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OJAST

Offa Journal Of Arts, Science and Technology

A Publication Of The Federal Polytechnic, Offa

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OJAST

Offa Journal of Arts, Science and Technology

Offa Journal of Arts, Science and Technology (OJAST) is a publication of the Federal Polytechnic, Offa, Kwara State, Nigeria. The journal publishes articles on empirical and scholarly researches. OJAST accepts for publication, manuscripts of high and international standards on original research works and findings on human, environmental, societal problems and developments. The subjects coverage include; Agriculture, Medical Sciences, Pharmacy, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Science Laboratory Technology, Food Technology, Catering and Hotel Management, Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Botany, Zoology, Forestry, Computer Science, Mathematical Sciences, Library and Information Science, Law, Education, Sociology, Economics, Psychology, Political Science, Mass Communication, Language, Theatre Arts, Music, Accounting, Public Administration, Management Science, Insurance, Banking and Finance, Marketing, Office Management Technology and other related disciplines.

The journal outfit is managed by the Publication Committee set up by the management of the Federal Polytechnic, Offa. An editorial board which comprises of the internal editorial team and associate editors drawn from many universities in Nigeria is also set up to ensure professionalism and internationally acceptable standard. The journal is devoted to the generation of ideas and promotion of knowledge in Arts, Social Science and other related disciplines through dissemination of information and publication of research findings among others. Any work submitted is presumed by the Editorial Board to be original and never published or intended to be published elsewhere: this of course excludes abstract. However, should the author desire to have the work republished elsewhere in part or in full, the prior permission of the Editor must first be sought and obtained. Such permission should of course not be normally withheld.