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Academic Achievement of Adolescents in Relation to Learning Environment and Emotional Intelligence


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The present study was aimed at the study of "Academic Achievement of Adolescents in relation to Learning Environment and Emotional Intelligence". For this purpose of the study Descriptive Survey Method was used. The study was conducted on 400 (200 male and 200 female) adolescents from different 10 schools of Kanga District. For the selecting of sample, Stratified random sampling technique was used by the investigator. The school environment inventory was constructed and standardized by Dr. Karuna Shankar Mishra (Allahabad) and Mangal Emotional Intelligence Inventory (MEII) Mangal, S.K. were used .The investigator has used F- test,t test and Analysis of Variance (One-Way) . From the study it has been observed by the investigator that students who score high on emotional intelligence have good academic achievement as compared to those who score low on these scales. The results of hierarchical multiple regression analyses revealed that emotional intelligence did not significantly contribute to the social and academic success of these adolescents. There was a significant difference between academic achievement of rural male adolescents in relation to learning environment and emotional intelligence. Results also showed that classroom environment relates positively with academic efficacy.

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Academic Achievement, Learning Environment, Emotional Intelligence and Adolescents
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Ram Prakash Gupta
Thakur College of Education Dhaliara, Dehra, H.P., India

Abstract


The present study was aimed at the study of "Academic Achievement of Adolescents in relation to Learning Environment and Emotional Intelligence". For this purpose of the study Descriptive Survey Method was used. The study was conducted on 400 (200 male and 200 female) adolescents from different 10 schools of Kanga District. For the selecting of sample, Stratified random sampling technique was used by the investigator. The school environment inventory was constructed and standardized by Dr. Karuna Shankar Mishra (Allahabad) and Mangal Emotional Intelligence Inventory (MEII) Mangal, S.K. were used .The investigator has used F- test,t test and Analysis of Variance (One-Way) . From the study it has been observed by the investigator that students who score high on emotional intelligence have good academic achievement as compared to those who score low on these scales. The results of hierarchical multiple regression analyses revealed that emotional intelligence did not significantly contribute to the social and academic success of these adolescents. There was a significant difference between academic achievement of rural male adolescents in relation to learning environment and emotional intelligence. Results also showed that classroom environment relates positively with academic efficacy.

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Academic Achievement, Learning Environment, Emotional Intelligence and Adolescents

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