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6.7bn/- to Improve Teaching, Learning Environment at NIT

 The Government has set aside 6.7 for improving teaching and learning environment at the Dar es Salaam based National Institute of Transport (NIT)
Addressing journalists in Dar es Salaam over the weekend, NIT Rector, Prof. Zacharia Mganilwa said that the money was allocated in the  2017/18 fiscal year budget and will transform the teaching and enabling environment of the institute, hence make it it produce competent experts who can be able to compete in the competitive labour market.
Prof. Mganilwa said NIT was determined to produce expert who meet the current national market demands, particularly at this time when the country is involving in the construction of Hoima-Tanga crude oil pipeline as well as expansion of country’s ports and other social activities.
It is fully accredited with the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) and provide Competence Based Education and Training (CBET) programmes at the level of Certificate, Diploma and Degree (National Technical Awards – NTA level 4 to level 8). The system gives a student the capacity to ably compete in the labour market.
Prof. Mganilwa said the Institute offers different courses ranging from logistic and transport management, freight clearing and forwarding, aviation studies, procurement and logistics management, automobile engineering, business administration, computing information and communication technology, mechanical engineering, accounting and finance, marketing and public relations and human resources management
 Students at the college campus
 Bird's eye view of the campus
 Newly built Institute building in  the rehabilitation process
National Institute of Transport Rector Prof. Zacharia Mganilwa
 Aviation engineering students during class