3 edition of Eastern Nigeria development plan, 1962-68 found in the catalog.
Eastern Nigeria development plan, 1962-68
Eastern Region (Nigeria)
Microfiche. Zug, Switzerland : Inter Documentation Co., 1969? 2 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Series||Official document / Eastern Region ;, 1962, no. 8, Official document (Eastern Region, Nigeria) ;, 1962, no. 8.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 5182, D-375 (J)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||89893793|
The first National Development Plan ( aimed at reducing the extension staff-farmer ratio from to l: , but at the end of the plan this was far from being achieved. Agricultural Extension and Information lfith regard to information activities, two distinct categories of extension agents have been identified. Professional town planners who visited Eastern Nigeria after the Second World War saw no sense whatever except day- to-day piecemeal planning. They observed that the situation in Calabar and in a few other towns in Nigeria "practically amounted to starting from scratch" as all too often development just 'happens'" (Fry, ).
Part of the Die Industrielle Entwicklung book series (DIE, volume 2) Eastern Nigeria Development Plan – Enugu S. Google Scholar. Agricultural Education. Investment in Education. The Report of the Commission on Post-School Certificate and Higher Education in Nigeria. Eastern Nigerian Development Plan – Key words: National development, development, Nigeria, developing society, governance, development plan. INTRODUCTION The pride of any government is the attainment of higher value level of development in such a way that its citizens would derive natural attachment to governance.
Right after Nigeria attained independence, the First National Development Plan () was introduced to guide at agricultural, industrial, transport, and manpower development. The Plan also. Before the colonial government undertook no serious comprehensive planning. Nigeria's earliest national plans, the Ten-Year Plan of Development and Welfare (with plan revisions, ) and the plan (later extended to ), were framed by colonial administrators.
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Get this from a library. Eastern Nigeria development plan, [Eastern Nigeria (Nigeria). Ministry of Economic Planning.]. Eastern Nigeria development plan By Enugu (Nigeria) Ministry of Economic Planning.
Topics: NATIONAL PLANNING, PLANIFICATION NATIONALE, PLANIFICACION NACIONAL. Publisher: Enugu (Nigeria) Year: OAI identifier: oai: Author: Enugu (Nigeria) Ministry of Economic Planning. Nigeria, Federal Ministry of Economic Development, National Development Plan –68 (Lagos, ), chapter 8, Eastern Nigeria Development Programme, pp.
–Author: Barry Floyd. the first national development plan () The first National development plan was an infant child of Nigeria's post-independence development strategies. The development plan was nothing but a false one aimed at proliferation of the National for the benefit of the colonial masters.
East-Central State Ministry of Economic Development and Reconstruction First development plan Enugu, ; 1 microfiche Nigeria, Eastern Eastern 1962-68 book development plan Enugu, ; 2 microfiches Nigeria, Eastern Eastern region development plan Enugu, ; 1 microfiche Nigeria, Eastern Outline.
The first plan covered the period and provided for capital expenditure of billion Naira. The implementation of the plan was extended to due to the Nigerian civil war. One major employment promotion scheme in the First National Development Plan was the establishment of the National Manpower Board (NMB) in The Second National Development Plan.
development plans in Nigeria. First National Development Plan ): Immediately after attainment of independence inthe first National Development Plan () was launched.
The objectives of the plan were: to bring about equal distributions of national income; to. Development planning in Nigeria has suffered from lack of coordination and harmonization of programmes/policies both within the tenure of an administration and those succeeding it.
In addition, experience show that this critical task which ought to draw input from critical sectors and be a bottom-top process operates in the reverse. The First National Development Plan ( – ) which provided for capital expenditure reaching billion Naira. Owing to the Nigerian civil war which began during this time, this plan was further implemented from through to The truly Nigeria’s First Development Plan from made greater financial allocations with the objective of enhancing the standard of living although there has been so far no coherent policy for rural development.
Development Plan (), the Third National Nigeria. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Ltd. to Nigeria by IMF and WB in the past 25 years with more expected under the present Buhari regime. provide a thorough account of the preparation of the National Develop- ment Plan, from the viewpoint of an exercise in organization, decision-making, and administrative procedures.' Thus the primary focus of this study is on the implementation of the educational programmes of the first National Development Plan, up to and including Eastern Nigeria also received a 5-year plan of the development of regional libraries and mobile ones with about 1, of books.
It will not be wrong to say that the West was the heart of the library development in Nigeria before independence because they had the. Recent educational planning in Nigeria has taken place within the framework of the federal and regional components of the National Development Planand directives for planning derived from several sources of power and opinion, in particular regional ministries and boards of education and various independent commissions appointed to.
Government of Nigeria Western Nigeria development plan First Edition Paperback Ibadan: Government of Nigeria, Very Good Book Publishing Details Author: Government of Nigeria. While Nigeria has made some progress in socio-economic terms in recent years, its human capital development remains weak due to under-investment and the country ranked of countries in the World Bank’s Human Capital Index.
Furthermore, the country continues to face massive developmental challenges, which include the need to reduce. National Development Plan of Nigeria. Nigeria has had a relatively long experience in development planning beginning with the Colonial Development Plan ().
Medium-term development plans and national rolling plans were also developed and implemented with mixed results. History, Society and Gender in Colonial Eastern Nigeria Chima J.
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Please support this open access publication by requesting that your. Put differently, the series of development plans after political independence, namely the National Development Plan, Second National Development Plan, and the Third National Development Plan, merely translated to further underdevelopment, unemployment, and waste, primitive accumulation of public wealth due to lack of commitment, lethargic and lackluster approach to developmental.
The Eastern Region was an administrative region in Nigeria, dating back originally from the division of the colony Southern Nigeria in Its first capital was capital was later moved to Enugu and the second capital was region was officially divided in into three new states, the East-Central State, Rivers State and South-Eastern State.
Nigeria has had many plans and budgets since independence in Nigeria had four National Development Plans in the period, and Western Nigeria development plan, [Western Nigeria (Nigeria)] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
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.Nigeria has had quite a number of them actually – the Colonial Development Plan ofStructural Adjustment Programme, the National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy, the Strategy for Attaining the Millennium Development Goals and the 7-Point Agenda to mention a few.