The Indian Psychiatric Society (IPS) is the oldest & largest organization of Psychiatrists & allied mental health professionals of India.
The IPS commands an extensive national network, with 5 major Zonal Branches, 29 State Branches, & greater than 80 sub-sections.
The IPS constitution, officially adopted in 1984, with 15 articles & 45 sections forms the guiding framework of the society.
The COVID-19 pandemic is great challenge for us, and it has disrupted our daily lives in personal and professional spheres beyond our expectations. Governments across the world are taking unprecedented steps to curtail the spread of illness and quick succession of changes are happening around us, making people bewildered and confused. Additionally, the working of every organization and professional bodies are being affected. We are also resetting our own priorities and conducting public planning, interactions and activities through digital medium and telecommunication.
We are all aware that the effects of COVID-19 are not limited only to our physical health but are going to affect the psychological and emotional health of large number of people in the country. As mental health professionals, it is our responsibility and duty to deal with the current situation with great courage, extraordinary spirit and resilient mind-set. Please share with us your endeavours and we will be more than happy to be a part of these activities, plans and initiatives and help you in your endeavours… Read More
IPS: Suggestion and Request for Inclusion of Persons with Severe Mental Illnesses (SMIs) for Vaccination Priority
IPS FOUNDATION DAY – 7th JANUARY 2021
IPS: AGBM 2021 Program Schedule
IPS: Notice for Annual General Body Meeting – 30th January 2021, Saturday at 6:30 pm
IPS: Adjourned EOGBM Registration Link – 28th December 2020, 8:00 pm
IPS: EOGBM Registration Link – 27th December 2020, 8:00 pm
IPS: Notice for Extra-Ordinary General Body Meeting – 27th December 2020, 8:00 pm
IPS Elections 2021: Final List of Contestants
Get Your IPS Membership Today !
Members have full access to:
• Public & private online user profile.
• E-mail notifications for notices.
• Membership Directory & Search.
• Geo-location of Members.
• IPS Events Directory.
• Ability to post events to the website.
• Awards, Fellowships & Grants.
• IPS election & voting rights.
• Minutes of the meetings of IPS & document archive.
• Digital submission & tracking of membership.
Using the new IPS web portal is easy. However, many of the resources & services are only available to verified members. Slide through this mini tutorial to get upto speed. Or, simply go to the online sign-up page!
Complete your Official IPS profile. The official profile is used by the secretariat for all online and offline communications. Provide personal numbers for contact and addresses for postal delivery. Your data is secure and private.
Complete your Public IPS profile. The public profile is displayed to all visitors. Provide clinic or office numbers and address so that your clients, friends and other professionals can reach you.
After completion of IPS profile, a new link for account verification will appear on your profile page. Request verification. The secretariat will verify & provide membership number and status. Be patient! Manual verification may take up-to 3 business days.
Verified members have a blue verification check-mark in profile & IPS Membership number. Only IPS registered members (Ordinary Member / Associate Member / Fellow) can hold verified accounts. If you do not have IPS membership, join today!
Your dashboard is the one stop place for managing your IPS account. Here you can view directory services, post events that you are conducting under the IPS banner, post event reports, change privacy settings… and so on!
Well! Thats mostly it. Enjoy your stay here and write to us about problems and feature suggestions. We are hard at work to bring some cool new stuff in 2020. You will find more details & sneak peak at the website sub committe page!
The IPS Archive
All notices, announcement and events of the IPS are now archived for future reference and are availabe in a searchable format for registered members of the society.