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 The primary objective of this study is to analyse manpower development in Nigeria, ‘Staff Development and Training; to seek general improvement and modification of employees’ skills, techniques and procedures to carry out assigned task in accordance with organizational standards. This study is directed towards the evaluation of modalities and problems of development of manpower in ANAMMCO. Data for the study were collected from two principal sources. Primary sources of questionnaire and interview, Internet and secondary sources which are books, journals and newspaper. Among other things, the result of the study showed that the organization have developed programme which could be improved on. Major findings include: that ANAMMCO provides training and development programmes for both new and old employees. The major recommendation is that every training and development programme should not be less than one month. In conclusion training and development is necessary for any organization that want to survive. 
 The development of indigenous manpower to serve as the propelling force for national growth and development is no doubt a key to Nigeria’s socio-economic and political development (Ake, 1909). This is quite indispensable considering the argument of the concept of transfer of technology as a propelling force for the development of the developing countries of which Nigeria is one (Ake, 2001). However, it is important to state that the lack of adequate emphasis on manpower development as tool for development in Nigeria on the part of government as well as the organized private sector could not be far fetched. From the lack of understanding of both the concept and methods for manpower development in a post-colonial Nigerian State, in which due process of human resource development for national growth was distorted by colonialism with the attendant negative orientation that was injected into political leadership (Ekpo, 1989). Thus manpower development became an elitist design that was geared to favour capitalist mode of production in which labour was relegated to the background, one could therefore argue that there were distortions in both the concept and method of manpower development in the Nigerian state as it was oriented towards serving capitalist interest. This no doubt account for the discrepancies in the educational system, a mechanism designed for manpower development meant to serve national interest. Conversely, the focus of this paper is not geared towards unfolding the distortion of colonialism on manpower development in Nigeria rather it is geared at understanding the operational concepts by looking at the divergence and compatibility between the concept of manpower development and development of manpower, the common methodological perspectives for manpower development in

Project detailsContents
Number of Pages64 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
Chapter summary1 to 5 chapters
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