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Top Alumni

Sr.No. Name of the alumni Positions Held Contact Details
1 Ratnakar Wagh Industrial Psychologist 9867372111
2 Dr. S.S. Kolhe API, C.I.D, Nasik 9823788077
3 Dr. P.V. Rasal Principal, M.V.P.'s Trimbakeshwar College 9421605704
4 Dr. Murnal Bhardwaj Dean of Humanities Mahatma Gandhi Vidya Mandir LVH College Panchavati and Head of the Department of Psychology and Research Centre 9764918400
5 Dr. Ashwinikumar Bhardwaj Former Principal BRD women’s college Nasik 9423177739
6 Dr. Limbare Sameer Assistant Professor, Mahila College, Nashik Road
7 Dr. Deshmukh Narandra Assistant Professor, LVH College, Nashik 9422945994
8 Kamankar Vijay Assistant Professor, KTHM College, Nashik 8446156040
9 Dr. Nikam Ramesh Assistant Professor, PVH Mahila College, Malegaon 8275586345
10 Dr. Pawar Prafull Research Assistant, Mumbai University. 9423149236
11 Dr. Chavan Kishor Associate Professor, MVP B. Ed College, Nashik
12 Nawale Sanjay Assistant Professor, Shrirampur college 942345180
13 Dr. Vilas Kamble Asst. Professor, GDC Bytco College, Nashikroad 9822819715
14 Jaimala A Sode Assistant Professor 9960495687
15 Dr. Yogesh Wankhede Director, Mindsearch Counseling Centre, Nashik 9881168509
16 Neeraj Kulkarni Counselor, Hyderabad.
17 Harbindar Singh Retd. Brigadier, Hariyana 9820515428
18 Sangita Ubale Researcher, Indore.
19 Gatkal Archana Assistant Professor, Ashok College, Nashik
20 Dr. Freda Assistant Professor, Goa. 8459468294
21 Uniyal Ruby Assistant Professor, KTHM College, Nashik 9422979416
22 Gosavi Subhangi Assistant Professor Wavre college, Nashik 9423981501
23 Dyneshwar Pawar Assistant Professor, Bhonsal College, Nashik 9922155418
24 Adsare Vishnu Assistant Professor, Satara college 9975178330
25 Dr. Sing Bhupendra Assistant Professor, Pune
26 Dr. Mali Sandip Assistant Professor, Niphad College, Nashik 9423573949
27 Khare Satish Cooperative Register Maharashtra, Nashik 9422765450
28 Sangle Vishal Clinical Psychologist, Pune 9823528572
29 Prakash Gite PSI, Nashik 9594979363
30 Leena Chakravorty Principal in Bhonsal School, Nasik. 7588306927
31 Dipti Sule Homeopathic Doctor,Nashik 9823967805
32 Gosavi Hetal Counselor, Pune
33 Joshi Pankaj Assistant Professor, B.Ed. college, Nashik
34 Malve Chhaya Assistant Professor 9309793939
35 Mali Govind Jr. College teacher MVP, Nashik 9822901969
36 Chandak Pratibha Counselor, Nashik
37 Phekhale Mohan D. Ed College (Vice Prin.) MVP, Nashik
38 Kavita Gadge Psycho-oncologist
39 Lisa Joe Clinical Psychologist, Mind care Institute of MHBH, Thane 9545386182
40 Niyati Murdeshwar School Counselor, Mumbai
41 Zeel Khinkhabwala MS, USA
42 Akwshay Jadhav MS, Canada
43 Vaishali Balajiwale Media Editor 9422767624
44 Devdatta Purohit Regional Manager, Reliance Industries, Bharoch 9824502078
45 Ajay Thakare Asst. Professor, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik 8698387277
46 Ashwini Kedare Asst. Professor, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik 8446242154
47 Rupali Khairnar Asst. Professor, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik 9527013811
48 Mr. Pravin Dengare Clinical Psychologist. 8007270019
49 Anagha Choudhari Psychologist, Symboisis Institute, Nashik 9011058787
50 Kalyani S. Kale School Counselor, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Nashik 8830212739
51 Harshita Brahmankar Film Director, Mumbai 9665602442
52 Bhupinder Singh Asst. Prof. Vishwakarma University, Pune 9689110616
53 Rakesh More Asst. Prof., HOD, Garware College, Pune 9527093350
54 Ganesh Panpatil Asst. Prof. MVP's Satpur College, Nashik 8975500868
55 Jayasri Patil Asst. Prof. HOD, V. N. Naik College, Nashik 9890917980
56 Mandar Pawar Psychologist, Nashiik 9922367990
57 Sunita Adhikari Counsellor, USA
58 Kalyani Gharpure Researcher, USA
59 Chidanand Patil Counsellor, Sangali 7588064720
60 Soni Narvani Asst. Prof., Malad, Mumbai 9821104546
61 Iswar Patil Asst. Prof., HOD, Bhenda, A'Nagar 9921771223
62 Pawar Vandana Asst. Prof., SNDT College, Mumbai
63 Patil Kavita Assistant Professor, B. Ed College, Nashik 8329516134
64 Dr. Vishal Sangale Brain berg Knowledge services Pune 9823528572
65 Dr. Anat Gaikwad Counsellor and Doctor Nashik 9923430860
66 Dr. Shailendra Gaikwad Hypnotherapist and Counsellor Nashik 9890141061
67 Dr. Mayuri Ande Homeopathist and Counselor Nashik 9423027180
68 Mukul Chaudhari Lecturer KTHM College 7775853988
69 Vikram Rasal Asst. Prof. Junner College Pune 8275072304
70 Charulata Kapoor HR & Industrial Counsellor
71 Ravina Bafna Entrepreneur 9552021731
72 Dr. Irfan Khan Asst. Professor, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik, Clinical Counselor 9975997867
73 Komal Shinde Assistant Professor, LVH College, Nashik 7447548783
74 Nimra Pathan Assistant Professor, LVH College, Nashik 8459496128
75 Kajal Dhikale Counsellor and PRO Samta Blood Bank Nashik 7028461768
76 Gorakh Gaykar Engineer at SUYOJIT Nashik 9637913625
77 Manisha Aher Gynaecologist & Counsellor 9689939603
78 Pramod Wagh Counsellor and Administrative Executive in Hospital 8983564116
79 Dr. Tanaji Chavan Working in Sandharbha Hospital, Nashik 9822740508
80 Nikhil Nikumbha HR & Executive in Industry 9028122863
81 Nilesh Gangurde HR & Executive in Industry 9657087814
82 Siddhesh Sinnarkar HR & Executive in Industry 9623659858
83 Gaurav Pagare JRF Scholar 7507533846
84 Rishikesh Sapke Counselor at Sarathya Rehabilitation Centre 7507848998

Highlights of the Department

  • Oldest Department of Psychology affiliated to SPPU established in the year 1976
  • First Post Graduate Department in Psychology in Nasik District affiliated to SPPU established in the year 1989
  • Only department in Psychology offering Ty BSc psychology programme affiliated to SPPU
  • Ph.D. affiliated research centre in psychology affiliated to SPPU established in the year 2013
  • Academic Excellence
  • Well-equipped Laboratory
  • Skill development
  • Research Orientation of the Faculty members
  • Student Engagement
  • Holistic Development
  • Guidance and Counselling
  • Meritorious Students and Alumni

Programmes Run by the Department:

Name of the Programme POs PSOs
B.A.
  • Acquire knowledge with theoretical and practical knowledge related with the subject such as Language, Psychology, Geography, History, Economics, Political Science.
  • Identify the basic disciplinary knowledge of conventional disciplines and its applications, in the modern world to solve non familiar problems and apply learning to real life situations.
  • Enhance communication. Skills such as reading, listening, writing, speaking for expressing themselves effectively in real and virtual world with capability to use ICT.
  • Analyse with critical thinking and using higher order cognitive abilities for solving problems, related with their social environments and implementing feasible solutions.
  • Appreciate and understand the importance of Scientific solutions in social, political economic contexts and understand the need for sustainable development.
  • Understand and apply the need of research, in the respective disciplines / subjects and developing awareness about research related aspects such as data collection and analysis inquire and question, plan and implement the results of research in the field or otherwise under the guidance of research supervisor.
  • Acquire the importance of mental, moral, intellectual, social, aesthetic development of an individual for a healthy society and equity centred national development.
  • Acquire and develop appropriate work ethics with personal and professional skills to work in collaboration with the team as well as independently.
  • Acquire the ability to work independently, "learning how to learn" for participative in learning throughout the life aiming at personal development through knowledge and acquiring skills.
  • Acquire knowledge about diversified cultures and engage with multicultural diverse groups.
  • Function independently by identifying resources for managing a task till completion.
  • Understand the fundamentals concepts of Psychology.
  • Acquire introductory knowledge for the course like Social Psychology, Experimental psychology and research methodology, Health Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and Industrial & Organizational Psychology.Empower to measure Interest, Intelligence, Aptitude, Personality, Adjustment skills etc.
  • Empower to measure Interest, Intelligence, Empower to measure Interest, Intelligence,Aptitude, Personality, Adjustment skills etc.
  • Develop the skills of Counselling, Research competencies and Health enhancing behavioural.
  • Apply the knowledge of psychology in different walks of life.
  • Acquire and develop appropriate work ethics with personal and professional skills to work in collaboration with the team as well as independently.
B.Sc. Psychology
  • Gain a through knowledge and understanding concept and principle in all science subjects.
  • Identify the basic disciplinary knowledge of conventional disciplines and its applications, in the modern world to solve non familiar problems and apply learning to real life situations.
  • Communicate the subject knowledge in a clear simple manner in writing and oral.
  • Identify the given problem and apply theories assumptions for solving the same related to the real-life situation.
  • Plan, execute, interpret and report the results of the experiments in investigate.
  • Work effectively and respectfully as team member of the classroom, laboratory and field-based situations.
  • Correlate the ideas, evidences and experiences to analyse and interpret the scientific information with learned scientific reasoning.
  • Get sensibly aware with the subject facts that can be applied for the society.
  • Apply modern library search tools to locate, retrieve and evaluate subject- related information.
  • Identify the subject resources required for the project and manage different project.
  • Inculcate continuous learning habit through multiple techniques.
  • Understand the fundamentals concepts of Psychology.
  • Acquire introductory knowledge for the course like Social Psychology, Experimental psychology and research methodology, Health Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and Industrial & Organizational Psychology.
  • Empower to measure Interest, Intelligence, Empower to measure Interest, Intelligence,Aptitude, Personality, Adjustment skills etc.
  • Develop the skills of Counselling, Research competencies and Health enhancing behavioural.
  • Apply the knowledge of psychology in different walks of life.
  • Acquire and develop appropriate work ethics with personal and professional skills to work in collaboration with the team as well as independently.
M.A. Psychology
  • Acquire in depth knowledge in literature, Humanities and Social Sciences with appropriate theoretical and practical base.
  • Acquire the ability to think critically making them sensitive and sensible enough to solve issues related with mankind.
  • Acquire knowledge about research methods, involving development of research framework, collecting data. Quantitative and qualitative analysis and presenting research findings rationally.
  • Augment effective communication skills for applying the same in their careers.
  • Facilitate ability for innovative thinking and bridging the gap between theory and practice.
  • Contribute as a responsible citizen and able to work with dedication and involvement for the community.
  • Develop rational thinking to conduct professional analysis of social processes.
  • Develop higher order cognitive skills and abilities for applying the knowledge of the
  • subjects in the practical field.
  • Demonstrate Intercultural awareness, with Sociocultural sensitivity.
  • Collaborate successfully with others individually and in teams
  • Demonstrate and channelize the interests in a better way to be a lifelong learner with independent thinking in the context of socio-technological changes.
  • Understand the concepts and fundamentals of various branches of Psychology.
  • Describe the scope and domain of cognitive psychology, psychometrics, Research Methodology, psychological assessment, Psychopathology, Psychodiagnostics, Counseling process and skills, research projects and case studies.
  • Evaluate and analyse the knowledge of Psychology in various fields.
  • Empower to link the current trends in Psychology with practical applications.
  • Develop the skills of Counseling, Research competencies and Health enhancing Behaviour.
  • Apply the knowledge of psychology in different walks of life.

Under Graduate: F.Y. B.A.

Course No. Subject Code Sem-I CO
1.
  • UAPSY-11221
  • Foundations of Psychology Semester-I
  • Understand the basic psychological processes of an individual.
  • Ability to evaluate Cognitive domains, emotions of an individual
  • Understand the role of emotions & motivation in Conflict resolving skills.
  • Conceptualize personality & intelligence in holistic way.
  • Critically evaluate symptoms, and treatments of various types of psychological disorders
  • Associates psychological tests, intelligence, aptitude, and personality.
Course No. Subject Code Sem-II CO
1.
  • UAPSY-11222
  • Introduction to social psychology II
  • Understand the basic relationship of Individual with society.
  • Understand the importance of interpersonal relations, love and aggression in social world.
  • Work on Decision making process, Team building and group dynamics in outer world.
  • Apply the concepts of social Psychology for the community.
  • Predict outcomes of social situations by applying principles social psychology.

Under Graduate: S.Y. B.A.

Course No. Subject Code Sem-III CO
1.
  • UAPSY-23221
  • Psychology of Abnormal Behaviour SEC-1A
  • Understand the basic psychological processes of an individual.
  • Ability to evaluate Cognitive domains, emotions of an individual
  • Understand the role of emotions & motivation in Conflict resolving skills.
  • Conceptualize personality & intelligence in holistic way.
  • Critically evaluate symptoms, and treatments of various types of psychological disorders
  • Associates psychological tests, intelligence, aptitude, and personality.
2.
  • UAPSY-23222
  • Developmental Psychology DSC-A1
  • Understand a comprehensive, rigorous and systematic treatment of centrally important theories of personality.
  • Understand biological, cognitive, and socio-emotional processes.
  • Apply various theories of lifespan development.
  • Analyse various methods of data collection and research designs used in Life-span development research.
  • Summarize the developmental tasks of early and late childhood.
  • Identify the characteristics of puberty and adolescence.
3.
  • UAPSY-23223
  • Health Psychology DSE-2A
  • Understand core concepts of happiness, human strength, and psychological well-being.
  • Apply the knowledge of positive psychology to enhance psychological well-being.
  • Analyse the factors affecting happiness and psychological well-being
  • Critically apply the factors supporting to resilience.
  • Identify and implement the stress relaxation techniques in daily life
4.
  • UAPSY-23224
  • Health Promotion Life Skills SEC-2A
  • Understand the relationship between psycho-social factors and physical health
  • Develop the psycho social behaviour pattern for better health management
  • Promotion health behaviour and well-being at large in society.
  • Critically apply the factors supporting to resilience.
  • Critically apply the factors supporting to resilience
  • Scientific study of optimal human functioning to help people flourish.
  • Identify and implement the stress relaxation techniques in daily life.
Course No. Subject Code Sem-Iv CO
1.
  • UAPSY-24221
  • PSYCHOLOGY OF ABNORMAL BEHAVIOUR SEC-1B
  • Understand various types of mental disorders.
  • Obtain knowledge about the causes, symptoms, and treatments of various types of psychological disorders.
  • Critically evaluate possible causes of psychological disorders
  • Create awareness about mental health issues in society.
  • Classify various mental disorders.
  • Analyse and suggest psychological interventions for Abnormal behavior.
2.
  • UAPSY-24222
  • THEORIES OF PERSONALITY DSE-B1
  • Understand a comprehensive, rigorous and systematic treatment of centrally important theories of personality.
  • Observe and interpret individual differences in behavior in the light of sound theoretical systems of personality.
  • Critically evaluate various personalities’ theories.
  • Apply the personality theories in different walks of life.
  • Infer from field and limited domain theory.
  • Rephrase the personality theories for understanding psychopathology.
3.
  • UAPSY-24223
  • POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY DSE-2B
  • Understand the concepts of Positive Psychology.
  • Explain the concepts such as optimism, resilience, wellbeing happiness etc.
  • Describe the history of Positive Psychology and its relationship to traditional psychology.
  • Apply positive Psychology interventions for better wellbeing.
  • Demonstrate comprehension of basic research and current theories of positive Psychology.
4.
  • UAPSY-24224
  • Basic Counselling Skills SEC-2B
  • Develop various counselling skills.
  • Make use of counselling skill in a counselling situation.
  • Judge counselling skills in various situation.
  • Critically evaluate procedure and evaluation of psychological test
  • Predict the result of psychological test by using counselling skill.
  • Explore counselling process.

Under Graduate: T.Y. B.A.

Course No. Subject Code Sem-v CO
1.
  • UAPSY-3227
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Describe the concept of industrial and organizational psychology, selection and training, evaluation and motivation at workplace.
  • Explain job profile, job analysis, recruitment techniques and employee training.
  • Identify and classify the appraisal rating system.
  • Compare different theories of motivation.
  • Evaluate the training programme and job performance.
2.
  • UAPSY-3227
  • Psychological Testing (Theory) + (1) Testing Project S3
  • Describe the concept of psychological test, reliability, validity and norms.
  • Classify and categorize psychological tests, reliability- validity-norms types.
  • Evaluate the types of norms.
  • Conduct testing project for behaviour analysis.
3.
  • Psychological Tests + (1) Statistics
  • Describe mapping of human behaviour. Explain general ability testing, personality, adjustment and attitude.
  • Identify and classify the intellectual ability and personality patterns.
  • Describe the history of Positive Psychology and its relationship to traditional psychology.
  • Conduct testing and evaluate intellectual ability, personality traits, adjustment and attitudes of participant.
  • Analyse statistical methods employed in behaviour analysis.
4.
  • UAPSY-3229
  • Personality Development-1
  • Describe the concept of personality.
  • Identify and classify various personality traits.
  • Correlate real life behavioural patterns with theoretical assumptions.
  • Apply psychological skills in daily life situations.
Course No. Subject Code Sem-v CO
1.
  • UAPSY-3227
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Describe the concept of industrial and organizational psychology, selection and training, evaluation and motivation at workplace.
  • Explain job profile, job analysis, recruitment techniques and employee training.
  • Identify and classify the appraisal rating system.
  • Compare different theories of motivation.
  • Evaluate the training programme and job performance.
2.
  • UAPSY-3227
  • Psychological Testing (Theory) + (1) Testing Project S3
  • Describe the concept of psychological test, reliability, validity and norms.
  • Classify and categorize psychological tests, reliability- validity-norms types.
  • Evaluate the types of norms.
  • Conduct testing project for behaviour analysis.
3.
  • Psychological Tests + (1) Statistics
  • Describe mapping of human behaviour.Explain general ability testing, personality, adjustment and attitude.
  • Identify and classify the intellectual ability and personality patterns.
  • Describe the history of Positive Psychology and its relationship to traditional psychology.
  • Conduct testing and evaluate intellectual ability, personality traits,adjustment and attitudes of participant.
  • Analyse statistical methods employed in behaviour analysis.
4.
  • UAPSY-3229
  • Personality Development-1
  • Describe the concept of personality.
  • Identify and classify various personality traits.
  • Correlate real life behavioural patterns with theoretical assumptions.
  • Apply psychological skills in daily life situations.
Course No. Subject Code Sem-vI CO
1.
  • UAPSY-32229
  • Applied Psychology
  • Describe the concept of applied psychology, educational psychology, family structure and developmental patterns.
  • Know the clinical psychology related mechanisms, social issues, and criminal behavior.
  • Classify the intellectual ability, abnormality, criminal behavior.
  • Evaluate the interpersonal relations.
  • Apply psychological remedies to assess abnormal behaviour, to tackle the social issues to the problematic behaviour.
2.
  • UAPSY-32229
  • Experimental Psychology (Theory) + (1) Research Project
  • Describe the process of experiment in psychology, concept of psychophysics.
  • Identify and classify the learning system, methods of psychophysics.
  • Conduct research-based project.
3.
  • Psychological Experiments + 1 Statistics
  • Psychological Experiments + 1 Statistics
  • Explain psychophysics, various cognitive processes of human being.
  • Classify and compare psychological experiments.
  • Conduct laboratory experiments.
  • Analyse statistical base of human behaviour.
4.
  • Personality Development 2
  • Describe the concept of self-esteem and personality development
  • Identify and classify behavioural assessment techniques.

Under Graduate: F.Y. B.Sc. – Psychology

Course No. Subject Code Sem-I CO
1.
  • UGPSY-111
  • Foundations of Psychology
  • Restate the basic psychological processes and their applications in day-to-day life.
  • Develop the ability to evaluate the cognitive processes.
  • Differentiate the importance of motivation and emotion of the individual.
  • Differentiate the personality and intelligence of the individuals by developing their psychological Processes and abstract potentials.
  • Examine learning, and memory of an individual.
  • Formulate the pattern of human behaviour in the society.
2.
  • UGPSY-112
  • Experimental Psychology
  • Summarize basic concepts of Experimental Psychology.
  • Estimate the different methods of psychophysics, learning, and reaction time.
  • Associates psychological tests, intelligence, aptitude, and personality.
  • Illustrate the test for specific issues in day-to-day life.
  • Judge the experimental processes.
  • Critically evaluation of the experimental psychological processes.
3.
  • UGPSY-113
  • Psychology Practical: Experiments
  • Explain the students with the basic concepts of Experiments in Psychology.
  • Acquaint the students how to conduct the experiments and relate their practical applications.
  • Relate human behavioral and mental processes through experiments
  • Develop basic knowledge of elementary statistics.
  • Apply the statistical methods and interpret the values.
Course No. Subject Code Sem-I CO
1.
  • UGPSY-111
  • Foundations of Psychology
  • Restate the basic psychological processes and their applications in day-to-day life.
  • Develop the ability to evaluate the cognitive processes.
  • Differentiate the importance of motivation and emotion of the individual.
  • Differentiate the personality and intelligence of the individuals by developing their psychological Processes and abstract potentials.
  • Examine learning, and memory of an individual.
  • Formulate the pattern of human behaviour in the society.
2.
  • UGPSY-112
  • Experimental Psychology
  • Summarize basic concepts of Experimental Psychology.
  • Estimate the different methods of psychophysics, learning, and reaction time.
  • Associates psychological tests, intelligence, aptitude, and personality.
  • Illustrate the test for specific issues in day-to-day life.
  • Judge the experimental processes.
  • Critically evaluation of the experimental psychological processes.
3.
  • UGPSY-113
  • Psychology Practical: Experiments
  • Explain the students with the basic concepts of Experiments in Psychology.
  • Acquaint the students how to conduct the experiments and relate their practical applications.
  • Relate human behavioral and mental processes through experiments
  • Develop basic knowledge of elementary statistics.
  • Apply the statistical methods and interpret the values.
Course No. Subject Code Sem-II CO
1.
  • UGPSY-121
  • Introduction to Social Psychology
  • Extend the basics of social psychology.
  • Estimate the nature of self, the concept of attitude, and prejudice of theindividual.
  • Differentiate the importance of motivation and emotion of the individual.
  • Assess the interactional processes, love, and aggression in our day-to-day life.
  • Estimate group dynamics and individuals in the social world.
  • Compare and contrast the major theories, concepts, empirical findings, methods and techniques used in social psychology.
  • Enhancement of pro-social behaviour,social cognition and self-regulation to maintain social health.
2.
  • UGPSY-122
  • Psychological Testing
  • Distinguish the basics of psychological testing.
  • Distinguish and assessing human abilities.
  • Associates and evaluate behaviour analysis.
  • Develop basic knowledge of elementary statistics.
  • Evaluate practical implementation of the psychological testing in real life.
  • Rate the statistical methods and evaluate the results of testing.
3.
  • UGPSY-123
  • Psychology Practical: Tests
  • Understand with the basic concepts of Tests in Psychology.
  • Infer how to administer the tests and to relate their practical applications.Understanding the in-depth process of developing psychometric tools.
  • Introduce the students to basic knowledge of elementary statistics.
  • Associate and evaluate human abilities through psychological testing.
  • Develop and identify the accurate selection of psychological test.
  • Evaluate practical implementation ofthe psychological testing in real life.

Under Graduate: S.Y. B.Sc. - Psychology

Course No. Subject Code Sem-III CO
1.
  • UGPSY-23201
  • Psychology of Adjustment
  • Interpret the range of psychological experiences associated with certain life events and transitions.
  • Critically analyse determinates of stress, coping and adaption, trauma and recovery.
  • Formulate the behavioral patterns to improve adjustment in different areas Of human life.
  • Evaluate how mal-adjustment affects mental health.
  • Develop the perspective of adjustment in term of coping up with the stress.
  • Critically discuss individual,community, and cultural differences.
2.
  • UGPSY-23202
  • Research Methodology in behavioural sciences
  • Acquaint students with different research concepts and the importance of Research Methodology.
  • Summarize the methods of research used in behavioural sciences.
  • Evaluate the types of norms.
  • Encourage students to undertake behavioural & social research activities.
  • Infer fundamental knowledge about various research types.
  • Create View point towards high level mental processing.
  • Analyse methods in research for solving society relevant Problems.
3.
  • UGPSY-23203
  • Psychological practical- Tests and Group Testing
  • Infer students with the basic concepts of psychological tests.
  • Acquaint the students how to administer the psychological tests.
  • Formulate Psychological experiments and tests in day-to-day life.
  • Understand the process of utilizing psychological Tests or a data collection tool and interpretation of tests values.
  • Construct and design, conduct and report of Laboratory experiments.
  • Correlate Psychological experiments and tests in day-to-day life.
Course No. Subject Code Sem-IV CO
1.
  • UGPSY-24201
  • Health Psychology
  • Understand the relationship betweenpsycho-social factors and physical health.
  • Develop the psycho-social behaviour pattern for better health management.
  • Evaluate different components of health.
  • Improve awareness of psychological causes of chronic illnesses.
  • Critically evaluate barriers to health behaviour.
  • Promoting health behaviour and well-being at large in society.
2.
  • UGPSY-24202
  • Psychological testing
  • To acquaint the students with testing and assessment.
  • To familiarize statement with application of psychological testing in the field of educational counseling.
  • Explore the uses of psychological assessment in business and careers.
  • Summaries the application of psychological assessment in family and social settings.
  • Explore the need of development o psychometric tools for diagnosing problem in different areas.
  • Utilizing assessment tools in mental health and clinical settings.
3.
  • UGPSY-24203
  • Psychological practical and group testing
  • Describe and mapping human behaviour.
  • Administer various psychometric tools on individuals as well as group testing.
  • Understanding the process of group testing and report writing.
  • Associate and evaluate human abilities through psychological testing.
  • Relate psychological testing with psychological counselling and psychotherapies.
  • Identifying research scopes with the help of psychological assessment.

Under Graduate: T.Y. B.Sc. - Psychology

Course No. Subject Code Sem-V CO
1.
  • UGSPSY-35201
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Explain the major concepts,theoretical perspective and the fields of cognitive psychology.
  • Illustrate the processes involved in sensation, attention and perception.
  • Describe the types and methods of learning.
  • Explain the types of memory and causes of forgetting.
  • Summarize and compare the various functions and memory processes involved in memory and forgetting.
  • Analyse the various types of problem-and problem-solving cycle.
2.
  • UGSPSY-35202
  • Psychopathology I
  • Distinguish between normal and abnormal behaviour and outline the historical background and need for classification.
  • Summarize the various models of abnormality.
  • Identify clinical features and case ofanxiety disorder, mood disorder and schizophrenia.
  • Explain the clinical features and causal factors of cognitive disorders.
3.
  • UGPSY-23203
  • Statistical Methods
  • Explain the different levels of measurement and methods of organizing data in statistics.
  • Make use of mean, median, mode and variability.
  • Illustrate and apply the concepts of normal distribution.
  • find out correlation.
  • Test for significance in hypotheses testing.
4.
  • UGSPSY-35204
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Explain the major concepts,challenges and opportunities of OB.
  • Illustrate the process of motivation involved organizational behaviour.
  • Describe the types and methods of learning.
  • Discuss the role of job satisfaction,job stress and conflict in OB.
  • Analyse the role of leaders and their qualities in OB.
5.
  • UGSPSY-35205
  • Positive Psychology
  • Elaborate the importance and significance of positive psychology as newly emerging branch of psychology.
  • Describe the well-being and happiness.
  • Explain the relationship between positive emotion and well-being.
  • Relate the positive traits and virtues in happiness.
6.
  • UGSPSY-35206
  • Counselling Psychology
  • Identify the need and importance of counselling in the current context.
  • Explain the various approaches in counselling and the types, uses &diagnosis in counselling process.
  • Summarize the interpretation of psychological tests in counselling.
  • List the qualities of an effective counsellor.
  • Identify the special areas of counselling.
7.
  • UGSPSY
  • Cob Lab
  • Analyse the human mental processes through experiments and tests.
  • Explain the higher mental processes with the help of practical.
  • Summarize the cognitive processes with the help of cog lab.
  • Evaluate the cognitive processes through the psychological testing and experiments.
  • Test for significance in hypotheses testing.
8.
  • UGSPSY
  • Field Report
  • After completion of the field visit course, the student will be able to:
  • Section I Visit a special school(Preferably for mentally retarded children).
  • Section II Visit a family counselling centre or de-addiction centre.
  • Section III Visit an institution for old age people..
  • Section IV Visit an institution for learning Disability/Autism/ADHD/Speech &Hearing/Psychiatrist Ward.
9.
  • UGSPSY
  • Research Project
  • After completion of the research roject course, the student will be able to:
  • Explain the methods in psychological research.
  • Describe the scientific experimental and research steps in psychology.
  • Explain the theoretical concepts in psychology through research work.
  • Test for significance in hypotheses testing.
Course No. Subject Code Sem-VI CO
1.
  • UGPSY-121
  • Personality Theories
  • UExplain the concept, assessment,measurement and research methods of Personality.
  • Outline the various psychoanalytic perspective of Personality.
  • Summarize the life span and trait perspective of Personality.
  • Outline the existential and humanistic perspective of personality.
  • Explain Behavioural, cognitive and social perspectives of personality.
2.
  • UGSPSY-92024
  • Psychopathology II
  • Summarize types, causes and treatment of Personality disorder.
  • Explain the types, causal and treatment of substance related disorder.
  • Elaborate the types, causes and treatment of developmental disorder.
  • Describe the types, causes and treatment of eating and sleep disorders.
3.
  • UGSPSY-92034
  • Educational Psychology
  • Explain the meaning history and various effective teaching methods.
  • Describe the nature of classroom teaching and dynamics of teaching &learning.
  • Analyse the various aspects related to the instructional process..
  • Summarize the importance of development in education.
4.
  • UGSPSY-92044
  • Human Resource Management
  • Explain the basic techniques used in human resource planning.
  • Describe the process of human resource management and development.
  • Elaborate the various skills required in human resource management.
  • Associate and evaluate human abilities through psychological testing.
  • Analyse the employee selection and evaluation process.
  • Summarize the various usages of training and development.
5.
  • UGSPSY-92054
  • Rehabilitation Psychology
  • Explain the meaning, Principles and assessment of rehabilitation.
  • Describe the goals, objectives and impact of counselling in rehab centre.
  • Elaborate the various rehabilitation setting.
6.
  • UGSPSY-92064
  • Psychotherapies
  • Explain the meaning, purpose and process of psychotherapies.
  • Describe the goals and various types of psychotherapies.
  • Elaborate the uses of psychotherapies.
7.
  • UGPSY-2074
  • Case Studies
  • Know the outline of case history.
  • Explain the diagnosis procedure.
  • Summarize the case report.
8.
  • UGPSY-92084
  • Psychometric testing in educational setting
  • Analyse the human educational process through tests.
  • Explain the various educational aspects with the help of practical.
  • Summarize the educational processeswith the help of psychological practicals.
9.
  • UGPSY-92094
  • Psychometric testing in clinical setting
  • Analyse the clinical problems of person through psychological tests.
  • Explain the various psychological problems with the help of practical.
  • Summarize the various mental health problems with the help of clinical testing.
  • Evaluate the mental health through the psychological testing.

Post Graduate: M.A. I - Clinical Psychology

Course No. Subject Code Sem-I CO
1.
  • PGPSY-12601
  • Cognitive Psychology:Understanding
  • Understand the origin of cognitive psychology.
  • Explore the knowledge of cognitive psychology.
  • Aware with the recent trends in cognitive psychology.
  • Relate subject matter of cognitive psychology to daily life.
  • Apply the knowledge of cognitive processes to one’s own personal life and to real life issues. (e.g., improving memory, and multitasking).
  • Appreciate the role of individual differences, and sociocultural factors in cognitive functioning.
2.
  • PGPSY-12602
  • Psychometrics:The Science of Psychological Assessment
  • Measure the issues and techniques in psychological inquiry.
  • Understand the science of psychological assessment.
  • Aware the various biases in sychological testing and assessment.
  • Develop skills and competencies in test construction and standardization.
  • Learn the logic of hypothesis testing and application of appropriate statistical analysis.
  • Skill development of formulate apsychological tool.
3.
  • PGPSY-12603
  • Research Methodology-I
  • Understand the basics of scientific research in applied psychology.
  • Use statistics in designing research data.
  • Use statistics in designing processing data.
  • Critically understand the science of psychological assessment.
  • Demonstrate skills on designing research.
4.
  • PGPSY-12604
  • Psychology Practical: Testing
  • Administer of the standardized psychological tests, rapport establishment.
  • Apply the criteria’s of evaluating psychological tests.
  • Interpret critically the results of psychometric testing.
  • Critically prepare and present the profile of psychometric testing.
  • Apply the psychometric testing in counseling.
  • Grasp concepts related to hypothesis testing and developing related computational skills.
  • Learn the basic techniques of descriptive and inferential statistics (parametric as well as non-parametric).
Course No. Subject Code Sem-II CO
1.
  • UPGPSY-22601
  • Cognitive Psychology:Advances and application
  • Understand the advances in cognitive psychology.
  • Explore the various areas of cognitive psychology.
  • Apply cognitive psychology in various fields.
  • Critically evaluate the role of forensic sychology and computer science.
  • Apply the knowledge of cognitive processes to one’s own personal life and to real life issues. (e.g., improving memory, and multitasking).
  • Appreciate the role of individual differences, and sociocultural factors in cognitive functioning.
2.
  • PGPSY-22602
  • Psychometrics:Application
  • Distinguish how psychological tests are used.
  • Distinguish the use and interpretation of arious psychological tests.
  • Illustrate the uses of psychological tests.
  • Summarize the use of psychological tests n clinical settings.
  • Apply psychological tests in Educational and organizational settings.
  • Apply the tests in counselling set up for clinical, non-clinical, literate and illiterate population.
3.
  • PGPSY-22603
  • Research Methodology - II
  • Learn about the philosophical oundations, goals, and scope of qualitative methodology.
  • Understand of the relationship between paradigms of science and methods of qualitative inquiry.
  • Use basic procedures of using qualitative methodology.
  • Use statistical techniques in various aspects.
4.
  • PGPSY-22604
  • Psychology Practical:Experiments
  • Acquire skills required in conducting experiments in psychology.
  • Conducting experiments in psychology.
  • Apply and use experimental design in various ways.
  • Develop ability to draw the experiment design.
  • Explore the field work and get acquaint with real life experience.
  • Write report of experiments.

Post Graduate: M.A. II - Clinical Psychology

Course No. Subject Code Sem-III CO
1.
  • PGPSY-32601
  • Counselling Process and Skills
  • Understand the nature of counselling process.
  • Use of basic and specialized counseling skills.
  • Engage with different models of counseling skills.
  • Use of various counseling skills in day-to-day life.
  • Demonstrate professional behavior in their various rules as counseling psychological.
  • Evaluate counseling processes, counseling relationships and counseling ethics and how to counsel students, families, couples, distressed and handicaps.
2.
  • PGPSY-32602
  • Psychopathology-I
  • MUnderstand the nature of Psychopathology.
  • Know the etiology of mental disorders.
  • Identify and classify the symptoms of mental
  • Disorders.
  • Critically understand the etiology,symptoms and criteria of abnormal behavior.
  • Outline the symptoms of childhood and Adolescence.
  • Apply intervention techniques based on DSM.
3.
  • PGPSY-32603
  • Psycho-diagnostics
  • Elaborate psycho-diagnostics and its basics.
  • Differentiate between diagnosis and prognosis.
  • Able to write a clinical report.
  • Apply different clinical measures apart from paper Pencil.
  • Identify anxiety and stress-related disorders.
  • Recall the background of psychopathology.
4.
  • PGPSY-32604
  • Project
  • Acquire basic skills and relate the basic concept of Research methodology.
  • Conduct a research project by following appropriate steps.
  • Evaluate the research findings and prepare the report.
  • Analyse implications of the research.
  • Evaluate various areas of research related with current trends in Psychology.
  • Inculcate research culture among students with competency building.
Course No. Subject Code Sem-II CO
1.
  • PGPSY-42601
  • Areas of Counselling
  • Know the application of counseling in educational and Career setting.
  • Engage with the counseling in the clinical setting.
  • Distinguish the counseling at the workplace setting.
  • Integrate and convey information in their core areas of counseling practice.
  • Counseling processes, counseling relationships and counseling ethics and how to counsel students, families, couples,distressed and handicaps.
2.
  • PGPSY-42602
  • Psychopathology-II
  • Understand the concept of Psychopathology.
  • Understand the classification of mental disorders.
  • ApIdentify and classify of the symptoms of mental disorders.
  • Evaluate the category of mental disorders.
  • Analyse etiology of mental disorders.
  • Apply the principles in psychologicalcounseling and suggest psychological interventions.
3.
  • PGPSY-42603
  • Psychotherapy
  • Understand psychotherapy, its ingredients,therapist
  • Skills.
  • Describe the therapeutic skills.
  • Establish a working relationship with others and build a rapport.
  • Describe and evaluate the process and techniques of Various psychotherapies.
  • Explore to the psychotherapies and understanding the therapies in depths.
  • Apply the therapies in real-life patients such as Talk, Yoga, Meditation, Behaviour etc.
4.
  • PGPSY-42604
  • Practicum
  • Study psychological cases.
  • Effectively communicate with clients with psychological illness.
  • Classify mental disorders scientifically based on ICD and DSM.
  • Prepare the case study report systematically.
  • Demonstrate the ability to effectively use and apply the case study analysis.
  • Critically evaluate and apply psychological interventions.

Best Practice

Name of the activity Title of the collaborative activity Name of the collaborating agency with contact details Name of the participant
Collaboration with Samta Blood Bank Organising unit/ agency/ collaborating agency Year of the activity Number of students participated in such activities

1 Mental Health Awareness

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Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati 2021-22 242
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Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs/td> UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati 2019-20 42
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati 2018-19 21
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati 2017-18 29
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati 2016-17 24

2 Field Visits

Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati 2021-22 26
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3 Psychometric Testing and Counseling

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Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati 2014-15 86
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Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati 2020-21 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati 2019-20 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology 2018-19 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology 2017-18 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology 2021-22 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology 2020-21 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology 2019-20 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology 2021-22 For the Community

B Extension activities

Name of the activity Organising unit/ agency/ collaborating agency Name of the scheme Year of the activity Number of students participated in such activities

4 Mental Health Awareness

Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati International Webinar 2021-22 242
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati State Level Webinar on Suicide Prevention and Intervention 2021-22 41
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati State Level Webinar on Today’s Youth and Addiction 2021-22 55
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Poster Competition on the occasion of National Science Day 2021-22 25
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati State Level Webinar on Mental Health and Procrastination 2021-22 107
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati National Webinar on Mental Health and Physical fitness during & after Covid 19 Pandemic 2021-22 212
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati State Level Webinar on the Occasion of World Suicide Prevention Day 2021-22 211
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Poster Competition on the occasion of International Mental Health Day 2019-20 42
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Poster Competition on the occasion of International Mental Health Day 2018-19 21
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Poster Competition on the occasion of International Mental Health Day 2017-18 29
Mental health awareness through various mental health awareness programs UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Poster Competition on the occasion of International Mental Health Day 2016-17 24

5 field Visits

Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Field visit at Samata Blood Centre 2021-22 26
Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Field visit at National Association for the Blind (NAB unit Maharashtra) 2021-22 15
Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Field visit at National Association for the Blind (NAB unit Maharashtra) 2021-22 12
Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Field visit at Vasalya old age home 2019-20 39
Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Field visit at Ability centre the parallel school for the children with learning disabilities 2019-20 15
Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Field visit at Sarathya Rehabilitation Centre 2018-19 15
Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Field visit at Probodhini Vidya Mandir 2017-18 35
Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Field visit at Unique Skill Development Centre 2016-17 23
Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Field visit at Chandak Multiple Disability Centre 2016-17 25
Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Field visit at Anulakshan Griha, an Institute for Orphanage Female Student 2016-17 17
Field Visits of the Students UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Collaboration with NGO Resilient India 2016-17 For the Community

6 Psychometric Testing and Counseling

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Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Psychometric Evaluation & Counseling of students by Faculty Members 2020-21 90
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Counselling for Female Personnel of Maharashtra Police Academy during Covid-19 2020-21 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Psychometric Evaluation & Counseling of students by Faculty Members 2019-20 107
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Psychometric Evaluation & Counseling of students by Faculty Members 2018-19 91
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Psychometric Evaluation & Counseling of students by Faculty Members 2017-18 92
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Psychometric Evaluation & Counseling of students by Faculty Members 2016-17 84
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Psychometric Evaluation & Counseling of students by Faculty Members 2015-16 79
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Psychometric Evaluation & Counseling of students by Faculty Members 2014-15 86
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Counseling based Personality Development Workshop 2021-22 55
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Interaction with Media and Students on Child Pornography 2021-22 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Main Speaker at the webinar organised by C T Bora college Shirur under Nirbhaya Kanya Abhiyan and Student welfare Board SPPU 2021-22 60
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati An interactive session on EI as a main Speaker at the webinar organized by K.K Wagh Secondary School and Jr. College 2021-22 105
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Articles on Various Psychosocial issues in Newspapers 2021-22 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Articles on Various Psychosocial issues in Newspapers 2020-21 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Articles on Various Psychosocial issues in Newspapers 2019-20 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Articles on Various Psychosocial issues in Newspapers 2018-19 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Articles on Various Psychosocial issues in Newspapers 2017-18 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Radio talk on Stress and Midlife crisis among Women 2021-22 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Radio talk on Stress Management 2020-21 For the Community
Provide Counseling and Testing to the Society UG and PG Department of Psychology L.V.H. College Panchavati Radio talk on Application of Psychology and Need of Counseling 2019-20 For the Community

Teaching Faculty

Dr. Mrunal A Bhardwaj

Professor & Head
M.A., SET., Ph.D., MBA.
28 Years

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Dr. Yogesh D. Wankhede

Assistant Professor
M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.
Experience : 23 Years

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Dr. Kannor Dagadu Karbhari

Assistant Professor
M.A., Ph.D.
Experience : 23 Years

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Dr Irfan khan Pathan r

Assistant Professor
M.A., BAMS, MBA U.K. (HR)
Experience :05 Years

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Smt.Sarita Adhale

Assistant Professor
M.A., SET, M.Phil., Ph.D. (Pursuing)
Experience :08 Years

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Smt. Ashwini Patil

Assistant Professor
M.A., NET, SET, PGDC (Bangalore), Ph.D. (Pursuing)
Experience :01 Years

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Smt. Nimra Shaikh

Assistant Professor
M.A. (clinical Psychology)
Experience :06 Months

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Miss. Komal Shinde

Assistant Professor
M.A. (clinical Psychology)
Experience :06 Months

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5 Linkages & Collaborations/ MOU’s

Sl. No. Title of the collaborative activity Name of the collaborating agency with contact details Name of the participant Year of collaboration Duration Nature of the activity Link to the relevant document
1 Collaboration with Samta Blood Bank Samta Blood Bank L.V.H. College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Panchavati Nashik 2021-22 Field Visit Link
2 Collaboration with Samta Blood Bank Resilient India NGO L.V.H. College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Panchavati Nashik Field Visit
Organisation with which MoU is signed Name of the institution/ industry/ corporate house Year of signing MoU Duration List the actual activities under each MOU year wise Number of students/teachers participated under MOU’s
Samata Blood Centre Nashik L.V.H. College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Panchavati Nashik 2021-22 Field Visit 30 Field Visit
National Association for Blinds (NAB) L.V.H. College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Panchavati Nashik 2020-21 Field Visit 30 Field Visit

E-contents (Provide a link of in a word file as separate attachments)Link:

  • 2 Modules of Psychology Developed by Prof. Dr. Mrunal Bhardwaj are uploaded on LMS SPPU.
  • Developed Two online psychological tests viz. Corona phobia &Corona anxiety.
  • E modules on various psychological topics, Corona phobia and Application of REBT in Corona, posted on Psycho-innovation, an owned you tube channel.
  • On Google classroom, many e modules were posted for the students. Case study reports and Power point presentations of PG students were assessed.
  • Developed cognitive and research method e-modules for PG students.
  • Many e books were made available for students from various e resources.
  • Received the certificate of Appreciation for the participation for submitting an innovative idea in Zero Investment Initiatives for Education Initiatives.
  • Constructed online test on Covid-19 Distress Scale.
  • YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMvEf2jJp2Q
  • 4. Research

    A Research Projects

    Name of the Project/ Endowment, Chairs Name of the Principal Investigator/Co-investigator Department of Principal Investigator Year of Award Amount Sanctioned Duration of the project Name of the Funding Agency Type (Government/non-Government)
    Mental health and depression among college students (Minor project)
    • Dr M.A Bhardwaj
    • Psychology
    • 2010
    UGC New Delhi
    Choice of military career socio psychological factors. (Major project)
    • Dr M.A Bhardwaj
    • Psychology
    • 1997
    UGC New Delhi

    B Research Publications

    Title of paper Name of the author/s Name of journal Year of publication ISSN number Link to the recognition in UGC enlistment of the Journal
    Students Attitude Towards Online Teaching in Higher Education During Covid-19 Pandemic
    • Dr M.A Bhardwaj
    • UGC Approved International Research Journal of Management Sociology & Humanities
    • Dec 2021
    ISSN 2277-9809 (Online), ISSN 2348-9359 (Print)
    Anxiety and Perceived Stress among Primary School Teachers in Rural Area Engaged in Online Teaching During COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • International Journal of Indian Psychology
    • June 2021
    ISSN-2349-3429
    Clinical profile of specific learning disability in vernacular schools
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • UGC Approved UGC Approved Journal the International Journal of Indian Psychology
    • Feb 2021
    ISSN 2348-5396 (Online), ISSN: 2349-3429 (Print)
    Effectiveness of Gratitude Intervention in increasing Gratitude
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • UGC care listed international research journal Peer reviewed AksharWangmay
    • Jan 2021
    ISSN 2229-4929
    Internet use & addiction among college students and its relation with personality traits, loneliness and Psychological Well-being.c
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • IUGC CARE listed Akshar Wangmay
    • Dec 2020
    ISSN - 2229-4929 Link
    'Role of REBT in HR training with reference to covid-19 impact
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • Peer reviewed National journal Yashomanthan
    • Sept 2020
    ISSN 2347-8039
    Relationship between job satisfaction and Quality of life among entrepreneurs
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • UGC CARE listed international journal, Shodh Sanchar bulletin
    • 2019-20
    2229-3620 Link
    Internet addiction and psychological well-being among college students
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • UGC CARE listed international journal, Shodh Sarita
    • 2019-20
    2348-2397 Link
    A Study of relationship between personality traits and mental health among high school children
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • International research journal of management sociology and humanity (IRJMSH)
    • 2019-20
    2277-9809 UGC Approved No: 48312 DOI:Link
    Mental Health Among the College Players in Nasik Region
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • International Multilingual Referred Journal
    • 2018-19
    2319-9318 UGC Approved No: 62759
    Death Anxiety and Personality traits among Type-2 Diabetic Patients
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • International Journal of Applied social Science
    • 2018-19
    2394-1405 Approved By UGC No. 62754 DOI: 10.36537
    Burnout And Coping Among Elite Athletes
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • Researchers World Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce
    • 2017-18
    2231-4172 UGC Approved No 10509
    Children’s Sports Participation and Development of The Social Competence the Comparative Study
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • Researchers World Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce
    • 2017-18
    2231-4172 UGC Approved No 10509>
    Shopping Addiction and Its Relation with Depression Among Working and Non-Working Married Women
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • Asian Journal of Psychology & Education
    • 2017-18
    097129099 UGC Approved No: 1258
    Personality traits and self-esteem among female players in male dominated sports
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • Researchers World Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce
    • 2017-18
    2231-4172 UGC Approved No 10509
    Emotional maturity and level of optimism among players.
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • Researchers World Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce
    • 2017-18
    2231-4172 UGC Approved No 10509
    Recent Trends in Sports Psychology Research A Study of International Journal of Physical Education Sports and Health
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • Researchers World Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce
    • 2017-18
    2231-4172 UGC Approved No 10509
    Role Of Vitality in Initiating Personal Growth and Grit Among Students
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • Recent Advances in Psychology (RAP): An International Journal
    • 2018
    23955465 UGC Approved No 43276
    Locus of control and Achievement Motivation among Women Entrepreneurs of small industries
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • Researchers World Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce
    • 2017-18
    2231-4172 UGC Approved No 10509
    Effects of yoga on level of Depression among females suffering from polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOD)
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • International Journal on Arts, Management and Humanities
    • 2017-18
    23195231 UGC Approved No: 41602
    Perception, Identity & Peace
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • Indian Journal of Health & Wellbeing
    • 2017
    2229-5356 UGC Approved No: 42787
    Personality and Perceived stress among medical college students
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • International Journal of Recent Scientific Research
    • 2017
    0976-3031 UGC Approved No: 49336
    Enrichment of Subjective wellbeing
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • International Journal of Indian Psychology
    • 2016-17
    2349-3429 (With Impact Factor 4.50 ICI) UGC Approved No: 45567 OI: 10.25215/0301.177
    Value Education and Psychological Well-being
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • Scholars World International Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research
    • 2015-16
    2319-5789 (With Impact Factor 3.55) UGC Approved No:
    Mobile Phone Addiction and Loneliness among Teenagers
    • Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    • International Journal of Indian Psychology
    • 2014-15
    2349-3429 (With Impact Factor 4.50 ICI) UGC Approved No: 45567DOI: 10.25215/0203.062
    Burnout and personality traits among athletic trainers
    • J.A. Sode
    • Researchers World Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce,
    • 2017-18
    ISSN – 2231-4172. UGC Approved No: 10509
    Shopping Addiction and Its Relation with Depression Among Working and Non-Working Married Women
    • J.A. Sode
    • Asian Journal of Psychology & Education
    • 2017-18
    ISSN 09712909 UGC Approved No: 1258
    Effects of yoga on level of Depression among females suffering from polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOD)
    • J.A. Sode
    • International Journal on Arts, Management and Humanities
    • 2017-18
    ISSN - 23195231 UGC Approved No: 41602
    Personality and Perceived stress among medical college students
    • J.A. Sode
    • International Journal of Recent Scientific Research
    • 2016-17
    ISSN 0976-3031 UGC Approved No: 49336DOI: 10.24327/IJRSR
    Mobile Phone Addiction and Loneliness among Teenagers
    • J.A. Sode
    • International Journal of Indian Psychology
    • 2015-16
    ISSN-2349-3429 (With Impact Factor 4.50 ICI) UGC Approved No: 45567DOI: 10.25215/0203.062
    Mental Health of Children: - Types of Abnormalities and Remedies
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • Mental Health Issues J.V Publishing House Jodhpur
    • 2006
    ISSN 81-88818-75
    Suicide of farmers Search of Facts and Message
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • Indian Agriculture: - Problems and Prospects journal of Commerce, Management and Social Science
    • 2013
    ISSN – 2249 – 0299
    To Study of Self – Concept and Exam Anxiety
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • Vidyawarta International Multi – lingual Research journal
    • 2014
    ISSN – 2319 – 1918
    To Clinical Study of Absent Students in Senior College
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • IRFAS Uniresearch Multidisciplinary International E- Research Journal
    • 2017
    ISSN- 2321-4953
    Problems of Social Research
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • Research Journey Multidisciplinary International E- Research Journal
    • 2018
    ISSN- 2348-1918
    A Comparative Study of Health Status, Life Style, Adjustment and Anxiety Among Migrant and Non- Migrant Workers
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • Vidyawarta a Peer Reviewed International Referred Research Journal
    • 2018
    ISSN – 2319 – 1918
    Effect of Employment Status on Mental Health Among Young Generation
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • Vidyawarta Reviewed International Journal
    • 2020
    ISSN 2319 – 9318
    Impact of Working Status on self-Concept and Locus of Control among
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • Vidyawarta Peer Reviewed International Journal
    • 2020
    ISSN – 2394 – 5303
    A Clinical Study of Mental Health of Indian Women’s.
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • International Multidisciplinary Quarterly Research Journal Ajanta Publication Aurangabad
    • 2021
    ISSN 22-77-5730
    Role of social media in Emotional Intelligence and Anxiety among college Students
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • Kanpur Philosophers
    • 2021
    ISSN – 2348 - 8301
    Impact of Learning Medium on Achievement Motivation and Anxiety Among Secondary School Students
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • Peer Reviewed Journal of Fundamental and Comparative Research (K.K.S.U Ramtek
    • 2021-22
    ISSN- 2277-7067
    Comparative Study of work family conflict among servant and entrepreneurs
    • Dr. D. K. Kannore
    • Indian Journal of Social Sciences and literature studies
    • March 2022
    ISSN-2349-5634

    C Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Webinar organized

    Year Name of the workshop/ seminar Number of Participants Date From – To Link to the Activity report on the website
    2021-22
    • State level NET/SET- Workshop
    • 150
    • 20/08/2021 to 31/08/2021
    Link
    2021-22
    • State level Webinar on " Suicide Prevention & Intervention"State level Webinar On"Today's Youth & Addiction"
    • 50 60
    • 15/09/2021
    Link
    2021-22
    • Orientation Programme of all Post-Graduate Students
    • 50
    • 22/10/2021
    Link
    2021-22
    • Competency Building Programme on Research Methodology-2021-22
    • 110
    • 26/10/2021 to 30/10/2021
    Link
    2021-22
    • Lecture Series On “Exploring Cognitive Psychology”
    • 30
    • On 23/10/2021, 26/10/2021 & 30/10/2021
    Link
    2021-22
    • LIBRARY VISIT
    • 40
    • 11/12/2021
    Link
    2021-22
    • Collaboration with Samta Blood Bank
    • -
    • 08/01/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • Field visit (Samta Blood Centre, Nashik)
    • 30
    • 08/01/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • Field visit (National Association for the Blind)
    • 30
    • 28/12/2021
    Link
    2021-22
    • PhD Interview First Stag
    • --
    • 02/02/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • Inaugural Function of Online Soft skills Development Program
    • 55
    • 12/02/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • State level Webinar on “Beautiful Mind”
    • 125
    • 23/02/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • Poster Competition on the Occasion of National Science Day
    • 50
    • 28/02/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • Counselling based Personality Development Workshop
    • 50
    • 09/03/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • Extension Activity of NSS Camp
    • 150
    • 14/03/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • Training Programme on Statistical Package for Social Science
    • --
    • 26/03/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • Online Alumni Meet
    • 60
    • 29/03/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • International Webinar 2021-22
    • 112 130
    • 5/05/2022 & 06/05/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • Innofest Competition
    • 10
    • 24/04/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • Talk on Emotional Literacy
    • 56
    • 09/05/2022
    Link
    2021-22
    • Student of the Year Competition
    • 30
    • 21/05/2022
    Link
    2020-21
    • Mental Health and Physical Fitness during Covid-19 Pandemic
    • 600
    • 26/09/2020
    Link
    2021-22
    • Mental Health and Procrastination
    • 209
    • 10/10/2020
    Link
    2020-21
    • World Suicide Prevention Day
    • 212
    • 10/10/2020
    Link
    2017-18
    • National Conference on Sports Psychology
    • 125
    • 6/02/2018 and 7/02/2018
    Attendance and photo
    2016-17
    • NET/SET Coaching Workshop
    • 22
    • 15/02/2017
    Link
    2016-17
    • One Day Workshop on REBT
    • 21
    • 12/04/2017
    Link
    2015-16
    • ‘Recent trends in research Psychology’
    • 41
    • 7/09/2015
    Link
    2015-16
    • Application of SPSS in Psychological research
    • 19
    • 26/09/2015
    Attendance and photo
    2015-16
    • “Multivariate designs & Qualitative Research”
    • 24
    • 15/03/2016
    Attendance and photo

    D Book Published

    Sr. No Name of the teacher Title of the book/chapters published Title of the paper Title of the proceedings of the conference Name of the conference National / International Year of publication ISBN/ISSN number of the proceeding Affiliating Institute at the time of publication
    1. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj Gaming Addiction ---- ---- ---- National 2022 ISBN-978-93-85262-51-7 ----
    1. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj Cyber Psychology- Case studies ---- ---- ---- International 2020-21 ASIN B08QWDLR3M L.V.H. College, Panchavati, Nashik
    2. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj Mental health and Depression crises among college students ---- ---- ---- ---- 2015 ISBN 978-81928429-2-9 ----
    3. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj Chapter in edited Book Revised Accreditation Framework of NAAC -Some Issues and perspective The Role of IQAC students' Perspective-A Case Study" ---- ---- ---- 2019 ISSN-978-93-385664-90-8. L.V.H. College, Panchavati, Nashik
    4. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj Peace education & enhancement of emotional Intelligence and Aggression management among college students Conference proceeding of 19th World Congress of IAEWP (UN-NGO) International Conference on Peace Education for Good Governance and Non-violence organized by HPT & RYK and SMRK-BK-AK at Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Nashik Peace Education for Good Governance and Non-violence International October 2016 ISBN – 978-93-85664-52-6. L.V.H. College, Panchavati, Nashik
    5. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj Mental health and Depression crises among college students Conference Proceeding at International Conference Current Issues in Education & Social Sciences organized by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad, Sponsored by UGC. Current Issues in Education & Social Sciences International May 2015 ISBN-978-93-80039-09-1. L.V.H. College, Panchavati, Nashik
    6. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj Internet Addiction and its relation with personality traits among married PeopleConference Proceeding at National Conference on Recent Trends in Social Sciences and Languages by Arts, Science & Commerce College, Makhamalabad, Nashik. Recent Trends in Social Sciences And National Dec 2015 ISBN-13-978-93-84887-11-7 L.V.H. College, Panchavati, Nashik
    7. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj Positive Emotion & Mental Health Conference Proceeding at National Conference on Positive Psychology organized by LVH College, N Positive Psychology National January, 2015. ---------- L.V.H. College, Panchavati, Nashik
    8. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj Positive psychology in practice Towards a better life Conference Proceeding at National Conference on Positive Psychology organized by LVH College, Nashik Positive Psychology National 9th& 10th January, 2015. ------- L.V.H. College, Panchavati, Nashik
    9 J.A. Sode Peace education & enhancement of emotional Intelligence and Aggression management among college students conference proceeding of 19th World Congress of IAEWP (UN-NGO) International Conference on Peace Education for Good Governance and Non-violence organized by HPT & RYK and SMRK-BK-AK at Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Nashik Peace Education for Good Governance and Non-violence RYK and SMRK-BK-AK at Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Nashik International 2016-17 ISBN – 978-93-85664-52-6. L.V.H. College, Panchavati, Nashik
    10. J.A. Sode Positive Emotion & Mental Health Conference Proceeding at National Conference on Positive Psychology organized by LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Sponsored by UGC. Positive Psychology National 2014-15 L.V.H. College, Panchavati, Nashik
    11. Dr. D. K. Kannore Anxiety, Depression and Stress among Permanent and Temporary Workers in plastic Industries. 2021 ISBN – 978 – 81 -947189 – 7 - 0
    12. Dr. D. K. Kannore A study Adjustment and Emotional Maturity among Joint family And Nuclear Family. 2022 ISBN 978-81-950275-3-8

    E Awards /Recognitions

    Year Name of the award/ medal/recognition Team / Individual University/State/National/ International Sports/ Cultura Name of the student/teacher
    2021-22 Appointed as an Expert for DVV for PAC NAAC Banglore Individual National Level Prof. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    2021-22 Incredible Academician of India by the Record owner World Records Individual National Level Prof. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    2021-22 Best Teacher award as well as for a psychological counseling by the Rotary Enclave Nashik Maharashtra Individual State Level Prof. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    2021-22 Recognition by the Maharashtra Police Academy for the Psychological counselling provided to Personnel of Policy Academy Individual State Level Prof. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    2021-22 Received 3rd Rank of Merit in M.A. April 2020 examination of Savitribai Phule Pune University, in the Subject Psychology Individual University Level Mrs. Swapna Thorat
    2021-22 Received 3rd Rank of Merit in M.A. April 2020 examination of Savitribai Phule Pune University, in the Subject Psychology Individual University Level Mr. Gaurav Pagare
    2021-22 Won 2nd Prize in LVH Innofest 2022 Project Competition Team State Level Miss. Garima Salunkhe & Miss Neha Chandaliya
    2020-21 Received award for providing counseling during pandemic, to the corona patients and stressed individuals Individual State Level Dr. Yogesh Wankhede
    2020-21 Awarded the Excellence award for an Academic and Research contribution in Humanities by the Novel Research Academy Individual State Level rof. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    2020-21 Received a prestigious karma yogi Gaurav puraskar given by Sakal Group and Tanshika Doctors Forum for the psychosocial contribution Individual State Levell Prof. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    2020-21 Received the state level award as the Best teacher by Smitharsh Education Academy for the contribution in Academics and Research Individual State Level Prof. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    2020-21 NET-JRF Individual National Level Mr. Gaurav Pagare
    2018-19 Received the prestigious Auropath Global award, Sri Aurobindo Society, Pondicherry for the excellence in Research under the category of professor Individual National Level Prof. Dr. M.A. Bhardwaj
    2019-20 First prize Ankur Psycho-quiz Competition Team State Level Miss. Nimra Pathan and Miss. Priyanka Naik
    2019-20 Second prize Ankur Psycho-quiz Competition Individual State Level Mr. Rishikesh Sapke and Mr. Pankaj Bhamare
    2017-18 First prize in Avishkar Research Competition Team University Level Mr. Akshay Jadhav, Mr. Ajay Thakare & Miss Varsha Bajaj
    2016-17 First prize in Avishkar Research Competition Individual University Level Miss. Lissa Jose, Mr. Akshay Jadhav and Miss Komal Kashid