The researchers are specially oriented towards impact of
personality on emotional quotient (E.Q.) and intelligence quotient (I.Q.).
These researchers studied the impact of personality on E.Q. as well as I.Q. is
required to explain success. Along with the effects of emotional intelligence
on the individual characteristics and environment of an individual also have
determinative role on emotional intelligence. When we bear in mind that
development of emotional intelligence is a lifetime process, determining the
effect of education on development of emotional intelligence become important.
In the context, it is crucial to determine whether or not there is a different
between emotional intelligence of students studying at different majors.
The study was conducted to explore the comparison of
emotional quotient and intelligence quotient among personality (introvert and
extrovert) and gender (boys and girls). The study was conducted in N.M.V. Lalitpur
(U.P.). The data were
collected from 100 students. The data was divided into two groups on the basis
of introvert and extrovert personality. Each of the two group consisted of an
equal number of boys and girls respondents. A standardized Introversion
Extroversion Inventory (IEI) by P. F. Aziz and Rekha Gupta (2001) Emotional
Intelligence Inventory (EII) by S.K. Mangal and Shubhra Mangal (2005), and Test
of General Intelligence (TGI) by K. S. Misra and S. K. Pal (2005) were used to
collect data. Data were analyzed by using analysis of variance (ANOVA). The
main conclusion is that, extrovert students have more EQ than introvert
students. And extrovert students have more IQ than introvert students