EVALUATION OF THE PROCEDURE FOR RECRUITMENT, SELECTION, PLACEMENT AND PROMOTION OF STAFF IN THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION IN NASARAWA STATE, NIGERIA

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EVALUATION OF THE PROCEDURE FOR RECRUITMENT, SELECTION, PLACEMENT AND PROMOTION OF STAFF IN THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION IN NASARAWA STATE, NIGERIA

 

This study focused on Evaluation of the Procedure for Recruitment, Selection, Placement and Promotion of Staff in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State, Nigeria. For the purpose of this research, five research objectives were set to examine the procedure for recruitment of staff in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State; assess the guidelines for selection of staff in the Ministry of Education Nasarawa State; ascertain the criteria for placement of staff in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State. The study asked whether the procedure for staff recruitment is followed in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State? What are the guidelines for selection of staff in the Ministry of Education Nasarawa State? Are criteria for placement of staff complied by the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State? The null hypotheses stated that there is no significant difference in the opinions of teachers, Ministry of Education officials and Science and Technical Management Board officials on the procedure for recruitment of staff in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State. There is no significant difference in the opinions of teachers, MOE officials and STMB officials on the guidelines for selection of staff in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State. There is no significant difference in the opinions of teachers, MOE officials and STMB officials on the criteria for placement of staff in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State. Descriptive survey research design was adopted for the study and data were collected using constructed questionnaire which was prepared and validated by experts in educational administration and planning. The population of the study involved 6523 teachers, 94 Ministry of Education officials and 60 Science and Technical Management Board officials. Hence, out of 13 local government councils of the state, 6 were randomly selected in which 360 teachers, 57 MOE officials and 28 Science and Technical Management Board officials were used as sample for the study. The reliability coefficient was obtained at 0.89 using Cronbach's Alpha Statistical Technique. The data collected were presented by the use of frequency counts and percentages. The formulated hypotheses of the study were tested using Analysis of Variance at 0.05 level of significance. The findings revealed among others that there was compliance with civil service policies on staff recruitment procedure in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State; there was no adequate implementation of guidelines for selection of staff in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State; and there was compliance to the criteria for placement of staff in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State. Based on the findings, it was recommended among others that due process should be strictly maintained by compliance to the civil service rules in recruitment of staff so as to give equal chance for all interested candidates in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State. Candidates’ quality and qualification should be prioritized in selection of staff in the Ministry of Education, Nasarawa State; and placement of staff should be strictly on working experience and area of specialization in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State.

 

EVALUATION OF THE PROCEDURE FOR RECRUITMENT, SELECTION, PLACEMENT AND PROMOTION OF STAFF IN THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION IN NASARAWA STATE, NIGERIA

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