Eligibility Criteria  

55% and above( or equivalent grade) in PUC/ 12th/any other equivalent exam conducted by a recognized authority/ institution in India or abroad.

The B. A. (Hons) Psychology program aims at providing critical practical and analytical training at the undergraduate level that enables students to engage in the domains of mental health, neuroscience, forensics, rehabilitation, defence, prisons, government, and nonprofit organizations. The program’s curriculum has more of application-oriented learning and the curriculum mainly stresses on the mastery of basic principles of psychological principles and theories. The emphasis of the program is to expose students to advanced concepts, developments, and techniques in the realm of psychology.

The psychology program is designed to provide you with a thorough grounding in basic knowledge, skills, and understanding in psychology at levels one and two, including biological psychology, cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, forensic psychology, individual differences, developmental psychology, and social psychology. Overall, the B.A. (Hons) Psychology program focuses on providing a set of transferable skills and a comprehensive knowledge that equips the students for possible career paths.

Programme Highlights

The program aims to produce graduates who:

  • are skilled and competent psychologists, in both theory and research.
  • have developed a range of transferable intellectual and personal skills, including independent learning skills, skills of critical evaluation, oral and written presentation skills, group work skills, ICT skills.
  • have competence in the use of empirical techniques of investigation relevant to the domain of psychology.
  • exhibit the competency and skills to deal with human behaviour across varied settings and modalities.
Chanakya Foundation48 credits
School Core24 credits
Major56 credits
Minor24 Credits
Learning Beyond Curriculum8 credits

These are the kind of courses we will be offering:

  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Bio Psychology
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Psychology of Learning
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Social Psychology
  • Music Psychology
  • Environmental Psychology
  • Sports Psychology
  • Psychology of Gender
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Military Psychology


  • Counsellors in schools and industries
  • Counsellors in clinics and hospitals
  • H R in corporates
  • Public Relationship Executive

Professional Practice:

  • Psychologists
  • Remedial trainers
  • Special Educators
  • Behavior trainer


  • Counsellor, life coach and mentor
  • Executive coach
  • Specialized in sports, child, family, adolescent student counsellor.
  • Freelance consultant

Academics and Research:

  • M.Sc.
  • Research Associate
  • Ph. D