It is a five points rating scale to measure the final variations in the response of the teachers. It was decided to see the nature of the tool, to construct a five-point rating scale, so that it would explore the finer variation in teachers’ responses. After taking the academic exercise, the following dimensions which constitute Emotional Intelligence is given by Goleman in 1995.
1. Self-awareness: Observing yourself and recognizing a feeling as it happens.
2. Managing emotions: Handling feeling so that they are appropriate, realizing what is behind a feeling, and finding ways to handle fears anxieties, anger, and sadness.
3. Maturity: Channeling emotions in the service of a goal; emotional self-control.
4. Empathy: Sensitivity to others’ feelings and emotions and taking their perspective and appreciating the differences in how people feel about things.
5. Social skill and Social competency: Capacity for understanding what others are saying and feeling and capacity for acting in such a way that one can obtain desired results from others and reach a personal goal.