In the past decade, emotional intelligence has generated an enormous amount of interest both within and outside the field of psychology. The concept has received considerable media attention, and many readers of this article may have already encountered one or more definitions of emotional intelligence. The present book, however, focuses on the scientific study of emotional intelligence rather than on popularizations of the concept. Decision-making is one of the defining characteristics of leadership. It’s core to the job description. Making decisions is what managers and leaders are paid to do.The present investigation is aimed at studying the impact of Gender, Nature of Course and Type of Organization on Emotional Intelligence, Conflict Handling Intensions and Decision Making Styles among Professional and Non-Professional students. There may be other factors such as location, age, organizational culture, classroom environment, socio-economic status, teaching-learning methods, curriculum construction and peer group.