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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 2354-2365

Investigating Emotional Intelligence Of The University Students Across Faculties

Dr. Asfandeyar Fida, Dr. Mushtaq Ahmad, Dr. Farzana salim, Ms. Fatima Shams, Kafeel Ahmad Khan, Javed Iqbal.


Emotional intelligence is considered vital for learning and accomplishment. This research has considered how emotional intelligence varies across faculties of Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan. It involved a survey of the university students conducted through Wong and Law Emotional Intelligence Scale (WLEIS, 2002). The findings provided that majority of the students have moderate to high level of emotional intelligence. The faculty of Business and Economics has shown superiority over other faculties in emotional intelligence. Further, Majority of the students of all faculties were lower on the ‘regulation of emotion’ facet. In addition, there were significant differences on the ‘use of emotion’ dimension across faculties. The study has proposed introduction of concepts like self-awareness, social awareness, flexibility, teamwork, optimism and coping strategies etc. in curricula. In addition, certain guidelines are provided for investigation in future.

Key words: Emotional Intelligence, WLEIS.

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