A study on EQ, IQ and SQ
Dr. Umakanth S Seema Sambargi
Professor and HOD Assistant Professor
Department of Management Department of Management
CMS – UG Studies CMS – UG Studies
Jain (Deemed-to-be University), Center for Management Studies
Rachamadugu Ananya (20BBAR0450), Anusha Dwibhashi (20BBAR0210), Rimple Repswal (20BBAR0686), Ashwini Sharma (20BBAR0832), Syed Farhan Reza (20BBAR0884)
This creative and innovative strategic technique was developed and optimized to enable the implementation of new and better solutions. The uniqueness offered by this research paper being the service not only focus on a single type of intelligence but combines IQ, EQ and SQ, deeming them all equally important and essential for human character growth and development.
Intelligence Quotient is the measure of one’s level of comprehension. You need IQ to solve mathematics, memorize things, and recall lessons. Emotional Quotient is the measure of one’s ability to maintain peace with others, keep to time, be responsible, be honest, respect boundaries, be humble, genuine and considerate. Lastly, Social Quotient is the measure of one’s ability to build a network of friends and maintain it over a long period of time. People that have higher EQ and SQ tend to go further in life than those with a high IQ but low EQ and SQ. This research paper focuses on the challenges faced by students where most schools capitalize on improving IQ levels while EQ and SQ are played down. A man of high IQ can end up being employed by a man of high EQ and SQ even though he has an average IQ.
This is why as a step out of the box the research paper provides the users with academic centres equipped with highly skilled professional that focus on building ones IQ EQ and SQ respectively. A student’s intellectual capability, mental capacity and social receptivity is analysed by our teachers who in turn curate personalized academic patterns or syllabus for the student that will help them grow in an environment personally made by them rather than being subjected to a learning method that is monotonous and standardized for all the children in a classroom. A structured questionnaire was used to gather data from a sample of 150 respondents who identified as the student community of Bangalore who are subjected to standardized classroom learning. In conclusion, this way a student is taught using his likes and interests, with a teaching method individualized and customized for them through which no child is left behind in the race of life and all are nurtured based on their individual capabilities rather that recognising every kid in the classroom as likeminded.
Keywords: Students, IQ, EQ, SQ, Classroom learning, Academic centres.