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Top 10 best Students Matokeo ya Form Six 2022, After Tanzania Mainland withdrew from the East African Examinations Council in 1971 and before the establishment of NECTA by law in 1973, the Curriculum and Examinations Section of the Ministry of Education was in charge of all examinations. This was the case even though NECTA was established by law in 1973. As a result of the founding of NECTA, the responsibility for the Examinations was transferred to NECTA in accordance with the law.
The Ministry of Education and the University College in Dar es Salaam continued to be in charge of the curriculum until 1975, when it was taken over by the newly established, autonomous Institute of Curriculum Development (ICD), which in 1993 was renamed as the Tanzania Institute of Education. Prior to that time, the curriculum was overseen by both of these institutions (TIE).
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The initial employees of NECTA were hired between the years 1972 and 1976. Among them was Mr. P. P. Gandye, who was hired in 1972 and then promoted to the position of Executive Secretary in 1994. The remaining members of NECTA’s personnel continued to be hired, particularly after the organization shifted its headquarters from the Ministry of Education Headquarters to its current location in Kijitonyama, which is close to Mwenge. There are currently more than 250 people working with NECTA in a variety of roles.
In April 1971, Tanzania Mainland withdrew from the East African Examinations Council (EAEC) in order to begin administering her own examinations. As a direct result of this action, Tanzania Mainland made the decision to establish NECTA as a subsequent step. In 1970, Zanzibar withdrew its membership from the EAEC. Prior to the withdrawal, between the years 1968 and 1971, Tanzania participated in international Secondary School Examinations that were jointly administered by the East African Syndicate. Previously, these examinations had been solely administered by the Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate.
The School Certificate Examinations and the Higher School Certificate Examinations were the tests that were overseen and administered by the Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate back then. The first time that African students participated in the School Certificate Examinations was in 1947, and the first time that they took the Higher School Certificate Examinations was in 1960.
10. Oscar Eliakimu Marabe (PCB) Tabora boys
9. Kurwa Mbizo Elias (PCB) Tabora Boys
8. Rachel Joachim Moshi (PCM) St. Mary’s Mazinde Juu Tanga
7. Paulina Aldephonce Mabamba (PCM) St. Mary’s Mazinde Juu Tanga.
6. Jennifer Martin Chuwa (PCB) St. Mary’s Mazinde Juu Tanga
5. Norah Eliaza Kidijoiti (PCB) – Shule ya St. Mary’s Mazinde Juu Tanga.
4. Minaeli Simon Mgonja (PCB) St. Mary’s Mazinde Juu Tanga.
3. Tabora Boys’ Mhewa Charles Kamando, also known as PCB
2. Lucy Magashi (PCB) Shule ya St. Mary’s Mazinde Juu Tanga.
1.Catherine Alphonse Mwakasege (PCB) – Shule ya St. Mary’s Mazinde Juu Tanga.