Admission is now open in IIPR (Indian Institute of Psychology & Research) for M.Sc Psychology and M.Sc. Psychological Counselling academic session 2020-21. IIPR Bangalore is one of the well-known institutions for Masters Psychology Courses in India.
UPS Education is going to start a new batch from 19th Feb 2020, for the preparation of MA Psychology Entrances of various renowned universities like; DU, JMI, AUD, BHU, and Other Central Universities. Students can join our regular face to face classes or they can also join our online classes from anywhere.
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UPS Education is going to start a new batch for the students of IGNOU for the preparation of IGNOU MA Psychology June 2020 Exams. If you are looking for the classes of your MA Psychology course make your registration today.
Classes will be available for the following course.
|Course Code||Course Name|
|MPC 001||Cognitive Psychology, Learning and Memory|
|MPC 002||Life Span Psychology|
|MPC 003||Personality: Theories and Assessment|
|MPC 004||Advanced Social Psychology|
|MPC 005||Research Methods in Psychology|
|MPC 006||Statistics in Psychology|
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Masters in Psychology is now becoming one of the popular course among students. Graduates from various field like commerce, management, engineering, law are also interested in this course.
Now major questions arise in mind of students, are non-psychology graduates eligible for masters in Psychology? Many times the same questions asked to us. So, here we have listed some universities/ colleges offering the course MA/MSc in Psychology to Non-Psychology students.
- University of Delhi
- Jamia Millia Islamia
- Ambedkar University Delhi
- Central University of Haryana
- Aligarh Muslim University
- Central University of Tamil Nadu
- Kurukshetra University
- Central University of Punjab
- Central University of Karnataka
- GFSU, Gujarat
- Christ University
- Central University of South Bihar
- Amity University
There are few more college which is not listed in the above list, we listed only popular and well-known universities. Also, the list mentioned above contains the institute offering the course to Non-Psychology students, if you are Psychology graduates then you have many options apart from this list.
For more information and help contact UPS Education, also keep visiting the website for more news and updates related to psychology. Ph: 9990717772, www.upseducation.in
Dr. Arvind Otta (renowned Faculty of Psychology Entrance Exams) explained the entrance pattern of AUD and he also suggested preparation tips for Ambedkar University’s MA psychology entrance exam on the demand of many students.
Mr. Otta said, first of all, you need to know the pattern of Question paper of Ambedkar University. Question paper contains 3 sections. In the first section, they will ask the objective type question paper. In the second section, they will ask the objective question but you need to write an answer in support of your answer. In the third section, you can find compression based question.
You can read basic psychology from I introduction to Psychology book but if you have your own notes go with that. But just keep in mind, they also ask questions from reasoning and general awareness.
Finally finished with your Final exams? Post-graduation admissions on your mind? On 3rd June, Delhi University released applications for their Master’s courses in Psychology. DU is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in India. It offers 2 year courses in MA Psychology and MA Applied Psychology, consisting of four semesters. The course includes fieldwork, practical’s, and papers of your choosing out of up to 15 options each semester. The North Campus offers M.A. Psychology with a capacity of 108 students in each batch while South Campus offers M.A. in Applied Psychology with about 40 seats.
The process of application along with fees payment is entirely online for all categories and courses through a link found on their website, www.du.ac.in. But remember that you have to apply for each course you want to, separately.
There are two ways to apply for the course of your choosing, whether it be MA. Applied Psychology or M.A. Psychology- Through an entrance test or merit based admission. For both campuses 50% of these seats are given to merit based admitted students and the other half are for the entrance test based admitted.
For the entrance test, you require either a minimum of 55% aggregate in a BA psychology course of DU or a 60% in any graduate course in any DU or DU recognised college. This provides an opportunity for all those students who have not studied psychology in their graduation. This entrance exam, organised by NTA, consists of a 100 multiple choice Questions with a maximum of 400 marks that can be achieved along with negative marking of -1. This exam is likely to happen between June 22nd and July 2nd. After this, based on your performance, you will be called for an interview which is usually held in the first week of July.
The second way you can apply for the course is merit based. This will be based on the aggregate marks BA psychology or applied psychology course. The minimum eligibility criteria is a 60% aggregate in a BA course of Psychology course from DU. This is a part of direct admission and therefore doesn’t involve an interview.
But keep in mind that you can apply for the course in both or either category. Apart from this, I’m sure you might have many specific question regarding your cases, preferences, advice and so on as well. Keeping this in mind, DU holds Open Houses in North campus Conference Centre as well as south campus colleges from 30th May to 10th June. A Help Desk is also present in North Campus every afternoon to guide you and answer all your questions.
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Taking admission in MA/M.Sc Psychology course in most of universities is not easy, you need to crack entrances and interview for admission. However Delhi University and few other university also take admissions on direct merit basis on half of their intake seats, for rest of seats they take admission on entrance basis. Other renowned universities like BHU, JMI, AUD, Bangalore University and etc. take admissions on entrances and interview basis. So yes it will not be easy to take admission but you can take admission with the right preparation and a strong strategy. Few important tips are mentioned below which can help to clear your master entrance of Psychology:
- A first thing is awareness about updated syllabus and pattern of examinations
- Do not pick random topics, start with into and basics of Psychology.
- Contact your mentors and teachers for guidance
- Selections of reading materials is very important, use very customize for your entrance.
- Practice though previous year papers and solve more mock tests to analysis your progress
- Strong your some of important topics like:
- Cognitive Psychology
- Social Psychology
- Abnormal Psychology & Bio-psychology
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Dear Aspirants, We are going to start a new weekend Batch for MA/M.Sc Psychology Entrance 2019 Preparation, Admissions are open in this batch, and only limited seats are available. Batch will especially focused on DU, JMI, AUD, BHU and other well-known University. Register your self today for this batch.
Batch starting from: 29-Sep-2018 (Saturday)
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Article given below is very useful for all those, who are who are going to face their Entrance Examination for Admission in MA Psychology and M.Sc Psychology course.
The very first thought comes in our mind about selection of colleges, which college will be best and where we should take admission for MA or M.Sc. Psychology course in India. Why it is become important; because we all know, a better University always allows you better opportunities.
Watch the video link given below to know the best colleges in India for MA/M.Sc Psychology course.
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Other important thing is your preparation strategy, how does you prepare for your MA/M.Sc Psychology Entrance, have the gone through the right syllabus for the same, which books do you prefer. All these are major concept that will help in your entrance examination. According to our experts; Psychology is a very vast subject and there is number of theories and connects were presented by different-different psychologists. Which creates confusion for students, in this case only systematic approach of study and better guidance from your mentor can increase you chance of success. UPS Education is only institute in India, who provide assistance for Psychology Entrance examinations.
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Are you preparing for MA/M.Sc Psychology Entrance Examinations? Keep in mind that entrance dates is now very close and only few months are left for your exams. In these conditions, it’s become important to understand that what is to read and not because sometimes due to reading everything we face lots of problem in time management and due to lack of exact curriculum, we cannot make the right strategy. Practice through appropriate objective Questions for every topic. Solve sufficient Model Question Paper. It will help you to develop insight.
UPS Education is India’s No.1 Psychology Entrance Coaching institute; we provide both Regular classrooms coaching as well as Distance Learning mode coaching for MA/M.Sc Psychology Entrance.
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