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ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT SELF CONCEPT AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN MALE AND FEMALE COLEGE STUDENTS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

Dr. B.P. Singh

Journal Title:SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Abstract


Parents are interested in cogni tive domain of their children. They are neglecting affecting and psychomotor behavior of their children. Student show this behavior in the form of fear, pleasure, anger, anxiety under the different situation they come across. Child develops his own image, abilities and uniqueness. With the passage of time his perception becomes much more organized, detailed and specific. In the present study cognitive behavior i.e. academic achievement is studied with emotional intelligence and self concept. A sample of 120 B.Ed. college students was taken by providing questionnaires of self concept and emotional intelligence to them. Data was analyzed and it was found that there is a positive correlation between academic achievement and self concept along with emotional int elligence. Male students have high self concept and emotional intelligence than female students. Male students have more exposure of outer world; hence, they can control their emotions and show them at the right time and at the right place in the right dir ection.

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