Impact of Emotional Intelligence among Students of BS Program at University Level
Keywords:Emotional Intelligence, Impact, Academic achievements, University students, Pakistan.
The aim of this research is to determine the impact of emotional intelligence among university students. This descriptive study was carried out among undergraduate students at Pakistan's University of Agriculture Faisalabad. A total of 176 students from the university's Social Science Faculty were conveniently chosen as a sample. Data has been collected by using a well-structured questionnaire and percentage, frequency, mean, standard deviation, weightage score, and rank order by the SPSS 17.0 package by following descriptive statistical analyses method. The study findings revealed that students' emotional intelligence scores varied and that it influenced their academic achievements differently. The reality of a few esteemed crescendos of emotional intelligence among students may be cooperative in terms of valuable life skills as well as satisfying academic depictions. Emotional intelligence management can help students perform better in school and have a positive impact on real-life activities. As a result, it is suggested that students with low academic performance be taught emotional intelligence through training and various programs. This research would help teachers, policymakers, curriculum planners, and institution heads deal with the disabilities of their students. It would also provide guidance and support for professional development, training, and retention plans for teachers.
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