In recent years, feminists and politicians have suggested that universities fill their courses with an equal number of males and females. However, in practice, it's inappropriate to establish such a rule for admission in tertiary institutions. All arguments would have to be weighed prior to reaching a reasoned conclusion.
In the first place, the new regulation would be an obstacle to capable persons who wish to enroll. Once such a coercive measure is undertaken, gender, more than ability, would be the main criteria for selecting undergraduate applicants in different majors. As a consequence, vacancies for intelligent persons are limited in each subject. Impeded by the new arrangement based on the principle of gender equality, a proportion of talented people would have fewer opportunities to be admitted to university.
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