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Effects of examination malpractice and its implication to educational development in Niger state college of education, Minna

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The study titled"Effect of examination malpractices its implication to educational development in Niger State Colleges of Education Minna". The study was undertaken to find out the Forms, Causes, Effects, Challenges and the Management of Examination Malpractices in Colleges of Education order to raise the status and integrity of the institutions and the certificates issued. The various forms of examination malpractice strategies were captured in order to evolve a new strategy possible for the total eradication of the problem. A total of 80 Students, Lecturers, Examination Officers and Head of Departments were randomly selected. The major findings of this study revealed, that there are different forms of examination malpractices, including new forms of hi-tech exam cheats (MP3 and MP4) being practiced in the Colleges Education. That the causes of cheating are many, popular among them, are an emphasis on the certificate, poor examination paper setting, low salary level of personnel (lecturers, typists, examination officers, etc) and inadequate preparation of students. That, the effects of examination malpractices identified include lack of value of the certificate issued, colleges were embarrassed with examination malpractice, decrease in job efficiency, etc. That, the challenges are the enormous increase in enrolment rate leading to over-crowdedness in the examination rooms due to inadequate facilities, inadequately trained teachers, moral decadence that penetrated the colleges, interference with investigation and punishment of the culprits. In view of the findings, the researcher developed two models, which if carefully and diligently implemented may eradicate Examination Malpractices in Colleges of Education Minna. Finally, suggestions for future studies are presented. ...
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