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Prof ANTHONIA NGOZI UMEZULIKE

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Contact Address: ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH, P.O.BOX 10, ALOR
Biography: Tonia is a professor of business education
Faculty/Department/Unit: VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Rank: PROFESSOR
Research Interest: BUSINESS EDUCATION, ACCOUNTING
Educational Qualifications: Ph.D
M.Sc
B.Sc
NCE
Universities Attended: NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA
NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA
NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA
aNAMBRA STATE POLTECHNIC,OKO
Publications: M.ScBusiness educators’ perceptions of the effectiveness of in-service education
Strategies in professional growth of business teachers. Germany: Lambert
Academic Publishing.

Ph.D: Perceived Effective Teaching Strategies for Teaching Accounting in the South-East Secondary Schools in Nigeria. Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing

Text Book
Oranefo, P.C.; Umezulike, A.N.; Ikidih, J.N.; Dibua, P.B.; Aviomi, E.I.; &Nzekwe, A.I. (2015)Financial accounting for tertiary institutions and professional exams. (Rev.ed). Nimo: Rex Charles & Patrick Ltd.

Book Chapters
Umezulike, A.N. (2010). Concept of entrepreneurship in basic entrepreneurship for colleges.
(edited by Obidigbo, I.C.A and Osegbo, I.E). Onitsha: Epic Supplies Industries Ltd.
Umezulike, A.N. (2010). Documentations in basic issues in entrepreneurship for colleges.
(edited by Obidigbo, I.C.A and Osegbo, I.E). Onitsha: Epic Supplies Industries Ltd.
Ile, C.M., Omemgboji, J.N., Udeaja, E.O., and Umezulike, A.N. (2010). Discussion of the findings,conclusions, recommendations, preliminary pages and typing research work in A Hand Book on Research Analysis. Nkpor: Comic Production.
Umezulike, A.N. (2011). Developing entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship in organizations in Introductionto entrepreneurship I (edited by Obidigbo, I. and Osegbo, I). Onitsha: Symac Printing and Design Limited.

Umezulike, A.N. (2011). Entrepreneurial environment in Nigeria in Introduction to entrepreneurshipI. (edited by Obidigbo, I. and Osegbo, I.). Onitsha: Symac Printing and Design Limited.

Umezulike, A.N. (2011). Leadership in Introduction of entrepreneurship 2 (edited by Obidigbo, I.andOsegbo, I). Onitsha: Symac Printing and Design Limit

Umezulike, A.N. (2021). Constraints to effective online teaching and learning business education in the era of covid-19 pandemic in Education in crises situation. (edited by Okigbo, E.C., Okekeokosisi, J.O.C and Joe-Obasi, A.C.

Okoye, A.C. and Umezulike, A.N. (2022). Research in Education: Concepts and classificatio in
Basic research method: Principles and techniques.(edited by Obikeze, N. J.

ONLINE/ GOOGLE SCHOLAR JOURNALS
Umezulike, A.N. and Ile, C.M. (2009). Information and communication technology (ICT)competencies required of business educators for the actualization of vision 20:2020 agenda in Nigeria. African Research Review. An International Multi-Disciplinary Journal, Ethiopia 3(5) 261-274.
Umezulike, A.N. and Ile, (2010) Determining the differences in gender usage of computers in
Nigeria tertiary institutions. African research Review: An International Multi Discipline Journal Ethiopia 4(3b) 301-314
Umezulike, A.N. (2015) Achieving a desirable and sustainable development through adequate
funding of Business Education programme. Business Education Journal 2 (2)83-89.

Umezulike, A.N.; Okoye, A.C. and Okeke-Ezeanyanwu, J.A. (2016). Business education and recoveryof human values in the era of information and communication technologies. BusinessEducation Journal 3(1)181-188.

Umezulike, A.N. (2016). Strategies for developing sound human resource management in tertiary institution for attainment of efficient and effective quality assurance and national development. Online Journalof Arts, Management and Social Sciences (OJAMASS) 2(1) 67-77.

Umezulike, A.N. (2017). Challenges of tertiary institutions efforts in producing reliable and
sustainable graduates entrepreneurs. Business Education Journal 4 (2) 277-288.


Umezulike, A.N. and Okoye, A.C. (2019). Private sectors partner with Nigerian tertiary institutions:The positive way for training reliable and viable business education graduates. Global Journal of Education, Humanities & Management Sciences 1(1) 43-52

Umezulike, A.N. and Amaechi, F.C. (2020).Frauds in business organization: Causes, effects and
Solutions. Online Journal of Arts, Management and Social Sciences (OJAMAS) 5 (1) 14-26

Umezulike, A.N. and Ambakederemo, O.S. (2020). Business education and business
Administration graduates and their chances of employment opportunities. Global Journal
Of Education, Humanities and Management Sciences GOJEHMS) 2 (1) 125- 133

Umezulike, A.N. and Nwagu C.C. (April, 2021) Extent of utilization of whatsapp for enhancing
academic learning by business education students in Anambra State. International
Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 9(4) 116-122.

Umezulike,A. N. and Charles-Ibezim, D. U. (2022). Collegiality teaching strategy: A means of
Promoting lecturers delivery performance for quality assurance. Association of Business
Educators of Nigeria (ABEN) 9 (1) 100 – 106.

Umezulike,A. N. andAmaechi, F. C. (2022). Extent business subjects teachers in Imo State
secondary schools utilize spreadsheet skills in teaching business subjects. Asso. Business
Educators of Nigeria (ABEN) 9 (1) 100 – 106.

Umezulike, A. N. and Ezenwanne, C. R. (2022). The effect of economic in developing sound
Business education in Nigeria. Irish Journal of Educational Practice 5 (5) 45 – 56.

Umezulike, A. N. and Anozie P.U. (2022). The need for curriculum review of Office Technology and Management (OTM) for quality assurance in the polytechnics. Irish Journal of Educational Practice 5 (5) 57 – 66.

Okeke-Ezeanyanwu, J.A.; Umezulike, A.N. and Onyeagba, J.N. (2022). Availability and
utilization of instructional facilities for sustainable implementation of accounting
educationprogramme in Nigerian Colleges of Education. Cross Abroad Multi-
Disciplinary International Journal of Research 1(5) 227-235

Umezulike A. N., Anozie P. U. and Ezenwanne C. R. (2023). Business teacher education: An effective means of providing sound innovation and knowledge transfer for sustainable development.COOU Journal of Educational Research 8 (1)

Umezulike A. N. and Obianuju O. C. (2023). Need for business educators to integrate information and communication technology (ICT) knowledge in the teachings of Business education. Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education & Research 5 (1)

Umezulike A.N. and Anike D. O. (2023). Promoting quality assurance in business education through supervision of instruction in tertiary institution. Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education & Research 5 (1)

Umezulike A. N. and Nweke U. S. (2023). Auditing and Investigation skills required of accounting education graduates for effective job performance in the labour market. Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education & Research 5 (1)

Umezulike A. N. and Okwor N.G. (2023). Mobile learning competencies required of business educators in teaching business education programmes. Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education & Research 5 (1)
Umezulike, A.N., Okoye,A.C.,Ezenwanne, R.c.& Ifaro, P.C. (2024). Qualitative analysis of influence of affective commitment on the performance of administrative staff in tertiary institutions in Anambra State. Integrated Journal of Social Science Humanities and Management Research 3(4),408-415.
Umezulike, A.N., Okoye,A.C.,Ezenwanne, R.C.& Ifaro, P.C. (2024).Navigating knowledge dynamics: The role of tactics knowledge sharing in enhancing administrative staff performance in higher education in Anambra State, Nigeria. Irish Journal of Educational Practices, 7(2),1-10.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Umezulike, A.N. (2014). Achieving a reliable and desirable sustainable national development through adequate funding of business education programme. 14-17 conference proceedings of 26thAnnual conference of Association of Business Educators of Nigeria held at Kwara State University Kwara State, 14th -18th October, 2014.

Umezulike A.N and Okoye A.C. (2015). Private Sectors, partnership with Nigerian tertiary
Institutions: The positive way for training reliable and viable business education graduates. Conference Proceedings of 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference on Global Initiatives for Integrated Development 301-306. Organised by ChukwuemekaOdumegwuOjukwu University, Nigeria; University of Eldoret, Kenya and Kyambogo University, Uganda; held at ChukwuemekaOdumegwuOjukwu University, Nigeria 2nd – 5th September, 2015
Umezulike, A.N. (2015) Business education and recovery of human values. In the proceedings of
Literati Philosophia in conjunction with Eastern Nigeria writers’ forum, 34., held at Olivia
Montage Hotels, Awka, Anambra State. 4th-6th October, 2015.

Umezulike, A.N. (2016) Strategies for minimizing the challenges of teaching and learning of
Business Education programme in Nigerian Universities, 111-123. 2016 11E Global
Conference, sponsored by School of Education University of Riverside, South California,
U.S.A. 18th-19th November, 2016.
Umezulike, A.N. and Okoye, A.C. (2019) Private sectors’ partnership with Nigerian tertiary institutions: the positive way for training reliable and viable business education graduates. Global Journal of Education, Humanities and Management Sciences 1(1) 43-50


NATIONAL JOURNALS
Ndinechi, G.I and Umezulike, A.N. (2005.) Modes of in-service education preferred by secondary
school business teachers. Journal of Vocational and Adult Education 5(1) 86 – 94
Umezulike, A.N. (2005). Effects of in-service education on business teachers. Journal of Vocational and Technical Education 5(1) 12 – 23.

Umezulike, A.N. (2006). Educational policy changes and objectives of Business Education at the seniorsecondary level in Nigeria. Book of Readings School of Education, NwaforOrizu College of Education, Nsugbe 2(2) 47 – 59.

Umezulike, A.N. (2007). Business Education in Nigeria: past, present and future. Journal of Teacher Perspectives 1(1) 122 – 133

Ile, C.M. and Umezulike, A.N. (2007). Poverty reduction through Business Education: Evidence from medium scale entrepreneurs in Anambra State. Business Education Journal 6(1) 7–17.
Umezulike, A.N. (2007). Refocusing business teacher education for relevance and sustainable
national development. Journal of National Association for the Advancement of Knowledge 15(3) 81 – 85.

Umezulike, A.N. (2007). Adequate planning and implementation: A means for controlling 21st
century challenges on Business Education programme at NCE level. Journal of Vocational and Technical Education 6(1) 106 – 116
Umezulike, A.N. and Ile, C.M. (2008). A call for reforming the contents of the four-year Accounting Education programme in Nigeria Universities. Business Education Journal 6(6) 76 – 86.

Umezulike, A.N and Ile, C.M. (2009). The role of business organizations in promoting effective
Business Education in Nigeria tertiary institutions. Business Education Journal 7(1) 194 – 201.
Umezulike, A.N. (2009). Perceived obstacles hindering the use of effective teaching strategies in
teaching Accounting in the secondary schools. Journal of Vocational and Technical Education 7(1) 91-101
Umezulike, A.N. (2009). Problems of poor research work in Business Education in tertiary Institutions. Business Education Book of Abstracts p.39. A paper in programme of the 21st Annual National Conference and General meeting of Association of Business Education of Nigeria (ABEN) held at Abia State polytechnic. Abia State.

Umezulike, A.N. (2009). JAMB and Examination frauds: Its consequences in studying accounting in tertiary institution. NwaforOrizu Journal of Education Research and Development 1(1) 352-359

Umezulike, A.N. (2009). Meeting up the challenges of economic meltdown through effective and
adequate vocational education in women. Journal of Women in Colleges of Education 2(2) 86-94.
Umezulike, A.N (2011). Strategies for sustainable development of entrepreneurship in Anambra
State. Business Education journal 8(1) 95-111.

Umezulike, A.N. (2011) Enhancing Business Education research work for national and sustainable
development. Journal of Teachers’ Perspective 5(3) 323-334.
Umezulike, A.N. and Okoye, A.C. (2013). Emerging challenges of competencies expected of
business educators administrators and supervisors for the attainment of sustainable academic programme in the tertiary institutions. Journal of Vocational and Technical Education 8(1) 6-13
Umezulike, A.N. and Okoye, A.C. (2013). Promoting the stability and sustainability of Nigeria
economy through quality assurance in business education. Association of Business Educators of Nigeria Book of Readings 3(1) 181-187
Umezulike, A.N. (2014). Achieving a reliable and desirable sustainable national development
through adequate funding of business education programme. In ABEN conference proceedings ISSN 2408-4875 1(1) 14-17
Okoye, A.C. &Umezulike, A.N. (2014). Assessment of secondary school business studies teachers
effectiveness in using problem solving and simulation strategies. Business Education Journal 1(3) 64-71
Umezulike, A.N. &Ndinechi, G.I. (2014). Effective innovative teaching strategies for sustainable
development of Business Education (Accounting) programme in the South East secondary school. Journal of Faculty of Education ChukwuemekaOdumegwuOjukwu University, Igbariam Campus (2) (1) 98-104
Umezulike, A.N. (2014). Achieving a desirable improvement in the business teacher education
through adequate teaching practice supervision. Journal of Faculty of Education ChukwuemekaOdumegwuOjukwu University 3(1)120-126

Umezulike, A.N. (2016). The position of business education programme in empowering youths to
meet up with the challenges of 21st century. COOU Journal of Vocational Education and
Research 1 (1)157-163.
Okoye, A.C. &Umezulike, A.N. (2016). Business education and recovery of human values for socio-economic development. ANSU Journal of Arts and Humanities 3(3) 76-81.

Umezulike, A.N. (2016). Perceived obstacles including students’ interest in studying business
education in tertiary institutions in Anambra State. Journal of Arts and Social Science
Education 1(1)64-70.


Ogidi E.C. and Umezulike, A.N. (2017). The effect of e- learning in developing sound Business
education Programme in Anambra State. COOU Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational
Education and Research 2(1) 36-46

Nzekwe, A.I. and Umezulike, A.N. (2018). Effective Planning in Business Education: An option for goal attainment in Nigeria Colleges of Education. COOUJER Journal of Education Research 4(1)

Ikedinma, M.A. and Umezulike, A.N. (2018). Social Media: An effective way for teaching andlearning business education programmes in Colleges of Education in Nigeria.COOU Journal ofEducational Research COOUJER 5(1) 247-258.

Umezulike, A.N. and Ndulue, C.L. (2018). Causes of poor performance of business education graduatesin the labour market. COOU Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education andResearch 3(1) 73-79.

Umezulike, A.N. and Ugwuogo, F.C. (2019). Controversial issue over the removal of shorthand
from business education curriculum. Journal of Educational Research and Development
3(2) 221-229.

PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES/WORKSHOP
Umezulike, A.N. (2005). Business Education and entrepreneurship development. A paper
presented at the Annual National Conference of Association of Business Educators of Nigeria at Multipurpose Hall; federal College of Education (Special) Oyo, Oyo State. 11th – 15th October, 2005
Umezulike, A.N. (2005). Critique of aims and objectives of Business Education. A paper presented
at 6th Biennial Conference of the School of Education, NwaforOrizu College of Education, Nsugbe at Hall “A” 14th – 18th November, 2005.
Umezulike, A.N (2007) Refocusing Business Teacher Education programme for relevance andsustainable national development. A paper presented at the 9th Annual Conference of national Association for the advancement of Knowledge (NAFAK) at Rivers State College of Education Port Harcourt12th – 16th March, 2007

Umezulike, A.N. (2006). Business Education Nigeria: Past, present and future. A paper presented at1st Annual conference of the Association of Nigeria Teachers at Hall “A” NwaforOrizu College of Education Nsugbe 21st – 25th August, 2006

Umezulike, A.N (2007) Information and Communication Technology competencies (ICT) requiredof business teachers for the attainment of millennium development goals. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Faculty of Education, held at Princes Alexandria Hall Unity Theater, University of Nigeria Nsukka, 6th August, 2007




Umezulike, A.N. (2007). Reforming the contents of four year accounting education programme forsustainable economic development. A paper presented at 19th Annual National Conference of the Association of Business Education, held at Faculty of Law Auditorium Ebonyi State University, Abakiliki. 16th October, 2007

Umezulike, A.N (2008) Examination frauds in JAMB and its consequences in studying accounting at the tertiary institution. A paper presented at the Annual National Conference of NwaforOrizu College of Education, Nsugbe, held at “Hall (6th – 10th October, 2008)

Umezulike, A.N (2007). Perceived effective teaching strategies for teaching accounting in
secondary schools. A paper presented at 20th Annual National Conference of the Association of Business Educators of Nigeria (ABEN) held at the Fedeal Polytechnic Nasarawa, Nasarawa state. 14th – 18th October, 2008

Obidigbo, I.C.A and Umezulike, A.N. (2010). E-banking fraud: quality and internal control
challenges. A paper presented at the 2nd National Conference by Association of Business Educators of Nigeria (ABEN), Delta State chapter held at College of Education Agbor. 11th – 18th 2010
Umezulike, A.N. and Ile C.M. (2010). Strategies for sustainable development of entrepreneurship
inAnambra State. A paper presented at 22nd National Conference of Association of Business Education of Nigeria (ABEN) held at the main Auditorium Federal College of Education Osiele, Abeokuta. 12th – 16th October, 2010.
Umezulike, A.N. (2010). Discussion of the findings, conclusion and recommendations, preliminary pages and typing the research work. A paper presented at the workshop organized for staff and students of Business Education, NwaforOrizu College of Education, Nsugbe 30th July 2010

Umezulike, A.N. (2011). Emerging challenges in the competencies expected of business
administrators and supervisors for the attainment of sustainable academic programme in tertiary institutions. A paper presented at the 2nd International and 23rd ABEN National Conference at Faculty of Education Auditorium, Uniersity of Lagos
Umezulike, A.N, and Okoye, A.C. (2012). Promoting the stability and sustainability of Nigeria
economy through quality assurance in Business Education. A paper presented at the 24th ABEN National Conference at the main Auditorium, Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Imo State.
Umezulike, A.N, (2013). Assessment of the extent secondary school business teachers are using
problem solving and simulation teaching methods. A paper presented at the 25th Annual National Conference of ABEN at the University of Benin Main Auditorium, 22nd – 26th October, 2013.
Umezulike, A.N. and Ndinechi G.I. (2014). Effective innovative teaching strategies for sustainable
development of Business Education (Accounting) programme in the South East secondary schools. Paper presented at the first International Conference of the Faculty of Education, Anambra State University at ETF Auditorium, Igbariam Campus, 2nd – 6th September, 2014
Umezulike, A.N, (2014). Achieving a reliable and desirable sustainable national development
through adequate funding of Business Education programme. Paper presented at the 26th Annual National Conference of ABEN held at Kwara State University Malete, Kwara State. (14th – 18th October, 2014)
Umezulike, A.N and Okoye, A.C. (2015). Private sectors partnership with Nigeria tertiary
institutions: The Positive way for training reliable and viable business education graduates. A paper presented at the 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference on Global Ojukwu University, Igbariam Campus.
Umezulike, A.N. (2015) Business Education and Recovery of Human Values. A paper presented at the 2nd Prof. F.U. Okafor Annual International Lectures at Olivia Montage Hotels, Awka. 4th – 6th October, 2015

Umezulike, A.N. (2015). Business Education and recovery of human values in the era of
Information and Communication Technology. A paper presented at the 27th Annual Conference at Osun State Polytechnic, Iree, Osun State. 13th – 17th October, 2015.
Umezulike, A.N. (2016) Challenges of tertiary institution efforts in producing reliable and
sustainable graduate entrepreneurs. Paper presented the 28th Annual conference of ABEN Held at Federal College of Education (Technical) Omoku, Rivers State. 11-15 October,2016

Umezulike, A.N. (2016). Strategies for minimizing the challenges confronting teaching and learningof business education in Nigerian Universities. Paper presented at the 2016 11E Global Education Conference sponsored by School of Education, University of Riverside South California, U.S.A. 18-19 November, 2016.

Nzekwe, A.I andUmezulike, A.N. (2017). Effective planning in Business Education: An option for goaattainment in Nigerian Colleges of Education. A paper presented at 2ndInterdisciplinary International Conference of the Faculty of Education at ETFAuditorium, COOU, Igbariam Campus, 10th - 13th November,2017.

Umezulike, A.N (2018): Strategies for overcoming the challenges of training competent Business studies teachers in Nigeria Basic Education Schools. A paper presented at 30th National 3rd International of ABEN at Bayelsa Guest House Conference Hall, Abuja, Nigeria.



Umezulike, A.N. and Okoye, A.C. (2019). Strategies for minimizing the challenges confronting teachingand learning of technical and vocational education in Nigerian universities through globalpartnership with technical and vocational education training. Paper presented at2019 IVETA International Conference at Nigeria Air-force Conference Centre, Abuja.4th- 8thNovember, 2019.

Umezulike, A. N. and Nwagu, C.C. (2021) Extent of utilization of twitter for enhancing academic learning by business education students Anambra state. Paper presented at 3rd International Multi-Disciplinary Conference of Faculty of Education Held at Pharmaceutical Science Auditorium, COOU, Igbariam, Anambra State. 16th -19th March, 2021.

Umezulike, A.N. and Amaechi, F.C. (2021) Extent business teachers in Imo state public secondary schools utilize computer appreciation skills in teaching business subjects. Paper presented at 3rd International Conference of Faculty of Education Held at Pharmaceutical Science Auditorium, COOU, Igbariam, Anambra State. 16th-19th March, 2021.

Umezulike A. N., Anozie P. U. and Ezenwanne C. R. (2023). Business teacher education: An effective means of providing sound innovation and knowledge transfer for sustainable development.Paper presented at 3rd International Multi-Disciplinary Conference of Faculty of Education Held at ETF Auditorium, COOU, Igbariam, Anambra State.
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