NIT Selected Applicants Waliochaguliwa 2022/2023
The National Institute of Transport (NIT) is a public higher learning institution located one kilometre west of Dar es Salaam City, along Mabibo Road in the Ubungo Light Industrial area.
NIT was founded in 1975 as the National Transport Corporation’s training arm (NTC). NIT was tasked with improving the human resource capabilities of NTC’s subsidiary companies’ transport operatives and middle-level managers.
National Bus Services Limited (KAMATA), Usafiri Dar-as-Salam Limited (UDA), Regional Transport Companies (RETCOs), and others were among these subsidiary companies.
It was realised in 1982 that there was a need for an Institute that would cover all modes of transportation. The Institute’s activities and responsibilities expanded.
As a result, NIT was re-established as an autonomous Higher Learning Institution under the then Ministry of Communications and Works under NIT Act No. 24 of 1982.
It went into effect on July 1, 1983, with the publication of Government Notice No. 91. The Institute is currently under the Ministry of Transport. The Institute was given legal status, and the Governing Council was given the authority to govern and administer the Institute.
To be recognised as a regional centre of excellence in logistics and transportation technology.
To provide flexible and long-term high-quality education and training, as well as research and consulting in logistics and transportation technology.
- Teamwork Customer service Professionalism
- Excellent Governance
OUR MAIN GOALS
The Institute’s primary goals are as follows:
To encourage, promote, coordinate, and carry out demand-driven training in the logistics, transportation, and communications sectors.
Conducting research, offering consulting services and publications, and maintaining a reliable logistics data bank
Conduct professional examinations and award professional bachelors, diplomas, and certificates of various classes and types, as well as other Institute and state awards
To organise and provide conference, workshop, and seminar facilities.
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