NAUTICAL SCIENCE PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

NAUTICAL SCIENCE PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

problems face by maritime administration in Nigeria

Chapter one Introduction Background of the study The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Economic and Country report shows that Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa with GDP of $413 billion in 2017. Yet, it trails far behind many smaller economies in Africa in terms of ports and maritime activities. For instance, Nigeria’s maritime sector contribution …

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IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL SHIP AND FACILITY SECURITY CODE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1  Background of the study Maritime transport is generally regarded as an important facilitator of world trade, permeating all national and international boundaries. More than purely a facilitator, maritime transport is also a significant exportable service in many countries and in the process contributes directly to national gross Domestic product (GDP). In …

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PORT SECURITY

CHAPTER ONE 1.0    INTRODUCTION The term security refers to the conditions of safety or feeling safe from danger. This concerns the defense, protection and preservation of fundamental values ​​and the absence of threat to acquired values. Similarly, security is defined as the defense, police and intelligence functions of states, and the management of threats to …

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EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING DISASTER MANAGEMENT AMONG STUDENTS SELECTED NURSING SCHOOLS IN AKWA IBOM STATE

INTRODUCTIONA disaster is a natural or manmade event that negatively affects life,property, livelihood or industry often resulting in permanent changes to humansocieties, ecosystems and environment. Disasters arise without direct humaninvolvements are known as natural disasters. It can be more severe than manmade. The disasters having an element of human intent or negligence are calledmanmade disasters. …

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The challenges and opportunities of anti-fouling systems

Introduction1.1 BackgroundIn 2016, a total volume of seaborne trade expanded to reach 10.3 billion tons; this waspredicted to increase to 10.6 million in 2017. Furthermore, the annual prediction between2017and 2022 was estimated to be a 3.2 percent annual growth rate (UNICTADE, 2017).Recognizing that ships are the most cost-effective mode of transport in terms of movinglarge …

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Nigerian Naval Academy : assessment into an expanded education role to satisfy the future demands of the maritime industry

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTIONThe Naval Academy in Nigeria is the unique national institute in charge of the education for both Merchant Marine and Navy cadets. Not only did economic aspects and government historical decisions make this possible, but also homogenous duties related to safety at sea and marine pollution prevention from ships. The art of navigation, …

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Challenges of recruitment and retention of qualified maritime educators in maritime academies in Nigeria

RECRUITMENT, RETENTION AND FLUCTUATION5.1 Maritime education as careerAs discussed in Chapter 3, maritime educators come from different backgrounds.Like any other profession, as the title implies the specialisation is derived from theexpertise of people who has maritime background. What calls them into theprofession and what makes them leave is the main object in this chapter.Although the …

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Assessment of Women in the Maritime Industry in Nigeria

DIFFICULTIES AND HINDRANCES FOR WOMEN2.1 Gender discriminations; societal viewsWomen working in a non-traditional job may encounter special problems because of thefact that they are “women” in a man’s world.For example, looking at seafaring, it could be that perhaps some men traditionally havegone to sea to get away from women, or expect women to stay at …

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THE IMPORTANCE OF SHIPPING TO THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA 1976-2006

CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION1.1 BACKGROUNDShipping has for a long time been recognized as one of the strong catalysts for socio-economic development. Back in 1776, Adams Smith noted that ’’A business working in a country town without links to the outside world can never achieve high levels of efficiency because its small market will limit the degree of …

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Impact of performance effectiveness of the landlord port of Nigeria

2.2    PORT ORGANISATIONS Although port major aims are identical in reality the tasks and functions are organised and distributed differently in different countries, sometimes in different ports of the same country.  Basically these dissimilarities are a necessity of differing degree of cargo handling.  Thus, Baudelaire (1986.123) asserts that selection of a particular status is influenced …

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