EASTC Selected Applicants 2022/23 Pdf – Eastern Africa Statistical Training Centre (EASTC) Selected Applicants 2022/23 Pdf
EASTC Selected Applicants 2022/23 Pdf – Being selected to join a university is an act performed by the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) for all Form Six and Diploma students whose results allow them to continue enrolling in various universities registered with the board so that they can continue to study various courses of their choice, and here I am bringing you the full list of students selected to join Eastern Africa Statistical Training Centre (EASTC). The Eastern Africa Statistical Training Centre (EASTC) as a professional institution, right from its conceptualization, had its ‘regional roots’ way back in the year 1961. The archive at the Centre reveals that in July 1961 in Tunis (TUNISIA), the Second Conference of African Statisticians noted that it “was necessary to establish a number of training centres to provide theoretical and particular courses” in Africa to respond to the increased demands on statistical services, given the fact that there was an acute shortage of both middle-grade and professional statisticians. The Conference also noted that training professional statisticians is a highly specialized task, which can be undertaken only by well-established colleges.
For that reason, at the third Conference of the African Statisticians in October, 1963, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) agreed to assist in the establishment of a statistical training centre for the East African sub-region i.e. Kenya , Uganda and Tanzania . Therefore, at a meeting held on 11 th February, 1964, at the Headquarters of East African Community (then known as the East Africa Common Services Organization (EACSO), it was agreed that United Nations (UN) would provide, besides a Director for such a Centre, UN Fellowships and equipment for it. It was finally decided to locate the training Centre at Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
The Centre started functioning at Dar es Salaam from 30th of August 1965. To start with, it was handling only Middle Level Training Courses i.e. Certificate , but from July 1966 it was upgraded to impart training at Intermediate Level i.e. Diploma as well. The courses included: Ancillary subjects; Applied Statistical method; Elements of Probability Theory; Numerical Analysis; Official Statistics ; and Practical Statistics. The main objectives of the Centre, at that time, were to organise training of middle level statistical personnel for African countries; and to arrange for the participation of the trainees in the field surveys organised by the East African Community (EAC) and the participating countries. In 1972, the UNDP ended its support and the East African Community (successor to EACSO) took full control of the Centre until 1977 when the EAC collapsed. The Statistical Training Programme for Africa (STPA) took over from 1979 to 1993.
EASTC Confirmed as a Regional Institution
One of the resolutions of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, the Executive Committee Resolution ECO (XVIII) RES 9 on the Statistical Training Programme for Africa (STPA), and the Household Survey Capability Programme (HSCP) endorsed the adoption of the Statistical Training Programme for Africa (STPA) prepared by the 10 th Conference of African Statisticians in 1977 . The STPA noted the existence of the East Africa Statistical Training Centre located in Dar es Salaam, (Tanzania) as a training institution run by the Governments of the United Republic of Tanzania, Republic of Kenya and Republic of Uganda as an inter- governmental institution designed to pool efforts in training sub-professional level statistical cadres for its members. Later on, a joint meeting between STPA and the Advisory Board of the East African Statistical Training Centre at its 22nd and 23rd meetings on 24th November, 1977 and 6th February, 1978 respectively came up with a resolution that the Centre should remain regional and should be expanded to serve more states in Eastern Africa sub-region in addition to the partners of the former East African Community and in Africa in general. In the Agreement of establishing the Eastern Africa Statistical Training Centre as a regional institution, which was signed by the Executive Secretary of UNECA in 1980, UNECA expressed its gratitude to the Governments of the Republic of Kenya, Republic of Uganda and United Republic of Tanzania for their unanimous decision to have the East African Statistical Training Centre regionalized.
Eastern Africa Statistical Training Centre (EASTC) Selected Applicants 2022/23 Pdf
Eastern Africa Statistical Training Centre (EASTC) Have Announced a List of Names of Students Selected to Join the Various Courses for The Academic Year 2022/2023. To View These Names, Click On the Link Below K