TYBA Psychology Syllabus
From the academic year 2021-22
Outcome Based Syllabus
INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (G-2)
To acquaint the students with:
1- The emergence of Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
2- The work done in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
3- The significance of training, performance appraisal, leadership models.
4- The importance of Engineering Psychology.
Unit- 1: INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL (I/O) PSYCHOLOGY- NATURE AND SCOPE
1.1: I/O Psychology: Meaning, subject matter and functions of Industrial Psychology
1.2: The history of I/O Psychology
1.3: I/O Psychology in the present
1.4: Future of I/O Psychology
Unit- 2: PERSONNEL SELECTION AND TRAINING
2.1: Job Profile, job analysis and Recruitment techniques
2.2: Interviews, psychological testing and Needs assessment for training
2.3: Psychological Principles in training and training for knowledge and skill
2.4: Evaluation of Training Program.
Unit- 3: EVALUATING JOB PERFORMANCE
3.1: Uses of performance evaluation: Downsizing, promotion, seniority.
3.2: Sources of evaluation: The evaluator and performance appraisal.
3.3: Appraisal rating and Non-rating evaluation methods.
3.4: Job satisfaction: Concept and theories.
Unit- 4: MOTIVATION AT THE WORKPLACE
4.1: Concept of work motivation.
4.2: Need theories: McClelland, Herzberg,
4.3: Cognitive theories: Goal Setting Theory, Self Efficacy Theory.
4.4: Motivation: Self discipline- seven step process
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Singh ( 2015). Organizational Behaviour : Text and Cases, 2/e – Pearson, Education
Warren ( 2015). Occupational Psychology: An Applied Approach, 1/e, Pearson Education