Mount Carmel College

Autonomous


ಮೌಂಟ್ ಕಾರ್ಮಲ್ ಕಾಲೇಜು, ಸ್ವಾಯತ್ತ 58, ಅರಮನೆ ರಸ್ತೆ, ಬೆಂಗಳೂರು- 560 052
No. 58, Palace Road, Bengaluru, India - 560 052

Phone: +91 ­80­ 22261759,

Fax: +91 ­80­ 22286386,

E-mail: mounts@bgl.vsnl.net.in

DEPARTMENT OF Psychology

Department of Psychology

Year of Establishment: 1972

HOD: Ms Hamsa N, Associate Professor

Vision and Mission:

  • To facilitate a comprehensive understanding of human behavior, keeping abreast with the changing dynamics in the field of psychology;
  • To lay foundations that foster a research based approach;
  • To sensitize students to psycho-social issues in order to catalyze a climate of social responsibility

Courses offered:

UG and PG

Course Matrix: UG

SEM/ Name of the Course

LEARNING

TUTORIAL

PRACTICAL

I, II SEM (General Psychology)

4

0

2

III, IV SEM (Developmental Psychology)

4

0

2

V AND VI SEM (COMPULSORY PAPER – Industrial Psychology)

3

0

2

V AND VI SEM (OPTIONAL PAPER – Abnormal/ Health/ Educational)

3

0

2

PG: Regular

I SEM: Name of Course

L:T:P

Credits

CIA Marks

ESE

Total Marks

Personality Theories

4:0:2 444:0:@

5

30+15

70+35

150

Research Methods in Psychology

4:2:0

5

30+15

70+35

150

BioPsychology-I

4:0:2

5

30+15

70+35

150

Basic Cognitive Processes

3:0:4

5

30+15

70+35

150

School Psychology

2:0:0

1

15

35

50

Sports and Exercise Psychology

2:0:0

1

15

35

50

Soft Skills

2

1

15

35

50

225

525

750

Internship/CDP(Evaluated in IISem)

TOTAL

31

23 23

PG: Specialisation

III SEMESTER

Paper Title

L:T:P

Credits

CIA Marks

ESE

Total Marks

Community Psychology

4:0:2

5

30+15

70+35

150

Positive Psychology

4:2:0

5

30+15

70+35

150

Elective-Clinical/Industrial-I

4:0:2

5

30+15

70+35

150

Clinical/Industrial-II

3:0:4

5

30+15

70+35

150

Forensic Psychology

2:0:0

1

25

25

50

Enhancing Psychological Health (Non Psychology students)

2:0:0

1

25

25

50

Soft skills

2:0:0

1

25

25

50

Internship

2

50

50

Total

31

25

225

575

800

IV SEMESTER

Paper Title

L:T:P

Credits

CIA Marks

ESE

Total Marks

Counselling special groups

4:2:0

5

30+15

70+35

150

Elective-Clinical/Industrial-III

3:0:4

5

30+15

70+35

150

Clinical/Industrial-IV

4:0:0

4

30+15

70+35

100

Project

0:0:4

2

100

Behaviour across life-span(Non Psychology students)

2:0:0

1

15

35

50

Soft skills-Enthreuprenership

2:0:0

1

15

35

50

Project

0:0:4

2

30

35

100

29

20

210

490

700

GRAND TOTAL

93

3050

Eligibility for the under graduate course: Students should have completed PUC/ 12th std. from any stream (Arts, Science or Commerce)


Eligibility for the post graduate course( MA Psychology) Students should have  a Bachelors degree with Psychology as a subject.


Credit Course Offered by the Department: 

  • Group Therapy
  • Counseling Skills
  • Psycho-social well-being using Multi arts and Play


Industry Linkage: 

  • UG Students’ participation in Positive Psychology Unit of NIMHANS
  • UG Students’ involvement in Child Guidance centers and Special schools
  • PG students' compulsorily  internship of 4-6 weeks in Recruitment and Consultancy firms, Counselling Centers, Special schools and Neuro-centers

Research activities: 

Teachers are involved in UGC and Management funded Projects


Infrastructure (along with Photograph)

  • 7 UG Fully equipped Labs
  • 4 PG Fully equipped Labs

Activities of the Department

  1. Department organizes guest lectures, seminars and workshops are organized for the students pertinent to the subject matter.
  2. Education tours – experiential learning and team building.
  3. Visit to research labs and ‘Brain Museum’
  4. Students are encouraged to attend seminars, workshops and webinars, and intercollegiate competitions.
  5. Students are also encouraged to make presentations in class on subject related topics.
  6. Assessment cell– Personality, IQ, EQ, Aptitude, Interest and well-being.
  7. Counseling and consultation – for students, staff, support staff, parents and organizations.
  8. Awareness drive/programme on social issues
  9. Short films and videos on related subjects
  10. Role plays and skits to explain concepts in psychology
  11. Internships in Industry, Special schools and Hospice and half-way home
  12. Quiz conducted by students.
  13. Annual Newsletter on Psychology is printed.
  14. PG students also participate in a group discussion of current events(related to psychology) once a week for one hour.
  15. PG students also are part of Journal club-reading journal articles and discussion.

 Teaching techniques adopted to cater to the diverse student needs

  1. Remedial classes are arranged after college hours. Previous years’ question papers are given to the students, and they are encouraged to answer them. Individual counseling and confidence boosting sessions are given to the students who are underachieving.
  2. Gifted students are encouraged to participate in inter-collegiate competitions, present papers in seminars, participate in department research activities. Academically bright students are encouraged to help the underachievers in academics.

Highlights extension activities 

  • Faculty and students are associated with the activities of Positive Psychology Unit of NIMHANS.
  • Personality and IQ assessment are carried out in schools that approach us.
  • Life skills training is given to students in schools that approach us.
  • Headstreams – Students intern in Headstreams, an NGO which work with children from lower economic status for either a 6 month programme or their summer internship.
  • MCC Outreach Programme: Students stay back after college every day from 3 - 4 p.m. to play/ educate the children of construction workers.
  • PG students are part of the counselling and assessment cell which caters to counselling and assessment of college students as well as school children in the neighbourhood.
  • PG students also participate in a group discussion of current events (related to psychology) once a week for one hour.
  • PG students also are part of Journal club-reading journal articles and discussion
  • Students (PG and UG) are guided to present research papers in seminars and conferences.
  • They are encouraged to conduct workshops on personality development and softs skills training of school children.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FACULTY

  • A committed Faculty: The Department is proud to have faculty members who are well versed in the subject and at the same time are committed teachers who are available to the students both in and outside class.
  • Excellence in teamwork: The faculty work very well together, at a personal as well as professional level. Moreover, the Department has an excellent relationship with members of all other Departments in the college, nurturing many inter-departmental activities..
  • Experiential learning through projects and field trips are made possible due to commitment of the faculty to University - Industry Interface.
  • Motivated to provide academic excellence; Enthusiastic and approachable; Excellent team workers, Well versed with latest research findings, Empathetic and committed towards students.

Department Fest

Annual intra-department fest is organized, wherein the department newsletter is released, papers are presented and various inter class competitions are held.


Department Seminars and Conferences (conducted and upcoming):

Date 

Name of the Seminar / Workshop

 

 

June 29th &30t h 2012

Department -Coordinated a 2 day workshop on leadership and education conducted by Align Learning Unlimited for MCC lecturers

Aug 31st 2012

‘Happiness Day’ celebrated to create awareness about positivity. Students organized skits, had food stalls, happiness walk, charts and standup comedy. Prizes were given to most positive and cheerful faculty members

Feb7th &8th 2012

Department conducted a 2 day UGC sponsored National Seminar in Association with NIAS (Bangalore) on ‘Positive Psychology in the areas of Education, Workplace and Health’. (Activities included talks by eminent people in the field  of psychology, a panel discussion, paper presentations, poster presentation and screening of short films)

28th Jan 2014

Symposium on ‘postive psychology in education’.

Guest speaker –Swarnalatha Iyer, a motivational speaker.

Psychodrama, debates, paper presentations and display of charts by the students

16th August 2014

Workshop on Hypnotherapy by Jini K Gopinath (Christ University) – coordinated by Ms Aabharna

18th August 2014

Dept organized workshop on Suicide prevention for teachers, in collaboration with Augmenta Health Pvt Lmtd – Dr Sunil Kumar

18th Feb 2015

Psychology association organized “psyche diary’ – alternative therapies for talent show, newsletter was released (PSYCHED), blog was released (mccsoapbox)

22nd July 2015

World Brain Day – Dr. P. Satishchandra VC and Director, NIMHANS, Seminar on epilepsy

26th Jan 2016

Workshop on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) was organized for abnormal psychology students – Ms Shaista Kubra(CBT Trainer) - 40 participants

1st Sep 2016

Workshop on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for II M.Sc Clinical Psychology students – Dr. Suil Mohan Kumar, Augmenta Health Care, Bangalore - 20 Participants

12th Aug 2016

With the sponsorship from Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Youth Development, Sri Perambur,                Department of Psychology celebrated ‘International Youth Day- Eradicating poverty-2030’ in             collaboration with Department of Business Studies and E-cell

5th and 6th Jan 2017

Conference on Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neuroscience – N Cortex - 180 Participants

30th Jan 2018

State level symposium on ‘Decoding the construct of healthy relationships’, including 5 concurrent workshops

 

Department Library (including total number of subject books in the college library): 

  • 487 books on General Psychology, Developmental, Child Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Educational Psychology, Health Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Research methodology


Department Newsletters: 


Department mail id: 
psycho@mccblr.edu.in

 

ABOUT MCC

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