How to become a Psychologist, Know about major courses in Psychology and Admission

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For admission in BA Honors in Psychology, it is necessary to have at least 50% marks in class 12th.

After a degree or PG diploma in Psychology, there are many career opportunities in front of the students. There is always a demand for psychologists in government and private schools, hospitals, colleges, companies, research agencies, rehabilitation centers and NGOs etc.

New Delhi. The changing ways of life due to the Kovid-19 and lockdown have affected all the people mentally. Some are upset due to lack of studies, while some are in depression due to lack of work. Due to such stress, everyone needs mental treatment. In such a situation, the career prospects in Psychology have increased a lot in the coming time. Let us know today about Psychology and its related career options:

What is Psychology:

A person who knows, reads and understands human behavior is called a psychologist. A psychologist works to bring a change in the thinking of his patient according to his mental condition without treatment without drugs. If you also have a passion for reading and understanding the behavior of others, then a career in psychology can prove to be a great option for you. All the institutes offer from degree course in psychology to PG diploma.

These are the major courses in Psychology:BA Honors in Psychology

MA/MSc in Psychology

PG Diploma in Psychology

This is how admission happens:

For admission in BA Honors in Psychology, it is necessary to have at least 50% marks in class 12th. If you have studied Psychology as a subject in class 12th, then you are given priority in admission to this course. You can also do post graduate or diploma in this subject. For this, it is necessary to pass graduation in Psychology with 55 percent marks.

What’s in this course:

Under this course, students learn and learn about behavioral and mental sciences, feelings, mental states, and social problems. Apart from this, they also study social tension, mentality of criminals, likes and dislikes of people, behavior of employees at workplace etc.

Here are the career options after the course:

After a degree or PG diploma in Psychology, there are many career opportunities in front of the students. There is always a demand for psychologists in government and private schools, hospitals, colleges, companies, research agencies, rehabilitation centers and NGOs etc.

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