EZE CHINAZA .P.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION MANAGEMENT AND POLICY
ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY ULI
Education is a very important tool in the development of an individual and consequently, of a nation. Unfortunately in Nigeria today, Education is suffering severe crisis. It is besieged by some forces like
Lack of commitment by students.
Insufficient funding by the government.
The menace of cultism, and very importantly
Examination misconduct which simply means deliberate violation of a law biding an exercise designed to examine progress or test qualification of knowledge.
WHAT IS THE STUDY ABOUT?
In this study, we shall focus on the problem of Examination misconduct in Nigerian universities. This problem of examination misconduct is rife in our society today. It has seemingly been entrenched in the psyche of most Nigerian university students that to cheat at examinations is inevitable. As a result people no longer have confidence in their ability to perform at examinations unassisted. And if eventually, there was no assistance during the examination, the next step is to go and bribe the lecturers “in cash or in kind” in order to make good grades. Consequently, incompetent graduates are been turned out into the labour market, keeping the entire country in a vicious circle of poverty, retrogression and shame. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
This study has been carried out to figure the reasons why
Students have no interest in studying.
Students allow the cankerworm of examination misconduct to be thriving among them.
Lecturers go ahead to collect bribe from their students so that they pass.
Some parents encourage their young ones to indulge in examination misconduct.
WHERE WAS THE STUDY CARRIED OUT?
Owing to the nature o the topic of discussion, the research was carried out in some of the universities in Nigeria because that is the target...