Nowadays, not enough students choose science subjects in university in many countries. What are the reasons for this problem? What are the effects on the society?

It is true that the majority of students are losing interest in science for
further
studies in most countries. If I say the sciences are beautiful to understand, I wouldn’t be wrong and it is
also
true that beauty always comes with dark thoughts. Science has many aspects to understand - complex theories, formulae, and difficult calculations -making it a bit more complicated than it sounds. It is likely that due to
this
complexity scholars are losing their interest in
this
domain. There might be some other reasons
also
,
for instance
pupils these days are not patient enough to observe or infer what is happening around them.
Instead
, if they find some magical natural phenomenon, they browse it on the internet and easily get an answer, which kills their curiosity to dig deeper. Most people do not want to dig deeper on the subject matter, thanks to digital platforms and the easy availability of relevant content. Indeed, it is a great loss for society. I am afraid, if things go on like
this
, we won’t be able to find questioning individuals who will bloom into brainy scientists or professors in the future. In some way or the other society has to understand that learners need a catalyst to find
this
area of study interesting and pursue studying it.
This
could only be achieved if certain steps are taken by the government and higher education institutions in regard to making
this
a valuable discipline to study. Society needs more intellectuals and supporters in the scientific domain to maintain harmony in the natural and civil arena.
Also
, the establishment needs to cut down college fees to encourage science lovers scientific knowledge and not restrict them in any way from becoming an enthusiast in
this
field.
Submitted by Leena Kapoor on

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