SECRETARIAL STUDIES

INVESTIGATION INTO FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR DOWNITURN IN MALE STUDENTS ENROLLMENT IN SECRETARIAL STUDIES

ABSTRACT

An investigation into factors responsible for down turn in male students enrollment in secretarial studies department gears to prefer male secretaries after graduation than female secretaries grandaunts. It was recommended that the male students should realize that they have a very bright future for the profession. They should be made to understand that the profession is open to both sex through motivation. From the analysis of findings on the project topic, an Investigation into Factors Responsible for Decline in Male Students Enrollment in Secretarial studies department, a study of Federal Polytechnic Oko and the Institute of Management and Technology Enugu, it is seen that though there are factors that causes students decline in enrolling into the secretarial programmer, it should not be a deterrent because one needs to be proud of one’s profession and not allow other people’s opinion influence them.

TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page

Approval page

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Abstract

List of tables

Table of content.

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1    Background of the study

1.2    Statement of the problem

1.3    Purpose of the study

1.4    Significance of the study

1.5    Research questions

1.6    Scope of the study

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1    Introduction

2.2    Conceptual Framework

2.3    Theoretical Framework

2.4    Empirical Review

2.5    Summary of related literature

CHAPTER THREE

METHODOLOGY

3.1    Research design

3.2    Area of study

3.3    Population of the study

3.4    Sample and sampling procedure

3.5    Instrument for data collection

3.6    Validity of the research instrument

3.7    Reliability of the instrument

3.8    Method of administration of the research instrument

3.9    Method data analysis

CHAPTER FOUR

PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA

4.1   Data Presentation

4.2   Data Analysis

CHPATER FIVE

SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

5.1    Summary of findings

5.2    Conclusion

5.3    Recommendations

5.4    Suggestions for further research

References

Appendices: Questionnaire