The answer is a categorical no. The exodus from Pakistan includes the highly skilled stratum of society. It is also important to provide them enough work opportunity and living facilities according to their skills, we can see such example as Youth Development Program and other program by the government. An outflow of such manpower creates many dislocations. Remittances can enable investment and financial deepening.
Role of political will in the prevention of brain drain The political instability let the people leave the motherland for a better future with some prediction. Surely its a sense of belonging and love with Pakistan who come back and serve Pakistan in their special fields. This is of growing concern worldwide because of its impact on the health systems in developing countries. This is a synopsis of what China offered the world and is a workable strategy for us as well. Atlanta A much needed article and it is a sad of fact for Pakistan.
If we want to reverse this process we have to drastically change local environment starting from industrialization. Proper infrastructure be provided for research and development. On the negative side, these skills and knowledge never migrate back to their own countries. The reasons Mr Malike mentioned remained the same but problem is that no one in the concerned is serious about this matter. Both the domestic and multinational organizations in Pakistan should launch skill relevant programmes, specifically designed to recruit and train foreign pakistani students. Since they are new in the system, the elder ones have to make an effort to get used to the system but we think it is worth it. These are the people who complain about the general attitude of society towards professionals, particularly scientists.
In fact, many countries, having lost their best brains to the industrial world, have had to import expensive consultants from abroad. But when they get no reward for their hard work and labour, they feel disappointed and frustrated. Altaf, 49, was once a lecturer at Balochistan University who, after feeling unsafe while working on campus, decided to move to Melbourne in Australia where he now teaches at Monbulk College. They are self serving and don't want to get into any mess like politics. The trend of moving abroad in search of a better life has increased rapidly among Pakistani professionals in the last few decades.
It is more important to focus on what restrain talent from returning back? I have spoke to many students, parents, and other elders. 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. Multinationals have been keen to invest in Eastern Europe to take advantage of lower labour costs and growing markets. Reasons 1 Lack of opportunities: One of the main reasons for brain drain in Pakistan is lack of opportunities. Unfortunately these elements r absent in pak as well in India. Umar, United Arab Emirates - 26 February, 2006 Brain Drain from Pakistan There is always a difference of opinion on any issue discussed but this very topic of brain drain got so many things attached to it. The health services in the developing world must be supported to maintain their skilled personnel.
The political turmoil in Pakistan is one of the reasons why there is a brain drain in Pakistan. However, the solution he has given for discounted air fares, would only facilitate Brain Drain at a cost effective rate. If you can prove you mean us no harm, you are welcome. In the age of terrorism, I have to amend that. Pakistan embassies and consulates should have full knowledge about these students and should update their records from time to time. These expatriate scientists and healthcare professionals can contribute their knowledge, clinical and research skills to their native countries by developing collaborative training programmes, research projects and teaching their own countrymen.
Trained and skilled people constitute a very scarce resource for poor countries. Incentives for migrants to return to developing countries have been insufficient to override the limitations at home—both real and perceived—and the attraction of opportunities found abroad. How many people want to go abroad? I am a child of an ex-pat. They send lots of money home, which keeps the economy going. Government should think about some diplomatic solutions with the help of which they can bring end to all the conflicts and brain drain problems.
The matter of fact is that there is no brain in our policy making, all are merely slogan we even do not have brain to think and take lesson from other countries, how they give values to the brained people, now it is the echo of time we must get rid of these brainless people so we could give the rein of government to brained one. For for them there was something which enabled them to make their brain a best one and acceptable to the countries of the developed nations despite living in a country where majority of the people are conservative and ignorant. It would be a collosal task for any one to lure back the best brains that have left the country in search of a best future but it is extremely necessary for all of us to have a hope by making the remaining best brains to believe that our country is need of them. Following are some of the solutions suggested by people in various surveys to stop Brain Drain. Another important implication of the brain drain is that investment in education in a developing countries may not lead to faster economic growth if a large number of its highly educated people leave the country. Victoria Ann Khan, Pakistan - 25 February, 2006 Discounted Brain Drain The article talks about one of the major issues the developing world is facing.
They are supposed to send newsletters to these students studying in various foreign countries. Because the business climate is good in China a great many prefer to return to China to start businesses. They are ambassadors of Pakistan living abroad no doubt there are problems they got to face as well but they are courageous enough to cope with them. The majority of doctors acquire specialized and postgraduate professional qualifications in the host country. The role of governments and recruitment agencies in systematically encouraging the migration of health professionals increases the pull. When you are young you should work as hard as you can to maximize your experience. I have done my masters in Computer Science and still searching for a job with all the skills I've but no response.