Monthly Archives: December 2017

M.Phil Clinical Psychology Admission forms out in Manipal University – 2018

             M.Phil Clinical Psychology Entrance – 2018

Manipal University Started their Admission Process for M.Phil Clinical Psychology. Fill the online application form as soon as possible.

Eligibility: Master in Psychology

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Contact UPS Education for Guidance and Coaching for Psychology Entrance. We also provide Distance Learning Program and Online Mock Test Series. UPS Education Coaching may increase your Chances of Success.

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MA Psychology Entrance Coaching for Delhi University

Delhi University Entrance

The thinking of people towards psychologist is changing so demand of psychologists also increasing day by day. People are now taking psychological help more frequently than ever before.
Because of demand of Psychologist, students want to make their future in psychology and Psychology has emerged as a very important subject. Because of this, the number of aspirant students for postgraduate in psychology is also increasing. Delhi University is a major institute and everyone wants to do Master’s  in Psychology from here. Delhi University offer MA Psychology (North CAmpus) and MA Applied Psychology(South Campus). If you want to take admission in Delhi University then you should consider following points:


MA Psychology: BA in Psychology with 55% or graduation without Psychology with 60%.
MA Applied PSychology: BA in Psychology with 55% or graduation without Psychology with 60%.


MA Psychology: 108
MA Psychology: 31

Admission Procedure:

MA Psychology:  Candidates shall be selected for admission in order of merit prepared on the basis of following weightage:

  • Entrance Test 80%
  • Interview 20%

MA Applied Psychology: Candidates shall be selected for admission in order of merit prepared on the basis of following weightage:

  • Entrance Test 70%
  • Interview 20%
  • Group Discussion 10%

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How to choose best coaching for UGC NET JRF Psychology Exam

UGC NET JRF Psychology CoachingIf you are finding Coaching for UGC NET JRF Psychology Exam. This article may help you to find perfect center for UGC NET JRF Exam. Coaching may play vital role in your UGC NET preparation so it is also a challenge to choose a good coaching center. There are some major factors that aspirant should look while choosing coaching for UGC NET Psychology.

  1. Qualified Faculty: Faculty is one of the main factor you need to consider during selection of coaching center. An experienced faculty will give you the edge that will helps you to crack UGC NET JRF.
  2. Nature of Coaching Center: Coaching center must be specialized for Psychology Coaching.  Don’t select coaching center who provide training program, workshops and internship program etc. because how they can focus on Entrance preparation if they are involved in many activity. Always choose coaching who are dedicated for Psychology coaching.
  3. Specialization: Even before choosing a class, it should also be know that coaching only gives class for psychology or they also provide coaching for lot of other subjects like Political science, History, Sociology, English, Economics etc. You should choose coaching who specially provides coaching for psychology Exam.
  4. Class Test: Assessment of every topic is very important to find strength and weaknesses. so try to know that coaching provide Class test or not?
  5. Mock Test: Mock Test facilitate us exact exposure of final exam. so Mock test is also a important factor.
  6. Study Materials:  The study material provided should be updated, competitive and according to the exam pattern and syllabus.
  7. Competitive Environment: Find a coaching center that must be competitive and students should be from different cities, universities and region because competitive environment will push you in positive directions.

This article is based on Interview with Dr. Arvind Otta, Eminent faculty of Psychology.