Nowadays, societies have been facing diversity problem in organizations, particularly universities, in a way that males are becoming a majority of students in technical faculties as well as females in humanity.
With no gender balance, as the first significant impact, social development does not enhance.
Interacting with people of opposite sex widens sociability by expanding the pool of people with whom one can associate and develop relationships. It would be really boring if a person had conversations only with friends of their own sex. Moreover, diversity in universities reduces opportunities of partnership which means for each girl there is not just one boy, and since people are likely to have partners with the same major as them, different numbers of male and female in a specific major, eventually results in an increase in the number of singles.
Students, on the other hand, are supposed to live and work in a global society which consists of both men and women, and successful performance in today’s diverse workforce requires sensitivity to human differences and the ability to relate to people of two sexes. Finally, diversity promotes creative thinking and expands the capacity for viewing problems from multiple perspectives, angles and vantages points. Rather than seeing the world through a single-focus lens, one considers many options when making decisions and weighing issues, for instance, morality and ethics.
To conclude, gender has to be considered during the admission process of every university student for the reason that it greatly affects men’s well-being and as an ultimate consequence, prosperity of the society.