ANish Institute of Psychological Studies

ANish Institute of Psychological Studies

Offers short courses for students and professionals who are interested in understanding human psychology to improve their personal and professional lives as well as to enhance their knowledge about themselves and others around them.

Our mission is to create a better planet and contribute to better mental health all over the world.

Institute launched its;

  • Distance learning programs
  • Chronicle/ e-Journal of the primary, middle, secondary, and higher level.
  • Payable fees for study.
  • Virtual counseling centers in institutes.
  • Students study groups

Why chose IPS?

  • It’s committed to educational excellence
  • Social and Psychological Improvements
  • Research focused
  • Cost-effective
  • The select quota for exceptional individuals also fees concession.

How to get admission?

List of eligible students five may

Admit card May 12

Test 14 May

Merit list of successful candidates June 1

Interviews on June 5

Provisional admission from June 12

Semester start from June 14

Academic calender

1st trimester starts from June 14 to October 1.

The examination starts from October 5 to October 14.

trimester break from October 15 to October 30.

2nd trimester begins from November 1 to February 5.

The examination starts from February 14 to February 21.

Trimester break from February 22 to March 15.

Selection process

Calendar

Brief description of courses

Course: Prerequisite Qualification Course work

Admission form

Lectures

PsychTalks

Awareness Programs

Psychoeducation

Community Outreach of ANISP Students and Teachers.

Professional workshops on psychosocial issues and their psychological management.

Psychological assistance for a psychological portion of competitive examinations

Course overview

Introduction to psychology

  • Introduction
  • Nature of psychology
  • Biological and developmental processes
  • Consciousness & perception
  • Learning, Remembering & Thinking
  • Motivation & Emotions
  • Personality & Individuality
  • Stress, health, and coping
  • Social Behavior
  • Issues, Solutions & future

Developmental Psychology

  • Introduction
  • Infancy & early childhood
  • Middle childhood & Adolescence
  • Early & Middle Adulthood
  • Late Adulthood & end of life
  • Issues & future

Educational Psychology

  • Introduction
  • Educational psychology: A tool for effective teaching
  • Cognitive and language development
  • Social contexts & socioemotional development
  • Individual variations
  • Sociocultural diversity
  • Special education
  • Motivation, teaching & learning
  • Managing the classroom
  • Classroom assessment
  • Issues & future

Health Psychology

  • Introduction
  • Origin
  • Health behavior & primary prevention
  • Stress & coping
  • Management of pain & discomfort
  • Management of chronic illness & terminal illness
  • Towards the future

Cultural Psychology

  • Introduction
  • Ethnocentrism
  • Prejudice and stereotypes
  • Culture and basic psychological processes
  • Enculturation
  • Culture & Gender
  • Culture & Health
  • Culture & Emotions
  • Culture, Language & Communication
  • Culture, Self & Personality
  • Culture & Social Behavior
  • Culture & Organizations
  • Issues, solutions, and future

Industrial and Organizational Psychology

  • Introduction
  • Job analysis, evaluation
  • Legal issues in employee selection
  • Evaluating selection techniques and decisions
  • Organizational Communication
  • Leadership
  • Group behavior, Teams & Conflict
  • Organization Development
  • Issues & Future

Consumer Psychology

  • Introduction
  • Consumer decision- making the process
  • Personality
  • Attitudes
  • Lifestyles, values, and culture.
  • Issues and future.

Forensic Psychology

  • Introduction
  • Techniques of criminal investigations:
  • Profiling, psychological autopsies, Hypnosis & lie detection
  • Insanity & Competency
  • Child custody and related decisions
  • Death Penalty trials & appeals
  • Influencing public policy
  • Issues and future

Theories of Personality

  • Introduction
  • Psychodynamic theories
  • Humanistic / Existential theories
  • Dispositional theories
  • Learning theories
  • Issues & future

Abnormal psychology

  • Introduction
  • Problems of stress & Anxiety
  • Problems of mood
  • Problems of mind & body
  • Life span problems
  • Legal issues
  • Conclusion
  • Issues & Future

Counseling Psychology

  • Introduction
  • Counselor: Person & professional
  • Ethical issues in counseling practice
  • Theories and techniques of counseling
  • Integration & application.
  • Issues & future

Research Methodology

  • Introduction
  • Principles of test construction
  • Measurement, item construction, Item writing, item analysis
  • Reliability & validity
  • Norms and test skills, response set in test scores.
  • Principles of measurement —- intelligence, aptitude & achievement
  • Measurement of personality
  • Projective techniques
  • Issues & Future

Cost-effective

IPS charges very reasonable fees for all available courses of psychological studies, to provide equal opportunities for all students.

As well as scholarships (Need-based & Excellence) are also available for students & professionals. The special quota for mentally, behaviorally, or physically challenged persons is also available.

Facilities

  • The institute is defined as the academic and research place where hope, motivation, positivity, and creativity are the core values.
  • Students are provided customized usage of internet-connected resources.
  • The ANish offline library has more than enough for students’ requirements, i.e., 40,000+ documents, pdfs, epub & DjVu.
  • Student advisors and counselors for students having academic and non-academic issues. Where confidentiality is our core value, and professionals try their best to solve their problems and issues.

Academic programs

  • Programs offered at the institute are theoretical and practical and require students to participate actively.
  • Students are provided opportunities to carry out training in psychological learning, teaching, and research skills under supervision, thereby gaining valuable experience.

The programs offered are;

1) Certificate in Psychological studies (12 months) part-time

2) Competitive examination preparation in Psychology and psychological interview preparation, group discussions, and study circles. (4 months) part-time.

3) Certificate programs in life’s skills (12 months) part-time

4) Short courses on following courses (3 months)

  • Psychology        
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Cross-cultural Psychology
  • Cultural Psychology
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Differential Psychology
  • Ecological Psychology
  • Evolutionary Psychology
  • Experimental Psychology
  • Neuropsychology Psychology
  • Personality Psychology
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Psychophysics
  • Psychophysiology
  • Social Psychology
  • Theoretical Psychology
  • Applied psychology        
  • Applied behavior analysis
  • Assessment of Psychology
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Community Psychology
  • Consumer Psychology
  • Counseling Psychology
  • Critical Psychology
  • Educational Psychology
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Health Psychology
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Legal Psychology
  • Media Psychology
  • Military Psychology
  • Occupational Health Psychology
  • Pastoral Psychology
  • Political Psychology
  • Psychometrics
  • Psychotherapy
  • Psychology of Religion
  • School Psychology
  • Sport and Exercise Psychology

How to get registered?

Selection process:

  1. Review of the candidates’ previous academic record.
  2. Test
  3. Interview.

Calendar:

All other details are mentioned in IPS Prospectus

You can get it here from ANish store

Have any queries about IPS you can contact us through our contact page, and you can email directly through the following email id.

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