This trend is considered a problem, because the most highly skilled and competent individuals leave the country, and contribute their expertise to the economy of other countries. Relative poverty is defined by the general standards of living in different societies and what is culturally defined as being poor rather than some absolute level of deprivation. However, the government can stop brain-drain by creating ample of employment opportunities, by prioritising and standardising quality of education, ensuring political stability. The number of girls and women trafficked for prostitution is alarming. The provision of working years should be clearly stated. While providing jobs, candidates should be selected on the basis of fair competition.
Brain, Central nervous system, Cerebellum 884 Words 3 Pages The Brain has five major structures. We can attest that the quality of life, the level of impact one can make, and the opportunity to lead a meaningful life in Nepal is second to none. Migration of this type has been linked to several possible causes. A recent statistics of shows that 4. News organizations should shift their focus from mostly political news to highlighting innovative and growing industries in Nepal and occupations that cater to the educated Nepalese diaspora. Rapid progress of the East Asian countries is largely attributed to their excellent system of education.
More often than not, the movement occurs from developing countries to developed countries or areas. Poverty is a political issue and it can not be solved by technocrats and professional consultants. In many cases, the country is not only losing its investment in the education of health professionals, but also the contribution of these workers to health care. Returnees have started companies ranging from office space rentals, design firms, to market research firms, to name a few. She cannot do anything substantive unless the government provides health labs and medicines to the office. But when they get no reward for their hard work and labour, they feel disappointed and frustrated.
The majority of migration is from developing to developed countries. The value placed for a scientist with an advanced level degree in Pakistan is Grade 17, with a salary that is even insufficient to meet the basic requirements of a family. The government should encourage foreign and local investments as this has the capacity to generate job opportunities. To date, no serious efforts have been made to stop this disastrous brain drain. Apart from that, mutilation of merit is a routine feature.
This inequality in income distribution has severely perpetuated the gap between the haves and have-nots. The causes of brain drain include push factors, which are negative characteristics of the home country that forms the impetus for intelligent people migrating from Lesser Developed Countries, such as political instability, and pull factors, which are the positive characteristics of the developed country from which the migrant would like to benefit, such as higher paying jobs. We cannot continue to export our biggest asset: human capital and not provide incentives for them to return home. A brain drain is generally regarded as an economic cost, because emigrants usually take with them the fraction of value of their teaching sponsored by government. Often, it is loosely employed to describe all migration of educated and talented persons to countries abroad in search of better careers even though their services may be badly needed in their native land, and thus, this exodus of talent. I have known drivers earning as high as a doctor in Nepal, a doctor who has put in almost a decade of intense and laborious education, internships and not to mention so much money.
Because deserving manpower are not well paid here, they go abroad as they are well paid there. Many of these countries have made significant investments in infrastructure and education but have not achieved the scientific development, technological and innovative capability either to retain or to recover the human capital that they have generated. This is of growing concern worldwide because of its impact on the health systems in developing countries. According to recent parliamentary report, approximately 140,000 Malaysia left the country in 2007 while the figure was double up to 305,000 between March 2008 and August 2009 as talented Malaysia pulled up stakes, apparently disillusioned by rising crime, a tainted judiciary, human right abuses, and outmoded education system and some other concern Mariam, 2010. Brain drain, Country, Human capital 476 Words 2 Pages The brain drain is one of the most frequent and burning problems of the present days. But unless you are in politics or follow the corrupt system you are out on the road, but to exit the country on brain or brawn drain. These are the things that facilitate the experimentation and creative process.
This provision may also help in improving the education system of Nepal. In addition, I think we are getting benefit of high foreign currency through remittances…has not this been a lifeline for thousands of Nepalese? Brain drain A case study of Pakistan Background Brain drain which is also known as the human capital flight, which can simply be defined mass migration of technically skilled people from one country to another country. It means depletion of intellectual, professional and. So my point is simple: live in the moment. Poverty is, directly or indirectly, responsible for myriad of problems such as high population growth, poor health conditions, low development parameters, youth delinquencies, crime as well conflict. Researchers have found that integrating services among many health providers is a key component to better treat undeserved populations and communities with limited access to health care. Brain drain results in direct loss to the underdeveloped and poor countries who train these experts at a great cost.
Why do they not care about those countries? Brain- drain can have many reasons, for example-political instability of a nation, lack of opportunities, health risks, personal conflicts etc. India has spent a great amount of her income and wealth in creating scientific, technological and educational infrastructure. It creates both a positive effect and a negative effect directly or indirectly in the economic development of the country. On the other hand, transparent and accountable political leadership and a system that is based in the principle of the rule of law is also essential in the fight against poverty. A similar example can be replicated in other developing countries with the help of their foreign expatriate citizens who have developed skills in research that are needed in their native countries.
Government is not to blame for everything and not the answer for all the problems in Nepal. While the total land area is 147,181 sq. More priority nowadays is given to American or Australian dish washers as compared to entrepreneurs in Nepal - either it be recognition or relationship or whatsoever. Japan is a country which has almost no mineral or energy resources but has high economic productivity because of highly literate, trained and an efficient workforce. Nepal is a landlocked country with mountainous terrains and that has made development very challenging.