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Paper Title: Spiritual Intelligence of B.Ed. Trainee-Teachers and Its Dynamic Relation with Their Big Five Personality Traits
Authors Name: DR.SUBRATA SEN
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 8, August-2022
Abstract: This study aims at identifying the levels of spiritual intelligence among B.Ed. trainee teachers studying under W.B.U.T.T.E.P.A. and to assess the relationship of their spiritual intelligence with the big five personality traits. The study population consisted of 1350 trainee-teachers from ten (10) teacher-education institutes (B.Ed. college) located in the Purba Medinipur district. The sample size was restricted to 100 respondents only by using Yamane’s statistical formula (1967). The researcher adopted a proportionate stratified simple random technique (lottery method) to conduct the survey. The results indicate a medium level of spiritual intelligence (total Mean score 53.0) and personality traits (total Mean 194.0) in them. The researcher demands that there is a positive and statistically moderate significant relationship between spiritual intelligence (SI) and three dimensions of Personality Traits of B.Ed. trainee-teachers. (eg. extraversion, openness to experience, agreeableness). On the other hand, there is a statistically moderate and negative significant relationship between SI and the neuroticism dimension of personality traits in them. No statistically significant difference is noted between the spiritual intelligence of male and female B.Ed. trainee-teacher at the 5% level of significance (t =1.48), but spiritual intelligence in rural B.Ed. trainee-teachers is higher than urban B.Ed. trainee-teachers (Mean for rural teachers trainee = 54.70, Mean for urban trainee-teachers = 51.20, t-value 2.36 at df 3). No statistically significant difference is found in their spiritual intelligence on the basis of pedagogy subjects (Humanity vs. Science subjects) and between B.Ed. 2nd semester and 4th-semester trainee-teachers.
Keywords: Agreeableness, Big Five Personality Traits, Conscientiousness, Conscious State Expansion, Critical Existential Thinking, Extroversion, Neuroticism, Openness, Personal Meaning Production, Spiritual Intelligence, and Transcendental Awareness.
Cite Article: "Spiritual Intelligence of B.Ed. Trainee-Teachers and Its Dynamic Relation with Their Big Five Personality Traits", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 8, page no.157 - 168, August-2022, Available :
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