Seven students of the Institute for Information Technology in Dar es Salaam (IIT) have passed the examination of Bachelor of Science in Business Information Technology from the University of Greenwich in the United Kingdom.
ITT Executive Director, Mr Moiz Salemwalla said that the first student passed with first class honours, another placed in upper second class, while five students scored lower second class degrees.
He said that nineteen students who did their examinations in June, this year have passed the NCC international Diploma and Advanced diploma examinations in either Business or computer studies.
Aaron Ferrao obtained first class while Jasmine Mziray was placed in upper second class. Other students who scored lower second class are Anna Mumshamba, Fatuma Mwakalukwa, Raphael Ndunguru, Fedrick Swai and Lwimiko Mwaikajele.
Together, twenty six IIT students have earned either degree from the University of Greenwich or NCC international Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas.“We congratulate our students for doing well in this British exams and wish them every success in their future careers,” said Mr Salemwalla.
In the international advanced diploma in computer studies, three students who performed well are Seko Kingo , Jackson Moshi and Wambura Wasira and other three who performed International diploma in business are Carolline Materu, Abderemane Mohamed and Joyce Uisso.
Nine students are from the international Diploma in computer studies. They are Essam Manyologa,Erik Mahundi,William Kaberege, Feresh Feresh,Living Tetty,Lusinga Mwidadi,Equillax Kazibure,Hellen Haule and Joseph Manhyakenda.
By ROSE JOSEPH, Tanzania Daily News