HESLB Application form Verification Status. The Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB) is a body corporate established under Act No.9 of 2004 (as amended in 2007, 2014 and 2016) with the objective of assisting needy and eligible Tanzania students to access loans and grants for higher education.
The main mandates of HESLB include:
To assist, on a loan basis, needy students who secure admission in accredited higher learning institutions, but who have no economic power to pay for the costs of their education
To collect due loans from loan beneficiaries and use it as revolving fund to sustain operations of the Board
To create synergies through establishing strategic partnerships in student financing ecosystem
How to check Majina Ya Waliokosea kujaza form za Mkopo 2021/22 Visit official HESLB OLASM Sytem ==>>https://olas.heslb.go.tz/index.php/olas/Olas
Then click Login for Registered Applicants. You will be required to enter the following details:- Username that is Form Four Index Number *: (e.g. S0143.0078.1990) Password Security Code (Retype text as it appears) After Successful login in the system you will see your dashboard that has different pages:-
HOW TO CHECK HESLB Application form Verification Status
Sasa unaweza kuona kama Form yako ya Kuomba mkopo umeijaza Vizuri na Imekubaliwa (Verification Status).
Ili kujua kama Form yako ya Mkopo imekubaliwa, Unachotakiwa kufanya ni Kulogin kwenye Account yako Kisha Bonyeza Application Verification....Ahsante……
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The Higher Education Student Loans Board (HESLB) has announced a list of 872 students who will receive 100 percent loans regardless of the subjects they have been selected to join.
That number is for applicants who are certified to be from poor households that are serviced by the Community Development Fund (Tasaf).
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The statement was issued on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 by the board’s executive director, Abdul-Razaq Badru during the signing of a loan agreement for applicants from poor households.
Badru said the students will receive loans before starting classes to reduce inconvenience. He said the program is sustainable and they have already put in place a system to monitor them from primary schools to form six.
“We have developed a joint system with our colleagues in the Ministry of Education and Tasaf, we will be identifying students early so their application will have its priority,” said Badru. You can read also below
Regarding other applicants he said the window is closed.