A Study on Influence of Personal Profile Variables on Emotional Intelligence Ofarts and Science College Students

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26668/businessreview/2022.v7i2.435

Keywords:

Personal Profile Traits, Emotional Intelligence, Educational Attainment, Student Evaluation, Career Counseling, Personality Traits

Abstract

Purpose: To assess the level of emotional intelligence among Arts and Science College students as well as the influence of personal profile traits on emotional intelligence in those students.

 

Theoretical framework:  Variables like Education, Area of residence, Gender, Age, Family monthly income, Father Educational Qualification influence the Emotional Intelligence of the Students

 

Design/methodology/Approach:   Purposive sampling, T- test, F- Test

 

Findings: This research has added to the body of knowledge about emotion-related personality differences among arts and science college students studying in various streams, and how they differ in various ways

 

Research, Practical  &  Social  Implications: Emotional intelligence should be taught through various workshops, Community-wide awareness programmes should be organized

 

Originality/Value: Establishing Emotional Intelligence-based results across several streams can aid in achieving a better balance between a student's personality and their academic stream of choice. Academic success and professional advancement are made easier with this balance. Emotional intelligence testing may also aid in the development of self-reflection and increased understanding of one's own personality.

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Published

2022-09-01

How to Cite

Sathya, A. ., & Velmurugan, V. P. . (2022). A Study on Influence of Personal Profile Variables on Emotional Intelligence Ofarts and Science College Students. International Journal of Professional Business Review, 7(2), e0435 . https://doi.org/10.26668/businessreview/2022.v7i2.435