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Mar 29, 2011
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by: Varun Goyal

Ya you can still go for the psychology. you have variety of options according to your interest. But as a student of psychology i have personal experience that a very few people is able to make a success full career in psychology. if you already have a success full career in your current job i suggest you to just take the psychology as a hobby and keep it as a part time. it is not a wise thing to try a different thing by leaving the current one. if you want any information you can contact me at my email id varungoyalgcm@gmail.com or you can contact any career counselor for this regard.
Varun Goyal.

Mar 29, 2011
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Career psychology
by: Anonymous

Hi I'm an Engineering graduate and I'm currently working in a software company...but my interest has always been psychology..can anyone tell me about the chances of me taking up psychology as a career after this and suggest the courses or whatever I should to take up for psychology...Thanks!

Mar 17, 2011
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FORENSIC SCIENCES
by: Varun Goyal

Hello friends. I am doing my final year of Post Graduation in Psychology from Panjab University. I am also preparing to take admission in Gujarat Forensic Sciences University - Institute of Behavioural Science under FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY. I have lots of information and I'm also looking for more. If you have any information or even questions, please contact me at my Email Id. varungoyalgcm@gmail.com. I will heartily appreciate your concern.

Varun Goyal.

Mar 16, 2011
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Forensic Psychology
by: Anonymous

I am doing M.A in psychology from Panjab university. I am planning to take admission in Gujarat university. I hear that it is the only best to do this course.

Apr 29, 2010
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Career Guidance
by: Anonymous

I'm doing my masters in molecular genetics. I wasn't aware of forensic psychology before but now I'm really interested in the subject. Do I have any chance of settling myself in forensic psychology?

Dec 22, 2009
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by: Anonymous

Hi..

I have completed a PG Certificate Course in Forensic Psychology from NIMHANS. I course was not well planned and you get more of clinical experience from there plus your lectures. NIMHANS now no longer has this course. Now the gujarat university is where you should aim. I suggest this place because I have heard that they have the back up of the DFS.

There are a few other places too i suggest you check Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science, Delhi.

Where ever you decide understand that the scope in India is very slim. Kindly check deeply before you invest money. A better option is study abroad. Think about that if you can.

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ash

Dec 18, 2009
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Forensic psychology in chennai through Distance Education
by: Anonymous

I want a clarification whether there is any opportunity to study forensic psychology Master degree through the distance education in Madras?..
I have complted B.SC psychology and MA Mass communication in coimbatore.

Apr 08, 2009
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abt course
by: Devashree

I need to enroll myself for the same course. I hav done M.A in counselling psychology from MUMBAI UNIVERSITY.

Nov 17, 2008
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nimhans blore
by: Anonymous

hey,
I am not sure if the course will continue next year. I believe you may have call up the office or might email the directors office and enquire if the course will be there next year.As i said before you wont find much information on the net or website
Take care

Oct 06, 2008
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by: Anonymous

Hey,

Firstly you need to have a postgraduate degree in psychology. the application is already out i guess.kindly check on that. you will have to write an entrance and attend an interview too.they will put it up in the notice board if you are selected. its a new course..currently running its second year.only 12 seats.

career prospects are presently not bright as the field as such is gaining ground in India. There is only one forensic psychologist in India as far as i know her name is dr.vaya, she is an aluminus of NIMHANS, she is working in dfs, gandhinagar.

keep an eye on the nimhans website for application as there will not be further advertisements.

Regards

Aishwarya

Sep 08, 2008
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Nimhans Bangalore
by: ruchika gupta

What is the criteria to get into Nimhans Bangalore for studying forensic besides having psych background? Any entrance, % required. What are the further career prospects?

Aug 08, 2008
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Forensic Psychology Course India
by: Aishwarya

NIMHANS Bangalore has a PG certificate course in forensic psychology. Its one year, fee is rs. 20000. You need to have a psychology background. 9 months of course in NIMHANS campus and rest 3 months in directorate of forensic science, Ahmedabad.

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