Mahr
Head - Human Resources
Ykhan
Hr-executive
Jaspreet_hr
Recruitment Process Management, Team Management
+3 Others

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i am currently pursuing my b.ed.i want to do my master in psychology. Can i do my psychology through distance education. But i was t0ld it has no value at all.. Is that true.. plz help and i don't want to leave my teaching yet complete my masters
From India, Mumbai
Dear Poonam,
It is not that doing master's in psychology will not give you any value. Normally a full time course has much more value than a part time course. Apart from this nothing else.
Always remember that "Something is always better than nothing" ;)

From India, Bangalore
Poonam,
If you are doing B.Ed, surly the psychology course will help you a lot to understand the human attitude and behaviours. Surly you will understand you students well. So there is possibility of doing it on distance mode. If possible please do the course. All the Best.

From India, Madras
Being an MBA in HR, currently working as a Sourcing Specialist (2+ yrs of exp), would it be worthwhile to pursue MA in Psychology (Distance Mode)? Pls help. Will be very grateful.
From India, Delhi
Jaspreet, As mahr said "Something is always better than nothing". But mostly you are working with resumes more than the human resource. If you are really interested, please go ahead.
From India, Madras
Psychology is an interesting subject, its dealing with human thinking and their behaviors and deeply analyses the reason behind it. Whether its distance or full time education the matter is your interest and effort to learn. definitely it gives u more practical knowledge not only to deal with other but also to yourself. so go ahead and put your 100% effort to learn. much more watch the videos available at online to get wide knowledge and latest trendz.
From India, Pondicherry
Hi,
Learning depends on individual efforts, capabilities and commitment. There are poeple who are in part time course who have dedication and succeeded greater hieghts. It all depends on your interest and passion, psychology is truly a wonderful subject, It is a ocean which stimulates our learning.Being a psychologist, I have always been amazed by this field of science.
Happy learning and best wishes Poonam and Jaspreet.
Shankari Mandiram

From India, Madras
Dear Shankari / ykhan
I'am highly influenced by your perspective, and for providing me a guidline pertaining to pyschology, I truely respect your suggestions as well as your views.
Will surely move ahead for it..
Thanking you once again!!!

From India, Delhi
i am agree with ykhan it dosn't matter where from you are doing your studies but matter how far knowledgebase you are developing from the same, that's why this quote is famous "something is better than nothing". each action teach us that we don't know earlier.
whish you all the best and always try to step ahead with the passing each secound.

From India, Chandigarh
Dear all
Doing psychology is not only good for professionals but I would recommend it for all. Its a very good course. If one desires to do it, Annamalai UNiversity is the best for Distance mode. It is MSc (Applied Psychology), if you do it from Annamalai UNiversity. If need further information. do write me. I did it from there.
RC

From India
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