A Study on Students Academic Achievement in Relation to Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Intelligence of M.Ed Students

  • S Rajeswari Research Scholar, Lecturer, Pragathi B.Ed. College, M.G.Road, Chikkaballapur, Karnataka, India
  • S K Panneer Selvam Assistant Professor & Guide, Department of Education, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India
Keywords: broad domains, personality, equality, characteristics, interpersonal

Abstract

UNESCO has identified various tensions and crisis of modern society and suggested 4 pillars to be constructed for strengthening the education system. These pillars are: “Learning to Know, Learning to Do, Learning to live together and Learning to be.”The importance of education has been realized by everyone and by every nation. It is quite evident that the strength of the country depends on the strength of education, which in turn depends on the strength efficiency of teachers and the process of teaching. According to Tagore, “The widest road leading to the solution of all our problems is education.” Intelligence is one of the main characteristics that results in individual differences among peoples. This has been attended by humans from many years ago (Bakhtiarpor, 2009). Although study about intelligence has focused on its cognitive aspects such as memory, problem-solving, emotional, social, and spiritual ability have been attended by authors. The role of intelligence tests in predicting academic performance that the effective psychosocial and mental sources has an important role in predicting academic achievement especially in the higher academic levels (Furnham, Chamorro, and Premuzic, 2004).

Published
2019-10-01
How to Cite
Rajeswari, S., & Panneer Selvam, S. K. (2019). A Study on Students Academic Achievement in Relation to Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Intelligence of M.Ed Students. Shanlax International Journal of Arts, Science and Humanities, 7(2), 24-38. https://doi.org/10.34293/sijash.v7i2.611
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