Universities should accept equal numbers of male and female students to study in every subject.
Do you agree or disagree?
In the contemporary world, universities have no sex discrimination against women, but it does not mean to say, in my opinion, that they should enroll equal numbers of male and female students to study in every subject due to unique characteristics of subjects and personal choices.
Industrial arts and metalworking, for example, are areas of general education that deals with technology and industry. In the past, most schools required boys to take industrial arts. Today, though most courses in these fields are coeducational, yet only a small number of female students study these subjects because they require manual skills and mental abilities as most graduates in manufacturing fields work in factories where working conditions include high levels of dust, heat, or noise. Some factory jobs also require great strength or standing for long periods.
However, university home economics programs that aim to train people to work as professional home economists attract many people, especially women as many of these professionals work in the food, housing, and clothing industries. Some work in the fields of design, marketing, nutrition, or family services; others communicate information to consumers or teach skills used in the home.
More women serve in the field of nursing than in any other profession except teaching. Most nurses are women. The proportion of female enrollment in nursing programs, therefore, predominates in medical colleges.
To conclude, the proportion of gender in university’s enrollment, in general, is determined by distinct features of the subjects and personal choices, instead of strict regulations. (250 words)