Dr. Gurmit Singh


Present study was undertaken to investigate the significance of relationship of alienation with self-efficacy and emotional intelligence. The study was conducted on 200 B.Ed. students from Government Aided Colleges of Education for Women of Ludhiana district of Punjab, India. Alienation Scale by Ojha (2010), Self-Efficacy Scale by Mathur and Bhatnagar (2012) and Emotional Intelligence Test by Zainuddin and Ahmed (2011) were used to collect the data. The results of the study revealed significant negative relation of alienation with both self-efficacy and emotional intelligence.


Alienation, B.Ed. students, self-efficacy, emotional intelligence

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