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

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

1. Psychometric testings like testing - personality, intelligence, academic performance. 2. Therapeutic techniques like Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, REBT, Play therapy. 3. Research methods & techniques.

2 answers ANUJ SHUKLA in Psychologist category

If you want to become a clinical psychologist, then you should study M.Phil in clinical psychology which must be approved by RCI. For that course MA Psychology from IGNOU is enough. You can get the list of institutions approved by RCI from online. All The Best ??

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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

Hi Meghna, Welcome to CareerGuide.com. In India, to get registered as a licensed clinical psychologist, you either need to do an M.Phil in Clinical Psychology or Professional Diploma in Clinical Psychology (PDCP) from a RCI (Rehabilitation Council of India) recognized Institution or University. The details of the recognized institutes is given on the website of RCI i.e. rehabcouncil.nic.in. In case you want to be licensed in the area of Guidance and Counselling only, that too can be obtained by doing Advanced Diploma in Child Guidance and Counselling from an RCI recognised Institute. All the

1 answer Yashaushwani in Psychologist category

Hi You can go for M.A. (Psychology) after your graduation. Eligibility for M.A. (Psychology) in top universities is pass with 50% aggregate marks in Bachelor's Degree. The main aim of M.A. (Psychology) is to provide understanding and the answers to the complexity of human behavior with broad focus on psychological testing, Psychopathology, Health Psychology, Positive Psychology and Organizational Behavior etc. You must make sure that you are enrolling yourself in a premium university that provides you access to ample growth opportunities. Some of the top universities for M.A (Psychology)

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1 answer ANUJ SHUKLA in Psychologist category

Welcome to CareerGuide.com! Kindly post/ask a complete question for me to be able to help you accordingly.  

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Hello suruchi,no u cannot apply for psychology after bba,one need to be of psychology brackground to take up psychology as a major subject

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