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These instructions give you guidelines for preparing Generally, Nigeria currently ranks 142 in the global human resource index of all nations, suggesting that Nigeria HR development policies and practices are questionable given the human resources the country is endowed with. Most recently, the HR practitioners in the country have called for an urgent improvement of HR development in the country including the education sector for better economic performance. Therefore, in response to the call for the human resources development in the country for better economy performance, this paper explores the effectiveness of HR development in Nigerian private universities. This paper argued that active and focused HR development initiatives would ensure business sustenance even in the education sector. Thus, Human resources therefore need to be highly innovative and dynamic in order to rise up to the challenges of modern education and making the Nigerian students global competitors.