However, some say that this could have a destructive effect on student’s development. Due to free education they will be free from any financial pressures and thus, concentrate less on their studies. But that is one side of the picture. Most college students usually do a part time job to meet their educational finances. These jobs take time away from the students and they usually experience time constraints, which could be very harmful for their development. Due to heavy work load these students become the victim of depression and stress whose harmful effects emerge later in their lives in the form of fatal illnesses. If free college education is granted to these students then they would have more time to study. Moreover, they will have time to sleep and rest instead of being always tired from time consuming jobs. They would be free from any tension regarding time or money and would be always prepared for their classes and their homework.
The opposition would say that this program would require heavy funding from the government which could harm the public treasury of the country. But, when we ponder over it then many productive outcomes emerge, if we adopt this approach. Currently, many under developed countries consist of children who are uneducated and there is a high literacy rate prevailing in those countries. . If government is not spending at all on their education then according to the opposition’s logic these countries should be amongst the richest countries of the world. ...Show more