Position:                                                     Professor

          Name          :                                              Obunadike, Joy Chinwe

          Nationality:                                                 Nigeria





          a.       Delta State University, Abraka                            2008-2011

          b.       Nnamdi Azikwe University, Awka                        2000-2004

          c.       University of Uyo                                                1988-1992

          d.       College of Education, Agbor                              1983-1986

          e.       St. Anthony’s Secondary School, Azia               1976-1981

          f.       St. James Primary School, Azia                          1972-1976



          a.       Ph.D. Home Economics (Clothing and Textiles)  2011

          b.       Ph.D. Administration and Supervision                 2004

          c.       M.ED. Administration and Supervision                2001

          d.       B.SC (Ed) Home Economics                               1992

          e.       NCE Home Economics                                        1986

          f.       G.C.E                                                                     1981




1.       Previous Work Experience outside MOUAU

          Teaching Experience in Secondary Schools

a.       Idaw River Girl’s Secondary School Enugu                            1988-1991

b.       Dennis Memorial Grammar School Enugu                             1991-2004

c.       Inland Girl’s Secondary School Onitsha                                  2004-2005


2.       Experience in Ministry of Education

          Senior Education Officer                                                         2005-2006


3.       Teaching Experience in Tertiary Institution

a)      Part-Time Lecturer, Home Economics Department,

          Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe.                    2004-2006


          Courses Taught:

·        Clothing and Textiles

·        Home Management

·        Food and Nutrition

·        Household Equipment

·        Meal Management


b)       Full-Time Lecturer, Primary Education Studies Department

           Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe.                     2006-2012


Courses Taught:

·        School Administration and Supervision

·        Principles of Meal Management

·        Clothing Tools and Equipment

·        Introduction to Agriculture

·        Child Health and Nutrition

·        Field work Teaching Practice and Excursion

·        Home Economics in Primary Education Studies

·        Agriculture in Primary Education Studies

·        Introduction to Home Economics

·        Supervised 14 N.C.E Students’ Project



a)       Professor in Department of Agricultural and Home Economics Education, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, 17th October, 2015; COUNASS 72

b)      Supervision of undergraduates students (15 undergraduates)

c)       Supervision of post graduate students

          Supervised  2 Ph.D Students

          Supervised 2 M.ED Students

          14 Ph.D Students in Progress

          15 M.ED Students in Progress


d)      Courses Taught at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture,    Umudike.

          Undergraduate Courses:

          HEC 111     -Foundation of Home Economics

          HEC  112    -Basic Clothing Techniques

          HEC  117    -Meal Management

          HEC   211   -Basic Pattern Drafting

          HEC   213   -Introduction to clothing & Textiles Education

          HEC   223   -Work simplification & Household Equipment

          HEC   221   -Introduction to Home Economics

          HEC   222   -Personal, Family and community Health

          HEC   210   -Consumer Education

          HEC   311   -Clothing Selection and maintenance

          HEC   312   -Home Furnishing and management

          HEC   316   -Research methods in Home Economics

          HEC   317    -Extension Teaching and Learning methods

          HEC   324    -Manipulative skills in secondary school

          HEC   401    -Seminar in Home Economics

          HEC   425    -Interior Decoration

          Edu. 121     -Introduction to Teaching Profession

          Edu. 411     -Organization of Primary and Secondary Education in           Nigeria

          Edu. 414     -School Inspection and Supervision

          Edu. 324     -Conducting and Reporting Research in Education

          Edu. 311     -Educational Administration II

          VED 311    -Co-operative Education in Agriculture

          VED 324    -Manipulative skills in Secondary School, Home Economics

          Edu. 417     -Teaching Practice I

          AED. 400   -Research Project

          AED 401    -Seminar

          Edu. 422     -Super Visional Inspection of Education etc.


          Post Graduate Courses

          HEC 828      -Innovations and Advances in Clothing Construction

          HEC 829      -Advance Pattern Drafting and Adaptation Techniques

          HEC 904      -Consumer in the Market Place

          HEC  908     -Advanced Tailoring Techniques

          HEC  909     -Textile Designing and Construction Techniques

          HEC  926     -Entrepreneurship in Clothing and Textile

          HEC  925     -Fashion Merchandizing

          HEC  921     -Consumer and the Government

          PGD 717    -Methodology in Teaching

          PGD 727    -Curriculum Trend in Secondary School Education

          PGD 715    -Administration and School Supervision

          PGD 729    -Teaching Practice

          PGD 700    -Research Project

          EDA 801    -Seminar

          EDA 812    -Personnel Management in Education

          EDA 821    -Comparative Education

          EDA 911    -Education Law

          EDA 925    -Education Building and Facilities etc.



a.       Knowledge Review. A multi-disciplinary Journal (NAFAK)

          Title: Emerging Issues in Vocational Education in Nigeria, 2009.

b.       Multi-disciplinary Journal of Research development (NARD)

          Title: The Nigerian Educational System and UBE: The challenges of Teaching Sciences in the 21st Century.

c.       Nigeria Journal of Research and Production (NIJOREP)

          Title: Raw Materials Sourcing for sustainable industrial development of Nigeria. 2009

d.       Educational Research Journal (ERJ)

          Title: The Role of Guidance and Counselling in the proper delivery  of  Universal Basic Education in         Nigeria. 2012.

e.       Education Research (www.interes.journals)

          Title: Conducting Examination in Nigerian Universities: The Quandary   of Missing Scripts and Scores. 2012

f.       Universal Research Journal of Education and General Studies (UJEGS)

          Title: The ESL Secondary School Students’ perceptions on the use of  computer in development writing skills, 2012.

g.       International Scholars Journal (ISJ)

          Title: Marginalization a sure determinant to academic failure: Teachers  perception in India. 2013

h.       International Scholars Journal (ISJ)

          Title: Teacher Attitude, Experience and Background knowledge Effect  on the use of Inquiry Method of Teaching, 2013

i.        British Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science.

          Title: Accessing ICT for Science Teaching in Nigerian Schools. Wither  the Role of School Library media centre? 2014.

j.        British Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science

          Title: Factors Affecting Processes and designing curriculum development. 2014

k.       British Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science

          Title: Development of the Reflective Thinking Instructional Model for  Student Teachers, 2014.

l.        British Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science

          Title: Thinking Skills: The Recipe for over whelming Success in the 21st  Century 23rd July 2015

m.      Educational Research & Reviews

          Title: Problem of Implementation of strategic plans for Secondary School Improvement in Anambra State. 13th March, 2015

n.       Journal of Global Research in Education & Social Science

          Title: Challenges for utilizing ICT Facilities in Tanzanian Secondary  Schools 28th August, 2015

o.       Journal of Global Research in Education & Social Science

          Title: Examining the influence of an online homework system on final examination result in an undergraduate business statistics course 17th        Sept, 2015 

p.      Journal of Global Economics management and business research.

          Title: Performance of Artificial neural networks in prediction of Transnational Company Revenue (Nestle Europe case) 11th Nov. 2015

q.       Journal of Global Research in Education & Social Science

          Title: Theoretical Algorithm of Educational Design-Original Scientific paper 23rd Feb., 2016

r.       British Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science

          Title: Emerging Trends of Counselling for Sustainable Development  among students and Teachers of Secondary Schools in Southern Senatorial District of Cross River State Nigeria. 17th Sept. 2016.         



          Woman Leader, Umuohi Okija

          President Ezulu Women Meeting Okija. (Home and Abroad)

          President Ezulu na Oji Meeting Onitsha Branch



a.       Chairman, Ezulu/Oji Woman Meeting Onitsha                    2014-date

b.       Chairman, Ezulu Woman Meeting Home and Abroad        2005-date

c.       Member, Onitsha Archdiocesan Pastoral Council               2007-date  

d.       Member, Parish Council Holy Spirit Parish Omagba          1997-2005

e.       Vice Chairman, Onitsha Archdiocesan Laity Council          2002-2008

f.       Assistant Secretary, Onitsha Archdiocesan Laity Council    2008-date

g.       Vice President, CWO Holy Spirit Parish Omagba               1997-2006

h.       Patroness, Onitsha Archdiocesan Church Warden              2007-date

i.        Patroness, Altar Knight Association Basilica of the

          Most Holy Trinity  Onitsha.

j.        Patroness, CYON Onitsha Province                                      2008-date

k.       Patroness, Catholic Girls Organization Basilica of the

          Most Holy Trinity         Onitsha                                               2007-date

m.      Patroness, Onitsha Archdiocesan CYON                              2003-date

n.       Patroness, Holy Spirit Omagba CYON                                  2002-date

o.       Grand Patroness Onitsha Archdiocesan Divine

          Mercy Devotion                                                                      2007-date

p.      Patroness, Onitsha Archdiocesan Mercy Devotion                 2001-date

q.       Grand Patroness, Divine Mercy Holy Family

          Military Chaplaincy Onitsha                                                    2008-date

r.       Patroness, Holy Spirit Parish Omagba Divine Mercy

          Devotion                                                                                  2001-date

s.       Patroness, Holy Child Choir Holy Spirit Parish Omagba         2004-date

t.       Member, CWO Executive Basilica of the Most

          Holy Trinity                                                                               2007-date  

u.       President, Life Member Holy Trinity Zone                                2009-date

v.       Treasurer, Onitsha Metropolitan Laity Council                          2011-date


H.      AWARD


 i.        An award of Honuor as the Most Hardworking Lecturer by National Association of Agricultural and Science Education Students (NAASES),      2013                                                 

1.       Award of Strategic Institute for Natural RESOURCES and Human Development as “Pillars of Nation Building” March 2015

ii.       Award by Academy of Management Science as “Management Scientist” May  2015

iii.      External Examiner to Home Economics undergraduates, Abia State University 2013-date

iv.      Merit award by CWO Holy Spirit Parish Omagba Onitsha as “Lady  Evidence”

v.       Award by Holy Spirit Parish Council Omagba Onitsha as     “Temple Builder”.

vi.      Academic Award-Federal Government Scholarship for Ph.D. Programme   2002/2003

vii.     As a teacher

a)     Best form Teacher in Idaw River Girls’ Secondary School Enugu 1990

b)    Best form Teacher award in DMGS Onitsha in 1994, 1995 and 1996 respectively.




i.                   Students’ Academic Adviser NOCEN                              2009-2012

ii.                 Secretary, Staff Welfare Committee NOCEN                    2007-2012

iii.              Member, School of Education Biennial Conference             2010

iv.              Secretary, PES Department Book Publication Committee    2011-2012

v.                 Member, PES Departmental Disciplinary Committee          2009-2012

vi.              Chairman, School of Education Biennial Conference           2011-2012

vii.            Member NOCEN News Letter Publication                             2011-2012



viii.         Deputy Dean Postgraduate School                                       2015-2017

ix.              Representative in Senate College of Agriculture and

Science Education                                                                                  2014-2015

x.                 Member, Senate Special Result Consideration Committee 2014-2015

xi.              Member, Senate Business Committee                                    2014-2015

xii.            Chairman, College of Agricultural/Science

Education Staff Welfare Committee                                                         2012-2014

xiii.         Member, Agricultural/Home Economics Accreditation

Committee                                                                                               2013-2014

xiv.         CASE Representative to COLNAS and COLPAS                     2013-2015

xv.            CASE Representative to COLPAS                                          2014-date

xvi.         Member, CASE 2014 Conference Sub-Committee                   2014

xvii.       Chairman Agric/Homec Welfare Committee                               2014-date

xviii.    Chairman Catering/Entertainment Committee CASE

2015 International Conference                                                                2015

xix.         External Examiner to ABSU                                                      2015



i.        Advisory Editor African Research Review. An International Multi Disciplinary Journal Ethiopia 2009-date

ii.       Nigeria Association for Educational Administration and Planning   (NAEAP)

iii.      Home Economics Research Association of Nigeria (HERAN)

iv.      National Association for the advancement of knowledge (NAFAK)

V.      National Association of Research Development (NARD)

vi.      National Association of Home Economics Council of Nigeria (HECON)

vii.     International Federation of Home Economics Association  World Wide

viii.    International Federation of Home Economics Association,  Nigeria

vix.    International Research and Development Institute





1.       Relativeness of Reciprocal Peer Tutoring and Lecture Method of  Instruction on Secondary School Students’ Achievement in Clothing and  Textiles. Unpublished Ph.D Thesis, DELSU Abraka, 2011

 2.      Information Input as a factor in teachers Job Performance in Secondary   Schools in Anambra State. Unpublished Ph.D Thesis NAU, Awka, 2004

3.       The Influence of Motivation on Teacher Effectiveness. Unpublised dissertation NAU Awka, 2002.




1.       Obunadike, J.C. (2007). Staff personnel management functions of Anambra State universal basic education board (ASUBEB). Nigeria Journal of Educational Management. The Association for    Promoting Quality Management in Schools. Vol.6 209-218.

2.          Obunadike, J.C. (2007). Appraisal of administrative management Practices of head teachers under the universal basic education    (UBE) Programme in Anambra State. Journal of Educational       Studies and Research. 3(1) 66-76.

3.          Obunadike, J.C. (2007). Resource management as a determinant of      technology, technical and vocational education teaching in primary  schools in Anambra state. Nigerian journal of Educational   Administration and planning (NAEAP). 7(3) 15-24.

4.       Obunadike, J.C. (2007). Primary education reform implementation

          In Anambra State: teacher’s communication strategies and    motivation of teachers. Unizik Orient Journal of Education, a   Publication of faculty of education, Nnamdi Azikiwe University,   Awka,Anambra State. 3(1) 202-208.

5.       Obunadike, J.C. (2008). Towards the identification of supervisory 

Competency needs of primary school education officers in Anambra State. Nigerian. Journal of Research and Production. Journal of Nigerian researcher’s forum 12(2) 223-232.

6.          Obunadike, J.C. (2008). Improving head-teacher relationship in      primary school management through effective communication. Journal of Childhood and Primary Education. Publication of the   Nigerian primary and Teacher Education Association 4(2) 124-         135.

7.       Obunadike, J.C. (2008). Managerial adequacy of the Anambra        State universal basic education board. International Journal of   Educational management (IJEM) Ilorin. University of Ilorin. 5& 6)        59-65

8.       Obunadike,J.C. (2008). Head teacher’s use of planned time   management in primary schools in Anambra State. Multi- Disciplinary Journal of Research   Development. (NARD) 10(6)   66-71.

9.          Obunadike, J.C. (2008). Administrative Support for helping home

Economics teachers explores new perspectives in education for creativity,entrepreneurship and poverty reduction.Journal of Art and Humanities International Research and Development Institute. 5(3) 124-129.

10.     Obunadike, J.C. (2008). Reforming vocational education for optimum performance. Journal of Education Studies and Research.      4(1) 211-220

11.     Obunadike, J.C (2008). Approaches to managing primary     education for poverty alleviation.Nigeria Journal of Education    Administration and Planning (NAEAP) 8(2) 39-50.

12.     Obunadike, J.C.(2008). Pension schemes and pre-retirement. Journal of  Educational Foundation (JEF) University of Nigeria, Nsukka . 5(2) 74-79.

13.     Obunadike, J.C (2008). The emerging information and   communication  technology (ICT) issues in education in Nigeria. Knowledge review. A multi- Disciplinary Journal Published by   National Association for the Advancement of Knowledge 17(4) 41- 45

14.   Obunadike, J.C (2008). Managing education reforms in public  primary school in Onitsha North Local Government Area.Journal   of Educational Studies and Research. 4(2).

15.     Emetarom, U.G., Nwosu, O., & Obunadike, J.C. (2008). Women  Specific Institutional initiatives and women in top management in      universities in South Eastern States of Nigeria.Journal of           Education Administration and Planning (NAEAP) 8(3) 297-301.

16.     Emetarom, U.G. & Obunadike, J.C. (2009). Re-thinking higher  education management for poverty reduction among the youth in Africa. Journal of Education Review. Series Publications New     Delhi India. 1(1-2) 9-18.

17.     Obunadike, J.C. (2009). Clothing problems of upper middle socio- economic group (Female). African research review. An International Multi-Disciplinary Journal, Ethiopia 3(4) 48-60. (Indexed).

18.     Akudo, F.N & Obunadike, J.C. (2009). Academic staff perception on effective planning of information and communication  technology (ITC) in distance learningprogramme. African research         review. An International Multi- Disciplinary Journal Ethiopia 3(1)     275-283. (Indexed).

19.     Ukpore B.A & Obunadike, J.C. (2009). Home economics and         occupational skills: perception of Nigeria home economics teachers  and students. Journal of Research in National Development. Department of Maritime Management Technology. Federal University of Technology Owerri Nigeria. 7(1) 178-185 (Indexed).

20.     Obunadike, J.C.(2009). Implementing ICT technology in teaching   for the effective implementation of the Nine years UBE curriculum in Anambara State. Africa research review. An International Multi- Disciplinary Journal Ethiopia 3(3) 367- 376. (Indexed)

21.     Obunadike, J.C. (2009). The level of implementation of the   national policy on education stipulation on mass literacy, adult and  non-formal education in Anambra State. Journal of Education Research and Development (NOJERD) 1(1) 123-128.

22.     Obunadike, J.C.(2009). Implementation of national policy on  education in primary schools in Onitsha North Local Government   Area Anambra State. Journal of Childhood and Primary  Education. Publication of the Nigeria Primary and Teacher Education Association (NPTEA) 6(1) 153-162.

23.     Onuh, U.R. & Obunadike, J.C.(2009).Implementation of the           national policy on primary education in Nigeria: problems and prospects. A Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research Development (NARD) 12(3) 10-16.

24.     Obunadike, J.C. (2009). ICT and the implementation of universal   basicgroup (Female). African Research Review. A Multi-  Disciplinary Journal of National Association for the Advancement of Knowledge (NAFAK) 19(4) 126-131.

25.   Agangideh, S.T. and Obunadike, J.C. (2009). The status of   entrepreneurship education in secondary school in Akwa Ibom  State. African Journal of Education Research and Development      (AJERD) 3(2) 255-268.

26.  Obunadike, J.C.(2009). Home economics teacher perceptions of

Administrative support for teaching creative in primary schools in Anambra State. Journal of Home Economics Research.10 153-161.

27.  Obunadike, J.C. (2009). Implementation of curriculum reforms in   public secondary schools in Onitsha North Local Government    Area. The Journal of Research and Production. A  Multi-       Disciplinary Journal 14(2) 149-159.

28.  Obunadike, J.C. (2009). Strategies for ensuring adequate funding   of home economics programmes in Anambra State. Multi-    Disciplinary Journal of Research Development. (NARD.12(2)

29.  Obunadike, J.C. (2009). Problems and challenges of     implementationnational policy on education in primary and  secondary schools in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Management   and Policy, Unizik Awka. 2(1) 25-35.

30.     Obunadike,J.C.& Oshio,L.E(2009). Home economics and its  impact on the standard of living and the quality of life Nigeria. Journal of Home Economics (Nig JNEC) 1 (1) 98-102.

31.     Obunadike, J.C. (2009). Creating a shared vision for interventions management in secondary school in Anambra State. Journal of  Nigeria Association of Education Administration and Planning       (NAEAP) 9(3) 175-189.

32.     Nwankwo, I.N. Omenyi A.S, Igwegbe R.C. and Obunadike, J.C.(2009). Understanding the legal aspect of copyright for effective management of tertiary institutions in Nigeria. Journal of  Nigerian Association of educational Administration and Planning. (NAEAP) 255-262.

33.     Obunadike, J.C. (2009). The Role of clothing and textiles education for sustainable development among women in tertiary institutions in South East of Nigeria. Journal of Vocational and Technical Education. (JOVTE) 7(2) 192-197.

34.     Ukpore,B.A & Obunadike, J.C.(2010). Classroom teacher’s adherence to philosophy and ethics of home economics for sustainable development in Anambra State Nigeria. Africa Research Review. An International Multi- Disciplinary Journal Ethiopia 4(1) 439-450 (Indexed).

35.     Obunadike, J.C. (2010).An Overview of the physical environment of primary schools in Nigeria LWATI. Journal of Contemporary Research. Universal Academic service, China .7 Issue 1. 91-101.

36.     Obunadike, J.C. (2010). Economics significance of clothing and textiles education in tertiary institutions for sustainable development in Nigeria. Journal of Education Review. New Deihi, Indian, Series Publications. 3(3) 343-347.

37.     Obunadike, J.C. (2010). The role and responsibilities of the parents’ teachers association (P.T.A) and community in the Nigeria   education system. Journal of Teachers Perspective, 4(3) 330-337

38.     Obunadike, J.C. (2010). Constraints to the possession of administrative and managerial skills for effective school management in Nigeria. Universities Journal of Educational          Leadership. 1(1) 44-48.

39.     Obunadike, J.C., Onu U.R, & Akudo F.U. (2010). Enhancing primary education in Anambra State. Through information communication & technology (ICT). Journal of Childhood and Primary Education; 7(1) 90-98.

40.     Obunadike, J.C. and Nwabunwanne C. (2010). Clothing and textiles management in schools: problems and prospects. Journal of General Studies Publication of the Primary and Tertiary Teacher Education Association of Nigeria 1(1) 61-68.

41.     Obunadike, J.C. (2010). The use of media facilities in home   economics for the achievement of skill acquisition in Nigeria secondary schools. Journal of Qualitative Education Association for Encouraging Qualitative Education in Nigeria (ASSEOEN) 6(3) 38-45.

42.     Obunadike, J.C. and Nwokolo C.C (2010). Fostering   entrepreneurship development among rural Women in Anambra State Nigeria through home economics. Unizik Orient Journal of      Education; 5(2) 41-48.

43.     Nwankwo, I.N, Obunadike, J.C. & Ughamadu, U. (2010). The relevance of ICT in improving the quality of jss teachers in Onueke education Zone 4 of Ebonyi State. International Journal of Education research, Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria,Nsukka. 11(2) 124-133.

44.     Obunadike,J.C. & Olibie, E.I. (2010). Principals’ understanding of quality assurance in environmental education. Journal of Nigeria Association of Educational Administration and Planning. (NAEAP)         10(1) 175-189.

45.     Nwankwo, I.N., Obunadike, J.C., &Ughamadu, U. (2010).    Strategies adopted by teachers for improving classroom management in climate change. Journal of Nigeria Association of         Education Administration and Planning. (NAEAP) 10(1) 131-140.

46.     Obunadike, J.C (2010). University education strategically. Tailored towards youth empowerment and labour market in Nigeria: higher education and Nigeria national development. A book of Essays in Honour of Prof Mkpa A. Mkpa. 2-11.    

47.     Obunadike, J.C. (2010). Assessment of role of schools as agent for  social change in Awka education zone. International Journal of contemporary Issues in Education (Special Edition Vol.2). 336- 341.sss

48.     Nwankwo, I.N., Obunadike, J.C.& Ughamadu, U. (2010).Towards understanding school community relationship in Anambra State secondary schools: implications for societal change in the 21st  Century. International Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education (Special Edition Vol.2). 359-365.

49.     Arubayi,D.O., & Obuandike, J.C. (2011). Problems of teaching and learning clothing and textiles in senor secondary school in    Anambra State. Studies in home economics and community science. kamla-raj enterprises Delhi, India.

50.     Obuandike, J.C. (2011). Implementation of ICT in educational  curriculum to enhance learning in Primary secondary schools in    Anambra State. Approaches in International Journal of Research Development 4(1) 169-177.

51.     Obuandike,J.C. (2010). The Impact of vocational and technical education on economic growth. International Journal of Research in Education Ghana Pan-African Book Company. 3(2) 40-45.

52.     Nwankwo, O.D., & Obuandike, J.C. (2010). Proficiency variants of gender in relating model learning to functional applications: Its socio- human capital development implications for Nigeria    University Organizations. Manchester, United Kingdom: scholarlink research institute 2(3) 150-157.

53.    Obunadike, J.C. (2011). ICT and Nigeria educational leaders: assessment of strategies for integrating computers into colleges of education curriculum. Journal of Educational Review. New Delhi, India, Series Publications 4(2) 215-219.

54.     Obunadike, J.C. (2011). Issues and challenges in teacher education in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Studies and Research; 6(2) 65-  76.

55.     Obunadike, J.C. (2011). Status of Teaching and learning facilities   in Anambra State secondary schools: Implications for sustainable development. Journal of Education in Developing Area (JEDA) l.19, No 2. 236-243.

56.     Obunadike, J.C. (2012). Effects of reciprocal poor training    approach and lecture method on Students acquisition of clothing and textiles competencies. International Journal of Educational  Research and Development (IJERD) 4(1) 219-225.

57.     Obunadike, J.C & Ezeoguine, J.A (2012): Clothing Decision- making practices of Households in Onitsha Nigerian Vocational   Assoication Journal (NVAJ), 17 (2) 227-23.

58.     Nwankwo, I.N Obunadike, J.C & Ughamadu, U (2012) Towards    effective Management of Secondary Schools for National Transformation in Nigeria Journal of Education Administration    Planning (NJEAP) 12(3)111-131.

59.     Obunadike, J.C (2012) Effective Staff Management: A Sine Qua Non for Quality Assurance in Education. Lit Academic Journal. An International Multi-disciplinary publication (1) 191-200.

60.     Ibiam, N & Obunadike, J.C. (2012) Administrative Competences   of Principals of Unity Secondary in Nigeria. Annals of modern Education 4(1) 69-75

61.     Obunadike, J.C (2013) Educational Management for National Transformation in Nigeria. Quality Education for Transformation of Individual and National Values. Delsu Journal of Educational    Research and Development (DJERD) 12(1) 27-81

62.     Obunadike, J.C (2013) The Role of clothing and Textiles Education for Sustainable Development among Women in Tertiar Institutions in South East of Nigeria. Journal of Education for Professional Growth (ASEPGN) 8(1) 101-109

63.     Obunadike, J.C (2013) The Level of Implementation of the    National Policy on Education Stipulation on mass literacy, adult  and non-formal education in Anambra State. Journal of Theoretical and Empirical Studies in Education 3(1) 171-178

64.     Obunadike, J.C (2013) Managing Anambra State Fish Farmers  Competencies for sustainable food security in Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Education Administration and Planning. (NJEAP) 13(3)          1-17

65.     Obunadike J.C (2013) Entrepreneurship Skill acquisition for wealth creation of youths in Ihiala, Anambra State. Nigerian Vocational Association Journal (NVAJ) 18(2) 221-228

66.     Obunadike J.C (2013) Development and Validation for Teacher Motivation Assessment scale for Quality Assurance in University in Anambra State. Journal of Education and Social Research, 3(6) 95-104

67.     Obunadike J.C (2013) Students perceptions of the Junior Secondary Clothing and Textiles Curriculum Objectives and content for Entrepreneurial Skills. International Journal of Home     Economics Research (IJHER) Vol. 3 125-137

68.     Obunadike, J.C. (2013). Correlates of clothing and textiles in wealth creation and financial freedom. Journal of Home Economics Research Association of Ghana (IJHER).Vol. 3 138-147

69.     Obunadike, J.C. (2013). Quality of Education in Nigerian Colleges  of Education; Nwafor Orizu College of Education Nsugbe as a case study. Journal of Reflective Thinking 1(1) 59-70

70.     Obunadike, J.C.& Omeye, C.C (2014). Comparative study of the   influence of Lecture and demonstration method on the teaching of Agricultural Science in Senior Secondary Schools in Bende Local      Government Area. AFRREC STECH. An International Journal of Science and Technology Bahir Dar, Ethiopia 3(2) 227-243.

71.     Obunadike, J.C.& Omeye, C.C (2014). Impact of discussion and    demonstration methods of teaching on students’ performance in Agricultural Science as perceived by JSS in Ikwuano LGA.   African Journal of Allied Education. (AJAE). 8(1) 20-30

72.     Ezeoguine. J.A & Obunadike J.C (2014), Promoting good family    values for sustainable living. A case study of three major ethnic groups, Residents in Lagos State. Nigerian Journal of Education, Health and Technology Research (NJEHETR) Vol. 5 269-276

73.     Obunadike, J.C.& Onyekwelu U.S (2014), Perception of student    on the availability and utilization of instructional materials on their academic performance, in Bende Local Government Area of Abia    State, Nigeria. International Journal of the institute for Empirical Research and Sustainable Development (IJIERSD) Vol.11. 127-      136

74.     Obunadike, J.C. (2014) Issues and Challenges in teacher education  in Nigeria. Journal of sustainable Agriculture and Environment MOUAU. 15(2) 386-398

75.     Obunadike, J.C. Nwankwo I.N and Ughamadu U,(2014), Teachers’ perception of peace education as a measure to minimize influence of  changes in home and family life on the academic performance of    pupils. Nigerian journal of educational administration and planning.       14(3) 171-183.

76.     Obunadike J.C. & Uzoedina Gladys (2015), Ascertainment of availability and utilization of financial resources in public  secondary schools in Anambra State. Journal of Agricultural and         Science Education (JASE) MOUAU. 1(1)53-58

77.     Obunadike J.C (2015) Acquisition of Siwes Experience an added advantage to clothing and Textiles students in Tertiary Institutions   in Nigeria. Journal of Agricultual and Sceicne Education (JASE)     MOUAU. 1(2) 20-26

78.     Eteng, E.U, Obunadike J.C & Uko E.O (2015), Farmers attitude and adoption of improved cassava varieties, soil fertility evaluation, sources of fertilizers, placement and recommendation   of Humid Tropics of Sotheastern Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural and Science Education (JASE) MOUAU. 1(2) 227-235

79.     Ughamadu, U, Uzoechina G.C. & Obunadike J.C (2015) Strategies   for achieving a sustainable quantitative primary education in Idemili North West Government Area of Anambra State, Nigerian Research thoughts International Multi-disciplinary research Journal.      1(5) 1425-1436.

80.     Obunadike J.C. Uzoechina G. & Ughamadu, U (2015) Towards  Educational Planning for social Reinstruction and natural development in Nigeria British Journal of Education, society and Behaviourial Science. 8(4) 278-287

81.     Ugbamadu, U. Obunadike, J.C. & Uzoechina, G.O (2015) Attitude  and Wiliness to Teachers to the Integration of Entrepreneurship Education into Secondary School Curriculum in Anambra State.    British Journal of Education, Society and Behaviourial Science.    10(1) 1-10

82.     Obunadike J.C (2015), Home Economics Students’ Assessments of   their benefits from Students’ Industrial work Scheme Experience: A case study of two Tertiary Institutions in Abia State. Journal     Home Economics Research Association of Nigeria (HERAN).

83.    Obunadike, J.C. and Ughamadu, U (2015). Education for   Sustainable Development through Innovation and Wealth Creation.   COOUJER Journal of Education Research. 3 (1) 24-32.

84.   Obunadike, J.C. and Ughamadu, U (2015). Students Perception Towards Teaching Practice in South-East Universities in Nigeria.COOUJER Journal of Education Research. 3 (1) 33-44.

85.   Obunadike, J. C, Nwankwo, I. C & Obioma, U.G. (2015), Management and Maintenance of School Plant for Sustainable Growth in Public Secondary Schools in Anambra State. Journal of Sustainable Education, Michael Okpara University of AgriculturE, Umudike, Abia State. 1 (1) 212 – 230.

86.   Obunadike J.C. (2016). University Students’ Reception of Introduction of Dressing Code in Campus: A case study of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike. Journal of Home Economics Research 23(1) 146-154

87.     Obunadike, J.C, Ughamadu U & Uzoechina G.O (2016). Education  Development and the Accessibility to Nigerian Population. Journal  of Educational Research and Development. (2) 175-183.

88.            Obunadike, J.C. & Ojilere Olivet. (2016), International Journal of  Educational Studies (INJEDS) Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike. 1(2) 47-53.

89.            Uzoechina, G, Obunadike, J.C, Onu U. (2016), Repositioning  Nigeria youths for economic empowerment through entrepreneurship education: A veritable tool for poverty alleviation. 1(3) 93-102

90.            Obunadike, J.C. (2017), Effective education: The propeller of wholesome development in Nigeria: being a lead paper presented in National conference of Department of Education foundation, faculty of Education NAU. Awka Anambra state, Nigeria. 19th to 24th NOV. 2016.

91.            Esiowu, A.P. and Obunadike, J.C. (2017), Promoting Entrepreneurship Skills Development in Clothing and Textiles Education for Economic Empowerment in Universities in South-East. Journal of Community and Communication Research. 2(2) 62 – 66

92.            Obunadike, J.C & Esiowu, A. P. (2017), Clothing Decision Making Practices of Female Students in Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike: A Case Study. Journal of Home Economics Research (JHER). 24(2) 42-49





93.     Obunadike, J.C. (2008). Quality assurance in education: examining

Principals’ leadership frames. Education in the Information Age: Global Changes and Enhancement Changes. Proceeding of First International Conference of Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, and Nsukka.59-64.

94.Obunadike, J.C. (2008). Effective motivations of primary school teachers for the attainment of millennium development goals.Education in the Information Age: Global Challenges and  Enhancement Strategies Proceeding Of First International    Conference of Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria,      Nsukka.476-488.

95.     Obunadike, J.C., Nwaogbo, V., Alor, A & Azubuike, K. (2012).     Challenges to higher education in Nigeria: implications for educational management. Tomorrow People Organizations         Belgrade, Serbia Bangkok, Thailand 103-114.

96.     Obunadike, J.C. & Ibiam, N. (2012). Toward innovative  assessment practices in teacher education in Nigeria. Tomorrow     People Organizations Belgrade, Serbia Bangkok, Thailand 115-12

97.     Esiowu, A.P. & Obunadike, J.C (2016) Literacy Education and the  level of food and Nutrition aware. Among adult learners in Umunneochi Local Government Area. Abia State, Nigeria. Society         for Community and Communication Development Research       (ACCDR) 426-431.





98.     Obunadike, J.C. (2009). Median facilities innovations in home  economics Education. Collaborative National Conference of    Obafemi Awolowo University Ile Ife and federal college of education (Technical) Asaba.

99.          Obunadike, J. C. (2009). Emergent Issues in Universal Basic Education(Problems and Prospects) Emergent Issues In Universal Basic Education in Nigeria West and Solomon Corporate Ideals     Limited 297-306.

100.            Obunadike, J.C.(2009).Physical Facilities In Nigerian Universities:

Implication for Repositioning Tertiary Institutions in the 21st Century. West and Solomon Corporate Ideals Limited 244-254. 

101.            Obunadike, J.C. (2010). Technological Development Through quality higher Education Research. Higher Education in Nigeria  Selected Aspects. USA Trafford Publisher. 145-158.

102.            Obunadike, J.C & Nwankwo, I.N. (2011). TowardsEffective  Communication for Improving Principal- Teacher Relationship in the 21st Century. West and Solomon corporate ideals limited. 278-         296.

103.            Obunadike, J.C.(2011).Identification And Motivation of Potential

Entrepreneurs in the Management of Secondary Schools in Anambra State West and Solomon Corporate Ideals Limited 485-505.

104.            Obunadike, J.C. (2011). Towards Effective School Community Relationship/Participation in the Management of Secondary Schools in the 21st Century.  West and Solomon Corporate Ideals        Limited. 292-308.


105.            Obunadike, J.C. (2010). University Education strategically, tailored  towards youth empowerment and labour market in Nigeria: higher  education and Nigeria National Development. A book of Essays in Honour of Prof. Mkpa A. Mkpa 2-11.

106.            Obunadike, J.C. & Nwankwo I.N (2012). Human Resources Management Practices of Secondary School Principals in Anambra  State. West & Solomon Co-operate Ideals Ltd. 185-217.

107.            Obunadike, J.C. (2012). Examination Mal practice in Nigeria  Concept Causes Curbing Dangers and Way forward. West &  Solomon Corporate Ideals Ltd. 665-678.

108.            Obunadike, J.C. (2013). Towards Effective Instructional  Supervision for Quality Education in Secondary Schools in    Anambra State Salient Issues in 21st Century Nigeria Education.         WPBN Publishers 203-212

109.            Obunadike, J.C. (2013). Questioning Techniques in the Teaching-   learning Situation. A Basic Guide on Teaching Practice. West &    Solomon Publishing Coy Ltd. 297-320

110.            Obunadike, J.C. (2013). Issues and Problems of Planning and   Implementation of Primary Education in Nigeria. Fundamentals of   Basic Education Curriculum. A Practical Guide. West & Solomon  Publishing Coy Ltd. 42-67

111.            Obunadike, J.C. (2013). Basic Concepts and Definitions of   Administration and Administration of Primary Education at  Federal, State and Local Government Area Levels in Nigeria.  Foundational of Basic Education Curriculum. A practical Guide.    West & Solomon Publishing Coy Ltd. 86-103.

112.            Obunadike, J.C. (2013). Educational Reforms in Nigeria  Education. West & Solomon Publishing Coy Ltd. 265-277

113.            Obunadike, J.C. & Uzoechina G.O (2014). Educational  Development in Nigeria: it’s Implications for Quality Education. West & Solomon Publishing Coy Ltd. 298-316

114.            Obunadike, J.C. & Ugbamadu J.C. (2014) Youth Empowerment through Entrepreneurship Education: a panacea for sustainable Development in Nigeria West & Solomon Publishing Coy Ltd. 16-      19

115.            Ughamadu, U. &Obunadike, J.C. (2015). Universal Basic Education: Prerequisite for Social Economic Growth and  Development in Nigeria. West & Solomon Publishing Coy Ltd. 48-         63

116.            Obunadike, J.C. (2015) A place of Home Economics in Vocational  Education. Department of Agricultural and Home Economics  Publication.

117.            Obunadike, J.C. & Uzoechina G.O (2015). Entrepreneurship   Education in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects. Global Academic   Group on line Academic Resources. 396-408

118.            Obunadike, J.C. (2015). Vocational and Technical Education: A     tool for National Development in Nigeria. Global Academic  Group online Academic Research 1-13

119.            Uzoechina G.O &Obunadike, J.C. (2015). Problems of Financing   Higher Education in Nigeria. Higher Education in Nigeria   Perspectives and Reforms. Global Academic Group online.     Academic Resources 359-370

120.            Obunadike, J.C. & Uzoechina G.O (2015). Education for All: Meaning, Goals, Problems and Way Forward. Goals Academic   Group online. Academic Resources. 334-345.

121.       Uzoechina G.O and Obunadike, J.C. (2015). Teacher Education in      Nigeria. The Issue of Professionalization. Teacher Education in   Nigeria; Innovations and Performs. Global Academic Group online      Academic Resources. 358-369

122.             Uzoechina G.O Obunadike, J.C. (2015). Analysis of    Examinational Malpractice in Nigerian Educational System: Causes, Consequences and Possible Solutions. Global Academic      Group online Academic Resource 536-549

123.            Obunadike, J.C. (2016). Ethics in Educational Administration and Management. Educational Management. The Nigerian Perspective.  32-43

124.            Obunadike, J.C. (2016) Effective Educational Organization. Education Management, the Nigeria Perspective 110-118

125.                   Obunadike, J.C. (2016) Curriculum Development from Global/Cross- cultural Perspectives. Foundation of Curriculum Development (Principles and Practice). 268-285

126.                   Obunadike, J. C. and Oriaku, N. (2016). Skill Enterprise and Innovation for Economic Development in Nigeria. Global Academic Group Online Academic Resources Onitsha. Pg (217-243).

127.                   Obunadike, J. C. and Onwuhanze, J. U. (2016). The Dilemma of Education in Nigeria: The Contending Issues: Global Academic Group Online Academic Resources Onitsha. Pg (244-268)

128.                   Obunadike, J. C. and Aniemeka, G. N. (2016). Refocussing Education in Nigeria: The Way Forward. Global Academic Group Online Academic Resources Onitsha. Pg (271-294).

129.                   Obunadike, J. C. and Agumuo, P. C. (2016), Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Education in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects. Information and Communication Technology and Education in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects. Pg (381- 398).

130.                   Obunadike, J. C. and Ajoku, M. U. (2016), Quality and Access to Education in Nigeria: Matter Arising. Quality and Access to Education in Nigeria: Journey So Far. Pg (209 – 230).

131.                   Obunadike, J.C and Orakwue, B.N (2017). Problems of Retirement and their Effects on the Individual and Family. Essays and Researches in Education, Arts and Social Sciences. A Festschrift in Honour of Prof. Rose Ebenebe. Pg (297).



1.     Nigerian Primary and Teacher Education Association NPTEA Conference Held at the University of Jos, Jos. Nigeria. July 31st to August 3rd 2007.

2.     University of Nigeria, Nsukka faculty of Education National Conference 2007 Held at the Princess Alexandria Hall Unity Theatre, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 6th – 9th August, 2007.

3.     Home Economics Research Association of Nigeria (HERAN) Eight National Conference Held  at The Princess Alexandria Hall Unity Theatre, University of Nigeria Nsukka 5th -8th Sepember,2007.

4.     Nigerian  Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP) International Conference held in University of Lagos, Lagos State Nigeria 24th – 27th September,2007.

5.     Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Faculty of Education 2007 Annual Conference Held at the University Auditorium 10th – 14th October, 2007.

6.     The Nigeria Academy Of Education 22nd Annual Congress Held At University Of Ibadan. Oyo state Nigeria 5th – 8th November, 2007.

7.     10th International and Annual National Conference of National Association for Advancement of Knowledge (Nafak) Held at the Federal College of Education, katsina, katsina state Nigeria 10th – 14th march, 2008.

8.     University of Nigeria, Nsukka Faculty Of Education International Conference Held At The Princess Alexander Hall And Unity Theatre University of Nigeria Nsukka 17th – 21st June 2008.

9.     Collaborative National Conference in Collaboration with Faculty of Education Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Osun State, Held At Federal College Of Education (Technical) Asaba, Delta State 24th – 27th June, 2008.

10.                        University of Nigeria, Nsukka Department of Educational Foundations 1st International Conference Held at Nigeria Hall C.E.C. 29th July -2nd August, 2008.

11.                        Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. Faculty of Education 2008 Annual Conference Held at the University Auditorium 28th July -1st August, 2008.

12.                        6th Biennial Conference of School of Education, Nwafor Orizu college of Education, Nsugbe Held At Hall A Of The College 11th – 15th August, 2008.

13.                        3rd Regional Conference of Higher Education Research and Policy Network (Herpnet) held in Nigeria at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (11TA) 18th -23rd August 2008.

14.                        4th Science National Conference of School of Science. Nwafor Orizu College of Education Held At Hall A Of The College 6th – 9th September 2008.

15.                        Home Economics Research Association of Nigeria 9th International Conference Organized by HERAN 10th – 13th September, 2008.

16.                        Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP) 2008 International Conference held at Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Abuja, Nigeria 23rd – 27th September, 2008.

17.                        7th International Annual National Conference of National Association for Research Development (NARD) Held at FCT College of Education, Zuba- Abuja 6th-10th October, 2008.

18.                        3rd National Conference of Home Economics Empowerment Initiative held at Ebonyi State University 18th – 21st November, 2008.

19.                        2nd National conference of Home Economics Research Association of Ghana (HERAG) held at the University of Education Wenniba 4th – 7th February, 2009.

20.                        11th Annual conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Knowledge (NAFAK) held at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka Auditorium 9th – 13th March, 2009.

21.                        6th Annual National Conference Of Association For Encouraging Qualitative Education In Nigeria (Asseqen) Held at Main Auditorium, Delta State University, Abraka. 11th – 15th May, 2009.

22.                        1st National Conference and Exhibition of School of Vocational and Technical Education, Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe held at Hall C, of the College 22nd – 26th June, 2009.

23.                        4th Annual Conference for Association of Nigerian Teachers (ASSONT) Held at Benue State University 6th – 10th July, 2009.

24.                        Nigerian Primary and Teacher Education Association (NPTEA) Held at University of Uyo Auditorium 27th – 31st July, 2009.

25.                        4th Regional Conference on Higher Education Research for Sustainable Development in Africa. Organized by Higher Education Research and Policy Network (HERPNET) in Collaboration With Kampala International University (KIU), Uganda, held at University of Sheraton Kampara Hotel Uganda 17th – 20th August, 2009.

26.                        National conference of Faculty of Education Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, held at University Auditorium, 31st August – 4th September 2009.

27.                        Research Association of Nigeria (HERAN) Held at Princess Alexandria Unity Hall, University of Nigeria Nsukka. 16th – 19th September, 2009.

28.                        Nigerian Association for Educational Administration for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP) National Conference. Held at White Hill Hall Awka. 22nd – 26th September, 2009.

29.                        National Commission for Colleges of Education Trust Fund Workshop for Training Of teacher’s educators’ workshop on primary education studies at Asaba 26th – 30th January, 2009.

30.                        United Nations Children’s (Unicef) Workshop On Developing Partners Capacity To Implement ECD Curriculum Focused on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Health, Nutrition and Protection Issues at Otukpo Benue State 16th – 19th June, 2009.

31.                        Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP) International Conference, Held at Port Harcourt 26th – 29th October, 2010.

32.                        United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Collaboration with Partners on Capacity Building (Training) workshop on new strategies for institutional accreditation and development of quality assurance policies for higher quality education in Africa at Bamako, Mali 8th – 9th October, 2010.

33.                        National Commission for Colleges of Education and British Council Demonstration Workshop for Teacher. Trainers at Abuja 12th – 13th January, 2010.

34.                        National Commission for Colleges of Education and British Council Demonstration Workshop for Teacher. Trainers at Abuja 12th -13th January, 2010.

35.                        3rd Biennial National Conference of Home Economics Research Association of Ghana (HERAG). Held at the University of Education, Wenniba 1st – 4th February, 2011.

36.                        12th Annual National conference of Home Economics Research Association of Nigeria (HERAN). Held at Princess Alexandria Unity Hall, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 21st – 24th September, 2011.

37.                        Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP) National Conference Held at Supreme Hotels Ujemen Ekpoma Edo State Nigeria. 10th – 14th October, 2011.

38.                        7th Annual Education and Development Conference of Tomorrow People Organization Leadership Education Innovation. Held at Royal Benja Hotel Bangakok Thailand. 5th – 7th March, 2012.

39.                        20th International conference of Nigerian Vocational Association. Held in Delta State University Abraka, Nigeria 20th – 28th July, 2012.

40.                        2nd International Conference of Education and Human Resources Development in Africa at University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom, Nigeria. 10th -14th Sept., 2012.

41.                        ICET Pre- Conference OER Workshop on quality and effectiveness: Using open Educational Resources in Teacher Education Course Design Held at the Staff Club at University of Cape Coast Ghana 8th – 9th July, 2012.

42.                        56th International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) held in Ghana at the New Lecture Theatre, University of Cape Coast Ghana, 10th -12th July, 2012.

43.                        Conference of International Society for Educational Planning (ISEP) held in Intercontinental Hotel, Kansas City, MO, USA, 10th -13th October, 2012.

44.                        2013 Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Knowledge (NAFAK) at UNN Dec. 2013.

45.                        3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning at MOUAU Umuadike, Abia State, Nigeria. August 12th -15th 2013.

46.                        A- 3days Course Workshop on gender projects by Nigeria Institute of Manpower Development and Industrial Training at MOUAU Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria 14th -16th May, 2013.

47.                        1st Global Conference of Association for progressive and alternative Education (ASPROAEDU) in Affiliate of Global Academic Group online Academic resources. Held at Akwa Ibom State University, Obio Akpa Campus. Akwa Ibom State. Monday 12th -16th May 2014.

48.                        2014 Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of knowledge (NAFAK) at Port-Horcourt, River State, Nigeria 10th -14th March, 2014.

49.                        13th National Conference of National Association of Research Development (NARD) at Federal College of Education Okene, 8th -12th September, 2014.

50.                        World Education 3rd International Conference on Society, Education and Technology: The Nexus held at University of Society, Cameroun 10th -14th November, 2014.

51.                        International Federation of Home Economists Conference held in Malta 14th to 23th March, 2015.

52.                        National conference of department of Educational foundations, faculty of Education, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka Anambra state, Nigeria 19th to 24th Nov.2016.

53.                        5th International conference of world Education forum with Theme: Africans Education and sustainable development goals (2030). Where is the critical Nexus? Held at Ghana. 17th to 21st oct. 2016.

54.                        19th Annual National Conference of National Association for the Advancement of knowledge (NAFAK): Theme: Education in Nigeria for value Re-orientation, poverty Eradication and National development held at port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. 13th to 17th march 2017.



Best form teacher in Dennis Memorial Grammar School in the year 1992/1993.

Best form teacher in Dennis Memorial Grammar School in the year 1993/1994.

Federal Government Scholarship Award for Ph.D. 2002.



a.     Advisory Editor African Research Review. An International Multi-Disciplinary Journal Ethiopia.

b.     Nigeria Association for Education Administration and Planning (NAEAP).

c.      Home Economics Research Association of Nigeria (HERAN)

d.     National Association for the Advancement of knowledge (NAFAK)

e.      National Association of Research Development (NARD)

f.       National Association of Home Economics Council of Nigeria (HECON).


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Prof. Francis .O. Otunta

The Vice Chancellor,

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture,

Umudike, Abia State.

Prof. Hillary Edeoga

Former Vice Chancellor,

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture,

Umudike, Abia State.


Prof. Nneka Umezulike

The Dean, College of Agricultural and Science Education,

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture,

Umudike. Abia State.


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