Impact of Brain Drain on India

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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE - PILANI
K.K. BIRLA GOA CAMPUS

A Report On

IMPACT OF BRAIN DRAIN ON INDIA

BY

2010A3PS120G
2010A4PS257G
2010A8PS326G
2010A8PS419G

Arihant Lunawat
Rohan Kulkarni
Nidhi Kothari
YVK Shanmukh Kumar

November 16, 2011

BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE – PILANI
K.K. BIRLA GOA CAMPUS

A Report On

IMPACT OF BRAIN DRAIN ON INDIA

PREPARED FOR

Dr. Basavadatta Mitra
PREPARED BY

2010A3PS120G
2010A4PS257G
2010A8PS326G
2010A8PS419G

Arihant Lunawat
Rohan Kulkarni
Nidhi Kothari
YVK Shanmukh Kumar

A Report Submitted In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements Of
TA C312 - TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING

NOVEMBER 16, 2011

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
First and foremost we would like to thank Dr. Basavadatta Mitra,
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Basavadatta Mitra from Humanities and Management Group, who is also our instructor for this course.
The Report was prepared after a comprehensive online survey. The survey was based on questionnaire consisted questions suitably covering all the aspects exploited in the report. The data was collected from the students present in the campus. While evaluating the data, the views of students of all batches were given equal importance and relevance. It was posted on DC1 and was also posted on the Google Groups of respective hostels, Clubs, Associations and Departments. The opinions of the members of BITS Alumni Affairs Division have also been included.
On basis of the data obtained from internet and responses of BITS-Goa campus students, major reasons of Brain Drain and the extent of their impact were analyzed. Also possible solutions were identified to narrow down the percentage of engineering graduates who fleet to foreign countries in search of job and research facilities.
This report has been classified broadly into three parts. It begins with the reasons why engineering graduates consider working in a foreign country a better option than working in India. Thereby, it considers the positive and negative impacts of this attitude on India. To conclude the report considers the measures to be taken by the government and institutions to minimize the negative
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