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The goal of the study was to find out relationship between emotional intelligence and teaching effectiveness of teachers. BarOn EQi, a tool for measuring the emotional intelligence was administered on 295 teachers and 622 students were participated for measuring teaching effectiveness. Data was collected using convenient sampling technique. The data was analyzed through correlation, ANOVA and t test using SPSS 16 software.The result of study revealed that not all but some demographic variables significantly predict emotional intelligence of school teachers like gender, age, teaching experience, qualification and teaching discipline but marital status and designation were insignificantly differed. Teachers’ emotional intelligence and its subscalewere moderately positively correlated with their teaching effectiveness. The study has provided an evidence for incorporation of EI skills in pre-service and in-service teacher training programs.
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