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PUBLIC NOTICE: COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS IN LOW AND MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES 2017

The Ministry of Education Science and Technology has been informed that from9thJanuary, 2017, the Commonwealth Scholarships and Fellowship Plan is inviting applications for the Commonwealth Masters scholarships hosted in 10 different countries in a wide range of subject areas.
Full details of the Scholarships and how to apply can be found at: http://www.acu.ac.uk/scholarships/commonwealth-scholarships/
Applications are open to citizens of any Commonwealth country other than the host country and the closing date is 10th March 2017.
The Scholarships are for courses beginning between August and October, 2017 depending on the host country. They are fully funded; providing tuition fees, regular stipend, a return economy flight and an arrival allowance.
Kindly read carefully and apply with confidence.

Issued by:
The Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, United Republic of Tanzania
United Republic of Tanzania

BASIC EDUCATION STATISTICS REGIONAL AND POCKET DATA 2016

 

BASIC EDUCATION STATISTICS REGIONAL AND POCKET DATA 2016


Basic Education Statistics (Regional and Pocket Data):

SADC ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS, 2017


The Southern African Development Community (SADC) Secretariat has organized the SADC students essay writing competition for year 2017. The Essay writing competition is intended to broaden knowledge of the secondary school going population on SADC
activities. The competition is open to form 1 to form 6 students. The students are required to begin researching on the topic prior writing and submitting to their Heads of School.
 
The 36th summit of Heads of State and Governments deliberated that, the topic for year 2017 be “Resource Mobilization for investment in Sustainable Energy Infrastructure for inclusive SADC Industrialization for the Prosperity of the Region”.
The set of questions below are meant to guide students when responding to the question above. Thus, on answering the above question , student should answer all the questions listed below:
  1. Discuss the economic benefits, which SADC member states accrue in respect to investments in sustainable energy resources. (20 Points)
  2. Discuss at length types of sustainable energy technologies that are upholding “going green” global initiative (15 Points)
  3. As a secondary school learner, Identify key critical skills which are required to advance sustainable energy projects in SADC Region (20 Points)
  4. Discuss and give examples of sustainable energy projects in the SADC Region, which are geared towards regional integration and energy security supply.(15 Points)
  5. Discuss the negative impact of energy sources on our environment and what measures SADC is putting in place to mitigate against these impacts. (15 Points)
  6. What role should be played by the non-state actors, private sector, Non governmental Organizations, traditional authorities and local communities in the supply and distribution of sustainable energy for economic and social development?(15 Points)
Heads of  schools are supposed to ensure that the students adhere to the following guidelines:
  • The essay should not be longer than 1500 words and not shorter than 1000 words.
  • Where students have access to computers, they are advised to type their essays and submit both the soft and hard copies.
  • Students who will type their essays will have to sign and initial the hard copies to make sure that they have not been altered.
  • The essay shall be written in English language.
  • The front page or cover page will display the name, sex, class, school address and stamp, Headmistress/Headmaster’s email address, signature and phone no, region, country.
  • The title of the essay should be written in the cover page (students should not paraphrase the title)
  • The handwritten essays will be written on one side of the A4 paper with double margin of two centimeters.
Students are expected to begin writing immediately and submit their essays to their head of school. The Head of School will then be expected to constitute a marking panel which will choose best essays of the school. The panel should go through the essays (Please do not mark the essays) and choose three essays to be submitted to The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Education Science and Technology not later than 15th April 2017. The national adjudication will take place from 02nd to 11th May 2017 in order to get three entries which will be submitted to the SADC Secretariat in Botswana.

The same Information can be found on the website www.SADC.int,
Wishing you and your schools best wishes.
PERMANENT SECRETARY

Maelfu wajisalimisha kulipa Bodi ya Mikopo

 

IKIWA takribani miezi miwili tangu Bodi ya Mikopo ya Wanafunzi wa Elimu ya Juu (HESLB) ianike majina ya wadaiwa sugu, wanufaika 44,000 wa mikopo hiyo wamejitokeza na kuanza akulipa.
Novemba 14, mwaka jana, bodi hiyo ilitoa orodha yenye majina 154,000 ya wadaiwa sugu na kuwapa siku 30 kuanzia siku hiyo kurejesha fedha wanazodaiwa, vinginevyo wangekamatwa na kulazimishwa kulipa madeni na gharama za kuwasaka.
Katika mahojiano na Nipashe jijini Dar es Salaam jana, Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa HESLB, Abdul-Razaq Badru, alisema hadi Ijumaa iliyopita wadaiwa waliojisalimisha walikuwa 44,000.
Alisema idadi hiyo ni kati ya wadaiwa sugu 143,500 ambao hawajalipa madeni yanayokadiriwa kufikia Sh. bilioni 266.
Alisema idadi hiyo ya waliojitokeza huenda imetokana na taarifa iliyotolewa na HESLB kuwa itawachukulia hatua wale wote ambao hawatalipa madeni yao ikiwamo kufikishwa mahakamani, kutozwa faini, kunyimwa fursa za kupata mikopo, kunyimwa fursa za masomo nje ya nchi na kuzuiwa kusafiri nje ya nchi.
chanzo: Nipashe

PUBLIC NOTICE: Admission for March/April 2017 Intake through Central Admission System (CAS)

 
THE NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION
 
PUBLIC NOTICE
Admission for March/April 2017 Intake through Central Admission System (CAS)
The National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) is a statutory body established under the National Council for Technical Education Act, Cap. 129, to oversee and coordinate the provision of technical education and training in Tanzania.  Under the establishing Act, in order to attain and maintain the status of a training provider, all institutions are required to be registered, accredited and have their curricula approved by the Council. Institutions are not allowed to admit students and start offering any programme without the approval of the Council.

The Council has received requests from Technical Institutions offering Certificate and Diploma programmes to have March/April 2017 Intake for the academic year 2017/2018. The Council, has therefore decided to make a public notice to inform all Institutions offering Certificate and Diploma programmes  intending to have March/April 2017 Intake for the  academic year 2017/2018  to submit their intention. The March/April 2017 Intake is meant for Certificate and Diploma programmes only.
The request for having the March/April 2017 Intake should clearly specify:   

  • The number of students enrolled in the requested Certificate and/or Diploma  programme who are registered as first year for 2016/17 academic year;
  • Capacity of the institution in the requested  programme;
  • Empty slots that need to be filled in order for the institution to acquire full capacity; and
  • Whether the college has enough infrastructure and staff to manage two intakes.

Please be informed further that, Central Admission System will be open for applications from 23rd January 2017 to 6th March 2017.

The submission of notice of intention and commitment for having March/April 2017 Intake for the academic year 2018/2019 should reach the Council by 15th January 2017.


Issued by:
OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION (NACTE)
DATED: 4TH JANUARY 2017

MAJINA YOTE YA VYUO VYOTE TANZANIA YA WANAFUNZI WALIOFANIKIWA KUHAMA VYUO NA KUBADILISHA KOZI ZAO 2016/2017

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KUONA MAJINA YA WALIOFANIKIWA KUHAMA VYUO >>BONYEZA HAPA<<

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Why Women Are Degraded In America

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Women have been sidelined in the past as well as at the present. Degrading can occur in several ways. This issue of looking down upon women has been under great discussions. Some of the causes of this are the role of a woman in the society and her weak nature as stipulated by culture and religion. Society plays a great role in the oppression of women. Women have been socialized to be weak at all times and men to be strong and this has resulted to women segregation. Women have also suffered from discriminations in employment, politics, marriage, and media among others. Women degradation has been practiced way back in history as it is today though there are measures underway fighting for women’s rights.

Reasons for women degradation

The way women are perceived and treaded in many societies is based on several factors. Some of the reasons are based on Christianity where a woman is seen as the originator of sin on earth, following biblical account of creation and lives of Adam and Eve. St. Jerome said that a woman is the door of the devil and that she is the road where wickedness treads (AC 1). Women have also been seen to be the weaker sex and what men can do, women cannot do and if they do, no one believes that they can do better. When dealing with activities which need masculine power, women are usually sidelined. Men do not view such jobs like baby sitting, milking or cooking as worth involving. This is why they still discriminate women even in place of work. Unlike what men think, research show that women are able to endure pain much more compared to men. Women are also able to live for long when compared to men.

Another major reason which makes men degraded is that they say cultural constructions have confined women to the kitchen only. The motherhood roles have been a hindrance to many women especially in their pathways of career. Historical employment trends reveal that most women take up roles which are perceived to be related to kitchen and general housekeeping. For example most women will be employed to serve tea, general cleaning, secretaries, and other roles which are closely tied to motherhood. Still in motherhood, the bill of abortion shows that women are degraded because their lives are at risk. Owing to their biological roles, women are perceived to be dependant on men. In the past a man in America counted his wife and his children as objects and counted them as part of his properties (Isernberg 167).

The expectations put in place by the society of how a beautiful woman should look like is one of the reasons that have brought about the oppression of women. The norms which expect a woman to behave in a certain manner do not restrict a man over the same. A man has the freedom doing as he wishes yet the girl child or a woman has boundaries.

Poverty has also played a major role on the discrimination of the black American women (Meeks 1).This has led women to give in to exploitation by sex hungry men. For the black race, females attribute most of their degradation to bitter memories of slavery, unemployment and their failure to attain education. Approximately 1,000 black women as reported by the U.S Department of Justice Reports, suffer from domestic violence. Most of these victims are in the bracket of twelve years (Meeks 1). Shockingly, those who are in the bracket of 15 to 34 years are killed either by their husbands or by their lovers.

Areas of Discrimination

Politics

Women have been fighting so hard to be granted their rights of voting. They were granted voting rights in the past century, after centuries of degradation. In fact, American women have suffered fighting for voting rights. Some went as far as being jailed while other were physically tortured or divorced from their husbands. In the past, it was shocking to learn that the Government was more than willing to allow male slaves who had been released to vote but not women (AC 1). This led women to demand for their voting rights in a society claiming equality for all people.

In the past, American women were denied several rights including the right to be educated or to own property. Women were not granted the right to get employment. Today, women have been granted the right to education, ownership of properties, and others which in a way puts them on the same footing as men, although there is a lot to be achieved. The number of women in the parliament shows the fact that women are degraded even in leadership.

Media

The media is one of the tools which have been used to degrade a woman. Various magazines show women nakedness, billboards used to advertise products have used women and women have been posted exposing their bodies. They are normally portrayed a sex objects and yet men if used in adverts rarely are they portrayed having exposed their nakedness like women. The expectation of women to be beautiful for their husbands or to the media has caused them health problems. Media construction of modern beautiful woman portrays a thin woman. Women spend their time daily putting up makeup and this has led to the struggle that women have had to be up to date with fashion (AC 1). Other, especially teenagers has resulted to psychological behaviors like bulimia to slim down and achieve the figure of a beautiful woman. In most case, this comes with adverse health effects.

Employment

It is surprising to learn that as much as many women have studied in America, the work places are flooded with men. This shows that women are still discriminated. It is also shown that places where majority of workers are women, salary is low compared to same employment in other places. It is also a fact that there are some laws in some states which prevent women from engaging in jobs. For example, there are laws regulating women on the amount of load they can lift and this restrict them on career choice (Steel 143). Other laws also stipulate that women should not work for more than eight hours. This becomes a limiting factor especially for those who would wish to work overtime. There have been disparities also in some careers. For example in the early 1989, the percentage of women lawyers was 22 and those in engineering was 7.5 while some careers like teaching carried many women. There are careers which women dominate including secretarial, clerical and typing related jobs (Steel 143).

In the past, most of the jobs which required decision making discriminated on women. In addition, married women did not receive good treatment from their bosses, they could be easily deployed or were not permanently employed stating that they had no job security. This was a common feature in the 1960’s in the States of America’s as traditionally constructed gender roles were slowly merging with the assertive demands from women rights movements.

In America, when people decide to get married and they are blessed to have a child, it is usually the woman who is forced to sacrifice her career for the sake of the child. The mother is forced to sacrifices her career to take care of the newborn. In areas where women dominate in a certain career, men who work with them tend to rise faster than them in promotion. This is degrading to women who might be committed to their careers. This might be interpreted as inefficiency by some of the women or that nobody cares about their efforts. Men promotion is not done out of good job performance but mostly because of gender.

It is about 30years since women were integrated into some careers like the army. Yet, most Americans still believe that the army is reserved for men and there are military rules that segregate women from fighting in the battlefront. Most people consider this wrong especially those who have practically supervised women in military. For example Colonel Johnson claims that it is good for women and that it won’t be right for them to be discriminated in this career. This has brought about several mixed feelings in many people especially with the war in Iraq which has led to tremendous loss of life attributed to American women soldiers (AC 1).

Law

Law has been discriminatory on women. For instance, it was reported that in the 1960’s there were laws which discriminated against women. Some of these were law on prostitution. A woman would be detained and her man counterpart left to go his own way without legal proceedings. Considering that prostitution is an act that involves two people from both genders, legal proceeding against one gender is therefore discriminatory. When these women are out of prison, they go back to the same kind of behavior because there are no jobs for them to meet their daily needs (Steele 145).

Marriage

Throughout history, women have been treated as objects of sex fulfillment for men. Marriage, being a union of two parties, should give equal opportunities of exercising marital rights. It is shocking that today women are still experiencing wife battery. They take their wives as objects of pleasure some exercise their manhood powers to demand for sexual pleasure without seeking the consent of the women. Women have experienced rape in their marriages (Isenberg, 167).This explains why there are several cases of divorce in America

Conclusion

Degrading of women has taken place for such a long time and it leaves people wondering whether this will come to an end one day. Women activists have been trying their best to fight for women rights though they have never achieved it fully. What women are fighting for is what men enjoy. This means that it will take time before men develop conscious to stop women degradation. May be one day this problem will come to an end but this will required concerted efforts from both genders.