International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Analysis Study Research Paper | Physical Education | India | Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023 | Rating: 5.3 / 10


Study of Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Specific Sports Achievement among College Girls in India

Sandeep Deswal | Dr. Ravinder Pal Ahlawat


Abstract: The objective of the study is to find out the relationship between Emotional Intelligence (EI) and Sports Achievements of College going Girls. Methodology: For the purpose of the study 50 players in different Games &Sports and 50 Non playing Girls were randomly selected. The age of all the subjects ranging from 18yrs. To 22yrs. Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS) developed by Schutle et all. (1998) was used to assess the Emotional Intelligence level of the subjects. Descriptive statistics was used to examine the significance difference among five domains of Emotional Intelligence (Self Recognition, Self - Regulation, Self - Motivation, Empathy and Handling Relations). One Way ANOVA was used and hypothesis was tested at.05 level of significance. Results: The Mean and Standard Deviation of Non - Playing Girls are Self - Recognition (15.5 +2.60), Self - Regulation (15.38+3.51), Self - Motivation (18+2.74), Empathy (20+2.43) and Handling Relations (29.52+3.74) and total EI Scale is (99.16+5.25). Mean and standard deviation of players in different games and sports are Self - Recognition (15.9+2.70), Self - Regulation (18.78+3.19), Self - Motivation (22.92+3.36), Empathy (22.6+2.52) and Handling Relations (32.9+3.32) and Total EI Scale is (113.1+6.32). The ANOVA result shows that the ?p - values? of the domains of Emotional Intelligence is less than 0.05 and hence F - value is significant at 5% level. Summarizing the key findings and implications of the study: Results clearly indicates that there is a significant difference existing between the Emotional Intelligence and Sports Achievements of College Girls. Students who are high on the EI Scale are having high sports achievement hence EI plays major role in sports achievements among Girls. Development of EI among player?s leads to better sports performance.


Keywords: Emotional Intelligence, Sports Achievement, Empathy, Self - Motivation, College Girls


Edition: Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023,


Pages: 2015 - 2019



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