The Education System Of Nigeria

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1.0 Introduction Education is said to be act or procedure of bestowing or securing general learning, building up the forces of thinking and judgment, and by and large of setting oneself up or others mentally for experienced life. The Ministry of Education is responsible for education in Nigeria. The education framework in Nigeria is separated into Kindergarten, primary education, secondary education and tertiary education. 2.1 Foundation Problem The present example of Nigeria Education system, especially the Tertiary Institutions has been an issue of sensitivity to the general public, government organizations, companies, educationists, investors (home and abroad), graduates and diverse establishments. This paper took a gander at the present state of education as far as the admission process, educational modules, academic staff, students, funding, facilities, industrial collaborations, roles of government agencies and how it has affected the quality of graduates produced that has ultimately led to an increased level of unemployed graduates from Nigeria Tertiary Institution. 2.2 Overview of Nigeria Economy Nigeria is as often as possible implied as the "Giant of Africa", inferable from its inconceivable people and economy. With around 184 million occupants, Nigeria is the most jammed country in Africa and the seventh most swarmed country on the planet. Nigeria has one of the greatest masses of youth on the planet. Starting 2015, Nigeria was named the world 's
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