IMPORTANCE OF CO-COOPERATIVE STUDY TO OUR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

(A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE)

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Department of Cooperative Economic And Management

ABSTRACT

In co-operative Economic and Management, I.M.T. like in other departments in the institution, there are many course or subjects students are required to cover at various levels of their study in qualifying them for the award of O.N.D or H.N.D in C.E.M. Among the courses subject leveled or studied for the award of O.N.D award in C.E.M is snubbed at by student. This is the basis for chosen the research topic “The Importance of studying principles and practice of co-operative as a qualifying subject for the award of O.N.D. in Business studies (C.E.M)”. The study is inhibited by some farblem in section 1.2 of this work. Among these problem are depth of qualified and adequate teachers and counselors, incessancy in our educational policies and poor remuneration of teachers which always followed by intermittent strike action among others. In section 1.3 the objective purpose of the study was listed, some of which are to highlight the importance of (which are) studying co-operative pruciph practice as a qualifying subject for the award of O.N.D. in C.E.M, to expose some of the problems inhabiting the study of co-operative societies / organization, etc. as its singfiance, the research contains the following among others on section 1.4: To take an in-depth analyses of the contribution of co-operative practice (organization) to enlighten secondary school leavers on the need for culling C.E.M. and the importance of studying co-operative practice / organization and the cover / employment prospects for schoders of C.E.M.
The work made also the following research questions what and what are involved in the study of co-operative practice / organization / practice and so on , on section 1.5. in section 1.7 scope and limitation of the study were highlighted. The student covers the definition/meaning of management, economics and  co-operative, co-operative management societies in Nigeria, co-operative concepts and conventions and types and classification of co-operative. These among others were levered in the review of related iterative in chapter two of the work.  
Research design and methodology, south of data; primary sources, Interview with some past and present ND students and academic staff in C.E.M. in I.M.T. and secondary source of data: Published and unpublished works, projects and lecture notes; sampling size and sampling techniques, a sample size of fifty people, sampling randomly in three groups or strata, C.E.M. academic Interview and questionnaire method were employed. In data analysis tabulation and percentage methods were used. All these among other were discussed in chapter 3.1 – 35 of this work.
The data collected were analyses and interpreted in chapter you’re of the study. Some findings, conclusion and recommendation were made in chapter five as follows: Summary of findings are: political factors include inconsistency in our educational policies and teachers from CEM debasing theisms before their counterparts from other departments. In section 5.2, it includes in its finds, the understanding of co-operative principles, practice, career / employment opportunity for C.E.M No graduates e.t.c 

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page: ii
Approval page: iii
Dedication: iv
Acknowledgement: v
Abstract: vi
Table of contents: vii

CHAPTER ONE
1.0 Introduction
1.1 statement of problem
1.2 Objective / purpose of the study
1.3 Significance of the study
1.4 Research questions
1.5 The scope and limitation of the study
1.6 Definition of terms
Reference
 
CHAPTER TWO
Review of related literature
2.0 Literature review
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Overview of co-operative economic and management 
2.3 Nigeria co-operative movement in retrospect 
2.4 Co-operative concepts and convention and types
2.5 The importance of studying subject 
for the award of o.n.d in c.e.m.
2.6 Co-operation organisation as instrument
 for socio – economic development

CHAPTER THREE
3.0 Research design and methodology
3.1 Sources of data
3.2 Sampling size and samling technique
3.3 Method of data collection
3.4 Description of instruments used
3.5 Method of analysis

CHAPTER FOUR
Data presentation and analysis
4.0 Analysis and interpretation of data
4.1 percentage analysis

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0 Finding, conclusion and recommendation
5.1 summary of findings
5.2 Conclusion 
5.3 Recommendation
Appendixes
Bibliography

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