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Rajkrishna Ravikumar, O P Rajoura
& Manjeet S Bhatia (2017, Jan) conducted a study to measure the emotional intelligence of
postgraduate medical students in Delhi. 200 students were selected by simple
random technique. Data was collected by Schutte’s self report emotional
intelligence tool. The findings of the study revealed that the mean score of
emotional intelligence among the study participants was 124.4 with a standard deviation
of 12.8. The total score possible in the scale range from 33-165, with higher
score representing higher emotional intelligence. The age of the participant was
positively associated with emotional intelligence.3

 

Saleha Bibi, Sirda Saqlain &
Bushra Mussawar (2016) conducted a study to assess the relationship between emotional
intelligence & self esteem among Pakistani University students in Iran. 250
students were selected by convenient sampling technique. Rosenberg self esteem
scale & emotional intelligence scale were used to measure self esteem &
emotional intelligence. The findings of the study revealed that there exists a
positive relationship between self esteem & emotional intelligence.4

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Mafuzah Mohamd, Juraifa Jais (2016) conducted a study to measure the relationship between
emotional intelligence & job performance among 212 secondary  school 
teachers  in Kedah. Data was
collected through questionnaire survey & a significant correlation emerges
from the data between emotional intelligence & job satisfaction.The
findings of the study revealed that there was a strong, positive relationship
between two variables, r= 0.477, n=212, p< 0.05, with high level of emotional intelligence associated with high level of job performance of the respondents.5   Ashwini Aithal P, Naveen Kumar, Prasaniya Gunasegeran et al. (2016) conducted a survey based study of emotional intelligence as it relates to gender & academic performance of medical students in Manipal University ,Karnataka, India. A total of 200 undergraduate medical students were selected on random basis and participated in study, 107 females & 93 males. This was a cross-sectional survey. Emotional intelligence was assessed using the trait emotional intelligence questionnaire short form (TEIQue –SF).The findings of the study showed that a total of 102 (51%) students had high emotional intelligence followed by 56 (28%) students with above average emotional intelligence, 28(14%) students had very high emotional intelligence while 7(3.5%) students scored low  & another 7 (3.5%) scored moderate emotional intelligence. Among  the male students 42 (45%) had high emotional intelligence followed by 24 (26%) with above average  emotional intelligence, 13 (14%) male scored very high, 7 (3.5%) students scored low emotional intelligence  & another 7 (3.5%) scored moderate emotional intelligence.6

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