Actually I want to talk about diversity hiring or inclusive hiring that is happening in most of the engineering colleges. We literally receive tons of emails about only-women hiring, only for female candidates, girls who code and bla bla bla. So I read about it, and found that it was introduced to help so called "weaker-sections of society" so that they can get equal opportunities in STEM fields. In India, this "weaker-sections" mainly includes mostly women only (in USA also includes black people). See, i appreciate the thinking that there should be equal opportunities for men and women and other genders as well. But, what is disheartening is that, in order to achieve so called "equality" these companies and corporates have now become biased for female candidates. There are separate hiring drives only for women, separate training and internship programs especially focussed on women, there are these coding competitions all these are held by big companies like Twitter, Google, Uber etc where only women can participate and win. I mean this just defeats the whole point of equality. A girl studying in the same batch as mine, getting the same resources that I've got, same professor, same batchmates, so why am I and all the other boys in our batch are being discriminated and being provided lesser opportunities than the girls of our batch? Have we done anything wrong? Or our skills don't matter? Or are we less as humans, if we are born as a boy? There are many people whom i asked this and they gave bizarre logic that the society was patriarchal, women have it hard, they have less representation. Going by that logic, patriarchy has made men suffer too, men also have hardships in their life, representation (why is gender of a person more important than skills? so that you can just represent your company) . And I'm not saying that all women have lesser skills than men, i have seen a lot of talented female coders and i they are also my inspirations, in fact one of them is my cousin didi, but when the path for women is made that fking easy, while for men it still remains that rigid its obvious that the skillset of male coders will be always better than that of female coders, because they have faced much harder tests, interviews where harder technical questions are asked to men as compared to women (this I'm speaking after talking to many seniors and colleagues of not only my college buy other iits as well), men evidently get lesser opportunities, more competition (as they have to compete with both male and female candidates). There's one friend of mine in IIT palakkad, he is a superb coder, excellent skills, mind blowing problem solver. His gf is a mediocre level coder (judging them based on their experiences). When adobe came to their campus, guess what? My friend was rejected, while she was selected. And the reason was the company wanted 1:2 ratio. That is for every boy they wanted to select 2 girls. So they are publically accepting that they want a biased hiring procedure. Tell me if some particular women who clearly have lesser skills that some men, and they get preference over those men every time just because of their gender. How I'm gonna develop respect for this corporate culture in today's world? Because what they're doing, that's clearly sexist. I accept that women were suppressed a lot in the past, many of deserving women had to leave their job and career due to patriarchy, toxic father/husband/in-laws. But i was not one of those culprits. I was born just 22 years ago, and when that 45 year old lady was being scolded by her in-laws to leave her job i wasn't even born that time. So why are they taking that revenge from boys of this generation? At last, the main fact of writing this blog is that most of the girls engineering student are from rich or well to do families and these previlages are not justified. In fact the people who are in need are those who are not able to take admission in private colleges even i am a fee waiver student my parents are unable to pay huge fees so I have to compansate with a shit tier 3 college even though i have 94 percent in my 12th.