RUFAI MUSILIU DADA

Meet RUFAI MUSILIU DADA, an Academic Staff of Lagos State University.

Specialization

Educational Planning

Designation

Lecturer I

Department

Educational Management

Office

At the Educational Management department office

Visiting Hour

Appointment on Visitation important

Research Interest

Topic: INFLUENCE OF EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES MAINTENANCE PRACTICES ON QUALITY ASSURANCE IN PUBLIC HIGHER INSTITUTIONS IN LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA

Description:

School building improvement and maintenance are essential aspects of school plant management which requires constant attention and careful planning by administrators. The purpose of the study was ascertain if planned school maintenance programme feature in the activities of accreditation agencies.Research hypothesis was generated, the research is of correlational as well as ex-post facto design. The population of the study consisted of the of all the lecturers and undergraduate students of conventional public Higher Institutions in Lagos State. Data collected using two self developed questionnaires were analysed using both descriptive and inferential statistics. The results show that there is no significant difference regarding maintenance practices in federal and state owned higher educational institutions in Lagos State. The Null Hypothesis is therefore not rejected. It was concluded that the Architects and policy makers should endeavour to give Nigerians “maintenance – free buildings or building that required low level of maintenance. Key Words: Quality Assurance, Higher Institutions, Maintenance, Quality. 

Qualifications

# Certificate SchoolYear
1. Ph.D (Educational Planning) Lagos State University, Ojo 2018

Current Research

Human Resources Planning and Unemployment of University Graduate in Nigeria

Research Details

INTRODUCTION


The issue of university graduate unemployment in Nigeria is so alarming that a World Bank study shows that just one out of every ten university graduate gets a job (Okoh-Mesarawon 2009). Unemployment has reduced graduates to mere bunch of failures, so much so that people now see them as failures, and are referred to as a group of never-do-well.

Statement of the Problem

Today, graduate-unemployment has taken a new dimension in Nigeria. With scarce jobs, many more seek higher education than the ability of the already saturated labour market to absorb. It has been noted that the educational system produces more than fifty thousand (50,000) graduates annually with an estimated USD 4,500 to develop each of them; NISER (2008).What the country receives in return for this investment is increase in this great monster – ‘Graduate Unemployment’

Purpose of the Study


The major aim of study is to trace and assess manpower planning and development of University Graduates and Unemployment Nigeria.

WHAT HAS BEEN DONE SO FAR


The researcher had written the background and background to the study and also collected data for the study.

 

WORK YET TO BE DONE

Analysis of data and conclusion.

 

Biography

RUFAI MUSILIU is a Lecturer I at the Department of Educational Management

RUFAI has a Ph.D in Educational Planning from Lagos State University, Ojo

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