Majina ya wanafunzi na shule walizopangiwa 2024/2025 is a topic of great interest to parents, guardians, and students in Tanzania. This is because it is the time when students who have completed their primary education receive their placement in secondary schools. The Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology through the Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE) is responsible for the placement process. The process includes taking into account the performance of the student in the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) and the availability of vacancies in the preferred schools.
The process of releasing the names of students and schools they have been placed in is eagerly awaited by parents and students alike. The release of the names is done through the TAMISEMI website, which is the official government website for education in Tanzania. The website provides information on the names of students and schools they have been placed in, as well as the dates for reporting to the respective schools. It is important to note that the release of the names is done in phases, with the first phase being the release of names for students who have been placed in government schools.
For those students who have been placed in private schools, the names are released in the second phase. The release of the names is done in a transparent manner, and students who have not been placed in their preferred schools are given an opportunity to appeal. Overall, the process of placement is fair and transparent, and the government is committed to ensuring that every student has access to quality education.
Student Names and Schools Assigned 2024/2025
The list contains the names of students who have been selected to join government secondary schools across the country.
The list includes the names of students who have been assigned to secondary schools in both mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar. The list is available in PDF format on the official website of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. The list contains the names of students who have been assigned to both day and boarding schools.
The process of assigning students to secondary schools is carried out by the Tanzania Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) through the Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE). The assignment is based on the results of the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE), which is taken by students at the end of their primary education.
Parents and guardians are advised to check the list to confirm the schools that their children have been assigned to. Students who have been assigned to boarding schools are advised to prepare themselves for the boarding life by ensuring that they have all the necessary items such as bedding, toiletries, and school supplies.
Majina waliochaguliwa kidato cha kwanza 2024
You can see names of students selected to join form one for the academic year of 2024 you should follow the following below Instructions
- Visits official website of TAMISEMI that is http://tamisemi.go.tz
- Then find the announcements tab where you will various TAMISEMI news,
- Check for any updates related to majina ya waliochaguliwa kidato cha kwanza 2024
- Finally, click on the available link announcement to see students Selected to join form one for the 2024.
For any more information you can also call the customer service unit in the Office of TAMISEMI via telephone number 026-2160210 OR send an SMS or WhatsApp to 0735160210.
Schools Allocated for First Grade Students 2024
The Tanzanian Ministry of Education the list of schools allocated for first-grade students for the academic year 2024. The list includes both government-owned and private institutions. Students can access the list of schools they have been allocated to by visiting the official website of the Ministry of Education or the TAMISEMI website.
The list contains the names of students and the schools they have been allocated to. Parents and guardians are advised to check the list to confirm the schools their children have been allocated to. In case of any discrepancies, they are advised to contact the Ministry of Education or the TAMISEMI office for clarification.
It is important to note that the allocation of schools is based on the performance of the students in the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE). Students who performed well in the examination have been allocated to top-performing schools, while those who did not perform well have been allocated to schools according to their performance.
Parents and guardians are advised to ensure that their children report to the schools they have been allocated to on time. They are also advised to provide their children with the necessary support to ensure they perform well in their studies.
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