THE USES OF COMMITTEES AND GROUP MEETINGS IN ENHANCING DECISION MAKING IN NIGERIA PUBLIC SERVICE

(A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY BASIC EDUCATION BOARD, AWKA, ANAMBRA STATE)

By

CHUKWUJEKWU AUGUSTINE CHIMAOBI FPO/HND/PAD/011/037

Presented To

Department of Public Administration

ABSTRACT

The major purpose of this study is to examine the uses of committees and group meetings in enhancing decision making in nigerian public organization using universal basic education board, awka anambra state as the case study in the course of findings, the researcher made use of primary and secondary data in arriving at its findings. Simple percentage was used to answer and analysed the research questions. The researcher, however  discovered that the uses of committees and groups meetings in enhancing decision making in nigeria public organization ensures (i) quick decision making in an organization (ii) allow for an adequate treatment of issues that are technical in nature (iii) gives rooms for appropriate decision to be taken on matters that affect the whole organization. (iv) gives an opportunity to involve greater number of legislators in decision making in an organization. The researcher recommends that government at various level should try as mush as possible to enhance the uses of committees and group meetings in enhancing decision making in nigeria public organization in order to ensure greater participation legislators and welfare of citizens in general.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
Title page                                 i
Approval page                             ii
Dedication                                 iii
Acknowledgement                             iv
Table of contents                             v
Abstract                                     ix

CHAPTER ONE
1.0    Introduction                             1

1.1     Background of the study                3
1.2     Statement of the problem                6
1.3      Purpose of the study                     7
1.4      Significance of the study                 8
1.5     Research question                         9
1.6      Scope of the study                         10
1.7    Limitations of the study                    11
1.7    Definitions of terms                     11

CHAPTER TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW 
                       
2.1     The concept of communities and group meetings
in general                              16
2.2     History of universal basic education board     26
2.3      Universal basic education board            33
2.4      The chairman and function                37
2.5      General overview of the laws of group meetings 39
2.6     Uses of communities and group meetings universal basic education board             47
2.7      The summary                             53
2.8    Gap in literature                         53

CHAPTER THREE
3.0    Research Design and Methodology        55

3.1      Design of the study                     55
3.2      Area of the study                         56
3.3     Population of the study                     56
3.4    Sample size and sampling technique        57
3.5     Instrument for data collection              58
3.6      Validity and reliability of the instrument    59
3.7     Distribution and retrieval of the instrument    60
3.8      Method of data collection                 61

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0     Data presentation and analysis            62
4.1     Presentation of findings                     62
4.2    Discussion/Analysis of finding            76

CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS    

5.1     Summary                                78
5.2     Conclusion                             81
5.3     Recommendation                        82
References                            85
Appendix    A                            87
Appendix    B                             88


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