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  • The Chairman of the Tanzania commission for Universities (TCU) Prof. Mayunga Nkunya (left) delivers a presentation on Programme Benchmarks, their Components and Development Processes, during a training workshop held at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) Morogoro on 3rd October, 2019. The training coordinated by TCU aimed at enabling participants to effectively participate and play an active role in the development of programme benchmarks in relation to curriculum development.

  • The Chairman of the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) Prof. Mayunga Nkunya (seated on second right) poses for a souvenir photo with facilitators, experts and participants of the training workshop on Programme Benchmarks Development as part of the activities which are being implemented under a five-year (2017 – 2021) project namely Education and Skills for productive Jobs Programme for Results (ESPJ). The training was held at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) Morogoro on 3rd October, 2019. Second left is The Executive Secretary of TCU, Prof. Charles Kihampa, on his left is the Director of Admission Coordination and Data Management Dr. Kokuberwa Katunzi-Mollel. First right is the Director of Accreditation Dr. Telemu Kassile.

  • A group photo with guest of honor, Education and Skills For Productive Jobs Programme for Results (ESPJ) Country Coordinator and Director of Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Dr. Kenneth Hosea (seated left) during the closing session of training workshop for Records Management Assistants, Secretaries and Human Resource Officers from Higher Education Students Loans Board (HESLB), National Council for Technical Education (NACTE), Tanzania Education Authority (TEA), Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA) and Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) held at VETA Morogoro from 17th to 20th September, 2019. Right is TCU Executive Secretary Prof. Charles Kihampa. The training was coordinated by TCU and funded by World Bank.

  • A cross section of Records Management Assistants, Secretaries and Human Resource Officers from Higher Education Students Loans Board (HESLB), National Council for Technical Education (NACTE), Tanzania Education Authority (TEA), Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA) and Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) follow up a presentation on Records Management during the training coordinated by TCU and funded by the World Bank. The training was held at VETA Morogoro from 17th to 20th September, 2019. Its objective is to enhance participant’s skills on modern techniques and knowledge in records management for efficient and effective service delivery in the public service.

  • The President of Zanzibar and Chairman of the Revolutionary Council Hon. Dr. Ali Mohamed Shein who is also the Chancellor of State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) reads a Certificate of Accreditation presented to SUZA by Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU), during a ceremony to recognize its success since its establishments in 1999. The ceremony was held at Dr. Ali Mohamed Shein Hall – SUZA Tunguu campus, Zanzibar on 14th September, 2019.

  • Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) Executive Secretary Prof. Charles Kihampa (with a blue suit) listens to students of Open University of Tanzania (OUT) in Physics Laboratory during his official visit at OUT Regional Kinondoni campus on 19th September, 2019.  2nd right is Open University Vice Chancellor Prof. Elifas Bisanda and 2nd left is OUT Dean Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies Dr. Matobola Mihale.

  • Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) Executive Secretary Prof. Charles Kihampa (centre) on an official visit at Open University of Tanzania (OUT) Regional Kinondoni campus accompanied by OUT Vice Chancellor Prof. Elifas Bisanda (2nd right). 1st left is OUT Deputy Vice Chancelor – Learning Technologies and Regional Services Prof. Alex Makulilo, 2nd left is OUT Deputy Vice Chancellor – Academic Prof. Deus Ngaruko and 1st right is OUT Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor – Resource Management Prof. Hosea Rwegoshora. Prof. Kihampa and his delegation viewed OUT teaching facilities and had brief meeting with management, staff and representatives of student body on 19th September, 2019.

  • Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) Executive Secretary Prof. Charles Kihampa (seated on far right) listens to Open University of Tanzania Director of Library Services Dr. Athumani Samzugi (standing left) in OUT Library, during his official visit to OUT Regional Kinondoni campus accompanied by TCU Director of Admission, Coordination and Data Management Dr. Kokuberwa Katunzi-Mollel (3rd right) and TCU Acting Director of Accreditation Dr. Fulgence Matimbo (2nd right). 1st right is Open University Vice Chancellor Prof. Elifas Bisanda.

  • Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) Executive Secretary Prof. Charles Kihampa (left) listens to Open University Vice Chancellor Prof. Elifas Bisanda (2nd right) during his official visit at OUT Regional Kinondoni campus on 19th September, 2019. Right is TCU Director of Admission, Coordination and Data Management Dr. Kokuberwa Katunzi-Mollel and 2nd left is TCU Acting Director of Accreditation Dr. Fulgence Matimbo. Centre is OUT Deputy Vice Chancelor – Learning Technologies and Regional Services Prof. Alex Makulilo.

  • The President of Zanzibar and Chairman of the Revolutionary Council Hon. Dr. Ali Mohamed Shein who is also the Chancellor of State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) (seated at the centre) in a souvenir photo with government officials, during a ceremony to recognize success of SUZA since its establishment in 1999. The ceremony was held at Dr. Ali Mohamed Shein Hall – SUZA Tunguu campus, Zanzibar on 14th September, 2019.

  • Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) Executive Secretary Prof. Charles Kihampa speaks during a ceremony to recognize the success of State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) since its establishment in 1999. The ceremony was held at Dr. Ali Mohamed Shein Hall – SUZA Tunguu campus, Zanzibar on 14th September, 2019. The guest of honor was the President of Zanzibar and Chairman of the Revolutionary Council Hon. Dr. Ali Mohamed Shein who is also the Chancellor of SUZA. Looking on (seated) are the government officials.

  • Delegation from TCU, Director of Admission, Coordination and Data Management Dr. Kokuberwa Katunzi-Mollel (right), Director of Accreditation Dr. Telemu Kassile (centre) and Legal Officer Roserine Joseph Rutta (left) listen to the Chief Executive Officer of Council on Higher Education (CHE) Prof. Narend Baijnath (not in the picture) during a study visit to the CHE to learn about Quality Assurance Systems and Processes, at Pretoria South Africa on 29th August, 2019. 

  • Chief Executive Officer of Council on Higher Education (CHE) Prof. Narend Baijnath (left) briefs a delegation from TCU during their study visit at Pretoria South Africa to the CHE to learn about Quality Assurance Systems and Processes. Right is TCU Senior Accreditation Officer Omari Shegilla, August 29th, 2019.

  • Minister for Education and Vocational Training from the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar Hon. Riziki Pembe Juma (left) having a tete-a-tete with TCU Executive Secretary Prof. Charles Kihampa during the public awareness session to High School students in Unguja Zanzibar. Standing on far right is the TCU Director of Admission and Data Management Dr. Kokuberwa Katunzi-Mollel, May 17th 2019.

  • A section of  High School students listening to the Executive Secretary of TCU, Prof. Charles Kihampa (not in the picture) during his public awareness session at Unguja Zanzibar, prior to the opening of Application and Admission Window for the 2019/2020.

  • Minister for Education and Vocational Training from the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar Hon. Riziki Pembe Juma (right) shares a light moment with the Executive Secretary of TCU Prof. Charles Kihampa ahead of their talk at Sheikh Idrissa Abduwakil Hall at Kikwajuni Unguja Zanzibar on 17th May, 2019.

  • A group photo with Guest of Honour, Executive Secretary of TCU Prof. Charles Kihampa (seated left) during the closing session of training workshop for Accountants and Internal Auditors from Education and Skills for Productive Jobs (ESPJ) Programme Institutions held at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), Morogoro on 30th August, 2019. Seated on right is the TCU Director of Corporate Services Mabula G. Mabula.

  • Executive Secretary of TCU Prof. Charles Kihampa speaks during the Annual General Meeting of Tanzania Higher Learning Institution Students Organisation (TAHLISO) held at Nkrumah Hall, University of Dar es Salaam on 10th August, 2019. Second left is Executive Secretary of NACTE Dr. Adolf Rutayuga and third left is Director General of HESLB, Abdul-Razaq Badru.

  • Prime Minister Hon. Kassim Majaliwa (second right) listens to the Executive Secretary of TCU Prof. Charles Kihampa who briefs him on TCU achievements during the official opening of the 14th Higher Learning Education exhibitions held at Mnazi Mmoja grounds, Dar es Salaam. Right is the Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Technology Hon. William Tate Ole Nasha (MP).

  • Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Hon. WilliamTate Ole Nasha (MP) and Executive Secretary of TCU Prof. Charles Kihampa in a group photo with Secondary School students who visited TCU pavilion during the 14th Higher Education exhibitions held at Mnazi Mmoja grounds, Dar es Salaam.

  • Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Hon. Prof. Joyce Ndalichako (MP) listens to an explanation from Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic of Ardhi University Prof. Gabriel Kassenga (R) during the 14th Higher Education exhibitions held at MnaziMmoja grounds, Dar es Salaam. 

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