Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Management and new technologies of information … – Liberation

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The Mohammed VI Theatre in Casablanca hosted the first edition of the Day of the student Saharan Morocco (JESM). A recent event organized at the initiative of the Association of winners of Congo in Morocco (Alcom) and Entus Committee of the House of the Student Youth (JEM).
“The management and new information and communication technologies at the heart of African development”. Is the theme chosen for this first day of the Saharan student who was punctuated by lectures on management of both firms men, round tables and debates on issues of interest to the student Saharan Morocco in order to ” achieve the best possible performance studies “, organizers said.
Through this event, “we wanted to make students aware of the reality of their academic background but also present the different opportunities available to them, choosing Morocco as a destination for the rest of their training, “stressed the organizers of the JESM.
The event, which saw the participation of representatives of associations, students and professionals from academia, was also “an opportunity to network with future leaders in their ideals for the future of continent “, added a member of the organizing committee of the first appointment.
Invited to speak at the event, the president of the FASAM Abdoulaye Diop, wowed the audience by sharing his vision of the potential opportunities offered by Morocco. While the Red Devils group stressed the importance of societal management.
It should be noted that stakeholders in this day were all the personalities involved in the Student Course (school, association, company).
The main points have attracted the interest of participants in the discussions include entrepreneurship and networking for African executives. Two issues that will lead the audience to advocate for the establishment of a student guide to the Saharan Morocco which takes account of different sensitivities. The organizers are convinced that the results of this first edition was positive for several reasons.
Organizers of the 2015 JESM want proof that the participants, both students, schools and associations that actors of the professional world have clearly expressed the wish to participate in the next edition. Thanking all their partners and the various sub-Saharan communities that participated in this event and the Moroccan authorities, the organizers have promised the participants that they will work to renew this experience with bigger ambitions. An insurance doubled optimism that the assistant was welcomed.
Note that in addition to Morocco, a dozen countries was represented in this event including Congo, Burkina Faso, CAR, Côte d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Senegal and Guinea Conakry.


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