Matokeo Ya Kidato Cha Nne 2022/2023 www.necta.go.tz. ,Matokeo Kidato Cha Nne 2022-2023 (NECTA Matokeo Ya Form Four 2022): The National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA) conducted this examination and published the Matokeo ya Mtihani wa kidato cha Nne 2023-2023 in the month of January. However the matokeo ya kidato cha nne mwaka likely to be published on www.necta.go.tz.
NECTA Form Four Results 2022/2023 www.necta.go.tz. Matokeo Kidato Cha Nne 2022-2023
- The “Kidato Cha Nne” is a national-level examination of Tanzania. The NECTA called this examination as Standard Four (Std IV). However, it is also popularly known as the Certificate Of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE). In general, every year this examination is held in the month of October/November once a year.
- The CSEE examination will start on Monday 05/11/2022 and finish on Friday 23/11/2023. Every year the “Matokeo Kidato Cha Nne“ is out in the month of January.
- As a matter of fact, the council released the Matokeo ya Mtihani wakidato cha Nne region-wise, so that, all students from all over Tanzania can access the CSEE results 2022/2023. Last year 385,767 students appeared in this examination out of this 287,713 students successfully pass the examination.
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Checking Matokeo Ya Kidato Cha nne mwaka 2022/2023
There are a couple of ways for a student to check the “NECTA Matokeo Ya Form Four 2023″. The first way is online, this is the easiest way to get CSEE Results online from www.necta.go.tz. Second is the mobile SMS, this is helpful whenever the official portal is unable to respond due to traffic overload, then the students can use the SMS code to get the “Matokeo Kidato Cha Nne 2023-2023”.
- Go to www.tanzaniaportal.com
- At the top main menu click on “matokeo”.
- Then click on “CSEE”.
- Now a new page will appear called “_________“.
- Here you can list City names, Click on your Region.
- Now find your “School or Exam Center” name.
- Click on it and look for your name.
- If you can not find your Name, then check for your “Candidate Number”.
- Now you can see your subjects and grade marks.
After Tanzania Mainland had pulled out of the East African Examinations Council, in 1971 and before NECTA was established by Law, in 1973, the Curriculum and Examinations Section of the Ministry of Education was responsible for all examinations. With the establishment of NECTA, the Examinations became its responsibility in accordance with the law. The Curriculum continued to be under the Ministry of Education and the University College, Dar es Salaam until when it was taken over by the newly established, autonomous Institute of Curriculum Development (ICD) in 1975, which in 1993 was renamed as the Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE).
Between 1972 and 1976 the first staff of NECTA were recruited, among them was Mr. P. P Gandye who was recruited in 1972 and later on in 1994 was appointed as Executive Secretary. The other staff members continued to be recruited and especially so when NECTA’s premises moved from the Ministry of Education Headquarters to the present premises at Kijitonyama near Mwenge. Presently the number of NECTA’s staff is more than 250.
The Establishment of NECTA
The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) is Government Institution which was established by the Parliamentary Act No. 21 of 1973. NECTA is responsible for the administration of all National Examinations in Tanzania.
The decision to establish NECTA was a follow-up of an earlier move, in April 1971, when Tanzania Mainland pulled out of the East African Examinations Council (EAEC) to conduct her own examinations. Zanzibar pulled out of EAEC in 1970. Before the pull out, between 1968 and 1971, Tanzania sat for foreign Secondary School Examinations conducted jointly by the East African Syndicate, which before then were conducted by the Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate alone. The Examinations conducted by the Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate then were the School Certificate and the Higher School Certificate Examinations. The School Certificate Examinations was taken by the African Students for the first time in 1947 and that of the Higher School Certificate in 1960.