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Yes. You should be able to pursue a P.HD program.
Check with the University you apply to, for their crietrias.
As long as it is a masters degree and the course and the University is recognised, pursuing P.HD wont be a problem.
Generally a deemed university offers a PG Diploma programs, but they are recognised programs.
Never the less check with the University you wish to apply to.
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Yes, you can do PhD after PG Diploma.
But to pursue PhD courses, you need to first take an entrance exam.
Below are the best entrance exams that you may appear to take admission in PhD courses:
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Career Advisor / Phd Scholar
A Psychologist with 13 years of experience in corporate, schools and hospitals. Have coordinated training programs, and developed a new product for leadership development of adolescents, conducted many workshops and lectures for parents, teachers and students during my tenure at the school.
Dealing with clients who have problems concerning adjustment with work, family and helping them lead a better and healthy life is what I strive for. Using therapeutic techniques and assessment tools has helped me so far in making a difference in the life’s of those that I worked with.
The core characteristics that have helped define and guide my career and personal relationships have been focused on flexibility, commitment, openness, challenge, and growth. Managing time and ability of multi-tasking; Excellent communication & convincing skills; Managing Events and good team player; Eye for details and striving for excellence in everything; Being proactive and responsible; Proven ability to learn quickly and become an expert; Skilled at producing quality work with limited resources.
· Assessment and Development Centres
· Behaviour Facilitation
· Content Development
· Psychological therapies like CBT, REBT, Behaviour Therapy, Client Centred Play Therapy, Relaxation Therapy
· Psychological Assessments like personality tests, intelligence tests, projective tests, diagnostic tests, aptitude tests
Teacher at Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Bokaro
Mr Vikash has an experience in career counselling for students from age group of 12 to 20 across various domains. He is also an experienced teacher for and specializes in coaching students for Olympiads; he works as a teacher at Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Bokaro. B He possess skills in all areas of education, can counsel, motivate and direct students while maintaining high interest and achievement levels in a fun and challenging learning environment.
PhD Organizational Psychology
Dr. Aparna has a PhD in Organizational Psychology from the UK and is researching about Indian women and Generation Y employment for UNDP. Before to this she has worked as a Management Consultant with European Commission project UK. She has obtained her MS, MRes and PhD degrees from UK and was a winner of the prestigious and competitive Vice Chancellor scholarship: ‘Developing Solutions international scholarship’ at the University of Nottingham. She was an International Students Ambassador at the University of Nottingham, Elected President of UNICEF on campus team at Nottingham University and was also an international ambassador at the University of Bristol UK.
Here she is to guide you on subjects like MBA, Sociology, Psychology, Study abroad, Business and Entrepreneurship.
Lecturer at Nirmala Niketan College of Home Science & SW
Nandini Narayanan has more than 5 years of combined lecturing and Human development experience. She has completed PhD Research from Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
Her doctoral thesis is focused on Intervention for learning problems & learning disability.
She was a lecturer at Nirmala Niketan College of Home Science. She is currently a Research Officer at Tata Institute of Social Sciences and a freelance counselling and research consultant. She has wide knowledge and rich experience in research, psychology and education sector.
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