study a full range of subjects, instead of some specific subjects 95
It is argued that university students should study a full range of subjects, instead of some specific subjects. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
The idea of teaching university students only a few subjects rather than the full range of subjects is a topic of controversial debate worldwide. Many people perceive that students should be allowed to choose their subjects as per their convenience while others argue that pupils should read the subjects that will help students in their future as well. In my opinion, when we are in a particular course then there’s no use of reading books of that subject in which we don’t have any future. I will elaborate on my views in the forthcoming paragraphs and will lead to a plausible conclusion.
To begin with, many people think that education in colleges or universities should be based on the particular course that they have chosen instead of student’s interest. Because the course they have chosen that is also according to their interest only. This will help them to get better jobs in the future with fine salaries. Competition for jobs in increasing day by day and industries will hire only the talented students who have knowledge about their particular course. For instance, engineers will not be asked the questions of art and craft in an interview. Hence, it is clear why students should not study the full range of subjects.
On the contrary, there are some people who hold opposite notation believe that students should have the freedom to choose their subjects in their course. According to them, it will help to increase their interest in studies. It will help students to explore their talents in other fields as well. This suggested idea will allow the students to explore their talents and increase their knowledge in other fields also. But this will destroy the quality of education definitely.
To conclude, students should clear their all fundamentals of their course and step toward the better future in their own field.