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STUDY OF CO - RELATION OF EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE AND NEUROTIC TENDENCY OF M. ED. STUDENT

Surekha Bhagyawant

Journal Title:SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Abstract


We all expect teacher for our kids should be competent and cool. It is teacher educat or who helps teacher to develop himself/herself like that. So it is obvious that the teacher educator herself should be enough competent and having normal and well developed personality. Our M.Ed. students who are would be teacher educator and we expect th em to be a good teacher educator in future. But just expectations are not enough; we should test them and help them wherever there is need. For that purpose the researcher who is a teacher educator thought of testing own students for emotional competence a nd neurotic tendency, as both of these characteristics matters a lot specially in teacher education as their students will be working with future teachers. And we all know that students imitate & behave like what they observe rather than what they hear ab out. The researcher worked on the sample of 30 students. Gave them Emotional Competence Scale and KNPI (Kundus Neurotic Personality Inventory) to solve and found out correlation between these two attributes. More than 50 % students were average' in Emotional Competence; 37 % were competent and 10% students were incompetent. And only 20 % students were normal; 60 % students were slightly neurotic and 20 % were moderately neuroticThere was no significant correlation between Emotional Compe tence and Neurotic Tendency of M. Ed. students.

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