Volume : 4, Issue : 5, MAY 2018
A STUDY ON EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF IXTH STANDARD STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN TIRUVALLUR DISTRICT.
J. SHARMILA, S. SUTHAKAR
This study examined the relationship between Emotional Intelligence of IXth Standard Students in Relation to their Academic Achievement in Tiruvallur District. This study adopted normative survey method of research participants were 300 IX Standard Students randomly selected from various schools Tiruvallur District. The Research Instruments used for data collection was Emotional Intelligence test revised by Cyberia Shrunk and Modified by Vasuki (2007) tested at 0.05 and 0.01 level of significance. The findings indicated at there is a Positive significant difference between Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement of IXth Standard Students. There is no significant impact on Gender, Location, Type of Management, Type of Family, Fathers Qualification, and Mothers Qualification on their Emotional Intelligence and academic Achievement of IX Standard Students.
Emotional Intelligence, Academic achievement, Gender, Sampling, Survey random Technique.
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