Rukmini, S.; Patil, Vijaya U.
April 2012
International Journal of Research in Commerce, IT & Management;2012, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p106
Academic Journal
The present research aimed to study the emotional intelligence among college students, to find out the level of emotional intelligence of a sample of college students. To find out whether there is gender difference in emotional intelligence. Sample of the study consisted 70 undergraduate students of Government home science college Hassan, Karnataka, studying in B.A. & B.Sc. Among them 30 are male &40 are female. Personal and socio demographic datasheet (prepared by the Investigator), Emotional Quotient scale (prepared by Anukool Hyde, SanjyotDethe and UpinderDhar) was used to collect the data. Scoring was done as per the direction given in the Manual.'P' value & inter correlation has been calculated to find out the objectives of the present study. The result indicates that, among 70 undergraduatesstudentsmales have slightly high self awareness, empathy, integrity, emotional stability, self development, commitment when compared to females and high self motivation, managing relations compared to females. While females have slightly high altruistic behavior compared to male.


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