Emotional intelligence: A study on university students

Ravi Kant


Nature bestowed humans with emotions. Emotions are significant predictors of anyone’s success. Now Emotional Intelligence is an established phenomenon is under eye of researcher and psychologist. The objectives of this study were (i) to explore the level of Emotional Intelligence of University’s students. (ii) to find ouu the difference between Emotional Intelligence on the basis of gender, locality, level of course and School of study. This survey based study used data from 200 students of Central University of South Bihar, Gaya, India. Results indicated that all university’s students were having high level of emotional intelligence. Result indicates that all students of School of Education have emotional Intelligence of high level except in comparison of students of School of Law and Governance. Male and female students are significantly differed from each other on Emotional Intelligence on overall sample. Female students found more Emotional Intelligent with high mean value. UG and PG students of were found not significantly differ from each other on Emotional intelligence. UG students were more emotionally intelligent on the basis of mean value. Residential location does not have any significant role but rural students were more emotionally intelligent in comparison to their counterpart.


Emotinal intelligence; University’s students

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/edulearn.v13i4.13592


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