Form Six Selection JKT 2022 | Form Six waliochaguliwa kujiunga na JKT 2022
Form Six Selection JKT 2022
Form Six JKT selections 2022 Every year the government through the National Service army JKT selects some Form Six graduates for the National Service training (in accordance with the law) for a period of three months i.e., from June to September of each year.
National Service was established on 10th July 1963 emanating from the ideas of the Father of the Nation, the late President Julius K Nyerere who once said” National Service is the demand made by the Nation on youth and youth response in fulfilling their duty in building the Nation”.
The National Service was established by the National Service Act to bring together the youths of Tanzania for the following purpose:
Work together in order to build a sense of nationalism.
Develop cultural and sociological awareness.
Provide skills, build economic independence, and reduce unemployment.
Train and develop the youth for national service and assist the government during natural disasters and calamities.
Build and develop the national economy.
Provide military training for national defense.
At this moment, every Form Six graduate 2022 will be curious to know if he or she has been selected for the National service training program (form six jkt selection 2022). Every student will be busy online trying to find new information related to: jkt post 2022, waliochaguliwa kujiunga na jkt 2022, post za jkt 2022, selection za jkt 2022,Majina ya waliochaguliwa jeshi 2022, majina ya wanafunzi waliochaguliwa jkt 2022 etc
The names of Form Six graduates selected to attend JKT 2022 are expected to be announced as soon as the Form Six 2022 examination ends. The guide below will be used to view the results of students selected to join jkt in accordance with the law ( selection za jkt 2022)
How To Check the Form Six JKT Selection 2022?
JKT National Service selection list is simply the names of Form six students selected for JKT training into various JKT camps. Form six JKT selection lists are usually released by the National Service after the conduct of a random selection exercise