Innovation/R&D in India - Key Issues
With this post, we would like to seek your inputs on various issues related to innovation/R&D in India.
Once we understand the issues, we will go into root causes and solutions separately to come up with a comprehensive whitepaper for the Central Government to boost innovation/R&D in India.
We look forward to your inputs!
Rajendra Pratap Gupta more
I hope I am wrong.Â But I have had the sad experience that none of the worthies in BJP ever takes care even to acknowledge communications sent to them. In the case of President of BJP he sends the acknowledgement by m/c generated message. I think sending m/c generated acknowledgement in a view is an insult. It is something akin to being welcomed by a robot when you visit some one's place and then being completely ignored by the host.
In military if a senior official does not return the salute of a soldier, it is considered to be an offence.
I may be sounding acidic. The reality is that BJP seems to be very poor in public relation. Hope they change their attitude towards the general public who have elected them to serve the citizens.
While a diverse range of motivations lie behind skilled migrants' intentions to move, it is possible to draw out five common factors:
Socioeconomic and political conditions in countries of origin
Our analysis tells us, however, that these five factors are not of equal importance to all potential skilled migrants. The priority given to each issue typically depends firstly on the skill and profession of the migrant, and secondly on how far they have progressed in their career.
Wage differentials emerge as perhaps the most important cause of brain drain, as economic theories would expect. Groups that highlighted wages as a key motivating factor included students and those working in professions like health care, where the wage differential between countries is wide and where skills are easily transferable.
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