Segun Okuta, Josephine Musa Dawha, Challenges of Automobile Technology in Entrepreneurship Development, ILSHS Volume 32, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 32)
    The desire of Federal Government of Nigeria and the world over is the building of a better world in the 21<sup>st</sup> century, where the economy of the nations would be seen to have developed by quality of high level manpower produced by higher institutions of learning. Therefore, educators of tertiary institutions must prepare for entrepreneurial training that will richly transform the economy. In discussing the challenges of Automobile Technology in entrepreneurship development, the paper examines the concept of entrepreneurship development, the roles of government and non-governmental organizations, challenges of Automobile Technology in entrepreneurship development such as lack of practical based curriculum and inadequate funding. The paper also offers suggestion that curriculum should be frequently reviewed and adequate funding be provided.
    Automobile Technology, Economy, Entrepreneurship Development, Practical Base Curriculum