IMPACT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITIONS TOWARDS THE HEALTH CONDITION OF UNDER FIVE AGED CHILDREN IN KANYAKUMARI DISTRICT
June 30, 2021

SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Beena Florence Donark, R. J.

Associate Professor, Bethlahem College of Education, Karungal, Kanyakumari District, Tamilnadu, India

Abstract


In the present study, the investigator has attempted to study social intelligence of high school students using random sampling technique. 300 high school students from ten schools of kanyakumari district were selected as sample for the study. Statistical techniques like t-tests are used to analyze the data. The findings revealed that there is no significant difference in the social intelligence and its dimensions, social information processing, social skills, and social awareness of high school students with regard to gender and nature of family. But there is significant difference in the social intelligence and its dimensions, social information processing, social skills, and social awareness of high school students with regard to medium of instruction. Significant difference is revealed in social intelligence and its dimension, social skills, and social awareness of high school students with regard to locality of institution. No significant difference was revealed in the social information processing of high school students with regard to the locality of the institution.

Keywords


social intelligence, social awareness, social information, social skills.

 

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Beena Florence Donark, R. J. (2021). Social Intelligence of High School Students. John Foundation Journal of EduSpark, 3(2), 40-49.

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