Nnamdi Azikiwe S Contribution To Educational Development In Nigeria Essays and Term Papers

  • 1. The effect of management-labour relation on productivity

    and goals is to a large extent depending on the management of the human and material resources (Ama and Okafor, 2000). Relating this study to Nnamdi Azikiwe University as the case study, it focuses on how human research management can be improved in other to enhance productivity According to Milton...

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  • African Indepence

    research on Nigeria the West side of Africa and I found out that by an act of British parliament Nigeria became an independent country by October 1, 1960 and during the first three years they were independent. The federal government was a Nigerian congress and national council of Nigeria and Cameroon...

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  • Ict and Nigerian Education

    THROUGH INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT) – DRIVEN CURRICULUM DR. LILIAN-RITA AKUDOLU DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY AWKA ABSTRACT This paper presents a survey, which is aimed at identifying the extent to which it is necessary...

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  • The Place of Ndi Igbo in Nigeria Social Economic Development

    PLACE OF NDI-IGBO IN NIGERIA’S SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT By Ikechukwu D. Ikerionwu Relationship Management Unit Sterling Bank Plc, Lagos, Nigeria ABSTRACT The advent of European colonialism radically...

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  • Chapter 2

    Mathematics in Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria Ada Anyamene, PhD Chinyelu Nwokolo, PhD Department of Guidance and Counselling Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Nigeria. Faith Anyachebelu, PhD Department of Early Childhood and Primary Education Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Nigeria. Victoria C. Anemelu, PhD Department...

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  • EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES AS THREATS TO QUALITY ASSURANCE IN EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

    EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES AS THREATS TO QUALITY ASSURANCE IN EDUCATION IN NIGERIA, BY OGUNDEPO, A. O. Background to the study. Examination is one of the ways through which students’ academic achievements are measured. It is a means of assessing students’ academic abilities with a view to taking...

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  • FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR RISE AND GROWTH OF NATIONALITY IN NIGERIA.

    RESPONDSIBLE FOR THE RISE AND GROWTH OF NATIONALISM IN NIGERIA INTRODUCTION No one, not even the most far-sighted, ever thought that British rule would last for only sixty years. In the early years of colonial rule, the idea of an independent Nigeria within so short a time would have sounded ridiculous...

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  • Nigerian Women in Nation Building

    exclusively theirs. It is for this reason that men, have dominated the world at times, by force thereby, excluding women from nation building and development. Can these men really be afraid? And out of fear cling to power as if it is their prerogative and women have no say or place in it. Well, once...

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  • Achieving Vision 2020

    Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa (Volume 12, No.4, 2010) ISSN: 1520-5509 Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania Achieving Vision 2020 in Nigeria: A Review of the Economic and Market-Oriented Business Reforms Ezirim Aloy Chinedu, Okeke C. Titus and Ebiriga O. Thaddeus ...

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  • A Linguistic-Stylistic Investigation of the Language of the Nigerian Political Elite

    and other political offices. It also embraces those that are involved in practical political practitioning and politicking either civil or military. Nigeria, since independence, has been under the tutelage of two different kinds of political regimes: the civil political administration and the military political...

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  • Nigeria a Political Review

    Nigeria is named after the Niger River. A British journalist in the 1890s named Flora Shaw suggested the name because of the river was a dominant presence in region and the name was accepted as the official name of those territories in the Niger Region. (ANYANWU) The country can be divided into three...

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  • Personal Statement

    mathematics played in helping mankind lead a better life. Through the advancements in Science, there has been all round improvement in quality of life and development to the society. By the end of secondary school, I started making my mind about what would be my next step. Based on my potentials, I was sure that...

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  • Research on Hiv

    Mobile: +255719984965; +255779410145 Email: ezinneokoro2009@yahoo.com Educational Technologist Qualified practitioner of educational technology seeking an opportunity to apply skills and knowledge of not just a technical educational nature but also an office management perspective in a growth oriented...

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  • The Effects of Effects of Early Marriage

    instead of outright sending of their daughters to marry prematurely. 1.6. DEFINITION OF CONCEPTS The under listed terms have the following meaning(s): Early- early simply means the period or time between the appointed times. Marriage- marriage is a union or life contract between a male and...

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  • Failure of aid in Nigeria

    However, A.G frank is often credited with formulating the original version of the dependency theory. Frank presented this theory as his contribution to development economies and wanted it to be seen along side neo-clssical theories viz structurist theories and traditional Marxist theories all of which...

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  • Tax Revenue

    Economic Development in Nigeria: A Macroeconometric Approach Worlu, Christian N. Accountancy Department, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. E-mail: nwene15@yahoo.com Emeka Nkoro Economics Department, University of Port Harcourt Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. E-mail:...

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  • Ict in Education: a Catalyst for Effective Use of Information

    Senior Lecturer in the Department of Library and Information Science, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. He can be reached at the Department of Library and Information Science, Faculty of Education, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria. He can be reached at: obinwachrist@yahoo.com. Esoswo Francisca Ogbomo...

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  • Nnamdi Azikiwe

    independent Nigeria II. Body – Nnamdi Azikiwe History, Family, Career, and his accomplishments. A. Nnamdi Azikiwe History 1. Nnamdi Family a. Nnamdi mother b. Nnamdi father 2. Nnamdi Career a. Newspaper career b. Political career B. Nnamdi accomplishments ...

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  • Essays

    cultural imperialism. It challenges library and information professionals to try and bridge this digital divide through sustained professional development, national and institutional framework, curriculum redesign and regional and international cooperation. Keywords Globalisation, information revolution...

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  • Anazodo Civil Service Reform (2)-Winter2012

    Journal of Political Studies, Vol. 19, Issue - 2, 2012, 01:19  Civil Service Reforms in Nigeria: The journey so far in service delivery Rosemary O. Anazodo ♣ Joseph C. Okoye Emma E.O. Chukwuemeka Abstract Nations all over the world are currently in the struggle to better their existence through the...

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