Dept. of Psychology
(Psychology & Mental Health Association)
March 10, 2016
Overview of the Meet
Psychology is one of the popular courses in America whereas in India it is the least preferred. Even those who study psychology are not aware of the many opportunities available in front of them.
This meet will give a broader perspective of psychology to the participants
Psychologists are innovators, evolving new ways and means to meet the changing needs of people. They are in constant research to develop theories to utilize it in their work with people from organizations and communities. Psychologists serve as consultants to communities and organizations, diagnose and treat people, and teach and work as research scientists.
In order to explore more into the field of Psychology, this meet will have 3 competitions.
Social Issue Analysis
Students can choose any one social issue published in 2006 in any newspaper and analyze it as a psychologist. Bring your entries typewritten (font 11, 1.5 space) together with the newspaper cutting. Best three entries will be awarded.
Choose a theme related to Psychology and present it creatively and artistically. Maximum 5 minutes will be allocated for a team. Best two teams will be awarded.
Select a particular indigenous or ethnic community, present the community’s worldview or unique cultural practices in any creative, innovative way. Costumes, art, music, dance or whatever possible way. Time allocated for each group would be maximum 7 minutes. Best two teams will be awarded.
09.30 - 10.00 am Registration
10.00 - 11.30 am Inaugural cum First Session
11.30 - 11.50 am Tea Break
12.00 - 01.15 pm Mime Competition
01.15 - 02.15 pm Lunch Break
O2.15 - 03.30 pm Indigenous/Ethnic Contest
03.30 - 04.15 pm Prize Distribution & Valedictory