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Programme Outcomes


Thelearning outcomes that a student should be able to demonstrate on completion ofa degree level programme are as follows:

  • Knowledge about the discipline and research methods.
  • Basic professional skills pertaining to psychological testing, assessment and counselling.
  • Ability to use skills in specific areas related to chosen specialization (e.g. cognitive,

industrial-organizational,clinical, counselling, health, educational, social, community).

  • Ability to connect theory with personal experiences and varied applied settings.
  • Understand how psychology can be applied to solve problems facing humankind.
  • Computer literacy, including the ability to use various e-resources, technology and social

media.

  • Articulation of ideas, scientific writing and authentic reporting.
  • Tolerating ambiguities and appreciating the limitations of the discipline, and critically analyzing conflicting theories and approaches.
  • Understanding varied socio-cultural contexts, and being mindful of indigenous traditions.
  • Creating awareness about gender issues.
  • Cultivating an ethical mindset, including a strong work ethic, avoiding unethical

behaviours such as data fabrication and plagiarism, being mindful of implications of

research using human participants.

  • Commitment to health and wellbeing at different levels (e.g. individual, organization,

community, society).

  • Developing skills of communication, negotiation, team work, effective presentation, etc.
  • Appreciating and tolerating diversity.
  • Developing positive attributes such as empathy, compassion, optimism, social

participation, and accountability.
• Self-development and personal growth.