Lots of folks are excited about diving into more advanced psychology studies. Going for a Master’s in Psychology takes that interest to the next level, giving a deeper knowledge into how the human mind works. In this article, we have mentioned top Institutes for M.A./M.Sc. Psychology in Maharashtra that can be a good option for you in order to pursue Master’s in Psychology.
M.A. /M.Sc. Psychology is a two-year postgraduate-level program. This program is the most preferable program for enthusiasts of Psychology who want to make their career in this field.
Some institutes have their own entrance exams for Master’s in Psychology. you will read everything about some of those institutions in this article.
Also Read: How to Prepare for M.A. /M.Sc. in Psychology
Here is the list of top institutes for M.A./M.Sc. Psychology situated in Maharashtra.
These are the top institutes in Maharashtra. Besides this, there are more institutes that you can choose for pursuing M.A. /M.Sc. in Psychology.
|Maniben Nanavati Women’s college
|SNDT Women’s University
TISS is in Mumbai and has branches in Tuljapur, Hyderabad, and Guwahati. It’s a famous school for social studies. It started in 1936 as Sir Dorabji Tata Graduate School of Social Work and got a new name in 1944, Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
TISS had its own entrance exam called “TISS NET” for postgraduate programs. It is important to know that Tata Institute of Social Sciences has accepted CUET-PG Entrance Exam for all their postgraduate courses including Psychology.
Also Read: All about TISS Mumbai MA Psychology Entrance
So students, who want to get into TISS Mumbai for MA Psychology will have to take CUET PG Entrance Test. CUET PG is a nationwide accepted exam that opens a single window for students to take admission in the institutions that comes under CUET across the nation.
Also Read: All about CUET-PG Psychology
Fergusson College, Pune
Fergusson College exists in Pune, Maharashtra is a very prestigious educational institution with a great history. This institute came into existence in the year 1885. Individuals know this institute for its academic excellence and contribution in different areas including Psychology. This institute serves various undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) programs that also include M.A. in Psychology.
Fergusson College also has its own entrance exam for admissions to Master’s in Psychology programs.
Eligibility: Undergraduate Degree in any discipline. Preference will be given to those students who have completed B.A./B.Sc. in Psychology as Honors /Major /Special /Principal Subjects.
No. of Question: 50
Types of Questions: Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs)
Mode of Exam: Online
Duration of the Exam: 1 Hour
Negative Marking: Negative Marking of 1/3 Marks
Mithibai College, Mumbai is an autonomous institute, affiliated with the University of Mumbai with NAAC “A” Accreditation. The institute is granted under Rashtriya Ucchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA). This institute came into existence in 1961 by Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal to address the growing need for institutions of higher education in the western suburbs of Mumbai.
Eligibility: B.A. in Psychology from the University of Mumbai with a minimum of 3 papers of 300 marks. If the candidate has passed a BA in Psychology other than at the University of Mumbai, then they must have 300 marks in 3 papers in their V and VI semesters. ABC ID is mandatory for filling out the registration form.
Maniben Nanavati Women’s college
Maniben Nanavati Women’s College was created by two visionary women, Smt. Kantaben Shah (1916-1981) and Smt. Sunitaben Sheth (1924-2012), who were the leaders of the Managing Committee.
Eligibility: Graduation in Psychology from a recognized university. Students from other subjects should have completed 8 courses of 4 credits each with at least one course of Psychology practical of 4 credits at graduation.
SNDT Women’s University
SNDT Women’s University came into existence in the year 1916 by Maharshi Dr. Dhondo Keshav Karve with the motive of education for women. The university functions towards changing social-economics needs and making education attainable for women in both formal and non-formal modes.
Eligibility: Bachelor’s in Psychology from SNDT Women’s University or any other university recognized by University Grants Commissions (UGC)
Note: Students of other sources should complete the graduation with the completion of 8 courses of 4 credits and at least one practical course of 4 credits.
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