The B. Sc Psychology is an undergraduate course. This course will start with a basic overview of Understanding human behavior in General psychology and Developmental psychology. Also the involved in the development of memory, language, cognition, perception, executive functions, and attention would be studied. The disorder use to study Abnormal psychology, include personality disorder, developmental disorder, and mental retardation, it would be discussed in detail.
A Pass in II PUC / 10+2 or any equivalent Course with Biological Science and Arts Background from Standard School.
Advance Course in B. Sc Psychology
Indian Students : INR 44,050.00 per year
NRI Students : USD 3120 per year
Designation: Assistant Professor
Email Id: firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualification: B.Sc, M.Sc
No of Publication: 5
Create an avenue for developing humane & efficient Mental health students from the institute. Help in developing leadership qualities among Students. Generate the group of mental health professionals who can be passionate students as well as high-quality research interest. To work hard to build the image of the institute and University. Contribute to the best of my ability to fulfil the Vision and mission goals of the Institute, the Academy.
Ms Patteswari is a passionate teacher. As the Course coordinator of the Cognitive neuroscience in Faculty of life science in JSS AHER, and she is Assistant Professor of Cognitive neuroscience and psychology, she has distinguished herself and is admired by his students. She has completed his M.Sc & M.Phil in Psychology from PSG Collge of arts and science, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, and started his career at JSS AHER in the year 2017 and currently is the Course Coordinator and Assistant Professor of Cognitive neuroscience.
Her area of interest clinical & Educational Psychology and in she has several research publications to her credit, She has Presented Research paper in many International and National conferences, She has been awarded awards at various national and international conferences and seminars and her area of academic and research interest, she prefers to work and guide the younger students in that field and help develop a band of future Research Students . She has guided 8 students for M.Sc Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience.