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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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SHIMMUTA 2019 CHAMPIONS COMMENDED

SHIMMUTA games champions were applauded yesterday at the College for taking part in SHIMMUTA Champions slated for November last year.

Speaking in a brief ceremony to receive trophies and medals, the Principal of DUCE, Prof. Stephen Oswal

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DUCE STAFF FOOTBALL TEAM NAILS Students Leaders 2-1

It was all well yesterday when the staff football team at DUCE played student-government leaders’ team in a friendly match which gave the staff an upper hand.

Speaking before the match the College Acting Principal, Prof. Stephen Os

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DUCE FIRM ON MTONI KIJICHI APARTMENTS FOR STUDENTS ACCOMMODATION

Dar es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE) has affirmed the decision to take NSSF houses in Mtoni-Kijichi Village for students’ accommodation. DUCE is among the Higher Learning Institutions (HLIs) eyeing the former NSSF houses foll

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THE PARENTS DAY AT DUCE PRIMARY SCHOOL ATTRACTS MANY PARENTS

 

The primary demonstration school marked the end of term yesterday 6th December 2019 with children and parents taking part in sports activities at the play ground. At the same time, parents had time to see various experi

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DUCE DEMONSTRATION SCHOOLS RECEIVES 100 DESKS FROM NMB

Pupils at the College owned primary and secondary schools will benefit from 100 new desks, thanks the National Micro-finance Bank – NMB.

The NMB has donated 50 desks and chairs to the primary school and 50 others to the secondary s

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GATE WELCOMES ITS FIRST EXTERNAL ADVISORY BOARD

The Gender Awareness and Transformation through Education – GATE, saw its External Board Members for the first time in a meeting recently. GATE is a joint project between the Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and DUCE and is solely funded by the

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UNVEILING THE GATE PROJECT BETWEEN DUCE AND TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

The ambitious project concerned with enhancing gender based researches in higher education was launched at DUCE witnessed by two deputy Permanent Secretaries.

The Deputy Permanent Secretary (Education) of the Ministry of Education, Scien

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I AM VERY IMPRESSED BEST STUDENTS TOLD

The Acting Principal of DUCE, Prof. Stephen Maluka, yesterday recognized six continuing students who excelled in their 2018/2019 University Examinations saying their performance was impressive. 

I am very impressed, Prof. Maluka sai

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12th DUCE GRADUATION CEREMONY

Dar es Salaam University College of Education, a constituent of the University of Dar es Salaam, marked the 12th Graduation Ceremony in style on 30th November 2019. The event was coloured by the Chancellor of the University o

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THE NEW ACTING PRINCIPAL, PROF. STEPHEN MALUKA, WELCOMES ‘FRESHERS’ 2019/2020

On 8th November 2019 the just appointed Acting Principal of Dar es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE), Prof. Stephen Maluka, met with the first year students as part of the orientation programme to expose the students to the col

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THE NEW PRINCIPAL OF DUCE CHAIRS THE THIRD WORKERS’ COUNCIL

The newly appointed Acting Principal of DUCE, Prof. Stephen Maluka, chaired the third Workers’ Council meeting on 14th November 2019 being just one week following his appointment to the position of the Acting Principal.

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DUCE READY TO MARK THE 12th GRADUATION ON SATURDAY

Graduands at DUCE rehearsed graduation logistics today with a view of ensuring no-mistakes on the graduation day itself tomorrow.

Different from the other years when graduation ceremonies used to take place in the afternoon, this year&rs

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DUCE EYES A DIPLOMA IN EDUCATIONAL LABORATORY, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

The Faculty of Science plans to start a Diploma course in Educational Laboratory, Science and Technology, participants to a stakeholders’ consultative workshop were told on 23rd October 2019

Students taking the course wi

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PROF. BERNADETA KILLIAN BIDS FAREWELL AS THE COLLEGE NEWLY APPOINTED ACTING PRINCIPAL, PROF. STEPHEN MALUKA, LANDS AT COLLEGE

It was all smiles on 7th November 2019 as the former Principal of Dar es Salaam University College of Education, Prof. Bernadeta Killian, gave her farewell speech to the College management following her appointment as the Deputy Vice Ch

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ZAHANATI YA DUCE YAZINDUA JENGO JIPYA LA HUDUMA YA AFYA YA UZAZI NA MTOTO

Chuo Kikuu Kishiriki cha Elimu (DUCE) kimezindua rasmi jengo maalum la huduma ya Afya ya Uzazi na Mtoto (Reproductive and Child Health – RCH). 

Jengo hilo lipo katika Zahanati ya Chuo ambapo kuna vyumba vinne vya madaktari na

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DUCE WINS TOP HESLB AWARD

DUCE has won the top Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB) Award this year being the third time in a row since 2017. The award is the recognition for the College’s excellent performance in handling students’ loans, parti

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EXCELLING DEMONSTRATION SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS - STUDENTS APPLAUDED

The management of Dar es salaam University College of Education (DUCE) recently congratulated teachers and students of Chang’ombe Demonstration Secondary School who shone in 2018 CSEE (Form IV) results and FTNA (Form II Assessment) <

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