A Need For Professional Accountant In Ministries A Case Study Of Kogi State Ministries Of Finance

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PROPOSAL

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the need for professional Accountant in the Civil Service with particular reference to the ministries. 
To identify the roles of accountants in the ministries using the Kogi State ministries of finance as a case study. 
To determine the need for adequate training towards professionalism in the Ministries, reasons for increase in labour turnover in the Ministries and suggested ways of reducing this. 
The study covered six divisions of Kogi State Ministries if finance and made use of some accounting staff who performs direct accounting functions. Validated questionnaires were used in collecting data from respondents. 
It was gathered that most people work in the finance division are people with little or no accounting, the few that are available are already making plans to leave for greener pasture to the private sectors.  
The study also highlight the need for adequate training of accounting staff since training was considered inadequate, from the survey carried out, training was actually confirm to be inadequate.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

TITLE PAGE 
APPROVAL 
DEDICATION 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 
ABSTRACT 
TABLE OF CONTENT 

CHAPTER ONE 
1.0Introduction General Description of Study 
1.1Statement of Problems 
1.2Purpose 
1.3Significance of study 
1.4Choice of Study 
1.5Research Methodology 
1.6Scope of Study 
1.7Working Hypothesis 
1.8Data Analysis 
1.9Brief History of Study 

CHAPTER TWO 
LITERATURE REVIEW 
2.0The Need for Professional Accounting in Ministries 
2.1Public Sector Accounting System 
2.2Accounting Process in the Ministry 
2.3Public Finance and the Professional Accountant in the Civil Service 
2.4The Difference Between Private and Public Finance  
2.5The Objective of Public Finance 
2.6The need for Adequate Training Towards Professionalism in the Ministries 
2.7Accountability in the Civil Service 

CHAPTER THREE 
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY 
3.0Research Methodology 
3.1Research design and procedures 
3.2Identification of Publication 
3.3Sample size 

CHAPTER FOUR 
4.0Data Analysis Research Finding 
4.1Question Analysis 
4.2Testing of Hypothesis 

CHAPTER FIVE 
5.0Summary 
5.1Summary 
5.2Conclusion 
5.3Recommendation 
5.4Suggestion for further research  


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