• Rashmi I. Kadlimatti Research Scholar Post Graduate Department of Education, Karnatak University, Dharwad


Emotional Intelligence is a recent development in the area of intelligence as well as in affective science, both of which have given birth to overlapping perspective on human nature. The concept of Emotional Intelligence implies that humans are both rational and emotional. Coping abilities in life are dependent on the integrative functioning of both rational and emotional capacities.


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Rashmi I. Kadlimatti. (2017). CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE SCALE FOR THE STUDENTS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 3(3). Retrieved from