After completing the primary and secondary levels we have to face the two-year higher secondary course. Then we try to get ourselves admitted into any university. But the major conflict occurs here because all the students do not get chance, except the bright and lucky ones. The limited number of seats frustrate the dreams of many students. The weak students feel a self -humiliation and some of them take this as a reason to end their studentship.
Again, for those lucky enough to get admitted into universities, subject choice is a crucial thing for them. If you have the capacity to study English but you get Social Welfare, then your dreams are shattered. What can be bitter than this?
We have always learnt that a person without an aim is a ship without a radar. But our ship of education sinks when we start our journey of higher education aimlessly. Our future much depends on choosing the right subject.
Higher education should not be confined to certain meritorious students. The weak students also can shine if they get proper facilities of higher education. Again, the task of selecting a subject should be made comfortable for all. If more students get higher education, our country can build up a manpower base for its all-round betterment.