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NECO Civic Education 2020 Objective and Theory Updates

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NECO Civic Education 2020 Objective and Theory Updates.

Civic Education NECO Questions 2020: Civic Education NECO Expo Questions is out now on our website. In this article, I will be showing you past NECO Civic Education random repeated questions for free. You will also understand how NECO Civic Education are set and many more examination details. All you need to do is to stay focus and follow this guide.

Civic Education NECO Questions 2020

Civic Education in a democracy is education in self government. Democratic self government means that citizens are actively involved in their own governance; they do not just passively accept the dictums of others or acquiesce to the demands of others.

The National Examination Council (NECO) SSCE for Civic Education paper will hold on Wednesday, 6th June, 2018. The NECO maths exam begins from 02.30pm to 05.30pm for objectives and theory session.

In this post, we will be posting out the NECO civi education questions 2018 for candidates that will participate in the examination. Note that below is the questions from NECO civic education past questions and answers that we feel are likely questions for SSCE preparation.

Civic Education OBJ and Theory Questions.

(OBJECTIVES)
1. Which of the following is an
acceptable societal value?
A. Honesty B. Merriment
C. Praise singing
D. Family planning
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2. Which of the following is an effective way of resolving inter-communal conflict?
A. Meditation
B. Dialogue
C. Litigation
D. Avoidance
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3. When there is a dispute in a community, members should
A. be indifferent to the issue.
B. cooperate with others.
C. leave the community entirely.
D. be resolute to their cause.
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4.Community development projects
can best be achieved if the people are
A. cooperative.
B. religious.
C. optimistic.
D. knowledgeable
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5.Which of the following is a major
problem of the Nigerian Civil Service?
A. Neutrality
B. Red tapism
C. Impartiality
D. Anonymity
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6. The civic obligation of a citizen
includes
A. political socialization.
B. political participation.
C. engaging in family planning.
D. engaging in business ventures.
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7. The following are goals of
citizenship education except
A. preparing learners for leadership.
B. developing appropriate attitude
in the learners.
C. creating job opportunities.
D. providing social amenities.
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8. HIV/AIDS is spread mainly through
A. indiscriminate sexual intercourse.
B. kissing and hugging.
C. sharing toiletries with victims.
D. handshake with victims.
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9. People living with HIV/AIDS could
be assisted by
A. isolating them.
B. showing them love.
C. blaming them.
D. avoiding them.
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10. Which of the following does not
promote national consciousness?
A. Respect for the symbols and identities of the country
B. Promotion of people’s culture
and tradition
C. Appropriate use of the
mass media
D. Inappropriate use of state
property
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11. Modern countries adopt the rule of
law in order to make
A. lawyers independent.
B. the law supreme.
C. the judiciary part of the legislature.
D. laws in parliament.
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12. The habit of obeying traffic
regulations helps the individual to
A. report late at work.
B. avoid the unnecessary accident.
C. be lazy at work.
D. use unauthorized route.
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13. Which of the following roles
should a responsible parent perform?
A. Sending the children to hawk on
the street
B. Instilling in children appropriate
values and attitude
C. Encouraging early marriage
D. Showing favour to a particular child
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14. A challenge facing the protection
of human rights in Nigeria is
A. absence of public complaints
commission.
B. failure of leaders to promote the rule
of law.
C. independence of the judiciary.
D. press freedom
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15. Election is a key pillar of democracy because it helps to
A. determine the legitimacy of government.
B. unite the country against external
aggression
C. create goodwill and unity among
political parties.
D. identify the richest political
party in Nigeria.
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(ESSAY)
1. (a) What is citizenship education?
(b) Identify four roles of citizenship education.
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2. (a) What is inter-communal conflict?
(b) Highlight four ways of resolving inter-communal conflicts in Nigeria.
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3. In what five ways can the legislature contribute to the development of democracy in
Nigeria?
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4. (a) Define democracy.
(b) State four ways of promoting democracy in Nigeria.
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5. (a) Explain the term Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).
(b) State four reasons for the introduction of the Universal Declaration of Human
Rights (UDHR).
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DISCLAIMER! These are not real NECO Civic Education questions but likely repeated questions over the years to help candidate understand the nature of their examinations. Ensure to take note of every questions provided on this page.

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