To be qualified for admission, the candidate must possess the following both academic and behavioral qualifications. A Masters Degree in Guidance and Counselling with a thesis component with good grades in course work of which 75% of the grades must be from B and above. Candidate with Masters in Guidance and Counseling with project written and having an average score of 65% and above in their course work may be considered. Such candidates will be subjected to intensive research seminar presentation. All candidates will have to be assessed through the administration of some Psychological tests, coupled with intensive background checks on them before they are admitted. Irrespective of their level in the programme, candidates found with behavioral disorder that will damage the counseling profession will be withdrawn. Any Ph.D. student whose score falls below 60% in the first semester course cannot proceed with Ph.D. study in counseling.