Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to monitor one’s own and others’ feelings and emotions, to discriminates among them and use this information to guide one’s thinking and action. EI differs from the conventional concept of intelligence that it is not only the IQ level but it also confines emotions. It makes one to be aware, evaluate and utilize oneself ability to express emotions in right situations at right time. This study is quantitative in nature. The research design is co-relational. In this study researcher found the relationship between EI and Teahers’ Effectiveness (TE). Moreover, it assessed which gender is more emotionally stable. Population for this purpose was the education universities and higher education colleges of Mirpur AJK. Sample was selected from population. Data was collected through closed questionnaire. It is concluded that Emotional Intelligence can be cherished in several divisions of our survival and it requires the acquisition of precise emotional capacities and skills. Its worth has been frequently renowned in terms of its part in performance and effectiveness, especially in the workplace. For both scales (EI and TE) demonstrates positive response for the variables separately and collectively.
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