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The present study aimed to study the influence of gender (Male and Female) and family structure (Joint and Nuclear) on emotional intelligence of college students during and after covid-19 pandemic. The study used descriptive survey method of research. Random sampling method was used in the study. The sample consists of 107 college students (51 from joint family, 56 from nuclear family) among which also 69 were males and 38 were females selected through proportional allocation from the total 20 colleges from two districts, Srinagar and Budgam in Kashmir. The data were collected online through Google form using Emotional Intelligence scale- by Hyde Pethe and Dhar (2001). The data was analyzed with the help of 2 x 2 factorial design ANOVA. The results showed that majority of college students have the average level of emotional intelligence. Also the results indicated that there was no significant influence of gender, family structure and their interaction on emotional intelligence of college students during and after covid-19 pandemic.
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