Automotive engineering student in practical session
Automotive workshop I
Automotive workshop II
Automotive workshop

HOD

Dr.Peter .P. Mashingo

 

Deputy HOD

 W.P. Missana

Examination Officer

Julian K. Sowani

Introduction
Information and Communication technology is among the fastest improvements in Tanzania despite the challenges combating its move. Currently the government with its intention to bridge the ICT gap and the need to meet its development vision 2025 has managed to implement the national communication infrastructure backbone network in almost 19 regions and covered 59 districts.

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Abstract
Inventory is a great asset to any business as it is part of the capital invested. It requires proper management so as to make sure that it is available for sale when demanded by customers. Proper management of inventory enables businesses to have right quantity of goods according to the demand. If inventory is not well managed, businesses can be found having low level of inventory for sale which fails to satisfy customer demands or high level of products inventory which exceeds the demand which can lead into losses and increasing costs.

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ATC is complementing President Magufuli’s industrialisation policy in pioneering the first locally made helicopter that will be available to ordinary residents at affordable price.Air transport is still a challenge in most developing countries all over the world and not only Africa or Tanzania.

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The College under Automotive Engineering Department is accredited by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) to run and grant awards to successful candidates in technician programmes. Awards offered are Ordinary Diploma namely the National Technical Level (NTA) 4 – 6 in various disciplines. Apply Now!