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Business Administration Research project Topic Chapter 1-5 titled – “Cooperative Society as An Agent Of Rural Development.

ABSTRACT

This study was conducted into Cooperative Society as an agent of rural development with ADO-ODO/OTA Local Government as a case study. The study is divided into five chapters.

Chapter one introduces the subject matter as well as the object of the case study. It presents the proposal for the work and the significance of the study. Finally, it defines key terms used in the study.

Chapter Two presents literature review on theoretical framework, empirical framework and conceptual framework of Cooperative Society. Rural development was also discussed in this chapter.

Chapter three presents the procedure adopted by the researcher in the conduct of the study. This involves the gathering of data which will be analyzed and presented with a view of finding solution of the research problems.

Chapter four deals with the data analysis and discussion and testing of research questions. Tables and percentages as well as Test-re-test were used in analyzing and testing the research questions.

Chapter five, being the conclusive chapter, presents a summary of findings and recommendations. The limitations of the study were also discussed and suggestions for further studies made.

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