Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Tanzania: Dar RC, Police, Tcra Team Up Against Cybercrime

THE office of the Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner in collaboration with police force and Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) are forming a joint team to deal with those who are misusing social media by promoting prostitution and homosexual acts.
The move comes in response to a recent incident of a video vixen popularly known as Amber Rutty, whose recorded pornographic video went viral on social media and drew condemnation from people of all walks of life.
According to the Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner, Paul Makonda, the taskforce was formed to help TCRA fight cybercrime, being conducted through promoting prostitution, deception and all other behaviours that lead to moral decay in the society.
"We have decided to take serious actions against all culprits of social media," he said, adding, he will start receiving names of all people who are suspected to be performing homosexual acts.
The doors will be open for a period of one week from Monday October 29 to Sunday, November 4. The names should be sent direct to his mobile phone number 0682 009 009.
And, as of yesterday, the RC said he had received more than 5,763 messages with more than 100 names of people engaged in homosexuality.
Mr Makonda said the problem of people promoting prostitution and homosexuality is alarming and that the regional administration has no reason to sit back and relax.
"We shall take action against all who will be found responsible of promoting and circulating pornographic footage on social media," he said.
He went on to explain that they will hold a crackdown to arrest those who are engaging in the immoral acts that are also prohibited by the laws of the land.
In another development, defence Advocate Hekima Mwasipu has moved the Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court to allow him to institute private prosecution against Socialite and Video Vixen Nasma Abdul, alias Amber Rutty, for allegedly posting and circulating pornographic captions and clips on social media.
In his application, the advocate is also requesting the Dar es Salaam Court to declare that the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has been irresponsible in charging Rutty with criminal offences. Mr Mwasipu, the applicant, is further asking the court to adopt the charge sheet he drafted as basis of the application.
The applicant has attached an affidavit to support the application, stating that Rutty has gained fame by her alleged immoral behaviour of recording, posting and circulating pornographic captions and clips which are lascivious and obscene through Instagram pages and Whatsapp groups.
He stated that at first time the Video Vixen posted pornographic clips in June 2018, when she was negotiating a three some sexual intercourse with two men on bed, the clip went viral and remained so till today.
On October 23, 2018, the advocate stated, Rutty recorded and circulated pornographic video clips and images on the social network, particularly Instagram and Whatsapp, portraying her having sex with a man who was not visible.
"Besides the criminal and immoral behaviour she has never been prosecuted nor interrogated by machinery responsible for criminal matters. The (DPP) has never taken any initiatives of charging (her) on her criminal behaviour," read part of the affidavit.
The deponent stated further that the pornographic clips not only constituted criminal offences, but also moral degradation of African Culture. He stated that the DPP was irresponsible and silent in taking relevant measures, including prosecuting the Video Vixen, resulting into public outcry over her acts.
Mr Mwasipu explained that he has charged the Video Vixen of three criminal offences of publication of pornographic material through instagram application which is lascivious and obscene, an offence against the provisions of section 14 (1 ) (a) and (b) of the Cyber Crime Act, 2015.
The applicant has also charged Nasma Abdul of gross indecency for allegedly recoding clips with another person privately and unnatural offence for allegedly having carnal knowledge against the order of nature with a man.
All the offences are alleged to have been committed between June and October 2018. Following the filing of the application in question, Senior Resident Magistrate Salum Ally has been assigned to determine the matter and has ordered the parties to appear before him on November 21, for mention.

Reasons For Black Rhino Needs Extra Protection

THE black rhino is an endangered species and the government is working tirelessly to save it from being totally extinct. According to wild life statistics, the number of these animals dropped tremendously in the recent past.
In a report, the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI), says the country had 10,000 Rhinos in early 1970s conserved in different national parks, but the number diminished to only 32 in 1995.
This is the reason for the heavyweight mammal to be classified as an endangered species. Dr Jasson John of the University of Dar es Salaam describes that African Rhinos are of two types, white and black rhinos.
He says though, color does not mainly distinguish black or white rhino, but their ways of life. He says what differentiates black and white rhinos is basically the way of feeding and calf rearing. He says that white rhinos have a wider mouth and they are grazers, eating grass like cows or goats while black rhino are browsers, feeding on tree tops like giraffe.
Another description is on calf rearing whereby a white female rhino's calf always stands in front of the mother, so that it can be protected from dangerous animals like lions. As for the black rhino, the calf comes behind the mother, so that she can make the way as it mostly lives in thick bushes, trees or forests.
There are natural, animal and human factors that led to the diminishing number of black rhino in Tanzania and the African continent as a whole. Poaching is the main factor for the death of this large wild mammal.
Mr Kolady Kayanda, a rhino project officer from World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Tanzania office says that poachers are killing rhinos is search of its single horn Mr Kayanda says the rhino's meat is not a driving force for poaching though he agrees with the fact that rhino meat is consumed by human beings but in reality, no single person can put energy into hunting a rhino for meat.
"It is very risky even for a poacher to indulge in rhino hunting as the huge and most powerful wild animal is very dangerous, it can violently kill its hunters" he stresses.
Explaining why poachers are risking their lives to search for rhino horn, Dr Jasson explains that the two main reasons are: on belief of being with some medicinal values and a sign of prestige mostly to some Asian communities.
"Some Asians believe that the rhino's horn has medicinal properties which are strengthening men's sexual performance and filtering impurities from the blood if ground and consumed. Also the horn signifies prestige, economic success and wealth at the same time" reveals Dr Jasson.
According to him, this has led to increased price of the horn as the reason for poachers risking their lives and disregarding the benefits of the Rhino's national heritage status into ending their life easily. Apart from poaching being identified as a human drive to the diminishing of a number of rhinos, there are some natural factors.
The main one is the nature of life in the jungle where animal fights and daily bread searching leads to some of rhinos to kicking the bucket. Dr Jasson also admits the fact that, a lion cannot easily engage into hunting an old rhino as it is a big and powerful animal.
The rhino calf according to him can be attacked and killed by lions and other types of carnivores. Another natural threats to rhino's life is between themselves over power and supremacy. Although these are rare cases, but Dr Jasson exemplifies of a male rhino that was brought to Serengeti national parks from South Africa that fought its fellow male rhino to the extent of losing life.
There are economic, social and environmental benefits of safeguarding rhino's life. These benefits the main driving forces for that the government, nongovernmental organizations and international communities are putting efforts to safeguard rhino's from being finished completely.
One of the main economic factors is that rhinos are attracting a good number of tourists, although it cannot be spotted on how many tourists are flocking into the country specifically looking for rhinos, but its tourism value is of highest class that can never be disregarded.
Rhinos being one of the big five wild animals has tremendous benefits to the economy of the country where tourists' operators and citizens living near national parks sees direct economic contribution from tourism sector. On environmental benefits, Mr Kayanda of WWF explains that rhinos are part of the ecosystem, efforts must be done so that they don't disappear for good. He says that animals in totality don't pollute natural environments.
"Unlike human beings, animal don't drill wells for water or other resources resources, if there is no water available at one point, it will go search for it to another point, they know where to search for food with minimal environmental effects" In reality, large animals like rhinos have a unique importance to environmental conservation and simplifying lives of other wild animals.
He explains that for they are big animals, rhinos do consume much food, this helps grazer animals like Zebra and wildebeest find food easily as bushes are cleared and making a path. Noted social factor of conserving rhinos is leaving inheritance for the future generations as insisted by the father of the nation the late Julius Kambarage Nyerere.
The government has never relented in making sure that rhinos and other wild animals are conserved and safeguarded from extinction. Formulation and implementation of National Wildlife Policy of 2007 and the Wildlife Conservation Act of 2013 are among factors that contributed to the recent increase in rhinos.
A good number of rangers are on shifting duty to twentyfour hours seven days a week to curb poaching activities. With this, some Tanzanian nationals and foreign citizens have been apprehended, sentenced and fined concurrently. International organisations like WWF have contributed to human and financial resources in support of government efforts.
For example, on 22 September 2018, WWF coordinated and cerebrated World Rhino Day for the first time in Dar es Salaam. The commemoration that focused on involving youth as the future decision makers in safeguarding the rhino's life, saw the participation of different stake holders who shared different research findings on the way of protecting the crucial animal and steps take so far.
During the rhino day commemoration, Dr. Emmanuel Masenga a conservationist from TAWIR said that the number of Rhinos is now adding up from 32 in 1995 to nearly 100 and it is expected that there will continue to increase in 20 years to come.
It is to certain that a matured rhino weighs up to two tones, the female rhino takes 15 months to give birth while after that, it will take a period of 3 years to bear another pregnancy. In Tanzania, Rhinos can live in Mkomazi, Ruaha, Mikumi, Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Selous national parks therefore the country is capacitated to conserve a biggest number of rhino and other wild animals.

Tanzania: RC Makonda - Delete Pornographic Materials in Your Accessories or Else

Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Paul Makonda has ordered all residents in the city who have restored pornographic videos and pictures in their phones and other accessories to delete them coming next Monday.
Speaking at region's offices early on Wednesday, RC Makonda said his newly declared ultimatum aims at fighting against homosexuality and prostitution in the region.
He said people who will not adhere to his directive are going to face legal consequences if found.
He singled out children as a group which is at risks of such pictures and video when they get access to their parents' or other adults' phones with such 'harmful' materials.
"Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) is capable of tracing those who store pornographic video and picture for the past three months, and they will be convicted for such offenses," he added.
He also announced a 17-member committee that will fight against homosexuality and cybercrime in the region.

MUHAS: List Of Students Get Loans Allocation From HESLB 2018/2019

The Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) started as the Dar es salaam medical school in 1963. The school then transformed into the faculty of medicine of the university of Dar es salaam that in 1991 was upgraded and became a college–the Muhimbili University College of Health Sciences (MUCHS).
In 1996, the Faculty of Medicine that was upgraded to a constituent College of the University of Dar es Salaam, with the aim of nurturing it to a full-fledged university later on was merged with the Muhimbili hospital to create the Muhimbili Medical Centre (MMC).

NIT: List Of Students Selected Fourth Round 2018/2019

We are delighted that you have decided to undertake your studies at National Institute of Transport  or considering to do so. This website describe the range of our courses and different activities done at the university which will give a flavor of life in our campus.
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UTARATIBU MPYA WA CONFIRM KWA WALIOCHAGULIWA CHUO ZAIDI YA KIMOJA
The National institute of Transport is a unique community our students and staffs dedicated to bringing out the best in all its members. Our aim is to provide the best possible environment for teaching, learning, research and public services, and our track record of success is well known in East Africa, Africa and the rest of the world. We will continue to ensure that your years at this university will be filled with excitement an experiences that you can treasure for a life time. 

LIST OF SELECTED APPLICANTS WITH MULTIPLE ADMISSIONS FOURTH ROUND

LIST OF SELECTED APPLICANTS TO JOIN NIT FOR VARIOUS BACHELOR PROGRAM 4TH ROUND

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

TCU: NOTICE TO PUBLIC ABOUT CONTINUOUS STUDENTS


The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) was established on 1st July 2005, under the Universities Act (Chapter 346 of the Laws of Tanzania) to succeed the former Higher Education Accreditation Council which had been in operation since 1995. It is a body corporate mandated to recognize, approve, register and accredit Universities operating in Tanzania, and local or foreign University level programs being offered by registered higher education institutions. TCU also coordinates the proper functioning of all university institutions in Tanzania so as to foster a harmonized higher education system in the country. In order to ensure that such a harmonious higher education system does not compromise institutional peculiarities and autonomy, each University has the legal right to operate under its own charter.

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Monday, October 29, 2018

HESLB: Loan Beneficiaries Second Batch 2018/2019


HESLB SECOND BATCH.
We are accountable for our own results, encourage ownership by taking initiatives and doing the right things for our organization. We feel obliged to make things better, to pursue excellence, and to do things in ways that further the goals of our organization. We will be answerable for our actions and the actions of our teams
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Saturday, October 27, 2018

FOURTH ROUND SELECTED APPLICANTS TO JOIN VARIOUS UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMMES AT ARDHI UNVERSITY FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2018/2019

Following  completion  of  the  fourth  round  of  application,  the  following  applicants  have  been  selected  to  pursue  various  undergraduate  degree programmes  at  Ardhi  University.  These  are  in  addition  to  the  other  batch  of  selected  students  from  rounds  one,  two  and  three  earlier  published on  our website  (the  list  is  still  published  on  our  website  todate).  The  management  wishes  to  congratulate  all  those  who  have  been  selected.  You are  rest  assured  that  Ardhi  University  is  your  place  to  be;  a  place  where  your  academic  dreams  will  be  nurtured  to  reality.  You  are  kindly requested  to  report  at  the  University  during  the  orientation  week  to  among  others,  register  for  your  studentship. Orientation  week  will  commence  on  29th  October  2018  and  will  last  up  to  02nd  November  2018.  Teaching  session  will  begin  on  05th  November 2018.  During  orientation  week,  students  will  be  guided  to  register  for  their studentship,  introduced  to  various  offices  and  places  at  the University.    Students  will  also  be  guided  on  how  to  pay  university  fee  using  the  Electronic  Government  Payment  Gateway  (eGPG)  after acquiring  a  control  number.  Students  will  also  be  briefed  on  all  matters  relating  to  academic  life  at  the  University Important  documents  for  the  registration  process  can  be  downloaded  from  the  University’s  website (http://www.aru.ac.tz).  These  include Admission  letters;  joining  instruction;  Form  C  (Medical  Examination);  and  Registration  Forms.  

ONLY  THOSE  SELECTED  AND  THEIR NAMES  PUBLISHED  ON  THE  UNIVERSITY’S  WEBSITE  AS  QUALIFIED/SELECTED  APPLICANTS  ARE  ENCOURAGED  TO DOWNLOAD AND FILL THE FORMS. Dully filled forms  will  be  returned  to  the  University  during  the  orientation  week. 

Issued  by: Prof.  Gabriel  Kassenga DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS. 

CLICK HERE FOR Fourth Round Selected Applicants to Join Various Undergraduate Degree Programmes for the Academic Year 2018/2019



ADMISSION LETTERS FOR ALL PROGRAMS 

THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, CONSTRUCTION ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT (SACEM)
THE SCHOOL OF EARTH SCIENCES, REAL ESTATES, BUSINESS AND INFORMATICS (SERBI)
THE SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (SEST)
THE SCHOOL OF SPATIAL PLANNING AND SOCIAL SCIENCE (SSPSS)

CHINESE AND FOREIGN JOURNALISTS LOOK AT HUIJIS' ACTIVITIES

The year 2018 is the first year to implement the 19-year spirit, the 40th anniversary of reform and opening-up, and the key year for the implementation of the 13th five-year plan of huiji district, zhengzhou city, to launch the comprehensive construction of the "industrial integration innovation zone, ecological livable tourism city". To create a good public opinion atmosphere, create "HuiSheng loud" project, on October 26, the district party committee propaganda bureaus and foreign affairs offices, district of zhengzhou city economic net letter do the host of the 2018 Chinese and foreign journalists to see HuiJi "activities will be held in HuiJi area, at that time, people from People's Daily, China, kwangmyong, Vietnam, Hong Kong DaGongWang, Taiwan flourishing newspaper, and in henan province and zhengzhou city mainstream media reporters and contributing their visit to delegates, into the zhengzhou city area, comprehensive real record HuiJi area of the development of the new look, new measures, new atmosphere, new achievements.

As one of the five districts in zhengzhou city, huiji district is located in the northern part of the city. It is named after the huiji long bridge in the sui and tang dynasties which remains in the territory. With a total area of 232.8 square kilometers, it is the largest district in zhengzhou city. With superior location, convenient transportation, beautiful environment, profound culture and rich resources, it is an important region for the inheritance and development of Chinese historical civilization. The world cultural heritage of China's grand canal across the territory, the national historic and cultural town - ancient yingzhen located here, rich in history and long. During the 40 years of reform and opening up, the huiji district has made tremendous changes in terms of ecological construction, industrial development, urban and rural appearance and social life. In recent years, HuiJi district party committee, the district government around the strategic orientation of national central city, zhengzhou city, accelerate to a ancient Xing grand canal culture area, northern HuiJi new district, zhengzhou HuiJi characteristic business district, zhengzhou commercial center of the construction of "four section" HuiJi area is toward "industrial integration development innovation area, ecological livable appropriate industry tourism city" goal.


This activity will focus on visiting the Yellow River scenic area of huiji district, zhengzhou section of tongji canal of China grand canal, zhengzhou chenzhai (double bridge) flower base, sanquan production base and liangkugong, an important cultural name card of the city. Through all-round and multi-angle recommendation, the unique charm of ecological livable, industry and tourism of huiji will be shown to facilitate the construction of zhengzhou national central city and further enhance the popularity and influence of huiji district at home and abroad.


Friday, October 26, 2018

Important Notice on Registration and Orientation 2018/2019

This is to inform the applicants who have been selected to join various Undergraduate and Diploma programs at the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) that the orientation week will officially begin on Monday 29th October, 2018 to Friday 2nd November, 2018 from 8:00am.
Selected applicants for Diploma Programs should report at their respective campuses as indicated in the admission letters. Admission letters and other instructions for Undergraduate and Diploma Programs should be collected from the Admissions Office at Muhimbili Campus. Selected Undergraduate students who are allocated rooms should report at the MUHAS Chole Road Hostel located at Masaki area near the International School of Tanganyika (IST) from 27th to28th October, 2018. Students who are not familiar with the location may wish to report at Muhimbili Campus where they will be taken to the Chole Road Hostels.
Registration will be done online from Thursday 25th October, 2018 through MUHAS Website. Make sure you bring the following items on the 29th October, 2018 at Muhimbili Campus for confirmation of your registration:
  1. Admission letter
  2. Original Birth Certificate
  3. Original Certificates of Secondary Education Examination; C.S.E.E, A.C.S.E.E or Diploma/Degree Certificate
  4. Four up-to-date black and white passport size photos, and four colored passport size photos bearing your name and the program of study at the back
  5. Filled Medical Examination Report Form
  6. Your Bank Account number and Name
  7. NHIF Student Registration Form (Available on MUHAS website). Copies will be provided for free at MUHAS during registration.
All necessary payments indicated in the joining instructions should be deposited as follows:
  1. For Undergraduate programsNMB Account No. 20901100002 in favor of Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS). In addition, all undergraduate students MUST pay a non-refundable TZS 10,000/= as contribution to Students Funeral Fund.
  2. Diploma Programs: (i) Muhimbili Campus: NMB Account No. 20901100016 in favor of Director, Institute of Allied Health Sciences (IAHS) (iiMpwapwa Campus: NMB Account No. 50401100055in favor of Principal, School of Environmental Health Mpwapwa. KCMC Campus: NMB Account No. 40301100194 in favor of Training Center for Orthopedic Technologists (TATCOT). N.B: Tanga Campus: Report to the campus for more information.
Those who have fulfilled the above requirements will be registered for studies in the academic year 2018/2019 after producing original deposit bank in - slip.
Please note that selected applicants for Undergraduate Programs will have to join or show evidence that they are members of the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) or other health insurance schemes in order to be registered.
Prospective students are advised to do all the necessary payments before arriving at the University so as to reduce unnecessary delay in the process of registration. All students are also advised to come with sufficient money to cover their subsistence expenses.
For joining instructions and other forms visit our website: www.muhas.ac.tz

Thursday, October 25, 2018

APPLICANTS ADMITTED INTO DIFFERENT NON-DEGREE STUDY PROGRAMMES | BATCH II

PUBLICATION OF VERIFIED NON-DEGREE
APPLICANTS ADMITTED INTO DIFFERENT 
NON-DEGREE STUDY PROGRAMMES:
BATCH II
The University of Dodoma (UDOM) wishes to inform the general public that the
applicants attached to this announcement have been verified by the Tanzania
Commission for Universities (TCU) for admission into different non-degree study
programmes offered by the University for the 2018/2019 Academic year. The joining
instructions should be accessed and downloaded from the applicants’ system accounts accessible through http://application.udom.ac.tz.
WELCOME TO UDOM!
WE ARE PREPARED TO PROVIDE YOU WITH QUALITY EDUCATION IN A 
STIMULATING ENVIRONMENT
ISSUED BY
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR – ACADEMIC, RESEARCH AND 
CONSULTANCY

Teaching Schoolgirls to Make Own Sanitary Pads

Menstrual cycles, with accompanying bodily changes and sometimes even abdominal pain, can be bad news to most ladies, but when it comes to school girls in remote rural areas, where protective pads are unheard of, the situation can be a nightmare.
Sanitary health, especially among school girls in rural villages is becoming something of paramount concern in the country and already ten districts have taken initiative to train students to make their own pads using local materials.
In Arusha, the training, coordinated by the Non-Government Organization of 'Haki-Elimu,' was conducted in Arumeru District covering four learning institutions, including two primary and two secondary schools where more than 100 students, 50 parents and 50 teachers attended the sessions.
"We conducted research in rural areas and discovered that most girls there use unhealthy methods to address their menstrual cycles," said Ms HabibaSwedi, one of trainers from Haki-Elimu.
She pointed out that some girls applied cow-dung to seal their private parts, others used grass and weeds, while there are those who secured themselves with old tattered clothes, things that placed them in danger of contacting other diseases.
"Also majority of girls chose to miss classes during their monthly periodic cycles, some staying away for between 4 and 7 days, which means the female pupils and students missed lessons for more than 80 days in a year," added Ms Swedi.
To address that, the experts have been visiting schools, across the country teaching the girls, their teachers and parents on how to knit sanitary pads using locally available materials as well as simple needle work.
The Haki-Elimu Program Officer in charge of community involvement, Naomi Mwakilembe said, the training, though targeting girls, it also involved parents and even male students so that they can assist their children and sisters.
"We want the entire community to understand what the girls go through during their menstrual periods, that is why even male students are involved so that when they come across a helpless female pupil undergoing such predicament, they should come in to assist instead of laughing at or ridiculing them," maintained Ms Mwakilembe.

Dar es salaam Schools Performance in STD 7 Exams Impress RC Makonda

Regional Commissioner (RC), Paul Makonda has commended teachers, ward education coordinators, education officers, parents/guardians and pupils for their joint efforts that contributed to the region's best performance in this year's National Standard Seven Examinations.
NECTA announced Dar es Salaam as the leading region among the top ten in the country in this year's National Standard Seven Examinations results by having candidates with high scores in five subjects, followed by Geita, Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Kagera, Mwanza, Iringa, Mtwara, Katavi and Njombe regions.
On his twitter account, the RC expressed his gratitude to the entire team that made the region proud, noting that his office will make some arrangements to award teachers and students as motivation for their good work.
Announcing the results on Tuesday, Dr Msonde said 957,904 primary school candidates registered to sit for the examinations, out of which 944,218 (98.82 per cent) sat for their exams.
Of that number, girls were 496,857, equal to 98.82 per cent and boys were 447,361 (98.3 percent). 13,686 candidates, equal to 1.43 per cent did not sit for the exams due to several reasons, including sickness and according to Dr Msonde, they will sit for their examinations next year. The NECTA boss pointed out that 733,103 candidates passed their examinations by between 100 and 150 marks.
"The number of candidates who passed is equal to 77.72 percent, out of which 382,830 are girls (77.12 percent) and boys are 350,272 (78.38 per cent). In 2017, the percentage of candidates who passed was 72.76 per cent, meaning there is an increment of 4.96 per cent this year.
According to NECTA, the top ten candidates and their schools in brackets are Ndemezo Lubonankebe (Kadama), Innocent Seleli (Carmel), Given Malyango (Tumaini Junior), Diomedes Mbogo (St Achileus Kiwanuka), Sweetbert John (Mingas), Najma Manji (Nyamuge), Beatrice Jeremiah (Mapinduzi B), Mohammed Mohammed (Raskazone), Luqman Ally (Raskazone) and Francisco Alphonce Maiga).
The top ten schools and their regions in brackets are Raskazone (Tanga), Nyamuge (Mwanza), Twibhoki (Mara), Kwema Modern (Shinyanga), Rocken Hill (Shinyanga), St Anne Marie (Dar es Salaam), Jkibira (Kagera), St Achileus Kiwanuka (Kagera), St Severine (Kagera) and Reikiza (Kagera).

NACTE: Notice To Public About Admission Of Certificate And Diploma Third Round

The National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) was established by Act of Parliament Cap. 129 to oversee and coordinate the provision of technical education and training in Tanzania. Technical education and training in this context is defined as:
This scope of NACTE covers all tertiary education and training institutions other than universities and their affiliated colleges, delivering courses at technician, semiprofessional and professional levels leading to awards of certificates, diplomas degrees and other related awards.

UPDATED UDSM: List Of Students Selected To Join MLIMANI MAIN CAMPUS, DUCE CAMPUS AND MUCE CAMPUS 2018/2019

DIRECTORATE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS FOR 2018/2019 - MLIMANI CAMPUS, DUCE CAMPUS AND MUCE CAMPUS 
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR – ACADEMIC
The following applicants have been selected to join various undergraduate degree programmes for the academic year
2018/2019 at the University Of Dar es salaam (UDSM). The orientation week has been rescheduled to start on 03rd November 2018 to 10th November 2018 insted of starting on 27th October 2018 as previously annonced. Selectedapplicants who reside in Dar es Salaam are strongly advised to continue collecting their admission letters from the Mwl.J.K. Nyerere Mlimani Campus | Duce Campus  and Iringa Muce Campus those who rised in other regions may collect their admission letters during theorientation week.

See Names in pdf below

UDSM MLIMANI MAIN CAMPUS
LIST 1
LIST 2
LIST 3 [ NEW ] 

DUCE
LIST 1
LIST 2 [ NEW ] 

MUCE
LIST 1
LIST 2 [ NEW ]

UDSM: Notice To Public About Registration Of First Year Students | Academic Year 2018/2019

The University of Dar es Salaam is a public university in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. It was established in 1961 as an affiliate college of the University of London. The university became an affiliate of the University of East Africa in 1963, shortly after Tanzania gained its independence from the United Kingdom
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UDOM: Opened Fifth Round Of University Applications | Academic Year 2018/2019

ANNOUNCEMENT FOR APPLICANTS: FIFTH ROUND
The University of Dodoma (UDOM) would like to inform all candidates with suitable
qualifications to apply for admission into different study programmes offered by the
University for the 2018/2019 Academic year. The Fifth Round of admission cycle will
start on 25th October, 2018 and end on 27th October, 2018. In the application process, the following should be remembered:
1. Those who applied in any of the previous rounds but were not successful need
not pay in order to re-apply. They just need to choose programmes that best reflect their qualifications and interests.
2. Those who did not apply during the previous rounds should do so in the fifth
round by paying a total of TZS 10,000.00. The channels and procedures for payment remain the same as those used in the previous rounds.
3. Applicants are strongly advised to read the attached list of study programmes
with their respective available slots before they lodge their applications.

WELCOME TO UDOM!
WE ARE PREPARED TO PROVIDE YOU WITH QUALITY EDUCATION IN A
STIMULATING ENVIRONMENT
ISSUED BY
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR – ACADEMIC, RESEARCH AND
CONSULTANCY
2018.10. 24

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IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS FOR ALL UNDEGRADUATE STUDENTS

IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS FOR ALL
UNDEGRADUATE STUDENTS
As we prepare to engage in studies for the 2018/2019 academic year, the University of
Dodoma (UDOM) wishes to inform all undergraduate students (degree and non-degree)
that in order for them to proceed with studies smoothly, they must have information on
different aspects of the University. All undergraduate students are strongly advised to read three (3) key documents bearing the following titles:

1. UDOM Prospectus for the 2018/2019 Academic Year
2. Undergraduate Students’ Handbook
3. Transition from Secondary Education to University Education: Tips for Undergraduate Students
All these documents could be accessed from the University website at (www.udom.ac.tz/downloads) OR Following Below.
  1. UDOM PROSPECTUS FOR THE 2018/2019 ACADEMIC YEAR
  2. UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS' HANDBOOK
  3. TRANSITION SECONDARY EDUCATION TO UNIVERSITY EDUCATION: TIPS FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
ISSUED BY
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR – ACADEMIC, RESEARCH AND
CONSULTANCY
2018.10.24
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