Quality Assurance, Relevance and Institutionalization of Continuous Assessment Implementation as Perceived by Lecturers and Students in Nigeria Universities

Adodo Sunday Olufemi


This paper investigated the perception of lecturers’ and students about the relevance and quality assurance of continuous assessments as currently practiced in Nigeria universities. Three Universities and a degree awarding tertiary institution in Ondo state were selected for the study. A total of 240 subjects comprising 104 lecturers and 136 Undergraduates (not below 300) level selected through Stratified random sampling techniques were used for the study. Descriptive statistics and t-test were employed to analyze the hypothesis generated for the study. Results of the analysis shows the quality assurance of the programme implementation in Nigeria Universities. Appropriated recommendations were made based on the result of the finding.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2013.v3n3p253

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