A Study of Emotional Intelligence in Relation to Academic Achievement and Family Environment

Shailja Rai


In today’s modern era life is changing very rapidly. In this situation our adolescent facing a lots of challenges and adjustment problems at home , on work place in social relationship and other areas of his life. Many times it happened due to lack of self- awareness, self-regulation and social skills. These all are component of emotional intelligence. In spite of great recognition of emotional intelligence till now some researcher and educationist says that emotional intelligence affect only success in business and corporate world but it seems that emotions affect all our performance and abilities. Analysis of studies indicates that several important variables, e.g. creativity, academic achievement, achievement in mathematics and socio-demographical and environmental variables are significantly related with Emotional Intelligence. This paper will provide researchers, educationist, policy makers, school administrators, teachers and counsellors a better view about the process and application of Emotional Intelligence.


Emotional intelligence, creativity, Environment, corporate world, Counsellors.

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