B.A/B.Sc (Hons) in any basic science, and Psychology/Criminology/Sociology /Anthropology with minimum 55% marks. All working personnel in a criminal investigation agency including Detective Department, Security Agencies, Forensic Laboratories etc. with the stipulated qualifications.
Fee and Scholarships (2022-23)
|Aggregate Score obtained in 10+2 examination||Net Tuition fee (per annum) after scholarship *|
|For Students||For Defence Personnel/ Wards||For Apeejay Alumnus|
|greater than 93%||70,000||70,000||70,000|
|Net Tuition Fee (per annum) without scholarship||1,00,000||1,00,000||1,00,000|
** Additional Charges are inclusive of:
|Development Fee||INR 20,000 per annum|
|Security Fee||INR 5,000 One Time Payable (Refundable)|
|CRC||INR 3,000 One Time Payable with the 1st Semester Fee|
|Online Library||INR 2,000 per annum|
|Group Insurance Accident Policy||INR 200 per annum|
The Diploma in Forensic Psychology will provide students with
- strong foundational knowledge of criminal behaviour
- workings of the criminal mind, the motives behind the crimes, and how criminal investigation is conducted.
- major theories of criminal behaviour especially in relation to violent and sexual crimes.
- understand the interface between the legal system and psychology
- enhance their recognition of forensic psychology as a distinct specialisation in the field of psychology.
- provide them with the techniques, skills and functions of the forensic psychologist in the courtroom and elsewhere.
- Introduction and historical perspective of forensic and criminal psychology
- Theories of criminal behaviour
- Psychosocial explanation of crime and criminal behaviour
- Violent crime: Incidence, prevalence and causes
- Criminal or Offender profiling
- Application of psychology to the criminal justice system
- Role of forensic psychologists in criminal and civil courts
- Role of Forensic psychologists in correctional institutions and prisons
- Internship in the concerned agencies
- Project report based on original research