ANALYSIS OF JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR NATIONAL DIPLOMA HOLDERS IN SECRETARIAL STUDIES

ABSTRACT

This study focuses on the social and moral implications of examination malpractice in tertiary institution. Data were collected through questionnaires, frequency of Yes or No answers given to each questionnaire item by the respondent were computed in percentage and multiplied by hundred(100). The major findings is that everybody has a great role to play in controlling examination malpractice in our society. Examination malpractice has been one of those things our society does not know how to avoid the finding have also proved that lectures who sell their question paper show that they cannot be trusted to look after valued and confidential matters in the society. our female students are advised to read their books and study very well in order not to sell their bodies again so that the society will be an example society. Therefore the finding have proved that students do not read their books instead they hoped on how to cheat and copy materials which they will take into the examination hall. From the analysis of data collected, the researcher come out with the following major recommendation;1) there should be proper supervision and invigilation in examination hall by lecturers. 2)the school should have adequate examination hall and other basic teaching materials.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title

Approval

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Table of content

CHAPTER ONE

1.1 Background to the study

1.2 Statement of problem

1.3 Purpose of the study

1.4 Significance of the study

1.5 Research question

1.6 Limitation of the study

1.7 Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO

2.1 Review of related literature

2.2 Causes of examination malpractice

2.3 Adverse effect of examination malpractice

2.4 Effects of examination on the society

2.5 Summary of literature review

CHAPTER THREE

3.0 Research methodology

3.1 Design of the study

3.2 Area of study

3.3 population of study

3.4 sample of the study

3.5 Method of data collection

3.6 instrument for data collection

3.7 Validation and Reliability of instrument

3.8 Distribution and Retrieval of instrument

3.9 Method of data analysis

CHAPTER 4

4.O Data presentation and analysis

4.1 Data Presentation and analysis based on research question

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0 Summary of findings

5.1 Conclusion and Recommendations

5.2 Area for further study

References

Appendix A

questionnaire`

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