Okoli, Nkechi Jessie

NAME:   Okoli, Nkechi Jessie                                                   

NATIONALITY: Nigerian

 

CURRENT POSTAL ADDRESS: Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, University of Port Harcourt /P. O. Box 171, University of Port Harcourt Post Office, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

 

MARITAL STATUS: Married                                          

 

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:

Ph. D (History of Education), University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt,                              2004                                                  

M. Ed. (Higher Educ. Admin.), University of Ife, Ile-Ife.                                                        1981             

B.A .(Education./English),University of Ife, Ile-Ife                                                                            1978                                            

West African School Certificate, Anglican Girls Secondary, Oba                                           1971

 

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Secondary School Teacher, NYSC                                                                                   1978-1979                                                                         

Administrative Officer, University of Port Harcourt                                                                          1981                                           

Faculty Officer, University of Port Harcourt                                                                        1981-1983                                                       

Principal Assistant Registrar, University of Port Harcourt                                                    1993-2003

Deputy Registrar, University of Port Harcourt,                                                                   2003 -2004                                                       

Officer i/c of Administration, University Information Communication Technology Centre       2003-2004 

Participant, Decision Makers’ Workshop Management, University of P.H.                            May 2004

Resource Person, Administrators’ Workshop, Human Resources Centre                               June, 2004

Lecturer II, Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, University of P.H.                      2004-2007

Lecturer I, Educational Foundations,  Faculty of Education, University of P.H.                       2007-2009

Senior Lecturer, Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, University of P.H.                2009 -2012                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Associate Professor, Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education Univ. of PH                2012 to Date

 

PUBLICATIONS

A.   Books:

1.   Okoli, N.J. (2011). History of Education: An Overview.2nd edition. Port           Harcourt. University of Port Harcourt, Press, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (1-117) – 978-2321-89-3

2.  Okoli, N.J. (2011). Comparative Education. Port Harcourt, University of Port Harcourt Press, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (1-214) – 978-978-50294-2-0

 

B. Chapters in Books:

1.  Okoli, N.J. (2010). Historical Foundations.  In I. M. Aminigo (ed). Model Essays in Education (12-22).     Port Harcourt: University of Port Harcourt Press, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (12-22). – 978-978-49692-6-0

2. Okoli, N.J. (2014). Historical Foundations In Uche, C. M. and Awujo, G.C. and Agbakwuru, Chikwe        (eds) Teaching Made Easy: Theories, Methods and Practice. Port Harcourt. SABCOS   publishers, Port Harcourt. Rivers State, Nigeria. 1-12 – 978-978-805-76-4

3 Okoli, N.J. (2015.University Education in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects since 2000 in          Contemporary    Issues in Education. In Honour of Prof. J.D.Okoh. Osaat et al. (eds). 2015 C’Fine Publishers, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. 388-402.

 

C.   International Journals

1.  Uche, C. N. and Okoli, N.J. and Ahunanya S. (2010). Infrastructural Development and, Quality Assurance in Nigerian Higher Education. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies. 2(1), 9-16. Manchester, United Kingdom. (ISSN: 2141-6990) http://reference.sabinet.co.za/sa_ epublicationarticle/sl_jeteraps_v2_n1_a3

2. Nwanekezi, A.U, Okoli, N.J. and Meziobi, Sam (2010). Attitude of Student Teachers Towards  Teaching Practice in the University of Port Harcourt. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies. 2 (1), 41-46. Manchester, United Kingdom.
(ISSN: 2141-6990)  jeteraps.scholarlinkresearch.com/abstractview.php?id=211

3.  Oranusi, S.N. and Okoli, N.J. (2010). Teachers’ Perception of the Use of Instructional Materials for Teaching Social Studies in Secondary Schools  in Port Harcourt Metropolis. Approaches in International Journal of Research Development. 2(2), 94-102. Free Town, Sierra Leone
(ISSN: 2141-1409)

4. Okoli, N.J. and Oranusi S. N. (2010). Poverty Issues Among Youths: Challenges for Higher       Education. Approaches in International Journal of Research Development .4(1), 4 Free Town, Sierra Leone. (ISSN: 2141-1409) http://globalacademicgroup.com/journals/approaches/ Poverty%20Issues% 20 Among %20Youths.pdf

 5. Okoli, N.J. and Nyewusira (2011). Globalisation and Funding of Higher Education in Africa. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 8(2):1-8. Kwaluseui, Swaziland. (ISSN: 1813-2227) http://www.ajol.info/index.php/lwati/article/view/79516

6. Okoli, N.J. (2011). Revolutionary Education and Teacher Development in Africa. LWATI: A         Journal of Contemporary Research 8(1): 24-34. Kwaluseui, Swaziland. (ISSN: 1813-2227)

http://www.ajol.info/index.php/lwati/article/view/79711

7. Okoli, N. J. (2012). Effects of Globalisation on Education in Africa 1983-2008. Academic                        Research International.  2 (1), 656-663. Lodhran City, Pakistan. (ISSN: 2223-9944)

http://www.savap.org.pk/journals/ARInt./Vol.2%281%29/2012%282.1-63%29.pdf

8. Okoli, N.J. (2013). Issues and Challenges in Cross-Border in Higher Education: The Sub-           Saharan  Experience. American Journal of Educational Research. 1(1), 11-15. Houston, United States. (ISSN: 2327-6150) http://pubs.sciepub.com/education/1/1/3/

9. Okoli, N. J. (2013). Universities and Globalisation Flows: African Experience. American             Journal of Educational Research. 1(2) 58-62. Houston, United States. (ISSN: 2327-6150) pubs.sciepub.com/education/1/2/4/

10. Okoli, N.J. (2014). Teacher Preparation and Climate Change Curriculum at University Level in Nigeria. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Academic Research. Vol. 2(3) 1-8 Faisalabad, Pakistan (ISSN: 2309-3218) http://www.multidisciplinaryjournals.com/wp-content/ upload/ 2014/07/TEACHER-PREPARATION-AND-CURRICULUM-CHANGECRRICULUM-AT UNIVERSITY-LEVEL-IN NIGERIApdf

11.  Okoli, N.J.(2014). Globalisation and Educational Policies in Sub-Saharan Africa Global Journal of Human social Sciences, Linguistics and Education 14(2) 73-75 (ISSN: 2327-6150) Massachusetts, United States http://socialscienceresearch.org/index.php/GJHSS/article/view/1152http:// socialscienceresearch.org/index.php/GJHSS/article/view/1152http://socialscienceresearch.org/index.php/GJHSS/article/view/1152

12. Okoli, N.J. and Eneojo, J. A (2014). Entrepreneurship Education from Pre-colonial to Post-Independent Nigeria. Merit Resch Journal of Education Review. 2(10) 252-256. Aligarh, India (ISSN: 2350-2282)   Meritresearchjournals.org/er/0ctober. htm.http://www.org/er/index.htm

13.  Okoli, N.J. (2015). Impact of Fees Increase on University Students Academic Programme.      Merit Research Journal of Education Review. 3(10). Aligarh, India. (ISSN: 2350-2282)          Meritresearchjournals.org/er/0ctober.htm. http://www.meritresearchjournal.org/er/index.htm

 

D.  National Journals

1. Okoli, N.J. (2006). Private Universities and the Challenge of Quality Education: An Appraisal.Trends in Educational Studies, Journal of the Institute of Education, University of Port Harcourt.1 (2) 157-163. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 0795-3186).

2. Okoli, N.J. (2007). Problem Areas in African Universities. The Nigerian Academic Forum: A                                                                                               Multidisciplinary Journal 13 (2), 25-31. Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria

3. Okoli, N.J. (2007). African Universities and International Standards Since Independence: An Analysis. The Nigerian Journal of Research and Production. A Multidisciplinary Journal. 2(2), 1-8. Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 1596-6615)

4.  Okoli, N.J. (2007). HIV/AIDS Pandemic: Implication For University Education in Africa. Journal of Educational  Research and Policies. 2(3), 43-46. Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.              

5. Okoli, N. J. (2007.) Gender Inequality in Africain Universités : Implications and Challenges for 21st Century Global Knowledge Economy. African Journal of historical Science in Education,3 (2) 85-93. Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 0794-2192) 

6.  Okoli, N.J. (2008). Women Empowerment: A Panacea for Poverty Alleviation in Africa. Journal of Gender Studies. 5 (4), 57-65. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 1595-4986)

7. Okoli, N.J. (2008). Globalisation and Inequality of Access to University Education in Nigeria: Issues and Implications. African Journal of Historical Sciences in Education.  4(1&2), 21- 29. Ibadan, Oyo State. Nigeria (ISSN: 0794-2129)

8.   Okoli, N.J. (2008). Towards A Revolutionary Education for Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Journal of Education in Developing Areas (JEDA). 17, 87-92. Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Nigeria (ISSN: 0189420X)

9.  Okoli, N.J. (2008) Indecent Dressing in Nigerian Universities Past & Present: Issues, Problems & Possible Solution. (OJSSH) Ogele Journal of the Soc. Sciences & Humanities. 2 (1), 1-20. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 0794-0203)

10.  Anaekwe, C.E. and  Okoli, N.J. (2011). Teacher Education for The Future: Nigerian Experience. Trends in Educational Studies (TRES). Journal of the Institute of Education, University of Port Harcourt. 6 (1&2), 201-212. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 0795-3186) 

11. Okoli, N.J. (2011). Obstacles to Gender Equity: Glaring Challenges. Journal of International Studies (JIS) (6), 20 -27. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 0795-3909) 

12. Okoli, N.J. (2011). African Education from Independence to Globalisation: Emerging Issues.   African. Journal of Historical Science in Education. (JHSE) 7(1), 93-99.  Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 07954-2192) 

13.  Nyewusira, B and Okoli, N.J. (2011). The Imperative of Traditional Education for 21st Century and National Development in Nigeria. Journal of Historical Science in Education. (7), 1 Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria (ISSN: 07954-2192) 

14. Okoli, N.J. (2011). Female Education in Africa: Issues and Challenges. Journal of Gender Studies.  5(5), 1-19. (JGS) Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 1595-4935)

15. Okoli, N.J. and Nyewusira, B.N. (2011).  Trends in the Partnership Between Government and Faith-Based Organisations (FBOs) in the Provision of Education in Nigeria: A Historical Appraisal. Journal of Education in Developing Areas (JEDA). 19(2), 221-227. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

16. Oranusi, S.N. and Okoli, N.J. (2012). Language Diversity and Use in some Selected States in Nigeria. Knowledge Review, A Multidisciplinary Journal. 24(1), 14-22. Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 1595-2126)

17. Okoli, N.J.  Nnaaluba, L., and Kasi, G. (2013). Dilemma of Cultural Pluralism in Peace in Nigeria.  Rivers Social Sciences Forum.12 (5), 23-29. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

18. Okoli, N. J. Nyewusira, B.N., Nyewusira, Chituru (2013). An Analysis of Historical Values for Objective Inquiry. Journal of Education in Developing Areas JEDA 21((1) 90-95. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

19 Okoli, N.J. (2013). Capacity Building Through Cross Border   Higher Education : Issues and Challenges In Sub-Saharan Africa. African Journal of Higher Education Studies and Development Issue 3, 116-123. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 2354-1881)

20 Okoli, N.J.(2013). Women Empowerment and Human Capacity Through Education:  The Sub-Saharan African Experience. African Journal of Educational Research and Development .6(1) 124-132. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 20065450)

21. Okoli, N.J., Ewor, R,N. and Ugwumba ,E.U.(2014).Teacher Education : a Panacea for Educating the New Generation in Sub-Saharan Africa. .African Journal  of Historical Science. 10(1) 120-130. Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 0794-2192) 

22. Okoli, N.J.. and Ugwumba, E.U.(2014).  Professional Development of Teachers for Effective Teaching in Early Childhood Education in Nigeria African Journal of Historical Science in Education 10(1) 131-145. Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 0794-2192)

23.   Okoli, N.J. (2014). War, Education and Peace in Africa : Issues and  Prospects. Journal of Issues &Professional Teacher Education.  8 (2 ) 95-102. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.
(ISSN: 2251-0796)

24. Okoli, N.J. and Wobi, K. K. (2014). The Role of Education Law in sanitizing the Education       institutions in Nigeria: Issues and Challenges. Journal of Issues and Professional Education

                 8(2) 103-118. Port Harcourt, Rivers Sate, Nigeria. (ISSN: 2251-0796

25. Okoli, N. J. and Udongibok, Zebulun H.(2014). The Role of Christian Missions in the Educational Development of the Eastern Niger Delta. Trends in Educational Studies (TRES) Journal of the Institute of Education, University of Port Harcourt. 8(1) 34-64. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. (ISSN: 0795-3186)

 

E. Proceedings in Conference

1. Okoli, N. J, Uche, C .M. and Nyewusira, B. (2011). Higher Education, Human Capital Development and The Actualisation of Vision 20: 2020   in Nigeria. In Nworgu, B.G. and Buseri, J. C. (2011) (eds). Human Capacity Development For Vision 20-2020. 25th Congress of the Nigerian Academy of Education. Lagos, NERDC. Lagos State, Nigeria. (ISN: 978-054-1284)

 

F.   Most Recent Publications

 

a)   International Journals

 

1. Okoli, N.J., Ogbondah, L. and Ekpefa-Abdullahi, J.Y.(2015). Preparing Teachers for Contemporary

             Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice. 6(14) 129-134. http://www.iiste

 2. Okoli, N.J., Amuda-Kannike, O., Asuru, I.A. and Fesina, J.A.(2016).Politics and Technical Education and Vocation and  Training. Merit Research Journal of Education Review 4(6) 071-074. Aligarh, India Meritresearchournals.org/er/June.htm.http//www.meritresearchjournal. orggggg/er/index.htm.

 3.  Okoli, N.J., Wejinya, S., Agam, P.O., and Asufi, M.R.(2016)Funding of Technical Education and

        Vocation and Training. Merit Journal of Education Review. 4(6) 075-078.Aligar, India

        Meritresearchournals.org/er/June.htm.http//www.meritresearchjournal.org/er/index.htm.

 

b)   Local Journals

 

1. Okoli, N.J. and Ugwumba, E U. (2014). Education:  A Key to Eradication of Domestic Violence for                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Sustainable   Peace  and security in Nigeria: Issues and Challenges. Journal of Gender & Women Development  (JOGEWOD) University of Port Harcourt. 2(1&2) 117-127. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

2. Okoli, N.J.(2014). How Far Can We go in the Pursuit for Gender Equality in the Absence of Peace and Security in Nigeria? Journal of Gender & Women Development(JOGEWOD) University of Port of Port Harcourt 2(1&2) 196-199. Port Harcourt, Rivers State Nigeria.

 

G.  Books of Reading

1   Okoli, N. J. and Ekpefa-Abdullam, Y.J. (2015). Tertiary Education in Nigeria: Issues and Challenges. 100 Years of Education in Nigeria: Issues on Policies, Reforms and Administration Book of   Readings 1. (eds) Oluwuo, S.O., Okoli, N.J., Osaat, S.D. and Uche, C.M .University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

2.  Okoli, N.J., Ugwumba, E. U., Iwejjuo, A.M. and Kalu,  R.E.(2015). Educational Policies and Quality Education in Nigeria. Book of Readings 1. (eds) Oluwuo, S.O., Okoli, N.J., Osaat, S.D. and Uche, C. M. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

3. Okoli, N.J. and Egwenure, R.U.(2015).The Equalisation of Educational Opportunities in Nigeria : Issues and Challenges Since 1914. 100 Years of Education in Nigeria: Issues on Policies, Reforms and Administration Book of Readings 1. (eds) Oluwuo, S.O., Okoli, N.J., Osaat, S.D. and Uche, C.M. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

4. Okoli, N.J. and Tepikor, S.A.(2015).100 Years of Teacher  Education in Nigeria : Its Professional Recognition. 100 Years of Education in Nigeria: Science, ICT and Environmental Issues   Book of  Readings 2 .(eds) Oluwuo, S.O., Okoli, N.J., Osaat, S.D. and Uche, C.M. University of Port Harcourt,  Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

 5. Okoli, N.J.(2015).Towards A 21st Century Century Education in Nigeria : Issues and Challenges 100 Years of Education in Nigeria :Science, ICT and Environmental Issues Book of Readings 2 .(eds) Oluwuo, S.O., Okoli, N.J., Osaat, S.D. and Uche, C.M. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria

 

H.  Research in Progress

  1. A book on Globalisation and Education In  the 21st Century in Sub-Saharan Africa
  2. Team Work on The Performance of  Students with high Scores admitted Into the University Through JAMB
  3. Team Work on Educating  A New Generation  for  globalised World through Effective

Teacher  Education

 

I.    Conferences Attended and Papers Presented

a)   3rd Annual National Conference of History Education Society of Nigeria An Affiliate of International Standing Conference for the History of Education (ISCHE) University of Ibadan December 18-21, 2006 Paper Presented: Private Universities and the Challenge of Quality Education.

b)   4th Annual National Conference of History of Education Society of Nigeria. An Affiliate of International Standing Conference for History of Education (ISCHE) University of Ibadan, Nigeria. December 9-12, 2007. Paper Presented: Gender Inequality as African Universities: Implication & Challenges for 21st century Global Knowledge Economy.

c)   30th International Standing Conference for History of Education (ISCHE) at Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey U.S.A. July 23-26, 2008.

      Paper: Effects of Globalisation on University Education in Africa

d)   5th Annual National Conference of History Education Society of Nigeria. An Affiliate. An Affiliate of International Standing Conference for the History of Education (ISCHE) University of Science & Technology. December 10-12, 2008

Paper presented: Towards a Revolutionary Education for Sustainable Development

e)   31st International standing Conference for History of Education (ISCHE) at Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands, August 26-29, 2009

Paper: Colonial and Post-Colonial Education in Africa 1900-2008

(f)   6th Annual National Conference of History of Education Society of Nigeria. An Affiliate of International Standing Conference on History of Education. University of Ilorin. December 11, 2009. Paper: Globalization & Funding of Higher Education

g)   32nd International Standing Conference For History of Education (ISCHE) At Amsterdam The Netherlands. August 22-28, 2010

Paper: Development of Primary Education in Nigeria 1900- 1999

h)   2nd National Conference International Associations for Gender Equity (IAFGE) University of Port Harcourt, April – 22, 2010.

Paper Presented: Obstacles to Gender Equity: Glaring Challenges

i)  34th International Standing Conference for History of Education (ISCHE) at Switzerland June 27-30, 2012.  Paper: Globalisation, Gender and Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

j) 1st International Conference/Workshop on Higher Education For Development Uniport, August 29-30, 2013 Paper Capacity Building Through Cross border in Higher Education.

k) 26th Annual Conference of Curriculum Organisation of Nigeria (CON) Uniport, September 18 -21, 2013. Paper Teacher Programme Influence on University Climate Change Curriculum: with Search-light on Nigeria

l)    10th Annual National Conference of History of Education Society of Nigeria. An Affiliate of International Standing Conference for History of Education (ISCHE). Federal College of Education, Okene December 2-6, 2013.

Paper Presented: Teacher Education: A Panacea for Educating the New Generation as Sub-Saharan Africa. 

m) Faculty of Education   Conference on 100 Years of Education in Nigeria. November 11-13, 2014

      Paper: 21st Century Education in Nigeria: Issues & Challenges

 

J.   Workshops Attended and Paper Presented:

(i)   Training the Trainers Workshop on HIV/AIDS and Youths, University of Port Harcourt

      Paper presented: HIV/AIDS and Youths: Teaching Methods/Techniques Awareness Campaign and Community Service Strategies, July 22, 2008

(ii)   2nd International Conference/Workshop on Higher Education for Development   . University of Port Harcourt, August 29-31, 2014

 

K.    Professional Experience:  Lecturer, Department of Educational Foundations (Arts)

 

Courses Taught:

  • Undergraduate

EDU 001.1-Historical and Philosophical Foundations

EDU  002 1- Use of English

EDU   004.i-  Reading Culture

EDU 100.1-Introduction to Education

EDU  201.1-History of Education

EDU 402.2-Comparative Education

 

  • Post-graduate

EDF 816.1-History of Nigerian Education

EDF 819.1-Systems and Policies of Education in Nigeria

EDF 817.2-History of Western Education up to 1750

EDF 820.2--Contemporary Educational Development & Policies in Africa

EDF 829.1-Issues in Comparative Education

EDF 910.1-History of Education in Africa

EDF 907.1- History of Modern Education 1800-Present

IED 502.1- Historical Foundations

 

Project Supervision:

Supervised Undergraduate Projects

Supervised Postgraduate Projects (M.Ed.)

Supervising PhD Students’ Projects

 

Other Services Rendered  

   i           Acting Head of Department

  ii           Coordinator, Departmental Community Service

  iii          Coordinator, Departmental Post Graduate Seminar

 iv          Member, Faculty Of Education Curriculum Review Committee

 v           Member Vice-Chancellor’s, Committee on University Demonstration Primary School.

vi          Lecturer for PGDE

vii          Member University Senate

vi          Member , Faculty Committee on Change of Grades in DAE

vii        Chairman Local Organising Committee of Faculty of Education First Conference

 viii        Member, Committee on  Faculty of Education Home Coming

 ix         Member , Faculty of Education Committee on 40Years Anniversary Celebration.

 X      Member  Visitation Team  to Warri College of Education for inspection of facilities for post     graduate programme

 

Award and Honour Received

Fellow (FHESN) and Member of Executive, History of Education Society of Nigeria

Award of Honour at the Celebration of 40 Years of University of Port Harcourt by the Faculty of   Education

 

Membership of Professional Bodies

Member, History of Education Society, Nigeria

Member, International Standing Conference on History of Education (ISCHE}

Member, International Association for Gender Equity (IAFGE)

Member, International Society for Teacher Education (ISFTE)

Member, Teacher Registration Council of Nigeria

 

 

L.  Major Contribution to Learning

The focus of my research has been the role of universities in the transformation of the individual and the society. In relation to the Sub-Saharan region and Nigeria in particular, the need to produce world- class individuals who can take the region to global heights has constantly been highlighted. In highlighting the effects of globalisation on education in the Sub-Saharan region, an area that has attracted the interest of many researchers, the need to reposition the entire region so that the two-way globalisation flow of teachers, students, technology, ideas, values etc would be a reality. The need for Africa to catch up with other continents is being underscored. In relation to community service, the researcher has contributed to raising world- class men and women who go out to other continents to compete favourably with people from other parts of the world. Locally one has contributed in raising people who positively impact their environment. For instance one has supervised seven PhD and Fourteen ME.d students. Books and Learned Journals have been documented, some of which are sought and acknowledged internationally.

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