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

1 answer Prathamesh Kapote in Psychologist category

Hello Trishala,  How come after pursuing a management degree you suddenly developed an interest in psychology. Though in management, some concepts about psychology are taught; but mind you concepts in managements are different and the work of a psychologists is different. Think and research before you choose a course. Please note most of the university providing a masters degree (MA) prefers psychology graduates and or graduates who have studied a paper in psychology. Other university like IGNOU, provides masters in psychology to any graduates. Check the university for more information. A

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Hi there,  Interesting to see you wish to pursue a course from TISS a reputed university. Please note answer to your querry can be solved in 2 ways only. One, check the website for admission criteria. If not mentioned, call the college and speak with the admission concerned person. Second, visit the campus if its possible and get first hand information. Please note as per the website its mentioned a graduate from a recognised university. Based on this, you seem eligible. But still I would suggest call and be completely sure. Hope this helps. Wish you good luck...

2 answers Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Today, there is extreme competition in everything. Right from getting a coveted seat, getting a decent job to exchanging old notes for new! This article addresses the first two issues and conveniently ignores the third in the previous statement. Sorry to let you down; not my core area; you see! Let me take you to our independence movement. To Mahatma Gandhi and his role in it. How did he turn from Mohandas K Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi? I hope, you are not thinking of currency notes at the mere mention of “Father of the Nation”! Well, jokes apart; let’s get cracking. Gandhi was

1 answer Kiran Lakhani in Psychologist category

Dear Aspirant,   Thank you for writing in to us at CareerGuide.com. We are happy to help. No there is no age limit to become a clinical psychologist in India, however you need to have appropriate education for the same. All the best.

1 answer Kiran Lakhani in Psychologist category

Hello there,  Generally answer to these questions are readily available on the websites of the colleges. If not, then you could call and enquire or if the college is nearby visit the college and enquire. Please note as such the criteria in any college to pursue a masters degree is being a graduate with minimum 50% from a recognised university. As such I see you fit into the above criteria and hence should be eligible. But better to be dead sure by making an enquiry with the college authorities only. Hope this helps. Wish you good luck....

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Dear Aspirant, Thank you for writing in to us at CareerGuide.com. We are happy to help. You can join any college giving bachelors in psychology degree course. The list of few of the colleges are: 1 Bangalore University Bangalore Karnataka  2 Little Flower Institute of Social Sciences and Health  Kozhikode Kerala 3 Tripura University Agartala Tripura 4 Amity Institute of Psychology and Allied Sciences Noida Uttar Pradesh 5 Banaras Hindu University Varanasi Uttar Pradesh 6 Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya  Bhopal 

1 answer Kiran Lakhani in Psychologist category

Hello Hiranya,  I am wondering how come pursuing a management course, you suddenly developed an interest in Psychology. Which year in BBA are you currently in. If final then you complete your graduation. After that you could apply for a masters or a pg diploma in guidance and counseling. Please note there are institutes like IGNOU that provide counseling programs in correspondent mode. Please do not opt for any certificate courses from private institutes.  In- case you have just started your BBA studies, then if possible shift to BA  Psychology and then continue with an MA cours

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Psychologist category

Dear Aspirant, Radiology is a very good career field. It has good scope today and future since that is a necessity medical requirement for people. You can choose BSc Radiology and further MSc Radiology. Initially, it is recommended that you work under a Radiologist for some years. This will help you gain the practical technical experience as well as how to treat the patients and help them. If you opt for MBBS and then Radiology specialisation, you will be called as Radiologist yourself and you then need not remain a technician. Later you can approach a bank for loan and have your own

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Psychologist category

Dear Aspirant, Good question and this is a common question among many. I would not say that non math background students cannot score well in CAT, however as per the statistics available about the admission to the IIMs, math competent aspirants like Engineers make it more to the IIMs. Non math background does not mean that you will not be able to get high percentile which is necessary to get admitted to the IIMs, however you will have to ensure that you get a good coaching class support. Going to a coaching institute will help you practice, get guidance and build confidence which is neces

3 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Psychologist category

Dear Aspirant, Too weird education pattern you have been following. Firstly, how did you get admission to Psychiatry based on MTech Biotechnology, when both of them are not related to each other in anyway? I am surprised. You say that you are currently doing MA Psychology through distance mode too. How can you do MA and PhD together? This is impossible. It appears that you have resorted to some other ways to get entry into two courses simultaneously. Psychiatry is a medical profession where as Psychology is non medical profession. It appears that you have resorted to some other ways to ge

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Psychologist category

Dear Aspirant, Career in Wildlife does not need psychology studies or for that matter any specific education qualification. By Wildlife what do you mean exactly, photography, research or something else? I definitely feel that if you are interested in Comparative Psychology you should go ahead for the Masters in Psychology. This will ensure that you get the minimum livelihood and your education would be put to some use for survival. Wildlife can be kept as a hobby initially and may be after some years if you feel and get the necessary support and luck, you can then take up wildlife as a full ti

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Psychologist category
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Dear Aspirant, Are you working and qualified in HRM? If yes, then after your switch to Psychology, both the work experience acquired and qualification of HRM will go entirely waste. Though HR and Psychology are inter related since Human Resource strategies are also based on psychology, it does not mean that you will be getting the tasks of HR when you work as a Psychologist. Generally, BA Psychology candidates do MBA HR and then get into a corporate job in the HR domain. But you are thinking the reverse which is not that seen and is risky unless you have determined and decided that you do not

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Psychologist category

Dear Aspirant, Good question. Nice to know your interest in Clinical Psychology. I would suggest a BA and MA in Clinical Psychology. You will need to shift from Science stream to Arts stream based on your 12th Science marks in aggregate.  Getting the RCI certification is mandatory for being able to practice as a Clinical Psychologist. However, with MA Clinical Psychology you can get associated with schools, colleges, hospitals, orphanages, etc. Scope for Clinical Psychologists is extremely good in India as well abroad with job opportunities as well as scope for private practice.  Bes

3 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Psychologist category

Dear Aspirant, With BA History as a qualification, you can get teaching jobs only. Pursuing MA History and then going for NET/SET or BEd qualification is recommended. You can change your career track after BA History, may be pursuing MBA or MA Psychology, etc. You may also take up coaching for UPSC exams and aim for government service. Now that you have read the above diverse options you can take up, assessing your real interests, aptitude and inter personal abilities is important for you. Choosing further career option randomly is a highly risky option. I would also recommend you to take

3 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Psychologist category

Dear Aspitant, Psychology has been a very old and still in demand science for profession as well as jobs. Full time jobs are available in schools, colleges, hospitals, NGOs, orphanages and teaching. The salaries offered are also good and growing. You can also be a freelance psychologist and take individual cases and practice independently. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Psychologist category

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Psychologist category

Dear Aspirant, Psychology and Chartered Accountancy - common points? Your question is the rarest of rare. CA is a technical competence professional in accounting, taxation and finance. Psychologist is a professional who can understand others and make them understand. Best wishes  

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Psychologist category

Dear Aspirant, Ideal course if you interested in Psychology would be to do MA Psychology from a good University and College. Social Work and Psychology together is a good combination too. Later when you complete MA Psychology, you can then do short term courses in Hypnotics, Psychotherapy, etc. Later definitely, a PhD in one of those would be best for career progression. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Psychologist category