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Emotional maturity entails controlling and directing our emotions rather than letting our emotions. Emotional maturity portrays our ability to accomplish and to check our own emotions, to appraise other’s emotional state and to encourage their verdict and activities. The objective of the present study was to study and analyze the level of emotional maturity of the postgraduate students in relation to certain variables, viz. gender and stream of study. The population of the study comprised of all the post graduate students of Dibrugarh University. As a sample, 300 students took part in. In order to collect the required data for the study, descriptive survey method was adopted. The samples for the study were selected by using both simple random and incidental sampling technique. Emotional Maturity Scale (EMS) Constructed and Standardized by Yashvir Singh and Mahesh Bhargava was used as data gathering tool. The results of the study revealed no significant difference on emotional maturity among the postgraduate students in terms of gender and stream of study.
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