• Role of Technology Parks in National Development
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  • Role of Smes in National Development (Case Study of India)
    ABSTRACT SMEs form the backbone of the Indian manufacturing sector and have become engine of economic growth in India. It is estimated that SMEs account for almost 90% of industrial units in India and 40% of value addition in the manufacturing sector. This paper closely analyses the growth and...
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  • Benifits of Science and Technology
    HARVARD PROFESSOR, BUSINESS EXECUTIVES DETAIL BENEFITS OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY FOR DEVELOPMENT IN SECOND COMMITTEE PANEL DISCUSSION While, science and technology had indeed led to great advances in global development, increased investment in that field could do much more to feed, nurture, house...
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  • History of Science and Technology
    Science and Technology has been around from the beginning of time. It evolved from the everyday efforts of people trying to improve their way of life. Throughout history, humankind has developed and utilized tools, machines, and techniques without understanding how or why they worked or comprehendin...
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  • Science and Technology
    Science and Technology Justin Larson University of Phoenix, Axia College Science and Technology Where would we be as a global community without the study and aid of science and technology? How could humankind have survived through the ages without it? Science and technology...
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  • The Role of Information (Ict's) in National Development
    Information is defined on the Business dictionary website as, “raw data that (1)Has been verified to be accurate and timely, (2)Is specific and organized for a purpose, (3) Is presented within a context that gives it meaning and relevance, (4) and which leads to increase in understanding and decre...
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  • Science and Technology: Global Earth Observing Systems
    A recently increasing challenge to the population of the world has been natural disasters. Natural disasters are consequences of the combination of a natural hazards and human populations. Natural hazards include earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, hurricanes, epidemic, and countless other natural proces...
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  • Top Five: Science and Technology and Literary History
    Top Five: Science and Technology Science and Technology is a broad domain wherein different figures, elements and events have brought about great advances with the way the world is perceived today. In Britain, the five most important events/dates in the history of science and technology are...
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  • Cheating by Technology in National Examinations-Kenya
    2.0 BACKGROUND AND OVERVIEW In my practice as a supervisor in the Kenya National Examination Council (2007) Secondary Examination briefing on conduct and ways of curbing exam cheating, I rose to ask the participants made of among others, quality Assurance and Standards officers, supervisor...
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  • Technological Parks and Their Role in National Development
    Contents INTRODUCTION FOUNDATION M odu le A Paper A1 Functional English Paper A 2 Quantitative Methods 7 9 3 5 M odu le B Paper B 3 Introduction to Economics and Finance Paper B 4 Introduction to Financial Accounting Paper B 5 Mercantile Law 12 15 19 INTERMEDIATE Module C Paper C 6 Fi...
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  • Science and Technology
    A Biologically Inspired Networking Model for Wireless Sensor Networks Charalambos Charalambous and Shuguang Cui, Texas A&M University Abstract Wireless sensor networks have emerged in strategic applications such as target detection, localization, and tracking, where the large scale renders central...
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  • Information Technology in Social Development: the Reality Bites.
    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT: THE REALITY BITES. ABSTRACT Development in society is a continuous phenomenon, triggered by technological innovations, human values and a synergistic association of the duo. Such an association inevitably creates ripples of enhancement in productivity...
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  • The Role of Nigerian Students in National Development
    The meaning of feminism has shifted throughout history along with the roles and responsibilities of women. Women in the 1950s were expected to find fulfillment in ironing and in baking the perfect rosemary chicken, and they were discouraged from pursuing a career. The goal of feminism was to liberat...
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  • Strategic Plan to Develop Student Interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Related Careers: a Literature Review
    Strategic Plan to Develop Student Interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Related Careers Success in K-12 math and science classes has a direct effect on student’s decision to pursue careers in engineering and technology. In a recent International assessment conducted by the Or...
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  • Importance of Human Resource Development
    IMPORTANCE OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT Human Resource is the most Important and vital Factor of Economic Development or it can be said that humans are the agents of development. some of the importance of Human Resource or Human Capital are. 1) Country Develops if The Human Resource is Develope...
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  • India - Progress in Science & Technology
    INDIA’S PROGRESS IN THE FIELD OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY A New Frontier  The tradition of science and technology (S&T) in India is over 5,000 years old. A renaissance was witnessed in the first half of the 20th century. The S&T infrastructure has grown up from about Rs. 10 million at the time of...
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  • Science, Technology and Society
    ITRODUCTION As it becomes evident from historical observations, research was creation of the curiosity which is caused by the human nature. A lot of the discoveries that occurred in the ancient years were achieved by luck. After that they acquired experience and skills to explore more and more f...
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  • Comparing and Contrasting the Gender Composition of the 2003 and 2007 National Assembly. Its Implication on the Growth and Development of the Nigerian Economy.
    COMPARING AND CONTRASTING THE GENDER COMPOSITION OF THE 2003 AND 2007 NATIONAL ASSEMBLY IN NIGERIA. ITS IMPLICATION ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE ECONOMY. ABSTRACT Gender has become a major problem in Nigerian politics. Women have been politically considered as endangered species and...
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  • Rethinking Human Development in Africa: Between Technology Transfer and Appropriate Technology
    RETHINKING HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: BETWEEN TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY By Alloy, S. Ihuah PhD Department of Religion and Philosophy, Benue State University, Makurdi. Abstract In the excitement over the unfolding of his scientific and technical power...
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  • The Importance of Objectivity and Falsification in Management Science
    Published in Journal of Management, 9 (1983), 213-216. The Importance of Objectivity and Falsification in Management Science J. Scott Armstrong The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania In general, I thought that the Boal and Willis “Note on the Armstrong/Mitroff Debate” 1 provided an...
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