10 - Benefits of Co-education

(Syed Manazir-ul-Haq, Karachi)


A combined or both sexes education is known a Co-education System that is common in western countries, but not in eastern as its tradition, culture and ethics by way of the deep sense prohibit co-education so that males and females could not mix up. Islam specifically disallows co-education system in order to sustain and maintain moral standards. It deeply regards the protection of females by way of their segregation from non-confidants. Over time, due to so-called modernization the co-education is holding step in eastern countries as well, as a large number of schools and colleges have been established providing co-education. We discuss here only the benefits of co-education which are as follows:
1) Confidence: Trust and intimacy is the basic characteristic of the relationship. The co-education develops this relationship by way of enhancing confidence as the system removes shyness and weakness of students they can talk confidently and make presentations before an audience and public.

2) Competition: To be better and get optimum results is the trait of the co-education system. The Co-education System creates a competitive environment as each segment of the sex wants to be better against the other. For getting the goals, the pursuit is started that creates a healthy environment in education territory.

3) Brainstorming: Co-education creates the passion of brainstorming that is an integral part to settle an issue. When two opponent’s brains work together on an issue, the issue tends to be solved. Their quick and creative thinking by way of brainstorming is not only beneficial for their colleges and universities, but also for their countries.

4) Economy: The Co-education system is also important in the context of an economy as it saves million of rupees as no separate college or university is required to be established for women. It has also been observed that fee structure of the co-education system is competitive i.e. comparatively low.

5) Sympathy and Empathy: The Co-education system enhances the passion of sympathy and empathy of students. They are ready to help each other also it has been observed that as and when blood is required by someone they rush to donate blood to save lives. Understanding is the trait of the Co-education System.

6) Capacity Building: The Capacity Building is the built up trait of the Co-education System that helps students out in their practical lives also they feel better off in comparison to Sole-education system students.

7) Discipline: Generally the Co-education System spurs regulation, order and self-control causing of an enviable environment that keeps all the students towards their study and healthy spheres. The discipline is the prerequisite of the Co-education System.

8) Low-involvement in Politics: The Co-education System prevents students to some extent to be involved in politics as usually they are engaged in their study and other curriculum activities leaving no time to politics.

9) Far-from Boring: The Co-education System keeps students engaged in study related and other healthy as well as amazing activities also on account of the existence of opposing sex they do not bore even they involve in the study.

10) Optimistic Approach: The Co-education System creates an Optimistic Approach among students as generally they are accustomed, after passing co-education life, to see the right aspect of each activity. They are trusted as they trust others by removing doubts and mistrust that hurt human health especially their brains. Their Optimistic Approach puts positive and beneficial effects not only on their lives, but also on the lives of others.

Comments Print Article Print
About the Author: Syed Manazir-ul-Haq

Read More Articles by Syed Manazir-ul-Haq: 113 Articles with 66193 views »
I belong to syed family and fond of traveling from place to place. .. View More
05 Nov, 2017 Views: 1687


آپ کی رائے