THE COLLOQUIUM is a publication of Federal College of Education (Technical) Omoku, Rivers state ,Nigeria. It is a multidisciplinary thematic policy journal devoted to the publication of high-quality research/review articles , survey articles offering description of the scientific advances achieved in given fields. Some editions are compendia of articles selected following a special thematic College seminar and or conferences. The Journal is and funded and supported by Tertiary Education trust Fund TETFUND. 

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