EGC801

_____ trade refers to the buying and selling of goods and services between countries.
Foreign Trade is made up of _______ and imports.
________ Finance can be defined from the perspective in which finance is defined as money.
_____expenditures refer to those expenditures/spendings made by government for its day-by-day operations.
_____ means that the amount of tax and the timing of tax payment should be made to suit the tax payer.
______is the type of tax paid according to one’s income.
A ______ is usually used to control the allocation of revenues so that spending is rational.
_____ debt can be defined as the total indebtedness of the Federal government, state government and local government in any country.
____ and other financial institutions encourage and collect savings that finance a country’s economic growth.
______ economy was the original term used for studying production and trade.
Innovations in _______ technology may create new markets and institutions.
_____ can also affect bureaucratic incentives for regulatory change.
A _____ of insights drives the growing interest in political economy analysis.
The history of _____ can be traced back to early forms of merchant capitalism.
Traders in Amsterdam and _____ created the first chartered joint-stock companies driving up commerce and trade.
____ also means greater security and uniformity in the earnings of the cartelized enterprises.
_______ is an economic system characterized by public ownership and centralized planning of all major industries.
Value is based on both the size and the ____of promised payments.
——– theory is based mainly in the work of Locke (Mullins, 1996).
According to ——, job satisfaction and dissatisfaction depend on two factors:
A modified need hierarchy model has been presented by—————-
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. —-suggests that the situation in which a person is placed makes an input on the personality.
The ———-is a source of input for personality output.
The ——- is a controlling unit. It is reality principle which helps the child to be aware of the world around him.
The aim of the course.’ Foundation of science Education’ can be summarized as follows except:
The following assumptions could be used as a foundation in the study of science except
Identify the incorrect statement:
science is a subculture of
Newton believed that a real unseen force of responsible for the ……….
science of based on the following except what we can
Science is defined in terms of
The statement “scientific concept do not emerge automatically from the data or from any amount of analysis alone” was stated under which philosophical theses?
A creative individual can be recognised through the following traits except
Highly creative children compared to less creative children
Relationships between the accountants and other managers seemed better when the two functions were organizationally separate.
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According to Charles H.——–, primary groups are those characterized by intimate face-to-face association and cooperation.
The ——–group is one with which the individual identifies or to which he would like to belong.
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Clarity of ———— is necessary in order to provide a basis for the division of work and grouping of duties into sub-units.
Resistance to change is heightened if ——–fail to recognize the challenges cum pre-conditions before making changes.
Merchant Banks, otherwise known as acceptance Houses or Investment banks, began operation in Nigeria in _____
______ business is mainly used for the finance of international trade.
___ recognizes the need to create institutions that could undertake or promote investment.
_____ was established in 1964 in place of the investment corporation of Nigeria established since 1959.
The NBCI came on board by the decree No ____of 1973.
______ has argued that the 21st century predominance of finance capital has led to a preference for speculation.
Capitalism is an economic system in which capital goods are owned by _____ individuals or businesses.
Finance capitalism is characterized by a predominance of the pursuit of _____ from the purchase.
Private property promotes _____ by giving the owner of resources an incentive to maximize its value.
Capitalism and free enterprise are often seen as ______.
The aim of the course.’ Foundation of science Education’ can be summarized as follows except:
The following assumptions could be used as a foundation in the study of science except
Identify the incorrect statement:
science is a subculture of
Newton believed that a real unseen force of responsible for the ……….
science of based on the following except what we can
Science is defined in terms of
The statement “scientific concept do not emerge automatically from the data or from any amount of analysis alone” was stated under which philosophical theses?
A creative individual can be recognised through the following traits except
Highly creative children compared to less creative children
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Man spends his or her life trying to satisfy their needs.
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Work is a means to an end.
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Universal banking is done by very ____ banks.
Branch banking has gone through significant changes since the _____
____stand alone branches of a financial institution that often are contained in its own building.
_____banking means a system of banking under which banking services are provided by a single banking organisation.
Unit banking is operated without ______ or corporate relationship.
On the basis of nature of operation, banks can be classified into ____categories.
________ bank deals mainly in the finance of the foreign trade of the country.
The first model of Islamic banking system came into picture in _____ in Egypt.
The term bank is either derived from old ____word banca or from a French word banque.
The Nigerian financial system can be broadly divided into __________
Group counselling provides opportunity for clients to become deeply involved in _____  interaction with less direction from outside.
______  provides opportunity for ideas and suggestions to be accepted since they are made by one’s mates.
______   stage  occurs in groups where there is tension due to the makeup of the group.
 ______ is a therapeutic principle in Group counselling is a condition where members are able to help each other.
A conglomerate is a characteristic of a ________.
________ condition must be satisfied before a gathering is called a group.
Group dinamics is a concept related to ____ force in a group.
Group counselling may also become problematic when one person appears to  ______ (of) the group.
______is defined as the experience of relief from emotional distress by expressing emotion.
People find  ______ counselling experience a better alternative  therapy because it tends to cost less.
Who are those that said that scientists cannot do everything through observation and experimentation?
When scientist encounters genuine problems he first
What is it that drives the scientist to carry out scientific investigations?
______ as an enterprise has individual social and institutional dimensions.
The following assumptions could be used as a foundation in the study of science except
The ability to learn science is based on specific factors, differently and jointly influencing the ………
Brunner contends that a child moves through the ——- stages of mental development
Who takes cares care of laboratory equipments
Science is the systematic study of …….
 Group  counselling is a  process by which one counsellor is engaged in a relationship with a number of  ——-
Each member of the counselling group should be ———— exept
 Group dynamics is a term which refers to the —– forces within groups
 ————-  is when two or more people work together on anything for any purpose
 Therapy  groups are excellent examples of  groups in which the focus of attention is the psyche ——–
 Psychodrama groups make use of play modeling and  ——— in shaping clents behavioural pattern.
 the following are the major qualities of a group leader exept —————
Planning is one the duties of expected to be performed by the group——
 autocratic leadership style is a ——- or phenomenological model
 ———— sees himself as one of the group members and so does not feel  he  has any obligation  in directing  the  group
All things which organisms do -acting, thinking and feeling should be regarded as —
Learning perspective can also be called —
Eliminating or reducing incorrect actions can be achieved through —
The following instructional resources can promote rote learning except—
According to behaviourism, for learning to occur, the desired response must be
Which of the learning theories allow the students to bring in their prior knowledge –
In the concept of learning, the process tends to be active to which theory
Data gathered from educational psychology can be useful to learner, teacher, administrators and —
Mechanistic system is synanymous to —
Who suggested that educational psychology topic should spin through human development
The ist perspective emerged during the 1960s as a result of
Educational Technology ins completed and integrated process hence involves all but —-
The application of scientific knowledge about learning and conition of learning is —–
Educational technology involves –
Technology in Education is synanimous to
Instruction is speicfically designed to —-
In Robert Gagne’s mine events needed for effective learning, present information is synanymous to –
Instruction as a goal directed process must be —
What was developed to take the guesswork out of instruction —
What enables the administrators to look at the appropriate methodology to achieve stated goals —
The ——— and Guidance Association in 1967 defines Guidance as an  organized  effort  of  a  school  to  help  the  individual  child  to  develop  his maximum   potential.
On  his  part,  ——— in 1965 sees counselling as an interactive process conjoining the counselee who needs  assistance  and  the  counsellor  who  is  trained  and  educated  to  give  this assistance
 ——— is recommended for all students on a regular basis
 Guidance could be given by ———
despite the differences between guidance and counselling, the general purpose of two are the same, which  is, to effect a ———-  in  clients’ behaviour
Traxler (1957)  identified the following as factors that  influenced the development of guidance services  in America exept ————–
  —————  is  for  only  those  who  are  experiencing  continuing  or  temporary problems  that  information  alone  will  not  resolve
The  introduction  of  modern  day  guidance  into  ————  system  is often   associated   with   Frank   Parsons
Frank Parsons in 1908 founded the Boston ———-
Parson developed a tripartite model of vocational choice which later came to be known as  the ——–
Which of the following statements is NOT correct?
Accounting entries for the repayment of a loan received from Mortgage bank is
On 1st January 2012 Paul borrowed N60,000 from his friend Peter agreeing to re-pay the amount in five years with five equal installments. Ignore interest. How will the amount owed to Peter be reported in Paul’s Statement of financial position as at 31st December 2013, if Paul has made only two installments?
A non current asset has a written down value of N150,000 but is reported in the Statement of financial position as N95,000, although, being an item specially manufactured for the business, its realisable value is expected to be only N95,000. Which accounting concept is followed:
Accounting entries for recording a loan given to Lukas the manager of the company is:
Which of the following accounts will have a debit balance?
 Ganiyat contributed N500,000 cheque  as capital to the shop, what would be the entries recorded
The periodic totals of the Returns Outward Day Book are:
One of these statements is not true about current liability
Which of the following errors will a trial balance fail to reveal?
Instructional mateials also serves to abstract concepts and ideas
Instructional media can acomplish all these except —
Instructional television directed to individual viewers are man —
Instructional television are usually —
Direct classroom teaching using ITV is synanymous to
ITV programmes can be —
When television is used for direct teaching, it is possible to integrate-
The ITV programmes can originate from —-
At the Obafemi Awolowo University, direct teaching was used on —
Those who assisted the students work on their own were
Supplementary enrichment classroom teaching is —
In a country like Nigeria, ITV programme designers ought to —
One factor to be considered while planning the syllabus is —
The ITV aimed at youngsters is called
The aim of youngster ITV is to promote —
Evaluation of youngster ITV showed that it can be viewed in all except–
What was the mexico radio programmes used for —
 Carl Rogers was the founder  of ———- therapy
 ——— views counselling as the process by which the stricture of the self is relaxed in the safety of the client’s relationship with the therapist
 Educational guidance   involves  amongst  other  things  course planning  and solution  of  numerous  problems  that  students  would  come  across  during  the course  of  their  ——–
Psychologists in the field of ——– guidance and counseling share the view that  individuals  have  certain  interests,  abilities  and  personality traits  and  other characteristic peculiar to them
 vocational is  synonymous  with  the following exept —-
 ———-  is  used  to  describe  the  total  composite  of  one’s  activities throughout  life
The  ———– theory views career  choice  in  terms  of  the  individual  and how he/she operates in  isolation in the choice of his career
In ———–  approach,  fantasy  means  the ability to  pretend about things that do not exist as if they are in existence
 ———– is the innate tendency in every individual to excel in the work  he /she has  chosen  to  do
Hendrick  (1943)  postulates  that  work  pleasure represents gratification  of  the ————–
When the students are presented with objectives to guide them before the actual presentation of programme it means —
One major advantage of audio media is —
Fixing the sequence of a presentation is a major — in instructional radio
The reason for establishing the Nicaragua radio mathematics project is —
What was the mexico radio programmes used for —
The goal of radio primaria is
The purpose of post-testing of programmes is to achieve —
The teachers’ report cards for BBC school TV is called
In Ivory Coast, Educational television was chosen as instrument  of —
The ‘sesame street’ of USA belongs to —
Instruction television can be used to reach large audience at —-
One major advantage of instructional radio in that it can be used in —-
When instructional radio is used for simulating radio broadcasting, it means —
The studio where the talents perform is called —
The microphone attached to the clothing that hangs from a string around the speak’s neck is called —
The slurdy record player specially designed for professional audio facilities is —

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