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-Rajmeet Ghai

Brain-Drain is loss of some talented resources (like technical and intellectual personnel). This loss is due to migration of such people due to lack of opportunities, conflicts etc.

  • Brain Drain can be stopped by recognizing “genuine” talent rather than donations etc. There should be more trade and exchange of goods. More job opportunities should be provided to people.
  • Employees in India leave the country and opt for studies aboard only because they can work and study. In India this is not possible.
  • People here are barely able save. Due to this, the professionals prefer to stay out of the country for better prospects and save money.
  • Universities need to offer opportunities not just for studies but also jobs on the campus. This way students can also work and study. If they can get such provisions in their own country, Brain-Drain can definitely be stopped.

The other side of the coin can be seen from a positive perspective.

  • If people go out for future studies, they do come back to their home country. This means more talent and experience is welcomed.
  • No matter what we do, brain-drain cannot be stopped because of the mindset of people. However, if measures are taken, it can be controlled.

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Group Discussion- Brain-Drain should be stopped

No, stopping brain- drain will mean measures discouraging globalisation or free trade. The hyperglobalisers school of thought believes that the state's role has become irrelevant and globalisation directs policy measures. Stopping brain drain might lead to an unstable state and may impinge upon personal freedom. Brain drain also contributes to our National Income through Net Factor Income from Abroad.

Hemant Sharma 01-6-2012 11:09 AM

 

 

 
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