Discussiorz is focrcred on the need for iibraries to promote
Professioual developi~zerfz of librarians and at the same tirne empower
then1 fifinancially in order to mofivate lhem to work. Lukewarm attitude
of iibrariar~s to innovatio~u have been identrfied as a negative
i i f lue~~ctoe professio?tal developnletzt, limited opporturzity for job
mobility as well as tlzeir jiizancial enlpowerinent. Purpose of the study
was to survey, idenifi, and repor: some of these factors. In the
methodolog; 1 I stntes in the federation were selected using s:rat$ed
random salnpling. 104 rqportcienrs were administered with
questiomaire. Because only 38 copies were received, the possibility
of generalization ivas doubfed, but we argued that since there was
tremendous reflection of the various shades of professional opinions,
poor returns may not udversely affect the validity and reliability of
jindiings. TZe papei. advocafes not on/) for an imnprovenient of the
professional hnowledge and skills of librarians, hut also for them to
place a proper pricej%r certain 'estm sewices ' they piform. One of
the suggestions was that librarians should strive fcr job enrichment
Key words: Professional development, job enrichnzent/enhancemat,
monetization of librarians.
In this paper, we argue that unless teachers are encouraged to mediate in the school library service
delivery, students will continue to face a future in which their experiences as learners are tightly bounded,
controlled and limited, disregarding the numerous database available in our information repositories such
as the churches, universities, towns, villages, galleries, museums and their libraries. There is a need to open
the eyes of teachers to the potentials of the school library in helping them to teach effectively. It is only
when the teacher's skill is gainfully utilized can the school library materials be effectively used by students.
We consider the problems inherent in this type of mediation, the areas of cooperation, the methods and
materials the teacher may use, the strength and weaknesses of each method in making students to use the
library and the incentive to encourage students make library use a habit. The conclusion is for both the
teacher and the school teacher-librarian to see themselves as partners-in-progress and strive to cooperate
with one another to encourage students to make effective use of materials in the school library
The goal of this term paper, industrial backwardness of third world countries and Nigeria in particular; which way out is to
highlight some factors which causes industrial backwardness, consequences and solutions to industrial backwardness in third world
countries and Nigeria in particular.
Chapter one contains the introduction, defhtion of terms and
some major points why Nigeria is chosen as a case study of industrial backwardness. Chapter two contains / treats the possible factors which leads to industrial backwardness while chapter three deals with the
consequences of industrial backwardness.
Chapter four which contains the crux of the term paper deals
with solution (way out) to the longstanding problem of industrial backwardness in Nigeria. Finally chapter five contains the summary/conclusion and references.
Law enforcement agency or rather the police force is undoubtedly an indispensable tool in any given society charged with the responsibility of maintaining law and order. Hence, this work is a diligent evaluation or appraisal of the efficiency of the Nigeria police in line with discharging of its constitutional duties. While chapter one is an over view of the course of study, the Nigerian police, powers and duties, chapter two buttressed the code of conduct, objectives and challenges of the Nigeria police force. Equally, chapter three tries to evaluate or appraise the effectiveness or rather the efficiency of the Nigerian police in the present Nigeria society. Finally, chapter four professes a way forward by recommending better ways through which the Nigeria police can positively and effectively accomplish its expectations, responsibilities, and challenges in our given state, Nigeria.
This book contains all the required scheme on the topic on poverty and
retrenchment in the Nigerian Public sector. It covers up the areas of poverty seen in the
country, its relevant causes and characteristics on how we can alleviate poverty and its
possible means or solution on tackling this critical situation.
It was written to help human live beyond the expected denomination of huge and
to know their status over the circumstance on situation so as not to arise in the
formation of this concept (poverty).
It also help people who thinks that they are poor and give hope to the hopeless
ones by given a means of eradicating such a disease.
Basically, in our political environment to which it teached them on how to utilize
of financial management and administration of which will help in improving and the
standardization of the economy.
In fact, it is a work which have design for educating the public on how to live and
plan so as to avoid this dreadful disease (poverty).
In conclusion, it is good to read this book chapter by chapter with discernment so
as to understand the basic principles and it's analysis for a brighter future and to take
adequate measure against poverty.
In this research work, effort has been made to explain what marital instability is.
Chapter one deals with the introduction and definition of terms like marriage and
instability. Chapter two explores marital instability in Nigeria its possible reasons
and its demerits. Chapter three researched the implication of marital instability for
growing -up children -the social and moral implication. And the last chapter,
chapter four summaries and concludes the entire work.
I believe that this research work will provide great knowledge to as many that will read it. Happy reading!
This short book exposes Nigerian economy. Nigerian amidst oil
wealth still languish in poverty between 1970 and 1999, the Nigeria
petroleum industry raised about $23 1 billion in rents. Yet from 1970 to 1999
Nigeria's real income per capital fell from & 264 to &250 a year. Why has
Nigeria's remarkabIe oil wesltli has done so little to raise income and
The first section summaries the key role oil played in Nigeria's
economy and five coininon reasons why mineral wealth fail to alleviate
poverty. Section two examines Nigeria's performance in these five areas.
Section three discusses some recent beacons of hope and catalyst of change
and section four offers several recornnlendation for further policy reform
I wish to acltnowledge my lecturer Mrs Joy. 1. Ugwu for her untiring effort and patience for our class.
The insatiable accuinulation of wealth among modern crop of
leaders is a main fixture on political agenda. Through out the world and
most especially Nigeria, this scam reinvents itself in new and more
stuprising forms. This makes it difficult to curb it. Therefore the
complexity of its consequences presents challenges to all.
This term paper consist of five chapters, chapter one give a brief
history of some contemporary leaders who accumulated wealth. Chapter
two exposes the causes while chapter three gives the consequences.
Chapter four presents possible solutions- the way forward and finally,
chapter five gives a summary, conclusion and recommendation.
The 2007 Nigerian general election and petitions to
electoral tribunals is written to provide a clear
understanding of the last election held On the 14'" 21''
and 28th of April. This text covers the meaning, types and
importance of an election.
This . text -, is designed to ease the difficulty faced by
students in answering questions on Nigerian genera!-,
elections. Students are advised to consult this text for reference on electoral research. This book - is divided into
four chapters. Chapter one covers the meaning, types and
importance of an election. Chapter two covers the
establishment of election petition tribunal and the election
disputes and resolutions. Chapter three covers owerri
tribunal, Ebonyi tribunal. Chapter four treats on the
summary of every thing.
This text is useful for people writing exams and book fro reference purposes.
This work is aimed at studying the tendencies of
Nepotism in Nigeria's political system.
Basically people have mis- conceptional knowledge
of Nepotism in Nigeria's political system. This do not
know the history of Nigeria's political system or even
what brought the problem of Nepotism in Nigerians
This work is divided into four chapters, as chapter
one does the introduction, definition of terms and causes
of Nepotism in the Nigeria political. The second chapter
deals on the effects of Nepotism, attitude of Nigerian
leaders towards Nepotism and Nepotism as a
discriminating strategy.. The their chapter discuss the
ways of curbing Nepotism, difficulties faced in curbing
Nepotism and foreign policies on Nepotism. The fourth
chapter explains the future of Nigeria's political system in the face of Nepotism.
This term paper is about marital instability in Nigeria and its implication
growing up children. Chapter one dwells on introduction, overview of marital
instability, definitions of terms and forms of marital instability.
Chapter two talks about the causes of marital instability. Chapter three
goes to explain the implication of marital instability on growing up children.
Finally chapter four gave a suggestion on how marital instability can be avoided
and it also give summery and conclusion of the work.