3 edition of Development plan, 1970-74 found in the catalog.
Development plan, 1970-74
by Ministry of Economic Development and Reconstruction in Benin City
Written in English
Microfiche. Zug Switzerland : Inter Documentation Co., 1979. 2 microfiches.
|Statement||Mid-western State of Nigeria.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 5182, D-2116 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 107 p.|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||84166350|
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In its Four-Year Development Plan, , the Lagos State which has had the benefit of the UNESCO School Library Project, proposed to establish another school library in Lagos designed to contain "almost 30 volumes ofbooks at a cost of 7 "2 Further Federal Government's interest in school libraries, perhaps a happy but fortuitous Cited by: 4. The Mozambican War of Independence was an armed conflict between the guerrilla forces of the Mozambique Liberation Front or FRELIMO (Frente de Libertação de Moçambique), and war officially started on Septem , and ended with a ceasefire on September 8, , resulting in a negotiated independence in Portugal's wars against independence guerrilla fighters in its Location: Mozambique.
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Mid-western State (Nigeria). Ministry of Economic Development and Reconstruction. Development plan, Benin City  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mid-western State (Nigeria).
Ministry of Economic Development and Reconstruction. Get this from a library. Western State development plan, [Western State (Nigeria). Ministry of Economic Planning and Reconstruction.]. Get print book. No eBook available. Go to 1970-74 book Play Now» Second National Development Plan, Programme of Post-war Reconstruction and Development.
Nigeria. Federal Ministry of Information. Federal Ministry Development plan Information, Print. Division., - Nigeria - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. Between andNigeria experienced four national development plans: First National Development Plan (), the Second National Development Plan (), Third National Development Plan Author: Rapheal.
The first national development plan was forthe second was There was a two-year break due to the civil war. The third NDP was and the fourth was the Nigerian dream as expressed in the Second National Development Plan, Professor Olorunsola's book attempts to assess the extent to which General Gowon's regime fulfilled these promises in terms both of objective performance and the perceptions of various interest groups that form part of Nigeria's articulate society.
Nigeria has had altogether four national plans since independence, the other three being: the Second National Development Plan ; the Third National Development Plan ; and the. –74 Development Plan Administrative Ahmadu Bello University allocated American Library Association Approx areas assistance Benue-Plateau bibliographical Book Issues books and periodicals branch libraries Central Centre co-operation collection cost current library Development Proposals Divisional Libraries East-Central State Library.
Sadly, the civil war between and abruptly ended the implementation of this Plan. The Second National Development Plan () was developed to restart the economy from the devastating.
Author of Third national development plan,Guidelines for the third national development plan,GUIDELINES FOR THE THIRD NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN - NIGERIA, THIRD NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN - NIGERIA, SECOND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN PROGRAMME OF POST-WAR RECONSTRUCTION AND.
puted from Second National Development Plan, (Lagos, ), p. 2 Second National Development Plan,p. 3 In a cross-section study of the G.D.P. of 41 countries, presented at the International Symposium on Industrial Development held in. Particularly, the plan for the industrial sector witnessed the setting up of ventures like the Peugeot Motor Car Assembly Plant in Kaduna and the Volkswagen Plant in.
National Development Plan (), wh ich sought to make Nigeria a great and dynamiic economy. His reasons for extending the transition to civil rule programme from 6 months to 6.
Isioto Nte Nathaniel et al.: Factors Affecting Technological Growth in Nigeria and the W ay Forward summed up as indigenous technology in Nigeria. Te chnological advancemen t entails a process of. reduced form at the back ofthe book. Photographs included in the original manuscript have been reproduced During the second National development Plan (percentages).•.•.
70 Rural -Urban Distribution of Social Services During the third National Development Plan (percentages) 71 Summary of Federal, State and.
Put differently, the series of development plans after political independence, namely the - 68 National Development plan, - 74 Second National Development plan, and the - Third. This would improve the services and the library clerks or assistants would be introduced to some formal training in librarianship.
t Kwara State of Nigeria Four-year Development Plan, 2 South Eastern State Development Plan, S. KUN One of the greatest problems facing school libraries in this country is lack of Cited by: 3.
Author of Constitution (), The Nigeria handbook, A ten-year plan of development and welfare for Nigeria,The economic programme of the Government of the Federation of Nigeria,The Laws of the Federation of Nigeria and Lagos, in force on the 1st day of June,Second national development plan,Nigerian Enterprises.
Author(s): Okediji,F O Title(s): Socio-economic and demographic aspects of Nigeria's Second National Development Plan / F.O. Okediji. Federal Republic of Nigeria, Second National Development Plan –74 (Lagos: Federal Ministry of Information, Printing Division). Google Scholar Federal Republic of Nigeria, Third National Development Plan –80 (Lagos: Federal Ministry of Information and the First and Second Progress Reports).Cited by: 2.
Total sector performance measured by the degree of resistance to plan distortions was lower for the communication sector relative to aggregate performance through the period beginning inexcept during the 2nd development plan period between Author: John Osakue.Abstract.
With political independence won and developmental aspirations heightened in West African countries in the early s, each of the newly formed ‘indigenous’ governments became strongly committed to evolving a political system and developing an economy to cater for the needs of the by: 1.Since the discovery of oil inoil has come to dominate the whole economy and trade of Nigeria.
In the Second Development Planthe role of the government was reviewed and stated explicitly. The rationale for the government role in the economy was stated as follows.