Course Learning Outcomes:

  • CO1 Understand the role of psychology in maintaining health.
  • CO2 Understand the psycho social factors affecting health behavior.
  • CO3 Understand the biological and nutritional causes in behavior and apply it in real life.
  • CO4 Understand life style diseases.
  • CO5 Apply the skills to develop psycho education programmes to the general public.
  • CO6 Understand psycho neuro immunology.

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • CO1 Understand mental disorders.
  • CO2 Analyze abnormal behavior in terms of bio psycho social causal factors.
  • CO3 Understand abnormal behavior using interviews, clinical observation and psychological/ neuropsychological tests.
  • CO4 Create interventions for managing mental disorders.
  • CO5 Understand the latest classification of mental disorders.
  • CO6 Analyze the adverse effects of labelling.
  • CO7 Apply psychotherapeutic interventions to manage different disorders.
  • CO8 Create awareness programmes to avoid mental health stigma.

Course Learning Outcomes:

CO1 Understand the application of psychological principles in clinical settings.

CO2 Evaluate psychological testing in clinical setting.

CO3 Understand the assessment and diagnosis of mental disorders.

CO4 Analyze the skills in case history taking.

CO5 Create skills to prepare reports of clinical visits.

CO6 Apply therapeutic interventions for the diagnosed cases.

CO7 Apply the skills to prepare reports of the cases diagnosed and managed.

CO8 Create a positive attitude toward people with mental illness.

Course Learning Outcomes:

CO1 Create an appropriate problem for research.

CO2 Evaluate the ethical clearance from concerned authorities to conduct research in psychology.

CO3 Create a minor level psychological research.

CO4 Create research proposals in psychology.

CO5 Understand the psychological tools for behavioral research.

CO6 Understand psychological research tools.

CO7 Analyze data coding and analysis in researches in psychology.

CO8 Create research reports in psychology.

Course Learning Outcomes:

CO1 Understand historical development of counselling profession.

CO2 Apply counselling among individuals and groups.

CO3 Analyze the theoretical approaches in practicing counselling.

CO4 Create skills to practice counselling in community and organizational settings.

CO5 Create relaxation techniques to practice and help others.

CO6 Evaluate the ethical standards in counselling practice.

Indian  refers to an emerging scholarly and scientific subfield of . Psychologists working in this field are retrieving the psychological ideas embedded in indigenous Indian religious and spiritual traditions and philosophies, and expressing these ideas in psychological terms that permit further psychological research and application.