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The role of national universities commissions in university administration: a critique.

Anumnu, Stella I.

Abstract:
The National Universities Commission (NUC) was established in 1962 in Nigeria with a responsibility to harmonize culture, academic goals, and national objectives. The Commission also has a duty to  coordinate and provide guidance on academic and physical development. This chapter critically analyses the role of the NUC in key areas such as quality assurance and accreditation among others. The problems under which the NUC executes its roles are highlighted and a number of recommendations are given.

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Chapter Title: The role of national universities commissions in university administration: a critique.
Book Title: Emergent issues in Nigerian education
Edited by: Aloy Ejiogu and R.A. Alani
City: Lagos, Nigeria
Publisher: Mukugamu Publishers
No. of Pages: 177 - 191


Date:2000
Document Type:Chapter in Book (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Institutional Management
Country:Nigeria
Keywords:Regulation of Higher Education, Nigeria, Universities, National Standards, Higher Education Quality Committee HEQC, Higher Education Systems, Accreditation, Administration, Financing of Higher Education


File Size:103 KB
Rights:Permission granted by editors
Date Added:03 September 2008


Anumnu, Stella I. (2000). The role of national universities commissions in university administration: a critique.In Aloy Ejiogu and R.A. Alani (eds) Emergent issues in Nigerian education vol.3. Lagos, Nigeria: Mukugamu Publishers. pp.177-191.