At universities and colleges, sports and social activities are just as important as classes and libraries and should receive equal financial support.

In these days of automation, the importance of doing sports and socializing is not hidden to anyone. There has been no shortage of debates among the scholars whether the universities consider equal funds for sports and social activities compared to scientific activities. As for this writer's opinion, I subscribe to this idea. I feel this for two reasons, which I will explore in the following essay. To begin with, every person must physically and mentally be healthy to carry out their daily duties effectively. To be more vivid, if universities just focus on scientific courses and contemplate their financial support on them the students tend to devote their time for these lessons and the other social skills faded into obilvion. However, when the pupils graduted and entered the society they should interact with their coworkers, clients and other people but for lack of education in this fields, they confront with difficulties. Besides, these individuals, due to lack of physical activity and not doing any sports contract lots of diseases, which influence their daily tasks. Furthermore, as sports and social activities have direct interrelation with academic achievements the colleges should pay equalled monetary attention to them. According to a persian well-known proverb "a healthy mind is in a healthy body". Hence, The juveniles do not improve accademicly unless they participate in sports acitivity. In addition, significant amount of academic projects are performed teamly, and lack of education in this respect affects the whole progress of students. In sum, with all this taken into account, I strongly believe that academic institutions should considered same financial support for both classes and sports social skills. It is because the mentioned skills influence the prosperity of individuals in the future, and the students academic achievemnts depend on their mental and physical wellbeing as well.
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