PLANNING IMPLEMENTATION AND CONTROL IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF KWARA STATE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC PLANNING)


PLANNING IMPLEMENTATION AND CONTROL IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF KWARA STATE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC PLANNING)  

CHAPTER ONE

1.1 Introduction 

The main essence at any development planning is to organize the priorities of government in such a way as to quicken the pace of development. With in the last two decades, most countries of the third world nation,  have drawn  up national development plans with the objective  at accelerating  the economic growth and the rate at which the standard of living  of the  populace can be raised  in  addition to sustaining an  increases rate of economic growth and  raising  the standard of living  of the people  most of the plans  also  aim  of limiting  the foreign  control of the country economic.

Nigeria as  a developing country,  is characterized by the attributes of less developed nations  these feature of under development include poor housing  standard of living  poor health facilities,  poor housing condition , problems of infrastructures, illiteracy, low  level  of economic  development compounded by object poverty.

Government  at all levels federal state  and local had made concrete efforts  to stand the scourge of  these attributes though various development plans.    

There is the need for a continuous monitoring and evaluation  of the development process of any nation, so as to ensure that appropriate measures are  taken  to correct and identifies anomalies   on the growth  path  of such nation. This  will enhance further  growth  and development.

1.2 THE AIM OF THE STUDY  

It is the aim of this study to assess the trend of development in kwara state and to see to what extent   the various development plans  had been able to meet their objectives. The aim of  the study  is also to examine the problems  inherent in the various plans and how it can improved.

1.3 THE SCOPE OF THE STUDY 

The study intend  to discuss the various development plan of kwara state. This will not be done   on sartorial basis  unless where it is important to do so in order to take our  point clearer.  Development planning procedure in  kwara state  will be discussed  and the problem of its implementation and control.

1.4 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 

In carrying  out this study both  primary and secondary  method of data  collection  have been  used. Most  of the interviews are staff of the  kwara state  department  of budget  and other staff ministries  and parastatals are  also interviewed.

The various development plans of kwara state various  progress report on the capital  and recurrent  expenditure  of kwara, state are examined. Other sources of information include  journals, budget speeches  and other government publications.

1.5 MEANINGS OF THE TERM USED   

For proper under standing of the study, some terms need to be define. These are the basic terms which serve as the foundation on which the study is build. These terms include the following built. These include the following. 

DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

This involves the deliberate efforts by the government to set out its development, and objective to demonstrate initiate in tackling the country’s development problems in order to attain rapid economic growth. 

PLAN EMPLEMENTATION 

After the formation of the plan, it must be implemented for its objective to be realized financial allocation has to made to each project and programmes. But the effective funding in any particular comes from the annual budget 

PUBLIS SECTOR 

This means those sections of the nation economic operations which are directly under the state control. Public sector activities include the regulation of competition the operation of public enterprises, the conduct of monetary fiscal policy 

1.6 LIMITATION OF THE STUDY 

A study of the nature, which has to examine some vital government document files, reports etc. is most likely to face with some striking limitations our major limitation is the classification of some vital government document under confidential, top secret etc to which we have no access which would have been tremendously helpful in our research.    

Also, another problem is the unwillingness our respondent to give adequate answer to our questions because of fear of leaving officials secret.

1.7 ORGANIZATION OF THE STUDY 

The study comprises of five chapters the first chapter deals with the general introduction to the study also included in chapter one is the scope, the aim limitations and research methodology.   

Chapter two consists of literature review i.e the meaning of planning, economic planning as a concept, planning implementation and duration and types of planning 

Chapter three embraces the historical background of the department of economic planning in kwara state together with the organization structure and ministerial responsibilities of the department. 

Chapter four examines the planning procedure kwara state, plan implementation and control in kwara state. Under chapter – four also an assessment of major physical developments in kwara and reasons why plan implement is a log in the wheel of progress.

Chapter five contains our finding, conclusion and recommendations. 

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PLANNING IMPLEMENTATION AND CONTROL IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF KWARA STATE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC PLANNING)



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