Placement cell was conceptualized and initiated taking into consideration the desire of the students to utilize the education and vocational training that they received from the campus in the business environment.
In India, a psychologist earns between Rs. 60,000 to Rs. 1,200,000 per month depending on specialty, location, and popularity.
In a private hospital, a fresh clinical psychologist with an M.Phil degree can draw about Rs. 30,000/- a month. However, much depends on your expertise.
In the U.K., the wages for clinical psychologists range from £28,313 to £37,326 per year. Senior clinical psychologists can expect to earn between £36,112 and £43,335 per year.
In the U.S., in 2009, clinical, counseling and school psychologists earned an average salary of $66,040 per year while industrial psychologists earned $83,260. Psychologists who have specialized and those working in the private sector earn considerably more.
Employment opportunities are estimated to grow between 10% and 20% by 2010, which is faster than the average for all occupations. Opportunities are especially on the rise for those with a Graduate/ Master’s degree.
Job outlook, on the other hand, will vary by specialty. In 2008, psychologists accounted for approximately 170,000 jobs. 29% of these were in counseling, administration in school, and research. 21% worked as clinical psychologists.
Job opportunities exist in virtually in every country. Europe, USA, New Zealand & Australia are popular places to try out for research and scholarships. Chances are especially bright in third world countries due to a lack of psychologists.