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The study focused on to conceptualize and find out the relationship in emotional intelligence (EI), academic achievement (AA) and decision making style (DMS) among the adolescent student of SOS Village of Punjab, Pakistan. Two hundred and sixty five adolescent student of SOS Village (N=265) including both genders, ages ranging from 12 to 20 years from different SOS village were administered Questionnaires. Emotional intelligence was measured using the Schutte self report emotional intelligence test (SSEIT), academic achievement was measured by using the teacher ratings of academic skills the development of the academic performance rating scale and decision making was measured through the problem solving/decision making. Results revealed significant positive relationship was found among in emotional intelligence, academic achievement and decision making. It is suggested that there is need to more work on emotional intelligence of the other SOS Village of Punjab Pakistan.
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