Majina ya waliopata mkopo batch 2 2021| majina ya waliopata mkopo 2021/22 pdf
Majina ya waliopata mkopo 2021 22, Batch 2 Majina ya waliopata mkopo 2021. Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB) is an organization that gives HESLB loans, bursaries and scholarships for training at public institutes, which are recognized by the Ministry of Education of Tanzania. Thanks to HESLB loans, all Tanzanian citizens can empower their dreams by getting an academic degree and embarking on a successful career.
Release date of Phase II | Tarehe ya Kutangaza majina ya waliopata mkopo batch 2, 2021
Regarding the announcement of the Phase II list, Badru said it is scheduled to be released on Thursday, October 21, 2021 after completing the ongoing application analysis and urging loan applicants to visit their SIPA accounts to get information about their applications.
According to Badru, the Government has allocated TZS 570 billion for a total of 160,000 student loans. Among them, 70,000 students will be new beneficiaries and more than 90,000 students will be continuing their studies after passing their annual examinations.
HESLB Loan allocation to Colleges | Fedha Kutumwa wavyuoni kwa majina ya waliopata mkopo awamu ya kwanza 2021
Meanwhile, Badru said HESLB has already received funding for student payments and payment procedures have begun so that the funds can be received from colleges from Tuesday, October 19, 2021.
What to do if you are not located for loan
- Read and follow application procedures stated in these guidelines;
- Ensure that the Form Four Index Number provided when applying for loan matches with the one used in your application for admission to University or College;
- Applicants who seated for Form Four Examinations more than once are required to list all Form Four Index Numbers used while applying for loan;
- Ensure that all documents submitted to support your application have been certified by relevant authorities as specified in these guidelines;
- Ensure that all birth/death certificates are certified by the Registration, Insolvency and Trusteeship
- Agency (RITA), or Zanzibar Civil Status Registration Agency (ZCSRA) “Wakala wa Usajili wa Matukio ya Kijamii Zanzibar “or designated officer(s) to ascertain their validity;
- Ensure all Birth certificates for students who were born in foreign countries and Death Certificates for Tanzanian Parents who died in foreign countries are certified by respective Embassies located in the United Republic of Tanzania;
- Ensure that your loan application form is dully filled and signed before submission;
- Applications must be completed with correct (and accurate) details;
- Each applicant is advised to keep a copy of complete package of the application form submitted to HESLB for future reference (if required) and
- All applicants must strictly observe the set application deadline.