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Integrated M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Behavioral Finance

Start Date

01 August 2022
Duration
4 Years (Minimum)

Programme Fee (Yearly)

2.5 Lacks (1st year); 50 thousand per semester for non-JGU Fellowship students and 25 thousand per semester students admitted under JGU Fellowship scheme (2nd year onwards)

Laboratories

JGU is equipped with a range of psychology apparatus/equipment and capability to conduct psychometric tests such as Brain Mapping, Physiology Assessment, Motivational Assessment, Leadership Assessment, Emotional Assessment, Polygraph Test, Digital Electroencephalogram (EEG), and Finger Printing.

 

Brain Behaviour Laboratory

This well-equipped psycho-physiological laboratory features digital and manual human performance assessments. In the digital section, the laboratory is equipped with electroencephalogram and neurofeedback, whereas in the manual section, a wide range of paper-pencil assessments such as mental health screening, well-being, personality, stress, emotional quotient, etc. are available.

 

Forensic Science Laboratory

The Forensic Science laboratory was established to create a suitable environment to propagate the knowledge of forensic science amongst the students. With this effect, we organize several innovative training sessions, included in the forensic science elective, to impress upon the students the various kinds of analysis that fall under the purview of forensic science and the procedural imperatives that must be followed to ensure a fair trial.

 

Financial Crimes Lab

The main aim of the FinCrime Lab is to increase awareness of white-collar crimes that are committed around the world. By integrating training and research activities, we aim to take an integrated approach to employ psychological, legal, victimological, and criminological dimensions to financial crime and its prevention.