Emotional Intelligence is the mental ability underlying the emotional sensitivity, awareness and management skills which help us maximize our long term health, happiness and survival. Saarni (2000) defined emotional intelligence as ‘the demonstration of self-efficacy in emotion eliciting social transactions. Self-efficacy means that the individual believes that he or she has a capacity and skills to achieve appearance, gestures and actions of students. Stein & Cook (2000)remarked that emotional intelligence is a set of skills that enables us to make our way in complex world. The personal, social and survival aspects of overall intelligence, Kravitz and Schuber (2004) emotional intelligence is the ability to understand and express your emotions to meet the requirements of day to day living, learning and relating to others. Mishra (2007) refers Emotional Intelligence as emotional reasoning used to understand & manage the expressions of emotions of self & others.

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