Form One Selection 2023 Kidato cha Kwanza 2022-2023

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Form One Selection 2023 Kidato cha Kwanza 2022-2023

 

TAMISEMI has officially released the list of candidates for the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) who want to go to a public secondary school in Tanzania in 2021-2022. This comes after NECTA announced the results of the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) 2021, which was a test that students took.

 

 

The Form One Selection in Tanzania in 2023 means what exactly?

Candidates for enrollment in various public secondary schools are compiled on “form one selection” lists. Students must have received a passing grade in NECTA‘s Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) to be eligible. Those chosen have an overall passing grade point average of at least a C.

How to verify majina waliochaguliwa kidato cha kwanza 2023

You can see the names of students who were chosen to join Form One for the academic year 2023 if you follow the instructions below.

 

  1. Visit NECTA’s official webpage at http://necta.go.tz.
  2. Then go to the announcements tab to see the latest NECTA news.
  3. Keep an eye out for any updates on majina ya waliochaguliwa kidato cha kwanza 2023.
  4. Finally, click on the available link announcement to see the children who were chosen to enter Form One for the 2023 school year.

 

 

Form one Selection 2023, Candidates can check Form one selected candidate PDF file from TAMISEMI official website. Selected students’ lists will be supplied in region-wise PDF files, which will subsequently be separated into districts, rural/urban areas, and open secondary schools.

 

How Will Selection Form ne 2023 be Shown?

Majina waliochaguliwa kidato Cha kwanza 2023 | Form One Selection Students and parents are recommended to stay in touch with this page and those closest to them for any updates and relevant information regarding Form One Selection 2022 Results. However, you can download a PDF file of the Form One Join Instructions 2023 for Dormitory Schools here.Other regions will be added as soon as joining instructions are available.

OR-TAMISEMI NA BARAZA LA MITIHANI LA TANZANIA

WALIOCHANGULIWA KIDATO CHA KWANZA – 2023

 


ARUSHA

DAR ES SALAAM

DODOMA

IRINGA

KAGERA

KIGOMA

KILIMANJARO

LINDI

MARA

MBEYA

MOROGORO

MTWARA

MWANZA

PWANI

RUKWA

RUVUMA

SHINYANGA

SINGIDA

TABORA

TANGA

MANYARA

GEITA

KATAVI

NJOMBE

SIMIYU

SONGWE

 

Check Form One Selection 2023 Based on Regions

 

  1. FORM ONE SELECTION ARUSHA
  2. FORM ONE SELECTION DAR ES SALAAM
  3. FORM ONE SELECTION DODOMA
  4. FORM ONE SELECTION IRINGA
  5. FORM ONE SELECTION KAGERA
  6. FORM ONE SELECTION KIGOMA
  7. FORM ONE SELECTION KILIMANJARO
  8. FORM ONE SELECTION LINDI
  9. FORM ONE SELECTION  MARA
  10. FORM ONE SELECTION MBEYA
  11. FORM ONE SELECTION MOROGORO
  12. FORM ONE SELECTION MTWARA
  13. FORM ONE SELECTION MWANZA
  14. FORM ONE SELECTION PWANI
  15. FORM ONE SELECTION RUKWA
  16. FORM ONE SELECTION RUVUMA
  17. FORM ONE SELECTION SHINYANGA
  18. FORM ONE SELECTION SINGIDA
  19. FORM ONE SELECTION TABORA
  20. FORM ONE SELECTION TANGA
  21. FORM ONE SELECTION MANYARA
  22. FORM ONE SELECTION GEITA
  23. FORM ONE SELECTION KATAVI
  24. FORM ONE SELECTION NJOMBE
  25. FORM ONE SELECTION SIMIYU
  26. FORM ONE SELECTION SONGWE

 

Form One Selection 2023 Press Release

Dear Journalists;
First of all, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Almighty
God is very merciful for giving us life and enabling us to continue
perform our various responsibilities while being healthy.
Second, I congratulate Mr. Dr. Samia Suluhu Hassan, President of
United Republic of Tanzania for continuing to invest in
The Education Sector by ensuring that every Tanzanian child has the opportunity to
get an education. As a result of that investment, the number of students joining
Form One has been increasing every year. Under leadership
his, All students who qualify to join Form One
they get a chance without the existence of the Second Option.
Dear Journalists;
It should be noted that in 2021 the Sixth Phase Government released Shillings
240 billion for the construction of 12,000 classrooms in schools
secondary and enable all 907,802 students who had passed
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start studies in January, 2022. Likewise for the year 2022, Hon. President
when he was presented with the estimate of success and found out there will be an increase of
Students, allowed to give 160 billion shillings for the construction of
8,000 classrooms. So as it was in 2021,
this year also there will be no Student who will miss a place in
Government Secondary Schools by January, 2023. Take this opportunity
to thank and congratulate Hon. Dr. Samia Suluhu Hassan, President
of the United Republic of Tanzania for enabling all students
who succeeded in getting a chance to join the First Form Studies
January 2023.
2.0 Selection of Students to Join the First Form in January
2023
Dear Journalists;
Office of the President – TAMISEMI in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Science and
Technology and the Tanzania Examinations Council has completed the exercise
Selection of Students to Join the First Year
January, 2023. The election involved 1,073,941 students who passed the Exam
of Finishing Primary Education in 2022 announced by the Council of
Tanzania exams. Among them, 514,846 are boys and 514,846 are girls
559,095 who are all eligible to join Secondary studies
First Form in Government Schools.

 

The number of students who successfully joined the first form in January, 2023
has increased by 166,139 students equal to an increase of 18.30 percent
compared to 907,802 Students who got marks to enable them
to join the First Form in 2022. Among those who passed and
Scheduled to join the First Form are Students with Needs
Special 2,775 equal to 0.26 percent of which Boys are 1,491 and
1,284 girls.
Dear Journalists;
This year for the third time, the selection of students to join
Form One has been done using the Electronic System of
Student Selection (Students Selection-Management Information
System) created by IT experts of the President’s Office TAMISEMI
and the Tanzanian Examinations Council. This system has helped things
the following:
a) Reducing the time spent on Student Selection
Enrolling in First Form studies;
b) Reducing costs incurred during the Election Exercise and
Planning of Students to join the First Form; and
c) Increase efficiency and transparency in student elections
means that every student is organized in the school according to
and the Election Guide as directed.
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3.0 Criteria Used to Assign Schools to Students
Dear Journalists;
Selection of students to join the First Form in 2023
you have considered the performance criteria of the selected candidate. Each
a candidate who took the Primary Education Leaving Examination in 2022 and
get a total passing score between 121 to 300 is selected by
assigned to Government Secondary School.
The Government Secondary Schools assigned to the students are located in
two main groups: Boarding Schools and Day Schools. On the side
of boarding schools, these schools are divided into three groups
which are boarding secondary schools for students with the highest achievement
(Special Schools), Boarding Secondary Schools – Vocational and vocational schools
Normal Boarding Secondary Schools. Boarding Schools are National and therefore,
are designed to receive students from different parts of the country
to observe the distribution of space determined by the parameters set in order
to strengthen Nationalism.
Dear Journalists;
A total of 4,309 Secondary Schools have been assigned to students of Form
First, among those schools, 38 equal to 0.88 percent are boarding schools
nationally and 4,271 schools equal to 99.12 percent are day schools. Election

of Students in those groups was done in accordance with the Guidelines
Selection as follows:
a) Secondary Boarding Schools for Students with Good Performance
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Placement in Schools for the Best Achievers
are divided for each Region according to the number of candidates
Class Seven registered in the relevant Region using the Code
to distribute those positions Nationally. Places given to the Region
are divided equally for each Council in the Region
relevant. There are seven (7) of these schools which are Msalato, Mzumbe,
Kilakala, Kibaha, Ilboru, Tabora Girls and Tabora Boys.
b) Vocational Boarding Secondary Schools
Places in Vocational Secondary Schools are divided for each
Region based on the number of Grade Seven candidates
registered for the relevant Region using the Rules for allocating space
those Nationally. The places allotted to the Region are divided equally by
each Regional Council concerned. Secondary Boarding Schools of
There are nine trades which are Tanga Tech, Moshi Tech, Musoma Tech,
Bwiru Tech, Ifunda Tech, Iyunga Tech, Mtwara Tech, Mwadui
Tech and Chato Tech.
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c) Normal Boarding Secondary Schools
Places in 22 National Standard Boarding Schools are allocated
for each Council according to the number of Class candidates
Seven who came from District Councils and who come from
difficult environment only by using the Rule of assigning those positions
National. In that group, Students from City Councils,
Municipalities and Cities were not involved except for Students with
Special Requirements.
Dear journalists;
I would like to emphasize that the students who are selected to join the schools of
Dormitories are very limited and depend on the number allocated to each
Region/Council. The list of students in the Council is organized
according to their success in order of merit and the most successful
Boarding schools are arranged according to the vacancies available in the Council
relevant. On that basis, not every student succeeds with an A average
can be chosen boarding school. I found myself emphasizing this to get
common understanding especially for parents/guardians and students who
assumes that a student’s A average is the only criterion
to be selected to join boarding schools.

 

Dear Journalists,
Based on the criteria outlined above, 4,224 students equal to
0.39 percent have been selected to join National Boarding Schools, for
the following analysis:
(i) 932 students (512 boys and 420 girls) equal to
0.09 percent have been selected to join Secondary Schools
of the best performing students;
(ii) 1,323 students (1,110 boys and 213 girls) equal to
0.12 percent have been selected to go to Secondary Schools
Craftsmanship;
(iii) 1,969 students (979 boys and 990 girls) equal to
0.18 percent have been selected to join Secondary Schools
of Common Boarding: and
(iv) 1,069,717 students (512,245 boys and girls
557,472) equal to 99.61 percent have been selected to go to school
of Full-time Secondary Schools in various areas of the country.
Dear Journalists;
The Government of the Sixth Phase led by Mr. Dr. Samia
Suluhu Hassan, President of the United Republic of Tanzania through the Office
of the President – TAMISEMI made preparations in advance to ensure that
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all students who will pass the Year Seven Exam,
2022 join Secondary Education by January, 2023. Due to
that preparation All 1,073,941 students who passed the Class Exam
Seven in the country in 2022 will start their studies on the same day once a semester
of studies when you start. And at this stage I inform you that it is a term
of studies for Primary and Secondary Schools owned by
Government for the year 2023 will start on 09 January 2023 as
specified in the semester calendar guide issued by
Commissioner of Education on December 1, 2022.
Dear Journalists;
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the selected students
to join Form One in 2023. In addition, I thank the teachers,
Principals, School Committees, Ward Education Officers, Education Officers of
Councils and Regions together with all Leaders of Councils and Regions
and Education Stakeholders in the country for providing cooperation in managing
operation and provision of Primary and Secondary Education in the country.
In addition, I would like to invite all students who have been selected to join
The first form in 2023 in Government Secondary Schools
in the country, make good use of the opportunity they got to study hard so they can reach their goals
what they set for themselves.

 

4.0 Instructions of the Honorable Minister
Dear Journalists;
I am calling on the Heads of Regions, Heads of Districts, Leaders and Executives
of the Council in collaboration with education stakeholders to ensure that:
(a) All selected students start their studies in month 9
January, 2023 without restrictions of any kind to carry out the mission of
The Government of the provision of Primary Education. This thing will be successful in every case
one for his position will be responsible for managing the construction of rooms
of the classes you are currently taking so that you can finish on time
as we planned. Therefore, I instruct the Heads of Regions, Secretaries
Regional Administration, District Heads and Directors of Authorities
Local Governments to ensure all preparations including the construction of
all the infrastructure for receiving students of Form
First year, 2023 ends on or before December 24th
2022.
(b) All students selected to join boarding schools report
in school by January 7, 2023; and for all students
those selected to join day schools report to school on time
on January 9, 2023. Parents/Guardians and the Community are encouraged
to collaborate with District, Council and School Leadership to ensure
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that all selected students are enrolled, attend and
to remain in school until they graduate from Secondary Education.
(c) Honorable Heads of Regions and Heads of Districts, Leaders and
Council executives in collaboration with education stakeholders
to manage the enrollment of Primary and Primary education students and
to ensure that the registration is completed by December 31
2022. Effectiveness in the enrollment exercise to be completed on time
will help our children start studying on January 9, 2023 on school days
when they are opened.
Dear Journalists;
List of all selected Students along with Details Forms of
Joining the First Form in 2023 (Joining Instructions) for
All National Boarding Schools are available on the website of the Office of the President –
TAMISEMI through the www.tamisemi.go.tz link and Council
Tanzania exams www.necta.go.tz.
Dear Journalists;
Along with these instructions, for the Student, Parent/Guardian who will have
matter that needs further instructions or clarification should go to the Education Offices
of Regions and Councils or call the Service Center at
Customers, Office of the President – TAMISEMI by phone numbers 026 2160210 or
0735 160210

 

Last Year 2022 Form One Selection


ARUSHA

DAR ES SALAAM

DODOMA

IRINGA

KAGERA

KIGOMA

KILIMANJARO

LINDI

MARA

MBEYA

MOROGORO

MTWARA

MWANZA

PWANI

RUKWA

RUVUMA

SHINYANGA

SINGIDA

TABORA

TANGA

MANYARA

GEITA

KATAVI

NJOMBE

SIMIYU

SONGWE

TAMISEMI History

 

1.1 Introduction

Our country gained independence on 09.12.1961 when Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere, who was the first Prime Minister, created the Ministry of Local Government and appointed Hon. Job Lusinde to be the first Minister to lead this Ministry. Followed by 19 Ministers including three (3) women including the current Minister Hon. Ummy Mwalimu.

Since 1961, the Office of the President – TAMISEMI has been an independent Ministry, Ministry under the Office of the Prime Minister and in the Office of the President as it is now. The decision of where it is placed has been made to strengthen the performance of this Office.

The Office of the President TAMISEMI is the only Ministry whose Headquarters started in Dodoma since the beginning of the seventies since the Government announced that the Government Headquarters is Dodoma and in Dar es Salaam there has been a small Office. The presence of the Headquarters in Dodoma was aimed at providing equal opportunities to its main stakeholders, especially the Regions and Local Government Authorities to reach Dodoma easily when they follow various services.

The purpose of the existence of Local Governments is to transfer Powers to the Citizens, which originates from the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania of 1977 in Chapter 8, Article 145 and 146. The transfer of power to the citizens is through the Local Government Authorities and that is why Local Governments and Citizens’ participation in the development process have been identified in the Constitution and Laws of the United Republic of Tanzania.

When our country gained its independence, there were ten administrative states that were inherited from the British colonial rule in 1966. The first president, Julius Kambarage Nyerere, with the authority given to him, created 15 regions and removed the system of dividing the country into states. So far our country has 26 Regions, 139 Districts, 184 Councils, 570 Divisions, 3,956 Wards, 12,319 Villages, 64,384 Townships and 4,263 Streets. After independence there were a total of 45 councils and until 2009 they were 129 councils and they have continued to increase until they reach 184 in 2021.

 

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At the time of Independence there were no Municipal Councils and now there are 6 Municipal Councils, there was one Municipal Council of Dares Salaam and now there are 20 Municipal Councils, there were 9 City Councils and now there are 21 City Councils and District Councils were 10 and now there are 137 District Councils.

The government continued with the Local Government system inherited from the colonialists and used it as a tool to bring about development on a democratic basis. Due to the various challenges that faced the performance of Local Government Authorities after independence in the early seventies, the Government abolished these Authorities and established a system of Regional Authorities.

This system made the Local Governments to depend on the Central Government for everything due to citizens not participating in decisions and also in development activities, the country’s economy declined and living standards dropped. Due to this situation, Local Governments on the part of City Authorities were restored again in 1978 and in 1984 Local Governments were restored on the part of District Authorities were also restored.

With the aim of strengthening the Local Governments and enabling them to provide better services to the citizens, the Government has been taking various measures. One of these steps is the introduction of the Local Government System Improvement Program established in 1998 which focused on devolving power to the people (D by D).

During the Reform period, the Government issued the Policy Paper on Local Government Reform Program on Decentralization by Devolution (D-by-D) as an effective way to deliver and accelerate Social and Economic development and raise the provision of service to citizens. This policy decision aims to overcome the shortcomings that existed in the previous systems and provide solutions to the existing challenges.

This concept of D by D is built on the basis of going from the system of Central Government Powers to have all the decisions and Local Governments to be only the Executor (that is, the Importer and the Executor) to the system of Local Governments with the Legal Authority to decide matters in their location and implement them. Thus, having a system of discussion relations in the implementation of development activities. This concept aims to give more power to the people.

 

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