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Semester and Year Offered: 5th and 6th Semester; 3rd Year
Course Coordinator and Team: Prof. Rachana Johri, Dr. Ashis Roy, Prof. Honey Oberoi Vahali
Email of course coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre-requisites: knowledge of research methods and ethics
Aim: production of reliable data and knowledge on a specific clinical or psychosocial topic to make a meaningful contribution to theory and/or practice.
Brief description of modules/ Main modules:
Relying on the supervisory process between teacher and student, the research dissertation is a culmination of the overall M.Phil. training, its focus being on a specific clinical or psychosocial topic. It could be based on exploratory work, theoretical contributions clinical work. Students may like to explore other modalities of working on a dissertation apart from it being a written document. It could for instance be a film or a theatre production they make on issues of relevance to mental health. They could also create an art based work on themes of psychosocial clinical.
Assessment Details with weights: (Written thesis + viva) - 100%