Bashir Institute of health sciences offers admission in “BS Psychology”, a 4-year Degree program, affiliated with the University of Peshawar. Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and its functions, especially those affecting behaviour in a given context. Psychology has applications in many areas of life, including education, healthcare, business, and government. The insights gained from the study of psychology can be applied to improve individual and group well-being, enhance performance and productivity, and promote positive social change
FSc with 45% marks.
No Entry test.
Note: Hostel and transport facilities available.
Dear Prospective Students,
Welcome to the Department of Psychology at our esteemed institution! As the Head of the Psychology Department, I am thrilled to introduce you to our comprehensive and dynamic academic programs.
Our psychology department is dedicated to providing you with a stimulating learning environment that fosters intellectual growth, critical thinking, and a deep understanding of human behavior and the mind. Our esteemed faculty members are passionate about their research and teaching, and they are committed to nurturing your academic and personal development.
Throughout your journey with us, you will have the opportunity to explore a wide range of fascinating topics in psychology, including cognitive psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology, clinical psychology, and more. Our hands-on approach to learning ensures that you gain practical skills and experience through research projects, internships, and fieldwork.
We believe in a supportive and inclusive community that values diversity and encourages open discussions. You will find a plethora of opportunities to engage in student organizations, seminars, and workshops, fostering a strong sense of camaraderie among your peers.
Join us in unravelling the complexities of the human mind and behaviour, and embark on a fulfilling and rewarding career in the field of psychology. We look forward to welcoming you into our close-knit academic family.
Head of the Psychology Department