PG PROGRAMMES

M.A./M.Sc. Applied Psychology



M.A./M.Sc. Applied Psychology

The M.A./M.Sc. degree in Applied Psychology is awarded following completion of a two‑year masters programme committed to the study and application of psychological principles and findings. The programme offers students an opportunity to pursue specializations including Community Psychology, Child Psychology, Forensic & Investigative Psychology, and Industrial & Organizational Psychology. The degree and instruction is provided by the Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences (JIBS). The programme aims to instil the necessary knowledge and skills for each student’s personal and academic growth, preparing them for immediate  employment or Doctorate further study.

Master in Rehabilitation Science




Master in Rehabilitation Science




A ‘Masters in Rehabilitation Science’ program is a graduate-level program that focuses on understanding the impact of disability and facilitating the recovery of individuals affected by physical, intellectual, and developmental disabilities. The program aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of rehabilitation of persons with disabilities and the skills necessary to design and implement effective rehabilitation programs. The coursework will combine lecture-cum-discussions, application exercises in simulated environments, and clinical/fieldwork. Some of the core areas covered in the program are – various types of disabilities, rehabilitation processes, rehabilitation counselling, and social work techniques in rehabilitation. Students may also have the opportunity to specialize in areas such as locomotor disability, intellectual disability, and developmental disability. Graduates of the program may work in various settings, including hospitals, rehabilitation centers, private clinics, government programs, and academic institutions

M.Sc. in Psycho-social Rehabilitation



M.Sc. in Psycho-social Rehabilitation

A ‘M.Sc. Psychosocial Rehabilitation’ is a specialized program focusing on understanding disability due to mental health conditions and facilitating the recovery of affected individuals. The program aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of mental health conditions (including mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and psychosocial concerns of special groups) and skills needed to facilitate mental health rehabilitation. The coursework will combine lecture-cum-discussions, application exercises in simulated environments, and clinical/fieldwork. Some of the core areas covered in the program are – psychosocial foundation of human behaviour, counseling, family and group interventions, and psychosocial rehabilitation. Graduates of the program may work in various settings, including hospitals, clinics, community health centers, and government or non-governmental organizations working in the mental health or social sector.

M.A./M.Sc Crime Science



M.A./M.Sc Crime Science

The program offers an interdisciplinary approach to understanding, combating and preventing crime. Students will delve into the realms of criminology, forensic science, criminal psychology, sociology, data analytics, and law enforcement strategies with a specialised focus on Police studies, Security Studies and Financial Crime Studies. This degree equips graduates with the skills to analyze complex criminal behaviour patterns, gather and interpret evidence, and contribute to the development of effective crime prevention and investigation techniques. The program combines theoretical knowledge with practical training, preparing students for careers in law enforcement, criminal justice, research, and policymaking.


PG Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology



PG Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology

Post Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Psychology or PGDRP is a hands‑on, one‑year, training course that aims to help students learn and apply skills required for rehabilitation counselling practice. The course includes various theories of counselling and practitioner modules such as assessments and treatment of individuals with cognitive, physical, sensory, developmental disabilities. The course intends to train rehabilitation counselors who can help better the lives of persons with disability and promote an understanding of their requirements. At the end of the course, the students will gain licensure by the Rehabilitation Council of India to practice in India.

PG Diploma in Sports Psychology



PG Diploma in Sports Psychology

The Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Psychology is an intensive and specialized program designed for individuals who are passionate about the intersection of psychology and sports. This diploma offers advanced training to equip students with the knowledge and practical skills necessary to excel in the dynamic field of sports psychology. The course offers a wide range of application‑based modules covering aspects such as mental skills training, visualization, goal setting, relaxation, understanding team dynamics and leadership, and interventions to improve athlete performance. The PG Diploma is ideal for individuals who want to work with sports persons, improve performance, and build a career around sports and performance enhancement