Topic of the Subjects to be taught

Sociology

  • Sociology is the study of Human Social Life and has a close link to human psychology with the insight in the human nature, behavior, action, reaction, and their influences to shape and determine social and family life
  • Formation of Family – Marriage – Family norms and practice in the changing society
  • Family Conflicts – Sources and reasons of the conflict – consequences – the concept of a Happy Family – the role of the Family Counsellor to resolve the conflicts and confusions
  • Role-Awareness – Communication Skills – Interpersonal Relationships and Transactional Analysis
  • Interpretations of Individual Freedom and Life in the Society – Marriage and Individual Freedom – Present Trends
  • Parent-Child Relationship – Problems of the Adolescent Children – the Role of the Counsellor
  • In the Family life and in Society, the Importance of Human Value System – The Role of the Counsellor
  • The Social Perspective of Juvenile Delinquency – Reasons and Possible Remedy – the Role of the Counsellor
  • Drug-addiction and Alcoholism – consequences – The Role of the Counsellor
  • Career counselling and the role of a Career counsellor
  • Pre-Marital Counselling towards a Happy Conjugal Life
  • Alternatives to Marriage and the Family – Communes – Cohabitation – Gay-families – Staying Single – Social Anxiety
  • Human Relationship – In the family and in society

Psychology

  • Counselling – Definition and Types and Qualities of Counsellor
  • Defence Mechanisms and coping strategies
  • Topographies of mind and Freudan Psychoanalysis
  • Psychosexual disorders causing marital conflicts
  • Psychotic Diseases with special reference to Schizophrenia
  • Combating Tension and stress management
  • Psychosomatic Disorder
  • Geriatric Counselling
  • Theories of Personality Development – Role of Counselling
  • Participation, Motivation, Adjustment, Maladjustment, Learning and Counselling
  • Management of mentally-challenged children and Role of Counselling
  • Basics of Psychometric
  • Industrial Counselling

Physiology

  • The body and the mind – the concept of health and disease
  • Role of nervous system in mental health and disease
  • Physical Disorders and Marital Conflicts
  • Different Sexual Orientations: Physiological Perspectives – Sexuality and Gender
  • Overview of Depression, Anxiety Spectrum Disorders, Somatoform Disorders, Delusions, Hallucinations and Schizophrenia
  • Thalassemia and Genetic Disorders
  • Personality disorders and the impact
  • Holistic Health
  • Adolescence – stresses and strains in Physiological Perspectives
  • Pre-Marital Counselling with focus of attention to Physiology
  • Physical violence, aggression and social unrest

Law

  • Forms of Marriage under Different Personal Laws – Essential Conditions and Ceremonial Marriage
  • Divorce, Restitution of Conjugal Rights and Judicial Separation; Void and voidable marriages
  • Maintenance, Alimony and Recovery of Maintenance
  • The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005
  • Atrocities in Marriage and Domestic Violence – Section 498A, 304B and 306 of the Indian Penal Code and Section 113A of the Indian Evidence Act
  • Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961
  • Laws relating to minor and children, Guardianship, Custody and Adoption
  • Women’s rights to property
  • Provisions of writ – Articles 32, 226 and 227 of the Constitution of India and Right to Life – Article 21
  • Laws relating to Disabilities – Physical and Mental
  • Landlords and Tenancy
  • Legal Aid Movement, PIL, Human Rights, Family Court
  • The PC PNDT Act
  • The Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 and 2006
  • RTI Act, 2005
  • Trafficking in Women and Children and the Prevention of Immoral Traffic Act
  • Victimology: Crime and Punishment

 

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