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MEASURES TO MITIGATE CORONAVIRUS HITCHED UP AS DEMONSTRATION SCHOOLS RE-OPEN

DUCE has heightened measures to curtail the spread of Coronavirus in school environs as the gates of the demonstration schools re-opens this week.

The measures include ensuring that all the directives to mitigate the spread or the virus

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SACCOS DONATES A FOOT OPERATED HAND-WASHING MACHINE

Yesterday the Acting Principal of DUCE, Prof. Stephen Oswald Maluka, received a foot operated hand-washing machine donated by DUCE SACCOS Limited.

DUCE SACCOS top management led by the Chairman, Dr. Luka Mkonongwa, paid a courtesy visit

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A TEAM OF DUCE SCIENTISTS STUDIES PARASITES ON EDIBLE VEGETABLES

A team of scientists in the Faculty of Science are working day and night in a bid to discover the rate of parasites on edible vegetables in the city.

The study comes at wake of wide-spread speculation among a section of city dwellers cla

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STUDENTS URGED TO REFUSE SEXTORTION

Higher Learning Institutions’ students have been urged not to succumb to sextortion and report cases to respective authorities and the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) for immediate action.

Speaking at the openi

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POSTGRADUATE TEACHING NOW GOES ONLINE

The teaching of postgraduate students at DUCE goes online effective this semester following special training of postgraduate teachers on online facilitation at the College.

The Principal of CoICT of the University of Dar es Salaam, Dr. M

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DUCE INTENSIFY MEASURES AGAINST CORONAVIRUS AS THE COLLEGE RE-OPENS

The College has intensified its measures against spread of the novel Coronavirus as the College welcome students who were at homes after the temporary closure on 18th March 2020. 

The re-opening on 1st June 202

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DUCE TRAINS GUARDS ON USING THERMAL SCANNERS

DUCE Dispensary in collaboration with the Auxiliary Unit yesterday trained security guards on using thermal scanners for detecting body temperature, one of the symptoms of Corona virus infection.

The scanners will be placed at the gates

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THTU DUCE COMMENDED FOR 4.6 MILLION WORTH DONATION TO CURTAIL SPREAD OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC

All staff and visitors to the College will have to be screened using non-contact thermal scanners, thanks for THTU donation on Monday this week.

In addition to the thermal scanners which detect body temperature in case of fever – o

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BEST WORKERS OF THE YEAR 2019-2020

BEST WORKERS OF THE YEAR

The Acting Principal of the Dar es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE), Prof. Stephen Oswald Maluka, has the pleasure to announce to the entire DUCE Community the Colle

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DUCE AND TENMET KNIT TIES TO CONDUCT COLLABORATIVE RESEARCHES

Academics at DUCE will effective from this year be able to undertake joint educational researches with TenMet – Tanzania Education Network, an umbrella organization for NGOs and CBOs which focus on education.

This follows the agree

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SCIENCE STUDENTS TEACHERS TRAINED IN CBC

A two-day training involving science and mathematics students at DUCE took place between 5th and 6th March 2020.

The training is part of the project aiming at imparting practical skills to teach using the current Co

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DUCE MARKS THE WORLD WOMENS DAY IN STYLE

The Gender Unit and women members of staff at the College marked the world women day yesterday ahead of the main celebrations on Sunday 8th August 2020.

The world women day is celebrated every year to celebrate the social, eco

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MAKE IT BRIGHT DONATES 50 COMPUTERS TO DUCE

The team of ‘Make It Bright’ trainees under Tanzania Cigarette Company (TCC) Plc yesterday donated 50 desktop computers to DUCE.

Speaking during a brief handing over function at the College, the Acting Principal of DUCE, Prof

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PROF. JOYCE NDALICHAKO GRACES THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

The Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Prof. Joyce Ndalichako, yesterday cut a ribbon to to mark the official opening of the new administration building at DUCE built using government funds.

Although the day started with some

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THE NEW DUCE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING IS LAUNCHED TODAY

The Administration Building at the College built with government funds will be launched this morning. The Minister of Education, Science, and Technology, Prof. Joyce Ndalichako, will officiate at the launching ceremony.

Different from th

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DUCE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING IN NEW LOOK

The Administration Building at DUCE now stands three-storey high following horizontal and vertical extension of the building. Funds for the extension of the building came from the government.

The building will be launched on Thursday 13<

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STUDENTS-TEACHING MEDIA PROJECTS SHOWCASED

Groups of second year students at DUCE were caught on college camera this week showcasing instructional media they made on their own as part of CT 201 course.

The exercise is aimed to enable the students to use locally available resource

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THE SPACIOUS MTONI-KIJICHI HOSTELS TO ACCOMMODATE DUCE 699 STUDENTS

The spacious National Social Security Fund (NSSF) houses at Mtoni-Kijichi in Temeke Municipality will accommodate about 699 DUCE students in five blocks beginning the next academic year.

The revelation was made at the weekend by the Chai

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LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE ORGANIZES YET ANOTHER STAFF SEMINAR

A staff seminar took place yesterday with members in the Department of Languages and Literature presenting concept notes and manuscripts of papers.

The manuscripts are papers which are presented to get insights from other members of staf

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GATE FIFTH WORKSHOP KICKS OFF

Gate’s fifth workshop kicked off between 9th and 11th January 2020 with a special focus on doing qualitative gender based researches. In addition, participants were exposed to issues related to bias free research framew

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