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Emotional Intelligence among Universities

  title={Emotional Intelligence among Universities},
  author={Hafsa Ahmed},
Emotional intelligence is the indispensable factor of all intelligence dimensions. It presents individuals with the capability to recognize one’s own feeling and other emotions too, managing it. The purpose of research study is to determine the emotional intelligence among Public and Private Sector Universities and the role of demographic aspects (gender, institution, academic courses and cumulative grade point average (CGPA). The importance of emotional intelligence among university students… 

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