It is high time the government realises that all good researchers should be treated equal, that they don’t deserve to become embedded in a rather illogical hierarchical setup.
Why does the government not utilise the services of academics returning to India after studying or working abroad for designing and internationalising the courses?
Brain gain is certainly taking place in India’s knowledge/higher education sector; however, it is more pronounced at some institutions than in others and overall, it is at best moderate and not impressive.
Indian academia has for the past several decades suffered from brain drain and continues to lose smart and hard-working academics to universities and research centres in North America, Europe, rest of Asia and elsewhere. According to a recent report from the National Science Foundation’s National Centre for Science and Engineering […]
Modi’s one-hour long speech, which was peppered with jokes, rhetorical flourishes and history lessons, was a logical culmination of his Silicon Valley and US tour.