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Adjustment is a process by which a living organism maintains a balance between the needs and the circumstances. For living a happy and prosperous life emotional intelligence and adjustment is a pre-requisite condition. In every sphere of life, starting from birth till death we need healthy adjustment. The present study was conducted with the purpose to find out the relationship between emotional intelligence and adjustment on Academic Achievement of Pre secondary school students of Dharwad District. The study was conducted on a sample of 100 Boys and Girls students of 9th class studying in Dharwad District. In the present study, descriptive survey method was employed the collected data was analyzed with the help of correlation. The results of the present study showed that higher the emotional intelligence and the adjustment on Academic Achievement of Pre secondary school students of Dharwad District.
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