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|Title: ||Manpower administration: the training and employment of artists; a Case Study of Graduates of College of Art U.S.T. (1977—1987)|
|Authors: ||Edusah, Sampson Enyin|
|Issue Date: ||7-May-1988|
|Series/Report no.: ||1707;|
|Abstract: ||Economic development world over has been associated with technological advancement which depend mainly on the availability and effective utilisation of high – level manpower. The secret:
of the success story of the develop nations has been their abilities to administer effectively their manpower resource, to tap on the ingenuity and hard work of their creative and trained manpower. Their achievement has, therefore, been the result of a systematic programme of co-ordination between manpower development and manpower administrator.
The same cannot be said of the developing nations where the result of haphazard development and management of manpower has been the unacceptable overproduction and under-production of different skilled manpower resulting in under-utilisation and over-utilisation of human resources, This Thesis is, therefore, an attempt to research into such lapses in the Ghanaian situation using the output of College of Art as a case study.
The main research method employed is the Descriptive Analysis case study approach. The research instruments used are Questionnaire d Interview. The scope of the research covered the Graduate and Diploma Outputs e the Collage of Art, U.S.T., Kumasi over a decade (1977-1987). The sample population totaled four hundred and twenty (420) persons.
The Report in presented in seven chapters as follws: Chapter One
This is the introductory Chapter which de.als with, the problem and its setting.
This Chapter surveys the related literature.
Thin Chapter is in two parts. The first part takes a look at cha history of College of Art in particular and the development of the University of Science and Technology in general. The second part deal with the administration of the College. Chapter Four
The Entry Requirements and programmes of study of College of Art are presented in thin Chapter,
This Chapter deals with the general procedures used in getting the research completed.
The Analysis and Interpretation of field data obtained during the survey have been presented in this Chapter.
This is the concluding Chapter and it deals with the conclusion, suggestions and Recommendations and Summary of the report|
|Description: ||A thesis submitted to the Board of Postgraduate Studies, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the Degree of Master of Arts in Art Education, 1988|
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