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Psychologist is a professional who studies the mental process and behavior of human beings and treats the various mental problems by counseling and clinical processes.
Hello Thank you very much for choosing CareerGuide.com and writing to us. I appreciate your interest in Psychology and I am indeed happy to offer you some guidance over this matter because I am from a Psychology background too. First of all I would like to tell you one important mantra. Do what you like and never give your ears to others. Your interest will drive hard work from you and that will ultimately pay you off. If you give importance to what others think of you or the subject you have chosen to study, it is never going to help you at any cost. Psychology has a very good impre
Thank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. I appreciate your interest in Counselling Psychology course and I am glad to be able to offer some advice over this matter. Please be informed there are not any courses in India that offers a direct Masters degree in Counselling Psychology. You will have to study either an MA Psychology course or an MA Applied Psychology course. As part of your specialization, you have the option to choose Counselling Psychology, and having said that it requires you to choose colleges that offer Counseling Psychology as the
Hello I am very glad to advice you on this question as I am a PhD in Organisational behavior. This subject is an extremely new stream not more than a decade old. The functions of graduates with an Organisational behavior degree is a little similar to the HR role in any corporate but far different from the actual HR role. It is upto the indicidual to select the type of role he/she would like to do at work. However I will brief you in here on the most common roles that are available in India for this degree. 1. Typical HR role:You can be a part of the HR department at any company. As a
If you are thinking for correspondence, then it does not matter where you reside.
I would again like to ask you to take a re-look at your decision to take up psychology inspite of you being in the commerce stream.
Psychiatry and Psychologists are both mental health professionals.
The major difference being, Psychiatrists are mainly Dr, mainly through the MBBS background and can administer drugs to the patients, whereas a psychologists, mainly is from a ARTS background with a masters degree in Psychology ( MA), and are mainly into psychometric assessments and therapies.
Both the professionals are inter related, meaning works hand in hand especially in the hospital or clinical setting.
A Psychiatrists would be dealing with both Psychotic and neurotic disorders, mainly severe in condition, which needs t
Clinical psychologists are licensed and approved, authentic practitioners where as counselling psychologists are usually not licensed prcatitioners. The second difference between the two is, clinical psychology could be only studied by those who have studied biology and chemistry until 12th standard and have then studied pure psychology that is a BA/ BSc Psychology at under graduate college level. Where as counselling psychology could be studied by any student from any subject background and there is no conditions that you should have compulsorily studied biology and chemistry at school level.
If you wish to pursue an under graduate course in Psychology after 12th, then you need to approach a college in Mumbai affiliated to University of Mumbai. Admissions are given on the basis of your 12th percentage.
The admissions are direct and there are no entrance test for psychology courses in Mumbai University.
I would not suggest you to do Medicine at an under graduate level from Canada directly. However if you still wish to do, then there are many Universities which give paid internships for medical course.
You need to find out from the University directly about this.
Hi Career Guide,
In terms of career prospects in Psychology, a student has lots of scope depending on where exactly his or her interest lies in. A psychologists can work in corporates to hospitals to schools to various other setups depending on their field of specialization.
Please note, to pursue Psychology, a students needs to be a graduate in Psychology followed by a masters degree in any specialization as per their choice. Though there are a lot of diploma and short term courses in Psychology as well as correspondence courses, for graduates in any stream, but for them to function as a psyc
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.
There are short term courses in few fields of psychology. Psychology is a broad field and has sub-fields within like organizational psychology, Clinical Psychology, School Psychology, Health Psychology etc. These short-term courses are suitable for those who have completed masters in any of the psychology streams to enhance knowledge & skills in specific domain.
Most short term courses are around Guidance and Counseling, and Rehabilitation Psychology which are recognized by RCI.
Private institutions offer certificate courses in counseling, projective tests, psychotherapies (like CBT/REBT e
You are at a very right platform and I will be happy to guide you.
However, it is important for me to know the basic details of the current education level you are in and what are your career aspirations, interests, etc.
Always remember that every career is good however it is more important to know whether you are suitable for that particular career or no. Good career is an ambition of every person, however you should ensure that you have the right educational qualifications, employability skills and positive attitude.
Please do let me know the above details and I sh
Both have scope. I would like to ask you, where are you suitable for?
What is your graduation in? It appears in Arts.
If you are interested in management, then an MBA would help. If you are interested in psychology and working for schools, hospitals, etc. then MA Psychology is good.
Always remember that every career is good however it is more important to know whether you are suitable for that particular career or no. Good career is an ambition of every person, however you should ensure that you have the right educational qualifications, employability&n
IOT that is Internet of things is the network of physical devices, vehicles, buildings and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors and network connectivity that integrates physical world with computer systems. IOT is related to so many sub branches, actually it is an umbrella program which has so many other branches like - wireless sensor networks, control systems automation, etc. It may be associated with number of applications like : in the field of Media,Environmental Monitoring, Infrastructure Management, Manufacturing, Energy Management, Medical and Health care syst
Why a sudden love for Psychology despite graduating in commerce? I need very much to know this to advice you appropriately. Has anybody suggested you to take up Psychology? It appears that you complete Commerce graduation just for somebody's sake and out of compulsion.
I feel you need to know what you are made up for and accordingly choose careers. Choosing Psychology after commerce seems very weird and does not get digested.
Commerce has excellent opportunities more than psychology careers.
You need to get Psychology qualification by either doing MA Psychology based on yo
So basically you are in the Humanities / Arts field. Economics is a good career option only if you are extremely interested in it.
After 12th Humanities, there are really good and growing career options you can choose. It is now no more a stream which had only languages and teaching as careers.
Just mentioning below the list of options in Humanities / Arts which are exciting, long term and well paying too:
Business Management (HR / Marketing, International Business)
An aspirant who wishes to study in the top engineering institutes like IIT and NIT will have to give few entrance exams. In this case there are two entrance exams – JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Only the candidates who qualify the JEE Main can appear for JEE Advanced.
JEE Main will have questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with equal weightage. The syllabus is similar to AIEEE and the questions will be from 11th and 12th portions majorly. The questions are of objective types. Each incorrect answer will deduct ¼ marks from your earned marks. The offli
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