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A Study on Emotional Intelligence in Relation to Adjustment among College Students
This study was conducted on n=200 college students both male and female (17-21 years) trom college located in Malerkotla, Dist. Sangmr, Punjab region to find out relationship between emotional intelligence and adjustment of college students using standardized tests by descriptive survey method. Basic information sheet, emotional intelligence scale, adjustment inventory was used to collect the data. Data was processed and appropriate statistical analysis was carried out. The following are the key findings trom the above study: it shows that There is negative significance correlation between the following variables:- Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment r= -0.564** (Home, Health, Social, & Educational), which shows that the students who have high emotional intelligence have better adjustment in their life which is very much useful for achieving success in life.
Emotional Intelligence, Adjustment, College Students.
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