Prof. James Mdoe hands over 6 000 Vishikwambi To NECTA

Prof. James Mdoe hands over 6 000 Vishikwambi To NECTA

Prof. James Mdoe hands over 6 000 Vishikwambi To Tanzania Examination Council NECTA

Acting Secretary General Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Prof. James Mdoe has handed over 6,000 Vishikwambi to the Tanzania Examination Council NECTA

The handover took place on July 20, in Dodoma.

Mdoe has said that this is a continuation of the implementation of the plan for the distribution of money to teachers and trainers in the country which was bought by the Government and used for the Census and will eventually be distributed to teachers, trainers, Quality Assurance Officers and Education Officers.

Mdoe has said that stipends have already been given to teachers, trainers of teaching colleges and of all Citizens’ Development Colleges and now it is the turn of the Council who are currently carrying out their duties largely through digital systems. Also read: Tanzania’s Higher Education Students Loans Board Application 2023/2024

Mdoe has emphasized on the importance of providing training to all those who will receive the badges as now Training is ongoing for teachers, trainers, Quality Assurance officers and all Education officials who received the badges as instructed by the President of the Union of Tanzania Hon. Samia Solution Hassan.

Speaking at the handover, the Executive Doctor of the Council Dr. Said A. Mohamed has thanked the government for obtaining the Vishikwambi, where he has said that they go directly to support the work through the systems including Candidate Registration and Examination correction. Digital ( E-Marking )

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