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    Expert Session on Cyber Psychology by Megha Joshi at CMPICA Chausat

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    Smt. Chandaben Mohan Patel Institute of Computer Applications (CMPICA) had organized an Expert Session on “Cyber Psychology” by Megha Joshi, Practicing Psychologist and columnist. The main purpose of the session was to aware students about Psychological effect of excessive usage of internet and its implication to their day to day life.

    She discussed various impact of cyber world on teenagers during this pandemic situation with wonderful examples. Also she highlights the psychological insights which student can sense as an alarm and as a result they can decrease their screen time in their routine task. The entire session was very interactive.

    During the question answer session, students asked the questions such as, how to control themselves in minimizing the mobile usage and get engage in physical activities. More than 100 students were participated in the expert session.

    The session was organised by faculty members Dr. Hetal Patel, Dr. Sohil Pandya and Mubina Malik under the guidance of Dr. Atul Patel, Dean & Principal, CMPICA, CHARUSAT.

    Presently the institute is offering various programmes like MCA Lateral, M.Sc.(IT), BCA, B.Sc.(IT) and Ph.D. Currently more than 1000 students are enrolled in the institute.

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