• Department of Clinical Psychology
  • Department profile

    M.Sc. Clinical Psychology is a Post Graduate Psychology programme. Clinical psychology is an integration of science, theory and clinical knowledge for the purpose of understanding, preventing, and relieving psychologically based distress or dysfunction and to promote subjective well-being and personal development. Clinical psychology represents the largest subfield of psychologists. Specialty areas within clinical psychology include child mental health, adult mental health, learning disabilities, emotional disturbances, substance abuse, and geriatrics and health psychology


    Training clinical psychologists in applying evidence-based interventions in an ethical way in clinical practice. Disseminating research output across various relevant target groups, including the scientific community, clinicians and society


    Promote mental, behavioural, and physical health by imparting clinical practices based on the best available evidence and to develop clinical psychologist with knowledge and skills to identify interventions that are effective and can be implemented in the community

    Salient Features
    • Well equipped laboratories
    • Standardized psychological test materials
    • Collaboration and consultation with leading speciality hospitals
  • Programmes Offered

    Programmes Offered
    • M.Sc. Clinical Psychology - 2 years (4 semesters)


    • M.Sc. Clinical Psychology : Candidates must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in any Psychology course from a recognized University with an aggregate of at least 50% marks
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  • Facilities

Last updated on 15.07.2022