Dr. Nwankwor Paulinus Paul.

Department: Educational Foundations
Faculty: Education
Designation : Lecturer Ii
Email: paulinus.nwankwor@unn.edu
Phone: 07032614222


Publications (Articles and Journals):

JOURNAL ARTICLE PUBLISHED.

Nwankwor Paulinus P. & Okafor Paschal S.(2017): Impact of Personnel Management in Child Friendly School: Multidisciplinary of Journal of Education Research and Development (Vol. 2, No 1) p220 – 235. Federal College of Education (Technical) Umunze.

Azubuike K.A., Nwankwor P.P., Chikobi, P.C. (2010): Socio-Economic Dimensions of Gender – Bias as challenge for Entreneurship Education.  A paper presented at National Conference of Nigeria Association for Educational Administration & Planning (NAEAP) held at Women Development Centre, Awka, from 22nd to 26th Sept.

Azubuike K.A., Nwankwor P.P. (2010): Generation & Utilization of Local Income for Secondary School Management in Onitsha Educational Zone.  Journal of Educational Studies & Research.  Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe. 

Okafor P.S. & Nwankwor P.P. (2008): Strategies for Diversification of  Educational Funds in Nigerian Universities: Implication for Quality Assurance.  Nworgu B.G. (ed) Education in Formation Age: Global Challenges and Enhancement Strategies. Proceeding of First International Conference of the Faculty of Education.  University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Nwankwor P.P. (2001):   Implication of Decline Male Enrolment in Schools.  

Towards Gender Equality in Nigeria in the 21st Century.  Research & Conference Units;  Federal College of Education (Technical) Umunze.

Nwankwor P.P. (2000):   Justification for Include of Philosophy in the Vision & 

 Mission of the UBA Scheme in Nigeria.  The Nigerian Universal Basic Eucation Journal.  University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Nwankwor P.P. (1999):   Decline in the Enrolment of Nankerians into Nigerian 

 Secondary School:  Implication for Development.  Nanka Mouth Piece.  Universty of Nigeria, Nsukka.




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