hi. i am doing btech and i also want to study psychology (part time) can u tell me which college is doing part time courses in this subject

0 69 Views | Posted 2011-10-08 20:55:07
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    Raja M G | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-14 10:15:10
    Nice to see a Tech'y guy wants to pursue a course in Psychology. I would suggest you to first complete your B.Tech. and then your can pursue an M.Sc. (Psy) through Distance learning mode, rather than complicating with a B.Sc. (Psy) in Dual Degree with various institutions.
    I am Guest Faculty for Psychology for many TN Universities Distance learning programs and we do have Techy people like you with enthu on Psy. Start reading books on Organisation Behaviour & Motivation which will be useful at all walks of life
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    Pawan | Contributor-Level 8

    2011-10-10 23:03:12
    i think none of the university allows you to do 2 courses parallely . you can increase your knowledge from many of the private institute
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-10 22:41:44
    Hi Nitin,If you are already doing a full time programme you need to take the permission of your University to join any other degree programme be it part time or correspondence. In case your University allows you can apply. Few of the Universities which you may consider for doing Part Time Psychology are: Alagappa University, Annamalai University, Bangalore University, Mumbai University, Osmania University etc.As far as the eligibility of the programme is concerned different institutes will have different criterion, some will take Entrance some would want Work Experience in the same field etc.Hope this resolves your query. Feel free to put up ... view more
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    Dr Mohsin Khan | Guide-Level 13

    2011-10-09 02:52:27
    If you are doing B.Tech and want to do Psychology course in part time means you must need to take admission in the same place where you are studying right now. So please mention the place where currently you are studying.

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