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B.A/B.Sc. (Psychology and Anthropology)

B.A/B.Sc. (Psychology and Anthropology)

B.A/B.Sc. (Psychology and Anthropology)

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B.A/B.Sc. (Psychology and Anthropology)

Duration
ELIGIBILITY
ADMISSION PROCESS
FEES
3 Years. Pass in 10+2 in any stream with minimum 60% marks in aggregate. On basis of Personal Interview Rs. 90,000 per year

About the Program

BA Psychology and Anthropology is a 3-year undergraduate program which studies the science of behaviour  and man or study of man. It is a broad field of study and has been used in finding how societies have developed over the years. Anthropology has four basic classifications that are socio-cultural, biological, linguistics and archaeology.

Job Prospects

  • Clinical Psychologist
  •  Sport psychologist
  • Researcher
  • Teacher/ Lecturer
  • Tour Guide
  • Archivist
  • Culture Resource Manager
  • Curator
  • Linguist
  • Urban Planner
  • Social Worker

Program Structure

Semester 1

  • Proficiency & Co-curricular Activities
  • Foundation Course
  • Foundation of Psychological Processes- I
  • Social Psychology-I
  • Introduction to Biological Anthropology
  • Introduction to Socio Cultural Anthropology
  • Project -I
  • Subsidiary Subject
  • English Language-I
  • Open Elective

Semester 2

  • Proficiency & Co-curricular Activities
  • Foundation Course-2
  • Foundation of Psychological Processes- II
  • Biological Bases of Behaviour
  • Archaeological Anthropology
  • Fundamentals of Human Origin & Evolution
  • Subsidiary Subject
  • Human Values & Ethics
  • Environmental Studies
  • Employability Skills
  • Project -II

Semester 3

  • Employability Skills
  • Proficiency & Co-curricular Activities
  • Applied Psychology
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Tribes and Peasants in India
  • Human Ecology: Biological & Cultural dimensions
  • Subsidiary Subject
  • Open elective
  • Project -II

Semester 4

  • Employability Skills
  • Proficiency and Co-curricular Activities
  • Counseling and Guidance
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Biological Diversity in Human Populations
  • Theories of Culture and Society
  • Subsidiary Subject

Semester 5

  • Employability Skills
  • Proficiency and Co-curricular Activities
  • Statistical Method for Psychological Research
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Research Methods
  • Human Population Genetics
  • Soft Skills V
  • Subsidiary Subject

Semester 6

  • Positive psychology
  • Community psychology
  • Anthropology in Practice
  • Anthropology of India
  • Subsidiary Subject
  • Project -III

Teaching

The typical percentage of time spent in different learning activities for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
71%
Independent Studies
10%
Practical
20%

Year 2

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
71%
Independent Studies
10%
Practical
20%

Year 3

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
71%
Independent Studies
10%
Practical
20%

Assessment

Typically how work is assessed for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Internal (Weekly Test, Assignment, Mid- Term)
40%
External (End Semester Exam)
60%

Year 2

Internal (Weekly Test, Assignment, Mid- Term)
40%
External (End Semester Exam)
60%

Year 3

Internal (Weekly Test, Assignment, Mid- Term)
40%
External (End Semester Exam)
60%
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