Adolescence is the stage where extreme emotions are expressed with the intensity of adulthood but devoid of adult perspective. Literature reports that 55%-63% of adolescents are at low level of emotional maturity. Considering this high prevalence and lack of standard intervention to manage emotional immaturity, this experimental study was done to assess the effectiveness of psycho-education on emotional maturity among emotional immature adolescents. Total 307 eligible adolescents were randomly recruited from eight conveniently selected schools of dist Faridkot, Punjab. Schools were randomly assigned to either experimental or control group. From each school, 10–12 emotional immature adolescents were selected randomly (loery method). Finally eighty emotional immature subjects completed the study. Emotional maturity scale and socio demographic data sheet was used to collect data. Five sessions of psycho-education were given for five consecutive days to experimental group for one hour each day. The findings revealed that 57% of adolescents were emotionally immature. Psycho education significantly enhanced the emotional maturity at 0.05 level in experimental group. Hence it can be concluded that psycho-education is effective intervention for emotional immaturity. Adolescents should be early identified if they are emotionally immature and can be managed with help of school health nurse in school setting by providing psycho education.