Water Institute (WI) selection 2020/2021 | Water Institute (WI) Selected Applicants / Candidates / Students 2020/2021.
Water Institute (WI) selection 2020/2021 academic session is out and now available online. List of Selected Applicants Water Institute (WI) for 2020/2021 Academic Session. Water Institute (WI) Candidates Selected for Undergraduate Admission.
Water Institute (WI) has released official selection for admission into Undergraduate, PhD, Postgraduate, Diploma and Certificates program offering in the University Departments under various Schools for the academic year 2020/2021. Candidates can check the complete information of Water Institute (WI) selection 2020/2021 through this page. This Selection include Water Institute (WI) first Selection batch, Second Selection batch, Third Selection batch, Fourth Selection batch etc.
About Water Institute (WI).
Implementation of the 20-year Rural Water Supply Programme (1971-1991) whose goal was to provide safe and adequate water supply to all rural communities in Tanzania indicated an acute shortage of trained personnel of all cadres i.e. engineers, technicians, craftsmen, etc. To cater for the diverse requirements of the water sector, a Water Resources Institute (WRI) was established in 1974 as a training Unit under the Ministry of Water and Energy at the time.
In 1980 the institute’s name was changed to Rwegarulila Water Resources Institute (RWRI). This change was in honour of the late Fredrick Rwegarulila, the then Principal Secretary who played an instrumental role in establishment of the Institute and development of the Water sector in general; this decision came as a resolution during the 1980 Annual Water Engineers’ Conference (AWEC) held in Tanga.
During the Public Service Reform Program in the public sector which were geared towards improving service delivery, among interventions undertaken by the government was hiving off some of government functions that were routine in nature to be performed by semi-autonomous bodies (Executive Agencies). The Rwegarulila Water Resources Institute was transformed to become an Executive Agency on 22nd August 2008 because it was one of the organizations under the Ministry of Water performing routine functions. During the process the name of the Institute was changed to “Water Development and Management Institute” (WDMI). However, in 2016, Water Development and Management Institute changed its name to the current name of ‘‘Water Institute’’ (WI).
Water Institute Selected Students 2020/2021.
Haven’t received a response for your Water Institute application for 2020/2021 admission? Don’t fret – Once you have applied, you can check your application status (Selection) using the log-in details supplied during the initial application process. Login now to check your Selection status, Applicants with Multiple Admissions status need to confirm their admissions. OR
Login into your account to see if you have selected or Candidates who are finding their name in the Water Institute Selected List 2020/2021 are advised to check the official website- http://www.waterinstitute.ac.tz/ (On the homepage of the website, click on the admission link to login into your account or Search for Selection List) regularly in order to get the result update ofWater Institute selection 2020/2021 1st/2nd/3rd or we will also keep you updated about Water Institute selection 2020/2021 Result status here.
How to check Water Institute Selection 2020/2021 Online ?
- Candidates can visit Water Institute official website http://www.waterinstitute.ac.tz/
- On the homepage of the website, click on the admission link to login into your account or Search for Selection List
- Download the Water Institute Selection List PDF
- Save the PDF on your Phone/Computer
- Find your Name from the Downloaded Selection List
- Print your Selection List for documentation
Contact & Address
Ministry of Water
Water Institute – WI,
P. o. Box 35059, Dsm.,
Off – Sam Nujoma Rd, University Road, Ubungo, Dsm.
Fax : 255222410404
Email: [email protected]
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