TLSB is a parastatal organization under the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology. It was formally established on 1st April 1964 following the enactment of the Tanganyika Library Services Board Act of 1963. This Act was later replaced by the Tanzania Library Services Board Act of 1975 which extended the Board’s functions and powers. Under the 1975 Library Act, the Board is not only responsible for the development of libraries but also documentation and information services, training of librarians, participation in promoting literacy campaigns, promotion and development of indigenous literature, control and supervision over public libraries and advising ministries and parastatal organizations on library and documentation services. Tengeru Institute of Community Development (TICD) is a result of upgrading the former Community Development Training Institute (CDTI – Tengeru) into a full-fledged autonomous Institute. Tengeru Institute of Community Development (TICD) is established by the Tengeru Institute of Community Development (Establishment) Order, 2013 as a body corporate. The Institute was established to serve as a practical- oriented professional Centre for demand-driven training, research, advisory and consultancy services in the fields of Community Development, Gender and Development and Participatory Project Planning.
NEW VACANCIES AT TSLB AND TICD, MARCH 2023
On behalf of the two organs, PSRS invites dynamic and suitable qualified Tanzanians to fill (two hundred and twelve) 24 vacant posts as mentioned below;