Category: AFRICAN LANGUAGES PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS
African languages project topics and materials for undergraduate and post graduate students. Research project paper, seminar topics, proposals, titles, ideas and materials are available for dissertation, thesis and essay in African languages department. Find below the list of research project topics in African languages for Bsc, Msc and Phd African Language students.
This research work was carried out to investigate the effect of inadequate computers in secretarial training in Isoko North Local Government Council and Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro.
In fact, the availability of computers has a great positive effect on secretarial training. Lack of it usually affects them vehemently.
In line with this, three research questions were constructed and structured questionnaire administered, which were analyzed.
It was discovered that inadequate computers exist in the Department and only five computers are presently in use in the selected school together with manual typewriters and few electric typewriters. Even the few computers supplied were yet to be installed thereby making the students to graduate without computer skill.
Low performance of student secretaries was associated to inadequate computers and would be better if provided with the needed equipment as they desire more practical training to theoretically oriented training.
Lack of funds was also noted as responsible for the lack of equipment and as such, government assistance as well as external assistance and management assistance are needed for the procurement of more computers. Students’ payment of equipment levy would also be seen as a way of solving the problem.
project gives the insight on the design and construction of a transmission
power line vandalism detector system. Vandalism means destructive action. It is
a hateful and deliberate defacement/destruction of somebody else’s property or
national assets like thehigh-voltage transmission power lines, transmission
towers and distribution transformers, etc.The high-voltage transmission power
lines strung from support towers form the backbone of the nation’s electric
power grid. Many of those 158,000 miles of lines, supported by nearly 800,000
towers, run through isolated areas as they deliver electricity from generating
plants to cities. These high-voltage transmission power lines around the world
are vulnerable to terrorism, vandalism, physical deterioration and extreme
weather. Every year in Nigeria bad citizens vandalize the power line, towers,
transformers, generators and other power transmission/distribution facilities.
This causes frequent power failure and power surge that seriously affects over
50 million business firms and manufacturing industries in the country. These
companies depend on electricity power supply from the power line for their
productions. If the power line is vandalized, some of their machines cannot be
powered on a generator then income, investments and commodities worth billions
of Naira will be lost. If electricity is available during the power line
vandalism incident, the lives and properties of the people within the area can
be affected as a result of electric shocks, power surge and fire outbreak, etc.
Vandalism is now largely driven by the soaring values of copper and aluminum in
the international metals market due to increased world market demand fueled by
China and India’s growth in industrialization. Consequently, the vandals now
operate in wellorganized syndicates complete with offices and hierarchy and
accumulate large volumes of stolen materials which they eventually consign for
export as scrap. Transformer oil, copper and aluminum are the main targets of
these vandals. The uses of the stolen transformer oil are:
Mixed with diesel and sold as fuel,
Used as fuel for industrial furnaces and as cooling for welding sets,