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Title: DESIRABLE STANDARD IN THE NIGERIAN TERTIARY EDUCATION: A CHALLENGE TO POLICY MAKERS AND IMPLIMENTERS
Authors: IFEDILI, C.J.
Keywords: Desirable Standard
Tertiary Institutions
Nigeria
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Proceedings of National Conference September 17th –20th
Abstract: Many departments in various Nigerian Educational system are producing not so qualified graduates, which have a negative chain effect in the economic, social and political development of the country. Recent researches have shown that a great percentage of the Nigerian students agreed that certification is more important than knowledge and attitude. There is a need to balance certification, knowledge and attitude in order to become “found worthy in character and learning”. A survey of the present standard, prerequisites, advantages, desirable standard, situation in the Nigerian educational institutions today are looked into, and recommendations made
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1420
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