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Volume No. :   6

Issue No. :  4

Year :  2018

Pages :  499-508

ISSN Print :  2347-5145

ISSN Online :  2454-2687


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Social Maturity of Senior Secondary School Students in Relation to their Psychological Well Being and Emotional Intelligence



Address:   Dr. Radha Arora1, Monika Sharma2
1Associate Professor, M.G.N. College of Education, Jalandhar, Punjab, India
2M.ED Student, M.G.N. College of Education, Jalandhar, Punjab, India
*Corresponding Author
DOI No: 10.5958/2454-2687.2018.00050.3

ABSTRACT:
The end of the twentieth century and beginning of the twenty first century have seen on unprecedented upsurge in activities revolving around the teenage adolescence students. It is the dire need of the hour that as teenage adolescence students we should have proper emotional development to rightly use our human emotions. So our human mind has something vital to do with human emotions to become socialized. The study was conducted on 100 students, were selected through simple random sampling method from the Jalandhar city of Punjab state, India. The age range of the sample is 14 to 16 years. Social maturity scale developed by Dr. Nalini Rao (1971), Psychological Well- Being Scale By Dr. Devender Singh Sisodia And Miss Pooja Choudhary(1971),Emotional intelligence scale developed by Dr. Sarabjit Kaurwere administered to the sample. Data was analyzed using mean, SD and ‘two way analysis of variance. Results revealed that Emotional Intelligence is required to understand the nature of social world they live within. There exists significant interaction effect between psychological well-being & Emotional intelligence on the score of Social Maturity. High psychological well-being is essential for Social Commitment, Social Tolerance, and Openness to change. Emotional intelligence is important for Work Orientation, Self-Direction, and Ability to take stress, Communication, Enlightened Trust, Cooperation, Social Commitment, Social Tolerance, and Openness to Change. There is significant difference in Personal adequacy and social adequacy of Senior Secondary school students in relation to Psychological Well-Being and Emotional Intelligence
KEYWORDS:
Social Maturity Psychological Well Being, Emotional Intelligence, Senior Secondary School Students
Cite:
Radha Arora1, Monika Sharma. Social Maturity of Senior Secondary School Students in Relation to their Psychological Well Being and Emotional Intelligence.Int. J. Rev. and Res. Social Sci. 2018; 6(4): 499-508.
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