Adequacy of Electronics Curriculum in Technical Colleges in North Central Nigeria for Equipping Students with Entrepreneurial Skills

Theresa Chinyere. Ogbuanya, Nuhu Iliya Nungse


Equipping students with entrepreneurial skills depends largely on the adequacy of Electronics curriculum in the technical colleges. This study was therefore carried out to determine the adequacy of the content of Electronics curriculum in equipping the students with entrepreneurial skills for meaningful employment. There was no sample as the entire population of the 85 teachers was studied. The design was used to collect data from teachers in electronic department in 21 Technical colleges within the 6 states in north central of Nigeria. The instrument used for data collection was a structural questionnaire. From the analysis of the data, the result indicated that Electronics curriculum in technical colleges in north central of Nigeria were grossly inadequate for the development of entrepreneurial skills for marketing, resource management and time management skills. Based on the findings, it was recommended among others that the Electronics curriculum should be revised. Also, the curriculum planers and government agencies responsible for the management of electronics curriculum in technical colleges should prepare modules, guidelines and learning materials in entrepreneurial skills that will support the teaching and learning of entrepreneurial skills in electronics in technical colleges in north central of Nigeria.

Keywords: Electronics, Curriculum, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial skills

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