Human Resource Development and Utilization in Nigeria Universities : Current School News

Human Resource Development and Utilization in Nigeria Universities

ADS! Download JAMB CBT Software Now for FREE!

Human Resource Development and Utilization in Nigeria Universities.

Abstract

This study was  focused on Human resource development  and  utilization in Nigeria Universities,  a study of the staff of the University of Nigeria Nsukka (2008 – 2015).

Cross-sectional survey design, as well as the proportionate simple random sampling technique, was used  and  both primary and secondary sources of data collection were employed.

The instruments for data collection were validated by experts in the field and its reliability guaranteed by the test re-test technique before the actual administration.

The study was anchored on system theory which emphasized the interdependency of component units that make up the  whole.  Chi-square  was used in testing the hypotheses.

Findings from the study showed that there is problem of staff development and utilization in the University of Nigeria Nsukka, especially among the non- teaching staff.

The study thus recommended among other things, that the University management has to embark on in-service-training programmes for  the  staff,

Especially the  non-teaching ones to enable them acquire and develop more skills to meet the demand of their jobs and also at intervals organize orientation, conferences, workshops, seminars and lectures for their staff.

Introduction

1.1 Background of Study

In Nigeria, the society depends solely on the educational Institution for the production of individuals who would be competent enough to contribute meaningfully to  the development  of  the society.

Universities, as the highest educational institutions, are statutorily charged with the responsibility of producing high level manpower. In addition, according to National policy on education, the institutions are to:

  • Develop and inculcate proper values for the survival of the individual and
  • Develop the intellectuals capacity of individual to understand and appreciate their  local and external environments and
  • Promote national and international understanding and interaction. (Federal Republic of Nigeria, 2004:36).

In pursuit of these goals, Universities are established. The  Universities  in  Nigeria  are owned by Federal Government, State  government,  Private organizations  or private individuals.

In these institutions, there are many resources viz: human, material and financial resources.

That the universities are doing well in academics and rendering of services is highly dependent on the availability of competent lecturers and trained non-teaching staff.

References

Abegaz, B. (1994). Manpower development planning: Theory and an African study. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Company.

Akpan, N.U (1982). Public administration in Nigeria. Lagos: Longman.

Armstrong, M (1991). A Handbook of personnel management practice (4th Ed.). London: Kogan Page Ltd.

Armstrong, M (2004). A Handbook of human resources management practice (9th Ed.). London: Kogan Page Ltd.

Asika, N. (2009). Research methodology in the behavioural science. Lagos: Longman  Nigerian Plc.

Beach, S. D (1998). Personnel: The Management of Nigerian economy. London: Macmillan Publishers Ltd.

Enter your email address:

Delivered by TMLT NIGERIA

Join Over 5 Million Subscribers Today!


=> FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM | FACEBOOK & TWITTER FOR LATEST UPDATES

ADS: KNOCK-OFF DIABETES IN JUST 60 DAYS! - ORDER YOURS HERE

COPYRIGHT WARNING! Contents on this website may not be republished, reproduced, redistributed either in whole or in part without due permission or acknowledgement. All contents are protected by DMCA.
The content on this site is posted with good intentions. If you own this content & believe your copyright was violated or infringed, make sure you contact us at [[email protected]] to file a complaint and actions will be taken immediately.

Tags: , , , , , , ,

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: