STUDENTSHIP IN THE TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS

Abstract

Education can be seen as the process of enabling one to develop his potentials and modify behaviors in order to live and contribute effectively to the society. It was observed that education opens one’s eyes to the path of knowledge, equip as individual with the capacity to acquire necessary skills and attitude. For the developing country like Nigeria, the purpose of higher education is to produce middle and high level manpower for national development. This is in addition to providing intellectual training. However every institution of learning has clear stated objectives, and it takes on the obligation to keep investigating how well it is achieving such purpose, otherwise it cannot improved on its objectives. The paper discusses students’ needs to be ready to acquire knowledge to enable him develop himself and so that he or she can be relevant in the society, and again to be ready to obey the rules and regulations of the authority of the institution, so that the management of the institution can achieve the aims and objectives of establishing the institution

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SULAIMAN OLAYIWOLA RABI’U

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SULAIMAN OLAYIWOLA RABI’U (2017). STUDENTSHIP IN THE TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS. International Journal of Political Science, Law and International Relations (IJPSLIR), 7(1), 27-32. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-222193