A STUDY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS

Authors

  • PRAVEEN HEERA RESEARCH SCHOLAR DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICES, PUNJABI UNIVERSITY, PATIALA
  • Dr. AMARJIT KAUR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR GOVT. STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, PATIALA

Keywords:

Emotional Intelligence, Pre-service teachers

Abstract

This purpose of this research paper is to study the emotional intelligence of pre-service teachers. The objective of the study was to find out the significant difference in the emotional intelligence of male and female pre-service teachers. In total 240 pre-service teachers, 120 male and 120 females were the participants of this research. The tool developed by Dr. S. K. Mangal & Mrs. Shubhra Mangal was used to find out the emotional intelligence of pre-service teachers. The results revealed that there is a significant difference in the emotional intelligence of male and female elementary teachers’ training students.

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Published

15-01-2017

How to Cite

PRAVEEN HEERA, & Dr. AMARJIT KAUR. (2017). A STUDY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 3(1). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/619