Brain Drain in India

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In no more than 300 words, respond to the following question: To what extent and in what ways do you believe India can alleviate 'Brain Drain'? Strong responses will have the following characteristics:

# Answer all parts of the question
# Demonstrate originality
# Present thought-provoking points of view
# English language proficiency to a level where undue strain is not placed on the reader

India is undoubtedly one of the fastest growing nations in the world, in terms of technology, education, and opportunities. Yet, we have various constrictions which pose a threat to its striking emergence. One of the major bottlenecks in the pathway of India’s development is Brain Drain. Brain Drain, a common phenomenon in the developing nations, refers to a condition where a large number of technically skilled individuals migrate to another country (a developed one) for various reasons, personal or professional. India has experienced a very high emigration rate in the past few decades. Brian Drain is equivalent to a major financial failure for the country, and adequate steps should be taken by the government in co-operation with the civilian populace to assuage it. Some of the ways by which our country can alleviate Brain Drain are: better infrastructure, better job opportunities, better educational institutions, and the most important of all “removal of reservations”. Better infrastructure implies to a high quality of lifestyle. Planned residential societies providing all sorts of amenities can surely attract our human resource and avoid their migration to the developed countries in search of a quality living. More industries and businesses should be set up so that ample job opportunities are available for the educated youth. Young India fancies the “Great American Dream”, and hence lucrative compensation and benefits should be offered to all sectors of employment. Greater opportunities for higher studies and research should be made available to India’s brilliant...
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