department of psychology
To emerge as a seat of higher learning producing empowered and responsible leadership through holistic development of individuals in all domains of erudition, nation-building, corporate realms, and public service. Creating a serene environment conducive to learning, skill building, research, and innovation. Preparing individuals capable of meeting contemporary and future challenges in a highly dynamic mode based on professional and ethical grounds.
The mission of the Department of Psychology is to produce knowledgeable educationists, researchers, practitioners, morally sound professionals, and constructive human beings and expert professionals.
- Our objectives revolve around expanding knowledge, improving mental health, and fostering the growth of professionals dedicated to understanding and helping others through research, educational programs, and mentorship.
- To apply knowledge to help individuals and communities to improve their well-being by developing effective interventions and treatment methods. It plays a role in public education by disseminating research findings, debunking myths, and providing evidence-based information to the general public.
- Working towards enhancing educational practices, optimizing workplace dynamics, and promoting healthy interpersonal and intra-personal relationships by keeping intact thecultural, racial, and gender differences ensure that psychological theories and practices are inclusive and representative of diverse populations.
- Psychology departments collaborate with other disciplines, such as neuroscience, sociology, anthropology, and education. This interdisciplinary approach allows for a broader understanding of complex phenomena and encourages integrating multiple perspectives.
- We assist the enrolled students in resolving their adjustment problems related to work-family conflicts and helping them foster professional placement through career counseling.
- We are connecting the currently enrolled students with alumni to create networking opportunities for them to learn from the experiences and insights of those who have already established careers in psychology.