• Examination Misconduct in the Nigerian Universities
    EXAMINATION MISCONDUCT IN THE NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES BY EZE CHINAZA .P. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION MANAGEMENT AND POLICY (ECONOMICS OPTION) ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY ULI 01/05/09 INTRODUCTION Education is a very important tool in the development of an individual and consequently...
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  • Ethics and Leadership in Nigerian Universities: a Study of Staff-Student Relationship at the University of Lagos
    better be protected and promoted within the universities. The character of the Nigerian state However, we cannot really understand the origin, extent and manifestations of ethical misconduct and moral decadence in the Nigerian society, without first understanding the character of the Nigerian...
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  • Profile of Papa
    examinations, was elected to and served in the high office of President Ibibio State Union. This marked him out as a future Nigerian leader.” It is also recorded in the same book (p.393) that Chief Inyang left the School for further studies on “a sound and impregnable foundation, academically, socially...
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  • Curbing Examination Malpractices in Nigerian Educational Assessment: Guidance and Counselling Intervention
    CURBING EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES IN NIGERIAN EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT: GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING INTERVENTION By Mudathir Ade Ademoroti Mcasson Ulul-Albab Science Secondary School, Katsina, Katsina State And Abdulrasheed S. Imam (Ccn, mcasson) Ulul-Albab Science Secondary School, Katsina...
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  • ASSESSING THE CONDUCT OF TAKORADI POLYTECHNIC’S END OF SECOND SEMESTER HND EXAMINATIONS FOR 2011/2012 ACADEMIC YEAR
    in-house Seminar on examination malpractices held at the Ondo State College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti (Jan. ‘26-27, 1995). Olaseinde, A.O. (1993). Cheating in examinations in the University of Ilorin: Styles, causes and remedies. Nigerian Journal of Educational Foundations, 4, (1), Olaseinde...
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  • concept of examination malpractice
    as the absence of the adherence to the rules and regulations guiding the conduct of examination. (vii) Any wrong doing, misconduct, dishonesty or improper practice for personal gains, or violation of set rules of conduct during examinations. (Jegede, 1996 in Jega, 2006). (viii) Any act of...
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  • Assessment of Selected Secondary School Students in Ibadan North Lga, on Their Knowledge, Perception and Relevance of Sex Education
    , heterosexual activities are also listed among types of behavioural problems prevalent in Nigerian secondary schools. These are variously named in the literature as sex abuse, sex offences, sexual misconduct, sexual immorality, sexual promiscuity, and sexual maladjustment. It has been observed that in...
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  • Information Technology Does More Goods Than Harms
    , gross misconducts and disorderliness here and there in our country are as a result of selfish protection of personal interest by our leaders. This has made almost every Nigerian, in his\her own small unit, to have a cause to grief and therefore crave for power to satisfy personal interest. The...
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  • How to Curb Exam Malpracise
    . Obe, E.O (1998). An Appraisal of Continuous Assessment and National Examinations in Nigerian Schools, Inaugural lectures series Lagos: University of Lagos Press. Oluyeba, N. Y & Daramola (1993). Incidence and Detection of Examination Malpractices in Nigeria Examination Shonekan...
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  • Examination Malpractice
    and fair examination and to know the strength education as imbibed in them. However this is not so, many student in University of Abuja and in particular sociology department have engaged in examination malpractice or misconduct in order to be have good grades to impress themselves, boast among their...
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  • The Nigerian Banking Sector and Its Development in Recent Times
    ’ Association (NESA), University of Abuja Chapter. Oboh, GAT 2005, Selected Essays On Contemporary Issues In The Nigerian Banking System: University Press Plc, Ibadan. Omankhanlen, O 2012, ‘AMCON recovers N600bn from bank debtors •As Bankers Committee forecloses shift in penalty charges on Cashless Lagos...
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  • Computer Professional Examination
      A  BRIEF ON THE EXAMINATION. The Computer Professional Examination (CPE) is designed with the aim of developing and nurturing the potentials of Nigerian youths and adults alike that are interested in making career out of Information Technology. The examination has different entry points...
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  • Counselling in Nigeria
    . Doctor of philosophy programmes and degrees in counsellor education is equally available in some Nigerian Universities that are equipped for such. The entrants into a doctor philosophy degree programme must process a master of education degree in counselling and must have written and defended a...
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  • Electronic Payment of Salaries of Staff to Nigerian Civil Servants Problems and Prospects
    ELECTRONIC PAYMENT OF SALARIES OF STAFF TO NIGERIAN CIVIL SERVANTS PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS T. A. NGEREBO-A,Ph.D DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE, RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, PORT HARCOURT, E-MAIL: oniminp2002@yahoo.com AND SUNDAY C. NWITE DEPARTMENT OF BANKING...
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    Promoting Financial Accountability in the Public Sector. Nigeria: University of Jos . The Nigerian Rezaee, Z., Crumbley, D.L. & Elmore, R.C., 2004. Forensic accounting education: A survey of academicians and practitioners. Advances in Accounting Education Teaching and Curriculum Development, 6, p...
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  • Exams
    EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE AND ACT 33 OF 1999 By Ven. Dr. Adams Onuka and Mr. S. A. Amoo, Institute of Education, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Abstract Examinations as generally observed provoke anxiety in students. Anxiety could either be positive or negative. The anxiety generated in...
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  • The Impact of the Activities of Quacks on the Practice of Real Estate Profession in Nigeria.
    Management in accredited polytechnics or universities. After the completion of either Higher National Diploma (HND) or a B.Sc degree in Estate Management, a graduate HND holder, from an accredited polytechnic, will sit for the Professional Qualifying Examination Stage 3 (PQE 3) while graduates of non...
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  • Customer Relationship Management
    , and which is deemed to be a dismissal) and, as part of the common law, this concept is part of Nigerian law. The Labour Act specifically retains the common law right of an employer to summarily dismiss an employee for serious misconduct. The LA also expressly ensures the employer s ability to...
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  • Ethical Behavior
    aDepartment of Accounting, Finance and Management, University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester C04 3SQ, United Kingdom Available online 12 July 2007. Abstract Investors in Nigeria have lost several billions of dollars through the collusion of accountants and external auditors with...
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  • The Environment of Crisis on the Nigerian Educational System
    new in the system and it is not a part of the evaluation process for many examinations, such as the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Examination for entrance into the universities, polytechnics and colleges of education. Crises in the Nigerian Education System 93 Another factor is that Nigerian...
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