The department of Psychology was established in the year 2014 as one of the novel departments of Providence Women’s College offering psychology classes for the degree students. During its initial stages the department operated under the department of Zoology. In the commencing year the department was headed by Mrs. Liji P G along with Mrs. Juby Somanath, Ms. Ambili Asok, Mrs. Divya T, Mrs. Jiji and Ms. Amritha Raj K. Currently the department is efficiently run by Mrs. Liji P G, Ms. Ambili Asok, Mrs. Anju K and Mrs. Juby Somanath.
The department has a well equipped research lab that encourages students to acquire a thorough knowledge about the subject. The department also regularly conducts seminars, workshops, official talks and sessions for the benefit of students and faculty.
The first batch of the department passed out in the year 2017 with impressive scores. One of our students Ms. Priya Parvathi secured full A+ in SGPA.
Courses offered UG Degree in Psychology Certificate Course on Life Skills Development
. MOTTO: Fostering a positive mind for a positive life VISION: To contribute significantly to the science and practice of psychology and to produce professionals who serve local, national, and global communities.
To inspire students to master their minds and disseminate psychological knowledge.
To excel in the application of psychological knowledge to address problems that individuals encounter in the course of their lives.
To encourage students to be a part of activities that boost their self-confidence and morale.
To guide them constantly towards embracing the values of dignity and respect.
To maintain a supportive and collaborative learning environment designed to enhance personal and professional growth.
Dr.Saranya T S
PhD, MSc, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (GUEST)
M.A ,ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (GUEST)
M.Sc, MPhil, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (GUEST)
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (GUEST)
LIJI P G AND MANIKANDAN K (2013). Sex Role Orientation And Emotional Laobour Among Nurses. ACADEMICIA– An International Multidisciplinary Journal. 3(3): 65-76.
LIJI P G AND C JAYAN (2016). Child Sexual Victimization and Mental Health: An Exploration. ACADEMICIA– An International Multidisciplinary Journal. 6(5). IF- 5.099.
LIJI P G (2015). Biodiversity Concerns with Special Emphasis to Aesthetic Values- Proceedings of the two-day National Seminar (111).
LIJI P G AND C JAYAN (2016). Influence of Pornography And Cybersex In Mental Health Of Female Youth. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational Research. 5, 3(2): 9-21. IF- 3.318
Three students ( Anjali K, Aswathy Rajan, and Priya Parvathy) were part of the teams that won the first prize for drama and margam kali in the B-zone and Interzone arts fest of Calicut University
Ms. Priya Parvathi secured full A+ in SGPA, Final Year Results 2017
Students from the department took part in a national level psychology fest “PSYESTA” held at Rajagiri Centre for Behavioral Science and Research (RCBSR), Kochi and bagged the fourth position in overall for the competitions among 18 colleges all over India. Aysha Nawreen and Priyanka Prakasan bagged the first prize in Psychokinetics, a synhchronis dance with a cash prize of Rs. 10000 and Liya Anjelin bagged the first prize in anamnesis memory game with a cash prize of 5000. The event was held on Feb 17th 2017.