Friday, August 31, 2018

UDOM: College of Informatics and Virtual Education (CIVE)

UDOM: College of Informatics and Virtual Education (CIVE)

The University of Dodoma
College of Informatics and Virtual Education (CIVE)
Regular Short Courses at CIVE
The College of Informatics and Virtual Education (CIVE) of the University of Dodoma through its center
of Consultancy and Professional Services Bureau announces the following courses to the public. These
courses will be conducted from September 2018 to February 2019.
NB:
• These courses will be offered at the College of Informatics and Virtual Education of The
University of Dodoma.
• Apart from the above mentioned courses, the College offers other custom-specific courses related
to ICT.
• The above mentioned courses may be conducted anytime upon request from any organization,
any interested individuals or business firm.
For more information about the aforementioned courses (such as course objectives, contents, learning
outcomes, mode of delivery, etc.), please contact:
The Coordinator of Consultancy and Professional Services Bureau,
College of Informatics and Virtual Education,
The University of Dodoma.
Email:, adam.mtaho@udom.ac.tz , abasigie@yahoo.com
Phone: +255 713 30 75 30

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TCU: Revised Almanac for 2018/2019 Admission Cycle

TCU: Revised Almanac for 2018/2019 Admission Cycle

PUBLIC NOTICE
Revised Almanac for 2018/2019 Admission Cycle
This is to inform the General Public and all prospective applicants for admission into various undergraduate degree programmes that pursuant to section 12(2)(a)(b) of the Universities Act, Cap. 346 of the Laws of Tanzania, The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) is mandated to coordinate admissions to Universities in the United Republic of Tanzania.
In this regard, TCU announces the almanac for 2018/2019 admissioncycle for purposes of ensuring a smooth and timely coordination of admissions activities in Tanzania. Almanac for 2018/2019 Admission Cycle.

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Thursday, August 30, 2018

Steps To  Start A Successful Business

Steps To Start A Successful Business


In doing business you must have plan how you can start it and where to reach in certain period. So You must read the following steps before initiate a business. The following below are steps to start a successful Business.

1. Have a good idea of ​​business. Having the best idea of ​​business you want to do is a key to success in a business you are doing or what you want to do. Choosing the best idea of ​​business goes along with the needs of people in the area. For example, if you want to start a business you must look at what people need. Once you know what they need and then you will find the idea of ​​doing business. So the best idea of ​​business is happening to people around you

2. Perform surveys for business purposes. Before setting up an affair business you must find a place for business, not only the area but the proper place for doing business. Choosing the right place to trade is the same as choosing a good marriage mate, for if you make mistakes you will blame yourself for your whole life. So all the time you have to do is make sure you choose a potential area for doing a business so as to be successful business.

3. Prepare capital. Once you get a better idea of ​​business, and once you find the best place for investing your business, You have to start looking for capital for completion of your business idea. Responsibilities of getting a capital will be made available once you get a better idea of business. 


4. Be creative. Because in this world everything is the same, so you can distinguish yourself from others and make sure you become more creative so you can succeed in the business you do, or the business you expect to do. When you become creative it helps you build your business and make the business look successful by getting many customers.Whenever you make creative in your business you will be sure to succeed. 


5. Learning for the successful ones.Once you are looking for capital you have to learn from people who have already been successful in the business. Also if you learn from people who have succeeded in doing so can make you to be more creative than those you have learned from. But it emphasizes that learning you must read various books that will increase knowledge in the business you want to do. For example, you can visit this successful compass network every time there are many things that will make you up, if you decide to allocate your time for learning.


6. You need patience. Once you know all this, the last thing you have to do is to be patient. Patience is the solid basis for you to move further. So in order to be more successful, you must remember what the word means patience
Call For Oral Interview At University Of Dodoma (UDOM)

Call For Oral Interview At University Of Dodoma (UDOM)

1 CALL FOR ORAL INTERVIEW - LIBRARY 

OFFICERS AND LIBRARY ASSISTANTS

The University of Dodoma invites the following applicants for oral interviews to be held on Friday, 
31st August and Monday 3rd September, 2018. Interviewees are required to report to the Central 
Administration Block at 7:30 a.m. on the respective dates for completion of the necessary formalities prior to the interviews. Interviewees are reminded to carry with them: 
(i) Identity cards for ease of identification e.g. Passports, voter registration cards, employment IDs etc.
(ii) Original and copies of certificates including Form IV, Form VI, Diploma, Degree, Birth Certificates etc. 
(iii) "Testimonials", "Provisional Results", "Statement of Results", as well as Form IV and Form VI results slips are not acceptable.
(iv) Two recent (Passport Size) photographs
Please also NOTE that;
(i) All costs of travel, meals and accommodation shall be borne by the interviewees themselves.
(ii) Only candidates whose names are listed below will be interviewed.

Friday, 31st August, 2018

LIBRARY OFFICER II
1 Hasna P. Mndeme F
2 Amina J. Mokiwa F
3 Agnes J. Marwa F
4 Rachel Range F
5 Kujaely Eliyapendavyo Msuya M

LIBRARY ASSISTANT II
1 Husna I. Lutavi F
2 Faith Mhagama F
3 Monica A. Mkwela F
4 Erick M. Charles M
5 Debora J. John F

Monday 3rd September, 2018
LIBRARY OFFICER II
1. Sada Kassim Nyangalilo F
2. Salama Kigumunyi F
3. Idd Muhsin Sudi M
4. Adimu Said Nihuka M
5. Omary Eliasa Nzogo M
6. Hulilo S. Lutaha M
7. Mariam Julius Shadolo F
8. Amina M. Kihanza F
9. Martha Mganga F
10. Paul Mjenda M
11. Victoria E. Kapinga F
12. Sevelian Silinu M
13. Joe Robert Mtaki M
14. Khamis Salim Aziz M
15. Faudhia V. Khalfan F
16. Victoria I. Simchile F

LIBRARY ASSISTANT II
1. Kalenge S.Bahelo F
2. Hellen B. Yovenenary F
3. Mwanahamisi Mashaka F
4. Jenifer J.Mlulu F
5. Mathias M. Myovela M
6. Frola Kavindi F
7. Felista Aron F
8. Rachel D.Lugoye F
9. Aida Ndewele F
10. Erick Philo M
11. Christa D. Kaishozi F
12. Mariam H. Shaibu F
13. Devotha S. Mohele F
14. David Maiga M
15. Innocent D. Assenga M
16. Alfa m. Chipalo M
17. Lucas N. Mbeye M
18. Akweson M.Fadhiri F
19. Peter A. Mhondola M
20. Neema Briton F
21. Asia K. Chinguile F
22. Magdalena P. Mayengo F
23. Christina Chacha F
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2.CALL FOR ORAL INTERVIEW - TUTORIAL ASSISTANT IN PROCUREMENT AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

The following candidates who sat for a written interview for the post of Tutorial Assistant in Procurement
and Logistics Management are invited for oral interview which will be held on Friday, 31st August,
2018.
Interviewees are required to report to the Central Administration Block at 7:30 a.m. for completion of
the necessary formalities prior to the interview. Interviewees are reminded to carry with them:
(i) Identity cards for ease of identification e.g. Passports, voter registration cards, employment IDs
etc.
(ii) Original and copies of certificates including Form IV, Form VI, Diploma, Degree, Birth
Certificates etc.
(iii) "Testimonials", "Provisional Results", "Statement of Results", as well as Form IV and Form VI
results slips are not acceptable.
(iv) Two recent (Passport Size) photographs
Please also NOTE that;
(i) All costs of travel, meals and accommodation shall be borne by the interviewees themselves.
(ii) Only candidates whose names are listed below will be interviewed



Selections Of Universities Students 2018/2019 | Water Institute

Selections Of Universities Students 2018/2019 | Water Institute

ABOUT WATER INSTITUTE 
Water Institute (formerly Water Development and Management Institute) and Water Resources Institute (WRI) was established in the year 1974, being a unit in the Ministry of Water and Energy. The aim was to meet the need for middle-level water technicians under the former National massive 20-years Rural Water Supply Programme (1971-1991). In 1980 the name of the Institute was changed to Rwegarulila Water Resources Institute (RWRI).
On 22nd August 2008 former name of the Institute was changed to Water Development and Management Institute (WDMI) following a transformation of organizational status from a unit in the Ministry of Water to an Executive Agency
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Now, Water Institute, the aim of Water Institute is to develop and provide expertise required in the water sector through training, consultancy, and research under the policy guidelines of the Ministry of Water.
Water Institute provides training programmes leading to National Technical Awards (NTA) level 4, 5 and 6 in Water Supply and Sanitation Engineering; Hydrology and Meteorology; Hydrogeology and Water Well Drilling; Water Laboratory Technology and Irrigation Engineering.
After 2008 up to 2013 the institute being an executive agency a total of 758 students has been enrolled indicating a rapid growth in enrolment in comparison to previous enrolment before being an executive agency
WI is fully registered and its programs are accredited by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE).
CLICK HERE FOR SELECTIONS OF OTHER UNIVERSITIES
SELECTED APPLICANTS TO JOIN WATER INSTITUTE FOR DIPLOMA PROGRAM’S 2018/19
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD ADMISSION LETTER AND JOIN INSTRUCTION

SEE SELECTED NAMES OF STUDENTS IN PDF BELOW.

How To Get Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) In Tanzania

How To Get Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) In Tanzania


When I wrote about how to create a company I also explained that when you completed the registration of the company and you got a registration certificate there are other things to do before the formal business start. One of those things I said when you did not get a certificate you had to go to the relevant municipalities and get a business license. The relevant municipality is the municipality where your company's office will be.Something else after obtaining a certificate of registration is to get a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN). In order for a company to trade legally it should have received this number. 
It is possible that each shareholder has a taxpayer number but those numbers can be used as individuals and not of the company.The company should have its own independent number. 
Also for group members, such as saccos, civil society organizations and NGOs, and have to have a taxpayer number for those groups.

1.WHERE TO GET TIN NUMBER 
The Tanzanian Revenue Authority (TRA) is the authority responsible for issuing tax payer number. Initially these numbers were issued at the headquarters of the revenue authority where the promotion of services has been set up regional offices in various areas that serve the needs of the regional  for example in Dar es Salaam, office existing around area of Shaurimoyo. However, there are some areas where regional offices have not been set up for example in the regions areas where they forced to follow this service at the headquarters of the revenue authority in Dar es salaam.

2. HOW TO GET TIN NUMBER OF COMPANY.
To get the company's Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), you need to go with the following things.

(a)  Two photos of passport for each director. Directors either two, three or one, each should submit their two pictures of passport size.

(b)  Photocopy of Identify. Here the identity may be national, voting, birth certificate, passport or driving license.

(c) Photocopy of company or group constitution of (memorandum & article of association). This aims to show the kind of business that the company will be doing.

(d  ) Photocopy of incorporation certificate. This is to prove that the company applying for a taxpayer's license is legally registered.

(e  ) The cave agreement of the area where the business will be undertaken. If it's your home then you will submit the ownership documents for that house.

(f) A  letter filled with a local government chairman of the business that will be undertaken. This letter is issued by TRA's revenue authority and is filled with local government chairman. So this letter will follow the TRA and send local servers to fill them up and seal it.

At the end of the document, you will go to TRA where you will find a specific form that you will need to fill in. In those forms there are part of the company's directors to sign up with your homeowner who has appointed the office as you have planned.Afterward you will be interviewed for a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN).

3.HOW TO GET TIN NUMBER OF NGOs, GROUPS / SACCOS.

The following are the necessary ingredients.

(a)  One copy registration certificate from RITA. The RITA Authority is responsible for the registration of groups and their certificate must be attached to confirm the registration.

(b)  One copy of the Group Constitution and a summary of the final session.

(c)  Two passport photos of the secretary, treasurer and chairman.Each two passportsize.

(d)  One copy of the cave agreement if the group's office is scheduled or documented, the residential license, if the office is not planning.

(e) One copy of ID for each partner(group Member). Here the identity may be national, voting, birth certificate, passport or driving license.

(f  ) A letter filled with a local government chairman of the business that will be undertaken. This letter is issued by TRA's revenue authority and is filled with the chairman. So this letter will follow the TRA and send local governments to fill them with their seal.

Here also after completing all the documents will be filled with the existing formats of the revenue authority and will be held shortly for the characters and Taxpayer Identification Number TIN will be available.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

TAMISEMI: Termination Of Public Servants Transferring

TAMISEMI: Termination Of Public Servants Transferring

It will be remembered that during the period 2017/2018, the Office of the Presidential Administration and Local Government (OR-TAMISEMI) has transferred to some of the Local Government officials. 
After the transfer took place, there was a need for an overview of how the transfer exercise takes place in order to improve the delivery of the service. In line with the evaluation, the Presidential Office-TAMISEMI in conjunction with the Presidential Office - Public Service Management and Good Governance is in the process of forming an electronic transfer application system to enable local authorities and Local Government Authorities to access transfer services faster and easier.
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In this sense, we would like to inform all staff in the Regions and Local Government Authorities that the transfer of Staff from the Regions and Local Government Authorities has been temporarily suspended until the comprehensive evaluation of the delivery of the service will be completed. 
After the assessment exercise is completed, you will be informed of the continuation of this exercise via the official website of the Presidential Office-TAMISEMI and its social networks that are. (www.tamisemi.go.tz

Posted By: 
Rebecca Kwandu 
Head of Communications Communications Unit, 
Office of the President, 
Regional Administration and Local Government. 
28 August, 2018
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Monday, August 27, 2018

CLICK HERE FOR SELECTIONS OF UNIVERSITIES ACADEMIC YEAR 2018/2019

CLICK HERE FOR SELECTIONS OF UNIVERSITIES ACADEMIC YEAR 2018/2019



According Tanzania Commission Of University (TCU)All University allowed to register students academic year of 2018/2019 will be released any time from now because names have been sent to the particular universities. To see names click particular university name so as to go to see selected names of a given university.
  1. National Institute Of Transport 
  2. University of Dar Es Salaam
  3. Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences
  4. Sokoine University of Agriculture
  5. Ardhi University
  6. University of Dodoma
  7. Open University of Tanzania
  8. Mzumbe University
  9. Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences (Weill Bugando University College)
  10. Eckernforde Tanga University
  11. Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere University of Agriculture and Technology MJNUAT
  12. Archbishop Mihayo University College of Tabora
  13. St Francis University College of Health and Allied Sciences
  14. Tanzanian Training Centre for International Health
  15. Stella Maris Mtwara University College
  16. University of Bagamoyo UoB Dar es Salaam
  17. Josiah Kibira University College
  18. Mkwawa University College of Education
  19. Tumaini University Makumira
  20. Muslim University of Morogoro
  21. Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science & Technology
  22. State University of Zanzibar
  23. Institute of Rural Development Planning
  24. Dar Es Salaam Institute of Technology
  25. Institute of Finance Management
  26. Saint Augustine University of Tanzania
  27. Kampala International University in Tanzania KIUT
  28. St Joseph University in Tanzania
  29. College of Business Education
  30. Sumait University
  31. Tumaini University Stefano Moshi Memorial University College
  32. Ruaha Catholic University
  33. University of Arusha
  34. Institute of Social Work Dar es salaam
  35. United African University of Tanzania
  36. Institute of Accountancy Arusha
  37. Hubert Kairuki Memorial University
  38. Saint John's University of Tanzania
  39. Zanzibar University
  40. Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College
  41. Dar es Salaam University College of Education
  42. International Medical & Technological University
  43. Moshi Co-operative University
  44. Mount Meru University
  45. Teofilo Kisanji University
  46. Mbeya University of Science & Technology
  47. Tumaini University Dar es Salaam College
  48. Sebastian Kolowa Memorial University
  49. Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy
  50. Arusha Technical College
  51. University of Iringa
  52. Mwenge Catholic University
  53. Jordan University College
TCU: Date To Release First Round University Selections.

TCU: Date To Release First Round University Selections.

Almanac for 2018/2019 Admission Cycle
This is to inform the General Public and all prospective applicants foradmission into various  undergraduate degree programmes that pursuant to section 12(2)(a)(b) of the Universities Act, Cap. 346 of the Laws of Tanzania, The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) is mandated to coordinate admissions to Universities in the United Republic of Tanzania.

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Click Year For Selection Za vyuo 2018/2019
In this regard, TCU announces the almanac for 2018/2019 admission cycle for purposes of ensuring a smooth and timely coordination of admissions activities in Tanzania.
NOTE: Second Round applications FOR 2018/2019 will be 3rd – 7th Sept 2018
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Almanac for 2018/2019 Admission Cycle
READ IN PDF BELOW SELECTION OF UNIVERSITIES 2018/2019
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