Because India dreams to develop into a superpower but a third of the world’s poor still lives here. India is one of the fastest developing economies in the world but also a home to the largest number of malnourished children. Majority of India lives in villages and at the same time rural India is facing the hardship of poverty much harder than urban India. Though India is growing economically but the growth of this kind is creating two much demarcated societies – one poor and another rich. Prevailing poverty and hunger continue to haunt the economic growth and making it further slow.
India is one of the leading developing country. This can be verified by various aspects like education, infrastructure, economy, social status under the guidelines of U.N
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Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.
These are the words inscribed on the Statue of Liberty in New York. But ironically, those who go there are not the poor and the wretched but the skilled and the highly qualified doctors, engineers, scientists, nurses and technicians, from other countries including India.
The urge to go to the West has become compelling in India in post-independence years. Both the world wars and political upheavals like civil wars and revolutions, spawned large migrations during the first half of this century. The migrations in the latter half stemmed from economic motivation. People in power like scientists and skilled persons have, from the very beginning, played a key role in international migration. The conscious policy to encourage migration of high quality manpower from other regions and countries is related to the positive contribution made by the immigrants to their country of adoption, resulting in a net advantage to it.
The earnings and remittances from the Indians settled abroad or their eventual return, are poor compensation for the lasting and serious loss inflicted by their outflow. The specific objectives of the anti-brain drain policies, within the framework of independent development, are to bring back to a limited extent, the lost talents and skills from abroad and reduce the outflow in the short run and finally end it, except that necessitated by genuine, multi-lateral international dependence.
Brain Drain means professionals going abroad to work. This is not good because nowadays all the good brains are going out to work for other countries. If they had efficiently utilised their brains in this country, India could have been a better country. America has become a developed country, because there maximum number of employees consists of Indians only. So if those employees had worked for India, India would surely have become America. So Brain Drain is not good from economic point of view.
1. What kind of people do not go to America? *
2, Who have played a key role in international migration? *
all of the these
3. Which one of the following is NOT an objective of anti-brain drain policies? *
to bring back lost talent
to help the poor
to reduce the outflow in the short run
both (a) and (c)
4. America has a developed country because *
many Indians are migrating to America
anti-drain policies are not working properly
maximum number of employees in America consists of Indians
none of these
5. People started going to the west in *
Post - independence years
pre independence years
6. Choose the option that correctly state the terminology used for the 'professional going abroad to work' *
anti- brain drain
7. What is meant by the word 'inscribed'? *
8. Find a word from the passage which means 'great changes or disturbance'. *
9. Find the word opposite in meaning to 'earnings'. *
10. What is meant by 'urge' in para 1? *
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