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PROJECT TOPIC ON EVALUATION OF OFFICE TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND ITS SUBSEQUENT INFLUX IN BANKING INDUSTRY, MANUFACTURING COMPANIES

PROJECT TOPIC ON EVALUATION OF OFFICE TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND ITS SUBSEQUENT INFLUX IN BANKING INDUSTRY, MANUFACTURING COMPANIES

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

 

 BACK GROUND OF THE

The government’s decree No. 47 of 8th Oct; 1971 as amended in 1990, highlighted the capacity building of human resources in industry, commerce and government through training and retraining of workers in order to effectively provide the much needed high quality goods and services in a dynamic economy as ours (Jemerigb, 2003). This decree brought about the establishment of Industrial Training Fund (ITF) in 1973/1974 and this had subsequently led to the formation of Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) to bridge the gap between classroom and work environment.

Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) is a programme that is managed by the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) and according to Chukwurah (2007), it is charged with the responsibility to provide students in the tertiary institutions with an opportunity to gain practical skills, knowledge and competence in addition to what they have learnt in the class-room during their academic pursuit at their undergraduates days.

It is also designed to prepare students for the industrial working situation they may likely find themselves after graduation.  SIWES is a skill training programme designed to expose and prepare students of Agriculture, Engineering, Technology, Environmental, Science, Medical Sciences, pure and applied science and vocational education for the Industrial work situation which they are likely to meet after graduation.

The Duration of SIWES is four months in Polytechnics at the end of NDI, four months in College of Education at the end of NCE II and six months in the Universities at the end of 300 or 400 or 500 levels depending on the discipline (Wodi and Dokubo, 2009)

The objectives of SIWES are to enhance the industrial skill acquisition and work experience of students, augment their theoretical knowledge to make them efficient at solving practical problems of the work environment.  It also include the preparation of students for the industrial works situation which they are likely to meet after graduation  and expose students to work methods and techniques in handling  equipment and machinery not available in their institutions,(Asikadi, 2003)  However, interactions with the university’s secretarial students on SIWES in some selected Nigerian universities reveal that the objectives of enhancing the industrial skills acquisition and work experience of secretarial students especially in the area of exposing them to modern office technology and information systems has not been achieved.

Statement of the problem

The advanced office technology and information systems and its subsequent influx in banking industry, manufacturing companies, educational and research institutions, according to Amoor (2008) has as a matter of fact, place a high demand on Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) to adequately expose secretarial students to the practical computer application packages and other office related equipment such as digital fax machine, scanner, mobile note-taker, and the internet. Unfortunately, this demand is not met because according to Ezechukwu (2006), many students do not secure placement in organizations where they would be exposed to the practical application of modern office technology and information systems.

She stressed further that many students resorted to doing their SIWES in their parents’ houses.  In addition, Igbinoba (2002) said that SIWES has not delivered the desired results since many students on this scheme do not acquire the expected practical skills and competence.

Interactions with the students on SIWES revealed that most of the time secretarial students were not properly placed in offices where they would acquire the practical skills and competence in modern office technology and information systems.  Some of them, who were assumed properly placed, were not strictly supervised by the institutions’ supervisors and this reduced students’ commitment, and therefore, thwarted the effort of this scheme.

PROJECT TOPIC ON EVALUATION OF OFFICE TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND ITS SUBSEQUENT INFLUX IN BANKING INDUSTRY, MANUFACTURING COMPANIES

In view of the opinions of the scholars and the interactions with the secretarial students on SIWES, the researcher had an irresistible urge to evaluate the performance of university secretarial students in connection with the acquisition of practical skills and competence in modern office technology and information systems before and after SIWES.

Research Question

How successful is the Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) in the provision of the practical skills and competence to secretarial students in modern office technology and information systems?

Null Hypothesis

There is no significant difference between the mean score of secretarial students before and after the practical skills acquired in modern office technology and information systems   during SIWES

PROJECT TOPIC ON EVALUATION OF OFFICE TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND ITS SUBSEQUENT INFLUX IN BANKING INDUSTRY, MANUFACTURING COMPANIES

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