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People have wrong perception and understanding that any degree attained from Abroad have more weightage than India. Even in India, we have many reputed universities. I believe strongly that course curriculum, faculty, reputation of the University and the individual interest of pursuing the career plays very important role. Before pursuing any career, think Why you want to take Psychology Career, Where you want to pursue (whether its a regular, distance course etc.), When you want to take up or start? , Which specialization (specifically) would help you to become successful psychologist? How this career (self, society) would be helpful? Do SWOT Analysis to kick start. You may also take any expert guidance for career counseling to understand more about your strengths, weaknesses, aptitude, values, goals etc.
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Thank you for choosing CareerGuide and writing to us. I understand your interest in Psychology and I appreciate you to reason out studying in India or abroad is good. First of all, let me introduce myself. I am Aparna and I am practicing Organizational Psychologist in the UK. Be assured, I am giving out my advice based on my education and work experience abroad in this field.
Dear Aspirant,Thanks for writing your query here.
In last 10 years, the field of psychology developed much. However, field of psychology in India is developing. Fields such as Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Educational Psychology, Industrial Psychology and Forensic Psychology are growing fast in India
If you want to study any of the above field of Psychology, I would suggest to study in India. India has indeed reputed institutes.
Abroad would be good place to do some research, study policies or get exposure in the psychological practice.
Hope it helps.
Best Wishes,Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
Dr. Apurva is a doctorate and a post graduate in clinical psychology from the M S University of Baroda. He is an alumnus of Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai and Columbia University of New York City,USA. He posses extensive experience in the field of counseling. He worked with many organizations, Government departments as a behavioral consultant and trainer. He has been serving as a resource person, mentor and master trainer to train counselors in various States. He regularly writes blogs, articles, book reviews and papers. Currently, he is working with International Non-for-profit organization and providing counseling services.
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Mrs. Meghna is a Postgraduate in clinical Psychology. She had been a part of several workshops related to Personality Enhancement, Counseling, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Therapy, Hypnosis for self Healing etc. She works at Adaptive Mind as freelance counselor and had worked as an executive counselor at Growth Centre, School Counselor at Billabong High International School, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Vidya mandir. Her areas of expertise include Human Resources Management with Clinical Psychology. Currently working as a Brain mapping analyst
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