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Sokoine Memorial Week 2021

 

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Event Type: Exhibitions
Event Summary
The vice chancellor of Sokoine University of Agriculture invites the public to the Sokoine Memorial Week to be held
at the Edward Moringe Campus (Main Campus) of the Sokoine University of Agriculture from 24th to 27th May, 2021.
The theme of the week is “Agricultural Technologies, Productivity and Market Competitiveness in Tanzania:
Towards an Upper-Middle-Income Country”. The week is scheduled with exhibitions of agricultural technologies,
sports and games, hospital services, animal hospital services, blood donation, and a Scientific Conference.
There will be also High Profile Panel Discussion on 27th May, 2021.

Date & Time
24th to 27th May, 2021
Location/Venue
Sokoine University of Agriculture, Edward Moringe Campus (Main Campus) in Morogoro Tanzania

Targeted Audience
You are all invited to attend

Event Registration
Please register to Dr. Emmanuel T. Malisa This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 0754877404
Event Cost
Contact Dr. Emmanuel T. Malisa via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 0754877404

 

 

36th Sokoine University of Agriculture Graduation Ceremony

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Bachelor of Rural Development students during the 36th graduation ceremony on 18th December 2020

During the 36th Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) Graduation ceremony conducted on 18th December 2020, about 2921 students were awarded degrees at SUA. The University Awarded Doctor of Philosophy degree (PhD) to 37 students. In addition, 119 students were awarded masters degrees; 3 Postgraduate Diploma in Education; and 2762 students were Awarded undergraduate degrees. In the College of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH), 167 students were Awarded degree in Bachelor of Rural Development; 12 students were Awarded Master of Arts in Project Management and Evaluation; 1 student graduated in Master of Arts Rural Development and 10 students were Awarded PhD in Rural Development.

The College of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH) train students to become problem solvers in order to address contemporary societal challenges. Most of our students work as Community Development Officers, Development Planners and Policy Analysts as well as entrepreneurs. Others are employed as Project Managers and Planners.

Masters of Art Project Management and Evaluation

Master of Art in Project Management and Evaluation students during the 36th graduation ceremony

Rural Development

One student graduated in Master of Rural Development

Prof Samwel J Kabote

The College Principal, Prof Samwel J. Kabote, Bowing  to the chancellor, before students from CSSH were awarded degrees

 

36TH STUDENTS PRIZE GIVING CEREMONY 2020 COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES

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From the right hand side, Best 1st Year Student in Bachelor of Rural Development Mr. Marcel S. John; Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) Prof. Maulid Mwatawala; Director, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology responsible for Innovations, Prof. Kipanyula and SUA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Raphael T. Chibunda.

Prof kabote students Prize award 2020

Prof. Samwel J. Kabote (left), College Principal calling names of the best students in the College during Prize giving ceremony held on 17th December, 2020 in the Multipurpose Lecture Theatre at SUA. On the right is the Dean of Student Mr Pule J. Motshabi. During that event, the College awarded student who have excelled in their studies during 2019/2020 academic year as listed below:

undergraduate

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