New batch for the preparation of NTA NET Psychology and
M.Phil Clinical Psychology Entrances of 2020. Registrations are open for this
batch, details are given below. Read the details given below, and start your
preparation with India’s prestigious Institute for Psychology Entrance
Batch for: NTA NET Psychology and M.Phil Clinical
Psychology Entrances of 2020
Batch Intake: 35 (Maximum)
Inclusive of: Face to Face Classroom lectures,
Printed Study Materials, Regular Class Test, Online Mock Test, Doubt Sessions,
Interview Tips, and other required support.
Classes by: Dr. Arvind Otta (Renowned Faculty of
Psychology Entrance Exams)
Date of Commencement of the Course: 10-Oct-2019
Duration of Batch: 4-5Months
Targeted Exams: M.Phil Clinical Psychology Entrances
of 2020, and NTA NET Psychology June 2020.
Course Fee: (Refer the Prospectus)
Admission Link: Click
here to Enrolment
For Registration or Admission contact on the following
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
New batch for upcoming NTA NET JRF Psychology December 2019 is going to start from 25-Sep-2019. The registration process for this batch is already started. Enroll yourself with our online classes and prepare yourself for NTA NET Psychology.
Classes will be provided through video lectures, apart from the online classes materials written by renowned faculty will be provided in printed form. Online Mock Tests and the chapter wise self-assessment test will also be conducted for the mock practice of students. Students can also ask their doubts through email to our faculties.
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M.Phil Clinical Psychology and UGC NET JRF Psychology Exams are very precious as well as mandatory for Practice as a Clinical Psychology and for Teaching in College / University respectively. If you are not in Delhi or can not attend the physical classes at our center then this special course is for you if you are aspirant or want to Crack M. Phil Clinical Psychology Entrance Exam with NET JRF Psychology. Aspirants can start their preparation for both at the same time and access our lectures at home…read more
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.