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1. AN ELECTRIC POP-CORN MACHINE
2. AUTOMOBILE MOTOR VEHICLE CONSTRUCTION
3. BENCH SHAPING MACHINE
4. CONSTRUCTION OF A MOBILE REFRIGERATOR
5. CONSTRUCTION OF A MOBILE REFRIGERATOR FRIDGE
6. CONSTRUCTION OF A POTABLE ELECTRIC OPERATED WITH RADIO CONTROL (WIRELESS REMOTE) MOTOR VEHICLE FOR LONG DANZA BUS
7. CONSTRUCTION OF A SCREW CONVEYOR WITH A SINGLE PHASE ELECTRIC MOTOR
8. CONSTRUCTION OF A STANDARD BAKING OVEN (MINI-OVEN) WITH DUAL POWER SOURCE (ELECTRIC/GAS)
9. CONSTRUCTION OF A VERTICAL FIRE TUBE BOILER
10. CONSTRUCTION OF AN ELECTRICAL STOVE WITH THREE-OVEN APARTMENT
11. CONSTRUCTION OF CELLOPHANE SEALING AND CUTTING MACHINE
12. CONSTRUCTION OF GRAIN GRINDING MACHINE
13. CONSTRUCTION OF TWO FACE GAS BURNER
14. DESIGN A ND FABRICATION OF A CONCRETE FLOOR TILES MOULDING MACHINE
15. DESIGN A ND FABRICATION OF A DUST EXTRACTOR
16. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A 505 PEUGOT PISTON MOULD
17. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A CREEP TESTING EQUIPMENT FOR LOW TEMPERATURE MELTING MATERIAL (PLASTICS)
18. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A MODERN NAIL GASKET MACHINE
19. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A SPIN DRYER
20. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A WOOD LATHE MACHINE
21. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF BAKING OVEN
22. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF METALLIC BOOKSHELF
23. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF PUNCH AND DIE FOR PRODUCTION OF CUPS
24. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF 80CM X 70CM X 50CM MOBILE DEEP FREEZER
25. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A 12M3 MOBILE DEEP FREEZER
26. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A CREEP TESTING EQUIPMENT
27. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A MECHANICAL LAWN MOWER
28. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A METAL BOOKSHELF
29. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A MOBILE DEEP FREEZER
30. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A MOBILE REFRIGERATOR.
31. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A PALM FRUIT DIGESTER
32. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A PILOT PRODUCTION PLANT FOR PAINTS (EMULSION AND TEXCOAT)
33. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A PRINTING I BLOCK MACHINE
34. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF AN ELECTRIC STOVE/OVEN
35. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF BASIC STATIC AND DYNAMIC BALANCING MACHINE
36. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF CHILDREN SWING
37. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF CORN SHELLING MACHINE
38. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF CREEP MATERIAL TESTING EQUIPMENT
39. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF MODERN LOCKABLE BOOKSHELF.
40. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF WOOD LATHE MACHINE
41. FABRICATION OF AFFORDABLE CAMP BED
42. FABRICATION OF A METALLIC BOOKSHELF

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43. FABRICATION OF A POLYTHIENE BAG SEALING AND CUTTING MACHINE
44. FABRICATION OF A STANDARD WHEELBARROW
45. FABRICATION OF BENCH SHEARING MACHINE
46. FABRICATION OF METAL SHELF
47. FABRICATION OF REFRIGERATOR (DEEPFREEZE)
48. NYLON CUTTING AND SEALING MACHINE
49. RECTIFICATION AND REPAIR OF A FAULTY AIR CONDITIONER IN THE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT AT THE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (I.M.T) ENUGU.
50. REFURBISHING OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING STUDIO
51. REHABILITATION OF INSTITUTE’S GROUP BUS.
52. REPAIR AND FABRICATION OF A REFRIGERATOR SYSTEM
53. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF A FAULTY DEEP FREEZER IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
54. REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF A FACULTY AIR-CONDITIONER IN ENGR. OMEJE’S OFFICE IN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (IMT), ENUGU.
55. REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF A FACULTY REFRIGERATOR
56. REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF A FAULTY AIR CONDITIONER
57. REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF A FAULTY AIR- CONDITIONER IN ENGR. AYOGU AND OKPE’S OFFICE AT INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (IMT) ENUGU
58. REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF A FAULTY AIR-CONDITIONER IN THE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT AT THE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (I.M.T.) ENUGU
59. REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF A FAULTY DEEP FREEZER
60. REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF A ROOM AIR-CONDITIONER IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.
61. REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF FAUTY AIR CONDITIONER
62. REPAIR OF A DAMAGED AIR CONDITIONER IN ENGR. AYOGU AND OKPE’S OFFICE
63. REPAIR OF A DAMAGED REFRIGERATOR
64. REPAIR OF A FAULTY REFRIGERATOR IN THE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF THE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, ENUGU
65. REPAIR OF AN AIR CONDITIONER IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
66. REPAIR OF DEEP FREEZER IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
67. THE CONSTRUCTION AND FABRICATED OF A MOBILE DEEP FREEZER.
68. THE CONSTRUCTION AND FABRICATION OF A METAL BOOKSHELVES
69. THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A HOT PRINTING MACHINE
70. THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A CANDLE MOULDING MACHINE
71. THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A IRON SHELLING MACHINE

72. THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF AN ELECTRIC POPCORN FRYING MACHINE
73. THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF MECHANICAL LAWN MOWER
74. THE DETAIL FABRICATION OF A CANDLE MOULDING MACHINE
75. THE FABRICATION OF A PRESSURIZED KEROSENE OVEN
76. THE FABRICATION OF A SINGLE FACE PRESSURIZED KEROSENE COOKER.
77 FABRICATION OF A POLYTHENE BAG SEALING AND CUTTING MACHINE
78 FABRICATION OF METAL SHELF
79 RURAL MANAGEMENT AS A STRATEGY FOR REDUCING RURAL – URBAN MIGRATION IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF ISHIELY LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EBONYI STATE)
80 CONSTRUCTION OF A MOBILE REFRIGERATOR FRIDGE
91 DESIGN A ND FABRICATION OF A DUST EXTRACTOR
92 CONSTRUCTION OF AN ELECTRICAL STOVE WITH THREE-OVEN APARTMENT
93 DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A PILOT PRODUCTION PLANT FOR PAINTS (EMULSION AND TEXCOAT)
94 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A SPIN DRYER
95 CONSTRUCTION OF A WOODEN BOOK SHELF
96 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A WOOD LATHE MACHINE
97 REPAIR OF A DAMAGED REFRIGERATOR
98 CONSTRUCTION OF AN OPEN STEAM DISTILLATION COLUMN
99 THE DETAIL FABRICATION OF A CANDLE MOULDING MACHINE
100 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF BAKING OVEN
101 REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF FAULTY AIR CONDITIONER
102 REPAIR OF A DAMAGED AIR CONDITIONER IN ENGR. AYOGU AND OKPE’S OFFICE
103 CONSTRUCTION OF PROPELLER AGITATOR
104 CONSTRUCTION OF TWO FACE GAS BURNER
105 REPAIR OF DEEP FREEZER IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
106 AN EVALUATION OF PROPERTY RATING PRACTICE IN NIGERIA
(A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)
107 MANAGEMENT OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY AT AWKA METROPOLIS)
108 FABRICATION OF AFFORDABLE CAMP BED
109 THE PROBLEM OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ENUGU METROPOLIS
A CASE STUDY IN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (I.M.T) CAMPUS III ENUGU
110 REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF A FAULTY AIR CONDITIONER
111 REFURBISHING OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING STUDIO
112 DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF MODERN LOCKABLE BOOKSHELF.
113 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A MODERN NAIL GASKET MACHINE
114 THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A HOT PRINTING MACHINE
115 THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF MECHANICAL LAWN MOWER
116 A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RENTAL VARIATION IN RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF OGUI NEW LAYOUT ENUGU)
117 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A 60 WATTS POWER AMPLIFIER
118 PRODUCTION AND ACCEPTABILITY STUDIES OF MALTED SORGHUM (SORGHUM BICOLOR) BISCUIT
119 CONSTRUCTION OF A STANDARD BANKING OVEN (MINI-OVEN) WITH DUAL POWER SOURCE (ELECTRIC/GAS)
120 RECTIFICATION AND REPAIR OF A FAULTY AIR CONDITIONER IN THE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT AT THE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (I.M.T) ENUGU.
121 DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF WOOD LATHE MACHINE
122 POLLUTANTS IN ENUGU URBAN AN EMISSION INVENTORY OF POLLUTANTS IN ENUGU URBAN
123. THE RATE OF BLEACHING OF PALM OIL WHITE COAL.
124 PRODUCTION OF CASSAVA FLOUR USING TRADITIONAL PROCESSING METHOD AND MODERN PROCESSING METHOD.
125 CHARACTERIZATION OF SOME BRANDED MOTOR OIL
126 DEVELOPING THE PROCESS OF PLASTIC INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA
127 PRODUCTION OF HIGH QUALITY BODY PERFUME
128 PROCESS DEVELOPMENT IN THE PRODUCTION OF VEGETABLE OIL FROM LOCAL RAW MATERIAL
129 COMPARISON RESEARCH ON SOAP AND DETERGENT POWDER
130 PRODUCTION OF VEGETABLE OIL USING ENUGU COAL
131 NEW FORMULAE FOR ESTIMATING FIXED INVESTMENT CAPITAL COSTS
132 PRODUCTION OF HOUSE HOLD INSECT- KILLER
133 RESEARCH PROJECT ON BLEACHING OF PALM OIL WITH NIGERIA CLAY
134 MODIFICATION OF MODEL SEDIMENTATION TANK
135 CONSTRUCTION OF METAL MOULD FOR SOAP PRODUCTION
136 CONSTRUCTION OF A SIMPLE METALLIC MOULD

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1. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MANAGERS AND EMPLOYEES OF P.Z. INDUSTRIES NIGERIA PLC
2. A STUDY OF THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ON THE SECRETARY IN A MODERN OFFICE. ( A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELLECTED BANKS IN)
3. PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED BY MARRIED FEMALE SECRETARIES IN PARASTATALS IN
4. PROBLEM OF RECORDS MANAGEMENT IN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY
5. THE STATUS AND IMPACT OF THE SECRETARY IN THE LABOUR MARKET (A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED ORGANIZATIONS IN
6. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS STUDENTS PERFORMANCE IN SHORTHAND IN ENUGU METROPOLIS ( A CASE STUDY OF )
7. THE EFFECT OF MANAGERS LEADERSHIP STYLE ON THE SECRETARIES PRODUCTVITY IN ANAMMCO.
8. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE CONTRIBUTION OF PERSONAL SECRETARIES TO THE OPERATIONAL SUCCESS OF THE FIRST BANK PLC, ? UNBAIN.
9. THE ROLE OF SECRATARIES TOOL FOR ENHANCING THE QUALITY OF SERVICES RENDERED BY GOVERNMENT ESTABLISHMENT (A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, ? CAMPUS)
10. A SURVEY OF PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING AT BOTH THE I.M.T AND OSISATECH PLYTECHNICS
11. IDENTIFICATION OF THE PROBLEMS OF SECRETARIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT IN ?.
12. A SURVEY OF THE ROLE OF MODERN OFFICE EQUIPMENT IN MODERN OFFICES IN ENUGU URBAN.
13. THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE ON STUDENT DEPARTMENT SECRETARIAL STUDIES (A CASE STUDY OF DEPARTMENT OF SECRETARIAL STUDIES)
14. THE EFFECTS OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE OFFICE STAFF
15. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE CHALLENGES OF MODERN AUTOMATION ON THE JOB PERFORMANCE OF SECRETARIES IN FINANCIAL HOUSES  LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA
16. THE IMPACT OF HUMAN RELATIONS ON THE JOB PERFORMANCE OF SECRETARIES IN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (A CASE STUDY OF ? URBAN)
17. CONTRIBUTION OF MODERN COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT TO JOB EFFICIENCY OF THE SECRETARY (A CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC)
18. THE ROLES OF MODERN COMMUNICATION TOOLS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SECRETARIAL PROFESSION (A CASE STUDY OF MANMARK LIMITED)
19. THE ATTITUDE OF SECRETARIES TOWARDS THE USE OF MODERN OFFICE MACHINES IN SOME SELECTED COMMERCIAL BANKS IN ?
20. THE RELEVANCE OF COMPUTER IN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF NITEL PLC)
21. FACTORS MILITATING AGAINST THE TRAINING OF SECRETARIAL STUDENT IN POLYTECHNICS IN ENUGU STATE (A CASE STUDY OF ?).
22. OCCUPATIONAL CHANGES AND THE ADVERSE EFFECTS ON THE SECRETARY (A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED ESTABLISHMENT IN?)
23. EFFECTS OF POOR INSTRUCTIONAL FACILITIES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SECRETARIAL STUDIES IN POLITHENICS IN ? URBAN
24. THE STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF MANAGERS LEADERSHIP STYLE ON THE SECRETARY’S PRODUCTIVITY A CASE STUDY OF MOBIL PRODUCING NIGERIA UNLIMITED ?

25. A SURVEY OF THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF BILINGUAL SECRETARIES IN AN ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF THE ALLIANCE FRANCAISE OWERRI)
26. A SURVEY OF THE UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEMS AMONGST GRADUATE OF INSTITUTION OF HIGHER LEARNING IN ? URBAN
27. IDENTIFYING THE CONSEQUENCES OF INEFFICIENT FILING SYSTEM IN AN ORGANISATION. (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED ORGANISATIONS IN ?)
28. A STUDY OF JOB PROSPECTS OF SECRETARIES IN SOME SELECTED BUSINESS ORGANISATION IN STATE
29. EMPLOYERS’ PERCEPTION OF THE HND SECRETARIAL GRADUATES IN SELECTED COMPANIES IN  ?URBAN
30. THE IMPACT OF THE INTERNET ON SECRETARIAL STUDIES IN SELECTED BUSINESS ORGANISATIONS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS
31. JOB DISSATISFACTION AND ITS IMPLICATION TO CAREER SECRETARIES IN FEDERAL ESTABLISHMENTS (A CASE STUDY OF NEPA)
32. THE CONTRIBUTION OF SECRETARIES TOWARDS THE ACHIEVEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS
33. THE EFFECT OF JOB DESIGN ON SECRETARIAL PERFORMANCE
34. THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF FRUSTRATION ON NIGERIAN SECREARIES A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BREWERIES PLC

35. A SURVEY OF THE FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR STUDENT POOR PERFORMANCE IN SHORTHAND IN POLYTECHNICS IN STATE.

36. MANAGEMENT PERCEPTION OF B.SC CERTIFICATE HOLDERS AND THEIR HND COUNTERPARTS IN NIGERIAN CIVIL SERVICE – A CASE STUDY OF  STATE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
37. THE EFEFCTS OF STRESS ON MODERN SECREARIES IN NEPA ZONAL HEADQUARTERS
38. A STUDY OF THE FACTORS AFFECTING SECRETARIES PRODUCTIVITY IN SELECTED MODERN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION IN ? METROPOLIS
39. EFFECT OF STAFF WELFARE AND MOTIVATION ON THE PRODUCTIVITY OF A SECRETARY (A CASE STUDY OF THE CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA)
40. OF EFFECTS OF POOR OFFICE ENVIRONMENT ON THE SECRETARY’S JOB PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF?)
41. THE ROLES OF A SECRETARY IN AN BANK ADMINISTRATION ( A CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC)
42. THE ROLE OF DATA PRESERVATION IN ENHANCING THE EFFICIENCY OF SECRETARIAL FUNCTION IN SELECTED BANK IN ? METROPOLIS
43 A SURVEY OF THE IMPACT OF HIGH RATE OF FAILURES IN SHORTHAND IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SECRETARIAL STUDIES,

44. THE INFLUENCE OF COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ON THE EFFICIENCY OF THE SECRETARY. A CASE STUDY OF NBL/AMA GREENFILED 9TH MILE CORNER ENUGU
45. A SURVEY OF OCCUPATIONL CHALLENGES FACING SECRETARIES IN THE ENUGU STATE CIVIL SERVICE.(CASE STAUDIES OF MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND WORKS)
46. AN IDENTIFICATION OF THE EFFECTS OF COMPUTER LITERACY ON MODERN SECRETARIES IN NEPA ENUGU
47. PROBLEMS OF SHORTHAND TO SECRETARIAL STUDENTS IN INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING (A CASE STUDY OF INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY AND FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC IDAH)
48. SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL SYSTEMS OF MODERN BUSINESS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE JOB OF THE SECRETARY (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA TELECOMMUNICATION LIMITED)
49. THE CHALLENGES OF WORD PROCESSING TO SECRETARIES IN SOME ELECTED FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN ENUGU STATE
50. THE RELEVANCE OF INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERINCE TO SECRETARIAL STUDENTS (A CASE STUDY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SECRTARIAL STUDIES IMT ENUGU
51. A SURVEY OF THE CAUSES OF POOR PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN
SHORTHAND IN DEPARTMENT OF SECRETARIAL STUDIES, I.M.T, ENUGU.
52. MOTIVATION AS AN INSTRUNMENT FOR ACHIEVEMENT OF HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF GUARRANTY TRUST BANK, ENUGU, ENUGU STATE)
53. IMPACT OF COMPUTER ON SECRETARIAL FUNCTIONS

54. THE ROLE OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN THE PERFORMANCE AND PRODUCTIVITY OF A SECRETARY (A CASE SUDY OF ENUGU STATE MINISTRY OF FINANCE)
55. PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED BY FEMALE SECRETARIES IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION. A CASE STUDY OF (NEPA ENUGU)
56. THE SECRETARY AND THE EFFECTS OF NEW OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES ON RECORD KEEPING MANAGEMENT (IN SOME SELECTED ESTABLISHMENTS IN ENUGU STATE).
57. COMMUNICATION AMONG STUDENT SECRETARIES (BARRIERS, EFFECTS, SOLUTION) IN IMT, ENUGU
58. IMPACT OF WORKING CONDITIONS ON PERFORMANCE OF PROFESSIONAL SECRETARIES (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMCO EMENE, ENUGU)
59. INTERPERSONAL/HUMAN REALTIONS SKILLS SECRETARIES REQUIRE FOR EFFECTIVE JOB PERFORMANCE IN INDUSTRIES IN ENUGU URBAN
60. A SURVEY OF THE ROLES OF RETAIL BUSINESS HOUSES IN PROVIDING EMPLOYMENT FOR SECRETARIES IN SELECTED BUSINESS HOUSES IN ENUGU URBAN.
61. CAUSES OF OCCUPATIONAL CHANGE IN SECRETARIAL PROFESSION (A CASE STUDY OF INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (IMT) ENUGU)
62. THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY IN THE ADVANCEMENT OF SECRETARIAL PROFESSION (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO & EMENITE
63. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE IMPORTANCE OF ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF A BUSINESS ORGANISATION. ( A CASE STUDY OF NICON INSURANCE CORPORATION ENUGU.
64. SECRETARY AS THE IMAGE – MAKER OF A BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
(A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BREWERIES PLC ONITSHA AND OUR LADY’S INDUSTRIES NKPOR-AGU ANAMBRA STATE
65. THE EFFECTS OF MODERN COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ON THE SECRETARIAL PERFORMANCE. (A CASE STUDY OF NB PLC-ENUGU).
66. THE SURVEY OF THE EFFECT OF MOTIVATION ON JOB PERFORMANCE OF SECRETARIES (A CASE STUDY OF EMENITE LTD, ENUGU)
67. A SURVEY OF FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE PERFORMANCE OF SECRETARIES IN PRIVATE ORGANIZATIOON IN NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUGU STATE
68. PROBLEMS AFFECTING EFFICIENT PERFORMANCE OF SECRETARIAL FUNCTIONS (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED ORGANIZATIONS AND MINISTRIES IN ENUGU METROPOLIS)
69. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING BUSINESS STUDIES IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NUSKKA ZONE
70. A SURVEY OF ROLES AND PERFORMANCE EFFECTIVITY OF SECRETARIES IN MODERN COMMUNICATION INDUSTRIES IN ENUGU URBAN
71. THE STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING THE FUNCTIONALITIES OF IN-SERVICE TRAINING OF SECRETARIES IN MODERN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION IN ENUGU STATE
72. THE PROSPECTS OF SECRETARIES IN OFFICE ADMINISTERATION AND MANAGEMENT (A CASE STUDY OF I.M.T ENUGU)
73. A SURVEY OF WORDPROCESSING COMPETENCIES REQUIRED BY MODERN SECRETARIES IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF BROAD BANK AND CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA, ENUGU OFFICE)
74. EFFECTS OF COMMUNICATION BARRIERS IN ACHIVEING ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS IN NIGER GASS, EMEME ENUGU
75. A SURVEY OF WORK INCENTIVES OFFERED TO THE EMPLOYEES AMA BREWERIES LIMITED 9TH MILE CORNER, NGWO
76. A SURVEY OF THE MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS OF BUSINESS CENTRES IN AGWU (A STUDY OF SELECTED BUSINESS CENTRES IN AGWU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)
77. AN APPRAISAL OF THE JOB SATISFACTION OF SECRETARIAL IN GOVERNMENT ESTABLISHMENT IN ENUGU STATE A CASE STUDY OF THE NIGERIAN TELE-COMMUNICATION (NITEL) PLC IN ENUGU METROPOLIS
78. OCCUPATIONAL MOBILITY AND THE EFFECTS ON SECRETARIES OCCUPATIONAL PROSPECTS (A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED FINANCIAL INSTITUTION IN ENUGU URBAN)
79. APPLICATION OF SHORTHAND SKILL IN TODAY’S BUSINESS OFFICES
80. THE FACTORS THAT AFFECT PERFORMANCE OF SECRETARIAL CAREER IN SOME SELECTED ORGANIZATION IN ENUGU CAPITAL TERRITORY
81. THE EFFECT OF MODERN OFFICE AUTOMATION ON THE PRODUCTIVITY OF SECRETARIES IN GOVERNMENT PARASTATALS IN ENUGU STATE.(A CASE STUDY OF UNTH, ENUGU)
82. A SURVEY OF WELFARE PACKAGES AVALIABLE TO THE EMPLOYEES OF THE NIGERIA RAILWAY CORPORTAION AND THE EFFECT ON THEIR PERFORMANCE.
83. THE EFFECTS OF STRESS ON THE SECRETARY’S JOB PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO AND EMENITE ALUMINIUM COMPANY, ENUGU)
84. THE CHALLENGES OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHOLOGY (ICT) TO MODERN SECRETARIES (STUDY OF NIGERIAN-AMERICAN BANK LIMITED (NAMBL) AND WEMA BANK PLC).
85. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ATTITUDES OF MALES AND FEMALES STUDENTS TOWARDS SHORTHAND COURSE
86. A SURVEY OF PROBLEMS OF CYBERCAFE IN DELTA STATE, NIGERIA. A CASE STUDY OF 80 CYBERCAFES IN ASABA
87. STAFF DISENGAGEMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON THE MORALE OF WORKERS A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL, RADIO CORPORATION OF NIGERIA, ENUGU
88. A STUDY OF THE ROLE AND PERFORMANCE EFFECTIVENESS OF PROFESSIONAL SECRETARIES IN SELECTED GOVERNMENT METROPOLIS A STUDY OF THREE SELECTED GOVERNMENT PARASTATALS
89. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE DYNAMIC ROLE OF SECRETARIES IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY PLC ENUGU)
90. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE ROLE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES IN THE ECONOMIC GROWTH OF AN ECONOMY. A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE
91. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE CAUSES OF STUDENTS POOR ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE STUDY OF SECRETARIAL ADMINISTRATION IN TERTIARY INSITUTIONS IN ENUGU STATE
92. INVESTIGATION INTO FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR DOWNITURN IN MALE STUDENTS ENROLLMENT IN SECRETARIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
93. THE EFFECTS OF HUMAN RELATIONS POLICIES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SECRETARIES IN EMENITE PLC AND AMAH BREWERIES NGWO
94. PROBLEMS OF MANPOWER TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO)
95. THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF AGRICULTURE TO RURAL DEVELOPMENT: (A CASE STUDY IN UDI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, ENUGU STATE)
96. AN EVALUATION OF THE PERFORMANCE AND PROBLEM OF SECRATARIES IN ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (ESUT) ENUGU
98. AN ANALYSIS OF THE PERFORMANANCES OF MODERM SECRETARIES IN IBETO GROUP OF COMPANIES NNEWI
99. THE IMPACT OF SECRETARIES IN IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF SERVICES RENDERED BY NIGERIAN TELECOMMUNICATION PLC (NITE), ENUGU
100. APPLICATION OF THE MARKETING CONCEPT IN THE BANKING SERVICE(A CASE STUDY OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN OWERRI MUNICIPAL OWERRI IMO STATE)
101. THE EFFECT OF COMMUNICATION BARRIERS IN ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS ( A CASE STUDY OF ANMMCO)
102. IMPACT OF MOTIVATION OF WORKERS IN SOME SELECTED ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF EMENITE LIMITED ENUGU)
103. SELF ORGANISATION AND TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS NEEDED BY MODERN SECRETARIES FOR SUCCESSFUL JOB PERFORMANCE IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY A CASE STUDY OF NEW NIGERIA BANK PLC LAGOS
104. THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON THE SECRETARIAL PROFESSION (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS IN PORT-HARCOURT METROPOLIS)
105. A STUDY OF AN ANALYSIS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL SCHEDULES FOR SECRETARIES IN THE ANAMBRA STATE CIVIL SERVICE
106. A STUDY OF EFFECTS OF FRUSTRATION ON NIGERIAN SECRETARIES, A CASE STUDY OF COAL CORPORATION ENUGU
107. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SECRETARIAL PROFESSION IN NIGERIA YESTERDAY AND TODAY (A CASE STUDY OF IBETO GROUP OF COMPANIES )
108 A STUDY OF JOB PROSPECTS OF SECRETARIES IN SOME SELECTED BUSINESS ORGANISATION IN ?STATE
109 A SURVEY OF THE FACTORS MILITATING AGAINST THE MODERN SECRETARIES IN SELECTED BANKS IN? STATE
110 A SURVEY OF WORDPROCESSING COMPETENCIES REQUIRED BY MODERN SECRETARIES IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY ( A CASE STUDY OF)
111 MOTIVATION AS AN INSTRUNMENT FOR ACHIEVEMENT OF HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF GIRRANTY TRUST BANK, ENUGU, ?STATE)
112 THE IMPACT OF THE INTRODUCTION OF THE COMPUTER ON THE SECRETARIAL PROFESSION (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED BANKS IN? METROPOLIS)
113 PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING BUSINESS STUDIES IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ?A ZONE
114 THE STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING THE FUNCTIONALITIES OF IN-SERVICE TRAINING OF SECRETARIES IN MODERN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION IN ? STATE
115 MOTIVATION AND EMPLOYEES PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BOTTLING COMPANY N.B.C).
116  APPLICATION OF SHORTHAND SKILLS IN TODAS BUSINESS OFFICES IN? URBAN

117   THE IMPACT OF MODERN COMMUNICATION FACILITIES ON THE SECRETARY

118MOTIVATIONAL TOOLS AND THE PRODUCTIVITY OF OFFICE PROFESSIONALS

119  THE EFFECT OF WORKING CONDITION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SECRETARIES IN AN ORGANIZATION

120    EFFECTS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE OFFICE MANAGER

121         “EFFECT OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY ON THE SECRETARIAL PROFESSION IN GOVERNMENTAL PARASTATALS”.

122         THE IMPACT OF OFFICE ENVIRONMENT ON OFFICE   PROFESSIONALS PRODUCTIVITY

123         THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON THE MODERN BUSINESS WORLD

124         MORALE AND OFFICE PROFESSIONAL’S PRODUCTIVITY

125         THE IMPACT OF INTERNET SOFTWARE PACKAGES TO THE MODERN SECRETARY

126         EVALUATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF A PROFESSIONAL SECRETARY AND A COMPUTER OPERATOR IN AN ORGANIZATION

127         TEAMWORK AND ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY

 

 

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Food Science Project Topics And Materials For Students

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1. MARGARINE” PRODUCTION USING OIL BLENDS FROM PALM KERNEL, COCONUT AND MELON
2.  ADDITIVES AND PRESERVATIVES USED IN FOOD PROCESSING AND PRESERVATION AND THEIR HEALTH IMPLICATION.
3.  AN EPIDEMOLOGY SURVEY FOR SCTRISTOSOMIASIS AMONG PUPILS IN AMAGUNZE COMMUNITY IN NKANU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IN EENUGU
4.  AN INVESTIGATION ON THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS PACKAGING MATERIAL ON THE QUALITY ATTRIBUTES OF SUYA (MEAT)

5.  ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY (A CASE STUDY OF PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC AT UNIVERISTY OF NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL. (UNTH, ENUGU)
6.  ANALYSIS OF CONTAMINATION OF ALASA RIVER IN BURUTU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF DELTA
7. ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF SWEET ORANGE (CITRUS SINENSIS) ON STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS AND ESCHERICHIA COLI ISOLATED FROM WOUND INFECTED
8. ASCARIASIS AMONG CHILDREN BETWEEN THE AGE OF 4-15 YEARS (A CASE STUDY OF SCHOOL I, II, III, IV IN ZIKS AVENUE PRIMARY SCHOOL UWANI ENUGU NIGERIA)
9. BACHERIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF IDODO RIVER

10. BACTERIAL CONTAMINATS ASSOCIATED WITH COMMERCIAL POULTRY FEED FROM THREE DIFFERENT COMPANIES
11. BACTERIAL EXAMINATION OF SPOILT “EGUSI” SOUP
12. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ANTIMICROBIAL STRENGTH OF THREE MOST COMMON ANTIBIOTICS USED IN ENUGU (CASE STUDY OF ANTIBIOTICS DRUGS BROUGHT IN OBIAGU.)
13. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MICROBIAL LOAD OF THE ENUGU MAIN WATER PRODUCTION AND WATER AVAILABLE TO IMT CAMPUS II HOSTEL
14. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PIPEBORNE WATER AND OTHER SOURCES OF WATER WITHIN ENUGU METROPOLIS (EMENE LOCALITY)

15. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ASH AND MOISTURE CONTENT OF RIPED AND UNRIPED PLANTAIN (MUSA SPP)
16. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MICRO-ORGANISM ASSOCIATED WITH THE SPOILAGE OF BANANA
17. CONSUMERS ACCEPTABILITY AND PHYSICO CHEMICAL QUALITY OF BREAKFAST FROM MALTED SORGHUM (Sorghum vulgarc var K.S.V.S) “ACHA” “(Digitaria exilib) AND CASSAVA (Manihot esculante) Starch.
18. DETERMINATION OF HYDROGEN CYANIDE IN CASSAVA
19. ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT OF SOME METHODS ADOPTED IN YOUGHOURT PRODUCTION

20. EFFECT OF STEEPING PERIOD ON YIELD AND ACCEPTABILITY OF STARCH EXTRACTED FROM SORGHUM (SORGHUM BICOLOR, WHITE VARIETY AND RED VARIETY)
21. EFFECT OF STORAGE TIME ON THE FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES OF WHEAT/BAMBKA GROUNDNUT BLEND
22. EVALUATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF SECCHAROMYCES CEREVISAAE ISOLATE FROM PALM-WINE IN VINEGAR PRODUCTION FROM OR ANGE JUICE.
23. EVALUATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF SECCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE ISOLATE FROM PALM-WINE IN VINEGAR PRODUCTION FROM OR ANGE JUICE.
24. EVALUATON OF CURRENT TECHNIQUES IN DIAGNOSES OF HUMAN IMMUNODAFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV)

25. EXAMINATION OF INCIDENCE OF MALARIA INFESTATION CAUSED BY DIFFERNET SPECIES OF PLASMODIUM IN ENUGU METROPOLIC (A CASE STUDY OF PARKLANE HOSPITAL ENUGU)
26. EXAMINATION OF JOLLOF RICE SERVED IN HOTELS FOR PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS
27. EXAMINATION OF STOOL FOR THE PRESENCE OF FELMINETH USING DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA ENUGU)
28. EXTRACTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FATTY ACIDS IN MAIZE (ZEA MAYS)
29. EXTRACTION OF CASHEW NUT SEED OIL AND ITS EFFECT ON COLI FORM

30. FERMENTATIVE PRODUCTION OF CASSAVA FLOUR FOR BAKERY INDUSTRIES
31. FOOD IN – RELATION TO DISEASES
32. FOOD IRRATION IN NIGERIA (PROSPECTS AND PROBLEMS)
33. FUNGAL INFUSTATION ON BAKERY PRODUCT DREAM
34. GASTROENTERITIS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHIDREN IN ENUGU METROPOLIS (6-12 YRS)
35. IDENTIFICATION OF FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH TEA SPOILAGE OF SWEET POTATO TUBERS SOLD AT OGBETE MAIN MARKET IN ENUGU, ENUGU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA. ENUGU STATE

36. IDENTIFICATION OF FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH THE SPOILAGE OF SWEET POTATO TUBERS SOLD AT OGBETE MAIN MARKET IN ENUGU, ENUGU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA. ENUGU STATE
37. INCIDENCE OF VAGINAL CANDIDACIES AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN AN PARK-LANE, HOSPITAL, A CASE STUDY OF PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINK AT PARK-LINE ENUGU.
38. INVESTIGATE THE MICROBIAL CONTENT OF SOME BOLTED SOFT DRIVELS SOLD IN ENUGU INTERLOPES
39. INVESTIGATION OF THE PRODUCTION OF A GOOD QUALITY ETHANOL FROM LOCAL RAW MATERIAL (CASSAVA) USING MICRO-ORGANISM WITHIN OUR LOCALITY.

40. INVITRO DETERMINATION OF BACTERIOCIDAL EFFECT OF GARLIC ON STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS
41. ISOLATIOIN AND CHARACTERISATION OF BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH HAWKED SUYA- MEAT (CASE STUDY OF ENUGU).
42. ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROORGANISMS FROM STORED PAP (OGI)
43. ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MOULD ASSIOCATED IN THE SPOILAGE OF BREAD
44. ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF TINEA CAPTIS FROM HAIR BARBING EQUIPMENT IN ENUGU METROPOLIS

45. ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH WOUND SEPSIS
46. ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA IN HOTEL SWIMMING POOL IN ENUGU URBAN

47. ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ASSOCIATED IN CONTAMINATED “OKPA” (BAMBARA GROUNDNUT) VOUNDZIES SUBTERENEA
48. ISOLATION AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE FROM ON PALM WINE (ELAELS GUINNEENSIS) AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURE OF PROOFING DURING BREAD MAKING
49. MAIZE ADJUNCT IN SORGHUM BEER BREWING
50. MALARIA PARASITE AND ITS EFFECT TO HUMAN HEALTH (A CASE STUDY OF UNTH ENUGU)
51. METHODS OF PROCESSING YAM
52. MICOROBIAL EXAMINATION OF FRIED RICE SOLD IN FAST FOOD JOINTS (A CASE STUDY OF MR BIGGS, OKPARA AVENUE ENUGU)

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53. MICROBIAL EXAMINATION OF BACTERIA IN BEEF SOLD IN ARTISAN MARKET ENUGU METROPOLIS
54. MICROBIAL EXAMINATION OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA IN RAW MILK SAMPLE FROM A DIARY FARM (A CASE STUDY OF FULANI CATTLE SETTLEMENT IN EMENE, ENUGU, ENUGU STATE)
55. MICROBIAL EXAMINATION OF SPOILT AVOCADO FRUIT
56. MICROBIAL FOOD SPOILAGE AND ITS CONTROL
57. MICROBIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF BACTERIA IN TAPIOCA SOLD IN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY ENUGU
58. MICROBIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF POWDERED TOBACCO SOLD IN ENUGU URBAN FOR THE PRESENCE OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA
59. MICROBIOLOGICAL STUDY ON SPOILAGE OF MANGO FRUIT
60. MICROOBIAL EVALUATION OF RAM MILK FROM A DIARY FARM

61. ONION IS ASSOCIATED WITH MICRO-ORGANISMS WHICH ARE CAPABLE OF CAUSING SPOILAGE.
62. PHYSICO – CHEMICAL AND ORGANOLEPTICPROPERTIES OF FLOUR AND FUFU PROCESSE FROM CASSAVE VERIETIES.
63. PREVALENCE OF BACTERIAL GASTROENTERITIS AMONG CHILDREN AGED 0 – 15 YEARS (A CASE STUDY OF UNTH)
64. PREVALENCE OF ENTAMOEBA HISTOLYTICA IN ENUGU METROPOLIS A CASE STUDY OF PARKLANE HOSIPITAL ENUGU
65. PREVALENCE OF MALARIA PARASITE AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN (A CASE STUDY OF NIGER FOUNDATION HOSPITAL ENUGU)

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66. PREVALENCE STUDY OF HEPATITIS B (AUSTRALIAN ANTIGEN) AMONG PATIENT IN NATIONAL ORTHOPEDIAE HOSPITAL ENUGU
67. PROCESS FOR REFINING VEGETABLE OIL AND ITS FOOD VALUE
68. PRODUCTION AND ACCEPTABILITY STUDIES OF MALTED SORGHUM (SORGHUM BICOLOR) BISCUIT
69. PRODUCTION OF “OGIRI” FROM SOYABEAN USING MICRO ORGANISM RESPONSIBLE FOR FERMENTATION OF CASTOR BEANS SEED “OGIRI” (COMMERCIAL “OGIRI”)
70. PRODUCTION OF ANTIFOAMING AGENT USING PALM KERNEL OIL

71. PRODUCTION OF BLEACH SOLUTION AND COMPARATIVE STUDY OF COMMERCIALLY PRODUCED BLEACH SOLUTION
72. PRODUCTION OF BREAD USING LACTIC ACID BACTERIAL (LAB) AND SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE (BAKERS YEAST)
73. PRODUCTION OF DEODORANT (AIR REFRESHING) FROM LOCAL PLANT MATERIALS.
74. PRODUCTION OF MIXED FRUIT USING FUSE LOCALLY SOURED CITRUS FRUITS ORANGE (CITRUS SILENCES) TANGERINE CITRUS RETICULATE) LEMON C GROUPS (CITRUS PARADOX)
75. PRODUCTION OF STARCH-BASED ADHESIVE FROM CASSAVA

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76. PRODUCTION OF SUGAR SYRUPS (MOLASSES) FROM CANE SUGAR STICKS
77. PROMOTE COMPOSITION OF PLEUROTUS TUBERRCOGININ FROM ENUGU AREA.
78. PROXIMATE ANALYSIS OF SENSORY EVALUATION OF DRIED ONION (ALLIUM CEPA)
79. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AGE, FEEDING AND ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY (A CASE STUDY OF PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC AT UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL (UNTH) ENUGU)
80. THE ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF THREE TYPES OF MEDICATED SOAPS ON STARHYROCOCCUS AUREUS FORM WOULD INFECTIONS
81. THE DETERMINATION OF THE ACTIVITIES AND SPECIFICITY OF ENZYMES IN FERMENTATION OF STARCH – FROM MAIZE
82. THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS OF CITRIC ACID ON THE PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF ORANGE JUICE (CITRUS SINENSIS)
83. THE EFFECT OF FOOD PACKAGING MATERIAL ON THE ENVIRONMENT

FOOD SCIENCE PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIAL FOR STUDENTS

84. THE EFFECT OF OIL SPILLAGE ON SOIL PROPERTIES AND CROP PERFORMANCE IN WARRI AREA
85. THE EFFECT OF PESTICIDES DICHLORODIPHENYL TRICHLOROEYHANE (D.D.Y) AND BENZENE HEXACHRORIDE (BHC) ON THE MICROFLORA OF THE THREE TYPES OF SOIL
86. THE EFFECT OF PROCESSING ON AFZELIA AFRICANA (AKPALATA) AND BRACHYSTEGIA SPP FLOUR AS SOUP THICKNER
87. THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT PROCESSIGN TECHNIQUIES ON THE ORGANOLEPTIC QUALITY OF SOYMILK PROCESSING AND STORAGE
88. THE EVALUATION OF MICROORGANISMS ON GARRI AT OGBETE MARKET
89. THE INCCIDENCE OF CANDIDIASIS AMONG SINGLE AND MARRIED WOMEN OF DIFFERENT AGE GROUP (CASE STUDY, UNTH ENUGU)

90. THE INCIDENCE OF HOOKWORM (ANCYLASTOMA DUODENALE) IN STOOLS OF PUPILS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN ENUGU – EAST L.G.A OF ENUGU STATE
91. THE INCIDENCE OF SALMONELLA AND ESCHERCHIA COLI IN LIVESTOCK (POULTRY) FEEDS
92. THE INFLUENCE OF PROCESSING METHODS ON THE PROTEIN AND CYANIDE CONTENT OF AFRICAN YAM BEAN (Sphenostylis Stenocarpa)
93. THE MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY CONTROL OF SOYMILK BEVERAGE SOLD IN INSITITUE OF MANGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS 3 ENUGU.
94. THE PEEVALENCE OF STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE IN PNEUMONIA PTIENTS IN ENUGU METROPOLI (A CASE STUDY OF UNTH ENUGU)

95. THE PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES OF CULINARY HERBS AND LOCAL SPIES PIPE GUIEENSE (UZIZA) XYLPIA AETHPICA (UDA), MONODORA MYRISTICA (EHURU), TETRAPELURA TETRAPTERA (OSHOSHO).
96. THE PREVALENCE OF TRICHOMONA VAGINALIS AMONG ADULTS IN “OSUMENYI” IN NNEWI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA ANAMBRA STATE
97. THE ROLE OF PACKAGING IN FOOD PROCESSING
98. THE STATUS OF PROCESSING AND PRESERVATION OF CEREALS IN NIGERIA
99. THE SURVEY OF THE MICROBIAL FLOAR OF COMMON (Achatina achatina) IN VIEW OF IDENTIFYING THE HUMAN PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS IN SNAIL
100. THE UTILITY POTENTIALS OF SOME DIOSCOREA SPECIES WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO D. ROTORIDATA AND D. DUMATORUM
101. USE OF COMPOSITE FLOUR BLENDS FOR BISCUIT MAKING (PEANUT/CASSAVA

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AN ASSESSMENT OF MASS MEDIA’S ROLE IN THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST DRUG ABUSE IN NIGERIA

AN   ASSESSMENT OF MASS MEDIA’S ROLE IN THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST DRUG ABUSE IN NIGERIA

 

 

ABSTRACT

This work was done to final out the assessment of the mass media’s role in the campaign against drug abuse, because drug abuse has become a serious problem we are facing both in Nigeria and in other parts of the world.

The objectives of this research is to find out if drug abuse has increased crime rate in Nigeria, to find out if the mass media is performing their functions effectively, its assessment in the campaign against drug abuse in Nigeria and what impression people have about drug abuse in Nigeria.

A critical review of related literature was made. The methodology used, the research design, sample, the method of data collection and analysis is found in chapter three.

Chapter four is devoted to the analysis of data collected and results of the research. Tables were used in the results.

Chapter five contains the summary of the study and the recommendations for further study.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page

Approval page

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Table of Content

 

CHAPTER ONE:        INTRODUCTION

  • Background of the Study
  • Statement of the Research   problem
  • Objective of the Study
  • Significance of the Study
  • Research Questions
  • Research Hypothesis
  • Conceptual and Operational definition
  • Assumptions
  • Limitation of the Study

CHAPTER TWO : REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE

  • Sources of Literature
  • The Review
  • Summary of Literature review

 

CHAPTER THREE: MYTHOLOGY

  • Research method
  • Research design
  • Research Sample
  • Measuring Instrument
  • Data collection
  • Data Analysis
  • Expected Results

CHAPTER FOUR : DATA ANALYSIS AND RESULTS

  • Data Analysis
  • Results
  • Discussion

 

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FURTHER STUDY

  • Summary
  • Recommendations for further Study

Bibliography

Appendix A: Letter of Introduction

Appendix   B: Questionnaire.

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

There is no limit to the study of media and society. Media and society as a subject covers a wide range of issues. Communication has a lot to do with the individual. It effects and defects are so notable that they cannot be swept under the carpet. Media and society are interwoven and nether of them can exist without the other. But first of all, what is communication?

Fiske (1990) defines communication as “social interaction through message” Jaya- weera (1991) sees it as an interaction process through which persons or groups relate to each other and share information, experience and culture. Looking at the above definitions communication can be said to be the transferring or transmitting of ideas, attitudes and information from one person to anther. Okunna (1999) throws more light on the above assertion when she says “to communicate basically means to share ideas information, opinions , feelings or experiences between people?

According to Okunna (1999) the mass media perform a number of functions, which benefit the individual as a member of a society. She   goes on to say that these functions range from serious informational and educational functions  to lighter functions like entertainment.

The functions of the mass media in the society includes .

  1. Information:-This is the constant stream of information about event in the society. Among the positive consequence of this function is the guidance it gives to the individuals in his or her daily life.
  2. Interpretation :-This is the function of appropriately interpreting news and information in such as way as to avoid over sensitization and induce appropriate or necessary action. It includes prescribing what to do, how to do it and why it is necessary.
  3. Education:- The mass media   help unify society and increases social cohesion by upholding teaching a broad base of common social norms values and collective experiences. The mass media do this transmission mainly through informal education (unconscious learning) and non- formal education (conscious attempt to impart knowledge outside the formal school system).
  4. Entertainment:-This is the mass media function that is geared towards providing some diversion and amusement, relaxation and respite.

The mass media is known as the watch dog of the society and with the information and education function, it will be known if the mass media has played roles in the campaign against drug abuse in Nigeria. This is because like the dry rot that eats away the wooden beams of a house, drugs can corrode the whole structure of society. For human society to function properly, it must have stable families, healthy workers, trustworthy governments, honest polices and law abiding citizens . Drugs corrupt every one of these fundamental elements.

The home however is probably where drugs do the most damage. Parents who are distracted by their craving for drugs rarely provide their children with a stable home life. Many children who grow up in this environment take to the streets or even get involved in drugs themselves.

 

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APPLICATION OF QUEING MODELS TO CUSTOMERS MANAGEMENT IN THE BANKING SYSTEM

APPLICATION OF QUEING MODELS TO CUSTOMERS MANAGEMENT IN THE BANKING SYSTEM

 

ABSTRACT

Queues are common sight in banks these days especially on Mondays and on Fridays. Hence queuing theory which is the mathematical study of waiting lines or queue is suitable to be applied in the banking sector since it is associated with queue and waiting line where customers who cannot be served immediately have to queue(wait) for service. The aim of this project is to determine the average time customers spend on queue and the actual time of service delivery, thereby examining the impact of time wasting and cost associated with it. The primary data were collected from the UBA branch at Okpara Avenue, Enugu, the data were collected based on the arrival pattern and service pattern of customers. The methodology employed followed the birth and death Markovian process. We further used the chi-square test to test the arrival pattern to determine if it follows a Poisson distribution and also tested the service pattern to determine if it follows an exponential distribution. The results obtained from the chi-square test showed that the arrival pattern follows a Poisson distribution and that the service pattern follows an exponential distribution, hence it can be analyzed using Markovian birth and death process. The results obtained showed that service rate is 0.1521 and arrival rate is 0.2157, the probability that servers are idle is 0.2786 and the cost incurred from waiting is N938.597. We were now forced to recommend based on the analysis, that the Bank management should increase the number of servers to three so as to help reduce the time customers spend on queue and also reduce cost incurred from waiting. We now concluded that the objective of this project was achieved.

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • BACKGROUND OF STUDY

Queue is a common sight in banks especially on Mondays and Fridays. The

 

word queue comes via French and the Latin Cauda.Customersmeani waiting in line to receive services in any service system is inevitable and that is why queue management has been where the manager faces huge challenge. Hence, queuing theory is suitable to be applied in the banking system. Since it is associated with queue or waiting line where customers who cannot be served immediately have to queue (wait) for service for a long time and time being a resource ought to be managed effectively and efficiently because time is money. Queuing theory as the mathematical study of waiting lines or queues. It is generally considered a branch of operations research because the results are often used when making business decisions about the resources needed to provide service (Wikipedia, 2008).

 

Queuing theory is also known as the theory of overcrowding; it is the branch of operational research that explores the relationship between the demand on a service system and the delays suffered by the users of that system (A.K. Sharma, 2013)

 

 

Queuing theory is a major topic for applied mathematics that deals with phenomenon of waiting and arises from the use of powerful mathematical analysis to describe production processes (M. Masurdi, 2011).

 

The study of queues deals with quantifying the phenomenon of waiting in lines using representative measures of performance, such as average queue length, average waiting time in queue and average facility utilization (H.A. Taha 2002)

 

Queueing theory can also be applied to a variety of operational situations where it is not possible to accurately predict the arrival rate (or time) of customers and service rate (or time)) of service facility of facilities. Queuing theory permits the derivation and calculation of several performance measures including the average waiting time in the queue or the system, the expected number waiting or receiving service and the probability of encountering the system in certain states, such as empty, full or having an available server or having to wait a certain time to be served.(Biju, M.K (2011)

 

queuing models provide the analyst with a powerful tool for evaluating the performance of queuing systems( Bank, Carson, Nelson & Nicol, 2001)

 

 

  • STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

 

 

This study is required to investigate the expected waiting time of customers and the actual waiting time in banks, where the gap between the actual and expected

 

waiting time can be analyzed to know how to improve on the efficiency and

 

effectiveness of their bank. Such problems are

 

 

  • How poor service facilities has affected the overall bank performance.

 

  • How poor service pattern affects queue discipline.

 

  • How service facilities has affected the time of customers

 

  • How poor service delivery impacts on time.

 

  • How poor   service’s   delivery   has   aff

 

 

  • AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

 

 

The aim of this study is to determine the amount of average time customers spend on a queue and actual time of service delivery. Therefore the objectives of this study are as follows:-

 

  • To examine the impact of time wasting on the weak performance.

 

  • To improve on the efficiency and effectiveness of their operations.

 

 

  • To help bank mangers improve custo management.

 

 

 

  • To improve on time management which is a resource.

 

 

  • SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY

 

 

This study when completed will be significant to many people and organisations especially banks in Nigeria. First of all, it will add to the literature on queuing theory and management which will be accessed by lecturers and scholars.

 

 

Most importantly, Bank Managers will benefit a lot from this study as they will apply this theory in their various banks, thereby reducing the amount of time

 

spent on queues which mightandimproveleadon to their overall efficiency and effectiveness.

 

1.5.  RESEARCH QUESTIONS

 

 

In terms of the analysis of queuing situations, the type of questions in which we are interested in are typically concerned with measures of system performance which includes

 

  • To what extent does the service time differ from the actual time that customers have to wait before being served?

 

  • To what extent does poor service pattern affect queue discipline?

 

  • To what   extent   do   service   facilitie

 

 

  • To what extent does the average service time affect the overall performance of the bank?

 

  • How does   poor   service   delivery   affe

 

 

  • SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS OF STUDY

 

 

In this paper, we will be studying one bank and our concern is the single queue multiple service point because of lack of time and resources to embark on large scale study on majority of banks. One bank to our mind is fair judgement. The queue discipline is first in first out (FIFO) and the arrival is strictly random.

 

 

We also consider a Poisson distributed arrival times and exponentially distributed service times.

 

1.6.1  PROBLEM DEFINITION

Single-channel queuing system with multi where S>1) are operated by banks with the hope of giving customers maximum satisfaction and also make their profit, the problem arises when these objectives are not reached.

  • DEFINITIONS OF TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH QUEUING MODELS

 

We now look at the definition of terms associated with queuing theory Queue –A queue can be defined as an aggregation of items waiting for a service function. Queuing theory –This is the construction of mathematical model of varying forms of queuing systems. Arrival –This element is concerned with the rate of entry by customers into the system.

 

Queuing discipline –This element is concerned with what goes on between the arrival time of a customer and when service is rendered to him/her.

 

Server –An operation fed by a queue

 

 

Phase –A queue and its connected servers, or router to a server.

 

 

Arrival pattern –This is the manner in which customers arrive in the system for service.

 

Service pattern –This is the rate in which the service channel renders service to a customer.

 

Balking –This is the refusal of a customer to join the queue if the queue is long.

 

 

Reneging –This is the withdrawal of a customer from the queue because of the length of the waiting line.

 

Jockeying –When a customer withdraws from a queue to join another one because the new queue is shorter.

 

Arrivalmeanratenumber of(λ):arrivalper unit time.

 

 

Service rate (µ): Mean number of customers that can be served at 100% utilization by each individual server per unit time (usually per hour a day)

 

  • QUEUING MODEL NOMENCLATURE

 

 

In queuing theory, a standard terminology is employed. It is often called the

 

Kendall’s                           notation.

 

 

Kendall’s                           notation   for   specifyingere   que

 

 

V indicates the arrival pattern. W denotes the service pattern.

 

X signifies the number of available servers.

 

Y      represents   the   system’s   capacity.

 

Z designates the queue discipline.

 

 

But we majorly restrict ourselves to the first three notations on the assumption that customers leave the system immediately…

 

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