The main purpose of the current study was to create a multidimensional measure of religiosity using public as sample. In this study, religiosity mean as one’s beliefs and practices related to a religious affiliation or to God (Brittany, 2011). This study concluded that religiosity had a significant relationship with interpersonal social skill for listening skills (p=0.043, r =0.097), emotional intelligence (p<0.001, r =0.171), communicating in groups (p<0.001, r =0.171) and overall interpersonal social skills (p<0.001, r =0.187). All were positively correlated with each other. This means that the higher scores on the religiosity contribute to the higher score of interpersonal social skills.Commitment in religion leads in positive effect on performance (Logan, 2013). Based on the study, it supported the result of this study by stating that religious conviction, motivation, plus religious beliefs as factors in the life success. Besides that, a few research was done on organizational behaviour as it explores on how individuals and groups were likely to behave and communicate in organization (Ramlee et al., 2016). The result of this study was also supported by Gyekye & Haybatollahi (2015). In their study, they stated that religion had a positive relationship towards organizational behaviour. Next, Shagufta and James (2013) also showed that Muslim employees had good relationship towards organization behaviour. Therefore, a study done by Ramlee et al. (2016) revealed that, their result with the significance level of p-value less than 0.05 showed that it was a significant positive relationship between the religiosity and organizational behaviour. The result that showed overall interpersonal social skills of the respondents increased with religiosity were also supported by another study. In the study, it had been found out that higher levels of religiosity was related to life satisfaction, feelings of purpose, gratitude, psychological well-being, positive mood, lower cortisol stress responses, lower blood pressure, and also lower mortality rates (Leak, DeNeve & Greteman (2007). Likewise, studies had found that religiosity had been influencing the employees' job attitudes (Kutcher et al., 2010). Similarly, intrinsic religiosity was associated with positive work attitudes such as cooperation and loyalty, good communication, commitment, obedience and dedication to their organizations (Ntalianis and Raja, 2002). Khalid et al. (2013) also explained the role of religiosity on organizational citizenship behaviours among 237 undergraduates from an institution of higher learning located in the north of Peninsular, Malaysia and found that intrinsic religiosity (?= 0.24, P?0.01) was a significant predictor of OCBO, while extrinsic religiosity (?= 0.29, P?0.01) was a significant predictor of OCBI.Conversely, another study done by Kirby (2008) showed that they revealed that religious belief did not related with critical thinking skills as critical thinking skills was process of actively analysing and evaluating information during communication process. Poor critical thinking performance was predicted by higher levels of extrinsic religious orientation. Additionally, the researchers also concluded that religious belief had negatively correlated with critical thinking skills.Additionally, religiosity in the late adolescent years or early twenties was generally known as a continuation or response to the parents' belief held throughout their childs' life. Moreover, this was likewise the period that a person was prone to change or abandon the religious belief he or she was raised with as a child (Eliassen et aI., 2005). Since, majority of respondents in this study were in a group of twenties, this might be the possible reason for the weak correlation of religiosity and interpersonal social skills.