A study on emotional intelligence among inter-collegiate badminton men and women players
Author(s): Raveendra Khot and Dr. AG Bujurke
Abstract: Badminton is a sport that can be played in a variety of ways. It necessitates a high level of physical fitness. Badminton is a fast-paced movement sport. It is a physically demanding sports wherein Volatile movements will be required for the competitive game. The level of emotional intelligence will be identified among the intercollegiate badminton players. The existing study aims to evaluate inter-collegiate badminton players' level of emotional intelligence. To measure emotional intelligence among inter-collegiate players. To see the difference of emotional intelligence between male and female. In essence, the research design was descriptive. The sample consisted 73 badminton players. Inventory for emotional intelligence by Dr. S.K. Mangal and Mrs. Shubhra Mangal was used for measuring emotional intelligence of participants. The majority (57.5 percent) of the badminton player’s age cohort is 19 – 21 years. 52.1 percent of the male badminton players were participated the present study. 69.9 percent of the respondents are from nuclear family. 16.4 percent of the respondents are from B.Com, BA, and MPED background are participated in the present study. 68.5 percent of the respondent’s emotional intelligence level is above average. People with higher EIs have been generally recognized as having a higher degree of mental health, success and leadership. Under reality, the major skill for controlling emotions in stressful conditions seems to be having high EI.