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    Co-Education System (2014)
    Co-education builds confidence in a person and makes him/her a more complete person to live in a real world. In other words, studying in the same-sex education system makes a person lack in self confidence. Coeducation means to educate both boys and girls together. Coeducation is the new order of the day. Most of the countries in the world have adopted this form of education. In Pakistan too, there are some schools where there is coeducation.
    People In Favour of Co-education:
    Co-education has remained controversial issue in our country. Some people are in favour of this system and want to introduce it in all schools and colleges. They say that this system is very useful. They give many arguments in its favour. Their main argument is that in a poor and backward country like Pakistan it is very difficult to maintain separate institutions for boys and girls.
    Some people say that coeducation is useful for our culture and traditions. They are of the view that the social contacts between both the sexes will develop in them a sort of mutual understanding. In this way, a sense of competition will develop among boys and girls. And the boys will become civilized and polite towards girls.
    Another argument given by the proponents of co-education is that a person’s moral and Islamic values are built at home, thus neither co-education nor same-sex education plays any part in damaging or improving these values.
    People against Co-Education:
    Some people speak against co-education and they say that in co-education environments, students have more opportunity and temptations to go astray. They cannot maintain the right etiquette of intermingling as prescribed by the Islamic Shari‘ah, at all times during school hours. Also, students in a co-education school might become more consumed by how they appear or present themselves to the opposite sex as compared to their studies.
    There is no harm in a group of people, to be present in a classroom, listening to a lecture, provided that everyone behaves properly, and abiding by Islamic teaching and code of conduct. But when we put together a group of young boys and girls, close to the period of adolescence, in the relaxed environment of a school where they meet and play, then it is asking too much of young people to observe Islamic standards of morality. The results may be very destructive. Therefore, we can say that coeducation is Islamically unacceptable, because of what it leads to, not because of the process of teaching or of the meeting of the two sexes in a classroom.
    A country can develop only by increasing the rate of literacy. Unfortunately, for developing countries, there is a dearth of well trained teachers. If both girls and boys are taught together in the same class, at the same time then this issue can also be resolved.

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    Co- education is when both male and female understudies are in similar classes, a similar school. That would mean the majority of the state-funded Australian Assignment Service schools in the USA are coeducational. There are private schools for " girls only” and some for “boys only".

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