Effect of Practical Mentoring on Students’ Academic Development: A Case Study of Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme in Nigeria (Published)
This study sets to examine the influence of students’ industrial training on their academic performance. Thus, the surveys of sixty students of National Diploma Program in Department of Architectural Technology, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State in Nigeria, were conducted to investigate possible effects of their acquired industrial training on their academic performance. The findings show that students’ mentoring via industrial training developed students’ understanding of their chosen profession and improve their knowledge in carrying out the practical aspect of their work.
Citation: Oloruntoba, K., Oloye, R.A., and Adu, O A. (2022) Effect of Practical Mentoring on Students’ Academic Development: A Case Study of Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme in Nigeria, International Journal of Geography and Regional Planning Research, Vol.7, No.2, pp.34-39
Quality of life is one of the most important issues facing the world today and of social policy development is the basic topics that issues such as welfare, promote Quality of life, health and basic needs, growing and unsatisfactory life, altruism and selflessness in the midst of the in human include. So in this regard the goal of the present research is the assessment of the life quality of urban areas and the case study is the city of Fahraj. The research method is analytic-descriptive and based on library, documentary and field studies. The results of AHP model show that the criterion of E (Family life) with weight of (0.254) is in the first place and the criterion of B (material excellence) with weight of (0.121) is the last place.