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Name

Dr. Victor Atah Abanyam

Department

Vocational Education

Designation

Lecturer I

Email

vabanyam.unical.ng


About Dr. Victor Atah Abanyam

Dr. Abanyam obtained B.Sc. (Ed.) in Agricultural Education from the University of Calabar in 1996, M.Ed and Ph.D degrees in (Agricultural Education) from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He joined the University of Calabar as Assistant Lecturer in 2008 and rose to the rank of Lecturer 1 in 2015. Dr Abanyam has held various positions both at the Faculty and Departmental levels. They include Chairman, Welfare Committee for both the Department of Vocational Education and Faculty of Education, Project Coordinator, Department of Vocational Education and currently, the Deputy Coordinator, Teaching Practice Committee in the Faculty of Education. He has also served as a secondary school teacher for over 12 years. While as a teacher in secondary school. Dr. Abanyam served as member, Cross River State, Book Writing and Review Committee where he contributed several agricultural science book chapters for both Junior and Senior Secondary Schools. He has published several articles in reputable journals. He is married with children.


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Abanyam V. A., & Okadi A. O.(2017) Adoption of Environment Friendly Agricultural Practices among Farmers in South-South, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Benchmark, 8(1)69-78
Abanyam V. A., Ajigo I. & Panabi Ugo(2016) Responsibilities for agencies concerned with enhancing Agritourism in Cross River State, Nigeria. African Journal of Vocational Education. Education. 6(1)51-58.
Abanyam V. A., Ajigo I, & Panabi U(2016) safety practices for managing agritourism risks among entrepreneurs in Cross River State, Nigeria. 12(2)178-184.
Abanyam, Friday E., Nathaniel I. E. &Abanyam V. A., (2016): Repositioning Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Entrepreneurship Education for self-reliance in Nigeria. Journal of Association of Vocational and Technical Educators of Nigeria (JAVTEN) formally Nigeria Vocational Association Journal (NVATJ) 21(2), 265-273
Abanyam V. A., & Ben C. B.(2016) Capacity for Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change in Universities Faculities of Agriculture in Cross River State, Nigeria: Michael Okpara University, Umudike, Abia State International, Journal of Education Studies 1, (1), 286-290
Abanyam V. A. (2015) Entrepreneurial Skills require by Retirees for success in Pineapple production enterprises in cross river state Nigeria. Education for today; Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, 11(2), 81- 85
Abanyam V. A & R. O.Mama (2015) Strategic goals, vision and mission for emerging Agritourism Development in Cross River State, Nigeria. Review of Education. Institute of Education Journal, University of Nigeria Nsukka. 27,(1),133-148.
Abanyam V. A., Abayam F. E., Awoli A. E.(2015). Enhancing Public Private Partnership in Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET): The human resources development and institutional practice approaches. Nigeria Vocational Association Journal, 20(1), 11-19
Abanyam, V,.A., Okeme, I. E. & Onabe M. O. (2013) Access and Utilization of agricultural information for improving household food security among rural women in cross river state, Nigeria. Nigerian vocational association journal 18(2), 31-39
Alawa, D. A. &Abanyam V. A (2011). Initiatives for Organizing Farmers for Participation in the Prevention and control of ecological problems in Cross River State, Nigeria. The leajon: 3(1), 53-65
Abanyam, V. A. (2010). Improving the quality of secondary schools Agriculture through Community School Partnership in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian vocational Journal 14 (2), 139-1
Alawa D. A, Abanyam V. A.& Okeme. I. (2010) Competency improvement needs of Teachers of Agriculture in afforestation for effective teaching is secondary schools in Cross River state. Nigerian Vocational Journal. 15 (1),96-105
Okpiliya F.I., Eneji, V.C .O. &Abanyam V. A. (2008). Farming activities and land degradation in Savanna Eco-zone of Cross River state. Journal of agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology. 1 (1), 45-52

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Nigerian Vocational Association (AVA) Annual conference Held at the University of Nigeria, NsukkaImproving the quality of secondary schools Agricultural programme through community - school partnership in Cross River State.2009-11-222009-11-25
Nigerian Vocational Association (AVA) Annual Conference Held at the University of Nigeria, NsukkaCompetency improvement needs of teachers of Agriculture in Afforestation for effective Teaching in secondary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria2010-06-282010-07-03
Nigeria Vocational Association, 21st annual international conferenceAccess and Utilisation of Agricultural Information for improving Household Food Security among Rural Women in Cross River State, Nigeria.2014-08-052014-08-08
4th National Conference of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar Entrepreneurial Skills require by Retirees for success in Pineapple production enterprises in Cross River State, Nigeria2014-09-022014-09-05
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike, first international conference of college of agriculture and science education in collaboration with United Nations Academic Impact, CASE 2015Capacity for Climate Change Adaptation by Faculties of Agriculture in Nigeria Universities.2015-07-122015-07-16
Nigeria Vocational Association (NVA), 23rd Annual International conference Enhancing Public Private Partnership in Technical Vocational Education and Training; The Human Resources Development and Institutional Approaches2015-08-052015-08-08
Institute of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 2015 Annual National ConferenceStrategic Vision and Mission for emerging Agritourism Development in Cross River State.2015-08-252015-08-28
6th National Conference of Faculty of Education, University of Calabarsafety practices for managing agritourism risks among entrepreneurs in Cross River State, Nigeria.2016-09-062016-09-09
25th International Conference Calabar, on Association of Vocational and Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN). Formerly Nigeria Vocational Association (NVA).Repositioning Technical and vocational Education for Post-Oil Boom Economy.2017-01-012017-01-01