Number of hours: 45
Number of credits: 2
Eligibility: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Non- Psychology students (Mandatory)
Not open to Psychology students
Understanding crime and investigating it have become important needs for national security, preservation of social values, and intellectual and economic securities and interests of organizations within a country. The course aims at imparting introductory knowledge in:
· Concept and definitions of crime
· Changing crime scenarios present internationally and specifically within our socio-cultural background
· Psychological and psychosocial understanding of crime and its effects in the society
· Psychological and neuropsychological methods of investigating a suspect, use of scientific information as aid for further investigation, presentation of relevant information to judiciary whenever needed, and methods of rehabilitation of convicted persons.
· Understand the psychological and social basis of behaviour and behavioural aberrations, biological foundations of behaviour, especially neuropsychological aspects of normal and impaired cognition and patterns of behaviour and aberrations of behaviour.
· Help students to understand the career and research opportunities and challenges in this field
Lecture topics will include criminal profiling, psychological testing of personality, disability assessment, and basic information about civil and criminal investigation procedures, judicial presentation of relevant information, and constitutional liabilities and rights of individuals.
The pedagogy will be through lectures, regular class room interactions, and demonstrations of techniques used in Forensic Psychology.Demonstrations on EEG, Polygraphy and of the related techniques will be done at the Axxonet Brain Research Laboratory close to CHRIST (Deemed to be University).
The course evaluation will be conducted through regular assignments, and an internal assessment towards the end of the course.
Selection process results will be available on https://app.christuniversity.in according to the important dates section. Selected candidates will receive an E-Offer of admission that will be valid up to the date mentioned in the Offer of admission.
All selected candidates must note that admission is provisional and subject to University rules.
Selected candidates must download the offer of admission on the ‘Application Status’ link on the University website.
To process admission
All original marks cards and one set of photocopies must be submitted for verification at the time of admission as mentioned below
All mandatory documents must be submitted for verification during the admission process.
An undertaking for pending original documents unavailable currently [applicable only for candidates writing/passing their exam in March – June - 2021], must be submitted to the Office of Admissions. These documents must be submitted on or before 15 July 2021.
The date of commencement of the academic Year 2021 will be intimated during the admission process.
For any queries at any given time during the application and admission process, you may contact us through the following Email ID’s:
Bangalore Central Campus
The Office of Admissions,
CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Hosur Road,
Bengaluru - 560 029, Karnataka, INDIA
Ph. No: +91 92430 80800
Indian candidates: email@example.com
NRI candidates: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bangalore Bannerghatta Road Campus
Ph. No: 080 4655 1306, 1307, 1308, 1309
Bangalore Kengeri Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University)
Bangalore - 560074
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Pune Lavasa Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Christ University Road, 30 Valor Court,
PO Dasve Lavasa, Mulshi, Pune - 412112, Maharashtra
Ph. No : 1800-123-2009,
Between: Monday to Friday: 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM, Saturday: 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
(Office remains closed on Sundays, Government Holidays and Any special events)