Saturday, April 21, 2018

OUT: List Of Approved Non-Degree Applicants For 2017/2018

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The Open University of Tanzania (OUT) is a distance learning public university in Tanzania. It was established by an Act of Parliament No. 17 of 1992. It is a single mode institution offering certificate, diploma and degree courses through distance learning. Its Headquarters is situated in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania,and conducts its operations through 30 Regional Centres and 70 Study Centres.
It consists of:

Thursday, April 19, 2018

MUM:The List of Selected Applicants into Certificate Programmes

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The Muslim University of Morogoro was founded by the Muslim Development Foundation (MDF) on 23 rd October, 2004 by a Charter proclaimed by MDF, proprietors of the University.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

How to Write an Application Letter to ask for Village/Street Executive Officer (VEO)

What is a letter of application when applying for a job?
 A letter of application, also known as a cover letter, is a job application document sent with your resume to provide additional information about your skills and experience. The letter of application is intended to provide detailed information on why are you are a qualified candidate for the job you are applying for.

New Scholarships Opportunities For Tanzanians

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A UNICAF Scholarships can become the platform for your success. Take the first step to your brilliant future!

Monday, April 16, 2018

Full Scholarships for Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania or Zambia 2018/19

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SCHOLARSHIPS FROM GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE TO TANZANIANS
Global Development Institute (GDI) Merit Awards
The Global Development Institute (GDI) is pleased to announce the availability of six full scholarships for academically excellent professionals studying a GDI campus-based master’s course commencing in September 2018.
Global Development Institute (GDI) students
The scholarship covers tuition fees, living expenses, flights to the UK, and visas.
It is not necessary to have an academic offer of admission to apply for the scholarship. There is no advantage or disadvantage to having an academic offer.
If you are selected for the scholarship you will be automatically admitted for the course of your choice.

HESLB:Instructions on How to apply for the Loan 2018/19

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Higher Education Students' Loans Board was established by Act No. 9 of 2004, inaugurated by the Hon. Minister for Higher Education, Science and Technology on the 30th March 2005 and became operational in July 2005. The objective of the Board is to assist, on a loan basis, needy students who secure admission in accredited higher learning institutions, but who have no economic power to pay for the costs of their education. The Board is also entrusted with the task of collecting due loans from previous loan beneficiaries in order to have a revolving fund in place so as to make the Board sustainable.
 Mission To be a centre of excellence for provision of loans to needy and eligible Tanzanian students of higher learning institutions.
Vision To put in place a well managed and sustained revolving students' loan fund to enhance access to higher education needy and eligible Tanzanian students.

Sunday, April 15, 2018

HESLB: OPENING OF APPLICATION WINDOW FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2018/19

HESLB is happy to announce another Loan Application Cycle for academic year 2018/19.
Application window for academic year 2017/18 opens on 1st May, 2018 through 30th May, 2018.
All applicants are advised to read guidelines and criteria for issuance of students’
loans and grants for the academic year 2018/19

PRIME MINISTER OFFICE: INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR GRADUATES AT GEITA GOLD MINING LTD(GGML)

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INTERNSHIPS
Enhancing Graduates Employability in Tanzania!
Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) in collaboration with Prime Minister’s Office, Labor, Youth, Employment and Disability, Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) and Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) undertakes to offer internship opportunities to fresh Tanzanian graduates of various disciplines, to take place at Geita Gold Mine, Geita Tanzania, with the common goal of “Enhancing Graduates Employability in Tanzania”

TANESCO:How to get more electrical units up to 75 Units/Tsh.9,150 per Month

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Historical Background
Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) is a parastatal organization under the Ministry of Energy and Minerals. The Company generates, transmits, distributes and sells electricity to Tanzania Mainland and sells bulk power to the Zanzibar Electricity Corporation (ZECO) which in turn sells it to the public in islands_ Unguja and Pemba. TANESCO owns most of the electricity Generating, Transmitting and Distributing facilities in Tanzania Mainland.

Saturday, April 14, 2018

What Makes Special Education So Special

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Special education is defined аs specially designed instruction to meet thе unique nееds оf students with disabilities. These types оf students саn range from partially to severely disabled. Until уоu have а child requiring special education уou сan nоt аррreсiate the tremendous job the educators whо work wіth these kids do.

Most schools provide some level of special education іf yоur child has а learning disability оn any раrticular area. Some havе а full time staff who specialize in various areas to help children. Depending on the severity yоu may bе faced wіth enrolling уour child in a special neеds school. This iѕ something you will hаvе to discuss with your teachers аnd school administrators.

Top Parental Special Education Advocacy Tips to Benefit Your Child

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1. Trust yоur instincts. If уоu think, уоur child has disabilities іn сеrtаіn areas trust yourself. No оne knowѕ your child likе уou do, and уоu аre the best judge of what wіll hеlp уour child learn. It iѕ my experience thаt special education personnel mау try аnd tell уоu that your instincts arе wrong, but оnly accept this, іf thеrе іs concrete evidence tо back it up. You аrе thе onlу advocate that your child has, and theу are depending оn you tо advocate fоr needed related and special education services.

2. Important educational issues nеed to be handled by letters nоt telephone calls or e mails, ѕo that you cаn begin developing a paper trail fоr documentation, you mау need іn the future, to hеlp уоu іn a dispute with special education personnel. As far as sending e-mails to special education personnel, I do nоt lіkе tо uѕe e-mail, as e-mails аre kept іn аn electronic record, аnd nоt іn the child's written educational record.

52, 436 Employment Plan released by Government

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The government has begun the process of hiring 52,436 employees in various sectors in the country.This was commented in the parliament by the Minister of State, the Presidential Office – Public Service Management and Good Governance, George Mkuchika, when presenting his speech on the budget budget for the ministry for the next financial year.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

How to apply for e-Passport

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About Immigration Department
The Immigration Services Department is established under Section 4(1) of the Immigration Act of 1995 Chapter 54 as amended by Act No.8 of 2015. It gives the Department the authority to control and facilitate immigration issues in the United Republic of Tanzania. The Department is one of the security organs under Ministry of Home Affairs.

How to apply for your Passport via Online

Immigration Services Department
The Immigration Services Department is established under Section 4(1) of the Immigration Act of 1995 Chapter 54 as amended by Act No.8 of 2015. It gives the Department the authority to control and facilitate immigration issues in the United Republic of Tanzania. The Department is one of the security organs under Ministry of Home Affairs.

How to become a Tanzania Citizen Legally

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Tanzania Citizenship 
Tanzania citizenship is governed by the Tanzania Citizenship Act, Chapter 357 (Revised Edition of 2002) and it’s Regulations of 1997.
There are three types of citizenship namely:

(a) Citizenship by Birth.

(b) Citizenship by Descent.

(c) Citizenship by Naturalization.

 1.0 Citizenship by Birth

Any person born in the United Republic on or after Union day is deemed to be a citizen of the United Republic if at the time of his birth one of his parents is or was a citizen of United Republic of Tanzania.

Monday, April 9, 2018

Re-employment of 1,370 civil servants


The President's Office, Public Service Management and Good Governance (PO PSMGG) is a Ministry under President's Office as per Government Notice No.143 of 2016. Before 2016 it was known as The President's Office, Public Service Management (PO-PSM). Its chief executive and accounting officer is the Permanent Secretary, who has a workforce of about 300 employees.

Formerly known as the Civil Service Department, it was transformed into President's Office, Public Service Management (PO-PSM) in the year 2003 to conform to the newly enacted Public Service Act No. 8 of 2002. Along with the transformation, opportunity was taken to accommodate efficiency and effectiveness considerations in the Management of the Public Service, in particular implementation of the on-going Public Service Reforms and in provision of its services.

MultiChoice (DSTV) FULLY FUNDED SCHOLARSHIPS 2018, FOR AFRICANS TO STUDY IN USA (BSc, MSc and PhD)

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MultiChoice (DSTV) Africa ,South African based multinational MultiChoice company, operating in many African, European and Asian countries, In collaboration with DSTV foundation have decided to reduce poverty in African countries, through full funding of its ongoing Scholarship schemes for young African undergraduate and graduates to undergo a requisite training in one of the best universities in United States Of America to further a degree,Masters and PhD programs in different fields of study.

Saturday, April 7, 2018

TCU : Guidelines for Overseas Education Students Recruitment Agencies

Guidelines for Overseas Education Students Recruitment Agencies

Under Regulation 47 (1) (c), (e) and (f)of the Universities (General) Regulation, G.N 226 of 2013, no person or institution, whether local or foreign shall without the express approval of the Commission advertise to offer any
University level award, organize exhibitions on University education or recruit students in the United Republic to join foreign university institution.
The aim is to guarantee that overseas student recruitment is duly regulated for the benefit of Tanzanians intending to pursue university education abroad. In the current global market, the use of overseas students’ recruitment agents (OESRA) to help enrol students has been a controversial issue. Some countries are seeking to regulate them and others to legislate against their existence especially where fraudulent practises and enrolment of students to unaccredited institutions is witnessed.
The use of these agents by students and the parents has recently been popular and preferred. In certain countries the use of agents is high: in China 45% of students use agents, in India 43% and in Nigeria 30%. Students and parents use agents to arrange study abroad either because they lack knowledge and understanding of overseas education systems or (even where they have obtained their own placement) because they lack the time or confidence to complete the necessary formalities, especially visa application procedures, without help, and are happy to pay for assistance from an agent.

 Read also;-
  1. New Scholarships Opportunities Approved by TCU 

  2. APPLY NOW:The List of College and Institution that have Started to Admit Students in different Programmes for 2018/19


Already in countries such as China, United Kingdom, India, and Australia have had embarked on the initiative to develop regulations to monitor students’ overseas recruitment agencies. Some key findings from these
countries indicate that some unqualified agencies providing services to students wishing to study abroad help clients to forge materials required for applications for admission, cheat clients by securing them places in
unscrupulous and bogus institutions at the expense of money.

For example, a review carried out in Australia in March, 2011 on the Student Visa Programme revealed that unscrupulous education agents were receiving high commissions to assist students with fraudulent documents to get admitted into any course irrespective of the quality of the course or the
qualifications of the student.
In Africa, the issue of agent reputation has had an impact in the continent. In particular, much controversy has been on the high number of fraudulent applications from education agents acting on behalf of students from African countries, who have been seen as trying to gain access to loans and benefits or gain residency through the back door. This makes institutions and students to become wary of having applications denied as a result of being suspected as fraudulent.
In Tanzania, the liberalisation of education and training has also opened up new opportunities including the establishment of students’ overseas education recruitment agencies. So far twenty six (26) agencies operating inTanzania have been identified. However, this sector has been unregulated as there was no documented information on their registration and accreditation status as well as the guidelines and criteria for the services rendered by such agencies.

In addition to ensure quality of graduate recruited by these agencies, TCU has to be satisfied that the students are admitted in institutions of high education standards.
In view of the aforesaid, TCU with involvement of its key stakeholders has issued these guidelines in order to guide and regulate the overseas students recruitment agents. These guidelines are subject to review and continuous improvement according to the changing needs of the society

New Scholarships Opportunities Approved by TCU

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

Friday, April 6, 2018

A Sample Letter to Request For A Salary Increase

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Are you feeling underpaid? Has it been years since you received a raise? Are they no annual appraisals that ensure a salary increase? If the answer to the questions is a yes, then this letter requesting a salary increase is for you.

Always raise the salary issue unofficially but if your direct supervisor is not keen to recommend a salary raise then you can approach the HR department with a written request.

Thursday, April 5, 2018

UTUMISHI: Salary increment for Public Servants


The President's Office, Public Service Management and Good Governance (PO PSMGG) is a Ministry under President's Office as per Government Notice No.143 of 2016. Before 2016 it was known as The President's Office, Public Service Management (PO-PSM). Its chief executive and accounting officer is the Permanent Secretary, who has a workforce of about 300 employees.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

TAMISEMI:Re-Allocation of More Than 7,000 Art Subjects Teachers

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THE government has embarked on relocation of 7,000 excess arts subject teachers in public secondary schools to primary schools to bridge the shortage at the foundation level of training.
This was revealed here recently by Senior Education Officer from the President’s Office, Regional Administration and Local Governments, Mr Ndabazi Stephano, saying the transfer does not mean to demote teachers.

Friday, March 30, 2018

30 SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR DIPLOMA PROGRAM IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT OR TOURISM MANAGEMENT FOR TANZANIANS






MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
AUSTRIAN DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION SCHOLARSHIPS FOR TANZANIAN STUDENTS

1.0 INTRODUCTION

The Austrian Development Cooperation offers two types of scholarships: scholarship or ADC’s priority countries and scholarship for other developing countries on a competitive basis. These scholarships are available for pursuing diploma in Hospitality Management or Tourism Management. Limited number of competitive scholarships are offered every year by the Austrian Development Cooperation

APPLY NOW:The List of College and Institution that have Started to Admit Students in different Programmes for 2018/19

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Zanzibar College Of Business Education admission for 2018/2019.
1. BASIC TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE IN ACCOUNTANCY Level 4
2. TECHINICIAN CERTIFICATE IN ACCOUNTANCY Level 5
3. ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTANCY


Admission at Institute of Tax Aministration Dar es Salaam 2018/2019
1.BASIC TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE IN CUSTOMS AND TAX ADMINISTRATION Level 4
2.TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE IN CUSTOMS AND TAX ADMINISTRATION Level 5
3.ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN CUSTOMS AND TAX ADMINISTRATION Level 6
4.BACHELOR DEGREE IN CUSTOMS AND TAX ADMINISTRATION Level 8
APPLY HERE
Kilombero Agricultural Training and Research Institute call for Admission 2018/2019
# Programme Name NTA
1 BASIC TECHINICIAN CERTIFICATE IN GENERAL AGRICULTURE Level 4
2 TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE IN GENERAL AGRICULTURE Level 5
3 ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN GENERAL AGRICULTURE


St. Francis Nkindo Teachers College admission 2018/20191
1.BASIC TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE IN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY Level 4
2 BASIC TECHINICIAN CERTIFICATE IN PRIMARY EDUCATION Level 4
3 TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE IN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY Level 5
4 TECHINICIAN CERTIFICATE IN PRIMARY EDUCATION Level 5
5 ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN PRIMARY EDUCATION (PRE SERVICE) Level 6
6 ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN PRIMARY EDUCATION (IN SERVICE) Level
7 ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY