Egeonu Aloysius Mbadiwe

Egeonu Aloysius Mbadiwe

Name: Egeonu, Aloysius Mbadiwe

Gender: Male

DESIGNATION: Lecturing(Chief)

Rank: Chief Lecturer




  1. M.Sc. (Agronomy ) Crop/Seed Production 1993
  2. Ed (Agric) 1988
  3. WASC 1981
  4. First School Leaving Certificate 1974
  5. Diploma in Computer Science 1997
  6. Ph.D (inview)


Egeonu, A.M. (1997) comparative analysis of service

Courses and departmental programme on vocational skill acquisition of first year    N.C.E student; a case study of FCE, Okene, journal of studies in education. Vol. 1 No 1

Daniel, F and Egeonu, A.M. (1997) career awareness in agriculture of final year senior secondary students in Ebiraland. CITADEL vol. 1. No.pp.160-168.

Egeonu, A.M (2000) Effectiveness of some chemicals and need plants in the reduction and / or removal of taints in cassava products, Nigeria Journal of Agricultural Education. Vol.3 No.1&2 pp.33-36.

Egeonu, A.M. (2003) Arithmetic Progression Evaluation teaching (APET) methodology. Journal of science and Vocational Education (JSVE). Vol.2. Pp 105-115.

Egeonu, a.m. (2004) farmer field school (EFS): implication for generating job interest in soybean production among unemployed graduates, in Nigeria NASHER Vol. 2 pp.110-116

Egeonu, A.M (2004) The impact of agriculture science on national development Journal of Science and Technology Education Vol. 1No. 1pp.1-6

Egeonu, A.M (2006) Issues in teaching practical Agricultural. Course in Federal College of Education, Okene, KogiStatae, Nigeria. Knowledge review vol. 13. No. 3. Pp 66-7

Egeonu A.M. (2007) Variability in seed size as factor in the speed of seedling emergence in Telfairiaoccidentalis (Hook). Journal of research in agriculture accepted and paid for publication (inrwen RIONI Journal)

Egeonu A.M (2008) reform in agrarian sector in Nigeria: the role of farming corporative societies. Journal of association of Nigerian educators. Vol. 3. No 1&2 pp.167-173

Egeonu, A.M (2009) Vocational education a panacea for self-sufficiency in food production in Nigeria Jouranal of Vocational and Technical Educators (JOVTED). Vol. 2 No. 1. Pp. 150-156

Egeonu, A.M (2011) studies on control of cowpea weevil ( collosobruchus maculates F.) storage using pepper kola (piper nigrum), ginger (ziniberofficinale) and neem Jornal (ovej) vol. 1. No. 1 pp.1-11.

Egeonu, A.M (2011) watermelon (citrulluslanatus) and egusimellon (curcumas melo) intercropping yield planting technologEgeonu C.U and EgeonuA,M (2011) Effects of computer on secretarial profession Okene Vocational Education Journal (OVEJ) Vol. 1 No 1 pp 138 – 144



Egeonu A.M (2011) Elements of genetics and plant breeding Okene Success pub. 97 pp

EgeonuA, M (2011) Introduction to principles of crop improvement and agricultural biology for schools and college: Okene fountain graphics pp. 17


EgeonuA, M (2010) Agronomy of tropical crops in A Technical Handbook on Students; Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) published in Kogi State Fountain Graphics Press. Pp 37 – 53

Egeonu A.M (2010) production of hybrid maize and corn in A Technical Handbook on students; Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) published in Kogi State Fountain Graphics Press. Pp 54 – 66.

Egeonu A.M (2010) Guide for broiler production A Technical Handbook on Students; Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) published in Kogi State Fountain Graphic Press. Pp 66 – 78.

Egeonu A.M (2010) Style Guide for reporting scientific work in A Technical Handbook on Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) Published in Kogi State Fountain Graphics Press. Pp 66 – 78.

Egeonu A.M (2010) Vocational Skills-Gap and technological development of Nigeria. Being a paper presented at that 1st national conference organized by the Schools of Languages, Arts and Social Sciences, which took place between 15th and 19th August 2011 at Federal College of Education OkeneKogi State.


  1. STAN: Science Teachers Association of Nigeria.
  2. ASN: Agricultural Society of Nigeria
  3. AIRSAF: International Association of Research Scholars and Fellows.
  4. Teacher Registration Council of Nigeria
  5. APREHET: Association for the Promotion of Education, Health, Environmental and Technology Research.