In the education world, different research works were carried out in the area of the human brain and behavioural science; and intelligent quotient (IQ) was largely considered as a yardstick for academic achievement and life success a child can go under his or her present IQ. However, in 1995 Prof Daniel Goleman came out with a different yardstick which triggered a new debate in the educator’s world. The original idea is that the emotional quotient of a child is more important than IQ. “Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ” is a 1995 book by Daniel Goleman. In this book, Goleman emphasized the importance of emotional quotient over intelligent quotient in the area of success in life and academic achievements.