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An Evaluation Of The NCE Business Education Programme Towards Meeting The Employment Needs Of Business Education Students In Enugu State

By Ezugwu_samuel_okechukwu

This study evaluated the NCE business education programme toward meeting the employment needs of business education students in Enugu State. The survey
research design was u t i l i r e d .

Published: 09/09/2000

Tags: An Evaluation Of The NCE Business Education Programme Towards Meeting The Employment Needs Of Business Education Students In Enugu State

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The Status of Food Service Hygiene and Sanitation of Restaurants Within Nsukka Urban

By Nwana, Amara C

The Status of Food Service Hygiene and Sanitation of Restaurants Within Nsukka Urban

Published: 08/02/1994

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Strategies for Improving Pig Production among Farmers in Oyo State

By Oketoobo, Emmanuel Akintunde

The major purpose of the study was to find out strategies that can be used for
improving pig production in Oyo State. The sample for the study was 100 pig
farmers in the 3 agricultural zones of Oyo State. the statistical tool used for
testing the hypotheses was t-test. The research questions were answered using mean scores. It was found out that adequate intensive housing system, good breed management such as pairing together of pigs that possess unlike
ancestries, individuals that possess different groupings of the various pairs of
unlike gene and certain desired characteristics, effective feed and water supply
good farrowing management, e.g. provision of rubber mat like motor car carpet
and presence of the farmer- dying farrowing, adequate piglet management and good health care can help to improve pig production.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Strategies, Improving, Pig Production, Farmers

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Hair Care Technology Utilization Practices of Women in Delta State

By Nwaknko, Theresa Ovueyakporie

Hair Care Technology Utilization Practices of Women in Delta State

Published: 07/08/2003

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Improving Commercial Banking Operations Through Computer-Based Office Technologies as Perceived by the Managers/Supervisors in Osun State

By Lawal, Julianah Oladunmomi

The major purpose of this study was to determine the perceptions of commercial bank managers and supervisors on how computer-based office technologies have contributed to the improvement of commercial banking operations in Osun State.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Computer-Based Office Technologies, Commercial Banking, Managers, Supervisors, Osun State

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THE Factors Limiting Effective Teaching of Textiles And Clothing Hence Its Poor Enrolment in S.S.C.E in Nnewi And Onitsha Local Government Areas.

By Okeke, Keziah Obioma

The study was designed to find out the educational related factors limiting the effective teaching of textiles and clothing in post-primary schools hence its poor enrolment in SSCE.

Published: 22/12/1989

Tags: effective teaching, textiles and clothing, poor enrolment in SSCE.

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An Assessment of Technical Teacher Training Programme in Borno State

By Isaac, Indagiju Kwala

This study was designed to identify areas in which technical teacher training in Borno State is ineffective so that remedial actions must be taken to address them .

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Teacher Training, Borno State, ISAAC, Indagiju Kwala

Size: 9.56MB

Instructional Strategies and Techniques as Motivational Factors for Effective Teaching of Technical Subjects in Technical Schools in Anambra State

By Ojukwu, Chinelo B.

The study was conducted to find out the instructional strategies and techniques that would motivate students in technical colleges to learn.
The sample for the study consisted of all the 212 technical teachers in
technical colleges in Anambra State. The instrument used for data collection was a self-structured questionnaire.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Instructional Strategies and Techniques, Motivational Factors, Effective Teaching, Technical Subjects

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Laboratory Facilities Management Practices Adopted by Home-Economics Teachers in Imo State

By Ezike, Ambrose Osita

This study was designed to determine the laboratory facilities management practices adopted by secondary school

Published: 02/12/1997

Tags: Laboratory Facilities Management

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Gender-Related Problems of Women Entrepreneurs Engaged in Selected Service Occupations in Nsukka Town

By Ezeji, Helen Adanma

The major purpose of this study was to identify the gender-related problems encountered by women entrepreneurs engaged in selected service occupations in Nsukka Town.

Published: 02/11/2002

Tags: Gender-Related Problems,Women Entrepreneurs

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Influencing Policy Implementation Factors that Impinge Quality Vocational Education in Enugu

By Ogbonna, George Nwachukwu

Vocational education policies in Nigeria, has not been effectively implemented because her graduates are deficient in skills and competencies. This dearth of efficiency instigated the researcher to study influencing policy implementation factors that impinges the attainment of quality vocational education in Enugu State. The investigation covered all area of vocational industrial education.

Published: 21/09/2018

Tags: Influencing Policy, Implementation, Factors, Impinge Quality, Vocational Education

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Self Concept and Vocational Preferences of Technical College Students in Niger State

By Mohammed, Bala Maik

In a bid to provide a basis for the development of needed industries, Niger state have focused on technology education, electrificationand road improvement network and established a ministry of science and technology to promote research and technology development.

Published: 21/12/2018

Tags: self concept, vocational prefrences

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Contributions of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOS) in Agricultural development in Kogi State, Nigeria

By Ochi, Jenu, M. A.

The study examined the contributions of non-governmental organizations
(NGOs) to agricultural development in Kogi State. The study was designed
to find out the medium employed by the NGOs tor creating awareness to
assist peasant farmers in Kogi State; strategies employed by the NGOs to
secure peasant farmers' participation in programmes; inputs supplied to
farmers by the NGOs for agricultural development activities; technologies in
agricultural productions adopted by the farmers through the activities of the
NGOs; strategies employed by the NGOs to improve the productivity of
peasant farmers; and strategies employed by the NGOs to improve the
income of peasant farmers. Six research questions and two hypotheses
were formulated. Three hundred farmers and NGO extension officers
formed the population of the study.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Contributions of Non-Governmental, Organizations (NGOS), Agricultural development.

Size: 18.56MB

Utilisation of Electronic Commerce in Marketing Industrial Products in Small Medium Enterprises In Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria

By Oborah, James Omatule

The major purpose of this study was to explore the utilisation of e-commerce by SMEs in marketing industrial products in Lagos Metropolis. Four research questions were answered and four hypotheses tested at 0.05 level of significance. The population for the study consisted of 532 managers of SMEs that are registered with NASME and NASSI in Lagos Metropolis. The entire population was studied. Survey research design was used for the study. Structured questionnaire was used to generate data for the study. This instrument was face-validated by five experts from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and was pilot tested with a sample of 20 managers of SMEs drawn randomly in Benis-City

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Utilisation of Electronic, Commerce, Marketing, Industrial Products, Small Medium Enterprises

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FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING COMPETENCIES REQUIRED BY LECTURERS FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING IN CONSULTANCY UNITS OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN TARABA STATE

By Dan-maigona Jummai

The major purpose of the study was to determine the financial accounting competencies required by lecturers for effective teaching in consultancy units of tertiary institutions in Taraba state. Five research questions and five null hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. Descriptive survey design was adopted for the study. Thirty two financial accounting lecturers in consultancy units of tertiary institutions in Taraba State formed the population of the study. A questionnaire on financial accounting competencies required by financial established accounting lecturers was used for the study. The reliability of the instrument was using Cronbach Alpha formula with overall reliability index of .94 Mean and standard deviation was used to answer the research questions, t-test and ANOVA was used to test the hypotheses. At o.o5 level of significance while Findings revealed that the financial accounting competencies required by lecturers are in the area of ledger account competencies final accounts competencies bank reconciliation competencies manufacturing account competencies and ICT-based accounting competencies. Finally it was recommended among others that in-service training should be provided to financial accounting lecturers so as to enable them acquire the requisite competencies for practical financial accounting transactions.

Published: 02/12/2015

Tags: financial accounting, effective teaching, consultancy

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