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Prof. Chris Chizor Chukwurah

Professor
Vocational Education
churah2006@unical.edu.ng

Prof Chris Chukwurah is the Dean of Faculty of Education. He is of the Department of Vocational Education, University of Calabar: full product of University of Nigeria Nsukka, where he bagged of his degrees. He is a Professor of Business and Marketing Education, Specializing in Business Education, Marketing Education and Entrepreneural Education for Research. Visiting Professor in many Universities among others are: 1. University of Nigeria, Nsukka 2. Rivers State University of Technology, Port Harcourt. Benue state University, Makurdi. Prof Chris Chukwurah is happily married with children.

CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2008). Business education and human resources development and utilization in Nigeria: South African Journal of Education Leadership and Management.1 (1)-27-33. - SOUTH AFRICA


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2007). Computer education in Nigerian secondary school curriculum: A case study of Cross River State, Nigeria. The International Journal of Learning. 14, (3)-171-175 - AUSTRALIA


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2010). Globalization, entrepreneurship and teacher education in Nigeria: challenging role of vocational educators. International Journal of Management in Education (IJMIE), 4(4)-369-375 - SWITZERLAND


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2009). Influence of information and communication technology on consumer purchasing behaviour in Calabar Urban. International Journal of Education, Economics and Development (IJEED). 1,(1).96-102 - SWITZERLAND


CHUKWURAH, C. C. and Ojuah M. U. (2010). Quality assurance in the assessment of student’s academic performance in Nigeria Universities. The global studies Journal, 1(2) 57-65. - CALIFONIA

CHUKWURAH, C. C (2010). Utilization of indigenous communication strategies in promoting marketing practices in rural communities in Nigeria. Canadian social science, 6 (6) 217-221. - CANADA

TAWO, R., ARIKPO, A.B; OJUAH, M. U. and CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2010). The role of open/distance learning in the attainment of United Nations millennium development goals in Cross River State. Indian Journal of Open Learning. 19,(1) 23-31. - INDIA

AKAH, U., CHUKWURAH, C. C. and IHEJIAMAIZU, C. C. (2011). Assessment of indices of job satisfaction among nursing staff in Calabar metropolis of Cross River State, Nigeria. Canadian Social Science, 7, (1). 1240129. - CANADA

CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2011). Enrichment of Business Curriculum in a globalized world. Intergrative Human Journal. (12), 89-95 http:www.academia.edu/1831628/integrative human Journal-Ghana-Volume-one-Number-two. - GHANA

CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2011). Access to Higher Education in Nigeria: The University of Calabar at a Glance. Canada Social Science 7, (3), 108-113. http://journals.vaggi.org/browse/index/38?sortorderld=48recordspage=7. - CANADA


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2011). Administration of Non-formal Vocational Education Programme in Nigeria towards meeting the challenges of 2020, International Journal of Education, Science and Public Policy in Africa (IJESPPA) 1(1). http://ijesppaonline.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/volume-1fall-2011.pdf - USA


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2014). Globalization, Technological advances and activities of marketing companies in Nigeria. Asia Journal of Management Science and Education (ALMSE). 3(3), 95-101. http://www.ajmse.leena-luna.cojp/JMSEPDFs/Vol.3(2)AJMSE2014(3.2-12)pdf


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2014). Standards and Quality Assurance in Business Teacher Education and Development in Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Research and Studies. 3(5), 500-510. www.ijirs..com/vol3issue-5/35.pdf - INDIA


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (1997). Consumer education as an obligation for business education. Journal of technology education, 2 (1). 95-102


CHUKWURAH, C. C. 92001). Improving vocational

CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2002). Craft making, creativity and the skill development of the primary school child. A Journal of education Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR). 1(1). 129-138.


CHUKWURAH, C. C. 92001). Improving vocational and technical education to enhance poverty alleviation in the 21st century. African journal of vocational education (AJOVED), 1 (1) 94-105.

CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2002). Craft making, creativity and the skill development of the primary school child. A Journal of education Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR). 1(1). 129-138.


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2006). Improving teaching practice through effective classroom communication. African Journal of Vocational Education (AJOVED), 3(1) 90-104.


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2007). The place of business education in the implementation of universal basic education (UBE) in Cross River State of Nigeria. African Journal of Allied Education (AJAE), 1(1). 28-34


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2007). Exploring small and medium entrepreneurs approaches to creating customer value and satisfaction in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Entrepreneurship and Enterprises Management. 1(1). 42-47


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2007). Vocationalization of business teacher education programmes in Nigerian Universities. Journal of Educational Improvement. 4, (1). 72-80.


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2007). Status of business teacher education (bte) programme in Cross River State. Journal of the national association of science, humanities and education research. 5, (1). N157-161.


CHUKWURAH, C. C. and ABBAH, J. K. (2007). Vision and mission of vocational education in human resources development and utilization in Nigeria. African Journal of Foundations (ajef) 3, (2) 28-67.


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2007). Business education and career opportunity creation in private enterprises in Cross River State, Nigeria. African Journal of educational Foundations. 3, (2) 68-78.


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2010). Retooling instruction in junior secondary school business studies for the information age in Nigeria. Journal of counseling association of Nigeria (CALJOCAN). 4, (4) 57-63.


Okon J. E. Ekanem, E. E. and Chukwurah, C. C. (2008). Entrepreneurial studies and students perception of post graduation job creation ability. A case study of University of Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Education Administration and Planning (NJEAP)-(2).


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (1988). Requirements for the Expectations of Vocational Business Education in the year 2010. Functional Education in Nigeria Towards 2010 A.D. and beyond- Enugu: Cresco Publishers 219-226


CHUKWURAH, C. C. (2004). Consumer education: principles and practice Ushie Printing and Publishing Company Limited.

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1st International Conference on Education and the new world order
1st International Conference on Education and the new world order 1st International Conference on Education and the new world order – 28th -31st October, 2002, Unical. Paper presented: Computer Education in Nigerian Secondary School Curriculum: A case study of Cross River State.
Start: Monday 28th October, 2002
End: Thursday 31st October, 2002
2nd National Conference on Science, Mathematics
2nd National Conference on Science, Mathematics
Start: Friday 28th November, 1997
End: Saturday 29th November, 1997
15th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Vocational Association (NVA) University of Nigeria
15th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Vocational Association (NVA) University of Nigeria, Nsukka 31, July, 2010. Papers presented: (i) Globalization, technological advances and marketing activities: Challenges of marketing companies in Nigeria. (ii) Repositioning Business Education for work skill requirements in an Information and Communication Technology Era.
Start: Saturday 31st July, 2010
End: Saturday 31st July, 2010
The 2nd African Council for Distance Education (ACDE) Conference and General Assembly
The 2nd African Council for Distance Education (ACDE) Conference and General Assembly held in Lagos, from 8-11 July, 2008. Paper presented: (i) The role of open/distance learning in the attainment of United Nations Millenniums Development in Nigeria”. (ii) “Open and Distance learning (ODL) for enhanced vocational skills for sustainable development in Nigeria”.
Start: Tuesday 8th July, 2008
End: Friday 11th July, 2008
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