Names of Students Selected to Join Educational Institutions-MAJINA YA WANAFUNZI WALIOCHAGULIWA KUJIUNGA NA MAFUNZO YA UALIMU VYUO VYA SERIKALI.- Ministry of education.
The government through the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has announced the second round of selected students to join the teaching profession at 35 government colleges-Serikali kupitia Wizara ya Elimu, Sayansi na Teknolojia imetangaza sehemu ya pili ya wanafunzi waliochaguliwa kujiunga na mafunzo ya ualimu katika vyuo 35 vya serikali- Ministry of education.
In a statement in Dodoma in front of the press, the Secretary-General of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Dr. Leonard Akwilapo said a total of 2,834 students have been selected to join the teaching profession of which 1,013 are Diploma and 1,821 Diploma.
Dr. He added that so far a total of 11,028 students have been selected to join government teaching colleges of which 8,194 students were originally selected by the PMO-RALG and 2,834 have been selected by NACTE.
In addition, Dr. Akqilila has called on the selected students to report to their assigned campuses from September 20 this year and that the deadline for reporting is 6 October this year. He insisted they make sure they report within that time period since they will not be received and their positions will be filled by other qualified candidates who missed out.
“All selected students are required to report to their classrooms from 20 October to 6 October this year. Those who will report thereafter will not be received and their positions will be filled by other applicants who have qualified but missed positions, ”emphasized Dr. Aquila.
In addition, Dr. He said the government recognizes the presence of many students who missed out on studying in various courses and has instructed the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) to open a small admission window for 14 days from September 7 so that students who miss tuition to make the most of this opportunity.
“The Ministry recognizes the presence of a large number of applicants who missed out on this phase due to competition or lack of proper course choices. to re-elect, ”said Dr Aquila.
The Deputy Secretary-General of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Dr. Avemaria Semakafu speaking at the conference said some students have been choosing courses that do not have the required qualifications. He has advised applicants to consider course qualifications in order to avoid disqualification as the criteria set for qualifications are unchanged.
“You will find for example a person with good grades A to C in language studies, instead of choosing courses that require language proficiency. As a restaurant.
NACTE Qualifications Unit Head, Twaha Twaha has cautioned applicants of particular health courses to ensure that they have excelled in science subjects as they are the primary qualification for the merit of these courses.
“In health courses the criteria focus on education, for example a student who wants to study clinical medicine or nursing, must have a D grade pass in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. All these features are in the Qualifications Manual available on the NACTE website , www.nacte.go.tz , ” Twaha said .