Mr. Nda E. Mundi

Nda E. Mundi

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Professor Nda E. Mundi started his career as a lecturer and researcher (Lecturer III to Senior Lecturer in College of Education Ankpa, Kogi State Nigeria in 1986 – 1994.  He was the Head of Department of Agricultural Science in 1988 – 1990.

He joined the Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi, Benue State Nigeria as Lecturer II in the Department of Agricultural Extension and Communication in 1994 – 1999.  

Mundi took appointment with Kogi State University, Anyingba in 2000 – 2003 in order to develop his state as an indigene. He was the pioneer Head of Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension.

Mundi joined the service of National Open University of Nigeria in August 4th 2003 in the then School of Science and Technology now Faculty of Sciences.  He was a Senior Lecturer (Programme Leader) in charge of B.Sc. and P.G.D. Agricultural Extension and Management (AEM) programmes, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) 2008 – 2011. He was Acting Dean School of Agricultural Sciences in Lagos Headquarters in 2014 – 2015 and was appointed Dean of the School in September, 2015 – June 2016.

Professor Nda E. Mundi was elected as Dean, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), effective from 25th July, 2016 – 2018. Currently, he is a Director NOUN Special Study Centre NAF, Kaduna.  He is one of the foundation staff of National Open University of Nigeria.

He has served in many positions. He has also served as chairman and member of several committees in Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Benue State Nigeria; Kogi State University, Ayingba, Kogi State and in some committees in the former School of Science and Technology, NOUN. He obtained a B.Sc. (Ed) degree in Agriculture in 1984 and M.Sc. Agricultural Extension in 1991 at University of Ibadan.  He obtained his Ph.D in Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology, at Federal University of Technology, Akure in 2007. 

Professor Mundi is a member of several professional and academic bodies and associations. He has published 81 scholarly academic papers to his credit at both national and international levels. He is a member of editorial boards and reviewer to several journals.

Professor Mundi has attended and participated in both local and international conferences, workshops and seminars. He has nine distinguished personality merit awards and several years of teaching, research and administrative experiences from tertiary institutions. He supervised very many undergraduate and postgraduate researches and dissertations and has been an External Examiner to some higher institutions of learning. 

He was a consultant to Kogi State Agricultural Development Project (ADP) in 1993 – 1996. He was also a consultant to Africa Safe Water Foundation (ASWF) Agricultural Environmental Programme at LUWASA Ikorodu Lagos, Nigeria in 2012 – 2014. 

Professor Mundi was a principal researcher of Socio-Economic Research Programme (SERP) at Kogi State University, Ayingba in 2001 – 2002. He was also a Team Leader/Coordinator of Extension, Nationally Coordinated Research Project (NCRP) in 1998 – 1999. The study was conducted in Benue, Plateau and Nassarawa States and it was funded by Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resource and University of Agriculture Makurdi (FMARN/UAM) just to mention a few. His research areas of interest are Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology, Rural Development, Poverty Alleviation, Open and Distance Learning (ODL) and Gender Issues.
 

 

 

 

 

  • Lecturing/Facilitator,
  • Course material writing,
  • project supervision,
  • setting of exam questions ,
  • TMAs and making guides,
  • Formal HOD,
  • Dean and Director’s responsibilities
  • Other assignments from Vice Chancellor

 

 

  • Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology
  • Rural Development 
  • Poverty Alleviation 
  • Open and Distance Learning (ODL)
  • Gender Issues

       Chapter in Books and Book published

  1. Mundi, N.E. (1999): “Gender issues Associated with Agricultural Production and  Extension. In Yomi Oruwari (Ed), Gender, Sustainable Development and the Urban poor in Nigeria” (A book of Readings) Chapter five (5), Port Harcourt, Nigeria, Hiss Publishers Ltd pp. 50-60.
  2. C.P.O. Obinne& N.E. Mundi (1999): “Prospects of Alleviating Poverty in Rural Nigeria”. In Y.l. Fabiyi and E.O. Idowu (Ed), Poverty Alleviation and Food Security in Nigeria. ( Chapter 7) Publication of Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE) Ibadan, Nigeria   pp. 38-44.
  3. N.E. Mundi (2005):” Environmentally sustainable strategies for Food Security in Nigeria”. In Dr. Enos Okoko, Dr. V. Adekunle and S. Adeduntan (Eds), Environmental Sustainability and Conservation in  Nigeria . Book of Readings (Chapter 23). Publication of Environmental Conservation Research Team,  Akure,  Nigeria, Pp. 137 – 140..
  4. N.E. Mundi (2005): “The role of Rural Women in the Environmental protection in Nigeria”. In Dr. Enos Okoko, Dr. V. Adekunle and S. Adeduntan (Eds), Environmental Sustainability and Conservation in Nigeria. (Chapter 47) Publication of Environmental Conservation Research Team Akure, Nigeria pp. 2 96 - 299.
  5. N.E. Mundi (2005): “Environmental Issues in Nigeria”. In Dr. Enos Okoko, Dr. V, Adekunle and S. Adekuntan (Eds),  Environmental Sustainability and Conservation in Nigeria . (Chapter 6) Publication of ECRT  Akure, Nigeria  pp. 30-32
  6. Nda E. Mundi (2010). Information and Communication Technology Capacity Building for Agricultural Extension Agents in open and Distance Education for National Development, Chapter Nine. In Global perspectives in open and Distance Learning, Edited by Paul Ifeanyi and Felix K. Olakulehin. ISBN: 987-987-085-591-8. Publication of National Open University of Nigeria, Victoria Island Lagos. PP101-109.                                                                                                  Published Books/Course Materials Developed
  7. Stephen J. Ibitoye& N.E. Mundi (2004): Essentials of Agricultural Extension. (1sted.). Ankpa: Rowis publisher, Nigeria.
  8. N.E. Mundi & S. D. Y Alfred (2006): EDU 234/680: Agricultural Science Methods. In Dr. S.I. Ogunride (Ed), ISBN: 978-058-398-X.  Printed by the REGENT (2 credit units) (Printed and Publishing Ltd. For NOUN, Lagos).
  9. N.E. Mundi (2008): AEM 202: Introduction to Rural Sociology. (3 credit units). In Prof. S.F. Adedoyin (Ed), ISBN: 978-058-773-6. Published by NOUN Lagos.
  10. N.E Mundi and S. J. Ibitoye (2009): COP621: General Agriculture 1 (2 credit units). National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos. Edited by Professor Butswat Isaac. Published by Noun, Lagos
  11. N.E Mundi & S.D.Y. Alfred (2009): COP 622: General Agriculture11 (2 credit units). National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos. Edited by Professor Butswat Isaac. Published by Noun, Lagos
  12. N.E Mundi (2011): AEM 302; Extension Teaching, Learning Process and Methods (3 credit units). Edited by Prof. C.P.O Obinne. Published by Noun, Lagos.
  13. N.E. Mundi (2012): AEM 313: Extension Strategies in Pilot Rural Development (3credit units). Published by Noun Lagos.
  14. N.E. Mundi (2012): AEM515: Agrarian Institution and Their Management (2 credit units). Published by Noun Lagos.
  15. N.E. Mundi (2012): Agricultural Extension Practices Training Manual (2 credit units).
  16. Mundi N. E. and Nwaobiola, C. U. (2017). ARD 401: Extension Practical Guide for Farm Practical Year/Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (FPY/SIWES), NOUN Headquarters, Abuja, Nigeria.
  17. Mundi, N. E. (2018). ARD403: Extension Strategies in Pilot Rural Development Projects FPY/SIWES Practical Guide Manual (2 credit units) Published by National Open University of Nigeria. Printed by NOUN Press April, 2018.                                                                                                                                                  Published Conference Proceedings
  18. N.E. Mundi (2001): “Role perception of Agricultural Science Teachers in Young Farmers Clubs.”  In C.P.O. Obinne, M.O. Obasi and  O.N. Agbulu (Eds), Proceedings of the 4th Annual Research Net Work meeting and conference of Children In Agricultural Programme (CIAP), Makurdi ,Nigeria : Oracle publisher, pp. 162-169.
  19. N.E. Mundi (2001): “The need to involve children in Agricultural Programmes”. In C.P.O, Obinne, M.O. Obasi, and, O.N Agbulu (Eds), Research and Policy issues for children in Agriculture. Proceedings of the 4th Annual Research Network meeting and Conference of CIAP, Makurdi: pp. 327-333.
  20. N.E. Mundi (2004): “The Impact of Gender Inequalities in Socio Economic characteristics on Adoption of extension messages in Dekina LGA of Kogi State, Nigeria”. In Akande, S.O., Okuneye P.A., and Adeyeye, V.A. (Eds), Proceedings of the 17th National Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Nigeria, Abuja, Faith Unity  Press, pp 104-111.
  21. N.E. Mundi (2004): A review of the Roles of Women in Attaining Poverty Alleviation”. In Akande, S.O., Okuneye P.A., and Adeyeye V.A. (Eds), Proceedings of the 17th  National Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Abuja, Nigeria pp. 181-186
  22. Mundi N. E. (2007): “Rural Infrastructure and Water Supply for Rural Development in Nigeria”.InAihonsu Joy, Olubanjo, O.O, Akinleye S.O., and Okuneye, P.A. (Eds), Proceedings of the  21st Annual National Conference of FAMAN Ayetoro, Nigeria pp.30- 35.
  23. N. E. Mundi and V. A. Tenebe (2007): “Identification of Major Sources of Credit Available to Small Scale Farmers in Kogi State, Nigeria”. In U, Haruna, S.A., Jibril, Y.P. Mancha and M. Nasiru (Eds), National Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE). Proceedings of 9th Annual National Conference Bauchi, Nigeria pp. 364-370.
  24. N. E. Mundi (2008): “Provision of Agricultural Extension Services for the Rehabilitation of Physically Challenged Children through Open and Distance Learning (ODL) in Nigeria”. In Open and Distance Learning for Sustainable Development. 2nd African Council for Distance Education (ACDE) Conference proceedings publication Lagos, Nigeria pp. 1-11.
  25. N. E. Mundi and V. A. Tenebe (2008): “Open and Distance Learning as a Strategy for Training Extension Agents for Small – Scale Farmers: Issues and Challenges”. In ODL for Sustainable Development. 2nd ACDE Conference Proceedings publication Lagos, Nigeria pp. 1-18.
  26. Vincent Tenebe, Nda Mundi and Ahmed Gidado (2008): A Comparative Study of Direct Extension Teaching Methods and ODL on Technology Adoption Rate by Cowpea Farmers in Bauchi State Nigeria.2nd ACDE Conference Proceedings publication Lagos, Nigeria pp. 1-8.
  27. Babatunde Ipoye, Nda E. Mundi, Jari Sanusi, Felix Kayode, O. & Adewale Adesina (2010). elearning, Distance Education and Food Security in Africa: Capacity Building for the Millennium Development Goals. Book of Abstract Lusaka, Zambia. ISBN: 978-3-941055-09-4. Pp 198-200.
  28. Mundi, N.E (2011): identification of Indicators of Poverty Level and Socio-Economic Status of Rural Women in Kogi State, Nigeria. In Policy and Agricultural Development in Nigeria. Challenges and Prospects. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN). Held at Federal College of Agriculture, Akure, Nigeria. ISBN: pp 165-172
  29. Mundi, N.E (2011): Determination of Adoption Level of Recommended Farm Technologies among Groundnut (Arachis, Hypogae) Farmers in Gwer-west and Makurdi LGAs of Benue State, Nigeria. In Policy and Agricultural Development in Nigeria. Challenges and Prospects. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of FAMAN held at Federal College of Agriculture, Akure, Nigeria. ISBN; pp 353-359.
  30. N.E. Mundi (2012):  The Utilization of Biotechnological Aspects of Medicinal Plants in Crop Production and Protection. In “Biotechnology as a Tool for Peace and National Development”. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria ( BSN) held at the National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja Liaison Office’ NOUN- BSN Abuja, Nigeria : PP 38 – 42.
  31. Mundi, N.E and Awolumate, S.  (2012): Applications of Biotechnology in Plant and Animal Production: The Role of Agricultural Extension Services. In “Biotechnology as a Tool for Peace and National Development”. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria ( BSN) held at the National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja Liaison Office’ NOUN- BSN Abuja, Nigeria : PP 43 – 48.
  32. Mundi, N.E. and Tenebe, V.A. (2012): The Significance of Biotechnology in Agriculture and Food Industry. In “Biotechnology as a Tool for Peace and National Development”. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria ( BSN) held at the National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja Liaison Office’ NOUN- BSN Abuja, Nigeria : PP 205 – 211.                                                                                                                                                           Published Peer Reviewed Journal Articles in Circulation
  33. Mundi N. Ejifu (1996): Nigeria and Technology, Primary School as the starting point of scientific orientation, Teachers Education Journal (TEJ) Kogi State college of Education Ankpa Nigeria,  1  (3) : 101-108.
  34. N. E. Mundi (1998): Adoption Determinants of the Recommended Farm Innovation for rice production among farmers in Dekina and Bassa LGAs of Kogi State. Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology (JAST). Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi Vol. 5-8 1&2 (Special Edition): 112-119.
  35. N. E. Mundi and E. Ekpe (1998); Small Plot Adoption Technique as a Strategy for Teaching Agricultural Innovation to Farmers in Nigeria. Journal of Science, Technology and Mathematics Education (JOSTMED), Federal University of Technology Minna, Nigeria 1(1):107-111.
  36. Mundi N. Ejifu (1999): The impact of infrastructural facilities on adoption of Soyabean production technologies among farmers in Ankpa and Olamaboro Local Government Areas (LGAs) of Kogi State, Nigeria. Tropical Oil Seeds Journal (Production, Processing and Utilization). Institute of Agricultural Research & Training Moor Plantation, Ibadan, 4: 65-72.
  37. N.E. Mundi (2000): The Role of Women in Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria. African Journal of Economy and Society: 71 – 78.
  38. N.E. Mundi1 and C.O. Igodon2 (2000): Correlates of Adoption Behaviour: The Case of soyabean farmers in Ankpa and Olamaboro L.G.As of Kogi State, Nigeria. Savanna Journal of Science and Agriculture, Prince AbubakarAudu University AnyigbaKogi State, Nigeria 1(1) : 39- 45.           
  39. N.E. Mundi (2001) Motivational factors influencing Adoption of Soyabean Production Technologies among farmers in Ankpa L.G.A. of Kogi State Nigeria. Confluence Journal of Management, Kogi State University Anyigba Nigeria, 1 (1) : 72-77.
  40. N.E. Mundi (2001): The Influence of farmers Demographic characteristics on Adoption of Improved agronomic practices for soyabean productions in Ankpa and Olamaboro LGA.s of Kogi State Nigeria. Journal of Management & Technology, Federal Polytechnic Idah, Nigeria Vols. 2 &3 2000/2001 : 173-177.
  41. N.E. Mundi and O. Olufemi (2001): Human Resources Management and Organization. A. case study of Extension services in the Benue State Agricultural and Rural Development Authority (BNAR,I)A). Anyigba Journal of Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Kogi State University Anyigba, Nigeria 1(1) 81- 9 1.
  42. Mundi (2001): The role of women in National Development. Anyigba Journal of Arts and Humanities Kogi State University Anyigba  1 (2)  85-90
  43. N.E. Mundi1 and J.Y. Odiba2 (2002): Awareness of improved soyabean production technologies in Ankpa and Dekina LGAs of Kogi State Nigeria. Confluence Journal of Management; Prince Abubakar Audu University Anyigba, Nigeria 2 (1): 98 – 104.
  44. N. E. Mundi (2003): Impact of demographic characteristics on job training needs of village extension agents in Benue State Agricultural and Rural Development Authority. Journal of the National Association of Science, Humanities and Education Research. Kogi State College of Education Ankpa Nigeria 1 (1): 1 -9. 
  45. N.E. Mundi (2003): Sustainability Strategies for improving agricultural extension service delivery in Nigeria. Savanna Journal of Science and Agriculture, Faculty of Agriculture Kogi State University Anyigba, Nigeria Vol.  2 pp. 30-35.
  46. N.E. Mundi & A.A. Nendo (2003): Relationship between some characteristics of rice (oryza sativa) farmers and their adoption of improved recommendations for higher productivity in Benue State, Nigeria.  (Sava..J. .Sci. &Agric)   Faculty of Agriculture, Kogi State University Anyigba 2:36-43.
  47. N.E. Mundi (2003): Funding and Manpower Development for sustainable Agricultural Extension in Nigeria .Anyigba  Journal of Arts and Humanities, Faculty of Arts & Humanities Kogi State University Anyigba 2 (2): 189 - 194.
  48. N.E. Mundi (2003): Agricultural Technology as a Veritable Tool For Poverty Alleviation Strategy among Rural Women in Nigeria: Journal of Research and Contemporary issues, Benue State University Makurdi Nigeria 1(1): 85-93.
  49. C.P.O Obinne& N.E. Mundi (2004): Survey of Sheep and Goats Production in Benue and Ogun States of Nigeria: Implications for livestock extension. Inter-World Journal of Science and Technology, Durson Associates Applied Science, New York USA 2 (2): 95-104.
  50. N.E. Mundi &Ezengwa, P.C. (2004): Indigenous knowledge system and use of Agricultural Innovations by Farmers in Makurdi LGA of Benue State, Nigeria. Journal of National Association of Science, Humanities and Education ( NASHER) College of Education Ankpa, Nigeria 2( 2): 104-109
  51. N.E. Mundi (2004): Communication Behaviour of Farmers in relation to High yielding crop varieties in Benue State, Nigeria. Journal of National Association of Science, Humanities and Education Research (NASHER), College of Education Ankpa, Nigeria 3 (2): 38 – 45.
  52. Mundi N.E. (2006): Agricultural Science Instructional Methods in Senior Secondary Schools in Idah LGA of Kogi State, Nigeria. Teacher Education Journal (TEJ) College of Education Ankpa, Nigeria. 12: 110-115.
  53. N. E. Mundi (2005): The Utilization of Information and Communication Technology in Open    and Distance Education for National Development. Open Schooling Association of Common Wealth (OSAC) Journal of Open Schooling New Delhi, India 5 (1) : 88 - 94.
  54. N. E. Mundi & Ezenwa, P. C2. (2005): Assessment of Adoption Determinants of improved oil Palm production Technologies in Ovia North East LGA of Edo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Food and Agricultural Research, Ikote Ekpene, Nigeria 2(1) : 172-179
  55. N. E. Mundi (2006): Determination of job related Training Needs of Village Extension Agents in Benue State Agricultural and Rural Development Authority (BNARDA). International Journal of Educational Research (INJER) Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria Nsukka 1(1): 73-89.
  56. O.M. Olayiwola, G.N. Amahia, A.A. Adepoju and N.E Mundi (2009): Longitudinal Survey Participation Patterns in the South Western Region of Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science, University of Uyo, Nigeria 1 ( 2): 88-94.
  57. N. E. Mundi (2009): Analysis of Existing Poverty Alleviation Strategies of Rural Women in Kogi State, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science, University of Oyo, Nigeria1 (2): 80 -87.             
  58. N.E Mundi (2010). Identification of Agricultural and Non- Agricultural Income Generating Activities of Rural Women in Kogi State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Research and Polices 52(2):44-49.
  59. N.E Mundi (2010): A Review of the Constraints of Poverty Alleviation Strategies   in Bassa and Dekina Local Government Areas of Kogi State, Nigeria. Journal of Economics and management Studies, Kogi State University Anyigba 3(1): 84-100.
  60. Mundi N. E. (2011): Gender Analysis 0f Farm Technology Development in Three Communities in Kogi State, Nigeria.  Nigeria Journal of Rural Sociology 12 (2): 23-29.
  61. N.E. Mundi (2011):  Open and Distance Learning : A veritable Tool  for Promoting  Science and Technology among Girls and Women in Developing Countries.  International Journal of Research in Education, Accra, Ghana.
  62. Mundi N. E. &Tenebe, V. A. (2013): The Impact of Socio –Economic Characteristics of Rural Women on Poverty Alleviation Strategies in Kogi State, Nigeria. Journal of the Sustainable Livelihoods and Development Network for Africa 10 (1): 91 – 100.   
  63. Nda E. Mundi   (2013): Identification of Job – Related Training Needs of Village Extension Agents in Kogi State Agricultural Development Project. West African Journal of Open and Flexible Learning (WAJOFEL) 2 (2): 161 – 173.
  64. Nda E.  Mundi Vincent A. Tenebe (2013): The Role of Distance  Education  and  E- Learning in Agricultural Extension Services. Proceedings of the 7th Pan – Common Wealth Forum on Open Learning.
  65. Nda E. Mundi & Awolumate Samuel (2013): Enhancement of Learning for Orphanage and Vulnerable Children through Information and Communication Technologies in Open and Distance Learning. Proceedings of the 7th Pan – Common Wealth Forum on Open and Distance Learning. PP 483 – 487.
  66. Augustine, A. J. and Mundi, N. E. (2016). Organic Agriculture: A Tool for Sustainable Development in Nigeria. International Journal of Organic Agricultural and Environment 4(2):90-100.

    UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, MAKURDI, NIGERIA

  1. Acting for the acting Head of Department (Agricultural Extension and Communication, University of Agriculture Makurdi) When absent from the Office/Campus for either official or private Journey.     1997- 1999
  2. Other Administrative duties assigned by the Head of Department, Dean of the College and Vice-chancellor of the University. 1994-1999.                               KOGI STATE UNIVERSITY, ANYIGBA, NIGERIA
  3. Head of Department of Agricultural Economics & Extension, Kogi State University. 2000-2003
  4. Member of University Farm Management Committee (UFMU), Kogi State University Anyigba. 2000-2003.
  5. Member of Investigation Pannel on gunshot at Female Students Hostel. 2002
  6. Member Sub-committee on Monitoring of University Economic Trees under (UFMC) 2000-2003
  7. Member University Curriculum Review Committee. 2000-2003
  8. Chairman University Bus Service Committee. 2000-2003
  9. Chairman University Environment Management Committee. 2001-2003
  10. Acting for the Dean of the Faculty from time to time when on official /Private journeys /Trips. 2001-2003
  11. Representing the Dean on official& administrative meetings from time to time when away. 2002-2003
  12. Chairman University Utilities Committee. 2002-2003                                                                                                                                                             NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA(NOUN)LAGOS
  13. Head of Department /Unit Agricultural Extension & Management (AEM) 2010 -2015
  14. Member of the School Appointment and Promotion Committee (A&PC) School of Science & Technology. 2009-2016
  15. Member of Committee of University Course Material Monitoring and Auditing. 2010-2011
  16. Member of Committee to Identify Issues Related to Review of Obsolete Course Materials and Plagiarism. 2010-2011
  17. Member of the committee constituted by the Vice- Chancellor to investigate the case of unruly behavior of two Academic Staff of  
  18. the School of Art and Social Sciences which led to a physical bout between the two staff Aug. 6th - 31st  Aug 2012
  19. Member University Senate Library Committee. 2010-2015
  20. Member of the Technical Sub-committee of the Ad-hoc Committee on Africa Center of Excellence Project. 2013
  21. Chairman National Universities Commission (NUC) Committee, School of Science & Technology. 2013 –2014
  22. Head Adhoc Programme 11 in charge of Appointment of facilitators, Registrable courses, Approval of Research Project Topics and 
  23. Appointment of Research Project Supervisors. 2013 – 2014.
  24. Coordinator of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmmes (AEM)School of Science and Technology. 2013 – 2014.
  25. School of Science and Technology Representative on School of Post Graduate Studies Academic Board. 2013-  2015
  26. Chairman Implementation Committee on Creation of more Accommodation for Academic Staff in the School of Science and Technology. 2013 - 2014
  27. Chairman National Universities Commission (NUC) Committee, Faculty of Agricultural Science. 2014 - 2018
  28. Head Adhoc Programme 11 in charge of Appointment of facilitators, Registrable courses, Approval of Research Project Topics and Appointment of Research Project Supervisors in the School of Agricultural Sciences (SAS). 2014 –2015.
  1. Mundi N.E. (1995): Farmers Demographic Characteristics Influencing Adoption of improved. Agronomic practices for soya bean production in Ankpa and Olamaboro LGAs of Kogi State, Nigeria. A paper presented at the 8th Annual Conference and Launching of Tropical Oil Seeds Journal of the Nigeria Soya bean Association (NSA) held at Benue State Women Commission in May 15th _ 1811, 1995.
  2. Ekpe, E., Obinne, C.P.O. and Mundi N.E. (1997): Survey of Sheep and Goats production in Benue and Ogun States of Nigeria: Implications for Livestock Extension. A paper presented at the 31st Annual Conference of Agricultural Society of Nigeria (ASN) held at Conference Hall, NAERLS, A.B.U. Zaria on 4th – 7th May, 1997.
  3. Mundi N.E. and Ekpe, E. (1997): **Small plot Adoption Technique as a strategy for Teaching Agricultural Innovation to Farmers in Nigeria. A paper presented at the Seminar on Available Technologies for Transfer Organized by Co-operative Extension Centre (CEC), University of Agriculture, Makurdi, held at Convocation Square on 28th April - 3rd May, 1997.
  4. Mundi N.E. (1997): **Awareness of Information on Adoption of Improved Farm Technologies for Soyabean Production in Ankpa and Dekina Local Government Areas of Kogi State, Nigeria. Paper presented at the Seminar on Available Technologies for Transfer organized by Co-operative Extension Centre (CEC), University of Agriculture, Makurdi held at the Convocation square on 28th April – 3rd  May, 1997.
  5. Obinne, C.P.O. and Mundi N.E. (1998): Prospects of Alleviating Poverty in Rural Nigeria. A paper presented at the Annual Conference on Nigeria Association of Agricultural Economics, held at Conference Centre, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife April 15th – 18th  1998.
  6. Mundi, N.E.; Obinne C.P.O. and Ojogbane, J.A. (1988): Traditional Knowledge and use of Agricultural Practice by Farmers in Dekina Local Government Area of Kogi State, Nigeria. Paper presented at the 4"' Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension society of Nigeria (AESON), held at University of Agriculture, Makurdi, June 17th – 19th 1998.
  7. Obinne, C.P.O. (Dr); Musa, T.U. and Mundi N.E. (1988) Traditional Knowledge System in Livestock Farmers in Ankpa Local Government Area of Kogi State, Nigeria. Paper presented at the 4th Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON), held at University of Agriculture, Makurdi June 17th – 19th, 1998.
  8. Mundi N.E., Ezenwa, P.C. and Attah E.S. (1.988): Farmers socio Economic characteristics influencing adoption of improved oil palm production technologies in Ovia North-East Local Government Area of Edo State, Nigeria. A paper presented at the 14th Annual Conference/AGM Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) held at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi, on 20th – 23th September, 1998. 
  9. Enojoh S. Attah and Mundi N.E. (1988): Women Enterprises in National Economics. A paper presented at the 14th Annual Conference/AGM Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) held at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi, on 20th - 23rd September, 1998.
  10. Lawal, W.; Mundi, N.E. and Oyeyiola, O.E. (1998): Profitability of Soyabean Production in Makurdi Local Government Area of Benue State. A paper presented at the Annual Conference and Re-launching of Tropical Oil Seed Journal of Nigerian Soyabean Association (NSA)1; held at NUJ House, Ankpa Quarters, Makurdi on 19th  - 22nd  October, 1998.
  11. Mundi N. Ejifu (1998): The impact of infrastructural facilities on Adoption of Soyabean Production Technologies among farmers in Ankpa and Olarnaboro Local Government Area of Kogi State, Nigeria. A paper presented at the 15th Annual Conference and Re-launching of Tropical Oil Seed Journal of Nigeria Soyabean Association (NSA) held at NUJ House, Ankpa Quarters, Makurdi., 19th -22nd 1998.
  12. Nda E. Mundi (2000): Strategies for enhancing participation of Women Groups in Agricultural Extension Work in Nigeria. A paper presented at the 22ndInternational Conference of the National Association of Women Academics (NA WACS) held at University of Abuja on 5th -10th September, 2000.
  13. N.E. Mundi (2000): The Role of Rural Women in the Environmental Protection in Nigeria. A paper presented at the 2nd International Conference of NA WACS held at University of Abuja on 5th –l0th September, 2000.
  14. Mundi, N .E. (2000): The Role of Women. in poverty Alleviation in Nigeria. A paper presented at the 34th Annual Conference of Agricultural Society of Nigeria at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) Bauchi, on October 15th -19th 2000.
  15. Mundi N .E. (2000): Agricultural Technology as a veritable tool for poverty Alleviation among Rural Women in Nigeria. Paper presented at 24th Annual Conference of Agricultural Society of Nigeria held at ABTU Bauchi October, 15 – 19th, 2000.
  16. Mundi N.E .(2000): Environmentally Sustainable Strategies for Food Security in Nigeria. A paper presented at 16th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (F AMAN) at University of Agriculture, Abeokuta on 5th - 8th October, 2000.
  17. N.E. Mundi (2000): Methodological issues in the Evaluation of Extension Impact in Nigeria. Paper presented at 16th Annual Conference of FAMAN at University of Agriculture Abeokuta on 5th 8th October, 2000.
  18. N.E. Mundi (2001): Children in Agriculture Programme (CIAP) as an Extension veritable tool for continuity and sustainability in Agricultural Development in Nigeria. Paper presented at the 4th National Research Network meeting & Conference on ClAP held at University of Agriculture, Makurdi, 9th -11th October, 2001.
  19. N.E. Mundi (2001): Role perception of Agricultural Science Teacher in Young Farmers Clubs Programme in Nigeria: A Paper presented at the 4th National Research Network meeting of Conference on CLAP held at University of Agriculture Makurdi 9th -10th  October, 2000.
  20. N .E. Mundi (2001): Sustainability Strategies for Improving Agricultural Extension Service Delivery in Nigeria. A paper presented at the 7th Annual Conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) held at School of Agriculture, ATBU Bauchi19th - 23rd August, 2001.
  21. Mundi N.E. (2002): **Environmental issues in Kogi State Nigeria. An invited paper presented at the Workshop on the STATE OF ENVIRONMENT IN KOGI STATE, organized by Kogi State Government & United Nation, Development Programme (UNDP) held at Conference Hall, State Secretariat, Lokoja on 17th September, 2002.
  22. N.E. Mundi (2002): The Impact of Gender inequalities in Socio Economic Characteristics on Adoption of Extension messages in Dekina LGA of Kogi State. Paper presented at the 17th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria FAMAN) held at Sheraton Hotel and Towers Abuja on 22nd -24th October, 2002.
  23. N.E. Mundi (2002): Women as a vehicle for Pove11y Alleviation and Food Security in Nigeria. A paper presented at the 17[h Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (F AM AN) held at Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Abuja on 22nd -24th October, 2002.
  24. N.E. Mundi (2005) Socio-economic factors affecting adoption of farm innovation among groundnut (Arachishypogae) farmers in Benue State, Nigeria. A paper presented at the I" Annual Conference FUT A -Agric 2005, School of Agricultural and Agricultural Technology, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. 25th  -28th April 2005
  25. N .E. Mundi & Ibrahim E. Ahuoiza (2005). The impact of Benue State Agricultural and Rural Development. Authority (BSARDA) on small scale farmers in Makurdi LGA of Benue State, Nigeria. A paper presented at the 151 Annual Conference (FUTA -AGRIC 2005). School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology FUTA, Nigeria 25th -28th April 2005.
  26. N. E. Mundi (2006). Constraints of poverty Alleviation among the small –scale farmers in Nigeria. A paper presented at the 11th National Conference of Agric Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON). Held at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta on 3rd – 6th April, 2006.
  27. N. E, Mundi. (2006). The use of information and communication technology in Agric Extension -A paper presented at the 11th National Conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) Held at the university of Agriculture, Abeokuta on 3rd -6th April, 2006.
  28. N. E. Mundi (2007). Rural Infrastructure and Water Supply for Rural Development in Nigeria. A paper Presented at the 21" Annual National Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (F AMAN) held at the College of Agricultural Science, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Yewa Campus, Ayetoro, Ogun State, Nigeria on 3rd -6th September 2007.
  29. N.E. Mundi (2008). Provision of Agricultural Extension Services for the Rehabilitation of Physically Challenged Children through ODL in Nigeria. A Paper Presented at the 2nd ACDE Conference and General Assembly held Lagos, Nigeria on 8th - 11th July 2008.
  30. N. E. Mundi and V. A. Tenebe (2008); OOL as a Strategy for Training Extension Agents for Small Scale Farmers: Issues and Challenges. A Paper Presented at 2nd ACDE Conference and General Assembly, Lagos, Nigeria 8th -11th July, 2008.
  31. N.E Mundi, Babatunde Ipaye & Jari Sanusi (2010) e-learning, Distance Education and Food Security in Africa: Capacity Building for the Millennium Development Goals. A paper Presented at the 5thInternational Conference on ICT for Development, Education and Training held at Mulungushi International Conference Centre Lusaka, Zambia, 26-28 may, 2010.
  32. Mundi, N.E (2011). Identification of Indicators of Poverty Level and Socio-Economic Status of Rural Women in Kogi State, Nigeria. A paper Presented at 25th Annual Conference of Nigeria of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN). Held at Federal College of Agriculture, Akure, Nigeria. 5th-8th September, 2011.
  33. Mundi, N.E (2011). Determination of Adoption level of Recommended Farm Technologies among Groundnut (Arachis Hypgae) Farmers in Gwer-West and Makurdi LGAs of Benue State, Nigeria. A paper Presented at 25th Annual Conference of (FAMAN). Held at Federal College of Agriculture, Akure. 5th-8th September, 2011. 
  34. N.E. Mundi  ( 2012):  The Utilization of Biotechnological Aspects of Medicinal Plants in Crop Production and Protection. A Paper Presented at the 25th Annual Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria ( BSN). Held at the National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja Liaison Office’ NOUN- BSN Abuja, Nigeria 26th -31st August 2012.
  35. Mundi, N.E and Awolumate, S. (2012): Applications of Biotechnology in Plant and Animal Production: The Role of Agricultural Extension Services.  A Paper Presented at the25th  Annual Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria ( BSN).  Held at the National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja Liaison Office’ NOUN- BSN Abuja, Nigeria 26th - 31st August 2012.
  36. Mundi, N.E. and Tenebe, V.A. (2012): The Significance of Biotechnology in Agriculture and Food Industry. A Paper Presented at the 25th Annual Conference of Biotechnology Society of Nigeria (BSN). Held at the National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja Liaison Office’ NOUN- BSN Abuja, Nigeria 26th – 31st August 2012.
  37. Mundi, N.E. and Tenebe, V. A. (2012): Accessibility of Rural Women to Productive Resources and Use of Poverty Alleviation Strategies in Kogi State, Nigeria. A Paper presented at the International Conference on Sustainable Livelihoods and Development held at Yeri Lodge, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana November 26th – 30th 2012.
  38. Prof. Nda, E. Mundi (2017): Professor of Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology and Dean, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences National Open University of Nigeria. 11th Inaugural Lecture Series Titled: Agricultural Innovations and Rural Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria, Delivered at the NOUN Headquarters, Jabi, Abuja on 12th May, 2017.
  39. Mundi, N.E. and Awolumate, S. (2018). Participation of Rural Women in Agricultural Production in Kogi State, Nigeria. A Paper Presented at the 62nd Annual AGM/Conference of Association of Deans of Agriculture in Nigeria (ADAN) 2nd-5th July, 2018 in Bayero University, Kano.
  1. Award: Prize for the Best Student in Agricultural Science in final year NCE,College of Education Katsina-Ala in Benue State, Nigeria. 1981
  2. Member of the National Population Commission (NPC) Training Committee of Staff for Census Exercise at Makurdi in 1991 (certificate of merit issued). 1991
  3. Member of Extension Nationally Coordinated Research Project (NCRP).Funded by FMANR/UAM, Ref-UAM/CAEE/COM/31 in 1997-1998
  4. Certificate of Award/Participation for contribution to proceedings at the 21st Annual National Conference of FAMAN (Ayetoro 2007) held at the college of Agricultural Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University Ogun State, Nigeria in 2007. 2007
  5. Certificate of Merit Award to members of Extension National Coordinated Research Project (NCRP) funded by FMAANR/UAM REF-UAM/CAEE/COM/31. 1998
  6. Meritorious service Award for  NYSC in Kwara State. 1982
  7. Merit Award of Excellence for president of Bassa-nge development Union (BNDU) Ankpa branch. 1992
  8. National Institution for Educational planning and Administration. Certificate of Merit Award for Induction/Orientation course; Modern management strategies for senior staff of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) Lagos-March. 2007
  9. Certificate of Award for Contribution to Proceedings at the 25th Annual NationalConference of FAMAN held at Federal College of Agriculture, Akure, Nigeria. 2011
  10. Certificate of Award for Valuable Contributions to the International Conference on Sustainable Livelihoods and Development held at Institute ofAfrican Studies, Yeri Lodge, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana. 2012 
  11. Principal researcher of Socio-Economic Research Programme (SERP) Award at Kogi State University, Ayingba. 2001 – 2002.
  12. Team Leader/Coordinator of Extension, Nationally Coordinated Research Project (NCRP) Grant Award. 1998 – 1999.