Trait Emotional Intelligence and Stress among Students During COVID-19 Pandemic: An Empirical Study in Heis in Delhi NCR

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Chakshu Gupta, Divya Choudhary, Jaiwardhan, Vibhanshu, Aaiman Siddiqui, Ankur Lohiya


Understanding and managing one's emotions can be regarded as emotional intelligence. As a psychological concept, trait emotional intelligence is evaluated by self-reported questionnaires, and it has been extensively investigated in connection to “stress, coping, positive thinking, and adaptive responses and is responsive to training and development”. It's a unique chance to research stress thanks to COVID-19's confinement and subsequent closure. College students are more likely to get the illness and its social consequences, as well as the stress of online studies, uncertainty about exams and future jobs, and a bad economy. The aim of this paper is to “examine Trait Emotional Intelligence and Stress among students during COVID-19 Pandemic”.

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