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Semester 1
Freshers' Orientation
Academic Curriculum
Department Activities
College Activities
Thank you
to the
Department of Psychology
Department Union
Department of Psychology

Expected Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:

Gain a command over the discipline's major theoretical perspectives and the practical application of major concepts.
Acquire skills to design and conduct psychological research.
Effectively communicate psychological information in written and oral form.
Use psychological concepts for gaining insight into the self and for personal growth.
Acquire a solid foundation for more advanced studies in the discipline or embark on a psychology related career.

Distribution of Marks & Attendance
Main Papers

Maximum Marks 100 Marks
Theory Exams 75 Marks
Internal Assessment 25 Marks
Teaching per Week 5 lectures + 1 Tutorial
Practicum 100 Marks

Concurrent Courses

Maximum Marks 100 Marks
Theory Exams 75 Marks
Internal Assessment 25 Marks
Teaching per Week 4 lectures + 1 Tutorial
In our department, we have separate teams, each with its own set of responsibilities: 
Editorial Board
Book Documentary and Reading Club (BDR)
Design Team
Publicity Team
Photography Team
Logistics Team
A class representative helps communication between the faculty, the department union and the class.

National Service Scheme (NSS)

NSS at LSR seeks to provide its volunteers the opportunity to work in NGOs and be a part of the change they envision for the society. 20 Projects work in collaboration with NSS,LSR. Requirement: 120 hours over 1 year.

National Cadet Corps (NCC)

NCC is a Tri-Services Organisation comprising the Army, Navy and Air Force, engaged in grooming the youth – ‘The Leaders of Tomorrow’ – into disciplined and patriotic citizens.

National Sports Organisation( NSO)

NSO provides participation in a wide range of sports. LSR is the only college in the University to host an Annual Sports Meet and an Annual Cross Country Run. Requirement: 150 hours over 3 years.

Compulsory Co-Curricular Activities
Public Speaking Society
Western Music Society
Indian Music Society
Dance Society
Dramatics Society
World University Service

Women’s Development Cell
Alumna Cell
Placement Cell
Spic Macay
Creative Writing Society
Year 1
College Societies
Paper 1: Foundations of Psychology
Paper 2: Statistical Methods for Psychological Research I
Paper 3: Concurrent – Qualifying Language
Psychology Hons. Syllabus
Year 2
Year 3
Semester 3
Paper 7: Psychological Research
Paper 8: Practicum II
Paper 9 : Concurrent – Interdisciplinary
Semester 4
Paper 10: Emergence and Growth of Psychology
Paper 11: Statistical Methods for Psychological Research II
Paper 12: Social Psychology
Paper 13: Concurrent – Discipline Centered I
Paper 14: Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Paper 15: Abnormal Psychology I
Paper 16: Practicum III
Paper 17: Child and Adolescent Development
Paper 18: Abnormal Psychology-II
Paper 19: Counselling Psychology
Paper 20: Project/Field Study (Report)/Human Resource
Management/ Psychology of Heath and Well-Being
Paper 21: Concurrent – Discipline Centered II
Semester 5
Semester 6
Time Table
Kanishka Singh
Aarti Polavarapu
Manveen Kaur
JULY 2015 TO DECEMBER 2015 (Semester I)

Classes begin 20th July 2015

Field Work/ Project Work/ Excursion/ Co-Curricular Activities 21st October to 25th October 2015

Dispersal of Classes, Preparation Leave and Practical Examinations begin 13th November 2015

Theory Examinations begin 26th November 2015

Winter Break 19th December 2015 to 3rd January 2016

For the Academic Calender January 2016 - May 2016 (Semester II), visit the DU Website or refer to the Department Handbook

Academic Calender
Lab Rules
Minimum attendance requirement for eligibility in examinations is 66.66% in theory as well as practical papers.
The Student ID must be carried at all times to college
. It not only permits admission in the college premises, but also allows issuing of books, manuals, journals, and other materials, in both the college and department library.

The Psychology department maintains its own library. The books may be issued against your student ID card and
returned within a week.

Whenever any material is issued from the Lab,
put in your details
in the student issue register, complete with details of the material issued and date of issue.

Students are
not permitted to issue manuals and other testing materials from the laboratory overnight
. The needed photocopies of the books and manuals are to be made within college premises, without damaging the aforementioned material in any way.

do not have access to previous year’s practical files and reports
. These are maintained in the department purely for record keeping and students are not to acquire them for reference.
Plagiarism is not tolerated.

may issue previous years’ dissertations and projects
for reference. These must also be returned, in their original condition
within a week

The department
does not allow usage of pen drives in the department’s Computer Lab
. The systems must be handled with utmost care and cannot be used for personal or non-academic purposes.

Students are expected to keep the department
neat and tidy
at all times. Littering, carrying food to labs is not allowed.

Upcoming Events
Major upcoming events:

Freshers’ Day
August 2015
Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) September
Zeal August- September
Positive Psychology Symposium
January 2015

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