Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Call for Second Round Application (Diploma Programs)

Call for Second Round Application (Diploma Programs)


This is to inform the public that Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) through the Institute of Allied Health Sciences invites applications for diploma programs (Second round) to cover unfilled slots for the following programs;
I. Diploma in Environmental Health Sciences (Muhimbili) – 11 Slots
II. Diploma in Environmental Health Sciences (Mpwapwa Campus) -26 Slots
III. Diploma in Environmental Health Sciences (Tanga Campus) - 22 Slots
IV. Diploma in Orthopaedic Technology (KCMC) - 7 slots
V. Diploma in Diagnostic Radiography - 5 Slots
VI. Diploma in Nursing – 15 Slots
VII. Diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences- 10 slots
VIII. Diploma in Pharmaceutical Science - 5 slots
Interested applicants are required to visit MUHAS Admissions Office with copies of their academic certificates and their NACTE Log in credentials.
Please NOTE: This is STRICTLY for qualified applicants who applied through NACTE Online Application System but were not selected due to various reasons. For detailed information, please visit MUHAS Admissions Office or Office of Director, Institute of Allied Health Sciences (IAHS).
Deadline for receiving and processing applications is strictly on 30th November, 2018.
CANCELLATION OF LECTURES/SEMINARS THAT ARE TO BE CONDUCTED IN FARM B2

CANCELLATION OF LECTURES/SEMINARS THAT ARE TO BE CONDUCTED IN FARM B2

The Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) has experienced major developments and transformation  in various areas of its operation. 

At its establishment in 1984, SUA was organized into Faculties, Directorates, Institutes, Centres and administrative Departments/Units. It started with three faculties namely the Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Forestry and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. 

Later on the following faculties, Institutes and Directorates were established; Directorate of Research and Postgraduate Studies (1986), Institute of Continuing Education (1988), Development Studies Institute (1988), Sokoine National Agricultural Library (1991), Computer Centre (1993), Faculty of Science (1999), SUA Centre for Sustainable Rural Development (1999) and Pest Management Centre (2000). 

For a period of 10 years since 2004, Moshi University College of Cooperatives and Business Studies were nurtured as a Constituent College of SUA until it was elevated into a fully-fledged Moshi Cooperative University (MoCU) in 2014.

Cancellation of lectures
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR STUDENTS SEEKING FOR TRANSFER FROM   FIVE UNIVERSITIES TO THE UNIVERSITY OF DODOMA (UDOM)

ANNOUNCEMENT FOR STUDENTS SEEKING FOR TRANSFER FROM FIVE UNIVERSITIES TO THE UNIVERSITY OF DODOMA (UDOM)


The University of Dodoma (UDOM) wishes to inform the general public that, the
arrangements leading to registration of all students who were directed by the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) to transfer their credits to UDOM have been completed. The students in question include those from Josiah Kibira University College
(JoKUCO), Mount Meru University (MMU), Sebastian Kolowa Memorial University
(SEKOMU), International Medical and Technological University (IMTU) and Jomo
Kenyata University in Arusha Tanzania (JKUAT).
All concerned students are informed that, the registration process will be done from 1st to 2nd December, 2018. After registration, all registered students will be allowed to proceed with studies as from Monday 3rd December, 2018. To enable smooth conduct of studies,all students will be oriented on key issues that need to be observed in the course of
studies. The registration process will take place in respective Colleges starting from
8:00 am to 6:00 pm.
While there will be a case-by-case analysis of the students’ transfer-related matters, the general condition is that, all students must effect payments of at least 50% of tuition fee and 100% of non-tuition fee. The Fee Structure for the 2018/2019 academic year is attached for reference purposes. Students transferring credits to health-related
programmes i.e. MD and BSc (Nursing) will be required to pay for one Semester only in
their respective year of studies. For loan beneficiaries of the HESLB, the University will arrange for transfer of their loans from their former institutions to UDOM.
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Monday, November 26, 2018

MUHAS: Cancellation of Classes on 29th and 30th November, 2018

MUHAS: Cancellation of Classes on 29th and 30th November, 2018

This is to inform all MUHAS students and Staff that on Thursday 29th and Friday 30th November 2018 there will be two important events to be held at the University Premises. These events are:
1. Convocation Symposium and Annual General Meeting to be held on Thursday 29th November, 2018 from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon.
2. Academic Price Giving Ceremony to be held on Friday 30th November, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Based on the above, all classes sessions will be cancelled on Thursday 29th November, 2018 from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon and Friday 30th November, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm to enable students and staff to participate into these events.
All Postgraduate students are required to participate to the Convocation Symposium as Alumni of this University
The venue for these events will be Lecture Hall 4 & 5 at MUHAS Graduation Square.
NATIONAL INSTITUTE  OF TRANSPORT PAYMENT PROCEDURE FOR   ACADEMIC YEAR 2018/2019

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT PAYMENT PROCEDURE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2018/2019

STEP1 :
1. Connect  your  device  with  Internet (Smart Phone  or  Laptop)
2. Open  your  favorite  modern  web  browser  (Not compatible  with  IE less  than  7)
3.  In  address  bar  type  http://197.149.178.84:8081
CLICK HERE TO LOG IN
 STEP 2: LOGIN  TO YOUR SIMS ACCOUNT 

A: NEWCOMMER 

User  your  form IV  index number  as  your  surname  and  SURNAME  in  capital  as  password  for  the first  time.  Change  password  once  you  logged  in  to the  system
B: CONTINUING  STUDENT 
Use  your  NIT  Registration  Number  as  Username  and  your  account  password.


HESLB: Appeal Window Will Be Closed 27 Nov 2018

HESLB: Appeal Window Will Be Closed 27 Nov 2018


Following the applications for credit applier of higher education students for the year 2018/2019, we inform all those who need to appeal and have not completed the exercise due to several challenges including not completing the required documentation, HESLB has increased two days until November 27, 2018.

In the previous statement, the appeal window was opened on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 and started receiving credit appeals for the 2018/2019 academic year and was expected to be closed today on Sunday, November 25, 2018.

Applicants of student loans can go through http.olas.heslb.go.tz where pupils will fulfill the terms and conditions will be credited in late November 2018.
BATCH FOUR (ADDITIONAL) LOAN ALLOCATION FOR SUA FIRST YEAR STUDENTS WHO SECURED SPONSORSHIP OFFERED BY HESLB

BATCH FOUR (ADDITIONAL) LOAN ALLOCATION FOR SUA FIRST YEAR STUDENTS WHO SECURED SPONSORSHIP OFFERED BY HESLB

Sokoine University of Agriculture was first established on the 1st July, 1984 by Parliamentary Act No. 14 of 1984 through the amendment of Parliamentary Act No 6 of the same year. Following repealing of the Act, the university is now operating through the Sokoine University of Agriculture Charter, 2007 through the broad framework of the Universities Act, 2005.
Click to view list of batch four additional loan allocations for Sokoine University of Agriculture first year students who secured sponsorship offered by HESLB in the academic year 2018/2019 PDF

Friday, November 23, 2018

TRANSPORT SERVICE  INVITATION FOR TENDER

TRANSPORT SERVICE INVITATION FOR TENDER

TENDER NO PA/041/2018-2019/NC/05
For TRANSPORT SERVICE
INVITATION FOR TENDER
Date: 14/11/2018
1. This Invitation for Tenders follows the General Procurement Notice summary in PPRA Journal ( Tanzania Procurement Journal Vol.XI No.20 dated 15th May 2018 ).
2. The Government of Tanzania has set aside funds for the operation of the University of Dodoma during the financial year 2018/2019. It is intended that part of the proceeds of the fund will be used to cover eligible payment under the contract for the Provision for Transport Service.
3. The University of Dodoma now invites sealed Tenders from eligible Tanzanian Service Providers for Transport Service for the entire University as follows:

S/N ROUTES
1. EXTERNAL ROUTES
2. INTERNAL ROUTES

4. Tendering will be conducted through the National Competitive Tendering procedures specified in the Public Procurement (Regulations, 2013 – Government Notice No. 446 and is open to selected Tenderers as defined in the Regulations.
5. Interested eligible Bidders may obtain further information and inspect the Bidding Documents at the office of the Secretary of the Tender Board, Central Administration
building, The University of Dodoma, Box 259, office no 081, 2nd floor Dodoma from
9:00 hours to 16:00 hours on Mondays to Fridays inclusive except on public holidays.
6. A complete set of Tendering Documents in English may be purchased by interested
Tenderers on the submission of a written application to the address given under
paragraph 7 below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Tanzania Shillings
50,000.00. Payment should either be by Cash, Banker’s Draft, or Banker’s Cheque,
payable to CRDB BANK, UDOM-RECCURENT ACCOUNT, and NO. 01J1083343300.
7. All bids must be accompanied by a bid securing declaration in the format provided in the bidding documents.
8. All bids in one original plus two copies properly filled in, and enclosed in plain wax sealed envelopes must be delivered to the following address before or at 10:30 am on 10/12/2018.
SECRETARY
The University of Dodoma Tender Board
P.O Box 259, Dodoma
Tel.026-2310014
Fax.026-2310011-12
9. Bids will be opened promptly thereafter in public and in the presence of Bidders’
representatives who choose to attend in the opening ceremony in the Senate hall,
Ground Floor, Central Administration Building at the University of Dodoma.
10. Late Tenders, portion of Tenders, electronic Tenders, Tenders not received, and not opened and not read out in public at the Tender opening ceremony shall not be accepted
for evaluation irrespective of the circumstances.

VICE CHANCELLOR
The University of Dodoma
P.O Box 259, Dodoma

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

HESLB:Opened Loan Appeal Window Academic Year 2018/2019

HESLB:Opened Loan Appeal Window Academic Year 2018/2019


The Higher Education Student Loan Board (HESLB) informs all Students of higher education institutions that today, Wednesday, November 21, 2018 has begun to receive credit appeals for the 2018/2019 academic year through the Internet.

The submission of the submission will be open for five days, from today to Sunday, November 25, 2018 and is available via http.olas.heslb.go.tz. Pupils who have grown up with the qualifications will be credited to the loan before the end of this month of November, 2018.

HESLB has opened this window to provide opportunities for needy students who have not yet received a loan or are unsatisfactory with the amount of loan they were scheduled, submit information and documents to prove their need. Detailed instructions on how to submit and the required documentation are available online (http.olas.heslb.go.tz).

In order to submit information and appeal documents, the student should open the web site, read the instructions and apply through form four index number for this year (2018/2019) to log in and submit information only online.

To date (Wednesday, November 21, 2018), a total of 37,969 students of the first year have been credited and continue to study at various higher education institutions in the country.

In this year of study, the Government has allocated TZS 427.5 billion for higher education loans which will benefit more than 120,000 students including 83,000 of the second, third and fourth year students attending their annual examinations.

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Call for protection of Muslim Council constitution and properties

Call for protection of Muslim Council constitution and properties

Dar es Salaam. National Muslim Council of Tanzania (Bakwata) regional secretaries have been directed to protect the organisation’s constitution and property for the interests of the Muslims in the country.

This was said by Moshi secretary Sheikh Awadh Lema on behalf of others on Tuesday, November 20 during the Maulid Council meeting held in Korogwe District, Tanga Region at the national level.

“We, district and regional secretaries, across the country will protect the constitution and all the properties of the council and make sure we know where they are,” he said adding all the secretaries have changed after self-consciousness so will work hard.

The Maulid council meeting has was attended by several guests including government officials.

President John Magufuli was the chief guest, however, he was represented by Minister of State in the President’s Office, Regional Administration and Local Government, Mr Selemani Jafo.

Bleak future for forex business

Bleak future for forex business

Arusha. Suspicions on money laundering and associated illegal transactions is the main reason behind the closure of foreign exchange shops in Arusha on Monday for inspections.

Investigations involving various government organs are currently underway and those implicated to be involved in 'dirty' money will face the full wrath of the law.

"They will be charged in courts and at the same time have their licenses revoked", the central bank governor FlorensLuoga announced here yesterday.

He said the closure of forex outlets in Arusha for inspections was part of a country-wide crackdown against the masterminds of syndicate behind money laundering, in particular, and those operating without licences.

He added that from now on the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has suspended issuance of  licenses to run bureaux de change and that it would be lifted after new regulations that would plug loopholes for illegal money transactions are  put in place.

Shop owners suspected to have violated the existing central bank  regulations on the  currency exchange operations would have their licenses revoked until investigations are completed.
DHL EXPRESS & UDSM GRADUATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

DHL EXPRESS & UDSM GRADUATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

DHL Express Sub Saharan Africa (SSA)
A World Class Graduate Development Programme Tomorrow’s talent today!
 
What is it?
DHL Express in collaboration with the University of Dar es Salaam are proud to introduce the Graduate Development Programme to be offered to recently graduated students as well as unemployed graduates who wish to grow their career and gain excellent skills, knowledge and experience within the express courier business.
The Graduate Development Programme places successful candidates on a rotational development plan within the various divisions of the Sub Sahara Africa Express business and provides a combination of structured learning and workplace experience. Graduates will be given a 12 to 18 months contract. At the end of the contract, graduates who meet DHL’s recruitment requirements and apply for an available vacancy may be placed in a permanent position.

Who are we? The World’s Most International Company
DHL is the leading global brand in the logistics industry. With about 360,000 employees in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide, DHL connects people and businesses securely and reliably, enabling global trade flows. With specialized solutions for growth markets and industries including technology, life sciences and healthcare, energy, automotive and retail, a proven commitment to corporate responsibility and an unrivalled presence in developing markets, DHL is decisively positioned as “The logistics company for the world”.

Express In Figures
More than 220 countries and territories
Approx. 347 million shipments
More than 500 airports served
More than 50,000 Service Points
More than 250 dedicated aircraft
Approx. 31,300 vehicles
Approx. 2.6 million customers

Why join us? Our Purpose: Connecting People. Improving Lives.
We connect people and improve their lives. And we do it by being uncompromisingly customer-centric and delivering excellence day in and day out. By bringing people together and making life simpler – for our customers, our employees, our investors, and our society – we help make the world a better place.

Our Motivated People
At DHL Express, motivating our people is priority number one because we count on every one of our motivated Superstars to deliver great service and drive our “Insanely Customer Centric” culture. Being ranked among The World’s Best Employers and Top Employer by reputed external organizations such as Great Place to Work and Top Employers Institute is a great acknowledgment of the effort we have invested in making DHL Express a place where our employees can enjoy coming to work, be appreciated for their contribution, develop professionally and realize their full potential.

Who we are looking for?
Would you like to be part of the most international company in the world? Would you like to be part of a business that connects people across the globe? Do you want to make a difference? Grab this opportunity on the University Career Fair by visiting our DHL Tent at the University of Dar es Salaam on Tuesday 4th December 2018, please come with your Curriculum Vitae and meet our team.
HESLB: About Fifth Batch ( BATCH 5) & 5,879 Names Of Fourth Batch

HESLB: About Fifth Batch ( BATCH 5) & 5,879 Names Of Fourth Batch

The Higher Education Student Loan Board has provided a list of the Fourth Batch of 5,879 First Year students who succeeded in obtaining loans and thus making a total of 37969 loan beneficiaries in the first year.

Click here to see the list (BATCH 4) In addition, this list has been posted to the relevant students.

The amount of TZS 427.5 billion has been allocated for loans for all students, first year and continuous students.

HESLB emphasizes credit applicants who have not been loaned, especially those who have recently completed the debt, continue to be patient when completing the next list of credit providers.(Batch 5 Loan Beneficiaries 2018/2019)

The information will continue to be released periodically via the media and this Board's website.

Posted by:

Higher Education Student Credit Board

DAR ES SALAAM

Friday, November 19, 2018

Monday, November 19, 2018

CALL FOR STUDENTS TO APPLY FOR HULTPRIZE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM CHALLENGE 2018/19

CALL FOR STUDENTS TO APPLY FOR HULTPRIZE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM CHALLENGE 2018/19

University of Dar es Salaam is selected to host local edition of HultPrize as students answer the United Nations Challenge and go head-to-head for US$ 1M About HULTPRIZE UDSM Challenge HULTPRIZE UDSM Challenge is a student lead (lead by the appointed HULTPRIZE Campus Director) event under the coordination of the University of Dar es Salaam Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre (UDIEC). The HULTPRIZE UDSM Challenge is local edition of the world’s largest competition run by HultPrize in partnership with the United Nations, hosting College and University events around the world in search of the next game-changing start-up.
About the Hult Prize Foundation
Hult Prize is the world’s biggest engine for the launch of for-good, for-profit startups emerging from university with over 2500 staff and volunteers around the world. In nearly a decade, the movement has deployed more than US$ 50M of capital into the sector and mobilized more than one million young people to re-think the future of business as it continues to breed disruptive innovation on college and university campuses across 100 plus countries. The Hult Prize Foundation been called the “Nobel Prize for Students” and has been featured in a TIME Magazine Cover Story highlighting the “Top 5 Ideas Changing the World.” To learn more, visit
www.hultprize.org

Objective of the HULTPRIZE UDSM Challenge 2018/19 Generally speaking, the challenge aims at creating the best engine of social entrepreneurs worldwide by inspiring and motivating youth to engage themselves in social entrepreneurship in which they can turn social challenges into profitable ventures and be able to earn income and create jobs for others.
Specifically, this year’s competition aims to have students "Create a venture or a business idea that will provide 10000 meaningful jobs to youth within the next decade".

The winner of the intra-campus event will automatically advance to compete in one of fifteen regional finals happening around the world. In our case the winner will proceed to Nairobi in March 2019. The winners from Nairobi will proceed to a summer business accelerator in UK in July 2019. One winning team from each host city will then move onto a summer business accelerator, where participants will receive mentorship, advisory and strategic planning as they create prototypes and set-up to launch their new social business. A final round of competition will be hosted in September, where the winning team will be awarded the $1,000,000 prize.
“The Hult Prize is a wonderful example of the creative cooperation needed to build a world with shared opportunity, shared responsibility, and shared prosperity, and each year I look forward to seeing the many outstanding ideas the competition produces” (Former US President Bill Clinton).
Hult Prize at University of Dar es Salaam is now recruiting teams who are interested in registering for the competition.
Who is Eligible to Apply?
• Must be a team of 3-4
• The team must have a name
• Current Students at University of Dar es Salaam (Bachelor, Masters or PhD)
• UDSM Alumni, Faculty or Staff are NOT eligible

How to Apply
Applications are done online by registering your team at:
http://www.hultprizeat.com/udsm
Application Deadline “It's not everyday that you have an opportunity to change the world. This is your chance to show the world you are dedicated to impact” So make sure you don’t miss the application deadline which is on 03rd December 2018 !!!

For more Information Contact:
Hultprize UDSM Campus Director Mr. Simba Khalid
+255757740753 or email; hultprizeudsm@gmail.com

Sunday, November 18, 2018

HESLB: Loans Allocation Batch Four Academic Year 2018/2019

HESLB: Loans Allocation Batch Four Academic Year 2018/2019

Background

Mission

To provide loans and grants to needy and eligible Tanzanian Students for Higher and Tertiary Education.

Vision

To be a reliable and sustainable revolving fund in financing eligible Tanzanian Students for Higher and Tertiary Education.

Core Values

The core values which will guide HESLB in achieving its objectives are:

Accountability: 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.
Commitment and Integrity: We are passionate and intensely focused on serving our clients (the higher education students) with high level of Integrity to enable them achieve their dreams. We do what we promise we are going to do. As individuals and as an organization, we are dedicated to serve our clients and stakeholders. We value all of our customers and stakeholders with high degree of Integrity.
Teamwork: We are committed to common goals based on open and honest communication and collaboration to one another while showing concern and support for each other and most importantly, our clients. We believe the best results stem from integrating a mix of talents, skills and experiences.
Equity: We value inclusiveness, fairness, transparency and justice that we want to see persist, and because of our main existence, we place a particular focus on reflecting the need of the disadvantaged, low-income communities most impacted by our work.
Delivery: We strive to individualize the client experience, provide high quality services that meet the expectations and requirements of our clients and suppliers. We seeks to add value to our clients’ career through tailored higher education financial support.


                   
For First And Second Batch Click Picture Below To Download names in PDF

Saturday, November 17, 2018

ANNOUNCEMENT FOR APPLICANTS   SEEKING FOR INTERNAL AND INTER-  UNIVERSITY TRANSFER

ANNOUNCEMENT FOR APPLICANTS SEEKING FOR INTERNAL AND INTER- UNIVERSITY TRANSFER

The University of Dodoma (UDOM) wishes to inform all applicants seeking for Internal Transfer and First Year Inter-University Transfer for the 2018/2018 academic year
that processing of their applications has been completed. Applicants are invited to
collect their Application Forms from Central Administration Building at a Reception
Desk located on Ground Floor from 11: 00 am to 3:30 pm on working days and from 9:
00 am to 3:30 pm on week end days.
The issuance service will be available from 16th November, 2018 to 20th November
2018.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

THE UNIVERSITY OF DODOMA HUMANITIES SCHOLARSHIP

THE UNIVERSITY OF DODOMA HUMANITIES SCHOLARSHIP


THE UNIVERSITY OF DODOMA HUMANITIES SCHOLARSHIP
The University of Dodoma (UDOM) wishes to announce the University of Dodoma Humanities Scholarships for the undergraduate students admitted in the School of Humanities at UDOM in the 2018/2019 academic year.

1.0 INTRODUCTION
The University of Dodoma Humanities scholarship aims to support the needy students who have been selected to join degree programmes in the school of Humanities but who have not been able to secure sponsorship from the Higher Education Students Loan Board (HESLB or any other sponsors. The University of Dodoma will not require beneficiaries to repay the money at the end of the scholarship period.

2.0 TYPE OF SCHOLARSHIP
Students who are nominated for this scholarship will pay only 60% of the tuition fee and the remaining 40% will be paid by the University of Dodoma. Once a student secures the Humanities Scholarship, he/she will continue to be a beneficiary for the duration of three years of studies in the admitted degree programmes. Students failing to complete their studies within the three years shall cease to be beneficiaries of the scholarship.

3.0 ELIGIBILITY
1. Undergraduate (degree) students who are not beneficiaries of Higher Learning Students’ Loans Board (HESLB) or any other scholarship/grant.
2. Outstanding first year undergraduate students admitted to pursue BA in Literature, BA in Kiswahili Linguistics, BA in Kiswahili Literature, BA in Translation and interpretation, BA in English, BA in Theatre and Film, BA in Fine Arts and Designs, BA in History and BA in Cultural Heritage and Tourism in the School of Humanities of the University of
Dodoma.

4.0 HOW TO APPLY
The application for the scholarship will open on 12th November, 2018 and will close on 30th November, 2018. In order to apply, first-year students registered to the eligible programmes can click the button available in their UDOM SR account to lodge their applications.

5.0 ENQUIRIES
For any enquiries please contact:
Director of Undergraduate Studies: 0758968944

Dean, School of Humanities: 0767901870
Email:humanitiesscholarship@udom.ac.tz
NOTICE TO ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS WHO ARE BENEFICIARIES OF LOAN OFFERED BY HESLB

NOTICE TO ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS WHO ARE BENEFICIARIES OF LOAN OFFERED BY HESLB

This is to inform all undergraduate students that, officers from Higher Education Students Loan Board (HESLB) will be visiting our university tomorrow (15th November 2018).In their visit they wish to speak with students who are beneficiaries of student’s loan offered by HESLB.
The meeting between these HESLB Officials and the students concerned will be taking place at Freedom Square (Solomon Mahlangu Campus) from 12:30 PM to 13:30PM tomorrow the 15th November 2018.
Therefore, all students who have loan issues and wishes to speak to these HESLB officials are encouraged to attend this meeting.
HESLB visits SUA

Sunday, November 11, 2018

544,866 Form Two Candidates Will Sit For The Exams Tomorrow

544,866 Form Two Candidates Will Sit For The Exams Tomorrow

Tanzanai: A total of 544,866 registered students from 4,725 secondary schools in Tanzania will start their Form Two National Assessment Examinations (FTNA) tomorrow until November 23, 2018.

The National Examination Council of Tanzania (Necta) Executive Secretary, Mr Charles Msonde, told reporters today that 261,159 candidates are boys (47.93 per cent) and girls constitute 52.07 per cent (283,707)

"Candidates with special needs are 775 while 411 are partially sighted, 66 totally blind, 256 deaf and 36 others with physical disabilities,” he said.

According to Dr Msonde, there is 4.41 per cent increase of the registered candidates compared to 521,855 students in 2017.

Moreover, he said 1,358,217 primary school pupils from 17,336 schools will sit for Standard 4 National assessment exams from November 22 to 23.

“Among them, 682,193 are boys who make up 50.23 per cent and 676,024 girls (49.77 per cent),” he said.

Dr Msonde noted that this year will have an additional 162,247 standard four candidates, a 13.57 per cent increase from last year’s 1,195,970 candidates.

He said: “All students and supervisors should avoid cheating because the council will take stern measures.”

Saturday, November 10, 2018

HESLB: 4,161Allocated For Loans Third Batch ( 3 BATCH) 2018/2019

HESLB: 4,161Allocated For Loans Third Batch ( 3 BATCH) 2018/2019

Higher Higher Education Board has provided a list of Third Phase with 4,161 Students of the First Year who successfully benefited from getting loans and thus making a total of 32,090 creditors who have been loaned up to now

Click here to see the list. In addition, this list has been posted to the relevant students.
The amount of TZS 427.5 billion has been allocated for loans for all students, first year and continuous students.
HESLB emphasizes credit applicants who have not been credited, especially those who have recently completed the debt or registration continue to be patient when completing the next list of credit providers.
The information will continue to be released periodically via the media and this Board's website.


For First And Second Batch Click Picture Below To Download names in PDF

Friday, November 9, 2018

UDSM: PROCEDURES FOR CHANGE OF DEGREE PROGRAMME

UDSM: PROCEDURES FOR CHANGE OF DEGREE PROGRAMME

All first year students are required to register in the academic programmes they have been admitted to. Those wishing to transfer from one academic programme to another will be allowed only where the student has higher points than the cut off point for the academic programme for which transfer is being sought, and a vacancy exists in that programme.
All applications should therefore reach the Director of Undergraduate Studies before 16th November, 2018.
Students wishing to transfer from one academic programme to another should address their letters to:

The Director of Undergraduate studies
u.f.s. Principal of the College or Dean of School the student wants to transfer to

  • u.f.s Head of Department responsible for the programme to which the student 
  • seeks to be transferred to 
  • u.f.s. Principal of College or Dean of School the students wants to be transferred from 
  • u.f.s Head of Department responsible for the programme from which the student seeks to be transferred from.
N.B.
Applications that will reach the Directorate after 16th November, 2018 WILL NOT be processed.

Applications from students who have NOT PAID their Tuition fee WILL NOT be processed.
Dr. Egbert Mujuni
Director of Undergraduate Studies
TCU: NOTICE TO PUBLIC ABOUT  ONE CENTER OF UNIVERSITY

TCU: NOTICE TO PUBLIC ABOUT ONE CENTER OF UNIVERSITY

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.
VIEW FULL INFORMATION BELOW | CLICK HERE TO READ IN PDF

Thursday, November 8, 2018

BATCH 1 (ADDITION) AND BATCH 3 LOAN ALLOCATION FOR SUA FIRST YEAR STUDENTS WHO SECURED SPONSORSHIP FROM HESLB

BATCH 1 (ADDITION) AND BATCH 3 LOAN ALLOCATION FOR SUA FIRST YEAR STUDENTS WHO SECURED SPONSORSHIP FROM HESLB

The history of Sokoine University of Agriculture dates back to 1965 when it started as an Agricultural College offering diploma training in the discipline of agriculture.
After the dissolution of the University of East Africa and the consequent establishment of the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) in July 1970, the College was transformed into a Faculty of Agriculture of University of Dar Es Salaam (UDSM) and thereby started offering Bachelor of Science in Agriculture.      
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In 1974, the Division of Forestry was established and hence the faculty was named Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry.
Click to view Batch 1 (addition) and batch 3 loan allocation for SUA first year students who secured sponsorship from HESLB
Call For Interview At e-Government Agency [EGA]

Call For Interview At e-Government Agency [EGA]


The President’s Office, Public Service Recruitment Secretariat (PSRS) is an independent department established by Section 29 (1) of the Public Service CAP 298 as amended by the Act No. 18 of 2007. PSRS was established to facilitate the recruitment process on behalf of the Government. The Amendment Act No.18 of 2007 under section 29 (6) stipulates the functions of the PSRS as follows: Search for various professionals with special skills and prepare database for such professionals for easier recruitment; Register graduates and professionals for purposes of ease of reference in filling vacant posts, Advertise vacant posts occurring in the public service; Engage appropriate experts for purposes of conducting interviews; Advise employers on various matters related to recruitment; and Do any other act or thing which may be directed by the Minister responsible for Public Service.
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MUHAS: Important Announcement For All MUHAS HESLB Loan Beneficiaries

MUHAS: Important Announcement For All MUHAS HESLB Loan Beneficiaries

This is to inform all MUHAS students that they are required to register for the academic year 2018/2019. Students who will not register will no longer be bonafide students of this University as per University Prospectus section 1.4 (vii) which gives the deadline for registration as follows:
"The deadline for registration of first year students will be four weeks, from the first day of the orientation week, while for continuing students it will be the Friday of the second week after beginning of the semester. Failure to register in time the students will cease to be a bonafide student".
Based on the above, student who will not register for the specified time will NOT receive their Loans and funds will be returned to HESLB as per regulations. ONLY register students will be paid their HESLB allowances.
NACTE: Admission Third Round To Join Certificate And Diploma In Teaching Programmes

NACTE: Admission Third Round To Join Certificate And Diploma In Teaching Programmes


In the academic year 2018/2019, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology will admit about 2,943 university Students in Teaching (Diploma Level) at 9 Teachers Colleges of Government in the following subjects Sciences, Social Sciences and Languages (Swahili, 'English' and 'French'). ',) Mathematics, and Business. This is a third phase of admission aimed at filling out open positions.

CRITERIA TO JOING WITH THIS OPPORTUNITY CLICK HERE OR VIEW IN PDF BELOW

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

TAMISEMI: List Of Teachers Names To Fill Chances Of Those Not Reported On July And August.

TAMISEMI: List Of Teachers Names To Fill Chances Of Those Not Reported On July And August.

Vision

PO-RALG is committed to be a leading institution in empowering Regional Administration and Local Government Authorities to improve the provision of quality life and services to the community.

Mission

In order to move towards the realization of the Mission within the short, medium and long term; PO-RALG, in collaboration stakeholders will:-

  1. Champion decentralization by devolution and create a capable RegionalAdministration and autonomous Local Government Authorities.
  2. Effectively and efficiently manage the critical interfaces between MDAs in compliance with the D by D policy.
  3. Promote Urban and Rural development Policies.
  4. Provide continuous performance improvement and empower employees to full fill their maximum potentials.So as to eventually improve the overall quality of life to the majority of Tanzanians.

    Tuesday, November 6, 2018

    UDSM: Applicants Selected To Join Medicine At University Of Dar es salaam

    UDSM: Applicants Selected To Join Medicine At University Of Dar es salaam

    The following applicants have been selected to join various undergraduate degree programmes for the 2018/2019 academic year at the Mbeya College of Health and Allied Sciences Campus (MCHAS) and the Mwl. J.K. Nyerere Mlimani Campus. The applicants selected to join MCHAS should report at MCHAS in Mbeya for the orientation that will start on 10th November 2018, while those selected to join the Mwl. J.K. Nyerere Mlimani Campus should report immediately. Admission letters, joining instructions and other important information can be downloaded directly from the student's admission account or else the documents can be
    collected from a respective Campus on arrival.
    ANNOUNCEMENT FOR STUDENTS   SEEKING FOR INTERNAL TRANSFER   FROM OTHER PROGRAMMES TO THE MD   PROGRAMME

    ANNOUNCEMENT FOR STUDENTS SEEKING FOR INTERNAL TRANSFER FROM OTHER PROGRAMMES TO THE MD PROGRAMME

    ANNOUNCEMENT FOR STUDENTS 
    SEEKING FOR INTERNAL TRANSFER 
    FROM OTHER PROGRAMMES TO THE MD 
    PROGRAMME
    As we congratulate all students who have successfully secured admission into different study programmes offered by the University of Dodoma (UDOM) for the 2018/2019 academic year, we wish to inform all students seeking for transfer from other study programmes to the MD programme that interested students are invited to lodge their transfer applications. The minimum qualification required for one to be transferred to the MD programme is a total of eight (8) points earned from a PCB Combination.

    The internal transfer window starts on 5th November 2018 and closes on 12th November 2018 (midnight). Interested first year students should collect internal transfer forms from Office No 74 located at Central Administration, First Floor.
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    OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR – ACADEMIC, RESEARCH AND
    CONSULTANCY
    2018.11. 05
    FIRST YEAR STUDENTS WHO ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT DOCUMENTS THAT ARE MISSING IN THEIR LOAN APPLICATION FORMS TO THE STUDENTS LOAN DESK BEFORE 9TH NOVEMBER 2018

    FIRST YEAR STUDENTS WHO ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT DOCUMENTS THAT ARE MISSING IN THEIR LOAN APPLICATION FORMS TO THE STUDENTS LOAN DESK BEFORE 9TH NOVEMBER 2018

    Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) is a public University based in Morogoro Tanzania. The university is located on the slopes of the Uluguru mountains.

    SUA is  best known for offering courses and programmes widely in a field of Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Forestry, Animal Science, Wildlife Management, Tourism Management, Environmental Science,Food Science, Natural Resources,Nutrition,Rural Development, since its establishment.
    Click to view list of  Sokoine University of Agriculture first year students who are required to submit documents that are missing in their loan application forms to the students loan Desk before 9thNovember 2018

    Sunday, November 4, 2018

    NECTA: Form Four Students Start Their Final National Examination Tomorrow

    NECTA: Form Four Students Start Their Final National Examination Tomorrow

    Dar es Salaam. A total of 427,181 registered candidates from Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar are expected to sit Form Four national examinations starting tomorrow, Monday November 5 to November 23, this year. 
    The National Examination Council of Tanzania (Necta) executive secretary, Dr Charles Msonde, disclosed this when speaking with reporters today, Sunday 4. 
    He said that about 368,227  were school candidates and  the rest (58,954) were private candidates. 
    "The exams will be conducted at 4,873 secondary schools and 1,072 centres across the country," he said. 
    According to him, the candidates comprise of 180,908 boys (49.13 per cent)  and 187,319 girls (50.87 per cent).
    Private candidates include 26,964 boys (45.74 per cent)  and 31,990 girls (54.26 per cent). 
    Dr Msonde added, "We also have 562 candidates with  special needs; among them 372 have low vision, 44 are totally blind, 109 are deaf and 37 have other physical disabilities."
    He said about 14,348 candidates registered for qualifying test (QT),  among which 6,358 are boys and 7,990 girls. 
    He further commended all the important preparations that have been made including the dispatch of the required examination materials to all secondary schools and exam centres. 
    He urged all students, teachers as well as the public to exercise integrity during the examination period because stern measures would be taken against anybody found cheating.

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    VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

    VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

    Sokoine University of Agriculture was first established on the 1st July, 1984 by Parliamentary Act No. 14 of 1984 through the amendment of Parliamentary Act No 6 of the same year. Following repealing of the Act, the university is now operating through the Sokoine University of Agriculture Charter, 2007 through the broad framework of the Universities Act, 2005.


    Prolonged registration notice