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Q1 ……… is the epitome of Nigerialization of the public administration
Civil service
Taking over
Replacing
All positions

Q2 ………………. Is the apex of an organisation hierachy?
Chief executive
Manager
Success
Enterpreneur

Q3 ………. Is not the responsibilities of chief executives
Selection
Naming
Organizing
Division

Q4 ……. Commission increased inflation, after its implementation
1988 reform
Udoji commission
Adebo
Morgan commission

Q5 1988 civil service reforms is noted for its introduction of………………
Nigerialisation
Accountability
Profitability
Professionalism

Q6 ……………….. Is not a reform of public service in Nigeria
Morgan
Foot ccommission
Yaradua commission
Gorsuc

Q7 ……………… was the chief of staff in traditional Yoruba public administration
Aare Ona Kakanfo
Kakan fonja
Oyomesi
All the above

Q8 Nigeria amalgation was in……………………year?
1913
1915
1814
None of the above

Q9 ……… is concerned with implementation of private enterprises
Public
Private aadministration
Ethnic management
All the above

Q10 According to bureaucratic theory ………….. Is not typohogy theory …… is not typohogy of authority
Tradtional
Charistmatic
Legal
O[tional

Q11 Bureaucratic theory was propounded by ……..
Max webber
Marx Webber
Karl Marx
ETIM

Q12 …………… is not acceptable function of administrative theory
Planning
Organising
Controlling
Division

Q13 …………………. Is noted for theory of formal and informal organization
Chester Ben
Chester Barnard
Elon MAYO
None of the above

Q14 …….. Is not an approach to public administration
Scalar Chain
Historical approach
Management
Scientific

Q15 …………… made contribution to behaviorism
Dehl
Robert Dahl
Elim
None of the above

Q16 …………… is the faher of human relation movement
Elton Bolf
Amayo
Etim Moyo
Elton Mayo

Q17 Social man is motivated by ……………………. Needs
Social
Capital
Labor
Political

Q18 …………. Started in Chicargo in 1924 – 1932
Human relation
Human being
Theory
None of the above

Q19 Human relation movement was discovered by ……
Etim Mayo
Major
Elton May
None of the above

Q20 Authority should commensurate with……………
Power
Politics
Authority
Responsibility

Q21 ……… theory examines the benefits and hinderances of economic development
Structuralization theory of development
Modernization theory of development
Sustainable developmet theory
Human development theory

Q22 The following are types of theories of development and administration except one
Modernization theory
Human development theory
Sustainable theory
Neo-classic theory

Q23 The type of rural development approach which requires force to maintain and sustain it is referred to as…………
Top-down approach
Basic resource approach
Dual economic approach
Selective approach

Q24 After the Second World War, there was need for ………………….. Which required the active role of the state
Privatition of the economy
Rehabilitation of the economy
Centralization of the economy
Diversification of the economy

Q25 Social welfare which include. Old age security, unemployment benefits, health, education etc are also known as…….
Infrastructural facilities
Welfare measures
Depression welfare
Economic resuscitation

Q26 Economic revolution came about as a result of economic ………………….
Down Turn in 1929 that occurred in USA
Turn up in 1929 that occurred in USA
Depression in 1929 that occurred in Russia
Turn down in 1929 that occurred in Soviet Union

Q27 Following the socialist revolution in Russia in 1917, public enterprises were instituted in the place of …………………..
Government ownership
individual ownership
private ownership
Citizen ownership

Q28 ……. of developing country is pursued in order to create an economy which enjoys self-sustaining growth
Structural development
Structural transformation
Structural ideology
Structural equality

Q29 Development administration is concerned with ……………………
Changes
Development
Broad objectives
Decision making

Q30 Societal development is a development which is geared towards …………………. In the society
decision making
Maintaining law and order
plans and policies formulation
Public administration

Q31 According to Fayol (1984), administration include foresight, organization, command, co-ordination &……
Control
Centralization
Principles of management
Principles of systematic arrangement

Q32 ……. Stimulates inquiry as we search for knowledge about many different aspects of behaviour
Model
Theory
Development
Change

Q33 Approaches of rural development in Nigeria include: growth, pole centre model, selective approach and ….. among others
The top approach model
Big bush policy
Expert-led approach
Bottom-top approach

Q34 Advocates of Modernization theory include Marquis de Condorcet and ……………….
Adam Smith
Emile Durheim
Elile Keynes
Emile Smith

Q35 The priority of the Nigeria government since 1960 to rural development include the following except one
Privatition of companies
Industrialization
Electrification
Adult education

Q36 An ideal approach which is costly and slow in operation is referred to as……………….
Rurism strategy
Key settlement strategy
Laissez-faire policy
Growth pole centre model

Q37 The approaches of rural development is geared towards …… of the rural population
Improvement
Adjustment
Development
Administration

Q38 Development theory and administration is characterized by innovation and ………………
Social change
Social mobility
Social engineering
Social campaign

Q39 Nigerian rural development strategy lacked holistic foundation, ideological and philosophical foundation. This refers to ..
One of the problems of government officials
One of the problems of rural development
One of the problems of government functionaries
One of the problems of philosophical ideology

Q40 More than two-third of Nigeria’s population are living in rural areas & they experience a lot of ………. Among others
Misery
Morbidity
Mineral boom
Underdevelopment

Q41 The specific model which explain why there is substantial productivity difference among farmers in the same economic and geographical areas refers to
Export-led model
Induced model
Diffusion Model
Dual economy model

Q42 The problem confronting the classical model is that there must not be …………. Manpower to harness the resources
Few skilled
Much skilled
Experienced
Inexperienced

Q43 The following are terms used for economic development except…………..
Economic welfare
Economic growth
Secular change
Economic change

Q44 One of the essential component of ………………… is that the economic growth is identified by a sustained increase
Social change
Social development
Growth
Rural welfare

Q45 The following except one are steps to engineering developmement in rural area
The need to survey the area in question
the need to identify problems in that area
the need to ignore small group 4 a larger one to gather facts
the need to execute and evaluate set programmes

Q46 The role of ………… resources in promoting development is a function of technological change
Human
Material
Financial
Natural

Q47 The classical and neo-classical model states that growth of any economy is a function of………..
Capital investment
Capital income
Per capital income increment
Decrease in Per capital income

Q48 The following except…………. are indices for development
Supply of high level manpower
Uneven distribution of income
Per capital income increment
Diversification of economy

Q49 One of the Africa country that operate a mono economy is ……………..
Burundi
Ghana
Nigeria
Egypt

Q50 The essential indices for development include the following except…………..
Shadow rates
per capital income
Property rights
Wealth creation

Q51 One of the following is not included among the nature of rural development
Poor infractural facilities
Low pupulation density
Gross illiteracy
Under development

Q52 The process which is concerned with the general improvement of man’s conditions of living specifically refers to ……
Development
Social theory
Social advancement
Social liberation

Q53 Poor infractural facilities in rural area include any three of the given options except………..
Road network problem
Poor electricity
Decline health services
Enhanced communication services

Q54 A nation is said to have recorded economic growth if that nation has experienced increase in ……………………
capital income
Social change
Educational trends
Mono Economy

Q55 Rural ……………… constitutes the substance of rural welfare
Approach
Income
Infrastructure
Tradition

Q56 The following are components of growth models in rural development except one
Classical
Non classical
Internal combination theory
Dual economy model

Q57 A …………… area is any given area that is not urban
Rural
surbub
local
urban

Q58 The following except one are the three types of change and development
Prescription
Emergent
Transformative
Projectable

Q59 ….. is by far the most dominant vehicle for conscious social change, used widely by donors, NGOs & government the world over
Non governmental project
Project cycle management
Development project
Project approaches project

Q60 The specific role of development is to bring about general …………….. of man’s means of livelihood
Infrastructural change
Improvement
Adequate health services
Literacy

Q61 ………. (1954), states that if the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail
Rodney
Richardson
Rostow
Maslow

Q62 Some specific elements of ……………. Include structural aspect of change and direction of change
A theory of change
A concept of factors of production
A concept of inequality
A concept of self-discipline

Q63 Change comes from unique factors which include the following areas except……….
Climate
The presence of specific groups of people in the society
Weather
Religion

Q64 Social change may be driven by cultural, religious, economic and …………….
Technological forces
Revolution forces
Political forces
Organizational forces

Q65 The concept of social change refers to an alteration in the ………………….. order of a society
Social
Process
Philosophical
Paradigmatic

Q66 Human development theory is a theory which uses ideas from different origins, such as ecology, sustainable development, feminism and …..
Welfare inequality
Welfare development
Welfare adjustment
Welfare economics

Q67 ……….. theory state that poor nations provide natural resources and cheap labour for developed nations
Dependency
Economic
World system
Neo-marxism

Q68 Dependency theory states that ………………… nation provide natural resources and cheap labour for developed nations
Poor
Undeveloped
Wealthy
Advanced

Q69 The following are the criticisms of modernization theory except
Critics point to traditional societies being destroyed
Modernization has side effect to skill acquisation
Modernization might lead to violence
Modernization forces societies to gradually slip away to poverty

Q70 Technological advancement, industrialization, social change and transformation are basic elements of ………………………
Social theory
Psycholigical theory
Anthropology theory
sociological theory

Q71 ……… can be used to verify, disprove or modify a given theory
Theory
Administration
Liberation
Structuralization

Q72 Following the socialist revolution in Russia in 1917, private ownership of the means of production was ……………..
Abolished
Sustained
Introduced
Deliberated upon

Q73 The conglomeration of theories about how desirable change in society is best achieved refers to…………………
Public theory & administration
Busines theory & administration
Administration theory
Development theory & administration

Q74 One of the following is not included in the definition of development by Seers; development is what has been happening to
unemployment
poverty
inequality
self-discipline

Q75 Modernization theory is used to analyse the way …………… processes in societies takes place
Structuralization
Modernization
Actualization
Transformation

Q76 Administration mainly, involves 3………………………..
Ps
Ms
As
Ns

Q77 Which is the most appropriate: theory serves as a ………………… to action
Illustration
Guide
Example
Clarity

Q78 By formulating theory, we attempt to make sense of our……………………
Influence
Observations
Experiences
Inquiries

Q79 ………….. Implies a progression from a lower and often undesirable state to a high and preferred one.
Relationship
Development
Economy
Society

Q80 Rodney (1974) states that development at individual level include among others ……………………………..
Creativity
Governance
Culture
Materialism

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