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Work-Skills Required by Secondary School Graduates for Entry into Pig Production Enterprises in Enugu State

By Egbo, Beatrice Nkechi

The study was conducted to identify work-skills required by secondary school graduates for entry into pig productio~l er i terprises i 11 Enugu State. Three research questio~~wse re developed in consonance with the purpose of the study. Tlu-ee null hypotheses were fo~~nulated and tested at the probability of 0.05 level of significance. Three sets ol'
structured questionnaire were generated fioin the literature reviewed and developed for the study.

Published: 03/03/2006

Tags: Work-Skills,Pig Production

Size: 4.17MB


By Ejiofor Chioma Ebere

This study sought to determine utilization of computer assisted instruction (CAI)by computer education lecturers for effective teaching and learning in Colleges of Education in South East Nigeria. A descriptive survey research design was adopted for the study. Five research questions and five null hypotheses guided the study. The population of the study consisted of all the 64 computer education lecturers in South East zone of Nigeria. There was no sampling since the entire population of the study was used. A 50 item questionnaire titled, utilization of computer assisted instruction by computer education lecturers (UCAICE) for effective teaching and learning in Colleges of Education was used for data collection for the study. The realiability of the instrument yielded .85, .84, .82, .87 and .82 for all the five clusters using Cronbach alpha formular. Data collected were analyzed using mean and standard deviation while one-way ANOVA was used to test the null hypotheses 1 – 4 and t – test statistic used to test null hypothesis 5 at 0.05 level of significance. The findings of this study showed that computer education lecturers utilize CAI in the instructional planning and preparation, delivery as well as in instructional evaluation processes. However, the study found that computer education lecturers were faced with daunting challenges towards the application and utilization of CAI classroom teaching and learning process such as inadequate instructional material, inadequate ICT skills, shortage of resources among others.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: computer assisted instruction, computer education, lecturers, effective teaching

Size: 1.32MB

Requisite Skills in Soil Conservation Required for Equipping Secondary School Graduates for Profitable Crop Production in Abia State Nigeria

By Nwankwo, Oji Ume

In carrying out this study seven (7) research questions were developed and seven hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. Relevant literature were reviews for development of the instrument for collecting data,.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: hypothese , Relevant literature

Size: 1.55MB

New Technologies of Imported used Cars Needed in the Auto-Mechanics Curriculum of Technical Colleges in Oyo State

By Lasisi, Lateef Adekunle

Inadequate Knowledge, skills and competence of emerging new automotive technology can be regarded as the inherent cause of low productivity and inability to maintain imported used cars by Nigerian automotive service mechanics.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: imported used cars, Auto-Mechanics

Size: 1.59MB

MOCK-WASC Scores in Science Subjects as Predictor of Achievement in WASC ‘O’ Level in Enugu Education Zone

By Nwafor, Chukwuemeka

In view of thjs new system of education, the importance of teacher - made tests in various arears of human development I s highly recognized, This study is t o t e s t the predictability of Mock - WASC examinations in Enugu education zone of Anambra S t a t e ,

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Scores, Predictor of Achievement, Level in Enugu Education.

Size: 9.42MB

Assessment of the Adequacy and Utilization of Woodwork Equipment for Acquisition in technical Colleges in Lagos and Ogun States

By Kelani, Risikat Abike

Technical institutions were established in order to embrace technological
development and advancement in Nigeria. Adeyemi (2004), described technical
education as the academic and vocational preparation of students for jobs involving
applied science and modern technology.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Woodwork, KELANI Risikat Abike

Size: 1.63MB

Factors that Influence Students Enrolment in Business Education Programmes in Anambra State Tertiary Institutions

By Chukwurah, C. Chris

The major purpose of this study was to ascertain the factors that influence the students enrollment in business education programme in Anambra state tertiary institutions.

Published: 08/08/1990

Tags: Factors that Influence Students Enrolment in Business Education Programmes

Size: 9.35MB

Improvisation of Feed for Small-Scale Poultry Management in Secondary Schools in Anambra State

By Kanu, Ngozi Roseline

This study sought improvisation of feed for small-scale poultry management in secondary schools. The study identified, analyzed and determined the effects of using locally-sourced feeds on the weight gain of anak 2,000 broiler chicks and also compared the cost of locally- sourced feeds with the commercial feeds.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Feed, Small-Scale Poultry Management

Size: 44.01MB

Woodwork Practice Skills Needed by Trainees and Employees of Carpentaryand Joinery in Building Construction Industries in Imo State

By Chukwu, Samuel Okwu

The study was designed to identify woodwork practice skills needed by trainees and employees of carpentry and joinery in the building construction industry. Specifically, the study was intended to determine the skills required by carpenters and joiners in reading and interpretation of architectural and building drawing plans; setting up building profiles, foundation and formwork construction

Published: 19/09/2018

Tags: Woodwork Practice Skills

Size: 16.92MB


By Nwachukwu, Alex Onyemauchechukwu.

This study is aimed at identifying the problems hindering the development of technical/vocational education in Enugu state.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: technical/vocational education, development

Size: 16.42MB

Strategies for Establishing Dress Code for Female Undergraduates in Universities , in Edo State

By Nwaba, Nkeiruka Iwebunakite

The major purpose of this study was to evolve strategies for establishing a dress code for female undergraduates in universities in Edo State. four research questions and null hypothesis guided the study.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Dress Code for Female, Undergraduates in Universities

Size: 1.61MB

The Design and Construction of a Melon Peeling and Separating Machine

By Utin, Asuquo Yellow

The absence of cheap and functional agricultural processing machines have been the bane of poor agricultural productivity in Nigeria. Besides, the few machines available are expensive and cannot be conveniently purchased or owned by local farmers.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: melon peeling, seperating machine, construction, design, vocational

Size: 615.85KB

Administrative Problems of Technical Colleges as Perceived by the Principals of Government Technical Colleges in Oyo and Ogun States of Nigeria

By Adegoke, E. O.

The purpose of t h i ~st udy w a s t o f i n d out the administrative prol.lems encountered by the principals of Gove:?ment Technical Collegea i n
Oyo and Ogun Stater;, The instrument f o r the study
was the which was personally administered
on the principals of the colleges under study.

Published: 05/12/1990

Tags: Administrative problem of technical colleges, perceived by the the principals of government colleges.

Size: 2.36MB

Skill Improvement Needs of Mechanical Craft Teachers in the Technical Colleges of Enugu and Imo States

By Nnaji, Pauline Ijeoma

Mechanical craft skills are the theory and practical knowledge necessary for self employment in mechanical craft area. Teachers of mechanical craft skills are responsible for execution of these skills. The skills are improved by staff development programmes.

Published: 09/09/2006

Tags: mechanical craft, Teachers, staff development programmes, self employment.

Size: 3.25MB

Employees’ Perception of The Efficiency of The Internal Control Systems in Community Banks Operating in Enugu State

By Azih, Nonye

The major purpose of this study was to investigate the employee's perception of the internal control systems in the community banks operating in Enugu state.

Published: 05/05/2002

Tags: Employees’ Perception of The Efficiency of The Internal Control Systems in Community Banks

Size: 11.31MB