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PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF STUDYING SHORTHAND IN FEDERAL COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN...
» Abstract: This study was carried out to assess the problems and prospects of studying shorthand in Federal Colleges of Education in the North Western Nigeria. In order to achieve this, four specific objectives were raised among which is identifying the problems faced by students of shorthand in Federal Colleges of Education in the North West Zone of Nigeria. As a guide for the researcher, four res...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 131 engagements |
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE USE OF PLAYGROUND FACILITIES AND PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN’...
» Abstract: The pre school year is a period of so many developmental changes in the child. The child at this stage of life is faced with the challenges of coordinating his/her limbs, develop strength and perceptual skill, control posture and balance. The role that playground facilities play with regards to this, need, to be addressed. Therefore, the study titled “Relationship between the use o...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 136 engagements |
INFLUENCE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION SKILLS IN PROMOTING SMALL AND MEDIUM-SCALE ENTER...
» Abstract: This study was carried out to determine the influence of business education skills in promoting Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) in North Western Geopolitical Zone of Nigeria. The study had five specific objectives which aimed at determining: how book keeping/accounting skills influence the success of SMEs, the ways through which marketing skills influence the success of SMEs, h...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 117 engagements |
PERCEIVED CONSTRAINTS TO EFFECTIVE UTILIZATION OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SERVICES
» Abstract: The purpose of this study was to investigate the constraints to effective utilization of Primary health care services in Kaduna State. The population of the study comprises all adults in twenty three local government areas of Kaduna state. A random sample of twelve local government areas were selected. Furthermore, a stratified random sampling was employed in selecting 360 adults (male a...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 125 engagements |
AWARENESS, ACCESS AND UTILIZATION OF INFORMATION AMONG PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRACT...
» Abstract: This study investigated the awareness, access and utilization of Primary Health Care (PHC) information in the PHCs in Rural Areas of North Western States of Nigeria. Eight (8) research questions were formulated. The research questions sought to find out the: type of PHC information generated by health care practitioners in the PHCs in rural areas of North Western States of Nigeria; the e...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 115 engagements |
USE OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM IN AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION PROGRAMMES
» Abstract: This study investigated the Use of Management Information System for Enhanced Activities in Agricultural Extension Programmes of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. To achieve the objectives of the study, the study formulated six research questions. A qualitative research methodology using the case study approach was adopted. An Interview guide, focus groups and observations were the instrum...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 115 engagements |
ESTABLISHMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF UNIVERSITY ELECTRONIC LIBRARIES IN THE NORTHWEST...
» Abstract: The study sets out to investigate the process of establishing and managing e–libraries in universities in Northwest zone of Nigerian. Issues of e library management such as where the elibrary should be established, access to the e library, computer usage, registration of users, staff structure and training were investigated. In addition, various services available in the university...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 102 engagements |
EFFECTS OF MULTI-DIMENSIONAL VARIABLES ON FEMALE ENROLMENT IN TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM...
» Abstract: A study of the effects of multi dimensional variables associated with female enrollment into technology programmes in the Federal polytechnics in Northern states was undertaken to determine its effect, so as to proffer solution to the problem in the area of research. Expost factor method was employed, while Likert scale and personally designed questionnaire were used as instruments to el...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 111 engagements |
PHYSICAL FITNESS STATUS OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
» Abstract: The study was conducted to assess the physical fitness status of public and private secondary school students in Zaria, Kaduna State. Four hundred and eighty (480) male and female students were selected using stratified sampling techniques as the subject’s in this study. The subjects were selected from both public and private secondary schools. Two hundred and forty (240) were fema...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 78 engagements |
SPORTS AND ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES
» Abstract: This is a case study intended to establish the sports and administrative practices in selected schools and colleges in Imo State of Nigeria". To carry out this task several aspects of the School Sports administration were studied in relation to the institutions. These aspects included Personnel, sports Philosophy, Facilities and Eauipment, sports programme administration, Financing the p...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 68 engagements |
ANALYSIS OF THE EXPECTED AND ACTUAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEEDS OF THE NIGERIA CERTIF...
» Abstract The study investigates the needs of NCE trainees in order to fill the gap between the actual and the expected English language needs of these subjects. It examines the adequacy or otherwise of the minimum standards used to train NCE English Language students. Students from the North West geographical zone were used as case study to determine what the NCE trainees need to perform effective...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 72 engagements |
THE EFFECTS OF STUDY AIMS, APPROACHES AND TIME MANAGEMENT ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANC...
» Abstract: The study was conducted to examine the effects of study aims, study approaches and time management on academic performance of students in College of Education, Jaiingo. The population of the study comprised all students of the College from Pre NCE to NCH III. Thus the total population was 1547, made up of 1152 males and 395 females. A sample size of 464, that is 20 percent of the populat...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 70 engagements |
EFFECT OF TEACHING POULTRY PRODUCTION ON CHOICE OF CAREER BY AGRICULTURAL SCIENC...
» Abstract The study was carried out to investigate the Effect of Teaching Poultry Production on Choice of Career by Agricultural Science Students in Secondary Schools in Adamawa State, Nigeria. The study used of survey research design. Six hundred and fourty four (644) respondents out of 18,556 were selected from 30 schools that were purposely selected out of 175 in Adamawa Senatorial Districts, us...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 71 engagements |
AN ASSESSMENT OF PARENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS GIRL-CHILD EDUCATION
» Abstract: ABSTRACT The study investigated the attitudes of parents’ towards girl child education in Kaduna State as perceived by teachers and school principals. The population of the study consists of all the school principals and secondary school teachers in Kaduna State. The instrument used in collecting data was questionnaire. Four Null hypotheses were postulated and tested using percenta...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 89 engagements |
Effects of two Reading Approaches on the Achievement and Attitudes of Polytechni...
» Abstract: The problems of reading comprehension have been identified as serious impediments to learning at all the educational levels in Nigeria. These problems are complicated by the large class situation that is prevalent in the tertiary institutions, especially at the Polytechnic level of education. The knowledge of these complex shortcomings have been responsible for the present study. Two tea...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 68 engagements |
DETERMINANTS OF MORTALITY RATE AMONG UNDER FIVE CHILDREN
» Abstract: The health condition of people in Nigeria particularly Nasarawa state is characterized by a high under five mortality, high fertility rate and low life expectancy (WHO, 2004). The purpose of this study is to find out the determinants of mortality rate among under five children in Nasarawa state. The questionnaires were administered on randomly selected, stratified samples of 600 responde...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 69 engagements |
» Abstract: This study was undertaken to find the effects of alcohol consumption in Kaduna State; Implication for socio economic development with special reference to 'burukutu'. The respondents of the study consisted of brewers of alcoholic contents, consumers of alcohol both retired and active ones as well as their relatives and concerned individuals. The data for the study was collected using que...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 60 engagements |
ACCESSIBILITY AND USE OF LIBRARY RESOURCES AND SERVICES OF THE MEDICAL LIBRARY
» Abstract: This paper reports the findings of a survey study undertaken to ascertain access and use of library resources and services by customers of the Medical Library, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaha. It reveals the type of information resources preferred by the customers, resources, age distribution, sources facilitating search, customers' perception of the different types of resources and the fr...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 64 engagements |
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND THE OVERALL PERFORMANCE...
» Abstract: R A C T The purpose nf this study was to investigate the relationship between English language performance and performance in other subjects (content) in Post primary schools of Hano btate. The population of the study comprised of all senior post primary institutions in the State, The institutions were stratified into three groups and eighteen were randomly selected. Four null hypothesis...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 59 engagements |
DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH PRACTICES AMONG THE STUDENTS OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS
» Abstract: The Health practices in 4 (four) tertiary institutions in Kano state was appraised. A total of 400 Students were selected randomly from Beyero University Kano, F.C.E. Kano, College of Education Kumbotso and College of Health Sciences for the administration of a structured questionnaire. Data collected were subjected to analyses by means of SPSS Computer Package 2002 edition. One major an...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 58 engagements |