Department of Psychology

Department of Psychology is located on the first floor of front wing (Room No. 35). Psychology Department has the following sections: Department office, Laboratory Office, and Psychology Laboratory. The Courses taught are:
B.A. – I (Introduction to Psychology and Experimental Psychology)
B.A. – I (Social Psychology and Developmental Psychology)
B.A. – III (Psychopathology and Applied Psychology)
Department also offers Short term courses like Personality Development and UGC sponsored course on Soft Skills Management.
Departmental laboratory has a number of apparatus, tests and inventories. Department introduces students about the assessment tools used in the field of psychology i.e. tests and instruments. Students are accessed via tests and assignments for internal assessments.

  • Activities: Department of Psychology
  • Departmental Meet on Jan 1, 2019
  • Psychology Association Meet on Jan 9, 2019
  • Skill Building Workshop from Feb 1-3, 2018
  • Poster Making Competition on Feb 4, 2018
  • Laboratory Equipment Orientation from Oct 6-8, 2019
  • Movie Screening Taare Zameen Par on Oct 8, 2018

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  • Sh. Sajjan Singh

  • DesignationAssociate Professor
  • QualificationM.A
  • SpecializationExperimental Psychology
  • Experience More than 32 years
  • Email
  • Contact No 9416453506
  • Dr. Anupama Sihag

  • DesignationAssistant Professor
  • QualificationPhd, M.A, NET, PGDCBA
  • SpecializationClinical Counseling
  • Experience More than 03 years
  • Email
  • Contact No 9034606943
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