Impact of Economic Liberalization on the activities of Nigerian Stock Exchange
1.0 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
The level of development of a nation is dependent on the aggregate investment activities of the different economic units which are as endowed in varying degrees. While some economic Units will have more than their current ic(|tiiremenls, others will have less than enough for current consumption. This Continue reading Impact of Economic Liberalization on Nigerian Stock Exchange
An Exploration of the Influence of Social media on the practice of Journalism in Nigeria (A study of Journalists in Asaba metropolis, Delta State).
1.1 Background of the Study
A century and half ago, communication between countries involved physical presence. Once, a reporter had to run as fast as possible back to the newsroom after interviewing and tried to beat the competition to print. With the advent of the ICT age the role of the journalist changed. The inception of information Continue reading An Exploration of the Influence of Social media on the practice of Journalism in Nigeria
DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A PROGRAMMABLE STREET LIGHT CONTROLLER
This project presents the design and construction of a programmable street light controller using AT89C52 microcontroller as the controlling device. The system switches on street lights at night and turns them off once darkness disappears in the morning. Continue reading Design and Construction Of A Programmable street light Controller
The Effect Of Retrenchment On The Service Delivery Of retained Workers In The Banks.
1.1 Background of the study
Business need to take steps to accommodate changes in their environment. With low Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and growth casting its gloomy view over the business road, many organizations are resorting to retrenchment of employees to curb operating costs. With labour costs being a significant aspect of most businesses, cutting the cost of employment often has direct and meaningful impact on the business. Continue reading Effect Of Retrenchment on The Service Delivery Of Workers
The Effect Of Jigsaw Technique On Students Reading Achievement In English Language
Background to the Study
The secondary school level in Nigeria prepares a student for tertiary education and also to adapt positively in the society. This is to say that subjects, which the student learns at this level serve as a good foundation for his/her tertiary education. Continue reading Jigsaw Technique On Students Reading Achievement In English Language
COOPERATIVES: A STRATEGY FOR GENERATING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN ANAMBRA STATE (A CASE STUDY OF AWKA SOUTH LGA)
The purpose of this research is to know the capacity of cooperative in generating employment opportunities. The researcher decides to use Awka South Local Government Area of Anambra State as a case study. Sample size was statistically determined from the population. Data were collected from both primary and Continue reading Cooperative: A Strategy For Generating Employment
THE ROLE OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN THE GROWTH OF MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF FIRST BANK
The main purpose of this research work is to examine the role of commercial Banks on the growth of manufacturing sector in Nigeria. The specific objectives are to determine the effect of commercial banks credit on the manufacturing sector, and also to assess the extent at which lack of bank’s credit has hampered Continue reading Role Of Commercial Banks In The Growth Of Manufacturing Sector
CODE MIXING AND CODE SWITCHING,A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SCHOOLS IN ORUMBA SOUTH L. G. A. ANAMBRA STATE
Code-Switching and Code-Mixing have become a dominant feature in the spoken English of most Students in Anambra State. This research work carried out in some selected schools in Orumba South Local Government Area of Anambra State confirms this assertion. Through the questionnaire administered on about Continue reading CODE MIXING AND CODE SWITCHINGIN IN SCHOOLS.
Implications of the application of federal character principles for efficiency in the federal civil service
The broad objective of this study is to examine the problems of imbalance in our national life between states and ethnic groups in relation to the educational section appointment and output-efficiency; to investigate whether certain standard are maintained in the course of recruitment on quota basis in the country; and to ascertain how nepotism impact on federal character principle. Due to the nature of this research, descriptive research method was used in order to get the solution for the problem posed by the study. Sources of data were the primary and secondary sources. The primary source consists of questionnaire and interview, while Secondary source were gathered from pamphlets, journals and published books related to the field of study. Since the population size is small, the researcher used the entire population of the institution of study. Also, hypotheses were tested with simple statistical tools. The findings of the study revealed that the imbalance between states and ethnic group in Nigeria has no relationship with the establishment of the federal character principle in the federal civil service. Also, the research reviewed that Federal character principle and quota system encourages the recruitment of unqualified personnel, which in turn led to inefficiency in the federal civil service. Finally, the research findings maintained that nepotism impact negatively on the federal civil service. The research recommended that appointment of qualified candidate for a particular job irrespective of region or group the person(s) comes from should be upheld. According to this research, it will help to promote efficiency in the service delivery in the federal civil service. Continue reading Application of federal character principles in civil service
CORRELATION OF PERSONALITY, AGE AND PARENTAL MARITAL STATUS ON PERCEPTION ON HOMOSEXUALITY AMONG UNDERGRADUATE
This study investigated the influence of personality, age and parental marital status on perception towards homosexuality. Two hundred and twenty two (222) Comprises of (106 males and 116 females) Five Institutions: ABSU, ANSU, EBSU, IMSU and ESUT were used as participants. Participants age ranged from 18-30 years with means age of 27.74 years. Five factor personality Traits-short form Continue reading PERCEPTION ON HOMOSEXUALITY AMONG UNDERGRADUATE