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PARENTS ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE STUDY OF SEX EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOL

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ABSTRACT
The study is aimed at analyzing the parent’s attitude towards the study of sex education into the secondary schools curriculum in Ikpoba Okha local government area of Edo state, Nigeria. The sample used consist of two hundred {200} respondents from four schools in Ikpoba Okha. A questionnaire titled “parent’s attitude towards the study of sex education in secondary school curriculum” was developed by the researcher for the collection of data. The data collected were analyzed by the use of simple percentage. The study showed that students actually want sex education in the secondary school curriculum and t was recommended that sex education should not only be introduced into the secondary school curriculum but also taught at home.

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Sex education is one of the major determinants of future stability in families of the nation. Unfortunately, in Nigeria today while time and money are being spent on curriculum work and school environment, surprisingly, little time and attention are paid to the crucial issues of sex education.

 

Sex education is a comprehensive and systematic development program extending from infancy to maturity. It is planned and directed to produce social and moral desirable sexual attitudes practices and personal behaviour.

Sex problems have a very devastating effect on the individual in our society. Some people have wrong ideas about sex education. This is not surprising, considering the fact that many old people have their respective viewpoint about life.

 

With the greater freedom of discussion of sex in our society and the earlier maturity of children today, one would not consider the introduction of ex education to our teenagers too early. The introduction of proper sex education to our youths will reduce many of the societal problems now facing us.

 

The bringing together of boys and girls into the same schools creates problems of physical contact and emotional involvement which eventually culminate in arousing sexuality.

 

A majority of Nigerian parents and teachers believe that the sex education of their children is the parent’s responsibility while some others would welcome its introduction into the school curriculum. This lead to the question, ‘what are the students views towards it introduction into school curriculum?

Simply put, sex education is that dealing with the processes and problems of reproductions designed to provide the individual with understanding and control of their sex impulses and behaviour. It also deals with the principles of both individual and groups problems stemming from the biological fact that there are two basic types of human beings – males and females.

The need for the teaching of sex education in secondary schools in Ikpoba-Okha Local Government Cannot be overemphasized. This is because of the influx of people from different ethnic group into the locality. Ikpoba-Okha has not only increased in population but also in size. The need to actualize these sexual feelings became evidence when the students are among themselves. But the forceful preventives warning of the parents only serve temporary chock on sexual tendencies amongst these youth.

 

With these children sent to secondary schools and no thorough knowledge of sex life, a lot of problems easily come into play as the student’s jumps into their game of uncontrolled emotion. As a place for the dissemination of knowledge, secondary schools become the local point fort the introduction of sex education, since present generation involve themselves in promiscuity and corruption, there is the need for them to be taught what sexual relationship is. With this, a lot of changes will occur in the life of the students, parents and the community at large.

 

According to Calderome (1972) the World War II marked the liberalization of many attitudes about sex as well as the beginning of changes in behaviour leading individuals all over the world to advocate for ‘telling the truth’ to children. The child study association of America in the 1920s led the way toward an open approach to all topics including sex education.

 

Though more emphasis was placed on reproductive education, since then, the concept has enlarged considering today sex education encompasses a wide range of biological, sociological and psychological knowledge. Today there is the awareness of the need for sex education in schools, churches and other institutions of the growing concern over teenage pregnancies, abortions, venereal disease, increased promiscuity, widespread martial and sexual difficulties.

 

Sources of initiatives are the sex information and education council of the United State (SIECUS), which was founded in 1963, professional groups and all levels, while Calder-Wood D. D. and Sloan (1982) added the Japanese Association for sex education.

 

More so, the knowledge of sex education will reduce the rate of casualty, which would have resulted from illegal procurement of abortion by quack doctors or nurses. Presently sex education programmes have been integrated into several secondary school education programmes.

 

STATEMENT OF PROBLEMS

Ignorance of sex and its associated problems is prevalent in and among secondary school students. The life of students are shattered with the passing of incorrect information among themselves, they get misled by others.

Today, the problems resulting from the lack of sex education to our youth are numerous. They are unwanted pregnancies, increase abortion, high incidence of sexually transmitted diseases and high rates of sexual promiscuity.  All these have led to inability to concentrate, poor school performance, deterioration of mental health of students, high rate of school drop outs, increase in illiteracy and over population.

 

Consequently, the educational opportunity of Nigeria youth is greatly affected and this posses a great loss to the society. Religious bodies view sex education as premature, dangerous and likely to lead to sexual promiscuity. To behavioural scientists, the introduction of sex education is proper. However, despite the increasing sexual problems, parents and schools are still not providing teenagers with proper knowledge of sex.

 

Young people regard sex as fun rather than what it really is. They see it as a personal and private affair of the participants, which it is not. They take to themselves as a teacher (which is not good enough) and have been guided by mythologies and misconceptions about sex.

 

Many administrations have bee greatly worried about the appropriate level of which sex education can be introduced, who should teach sex education, what to teach and what not to. It should however, be realized that sex education if properly given does not arouse morbid curiosity but does exactly the opposite to young people. Whereas, the misinformation, secret, misinterpretation and fables about sex functions leads to dangerous consequences. Therefore, information about sex education gives an insight to people understanding of sex functions.

 

It was Liewely-Jones Derek (1978) who noted that adults complain about the irresponsibility of teenagers about their lack of respect, about their morals and promiscuity, yet it is difficult to ask teenagers to develop responsibility when adults seen to be rejecting it and when society seems to be fragmenting it is particularly difficult to ask young people to maintain sexual responsibility. He needs to be alert to talk to someone close to him and not have to talk to her parents as strangers. It parents are unable to answer her questions regarding social, moral and sexual attitudes, then they have failed as parents and should not blame their children for failing. As children grow older, their interest in sex increases.

 

 

PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

The purpose of the study is therefore to sample the attitude of parents on the issue of sex education in secondary school curriculum. This study is also programmed to find out how sexual problem deeply influence students in order to portray the need for schools. It would also educate the students to know what sexual relationship is and the implication of sex promiscuity.

And to make a case for the need to teach sex education in secondary schools beginning from junior secondary III. It also seeks to find out the various ways in which sex education can be taught, who to teach it and the goals to be achieved from teaching sex education.

 

 

 

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

The outcome of this research programme will enable the readers not only to identity the need for introducing the course sex education into secondary school curriculum, but will also assist in the enumeration of the problems occurring due to the non-introduction of sex education into secondary schools and possible solution to the elimination of such associated problems. It will also help the readers to understand that the babies got from unwanted pregnancy by school girls may be fatherless, thus they will always create problems to their parents and also the society in general.

 

It is hoped that through the findings, the various misconceptions on the issue of sex education will be corrected. There can be nothing more damaging to effective sex reduction than shame, embarrassment and untruthfulness on timidity about sex. It is also hoped that a solution to the problems affecting sex education will be achieved so that meaningful sex education will be taught to our youths.

Solving the issue of sex education will go far in improving on the health of every individual, school performance, population growth and therefore lighten the standard of living.

With the knowledge and not ignorance of sex education, youth will be in a better position to understand the challenges of growing up and the values of sex as well as its pit falls.

 

 

ASSUMPTIONS

1.  The teaching of sex education should be limited to female teachers.

2.  The teaching of sex education in secondary schools will reduce the rate of dropout that is caused by indiscriminate sexual activities.

3.  The knowledge of sex education can reduce the rate of deaths that occur during the procurement of abortion of unwanted pregnancies.

 

 

RESEARCH QUESTIONS

i.            Do parents feel that sex education will save them from certain embarrassing situations?

ii.           Do parents feel that sex education should be taught at home?

iii.         Do parents want sex education introduced into the secondary school curriculum?

Can the problems of infertility among women in the society be reduced with the knowledge of sex education

 

 

 

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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

 

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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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. A FRESH TOPIC NOT LISTED ON OUR WEBSITE COST 50,000 NAIRA ( UNDERGRADUATE) OR 100,000 FOR SECOND DEGREE STUDENTS. $500. PLUS  FREE SUPPORT UNTIL YOU FINISH YOUR PROJECT WORK. CONTACT US TODAY, WE MAKE A DIFFERENT. DESIGN AND WRITING IS OUR SKILLED.  DESIGN AND WRITING IS OUR SKILLED.

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MAKE YOUR PAYMENT  INTO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING BANKS:
 GTBANK
Account Name : Chi E-Concept Int’l
ACCOUNT NUMBER:  0115939447
First Bank:
Account Name: Chi E-Concept Int’l
Account Name: 3059320631

Foreign Transaction For Dollars Payment :
Bank Name: GTBank
Branch Location: Enugu State,Nigeria.
Account Name: Chi E-Concept Int’l
 Account Number:  0117780667. 
Swift Code: GTBINGLA 
Dollar conversion rate for Naira is 175 per dollar. 

ATM CARD:  YOU CAN ALSO MAKE PAYMENT USING YOUR ATM CARD OR ONLINE TRANSFER. PLEASE CONTACT YOUR BANKER SECURITY GUIDE ON HOW TO TRANSFER MONEY TO OTHER BANKS USING YOUR ATM CARD. ATM CARD OR ONLINE BANK TRANSFER IS FASTER FOR QUICK DELIVERY TO YOUR EMAIL . OUR MARKETER WILL RESPOND TO YOU ANY TIME OF THE DAY. WE SUPPORT CBN CASHLESS SOCIETY. 

OR
PAY ONLINE USING YOUR ATM CARD. IT IS SECURED AND RELIABLE.

Enter Amount

form>DELIVERY PERIOD FOR BANK PAYMENT IS  LESS THAN 2 HOURS

How to transfer from your bank account to All  Nigeriabanks

1. Access Bank:
—-*901#

2. EcoBank:
—-*326#

3. Fidelity Bank:
—-*770#

4. FCMB:
—-*389*214#

5. First Bank
—-*894#

6. GTB:
—-*737#

7. Heritage Bank:
—-*322*030#

8. Keystone Bank:
—-*322*082#

9. Sky Bank:
—-*389*076*1#

10. Stanbic IBTC:
—-*909#

11. Sterling Bank:
—-*822#

12. UBA:
—-*389*033*1#

13. Unity Bank:
—-*322*215#

14. Zenith Bank:
—-*966#

15. Diamond Bank
—-*710*555#

To know your BVN, dial
—-*565*0#.

E.g for First bank…   *894 *Amount *Acct. No. #

Please dail d code from d number u used to register d account from the bank

CALL OKEKE CHIDI C ON :  08074466939,08063386834.

AFTER PAYMENT SEND YOUR PAYMENT DETAILS TO

08074466939 or 08063386834, YOUR PROJECT TITLE  YOU WANT US TO SEND TO YOU, AMOUNT PAID, DEPOSITOR NAME, UR EMAIL ADDRESS,PAYMENT DATE. YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR MATERIAL IN LESS THAN 2 HOURS ONCE WILL CONFIRM YOUR PAYMENT.

WE HAVE SECURITY IN OUR BUSINESS.   

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

 

THE NATURE OF INTERNAL AUDIT SYSTEM IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION REGULATORY ORGANIZATION

THE NATURE OF INTERNAL AUDIT SYSTEM IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION REGULATORY ORGANIZATION

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COMPLETE PROJECT  MATERIAL COST 5000 NAIRA OR $10 , 

. A FRESH TOPIC NOT LISTED ON OUR WEBSITE COST 50,000 NAIRA ( UNDERGRADUATE) OR 100,000 FOR SECOND DEGREE STUDENTS. $500. PLUS  FREE SUPPORT UNTIL YOU FINISH YOUR PROJECT WORK. CONTACT US TODAY, WE MAKE A DIFFERENT. DESIGN AND WRITING IS OUR SKILLED.  DESIGN AND WRITING IS OUR SKILLED.

Note: our case study can be change to suit your desire location . we are here for your success.

                                   ORDER NOW

MAKE YOUR PAYMENT  INTO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING BANKS:
 GTBANK
Account Name : Chi E-Concept Int’l
ACCOUNT NUMBER:  0115939447
First Bank:
Account Name: Chi E-Concept Int’l
Account Name: 3059320631

Foreign Transaction For Dollars Payment :
Bank Name: GTBank
Branch Location: Enugu State,Nigeria.
Account Name: Chi E-Concept Int’l
 Account Number:  0117780667. 
Swift Code: GTBINGLA 
Dollar conversion rate for Naira is 175 per dollar. 

ATM CARD:  YOU CAN ALSO MAKE PAYMENT USING YOUR ATM CARD OR ONLINE TRANSFER. PLEASE CONTACT YOUR BANKER SECURITY GUIDE ON HOW TO TRANSFER MONEY TO OTHER BANKS USING YOUR ATM CARD. ATM CARD OR ONLINE BANK TRANSFER IS FASTER FOR QUICK DELIVERY TO YOUR EMAIL . OUR MARKETER WILL RESPOND TO YOU ANY TIME OF THE DAY. WE SUPPORT CBN CASHLESS SOCIETY. 

OR
PAY ONLINE USING YOUR ATM CARD. IT IS SECURED AND RELIABLE.

Enter Amount

form>DELIVERY PERIOD FOR BANK PAYMENT IS  LESS THAN 2 HOURS

How to transfer from your bank account to All  Nigeria banks without internet

1. Access Bank:
—-*901#

2. EcoBank:
—-*326#

3. Fidelity Bank:
—-*770#

4. FCMB:
—-*389*214#

5. First Bank
—-*894#

6. GTB:
—-*737#

7. Heritage Bank:
—-*322*030#

8. Keystone Bank:
—-*322*082#

9. Sky Bank:
—-*389*076*1#

10. Stanbic IBTC:
—-*909#

11. Sterling Bank:
—-*822#

12. UBA:
—-*389*033*1#

13. Unity Bank:
—-*322*215#

14. Zenith Bank:
—-*966#

15. Diamond Bank
—-*710*555#

To know your BVN, dial
—-*565*0#.

E.g for First bank…   *894 *Amount *Acct. No. #

Please dail d code from d number u used to register d account from the bank

CALL OKEKE CHIDI C ON :  08074466939,08063386834.

AFTER PAYMENT SEND YOUR PAYMENT DETAILS TO

08074466939 or 08063386834, YOUR PROJECT TITLE  YOU WANT US TO SEND TO YOU, AMOUNT PAID, DEPOSITOR NAME, UR EMAIL ADDRESS,PAYMENT DATE. YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR MATERIAL IN LESS THAN 2 HOURS ONCE WILL CONFIRM YOUR PAYMENT.

WE HAVE SECURITY IN OUR BUSINESS.   

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

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CHAPTER ONE

1.0    INTRODUCTION

1.1    BACKGROUND OF STUDY

Given today complex and rapidly changing management climate, most large companies, major institution and governmental agencies are implementing continuous improvements to achieve efficiency and assure all concerned parties of solid corporate governance.

The nature of interval audit system simply means explaining some of the  key terms in the project topic, the internal system.

According to the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) definition of internal auditing the internal audit system should provide independent, thoroughly timely and objective result of quantitative and qualitative testing to senor management and in essence, help evaluate organizational risk management.

Auditing is an independent checking  and investigation of the books of accounts and  vouchers of a business with a view to enabling the audit to report whether the balance  sheet and profit and loss account are properly drawn up so as to show a true and  fair  view of the state of the affairs and the best of the information and explanations obtained by the Auditors and that they comply with the rules laid down  by SSAP (Statements of Standard Accounting Practice) and other statutory regulations.  Audit is of two types, namely.

Internal audit is a review of the operation procedures and records of the business internal auditing is itself an internal control which operates by appraising and reporting on the effectiveness of the other controls. Thus, its main objectives is to assist management in  discharging its responsibilities and to evaluate compliance with corporate  procedures. The role of internal auditors therefore, is to provide an overall assurance to management that all key risk within an organization are managed effectively so that the organization can achieve its strategic objective.

External Audit: The external auditors are officers from supervisor agency or independent firm to examine accounts, document independently. However, this project topic is restricted to internal audit system, taken the National Board for technical education  as a case study.

 

1.2    STATEMENT OF PROBLEMS

Trust in the process of financial  accounting and auditing is been undermined by our present day high-profile corrupt practices in major institutions and organizations. Thus as a result is the seeming  failure of internal audit system  not giving value for the finances of the educational institutions and the resulted effects is  responsible for the poor quality  delivery of  education. So also is the mechanism put in place to curb these corruption has not been effective.

In response, it has become necessary to undertake, examine and evaluate the problematic nature of internal audit system in educational institution and regulatory

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