Profile Analysis on Emotional Intelligence, Health Related Physical Fitness and Career Decision Making of Junior Collegiate Students in Maharashtra

Pradeep S. Patil

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The purpose of the study was Profile Analysis on Emotional Intelligence, Health Related Physical Fitness and Career Decision Making of Junior Collegiate Students in Maharashtra. The students, having age group between 16 to 19 years, studying in the disciplines of science, arts and commerce at junior colleges. The selected physical fitness variables were Emotional Intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, and Health Related Physical Fitness. We conclude that Arts students had better profile of Emotional intelligence than commerce and science students. Science students had higher profile of Health related physical fitness awareness than commerce and arts students. Both science and commerce students had similar but higher profile of Overall Competency in career decision making ability than arts students. Awareness of health related physical fitness and career decision making ability possess a high relationship. Assessing one’s status of health related physical fitness awareness level, it is possible to predict his/ her level of career decision making ability.


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Emotional Intelligence, Health Related Physical Fitness and Career Decision Making.

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