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THE IMPACT OF MANAGING RURAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INDUSTRILIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF AWGU LOCAL GOVERNMENT (AREA)

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ABSTRACT

  This    research   work   scrutinized the  impact   of    managing  rural  development  through  industrialization.   Rural   development   management   is   very   importance as   for us attainment of the development objective   is   concerned,    particularly in   enhancing the organizational productivity.  In    order  to achieve   the   objectives,  the   rural   dwellers  must  be  willing to  offer  their  time  towards  the protection  of  the  development  al   projects  which  will   help  to  increase  the   effectiveness  and  efficiency  of  the  rural  dwellers.  Development   in   the   rural   areas has   to be identified   in the said employments. the  local  government  in  the  collaboration  with  the  employers   can  then  decide  on   the   development   pattern   for them  and  instructions  introduced   to   start  up  the   program   so   as  to   ascertain   if   the  program  has   achieved  the  objective  of  which  it  was  conducted. The developmental plan should also be    evaluated.

TABLE   OF    CONTENTS

CHAPTER   ONE

  INTRODUCTION

1.0   Background   of the   study                                     

1.1   Statement    of problems                                          

1.3   Purpose of   the    study                                            

1.4  Scope of   the study                                                    

1.5 Research   question                                                      

1.6 Significance of    the    study                                       

1.7 Imitations of    the   study                                          

1.8 Lack of adequate data                                                    10

Definition of terms                                                             

Reference                                                                 

 CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW                                              

2.1 Historical  background of Awgu local  government 

2.2  Industrialization in Awgu local  government  council  

2.3 Advantages of industrialization 

2.4  Problems associated with industrialization in  rural

 Area   

2.5 Management  rural   Industrialization

CHAPTER THREE

3.0 RESEASRLH  METHODOLGY   

3.1  Source  of   data   

3.2  Area  of  the   study

3.3  Population  of  study   

 

 

3.5 Instrument   for  data   collection

3.6   Validation  of  the  instrument 

3.7   Reliability  of  the   instrument

3.8   Method of  data  collection

3.9   Questionnaire  administration

3.10  Interview   method  

3.11  Method   of  data   analysis    

CHAPTER FOUR

Data presentation and analysis

4.1Presentation of data

4.2 Analysis of data

4.3 Testing of hypothesis

Reference

CHAPTER  FIVE

5.1 Result   Finding 

5.2  Conclusion

5.4  Recommendations 

 Bibliography

  QUESTIONNAIRE 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1    Background to the Study

In   1976, a   uniform system of   local   government was introduced, the primary motive is to take development   direct from   the centre to the   people at the same reforms (1970:1) describe local government as a tool for rural development.

                Some of these motives are the conscious attempt of the federal government to involve people in the management of their rural affairs through which the human and material resources of the rural dwellers can be effectively mobilized tapped and advanced into industrial process.

        Since Nigeria started existing as a nation development has been taking place especially in the urban areas.  For the fact that the man often creates for what is good, it is often that people usually rush to urban areas where there are provision for the comfort and welfare of man by way of social amenities and the infrastructures provisions.  This are often of people is necessitated by the fact that rural areas are often neglected on terms of development but those who rush to develop (urban_ areas been to have forgotten that there’s every need to develop the area because they are the base, the beginning and also terminals destinations.

    Odenigwe   1976:4  postulated  that  the  rural   subjection of the economy is endowed with abundant  natural  resources   unharnessed  for  this   to     be   increase would required integrating rural people in the rural development exercise through the provision of small scale industries of different types.  He defines industrialization as an integrated process of developing industries.  That means different thing to different people and circumstances.  Pic (1968 )  stated  that   industrialization  embraces  the  means  by  which  man  controls  or  modifies  his  natural  environment.  It is that great growth enquires change.  Industrialization is the major means of people adjusting to environment to satisfy their various and desire.

        Industrialization is of course an application of    practical or mechanical.     Science  to industry’s  commerce,  it  is a  technical  know-how,  scientific   ideas,  information,  body   of  knowledge  or  material  or  goods   and services  capable of  being  systematic  and  sequential  in  the generation communicable   and   adoptable to  application  in  a  given  adoptable to application in a given economic,   political, social   and  machine used   by   man  to   manipulate his  development to  satisfy  his  basic   tools,   it is  not  this  platform  that  the  subject   matter managing  rural  development  through  industrialization  was  draw.

       In   managing  rural   development   the  basic  role of  management  is to  plan,  organize   direct  and  control ,  it  is  our  collective   view  that  managers  lead   other  than  plan,   manpower   rather    than  direct,  pattern  rather  than  organize  and  access  rather  than  control.  The  effectiveness   of  management   arises  from  leadership  effort  towards,   the  simultaneous  creation  of  a  cooperative  and  learning  organization   of  facilitate  the  implementation  support  rural  and  national  development organization survival and effective   utilization. 

1.2   Statement   of the Problem

 

      One   of  the   main   reasons   for  creating   local  government   is to  bring   development  very  close   to  the   people    in   the  rural  area .   Unfortunately, the noble   objective   is the not   being   put   into   practice   or being really   actualized.

      It is therefore suspected that our industrialization  process   is   characterized  by   lack   of   infrastructure and   intensive   use   of   human   labour,   obsolete  technologies,  the   consequence  of  these  or  grovelass of  control  our  decisions  on  what   technology  to   import,   low   level   of   local  initiative   in  indigenous   scientific  and   innovative   capacity  and  perpetuation   of the  cycle  of  poverty   among   the   rural   people.

      A  number of  approaches  and  program  has   been  proposed  and  implemental  by   the  government  towards reducing  or  eradicating technological   dependence   and  other   associated issues  in  rural  development.   Some  of  the  program  failed  even before  the  implementation  while  some   have   failed   to  yield the  desired   result .  All   the   programs   have   been   based  on the  transfer or  the transfer of technology  from  advance  to  developing  stage.  These   strategies  have  not  work   because  a  lot  of   the  technological  being   transferred   is  not “appropriate”   to  our  environment.

        Policies suffer from ineffective implementation principle because it has no inbuilt.  Capacity to address wrong implementation.  This is our experience or industrialization.  Failure of local government in Awgu to provide enabling process is a source of worries to rural dwellers stimulating doubts in the or such programme this has distributed.  The mind of the researcher and the question is: how do we manage rural development through industrialization.

1.3 Purpose of the study

1.   Determine the factor initiating against rural development.

2.   To identify the important of industrial development in Awgu local government.

3.   To ascertain whether industrialization promotes human and material resource development.

4.   To identify the possible ways of solving the problems facing rural development and industrialization.

1.4 Scope of the Study

   The   scope  of  study  is  the  research   boundary,  the   scope  is  on  rural  development,   and  how  it  can  be  managed  through  industrialization  process. The focus area   is  Awgu  local  government   area  of Enugu    state.   The  study is  to   identify   factors militating  the  provision   of  rural  infrastructures   and  enabling  environment for   business  to   flourish.

1.5       Research Questions

     In an attempt  to  diagnose  and  identify   the  causes   or factors that either hinder or encourage rural   development in Awgu local government area, the  following   would  serve   as   research  question:

1.     Are there factors limiting against rural development?

2.     What are the important of industrialization development in Awgu local government areas.

3.     Does industrialization promote human and material resource development?

4.     What are the solutions to the problems facing rural development and indoctrination in Awgu local government areas?

 

 

1.6 Significance of this Study

   This study is beneficial to the society, investors, and rural dwellers and to the researcher.  The  study  has  expanded our knowledge, it has  increased our research  skills  beside  the above study was conducted in part of partial   requirement for  the award  of  Higher National   Diploma  in the deportment of public administration,  institute  of   management   and  technology ( IMT) Enugu  on the  part    of the  students  we   have  no   doubt  that  the study  would  be  of   immense   important  to students  who   may  wish  to  conduct  a  future  research  on   the  subject   matter,    it   would  serve  as  a  reference  material  coming  on   the   side of the   rural   dwellers,  it   will   help  in  appreciating   the  depth  of  natural   resources  available  in   rural   setting   is  developed  through  industrialization  process,  it   will  bridge  the   gap   in   rural   urban  migration.

   Finally  the society  as  a   whole  stands  to   benefit  from   the  study,   the   society  is  drawn  from  rural   setting.

     Setting implies development the society.  The implications being that the society standard of living would improve employment will be generated and investment   created  mean wise  policy  makes   through   this   study  would  understand why it is necessary to promote   industrial  project,  they  would  also  understand  that   the   leadership effects are needed   to  pioneer  industrialization   process.

1.8 Definition of   Terms

         Development:  this   is   the level of physical environment, social, political and economic growth or civilization of the people.

i.            Rural   area:   this   connotes   the   interior  or   remote  parts   of   the   local   government   which   the  central  government   wants  to develop  by   creating    local   government.

ii.          Local government:  This   is   third tier   of   government within the state charged with the responsibility of   development and    administration   of   the   people.

iii.        Government :  this   is   the agency   of  the   ruling  class   which   a   charged with   the  responsibility  of  exercising   the  state   powers on  behalf   of   the  people.

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