EI has gained in importance over the past few years for its contribution in several fields like working environnent, leadership and relationships among individuals. Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a way of recognizing, understanding, and choosing how we think, feel, and act. It shapes our interactions with others and our understanding of ourselves. A main reason IQ no longer predicts success once we are on the job is that everyone we are competing with is about as smart as we. That’s when emotional intelligence adds great value. The empowerment of women is one of the central issues in the process of development of countries all over the world. The empowerment of women is an active multi-dimensional process which enables women to realize their full identity and powers in all spheres of life. For others, empowerment represents the ability of women to handle responsibilities, to envision a better future and to work to overcome the obstacles that confront them. Teachers have been and will be playing predominant role in the educational process, everywhere in the world. If the women teachers have better consciousness of their work, rights, understanding the situations emotionally & intellectually, they can deal any problem with ease which would keep them free from tensions,  conflicts  &  frustrations,  that  means  if  they  are  empowered  &  become emotionally intelligent they can make their students strong pillars of the Nation. In the present study the results shows  that among  Secondary  School  Female  Teachers   in  Mysore  Taluk   significant relationship  was found in the  Emotional Intelligence and Women Empowerment (.308).There is a significant relationship found among the variables Emotional Intelligence & Women Empowerment (.126) among rural secondary school female teachers in Mysore Taluk. There  is  a  significant  relationship  was  found  between  Emotional Intelligence & Women Empowerment (.232) among urban secondary school female teachers in Mysore Taluk. In Mysore Taluk is a significant relationship was found among aided Secondary School  Female  Teachers  in  the  following  variables Emotional Intelligence and Women Empowerment (.344). In  Mysore  Taluk  is  a  significant  relationship  was  found  among  Unaided Secondary School Female Teachers in the following variables Emotional Intelligence and Women Empowerment (.468). In Mysore  Taluk  is a significant  relationship  was  found among Government Secondary  School  Female  Teachers  in  the  following  variables  Emotional Intelligence and Women Empowerment (.202).

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