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It is that time of the year when the world marks Mental Health Day. The International Day of Mental Health falls on October 10th and we at MIT SVS Department of Integral Psychology always commemorates this day by conducting a week-long mental health program. The pandemic while waning (as the trends show at the moment), is not yet over and we are still in online mode. So, like last year, this year too, our events will be online.

As always, we will be conducting FREE psychometric tests from 10th October 2021.

Coming Soon: Link to sign up

We have some exciting events and competitions lined up for you and look forward to your participation in large numbers!



We have two competitions lined up for you: Podcast and Elocution. The themes for both are the same and these are listed below:

  • AI and Mental Health
  • Role of Social Media in Psychology
  • Mental Health in an Unequal World
  • Cross-cultural aspects of Mental Health
  • Recent trends in Mental Health
  • Mental Health Advocacy
  • Dealing with Uncertainties & Challenges in Current Times
  • Indic Perspectives of Mental Health
  • De-stigmatizing mental health
  • Mentally Yours
  • Self Help – Best Help
  • Healthy Mind, Healthy Body
  • Uncertain Times
  • My Story

Register here: (Link common for both competitions)​


Win exciting cash prizes for the competitions.

Three winners of both competitions will be awarded cash prizes, the details of which are below.

  • First Prize: INR 2000/-
  • Second Prize: INR 1500/-
  • Third Prize: INR 1000/-

The prize winners of both competitions will be featured on our social media pages & website

Podcast Competition​


  • Open to all students
  • The podcast should fit under the given themes and must be original
  • May be individual or include multiple speakers
  • Only one entry per student
  • Time limit : Between 8 – 20 minutes max
  • Last day for registration: 12th Oct 2021
  • Last day for submission: 16th Oct 2021
  • Medium: Participants will be required to upload their work on soundcloud and submit them here:

Judgement Criteria​

  • 50% Information and Structure (25 points)
  • 40% Creativity and Personality (20 points)
  • 10% Production Quality (5 points)

All registered participants will get to attend a special webinar Podcasting for Psychology conducted by Sneha Gore on 6th October 2021 between 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Sneha Gore Mehendale is a journalist-turned-journalism educator. She works as an Assistant Professor at Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Pune and is also an independent podcaster at Itihaas 2.0

For further information contact: 9307227696 / 9082194155

Elocution Competition​


  • Open to all students
  • Should be relevant to the themes given and original
  • Time limit: 7 minutes
  • Only one entry per student
  • First Round: Participants need to submit a short summary or abstract on or before 7th Oct 2021, based on which final participants will be shortlisted. Link for submission:
  • Final Round: 14th Oct 2021, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Judgement Criteria​

  • 50% Information and Structure (25 points)
  • 40% Clarity, Fluency and Oratory Skills (20 points)
  • 10% Professionalism and Timing (5 points)

For further information, contact: 7620816226 / 9405550949

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