PUL321 TMA

________ are people who are primarily responsible for the achievement of organizational goals.
_________  is defined as getting things done through others.
Concepts are the corner stone for the development of________ and theory.
Goals can be differentiated between official and ________ goals.
The following are some of parts of a well stated specific behavioural objectives, except ……….
Mathematics is fundamental to the use of ……..
The following belong to the domain of cognitive learning …….
The new curriculum of mathematics emphasise teaching mathematics as ……..
In 1978, mathematics curriculum was provided for the nation by ……..
The following are the general aims of teaching mathematics in the primary and secondary school levels, except ……..
……… is an objective stated specifically during the planning of a daily lesson note.
The classification of specific behavioural objectives by B.S. Bloom (1965) is called …….
Three domains of instructional objectives are ……..
Ability of a child to write a number, draw straight lines and make an arc or a circle, belong to which of these domains?
Good organizational goals help in policy ________ and administration.
A typical employee goals can be divided into _____ main groups.
One of the major problems confronting the Nigerian Civil Service is the lack of clear ________.
_______ of interest arises when an executive deals with a company in which it has vested interest.
_______ making is one of the most crucial activities of management.
A decision process is not completed until it is _____________.
__________ is one of the highly sought after talents in management.
________ is concerned with directing the human efforts towards organisational goal achievement.
Directing and ________comprise the managerial function of guiding, overseeing and leading people.
Schneider ________ refers to organisational climate as the entire internal environment of the organisation.
The following could pose a threats to business enviroment excerpts
The task environment is an aspect of the external environment which called
An organization’s internal environment consists of conditions and forces within the organization which consists
Suppliers are individuals or companies that provides organisation with needed inputs such as following for production
Which of the following are types of Environmental scanning according to falley and King 1977 in Oyedijo (2004)
The following are techniques of environmental scanning excerpt
The Government policies in form of the following will influence Business Environment excerpt
Laws relating to both individuals and organisations can be classified in a number of ways excerpt:
Neo-classical economic theory tends to suggest that it is unnecessary for laws to protect
An offer is a declaration —- that they intend to be legally bound if acceped
Business organisations operate in an economic environment which shapes, and is shaped by,
In market-based economies this environment comprises of the following variables excerpt
Aggregate Monetary Demand is function the following excerpt
When GDP are measured on a monthly or quarterly basis, increases in output can occur at
Monetary policy seeks to influence monetary variables such as
The role of Central Bank of Nigeria include but the following
World Bank (more formally known as the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development or IBRD was established in
The European Investment Bank was created in 1958 under
Information is increasingly science based, encompassing things excerpt
Fixed capital include but the following
The mathematical techniques used as aid to decision making are often called ______
___________ theory is often called waiting-line theory.
Planning has been defined previously as one of the five major functions of management.
The most comprehensive definition of planning is given by _________
The best known definition of management control is given by Anthony in _________
__________indicate the financial expenditures involved per unit of activity.
______ can be expressed as a ratio of net profits to sales.
Formal organisation can be seen as a direct opposite of ________ organisation.
_________the process of passing information and understanding from one person to another.
Communication may be divided into two namely _____ and written.
Topics covered in further mathematics include the following, except …..
In 1978, mathematics curriculum was provided for the nation by ……..
When was mathematics taught as arithmetic?
The new curriculum of mathematics emphasise teaching mathematics as ……..
Ability of a child to write a number, draw straight lines and make an arc or a circle, belong to which of these domains?
A scheme of work is outlined
A unit plan of learning is refered to as–
A unit plan should have the followinng EXCEPT
A subject diary is a combination of
A unit lesson plan is written before the  — begins
The teacher as a ______should know how to apply various principles of teaching  leading to a change in behaviour of the students
All that this course entails are meant to prepare you for the important _________
The question that the teacher usually asked at the beginning  the lesson is known as ______
Teachers must be able to identify the _________in order to be able to help them.
One out of these folllowing statements is not a disadvantage of Multiple Choice Test
No  teacher  can impart the _____that he has not acquired
It is necessary to keep learners informed of their progress throughout _________
What important tasks did this course prepared you for ?
The evaluation given to the student at the of a course for certification is known as ______
The words displine conote two words _____or ____
Technological change could be induced through the following excerpts
which of the following influences the rate of net migration
Factor the affects peoples behaviour and attitudes is the
Demographic s consists of the following characteristics of people such as
which of the following is not part of the meaning of culture
Business corperate objective is to
Ethics from (Griffin, 2002)  is define as an individual’s personal beliefs about whether  ….. Is right or wrong
Areas of Managerial Ethnics include excerpt
Organizations may exercise social responsibility towards their
International Economic Environment include
An ill prepared teacher will not only embarrass himself but also lose what?
Successful teaching implies________
Instructional Materials are no doubt very useful in _______
_______ is always concerned with regulating or changing behaviour
_________is about teaching and training citizens to become productive  well behaved members of a society
 Who emphasized the importance of effective communication in enhancing good teacher-student relationship
A poorly time  spent in studying could cause the folowing except one
______cannot be successful unless understanding occurs
 It an assumption that if   the   classroom   environment   is  conducive to learning, students will ________perform very well
________are part of the school structures provided by the proprietors
Topics covered in further mathematics include the following, except …..
In 1978, mathematics curriculum was provided for the nation by ……..
When was mathematics taught as arithmetic?
The new curriculum of mathematics emphasise teaching mathematics as ……..
Ability of a child to write a number, draw straight lines and make an arc or a circle, belong to which of these domains?
A scheme of work is outlined
A unit plan of learning is refered to as–
A unit plan should have the followinng EXCEPT
A subject diary is a combination of
A unit lesson plan is written before the  — begins
If a teacher is using democratic methods in the classroom. This means that the teacher is acting the role of_______
When a teacher praises student’s work and make good comments about the student, this means that_______
Another words for an undesirable or obsessive stimulus is called__________
Punishing the student inappropriate on a particular behaviour may eliminate that behaviour, but it may have________on the student
_________is about teaching and training citizens to become productive  well behaved members of a society
It is certain that one cannot  go through_________  without studying
Without__________ the mind of the students will just be wondering far and wide.
Revision exercise when preparing for examination can make the student to_________
Both the teacher and students have significant role to play in ensuring_________in the classroom
_______goes beyond the task of testing or measurement
The  manpower plan is definitely:
Indirect labour in a soap plant is:
Direct labour in a manufacturing project:
Assuming a well behaved demand curve:
An example of capital goods is:
Desk methods are based on:
The major difficulties in forecasting future demand in Nigeria excludes:
The characteristics of quantitative techniques in forecasting excludes:
Time series characteristics do not include:
As regards the population size
In Nigeria secondary schools during the pre-colonial period, mathematics was divided into ……..
When was Universal Primary Education (UPE) introduced?
The Minister of Education that abolished the controversial modern mathematics curriculum in all Nigerian secondary schools is …….
The Mathematics curriculum in the secondary mathematics is ……… and the content are described ………
Mathematics is a very useful tool for ……..
The following are some of parts of a well stated specific behavioural objectives, except ……….
Mathematics is fundamental to the use of ……..
The following belong to the domain of cognitive learning …….
The new curriculum of mathematics emphasise teaching mathematics as ……..
In 1978, mathematics curriculum was provided for the nation by ……..
A project is not
In  practice,  the  confusion in the terms project  and  programme  is that:
The project cycle stages does not include:
Projects may not include:
The new project  ideas is not from:
New project ideas are useful unless:
To eliminate bias, project evaluation should be carried out by:
The factors that may affect the location of projects in Nigeria:
Projects location criteria excludes:
If a company decides to establish its factory very far away from its raw material source, it is not going to
The three way traffic the teacher must bear in mind before him are excepted
 A teacher who fails to evaluate his lesson is not ________.
The method of teaching that involves taking learners on an excursion outside the classroom is called____
The question that the teacher normally asked at the beginning  the lesson is known as ______
One out of these statement, which one is not a disadvantage of Multiple Choice Test
 __________ produces undesirable  consequences for many students such as reduced motivations to learn
It is necessary to keep students informed of their progress throughout _________
_________produces undesirable consequences for many students such as reduced motivations to learn
The evaluation given to the student at the of a course for certification or grading is known as ______
The words displine conote two words _____or ____
Which of the following is not the reason why addition and subtraction did not begin until as late in the 15th century?
Theory of ______ was discovered by Pascal.
Pascal Triangle is used to detemrine______
The first work on logarithm was published in___
How is Napier’s system of logarithm differed from today’s logarithm?
Most theorems discovered by Fermat  is in the area of___
What was the first writing materials ever known?
It is mathematical knowledge that makes other fields to develop beyond ___ level
In ______  the first discovered book was written by Amos, an Egyptian.
At what time was Fermat Prierre’s work published?
For prices effect on demand
Intermediate and capital goods:
An example of  non-intermediate goods is:
In investment  in the manufacture of goods for the  market:
Supply analysis in project analysis tries to:
Measurement of  the  supply  of a  good does not consider:
Fiyinfunoluwa  Nigeria  Limited  wishes to  set  up  a  liquid  soap manufacturing  plant  in Nigeria. Let A = the domestic supply of a good, B = the foreign supply of a good, and C = the export of the good. Then supply equation is:
A requirement in the preparation of a  marketing  plan in industry is not:
In Analysing supply data we should not consider:
The supply analysis does not seek to:
Before the advent of Islamic and Western Education who are the teachers?
Who initiated the young ones to the culture norms, ethics and beliefs of the society
Which of these is NOT a school Based Problems
Who serves as a model and a person to be emulated?
What does TRCN stands for?
For successful teaching/learning processes, the teacher is required to ________ the child and the subject matter
All these are attributes of slow learners except____
_____is usually presented as a list of topics to be covered within a given period
A good teacher must bear in mind all these things before him except______
If we say that majority of learners are of average abilities this means that?
Emotional intelligence (EI) is described as a person’s ability to
In determining whether the behaviour is due to internal or external attribution, we consider three factors namely
The common shortcuts in person perception include but excerpts
Person perception and decision-making can be distorted by biases and errors which includes
Job satisfaction could be measured through
The effect of job satisfaction on work variables include the following excerpts
Organisations should conduct regular surveys to evaluate their employees job satisfaction and address issues that may
An employee being cheerful at customers when she actually feels sad is an example of
One of the disadvantages of emotional regulation
Application of Emotions and moods in organisational behaviour include but
Another words for an undesirable or obsessive stimulus is__________
Punishing the student inappropriate on a particular behaviour may eliminate that behaviour, but it may have________on the student
_________is about teaching and training citizens to become productive  well behaved members of a society
It is certain that one cannot  go through_________  without studying
Without__________ the mind of the students will just be wondering far and wide.
Revision exercise when preparing for examination can make the student to_________
Who emphasise the importance of good health and exercise in the school
______cannot be successful unless understanding occurs
_______ is always concerned with regulating or changing behaviour
_________is about teaching and training citizens to become productive  well behaved members of a society
Organisation do not stand for
Which of this is not Contributions of Adam Smith
Daniel McCallum is not attribute to
Identify the Henri Fayol’s principles of management
Max Weber’s work was on
Some of dominant Models, Underlying Assumptions of classical organisational theory
The major theorists of modern structural organisational theory
Pert of the dominant Model, Underlying Assumptions of non-classical theory
Irving Janis coined the term
Organisational Behaviour are not reinforced
A systematic body of knowldge which may be verified at any time by any person or number of persons under certain conditions is referred to as ………………….
A test that allows candidates to be given enough time to complete all the items on the test before judgement is called ……………. test.
A test that measures an individual’s usual behaviour as he goes about his day to day life is referred to as ……………. test.
The discovery of conditions and factors which determine or cause the occurence of a particular event through the use of experiments, guided observations and testing is known as …
A test that measures a person’s preferences is known as ……………….. test.
The following are classified as tests of Maximum Performance except ……………… test
An objective and standardized measure of an individual’s mental and behavioural characteristics is known as ………………………
A process that involves checking the integration of information on an individual from multiple sources before a valid and reliable judgement can be made is refrred to as …………
Rorschach Inkblot test is an example of ……………..  type of test.
A test that investigates or identifies certain personnality problem areas in order to determine the needed remedy is called ………………… test.
Personality can be measured through
Twins end up sharing significant similarities in their personalities in spite of their being raised by different people, apart from each other
Which of these are not quality of the extravert
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the most widely used instrument for personality evaluation excerpt
These are Big five personality model excerpts
conscientious people (expresses these excerpts …, etc.), have higher job performance in virtually all occupations
Emotional stability has to do with
Other Personality traits that are not in the Big five personality traits
The common shortcuts in person perception include but excerpts
Job satisfaction could be measured through
Positive rights are those rights contained in the ____
In every lawful and orderly society, the lawmakers are always_____
In accordance with the analysis of Gaius Ezejiofor, the term “Isotimia” in relation to fundamental human rights in some ancient Greek city states represents ____
The United States Declaration of independence took place in what year
One of the following scholars introduced the concept of generations into the corpus of human rights discourse
The first generation right known as iberte (liberty) stands for____
The fundamental rights provisions in the 1960 Independence Constitution were contained in what chapter of that Constitution
What section of the Nigeria’s 1999 Constitution contains the provision on Right to Life
The belief ‘that laws are the command of the uncommanded commander’ is a notion expressed by _ school of thought.
_____ is decribed as the regulation of political life within a State by means of a constitution
One of the followinging suggested that attitude is one of the most powerful forces affecting pupils progress
The following are the problems of teachers except
Factors that present problem in teaching and learning of mathematics is\are
Selection of goods cannot be done without considering the following except
Mathematics teaches the economy of the following axcept
Which of these is an example of material for models with transparent material
One of this is not a type of specific method of teaching
_____method helps students interact with learning materials
Which of the following serves as a purpose for group method
 which of this is not an advantage of group method
The 3 domains of instructional objectives are the following except
_____involves identifications of relations and organization in a concept
______is a list of subjects on school’s program meant to be taught to learners
Piaget identified stages of development into the following except
which of the following are the continous process of developing currriculum
_____refers to the authenticity of content to be selected
the following are criteria for selecting curriculum content except
Europeans started penetrating Nigeria from South by ____
Modern mathematics started in all states by _____
Which of these is/are not the elements of the curriculum
The following are learning activities except
Choose correctly from the statements below; which is compulsory in a daily lesson plan format: I the content itself ii the specific behavioral objectives iii the teaching aids iv evaluation questions
The psychologist that worked on cards to prove his prostulation is
Bruner claimed that learning was based on the following factors except
a child who can arrange a pile of mixed squares and triangle into seprate piles is exercising______
which of the folllowing is not a solution to the problem of implementation of C.A
the imbalance in education that brought about the introduction of no western education in the north is
closure of school, loss of properties, loss of life and academic year is a ____
inability to understand ideas,acquisition of techniques and contents is a ______problem
the first philosopher wa _____
____ sees intelligence as the power of good responses from the point of view of truth and fact
The history of Pyschological testing can be traced to the imperial examination system in
The earliest Phychological tests in the world were in the form of
A characteristic of an individual revealed through recurring behaviours in different situations is known as
The following are method used in Pyschology EXCEPT
Personality test are broadly categorized into two as ___ and ___ tests
The interest and consent of the client should be considered before using a Psychological test
The first standard measurement of intelligence was developed by
The extent to which the results of an evaluation procedure serve the partivular uses for which they are intended is referred to as test
In Pyschological testing, the scores of an individual is usally compared to that of
The European Convention for the Protection of Human rights and Fundamental Freedom was establised in what year
The intentional causing of death by not providing necesarry and ordinary (usual and customary) care is known as____
The Nigeria Police is under the command of the __
The Improper or excessive use or application of force by the Police amounting to brutality on the citizens is known and called_____
The act or practice of terminationg or ending the life of a person suffering from a terminal illness by suspension of any extra-ordinary medical treatment is called___
The following but one are included in the statutory duty of the Nigeria Police
What is the literal meaning of the word Isonomia
Those natural rights which are conferred on every human being by the natural law is widely known as ____
The creation of the Nigeria Police Force is under ___ section of the 1999 Constitution
A state of lawlessness in the society is commonly known as_____
The acquired provinces of Northern and Southern Nigeria were amalgamated in the year 1914 by ____
The Lagos settlement was ceded in the year 1861 to the British by _____
This popular statement, “Power concedes nothing without demand. It never did and it never will” is ascribed to who?
Natural rights were derived from__
In accordance with Karel Vasak’s classification of rights, the third generation right is termed fratenite meaning___
The Common Law originated from which country?
The followings but one are international human rights instruments
One of the following best describes the nature and characteristic of human rights
The fundamental human rights provisions are contained under chapter __ of Nigeria’s 1999  constitution
Right to freedom of movement is one of the fundamental rights of Nigerians. Under what section of the 1999 Constitution can this right be found?
In terms of tests, the ratio of the true score variance to the observed variance is referred to as …………….
Pyschology emerged as a discipline in the late century
Test construction involves the following processes EXCEPT ……………..
In test construction, the objectives and the two-dimensional table that contains the objectives and the content of the behaviour under investigation is known as ………………
The procedure for analyzing clients’ answers or responses to objective test items is called ………………
When there is no variable error at all in a measurement, the reliability value is usually ………….
The formular U+LX100/T is used to calculate the …………………. of a test item.
The test reliability co-efficient for measuring the internal consistence of a test is computed through whcih method ………………….
The following are methods of testing the reliability of a test EXCEPT ……………….
Psychology is the study of behaviour and the processes invoved in changing it as theorized by-
Unconscious thoughts become consscious through the use of these techniques except …..
Introversion-extraversion, stable-unstable and psychotism are dimensions of personality as theorised by …..
Gestalt therapy was developed in the year …..
Everything is good as it comes from the maker of the world (God) but degenerates once it gets into the hands of man is the opinion of …..
Any attempt made by man to manage human or animal conduct for the good of the individual or the common good is known as–
The School of thought that believes that personality is learned and often change acccording to environmental experiences and situations is known as …..
The aim of Science of Behaviour is …..
The process whereby specific cues or signals in the environment are initiated in order to increase desired behaviour is known as……..
According to Locke, Behaviour is learnt through …..
Some techniques for eliminating excess behaviours include … and …..
The Portuguese neurologist introduced modern brain surgery in the year …..
The therapy that focuses on helping clients discover their potentialties and place in the world and  to accomplish self actualisation through self-exploration is known as …..
Which therapy emphasizes the experiencing of emtions during therapy …..
The form of therapy that associates a negative stimulus with another negative stimulus is known as …..
Harry Stack Sullivan developed the therapy known as …..
The drugs that increase the availability of neurotransmitters, norepinephrine or serotonin are known as …..
The most widely used form of cognitive therapy was developed by …..
Modern brain surgery was introduced by a portuguese neurologist called …..
The therapy that integrates acceptance strategies with change strategies is known as …..
Crude brain surgery performed by prehistoric peoples is called …..
A means of changing clients maladaptive behaviours is known as …..
The form of therapy where the client is thrown into the feared object right from the start is known as …..
Any response by an organism that is not directly caused by a stimulus but is freely emitted is called
The type of personality assessment that presents individuals with an ambiguous stimulus and asks them to describe it or tell a story about it is known as…………..
As a man growns, he acquires behaviour based on his daily experiences. This is the idea of……. about behaviour development
The type of personality assessment that presents individuals with an ambiguous stimulus and asks them to describe it or tell a story about it is known as…………..
Electro convulsive therapy is most effective in the treatment of …..
Who defined personality as the dynamic organization within the individual of those psychological systems that determine his charateristic behaviour and thoughts
Painful stimulus which blocks the emission of desirable behaviours are eliminated through the process of………
All except one are techniques used in behaviour therapy …..
The centrality of women’s rights to human rights, and indeed, the inter-linked nature of all human rights, was affirmed by
____ has been decribed as a broad based and diverse movement that seeks to protect and promote the interests of women
One of the followings represents a challenge to women’s rights
The Commission on Status of women (CSW) was established in the year 1946 by the ____
The Declaration on the Elimination of Discrimination against women was adopted in the year____
The Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against women was adopted in the year___
Nigeria ratified the Convention on Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women in what year?
The Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted by a General Assembly resolution in 1989 and came into power in the year___
“A child means every human being below the age of eighteen years”. This definition was offered by
Where a family receives advanced payment from an employer and in turn hands over their child to him, this is described as ____
introduction of creative art in early childhood and primary education is significant in the development of the child’s ____
_____Means a sensitive sense or feelings possess by all keen artists and craftsmen to appreciate beautification depth.
_____is a style of painting done in an unfamiliar or strange form.
_____Means a head drawn with one flat side view.
 Construction of objects is in which stage of scheme of work______
______ is the general assimilation and approval given to any work of art.
According to Robert Shinnshak (2011) “Good art is_______
Art serves as a tool for education, indoctrination and _______
young artist needs to be constantly assessed as he progresses in his ____
 Early childhood art can impact on_____
The Convention relating to the status of refugees was adopted in the year 1951 by which body?
In consideration of child labour ___ sector constitues the greater portion of children labourers
A person who has to flee or leave his or her country of birth or domocile due to fear of persecution is best described as_____
The roots of the modern law relating to the protection of the refugee can be found in the immediate aftermath of the ____
The followings except one are included in the classification of generation of rights
Article 2 of the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees articulates a ‘set of general obligations’ that the refugee owes to the ____
The European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights was signed in Rome in the year 1950 and came into force in ____year
Discrimimnation or violence against women falls under article ___ of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination
The Optional Protocol for the Convention on Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women has two procedures which includes
The European Convention for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment was adopted in the year____
At present, they are ___ different legal systems that apply to marriage
The United Nations Commission on Human Rights appointed a special raporteur on violence against women in which year
The League of Nations Convention Relating to the International Status of Refugees was adopted in what year?
The following but one are the cases decided by Inter-American Court of Human Rights in the exercise of its jurisdiction
The African Human Rights system rests on four treaties. The followings are the treaties except one.
The test for the status of refugee consists of two elements, name them
The Followings but one are counted as prerogative orders
The major factor responsible for the Sudanese civil war is ____
A final decision pronounced by a court or tribunal, which is not subject to appeal and is conclusive of the matter between two parties is called____
The Application for Discovery, Interrogation, Cross-Examination etc are covered by Order and Rule _____
one of the things young artist needs to learn in introductory aspects of creative art is_____.
scheme of work for creative arts at stage 1 include___________
 Drawing and colouring of shapes is in which stage of scheme of work for creative arts_____
 Early childhood arts can have significant positive impact on parent child relationships and on engaging families in further arts and
____should be in application of methods to enhance performance.
____are inexhaustive, but an understanding of some of them will enhance general appreciation of art.
Early childhood arts can help develop intrinsic human qualities such as creative expression, identity, culture and ____
Creative art helps children understand other subjects much more clearly from mathematics and_____
______education plays a pivotal role in the educational cum national development
 the following factors affect teaching of creative art in early childhood and primary education except
The definition of Tax as ‘a fee charged by a government on a product, income or activity’ was offered by____
In his book, The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith described the ingredients of taxation as_____
The following but one are the major importance of taxation
The British government under lord Lugard introduced the first Income Tax Law in Nigeria in the year____
One major shortcoming of the Direct Taxation Ordinance of 1940 was____
The earliest known form of taxation was______
Where a tax is demanded from one person in the expectation and intention that he shall indemnify himself at the expense of another, it is called__tax
Where taxation is classified or categorised based on the mode of payment of the tax, it will be either __ or ___
The form of tax in which the structure is such that the percentage of the tax rate paid becomes smaller as the value of the property taxed increases  is_tax
The two components of every tax system are __ and __
 Creative art experiences in early childhood can lead to formation of well rounded personalities with better _____
_____is a modelled performing figure which can make a display and movements.
______is the point at which all lines converge in a landscape drawing
____should be in application of methods to enhance performance.
 Early childhood arts can have a strong impact on children’s _______
  Instrument for spraying paint, propelled  by compressed air is known as_____
creative art is about preparing  young minds for a _________
 Research has shown that creative art is relevant to the development of the child and ____
in order to support early childhood practice, there should be no room for any gap between policy development and
one of the obstacles confronting the teaching of creative art is_____
One of the following is a leading charecteristic of a normal basis period of assessment in taxation
In taxation, a businessperson can be looked at as a sole proprietor or____
Section___ of the Personal Income Tax Act provides for the steps for the assessment of the total income of individual persons
The accounting profits (that is, the total calculated profits) of a company must be adjusted to obtain the actual profit due for tax. This profit is called ___
The following factors except one must be considered before arriving at taxable profit
Tax concessions or deduction has been adjudged as veritable tool or measure adopted in developed countries to____
The grant of a pioneer status to a company gives such company a preferred position in getting itself established. This grant is usually in form of____
Which section of the Personal Income Tax Act provides for deductible income in the processes of determining the assessable income?
In Sec.__, in ascerting the profits or loss of a company for any period there shall be deducted the amount of donation it made to any fund or institution in Nigeria
The followings but one are the objectives of deduction allowance
In order for a child to comprehend a word/phrase, he must be able to associate it with all but one of these
The system of using sounds/words to communicate our thoughts/feeling to others and vice versa is
One of these advocated that human beings are endowed with innate language learning  devices
An individual’s innate ability present to learn and understand is called
One of these believe that the environment triggers language acquisition
Babies acquire speech sounds from
Which group develop speech without understanding its purpose
When does language literacy in Mathematics begin in children
The best approach to teaching reading is
The ‘Ife six year primary school project’ demonstrates the effectiveness of using one of these as child’s first medium of instruction
In the interpretation of tax laws, income tax law is to be interpreted how?
The functions of the Federal Inland Revenue Service are provided by section__ of the Federal Inland Revenue Service Act
The Local Government Revenue Committee was established under the PITA by Section
The person upon whom tax is assessed and from whom tax is collected is best described as___
Taxes chargable to company are assessed under the_____
Another name for Statutory Total Income is_____
Income derived from rent, dividends, royalty, discounts is known and called unearned income. What is another name given ti this type of income?
The period of business activity to be taken into account in determining the tax liability of a chargeable person in a particular year of assessment is called____
Abnormal period of assessment applies in the following situations except one
Those relevant bodies/agencies constituted by either Federal, State or Local Government for purpose of assessing and collecting taxes for govt are called__
Literacy does not entail the ability to
The ability to read is dependent on being able to see and distinguish the differences among words on a page. This is called
The approach where the whole class is given the same book and a child reads at a time is
A child’s level of intelligence is a factor that can influence
Drama is a natural activity for children. To them, it is like
 Any device, material, objects which help pupils to learn is
According to Chomsky, language use is
Who advocated that children acquire language through reinforcement  and rewards
At the initial stage of acquisition, children always do one of these to language rules
Labeling, writing laboratory reports, nature walks are ways of enriching a child’s
Which authority defined tax as ‘a compulsory extraction of money by a public authority for public purposes’?
__defined tax as a monetary charge on a person’s or entity’s income, property or transaction usually collected by defined authority at Fed and state levels
Mention the two theories used in categorising tax
The form of tax system in which the percentage of the tax rate remains the same as the tax base increases is known as____
The following except one are the disadvantages of proportional tax system
Identify which is not among the advantages of regressive tax system
One major limitation or disadvantage of direct tax system is___
one of the following statements is true about indirect tax system
The most significant aspect of taxing power is that such power must be____
Who can impose tax?
The approach where pupils blend individual letter sounds and groups of sounds to form words is
 Another name for good language development essential for effective reading development is called —
The following activities Except one can be used to encourage pupils to practice listening and speaking
Speaking and listening  are one of these
What is the first thing  a child should be encouraged to do when learning to write
The name given to the learning of language for comprehension and production is
The first sign of contentment made by babies is called —-
Language is not a prerequisite to establishing
The individualized reading approach is based on three characteristics of children. Pick the odd one
Which of these should a teacher do first to create an atmosphere that would show reading as useful and enjoyable
Hicks Philipson and Louis Chick Commissions were set up to make recommendations on sharing of taxing power between regions and Fed Govt. Name the years
A Commission report was also submitted in 1958 with proposals on the division of taxing powers between tiers of Govt. Whose commision was that?
The most important factor that determines the division of taxing powers in a country is the___
The taxing power of the Federal government is spelt out in section ____ of the 1979 constitution
The Federal taxing power is more explicitly stated in section 4(2) of the Constitution and the items outlined therein are called the____
Name the two major taxing problems in Nigeria
Nigerians evade and avoid tax on the following reasons except one
The act or practice of paying only the smallest amount of tax a tax payer legally has to pay is described as_____
__has been described as as a criminal way of avoiding tax
The following except one are part of taxation problems in Nigeria
The statutory solution to tax avoidance can be found in which section of Personal Income Tax Act (PITA)?
The tax you pay on things that you buy especially those that you bring into a country is called___
Stamp duties may be specific or ___
Stamp Duty Act is divided into how many parts?
The form of adjudication process which enables the correct amount of duty to be determined is referred to as____
Failure to stamp a document is not an offence, and an instrument not properly stamped is nevertheless effective. Which case lends credence to this ascertion?
Excise duty has been defined as “any duty other than export duty of customs imposed on any goods manufactured in Nigeria”. Which law offered this definition?
Another name for “tax exemption” is____
The allowance allowed in arriving at the chargeable income for tax purposes only in respect of earned income is known and called____
In the personal tax exemptions and relifs, the followings are included except one
_____ is charged with enforcing all the environmental laws and regulations in Nigeria.
It took Nigeria _________number of years to embrance the 1972 Stockholm Conference on Human Environment.
The law that does not deal with environmental law is ………………….
______ is not content of environmental law in Nigeria.
_______ is not a source of environmental law.
The major effort towards combating the menance of environmental pollution started in______

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