University of Delhi
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M.A. (Applied Psychology)

Scheme of Grading Semester
Duration 4 Semester
1 B.A. (Hons.) Examination in Psychology and Applied Psychology of Delhi University and other Universities recognized by Delhi University 55% marks or above
2 B.A. (Pass) / B.A. Programme Examination in Psychology of Delhi University and other Universities recognized by Delhi University 55% marks or above in Psychology and 55%marks in aggregate
3 B.A. Courses/B.Sc. Courses/B.Ed. and B.EL.Ed./Bachelor’s degree with Hons. in any Subject/Masters degree in any subject/M.B.B.S./BAMS/BUMS/BHMS or MBA./ B.Tech., BE./ L.L.B./ L.L.M./ B.B.S./  B.C.A. and B.M.M. of Delhi University or other Universities recognized by Delhi University. 60% marks or above in aggregate



Candidates seeking admission to the Masters degree course should have passed the relevant qualifying examination and fulfill the ‘Eligibility Requirements’. Further details are available in the admission brochure.




The selection of the candidates for admission to the Applied Psychology course are made on the basis of their performance in an Admission Test conducted by the Department. The Written Test consists of objective type questions covering basic knowledge in the subject of Psychology at the undergraduate level.
Based on the performance in the Written test, eligible candidates will be called for group discussion and interview.
A. The multiple choice questions would be drawn from the following areas :
(a) General Psychology
(b) Social Psychology
(c) Research Methods & Statistics in Psychology
(d) Clinical Psychology
(e) Industrial Psychology/Organisational Behaviour


Candidates will be selected for admission in order of merit prepared on the basis of following weightage:


Entrance Test:


Theory 70%
Interview 20%
Group Discussion 10%


Total Seats: 27


General 16
Scheduled Caste 4
Scheduled Tribe 2
Physically handicapped & Seats meant of PH/CW and Foreign
Foreign students Students will be treated assupernumerary.
*OBC 5 Others (As per University rules)
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