High-Level manpower Development: An Assessment of the Growth and Academic performance of Nigerian Universities
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Ojo, E. Folayan
University of Lagos
In an ardent attempt to put their natural resources into better use, develop and developing countries have given a very high priority to the planning and development of high-level manpower since the end of World War II. The university, being the capstone of any country's educational system and the main supplier of graduates and allied high-level manpower, undoubtedly assumes a strategic position in any serious endeavour to development highly skilled personnel.
University Education , Skilled Personnel , Academic Performance , Manpower Development
Ojo, E. F. (1977). High-Level manpower Development: An Assessment of the Growth and Academic performance of Nigerian Universities. A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of Economics of the University of Lagos.