Emotional Intelligence, like general intelligence, is the product of one?s heredity and its interaction with his environmental forces. It is not only mental ability related to intelligence and emotions, but also other personality disposition and traits motives, sociability and warmth. Until 1980?s there was no talk of Emotional Intelligence in 1985, Wayne Leon Payne, in USA, included the term Emotional Intelligence in his doctoral dissertation. This seems to be the first academic use of the term Emotional Intelligence. New York writer and consultant named Daniel Goleman popularized this term in his book Emotional Intelligence in 1995. Several studies like- Singh, S. (2005) and Dubey, R. (2007), highlights that student?s success through emotional education are more than general intelligence. It is a part of human personality and personality provides the context in which emotional intelligence operates. Thus, framing bright future of students this book provides a new field of success in life. The analysis should help to remove psychological problems of the students and should be useful in remedial guidance planning.