Tuesday, June 23, 2009

What Are The Disadvantages Of Co-Education In Pakistan?

Are The Disadvantages Of Co-Education In Pakistan?

There are definite disadvantages of co-education. First, co-education is against the law of natural history. Girls and boys are temperamentally unusual from each other. They have different duties to perform. A girl is necessary to receive education which can make her a good wife and a good mother. While a boy is required to receive education which can make him a good husband and a good father. A homogeneous education can not help them be expert in their personal fields. Thus the very idea of co-education is wrong. Then co-education is against our society. It will develop distort relations between boys and girls.Young boys and girls may fall a victim to their emotions.
The story of the young age band in the advanced countries is pitiable. Moreover our religion Islam disallows free mixing of boys and girls. Also, some subjects can not be taught in the presence of both sexes. Again, in developing countries like Pakistan, it is not an economical measure. In our country, colleges are few. These are already over-crowded. Co-education can prove economical only in the countries where the numbers of students in colleges are very small. So we should adopt this system with great care

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  1. There are certain disadvantages of co-education. First, co-education is against the law of nature. Girls and boys are temperamentally different from each other. They have different duties to perform. A girl is required to receive education which can make her a good wife and a good mother. While a boy is required to receive education which can make him a good husband and a good father. A Uniform education can not help them be expert in their respective fields. Thus the very idea of co-education is wrong. Then co-education is against our traditions. It will develop immoral relations between boys and girls. Young boys and girls may fall a victim to their emotions. The story of the young generation in the advanced countries is pitiable. Moreover our religion Islam disallows free mixing of boys and girls. Also, some subjects can not be taught in the presence of both sexes. Again, in developing countries like Pakistan, it is not an economical measure. In our country, colleges are few. These are already over-crowded. Co-education can prove economical only in the countries where the numbers of students in colleges are very small. So we should adopt this system with great care.
    RAZA LILANI

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  2. good welldone but hum favour me the to us k liye acha point ek milgaya
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  3. Co-education is the best way to improve socio-economic conditions.It can bring competitiveness between the two genders.Moreover,It is also helpful in removing Shyness between both.

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  4. Maaz Mir from Gilgit Pakistan:
    The Co-education makes a person lack in self confidence. Girl's moral and islamic values can be built at home it is not necessary to get education with boys.

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  5. co education system in islamic country is a not good because according to Sunnah when a boy and girl meet each other then their will be a 3rd,and that is a devil ,and According to QURAN devil is a great enemy of human bieng

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  6. Every thing is not corrects and co education is not the principles of islam because girls have other values and boys have other values

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  7. co-education should nat be allowed in our pakistan shool and colleges BECAUSE some students in co-ed class do not focus on study ,they focus on girls and girls also on boys.so that place become lover point not a study point.

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  8. everything has its pros and cons....
    co-education is a way to improve ones confidence however some girls and boys donot focus on studies

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