Social intelligence has increasingly caught the attention of researchers
and scholars in the present times. This research aims at exploring
difference in social intelligence mean of male and female university students. Secondly, it
explores the effect of age and locality on social intelligence through cross-sectional
research design. Data were collected from all (150) students enrolled in semester 8 and
4 BS education course in four public sector universities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). 71
were female whereas 79 were male in the sample. Data
were analysed based on ANOVA test and independent
sample t-test through SPSS. The study found no
significant difference on gender and locality. But there
was a significant relationship related to age. The findings
of this study demonstrated that social intelligence
increases with age.
1-Asghar Ali Assistant Professor,Department of Education,University of Malakand, KP, Pakistan.2-Iqbal Ahmad Lecturer,Department of Education,University of Malakand, Chakdara, KP, Pakistan.3-Adnan Khan MPhil Scholar, Qurtaba University, Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.
Intelligence, Social Intelligence, Gender, Age, Semester