Education and Science Journal of Policy Review and Curriculum Development. Volume 6, Number 1

Date Published November 5, 2016


Education and Science Journal of Policy Review and Curriculum Development (ESJPRCD) publish research articles relating to education and sciences. It publishes original research findings, experiments, action research, case studies, peer review articles in the fields of education and sciences. The objective is to create forum for researchers in education and sciences to publish their research findings

Journal Articles

The Influence of Power Irregularities on Academic Activities in Nigerian Universities: the Pre-Service Teachers Opinion

1Babajide Veronica 2Egenti, Maureen N, & 3Komolafe Adefunke Titilayo
1Department of Science and Technology Education, Faculty of Education, University of Lagos
2Department of Adult Education, Faculty of Education, University of Lagos
3Department of Arts and Social Sciences Education, Faculty of Education, University of Lagos

Insecurity of the School Environment Detriment to Inclusive Education Physically Impaired Children in Regular Primary School in Potiskum-Yobe State

Hassan Auta Miringa
Department of Education Yobe State University, Damaturu

Qualitative Education as a Strategy for Sustainable Development

1Larai, Keswet 2Christine, Agbowuro & 3Naomi Adamu Gisilanbe
1&2Department of Science and Technology Education, Faculty of Education, University of Jos, Pleateau State
3Women Education Center, Yola, Adamawa State

Identification of Technical and Financial Management Skill Needs of Business Education Students for Entrepreneurial Success in Bayelsa State

1Alfred-Jaja Stella Wellington Igonibo & 2Cletus Ogeibiri
1&2Department of Vocational and Technology Education Faculty of Education, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State

Business Management Strategies, Capital Formation and Sustainable African Development in the 21st Century and Beyond

1Chukwumezie, F.U., 2Osakpa, D.U. & 3Okonkwo, Dyke, A. R.
1&2Department of Office Technology Management Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri University of Lagos

Innovation as a Critical Success Factor: a Case Study about the Partnership among Polytechnicswith Industry in Nigeria

1Hammajam, A. A 2Mairo, A.W & 3Usman I
1Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology, Federal Polytechnic Damaturu Yobe State
2Department of Agricultural Technology, Federal Polytechnic Damaturu Yobe State
3Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ramat Polytechnic Maiduguri

Investigation into the Suitability of used Water Sachet (Polyethylene) as a Binder in the Production of Building Blocks

1Dunu Williams, 2Albert Idowu, 3Adaji Ahmadu Adejoh & 4Ibiyemi Bankayode Sunday
123&4Department of Building Technology Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja

Construction of Radial Flow Submersible Pump Double Stage Chamfered Impeller using a Simplified 3D Model Approach

1S. I. Iwenofu, 2C. C. Nwobi-Okoye & 3I. U. Onyenanu
1&2Department of Mechanical Engineering, C.O.O.U. Uli
3Innoson Kiara Academy, Enugu

Diagonally Implicit Super Class of Block Backward Differentiation Formula with Off-Step Points for Solving Stiff Initial Value Problems

1Babangida, B. & 2 Musa, H.
1,&2Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences, Umaru Musa Yar'adua University Katsina

IT Infrastructural Change: Effect on Organizational Performance: Case Study of Kaduna Refinery and Petrochemical Company

Hilary Joseph Watsilla
Department 0f Information Technology, School of Management and Information Technology, Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola, Adamawa State, Faculty of Education, University of Lagos

Yield Characteristics of Nerica – 3 (O.Sativa × .Glaberrima) as affected by Cow dung and Nitrogen Rates in Mubi, Adamawa State. Nigeria

1D. A. Aremu, 2A. A. Sajo & 3B. B. Jakusko
1.2&3Department of Agric. Tech., Federal Polytechnic, Mubi Department of Crop Production and Horticulture, MAUTECH Yola

Analysis of Farmers' Access to Agricultural Credit from Bank of Agriculture (BOA) Yola, Adamawa State, Nigeria

1Bakari, U.M. 2Garba, B. 3Ibrahim, I. S. & 4Tijjani, A.
123&4Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola

Analysis of the Impact of Terrestial and Tectonic Uplifts Soils on Flora Species Survival and Production in Niger State, Nigeria

Adamu Baba Abdullahi
Department of Geography FCT College of Education Zubz Abuja

Selection and Retention of Professional Technology Teachers in North-East Federal Polytechnics, Nigeria

1Shittu Adamu Ngalburgi, 2YohannaYakubu, 3Hyalaba Godwin Zira, 4MaraWazumtu & 5Ibrahim Zahradeen Wala
1,2,3,4&5Department of Building Technology, Federal Polytechnic Mubi, Adamawa State

Towards Improving the Accuracy of Positioning Data Obtained using Handheld Global Positioning System (GPS)

¹Ahmed Babayo, ²Mohammed Jawaluddeen Sani, & 3Shuaibu Umar
12&3Department of Surveying and Geoinformatics, Federal Polytechnic Bauchi

Unconventional Hydrocarbon Potential of the Nigerian Inland Basins: a Clue from the Duvernay Shale Gas Resource Estimation in Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin

1Yohanna, O. M. 2Olorunyomi, A.E. & 3Yenne, E.Y
12&3Department of Geology, University of Jos, Jos

Information Technology and Community Engagement for Sustainable Development: the Role of Librarians

1Auwalu Dansale Yahaya & 2Muhammad Kabiru Usman
Librarian II, Bayero University, Kano

Analysis of Projects Life Cycle on Investments in Nigeria

1Sunday C. Nwite & 2Ugwuanyi Lilia
1Department of Banking and Finance Ebonyi State University – Abakaliki
2Department of Co-Operative Economics and Management Federal Polytechnic Nekede Owerri – Imo State

Counseling Women and Leadership in Higher Education its Unique Role and Challenges in Promoting Women's' Empowerment and Development in South-South Nigeria

1Pauline Ekpang, 2Arop Lucy Obol & 3Abuo, C. Bisong
1,2&3Department of Guidance and Counseling, Faculty of Education University of Calabar

Supervisor Personal Variables as Determinants Postgraduates Science Education Students Attitude towards Research Skills in Tertiary Institutions in South-South Nigeria

1Eyong, Emmanuel Ikpi, 2Ekong, Sylvester Augustine & 3Ekam, Irik Oyama
1,&3Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education University of Calabar
2Department of Science Education, Faculty of Education University of Calabar

Organisational Challenges to the Effective Management of Training and Development Activities: a Hindrance to Public Sector Management in Federal Polytechnics in Nigeria

1Hussaina Ochuu Suleiman, 2Igunnu, Abosede Ayobola & 3Emmanuel Itope Makoju
1Federal Polytechnic Kaduna
2Department of Education Foundation and Curriculum Federal University of Education, Zaria
3Department of Educational Foundations and Curriculum, Faculty of Education Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Kaduna State

Indicators of Perceived Readiness and Attitude of Near Retirement Apostolic Church Clergy in South-South, Nigeria

Isaiah, Samuel Akpan
Department of Educational Guidance and Counselling Faculty of Education, University of Calabar Calabar-Nigeria

Economic Empowerment: a Vital Business Strategy for Reducing Technical Education Graduate Unemployment Rate and Promoting Self-Reliance in South-South Nigeria

1Olom, Patricia Akwaya, 2Arikpo Sampson Venatius & 3Udie, Stephen
1&3Department of Vocational Education University of Calabar
2School of Vocation and Technical Education, Cross River College of Education Akamkpa

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