ANOTHER MOCKERY COMES

ANOTHER MOCKERY COMES ANOTHER MOCKERY COMES

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Another mockery comes...Is an a simple artical focuses on the importance of removal of Pre-selection process, giving an equal chance to all candidates carrying bachelor's degree. Read and give your comments...

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Another mockery comes...Is an a simple artical focuses on the importance of removal of Pre-selection process, giving an equal chance to all candidates carrying bachelor's degree. Read and give your comments...

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Submitted: July 01, 2012

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Another mockery comes

A wind of hope comes again knocking at their doors notifying them of another mockery arriving very soon. It arrives within a couple of week. It actually appears and disappears on yearly basis. It appears as if providing a golden opportunity for them and disappears leaving them wondering, wondering of what they can do in the days to come, wondering of their future, wondering of themselves and of their families, wondering of another chance. This wind keeps replenishing itself by the end of each year. It actually makes all graduates, with no exception, start touching their hope; everyone with his specialty. Some have bachelors' degree in arts. Some have bachelors' degree of Science. Others have bachelor degree in technology. Others have bachelor degree in Economics. Their bachelors are of different types but their reason is one. They are looking forward to start their careers.

At the heart of the local loop I found a crowd of people wondering unconsciously knowing nothing, some of whom with their hands wrapped round their waist, few of whom with their palms on their cheek as if eagerly waiting for a visa's stamp, and others noisily shouting at the people to whom the task of legalization is given, sitting behind two huge windows whose frame full of dust. I am dazzled at first, and then don't realize if those people are bachelor carriers. All of a sudden, a voice reached me from behind as if ordering me in a benign way the following way "Iwa…Legalization for which you are here?" though I feel a kind of mockery in is voice I hold myself asking him " Is that….is that…is that queue come for legalization?". He is sure that I am trying to make him lose his patience but he overlooks as if hearing nothing from my side. He knows he hasn't used good approach, and for this he prefers to give up going towards his desk.

There, I mean at the local loop, people mind their business. They are all in hurry. None of these people has time for another. Everybody looks forward to get his business accomplished and go home. So it is safe to say that selfishness is the hero of this sense. Nothing is running properly. I crack my mind trying to forget all I have noticed since my arrival at the local loop. I line and wait my turn to come.

When my turn comes, I proceed to one of those huge dirty windows. I, with a smile on my face, hand my papers to the person sitting behind the window as though whispering " I am sorry for giving all these papers" So he, the person receiving my papers, stares at the papers for few seconds as if trying to show his anger, and before putting my papers in process he asks me for the originals to make a comparison between copies and originals. I hesitate not to provide the originals.

When I am done, I have a glance around and see a chaos is going on there. I also see that flocks of candidates, each with a portfolio either in his hand or under his armpit, trying their best to accomplish their candidature which they will surely send it by no means but, via Moroccan post, to the concerned regional office of formation and education as early as possible, wishing that their candidature will meet the criteria that have already been agreed upon by the ministry of education. I see a feeling of disappointment in their eyes; I see a feeling of illusion in their faces; I see a feeling of innocence in their behaviors. No matter if their candidatures are sent or not, they will crop nothing.

Later, I go to the nearest Moroccan Post and sent three candidatures, one of which is sent to Tangier, the next is sent to Safi and I myself dropped the third one at the concerned office of education and formation in Marrakech.

When I go to drop my candidature at the concerned office in Marrakech, I come across thousands of candidates dropping their files: inside a golden envelope each one puts six copies of legalized mark slips, a copy of legalized identity card, a handwritten motivation letter, two medium stamped envelopes carrying the address of candidate, and a legalized copy of bachelor's degree.

It useless to leave candidates drop or send their files if there is a selection process. What is normal is to give an equal opportunity to all Moroccan candidates carrying higher diploma. Accepting their candidature and ignoring them at the end is not a good process to do. It is the convenient time for an equal opportunity among all candidates having bachelor's degree preventing any debate with educated people.


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