the problems and prospects of corporate social responsibility in the Nigerian manufacturing industry

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1       BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Academics and practitioners have been striving to establish and agreed upon definitions of the concept of corporate social responsibility for over 30 years. Davis (1960) suggested that social responsibility refers to… Read More

EFFECT OF DRESS CODE ON STUDENTS IN NIGERIA EDUCATION SECTOR

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Indecent dressing has become the order of the day in most higher institutions of learning. It is a state of being improperly dressed with the aim to seduce or draw unnecessary attention… Read More

OPINIONS OF STAKEHOLDERS ON IMPACT OF FUNDING ON THE MANAGEMENT OF PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA

    TABLE OF CONTENT         Page Cover page     Declaration   ii Approval Sheet   iii Dedication   iv Acknowledgement v Abstract   vii Table of content   viii List of tables’   xii Abbreviation… Read More

THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECT OF TEACHING AND LEARNING OF COMPUTER SCIENCE IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT   This study investigated the problems and prospect  of teaching and learning of computer science   in Nigeria. Data was collected from 50 respondents comprising of 10 instructors and 40 students randomly selected from the Edo State institute of management… Read More

AN ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS PERCEPTION OF FACTORS AFFECTING THEIR PERFORMANCE IN GEOGRAPHY EXAMINATIONS

Abstract This study is the outcome of an attempt made to assess students perception of the factors affecting their performance in geography examination in some selected secondary schools in Gidan-Waya Municipal  Jema’a Local Government Area Of Kaduna State. Geographical as… Read More

PERCEPTIONS OF STAKEHOLDERS ON THE IMPACT OF FUNDING ON THE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT   The adage that says “if education is expensive, try ignorance” is not a mere saying but an axiom of life. Penny wise, pound foolish. It is the wisdom drawn from this adage that has made the various governments… Read More

PERCEPTIONS OF STAKE HOLDERS ON THE ACADEMIC STAFF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES FOR LABORATORY SKILLS ACQUISITION IN NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS

ABSTRACT   This study investigated the perceptions of stake holders on the Academic Staff Development Programmes for Laboratory Skills Acquisition in Nigerian Polytechnics. It sought to identify the academic staff development programmes available, ascertain the adequacy of academic staff development… Read More

PERCEPTIONS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ON THE ADOPTION AND USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA FOR TEACHING, LEARNING AND RESEARCH IN AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA

ABSTRACT   Social media (SM) have dramatically improved teaching, learning and research (TLR) in universities. For instance, many universities in both developed and developing countries are using social media to improve TLR. However, despite the wide diffusion, adoption, and use… Read More

PERCEIVED GENDER COMPETENCE BY ATHLETES IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF SPORTS IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES

ABSTRACT   This study investigated perceived gender competence by athletes in the administration of sports in Nigerian universities. This is in view of the general assumption that female are weaker gender than their male counterpart. The study was guided by… Read More

PAEDAGOGICAL-CAPACITY BUILDING NEEDS OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

ABSTRACT   This study assessed the paedagogical-capacity building needs of agricultural science teachers for effective lesson delivery in secondary schools in Kwara State, Nigeria. The study was conducted with five objectives and five corresponding research questions and five null hypotheses… Read More