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In recent years there has been increased interest among researchers in examining relationship between Spiritual Intelligence (SI) and Mental Health (MH). This research examines university student’s mental health (MH) and spiritual intelligence (SI) on the basis of their gender and stream. Primarily the investigators analyzed the relationship between spiritual intelligence and mental health. 256 students participated in this study from streams (Humanities 74, Commerce 62, Science 54 and Social science 66). Gender wise participation was male 122 (47.65%) and females 134 (52.35%). The participants were screened using two instruments 1) spiritual intelligence scale and 2) Mental health scale. The data was analyzed by employing descriptive analysis (Mean and S.D.) and inferential analysis (‘t’ test, ANOVA, Post-hoc analysis Tukey's HSD and Pearson's Product Moment Correlation). No significant difference was found on mental health and spiritual intelligence of students in respect of gender. On MH, ANOVA results reveal significant difference between streams followed by Post-hoc analysis that confirmed the humanities stream revealed a significant difference in mental health between science and commerce. The mental health scores reported by the humanities and social science, science and social science, science and commerce and social science and commerce streams did not show any significant difference. On SI of students in respect of stream ANOVA results did not show any significant difference. The corelational analysis indicated that there is a significant correlation between spiritual intelligence and mental health of students.