NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: EDA856- Problems And Issues In Higher Education

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NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: EDA856- Problems And Issues In Higher Education

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NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: EDA856- Problems And Issues In Higher Education


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Q1 The Chief Admistration officer of the university is the ....................

The Registrar

Q2 The tenure of a university Pro-Chancellor is .................... years.

4

Q3 The tenure of a University Chancellor is ................. year.

7

Q4 All meeting of congregation held for conferring degrees and meetings of convocation in the university is usually presided over by the

chancellor

Q5 The chairman of the university council is ...............

The pro-chancellor

Q6 ........................ is vested by law with the general function directing the activities of the university

The vice chanc ellor

Q7 The pro-chancellor is the Chief Executive and Academic Head of the University.

TRUE'
FALSE '
Unsure
---None o f the above

Q8 The principal officers of the University include all EXCEPT .................

The visitor

Q9 Which commission recommended the establishment of a National Universities Commission to have control over the affairs of the universities

Ashby

Q10 The ............... commission was established to advise the Nigerian Government on Higher Education needs of the Nation for the next 2 decades

Ashby

Q11 The ............. commission was established to lool into Higher Education in Nigeria

Asqui th

Q12 The first Higher Educational Institution in Nigeria was established in the year ...............

1932

Q13 The first Higher Educational Institution established in Nigeria was ..................

Yaba Higher college

Q14 BMAS stands for ...................

Basic inimum Academic Standard

Q15 NEEDS stands for ......................

National Economic Empowerment and Development Strat egy

Q16 Higher Education in Nigeria has how many goals ..............

7

Q17 The highest decision-making body on education and related matters in Nigeria is known as

National ouncil on Education

Q18 The following are the traditional functions of Higher Education EXCEPT ...............

Learning

Q19 A community of scholars, free to purse knowledge without undue interference from anywhere re said to be engaged in ............

Higher Education

Q20 Planning for the educational system of a nation takes its root from their ...............

Educational Policy



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Q21 Quality "A"s stand for -----

Accountability, Audit and Asse ssment

Q22 The following steps would deepen quality in Nigerian higher Education operations EXCEPT----

Dispersal of funds to many outreach cent res

Q23 Abnormal features of cross-border higher Education include all EXCEPT----

Manageable population of qualified undergraduate s

Q24 One of the following is Not a problem associated with Quality Assurance in Nigerian higher Education

Ability to meet the growing demand for skilled manpower in technology and Science

Q25 Auditing in higher institutions could cover all of the following areas EXCEPT----

Provision of open reso urce management

Q26 The following are important elements of formal quality assurance procedures in higher institutions EXCEPT----

Dependen ce on external opinion

Q27 The following are the purposes of quality assurance in higher institutions in Nigeria EXCEPT-----

Sustaining students, parents and emp loyers

Q28 The duties of the quality assurance unit in a University include all EXCEPT-----

Inspection of physical facilities in the institution

Q29 The following activities must be performed by the management of higher institutions EXCEPT-----

Trivialise good communication within the inst itution and with the stakeholders outside the institution

Q30 Which quality measurement approach is most appropriate for both quality assurance and enhancement purposes

Qualitative
Quantitativ e
---All of the ab ove
None of the abov e

Q31 Which one of the following is Not among the criteria for Good Governance and Management for members of the Governing council

Membership need not have repre sentative of the community in which the institution is located

Q32 The most important resource in an academic institution is its ---

Academic staff

Q33 Which quality measurement faciltates performance comparability especially on a longitudinal basis

Quantitative Method

Q34 Which of the Following is not an element for assessing Quality Assurance in higher Education in Nigeria

Graduands

Q35 The following approaches were adopted to establish high standards and quality in higher Education in Nigeria EXCEPT-------

Admission Assurance

Q36 Which quality measurement fails to meet up with the benchmark for performance

Qualitative

Q37 The two widely used systems of Quality Assurance in higher Education are --- and ---

Decertification and Accreditatio n

Q38 Which method of measurement of Quality provides richer data which can inform decision-making for quality enhancement purposes

Qualitative Method

Q39 Quality assurance in Education has become an all- embracing concept that includes all policies, processes and actions through the quality of Education provided is developed and maintained. This definition was provided by---

Whitely

Q40 When work gets done or things get fixed in the short term in order to meet assessment targets, it is referred to as---

Gaming the system



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Q41 Meeting goals, feeling a sense of accomplishment, and receiving recognition and other rewards all serve to enhance ---- in an organization

Motivation

Q42 The change directed at people's attitudes towards and view of the organization's vision, mission, culture and habits is referred to as ---- change

Transforma tional

Q43 The means devised by an organization to attempt to reach a goal is referred to as the organization's --

Plan

Q44 The management approach that sees individuals as an indispensable component in the organization is known as the ---- approach

Humanistic

Q45 The change directed at the optimization of systems, procedures and applications in an organization is known as ---- change

Developmental

Q46 Theory X as propounded by McGregor is made up of the following assumptions EXCEPT ----

Under proper conditions, man learns to accept responsibility

Q47 The need for love, affection and belongingness belong to Maslow's ----needs

Social

Q48 The following are ways of fostering commitment to important organizational goals EXCEPT ----

Authoritative supervision

Q49 Organizational behaviour as opined by ---- involves the understanding, prediction and control of human behaviour and the factors which interfere with the performance of people as members of an organization

Luthans


Q50 In an organization, terms like challenging, attainable, relevant, time limited and specific and measurable are aspects of goal-----

Content

Q51 The following are benefits of goal setting EXCEPT---

Defines nature of organizational loyalty

Q52 The factors that influence individual's actual work behaviour include all EXCEPT----

Understandin g

Q53 Having individuals participate in the goal setting process can be an effective means of fostering cmmitment in an organization

TRUE'

Q54 A broad declaration of the basic, unique purpose and scope of operations that distinguishes the organization from others of its type is referred to as its ----

Mission

Q55 A future target or end result that an organization wishes to achieve is known as its ---

Goals

Q56 The force that energizes behaviour, gives direction to behaviour and underlies the tendency to persist in an organization is known as ------------------

Motivation

Q57 The reaction of the staff to the culture of an organization is known as organizationl ------------------

climate

Q58 The leadership effffectiveness can be measured against the ability of leaders to impart an inspiring vision into a reality is the assumption of ----------------

charlton

Q59 A set of imprtant assumptions which members of a community have in common is known as its -------

culture

Q60 Humans are the only beings who can create culture. This is the assumption of ----------------

Cretzee et al





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Q61 Many curricular adjustments and innovations in Nigeria were ink and paper mastpieces but mere "shadow" and ghosts in execution

"TRUE"

Q62 Most curricular contents and delivery in Nigeria since the colonial period are deeply seated in Nigerian and African traditional culture

"FALSE"

Q63 The following were some of the limitation during the colonial period of educational development in Nigeria EXCEPT

Functional Education

Q64 Which period of educational in Nigeri is regarded as the "mason" that laid the very bad foundations precedents in the education practices that would retard genuine efforts at national development through formal education

Colonial

Q65 which period is regarded as the beginnig of formal education in Nigeria

Colonial

Q66 ____ was a major limitation in the pre- colonial educational system

Lack of documatation

Q67 The purpose of education during the colonial was

Functionali sm

Q68 A measure of the relationship between the curriculum content and the needs of the individuals, the society and the nature of the discipline is refered to as curriculum

Relevan ce

Q69 Education during the colonial period comprised of all EXCEPT

English Language

Q70 Which period of education development is reffered to as the period of "learning on the job"

Per- Colonial

Q71 ..................... defined curriculu as planned actions for instruction.

Oyeka

Q72 Which period of education is described as the most succesful system in the Nigeria and among African societies

Precolonial pe riod

Q73 The broad programme of activities designed by the government or university in order to help achieve the general goals or objectives of education is reffered to as ................

curriculum

Q74 All defined and prescribed courses of study referred to as its ..........................

Curriculum

Q75 Some of these bodies have violated the individual autonomy of Nigerian University EXCEPT

University Senate

Q76 The power of the university to determine the means by which its goals and programmes will be pursued is known as ................... Autonomy.

Procedural

Q77 The university enjoys all these autonomies EXCEPT

internal

Q78 The general assembly of all graduate members of the university staff, both acdemic and nonacademic is known as ...........

Congre gation

Q79 The ............... has the paramount responsobility of organising and controlling teaching, the admission of student and discipline of students in the university

Senate

Q80 The formulation of academic polices, organization and control of all academic activities of the university is the responsibility of the .....................

Senate



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