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Vol. 9, Issue 12 (2020)

Impact of life skills education on emotional intelligence of young women in Hyderabad, India

Author(s):
Aprajita Raj, Dr. M Sarada Devi, Dr. P Sreedevi, Dr. R Neela Rani and Dr. T Supraja
Abstract:
Young women were facing many more problems in their daily life and struggling a lot to establish their career and family life. These differences laid many social and emotional problems among young women. Life Skill is considered as psychosocial competences which enable an individual to develop adaptive and positive behaviour so as to deal effectively with challenges and demands of everyday life. Those basic skills are essential to promote overall well-being and competence in young women to face the realities of life in the society. Life skills helps the individual to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday. Hence an intervention programme based on life skills was developed and implemented among young women to enhance their emotional intelligence. The samples were comprised of 120 young women in Hyderabad, India. Emotional intelligence was assessed through (SEIS) before and after intervention. The results revealed that there was significant mean difference existing between pre and post-test with respect to overall emotional intelligence and its components. Hence, it can be inferred that LSE helped the young women to inculcate emotionally progressive behaviours and thus, enhance their emotional intelligence.
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How to cite this article:
Aprajita Raj, Dr. M Sarada Devi, Dr. P Sreedevi, Dr. R Neela Rani, Dr. T Supraja. Impact of life skills education on emotional intelligence of young women in Hyderabad, India. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(12):228-232.

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