A Study on the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement among Adolescent College Students
Emotional Intelligence, Academic Achievement. Adolescent College Student
The present descriptive correlational study investigates the relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement among adolescent College Students who are studying in higher secondary and undergraduate colleges of Balasore locality. Schutte Self-report Emotional Intelligence Test was administered to 100 higher secondary and undergraduate students who were selected through purposive sampling technique. Pearson’s Product Moment correlation was applied to measure correlation between Academic Achievement criterion and emotional intelligence. Also t-test was applied to find the gender differences if any. The result of the study revealed that, though there is not any gender difference was observed, but there is a significant relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement was found.
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Unique Paper ID: 164369

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 550 - 561
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