In recent years, universities have started giving more choices in
courses. Some people believe that college-goers should be allowed to choose subjects, while others say that futuristic topics of the scientific nature should be promoted. My opinion is that
areas of interest of an individual should be considered while crafting an educational course for him.
On one hand, the emphasis is on keeping young generation employable and relevant. Proponents of
line of thought argue that learning technology is inevitable for the youth, and
it should be made a part of college
practices can lead to starvation of talent in
and other social
streams. These tendencies can result in
of students, with artistic acumen, into technical streams.
can be illustrated by many workplace surveys, in which engineers working in
organizations have confessed to be in
outcomes can be attributed to going with an educational paradigm, during college days, which was not suited to one's abilities.
On the other hand
, a section of society believes that universities should enable
a person who is present and participates in a meeting
to choose subjects on
of their own liking. In my opinion,
is a welcome change as it can bring diversity in one's
, an engineer who chose to study music in his college days can end up designing
of musical gadgets.
, people studying focused streams
as medicines will be able to choose completely different subjects, which can admittedly lead to more innovations in their respective fields.
To conclude, keeping
relevant is an important aspect of
, it should
be considered that
relevance must not come at the cost of banality and mediocrity.
, students should be allowed to choose subjects they wanted to study, so as to create a happy, exciting and innovative future.