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1. Telecom Firm Determined to Improve Education in Tanzania
  Wednesday, September 21, 2016  by Admin
2. Chinese Companies Contribute 23m Construction Teachers Office.
  Wednesday, September 21, 2016  by Admin
3. EADB Rolls Scholarship Regional Award Teachers
  Monday, September 19, 2016  by Admin
4. Govt. Recognises Contribution of Private Schools.
  Friday, September 16, 2016  by Admin
5. Student Loans Deemed Inadequate.
  Thursday, September 15, 2016  by Admin
 

The government is contemplating changing the way high education students pay back the loan as well as reviewing the amount given for meals and accommodation to satisfy growing demand.


Ministry for Education, Science and Technology had been conducting evaluation of the actual amount needed to be paid to higher learning students for meals and accommodation but the ‘biting’ price of foods calls for another assessment.

Deputy Minister Engineer Stella Manyanya said here yesterday the ministry will review the scales used to assess whether the amount offered by the government was indeed enough or should be changed.

 
6. Primary school leavers who have never stepped into a classroom.
  Friday, September 09, 2016  by Admin
  Hamisi Ibrahim and his colleagues have just finished their Standard 7 national examinations without sitting in a classroom. The 13-year-old is a pupil at Litigi Primary School in Nyangao ward, Lindi Region.
 
7. Rains demolish Rukwa school
  Monday, February 15, 2016  by Admin
  Similarly, the school’s latrines have completely been damaged leaving 720 pupils without decent places to relieve themselves. Impeccable reports from the area had it that following the demolition of the public institution several makeshift huts have been built.

But their roofs are prone to leaking during the rainy season. The Sumbawanga District Council ‘s chairman, Mr Kalolo Ntila, told the ‘Daily News’ over the phone today that the situation is pathetic for the pupils as they are forced to attend classes in the makeshift huts.
 
8. UNICEF calls on govt to support schools
  Friday, February 12, 2016  by Admin
  The government has been urged to improve transition from primary school to lower secondary school to enable more youngsters to enter the latter and reduce the drop-out rate in the country.

According to findings released yesterday in Dar es Salaam by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training, a total of 3.5 million children aged between 7 and 17 are out of school in the country.
 
9. Kikwete reiterates vow to take Dar university to new heights
  Friday, February 12, 2016  by Admin
  The newly appointed chancellor of the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM), Dr Jakaya Kikwete, has reiterated his commitment to making the varsity a premier higher learning institution that would be a source of well equipped leaders of the future.
 
10. TMA, college team up on military science course
  Monday, February 01, 2016  by Admin
  The Institute of Accountancy Arusha (IAA), in collaboration with the Tanzania Military Academy (TMA), will from this year launch a degree course in military science.

Rector of the institute, Prof Johannes Monyo, disclosed this at the 6th Coventry University masters degree graduation ceremony on Friday in Arusha that the course aims at equipping military personnel with skills and knowledge in management studies crucial in their respective daily operations.
 
11. Dar's Kairuki Memorial University graduates 154 medical students
  Wednesday, December 02, 2015  by Admin
  Some 154 medical students have graduated in various disciplines at the 13th graduation ceremony of the Hubert Kairuki Memorial University (HKMU) in Dar es Salaam at an event presided over by the former Prime Minister Salim Ahmed Salim who is the University’s Chancellor.
 
12. Programme to benefit Kahama Small scale miners
  Thursday, November 19, 2015  by Admin
  THE government has launched an educational program targeting to provide small scale miners in Kahama District, with safety skills and awareness.
 
13. Tehama itatumika kuboresha programu ya KKK
  Thursday, November 19, 2015  by Admin
  KUSOMA, Kuandika na Kuhesabu ni moja ya programu zilizoanzishwa na serikali kutimiza azma ya Mpango wa Matokeo Makubwa Sasa (BRN) katika masuala ya elimu. Serikali imekuwa na mikakati ya kuhakikisha inakuza na kuendeleza elimu kufikia kiwango kizuri na kuimarisha stadi hizo za KKK. Katika juhudi hizo, Serikali imekuwa ikishirikiana na wadau katika kuhakikisha inafikia malengo ya milenia ya BRN katika elimu.
 
14. Form Four students begin National Exams countrywide
  Wednesday, November 04, 2015  by Admin
  Form Four students countrywide yesterday sat for the National Examinations with several schools in Dar es Salaam reported to have conducted the exams smoothly.
 
15. NCAA offers 7m/- for Karatu school dining hall, lab
  Monday, November 02, 2015  by Admin
  Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA) has offered 7m/- for the construction of dining hall and laboratory building at the WelWel Secondary School located in the Karatu township, Arusha Region.
 

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