On different platforms like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, WhatsApp and Quora; a considerable number of students ask similar questions to us. Generally, questions are related to- ‘how to prepare for the M.Phil Clinical Psychology Entrance written exams as well as the interviews, the best books for M.Phil Clinical Psychology Entrances, etc. So we have tried to answer all of these questions today through this article.
1. The course structure and importance/relevance of this course.
In India, the courses in Clinical Psychology are regulated by the Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI) and M.Phil in Clinical Psychology is one of the most popular and prior course among all of these courses. Only the individual who completes this course is considered as a Clinical Psychologist according to RCI. It is a two-year course including both the modes of learning i.e. the practical/ clinical training and the written examinations. After the completion of this course, the licenced individual can start his/her practice as a clinical psychologist in any government psychiatry or clinical psychology department/hospital/institute/ rehabilitation or else they can start their own clinical practice.
2. Who can take admission in this course?
Students who have completed their masters in Psychology with at least 55% of marks can apply for the entrance examinations but there are different criteria for admissions in different universities and hospitals; for example there are few universities which do not offer this course to those students who have completed their master via distance/open learning mode. For such cases, you must check the university/institute’s prospectus to confirm the eligibility criteria or collect this information from our website before applying.
3. How difficult it is to crack the M.Phil Clinical Psychology Entrance examination?
Mostly, the level of the difficulty of the exam depends upon the number of seats available and the number of students applying for it. M.Phil Clinical Psychology course is a two-year regular hospital-based and in hand training course and to due to the shortage of resources and the facilities; the number of available seats is less. Therefore, the gap between the number of seats (which is very less) and the number of applicants (which is obviously very huge because of RCI guidelines) makes it one of the most difficult examinations. But always keep in mind that there are difficulties can be handled with the right approach and systematic study while preparing.
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