Emotional Intelligence and Occupational Self-Efficacy in Doctors working in Government & Private Hospitals
International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Research Paper | Psychology Science | India | Volume 5 Issue 4, April 2016

Emotional Intelligence and Occupational Self-Efficacy in Doctors working in Government & Private Hospitals

Ramakant V. Gadiwan, Dr. Rubeena J. Ansari, Amit Dharmpal Wagde

The main purpose of this research was to study of Emotional Intelligence and Occupational Self-Efficacy among doctors working in Government & Private Hospitals in Nagpur. The sample for this study consists of 300 Doctors out of which the Government Doctors were 150, (n= 75 males and n= 75 females). Similarly, the Private Doctors were 150, (n= 75 males and n= 75 females). For the measurement of Emotional Intelligence, Hydes Emotional Intelligence Scale was employed and for Occupational self-efficacy, Pethes Occupational self-efficacy Scale was used. The analysis of the data showed that there wasno statistically significant difference found in scores of doctors working in Govt. and Private hospitals regarding emotional intelligence and occupational self-efficacy. Significant negative correlation was found between emotional intelligence and occupational self-efficacy. Result indicate that statistically significant difference found in scores of female and male doctors working in Govt. and Private hospitals regarding emotional intelligence and occupational self-efficacy. Females found higher with, Emotional Intelligence and Occupational Self efficacy than males. No significant difference found in doctors working in Govt. and Private hospitals it means that in present study, professional setting has not created any effect on Emotional Intelligence and Occupational Self efficacy.

Keywords: EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, OCCUPATIONAL SELF-EFFICACY, GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL, PRIVATE HOSPITAL

Edition: Volume 5 Issue 4, April 2016

Pages: 1053 - 1057

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Ramakant V. Gadiwan, Dr. Rubeena J. Ansari, Amit Dharmpal Wagde, "Emotional Intelligence and Occupational Self-Efficacy in Doctors working in Government & Private Hospitals", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=NOV162674, Volume 5 Issue 4, April 2016, 1053 - 1057

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