Universities should accept equal numbers of male and female students in every subject. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Nowadays, people dispute and demand gender equality in every area, including jobs, schools, and even the home. Since both men and women are capable of performing the same activities in today’s society, it is, in a certain sense, reasonable to demand such a thing. The claim that tertiary educational institutions should admit the same number of students from male and female backgrounds in every discipline raises questions about whether this is the best course of action for achieving gender equality.
To start, I concur that universities should have a diverse student population. Women were not encouraged to pursue education as much as men were back then since men were considered to be the superiors in a household. For instance, until Malala Yousafzai campaigned for the rights of female learners, it was illegal for women in Pakistan to attend school. In the contemporary world, it is clear that more women are pursuing higher education. Therefore, I consider that giving gender diversity a chance is a good thing.
Accepting an equal representation of men and women in every field is somewhat superfluous. This is due to the fact that not all males possess specific skills and vice versa. For example, certain guys would be more suited to enroll in an engineering course than a fashion course. This also holds true for women, some of them are more adept at handling legal matters than courses connected to machinery.
To sum up, including more female and male students in the university is a good step toward ensuring that both genders have equal access to education and career opportunities. Still, topic choices are up to the individual students. Everyone should be able to make any decision they wish.