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|Title:||FACTORS AFFECTING JOB PERFORMANCE OF ELECTRICAL ELETRONIC TECHNOLOGY GRADUATES TEACHERS IN TECHNICAL COLLEGES IN ENUGU STATE|
|Authors:||CHIWETALU BARTH N|
|Abstract:||ABSTRACT The bedrock for the job performance of any technician/technologist is his (or her) 'skill' which is defined as the learnt capacity or talent to carry out pre-determined results in certain crafts, often with minimum outlay of time, energy, or both. In fact, skill is simply a knowledge combined with dexterity. This research project focused on the factors affecting job performance of electrical/ electronics technology graduate. teachers in technical colleges in Enugu State. This questionnaire contained sixty-five items, based on the research questions, and was used to collect research data from the two technical colleges in the state. A sample size of 15 electrical/ electronics technical teachers from the target population was used in conducting the research. The data collected was presented in frequency distribution tables; and analyzed using percentage, mean and standard deviation. The outcome. of the research showed that there were insufficient and inadequate facilities, personnel and incentives for teaching electrical/ electronics courses in technical colleges in Enugu State. The research concluded by making useful recommendations on the way out of" the problem and suggestions for further researches in this area.|
|Description:||A PROJECT RESEARCH PRESENTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY, ABAKALIKI, IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA (PGD) IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Papers|
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