JIBS Summer School 2020

Understanding Psychology and its Interdisciplinarity

Program Details

Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences (JIBS) is organizing a 5-days long, online summer school. This online summer school is designed for high school students. The participant will gain a better understanding of the various disciplines of psychology, its applications and interdisciplinarity. Specialists in the field will hold an hour-long interactive session with the students to introduce them to the topic and its key aspects, followed by Q&A session.

We at JIBS, pride ourselves in being at the forefront of research in psychology and its relation to other fields and the society at large. This is a JIBS initiative to expose curious and young minds, especially people who are interested or fascinated by Psychology. A participant of this online summer school can benefit from understanding about advances and career possibilities in this area.

Join us for a productive to explore the brilliance of the human mind and psyche and enhance your knowledge. Participants will also be awarded an e-certificate on successful completion of the course.

Program Co-ordinator :

Poulomi Bhadra, Assistant Professor, JIBS
Contact her for queries on email at pbhadra@jgu.edu.in

Application Deadline

20th June 2020


Open to All High School Students (The curriculum will be easier to follow for students from 9th – 12th grade)

Duration & Time

Dates : 22nd -26th June, 2020
Time : 10:30 – 11:30 am (session 1) & 12:00 – 1:00 pm (session 2)

Registration Fees

Rs 500 (payment mode will be shared on confirmation of application)

Featured Modules

  • Subjective Well-Being: Leading a Rewarding Life
  • Emotional Intelligence:A sneak peak into the secret ingredient of success
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Human Cognitive Processes
  • Career Planning: An Early Start
  • Counselling Psychology: Talk Therapy
  • Mental Health & C0VID-19
  • An Overview of Clinical Psychology
  • Psychological Assessments & Tests
  • Financial Awareness for Mental Security and Independence