Enrolling exactly the same number of male and female students in every subject in universities is under frequent discussion by educationalists, which is partially reasonable but hard to carry out in most cases.
Providing all the applicants of both genders with equal opportunities in every subject is usually regarded as justifiable as it can prevent those minor applicants from giving up trying when faced with few vacancies. Additionally, the same chances of being enrolled by some usually considered male-oriented subjectsmeans [b1]a great inducement for female students whose potential may be complementary to their male counterparts, while this effect is of littlesignificence [b2]compared with the large quantity of students applying for those majors that they are traditionally adept at.
Boys and girls tend to choose different disciplines due to theirseperate [z3]characteristics. To be specific, more boysthen [z4]girls would like to apply for science-related majors. Therefore, setting the same amounts of vacancies for them might easily turns out to be a waste as those of girls will probably be leftover and meanwhile, a number of boys will lose the chance of majoring in these subjects. As a result, universities may fail to cultivate enough scientists as it should have because only a minority of girls can be as successful as boy students majoring in science-related subjects after the same period of training in general. Besides, working as scientists can be more challenging for female graduates for the reason that it requires much physical and mental input, so,[b5] it is more suitable for males.
Offering different opportunities of different disciplines in universities is undoubtedly an effective measure aiming at fully taking advantage of the innate talents belonging to the two genders. They vary from each other in personality, thinking pattern and some other aspects. Thus, more vacancies, namely, the limited amount of educational resources should be entitled to the group who is inclined to make more achievements after graduation.
In conclusion, accepting equal numbers of males and females may be fair theoretically, whereas it is more scientific to reserve different vacancies for them in line with theirseperate [b6]choices made according to interests and specialities.
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