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Skills required by senior secondary school students for cassava production in Apa local government area of Benue state

 Department: Education  
 By: usericon Johngrey  

 Project ID: 6377
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Abstract
This research was carried out to access the skills required by senior secondary school students for cassava production in Apa Local Government Area Of Benue State. the population for this study comprises all the agricultural science students in secondary schools within Apa local government area of Benue State. A total of 295 students were selected for the research. Data collected from the research was subjected to analysis using descriptive statistics. the results shows that there are  182(61.69%) boys and 113(38.31%) girls in the secondary schools within the study area. the results also revealed that 34.57%, 33.23%% and 32.20% were in SSI, SSII and SSIII respectively and the majority (78.65%) of the students indicated that they farm cassava and 21.35% say they do not farm cassava and 95.25% attends agricultural science classes while 4.75% say they do not attend agricultural science class. the study concludes that students were able to identify all the skills required by senior secondary school students in selecting suitable land for cassava cultivation, all the skills required by senior secondary school students in selecting quality cassava stem for cassava cultivation were clearly identified and students were able to identify all the skills required by senior secondary school students in harvesting and processing of cassava. students were able to identify all the skills required by senior secondary school students in the marketing of cassava products. It was recommended that the identified skills should be packaged into a training programme for secondary school leavers and unemployed youths to enable them to become self-reliant and self-sustaining. ...
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