A Study on Factors Influencing of Emotional Intelligence of Arts and Science College Students in Kanyakumari District

Authors

  • A. Sathya
  • Dr.V.P. Velmurugan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47059/revistageintec.v11i4.2265

Abstract

The study's primary objective is to determine the difference in Emotional Intelligence between male and female students, as well as between rural and urban students. The study surveyed undergraduate and postgraduate students currently enrolled in academic programmes in the Kanyakumari district. The current study sampled 150 male and female students (100 undergraduate, 50 postgraduate) from a variety of educational backgrounds (pure sciences, commerce, and arts). The data collection methods used were non-random convenience sampling and snowball sampling. It is concluded that there is no statistically significant difference in how self awareness, self motivation, social skills, and empathy factor influence the emotional intelligence of arts and science college students. There is a significant difference in how self-management and relationship management factors influence the emotional intelligence of arts and science college students. It is discovered that there is a significant correlation between students' emotional intelligence and their family background.

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Published

2021-07-16

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