TMA EDU 713

_________relates to the cultivation of economic trees for the use of man
The environment factors affecting agricultural production in Nigeria can be grouped into __________
_____ land tenure system is land is owned by the inheritance
_____can best be described by the nature of the work performed and the services rendered.
______can either be written or unwritten.
______education in Nigerian is the education whihch community handed over to the generation
Basic education is ______for living in conformity with the norms and values of the society.
The history of education laws in Nigeria could be traced to ________
In Nigeria, the Northern protectorate was established in _______
Education is of the item on the _____list
______is a historical record of events that have significant effect on schools activities
Schools are required to keep _____on all children
A good school head must be able to plan the school time table and ensure ______to it.
There are ___________ types of co-operatives based on geographical location
Cooperatives are owned by _______
Admission fee can NOT be a source of reserve
___________ preside over of meetings
There are ___________ co-operatives based on function performed
Organizations usually established by Government through act of parliament are called _______
________ co-operatives do not perform all functions for their members
__________co-operatives society is  formed to producegoodsandservice for members
_______ is an association of persons usually of limited means who have voluntarily joined together to achieve a common economic end
_______ mostly formed by a number of secondary Co-operatives.
__________ funds are created and maintained within the Co-operatives business enterprise as a form of security against any unforeseen circumstance
The type of reserve that require that they be created irrespective of members’ feelings is called________
_________takes charge of all money received by the society from members and other sources
We have ________ types of reserves
Co-operatives are trade unions
___________ approach attempts to define co-operatives in terms of values, ideologies and overall economic and social goals
Minimum of  two persons must come together to establish _________ business
__________preside at all meetings
There are ________ types of producer co-operative
Co-oprative _________ emphasizes the supremacy of the Co-operatives over everything else
The Co-operatives effect can be either _________ or _________
There are ____________ criteria for comparing co-operatives and other business organization
_______is capital raised within the Co-operative
Those capital that are for payment of salaries is called _____
There are ____________ approaches to cooperative
Different levels of economic development take ________extreme forms
Agricultural cooperative society are societies usually formed by ______
Bye laws are the __________ with which the society will be managed
People join co-operatives because of external pressure
Existing Co-operatives institutions can also be promoters
___________is a written document setting out the activities, times and budgets required to meet a set of goals.
__________  refer to organized collective activities to bring about or resist fundamental change in an existing group or society
_________process involves the coordination of hitherto isolated sectorial and zonal development programmes.
The following are problems of rural areas in Nigeria except
 There are ________ stages of planning process
Reformist approach emphasize on the __________ change of the rural farmers
Development of accessible financial institution is  an objective of rural finance. TRUE OR FALSE
Absence of industry, medical institutions and research centres are indicators of a _________settlement
Three types of criteria generally define a rural society
The production of food and other raw materials is a basic function of _________societies
Projectdesign is NOT a stagein planning
___________ is end-of-programme evaluation
__________ is the livewire of any project
Rural ____________ encompasses the financial side of almost all economic processes of rural areas
___________ society is its custodianship of natural resources
Cooperative ___________ have been accepted as self help activities
_________help is a way of helping oneself through the help of the fellow men working together
_____________refers to remote or isolated location, various other perceptions can be detected
There are _________ approaches to community modernization
The number of inhabitants can be used to define a rural area
___________ are noted for bringing into existence some amenities that will make life meaningful to the rural communities
Youth clubs are NOT self help organizations
One striking feature of the __________ is that the members are usually resident in the urban areas
The population usually referred to as _________ are physically strong, mentally alert and progressive in thought
Rural areasare characterised by harmful traditional practices.
The ___________ approach development therefore emphasizes the participatory involvement of farmers in reforming the rural areas
The structural transformation of rural communities is attained through what is known as _________ Reforms
A good rural development programme should be based on the effective use of local resources
__________ means that any rural development programme should be such that helps and supports the rural dwellers but does not make their livelihood 100% dependent on the programme
Increase in per capita income is a rural development index
Demonstration is  a media of propagating cooperative education
 _________ is the meticulous check of the books and records of a Cooperative Society.
The law of the country protects the cooperative society
 How regular a member is at meetings is recorded in_______
A _________ is the meticulous check of the books and records of a Cooperative Society.
 To control what is going on in the society  we can use ________________
Cooperative Federation of Nigeria (CFN) is an example of __________ cooperative
Cooperative _________ is like an instruction manual
_______ dissolution can occur if cooperative society is involved in a political or religious activity in a way that causes intolerable trouble
Computer does NOT minimizes error and inaccuracy
___________document is the loan agreement between the society and the borrower and serves as a legal document to be used by the society if there is any problem on the Loan in future
Control forces effective planning
________of cooperatives may be defined as all the means by which a Cooperative Society can be assisted to keep its affairs in order
Cooperative _________ is all activities that are involved in guiding and directing the activities of Cooperatives
We have ______-minute books
Cooperative Societies are exempted from paying taxes on their surplus
The registration of a society renders it a ________
Education of officers of the society is NOT a duty of the cooperative assistant
 ______________is an accounting spreadsheet program that enables users to organize sales history data
__________ is a book that records the name of loan beneficiaries
The secretary is an officer of the cooperative society
Teaching the officers is NOT an  activity of cooperative field manager
________ is  referred to as book of original entry
The_________credit limit is the highest loan a member can be given in the society.
The work of the auditor is normally divided into ______ part
Automatic dissolution does NOT occur if the membership of a cooperative Society fall below ten
_____ is a book which records the number of members in the society
Economic survey report  is NOT neccessary for the registration of the society.
The educational duty of cooperatve assistant is to ________ groups
Voluntary dissolution can occur If members have lost interest completely in the affairs of the society
_____________ is a process of bringing about desirable change in human behaviour
_________convince their peers to adopt new practices
Case studies encourage  analytical thought in the students
Agricultural development programmes were NOT adopted in all states of the Federation
Ad-hoc policy is also called _________
 _________training is acquired by the rural people through extension education and training
The bandwagon effect is NOT a factor that causes attitude change
There exist some private extension programmes to promote the practice of agriculture
Opinion ________ are individuals whose ideas and behaviours serve as a model to others
There is ________ influence of the federal government on extension services
Television is also known as
________can demonstrate as well as talk
_______________ at a disadvantage in the rural areas because of the relative high cost
Management is often described as a ____________
The essence of __________ is to achieve a goal
 _________ is the ability to mobilize human and material resources towards achievement of organizational goals.
Every human being belongs to one __________ or the other
 In Nigeria, there are main categories of Educational Administration
 The Essence of  Leadership is ___________
__________ is the type of Leadership that works by the book
Towns, Cities, States and the country comprise different ____________
The Introduction of Western education in Nigeria could be traced back to ____________
 The First instance supervision is a concept that emanated from the ___________tradition
Projected financial statement enable financial institutions to study
A projected financial statement of an organisation shows
A projected cash flow statement is
A project initiator has to distinguish between credit sales and cash sales so as to avoide
Sensitivity Analysis is a concept in project evaluation which seek to
A  normal projected cash flow statement  reconstructed to accommodate the likely hood of a worse market is know as
The balance sheet or Statement of financial position is a very important ducument
The balance sheet has two main sides, namely
The traditional criteria for project evaluation are
Major disadvantage of the traditional method of project evaluation is
Television is also known as
________can demonstrate as well as talk
_______________ at a disadvantage in the rural areas because of the relative high cost
Peer pressures can influence people’s attitude concerning adoption of innovation.
Filstrips are also known as _________
_________are methods of extension teaching which appeal to many who desire to go places and see things
________ is  the ability to achieve result or attain a predetermined goal
Content of communication is a yardstick for selecting the channel of communication
The major provider of public sector agricultural extension services is ____________
t is their duty of _________ to educate farmers and provide them with inputs
Communication media can be a cause of attitude change
________ are also known as projected visuals
________ should supplement and not replace other communication methods
Extension service helps to update farming technologies
There are ________ main types of planning
____________ deals with disseminating information to the target audience on time
A good plan should be realistic and capable of implementation.
Radio, also known as ___________
_________ begins with the establishment of objectives
Sustainable Agricultural and Rural Development is the integration of the food, population, and ___________nexus
_________ account contains information such as balance of credit carried forward, interest in shares, allocation to reserves, bonus on business
Placement is also referred to as _____
Lorries, tankers, passenger buses, cars are examples of _______ transport
The bye law of the society spells out the way the producers cooperative should be managed in accordance with its __________ .
External relations of producers cooperative may be looked at in ____ different ways
Cranes and ___________ are examples of internal transport
_________ is the basic function of management
The supervisors  act as a protection for the other _________
________includes establishing performance standards which are of  based on the companys objectives.
The cooperative that specializes in the recycling of various materials is__________
This account shows the balance of profit carried forward from the previous year
________ means the right of a superior to give order to his subordinates
_________ side of the balance sheet shows what the cooperative owns in the way of property or money
________refers to the process of setting a price for a product
______ transport is responsible for receiving raw materials from the suppliers
_____ chain refers to the chain of superiors ranging from top management to the lowest rank
Open membership is a principle of cooperative
________ orientation is chiefly concerned with the quality of product
Division of labour is  a principle of management
Farmers cooperative is a kind of producers cooperative
In private corporations business is owned by
 In producer cooperatives voting is by____
Managers should  be fair and impartial when dealing with employees
__________refers to the need of managers to ensure and develop morale in the workplace
A good manager does not need knowledge of cooperative methods
_______ must have accounting knowledge
Liability side of the balance sheet shows what the cooperative  _________in the way of property or money
There are ______ functions of management
_________sources are sources for which data are gotten newly
A cooperative owned and democratically controlled by its worker-owners is called _________ cooperative
Management is often described as a ____________
The essence of __________ is to achieve a goal
 _________ is the ability to mobilize human and material resources towards achievement of organizational goals.
Every human being belongs to one __________ or the other
 In Nigeria, there are main categories of Educational Administration
 The Essence of  Leadership is ___________
__________ is the type of Leadership that works by the book
Towns, Cities, States and the country comprise different ____________
The Introduction of Western education in Nigeria could be traced back to ____________
 The First instance supervision is a concept that emanated from the ___________tradition
Management is often described as a ____________
The essence of __________ is to achieve a goal
 _________ is the ability to mobilize human and material resources towards achievement of organizational goals.
Every human being belongs to one __________ or the other

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