Recently, abolishing science-humanities division has sparked a fierce debate again through media.Quite a few people go firmly for the proposed practice, which is in line with the international trend. It can broaden the students' horizons. As a result, the national comprehensive power can be enhanced.
However, there are also some people holding the opposite view. They think that the educational resources are insufficient, which makes it impossible to fulfil the aim of offering students liberal education in all aspects. So it may be sensible for students to concentrate on what they are interested in, gaining some preliminaries in some specific area. As for what they've missed in their knowledge accomplishment, they can make it up at college by their efforts pursuing further education.
From where I stand, I firmly argue for the abolition of such a backward and deficient educational system, for only those who develop well both emotionally and rationally can survive and thrive in the complex world .For example, for students majoring in science and engineeering, it's better to immerse themselves in fields concerning the humanities, thus identified profoundly in shaping their character, which helps them gain the attributes, such as self-control, trustworthiness,
conscientiousness, adaptability and innovation, etc. All the qualities above can make it secure that you can function more efficient in your career.