However, the college ranking of these institutions have since dropped because of the arrival of some private institutions. Hausa-FulaniYorubaand Igbo. In some study programs, many of the universities may require higher grades to get admission. First year entry requirements into most universities in Nigeria include: These schools are funded and managed directly by the Federal Government through the Ministry of Education.
This transcript is valid for one year, after which an Official transcript from the West African Examination Council is issued. Teachers and staff are Federal Government employees.
Historically, universities are divided into several tiers: Universities in this tier are. Students spend six years in primary school and graduate with a school-leaving certificate. These universities have continued to play their roles for the production of qualified personnel and the provision of standards, which have helped to guide the subsequent establishments of other generations of universities in Nigeria.
Commerce, food and nutrition, technical drawing or fine arts. These schools are supposed to be model schools carrying and maintaining the ideals of secondary education for Nigerian students. Beforeeducation policy was still largely shaped by the colonial policy of the British Colonial Period.
The six years spent in primary school and the three years spent in junior secondary school are merged to form the nine in the system. They were established primarily to meet a need for qualified personnel in Nigeria and to set basic standards for university education.
During this period, students are expected to spend three years in Junior Secondary School and three years in Senior Secondary School.
This program faced many difficulties and was subsequently revised in and A maximum of nine and a minimum of seven subjects are registered for the examination by each student with Mathematics and English Language taken as compulsory.
Admission is based on merit, determined by the National Common Entrance Examination taken by all final year elementary school pupils.
Primary school students are required to take a Common Entrance Examination to qualify for admission into the Federal and State Government Secondary schools, as well as private ones. There are about two Federal Government Colleges in each state. The country has a total number of universities registered by NUC among which federal and state government own 40 and 39 respectively while 50 universities are privately owned.
In order to increase the number of universities in Nigeria from to the Federal Government gave 9 new private universities their licences in May First generation universities[ edit ] Five of these Universities were established between andfollowing the recommendation of the Ashby Commission set up by the British Colonial Government to study the necessity of university education for Nigeria.
Six years of elementary school is followed by six years of secondary school.KEYWORDS: Teacher, Administration, Education, Secondary School, Nigeria INTRODUCTION Background of the Study The heads of educational enterprises such as principals of secondary schools have the responsibility of seeing to the smooth running of the schools.
It is believed that the extent to and a check list on school record keeping was used. PROBLEMS MILITATING AGAINST EFFICIENT RECORD KEEPING IN NIGERIAN SCHOOLS. BY PROF. D.O. DUROSARO UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN, ILORIN. Introduction Apparently, in Nigeria, the business of education is gradually.
Records Keeping For Effective Administration of Secondary Schools Amos Oyetunde Alabi Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, Oyo State, Nigeria ignored for record keeping boosts the administrative effectiveness of such school and so, record keeping is not an exclusive of any level of education.
This paper focuses records. Management of School Records by Secondary School Principals in Delta State, Nigeria Adeyemi, T.O., The influence of management strategies on the effective keeping of school records in secondary schools in Ekiti State, Nigeria.
The Social Sci., 3: School record keeping: A strategy for management of nigerian secondary. With the introduction of the system of education in Nigeria, the recipient of the education would spend six years in primary school, three years in junior secondary school, three years in senior secondary school, and four years in tertiary institution.
TITLE PAGE MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL RECORDS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OTUKPO EDUCATION ZONE BY administrative practices and strategies to improve on records keeping management in secondary school system towards ensuring .Download