find your dream career. Starting as a kid everybody wanted to be a doctor or an engineer but goals of people change with time.  Some people work to earn money but some work to gain happiness as to some happiness is more important than money. Some wish to become doctors, engineers, fashion designers, dancers, and singers and so on. Some people go to work daily but are not enjoying their work, not because of the pay or their superior or subordinate but for the work they are doing is not what they see as their dream career. Some people never get to know thei

1 answer Meenakshi Singh in Psychologist category

Hello there,  Firstly congratulations on your score. Secondly whyy are you doubting your potentials?. Are you not sure of your skills of pursuing your dreams.?. Only suggestion I would give you here is to convert your dream into your passion. Once it becomes a passion you would do anyyhing to achieve it. Please note that to work as a psychologist minimum you need is a masters degree. Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Psychology is the study of human behavior and mental processes. Psychologists study a person’s reactions, emotions, and behavior, and apply their understanding of that behavior to treat the associated behavioral problems. Psychology is not about reading minds. It is a discipline that is defined as “the study of human and animal behavior.” You need to have a genuine interest in human behavior . You could choose BA (Hons) in psychology, a BSc in psychology or a BA in psychology. Do remember that a BA degree is normally not enough and many end up doing a master’s after com

2 answers HS Sandesh in Psychologist category

I have done above mentioned course from School Of Open Learning.  Please tell me should I go for improvement exams which is a risk or go for further studies and please also mention the course or option i should go for as my career opportunity. Thank You.

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Hello Deepti,  You said you are an engineer. Then how come suddenly developed an interest in Psychology. Two totally different streams with no similiarity  at all. Why did you pursue diploma in engineering? And instead of pursuing a degree course you opted for psychology?. Sounds weird. Before you leap think well. Its a long term matter.   Anyways please note that since you are not a graduate but only a diploma holder, you would have to first pursue graduation in Psychology which is a 3 years course based on your 12th score. You can follow this with a masters industrial psycholo

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category