Let’s ponder over the first of the factors, cited in the blog yesterday, which come in the way of our garnering the best engineering workforce – Migration of a good portion of the “creamy layer” among our engineering students abroad and to non-engineering career.
Wouldn’t it would be better if all and especially the best of the lot remain committed to engineering for the good of engineering in our country?
An engineering professional, like you, will definitely have a big “YES” for the above!
Let’s look at the possible reasons for a scenario different from what we wish to be in:
(i) Engineering in our country, in general, failing to provide a career not so satisfying as in abroad
(ii) Engineering in our country, in general, failing to provide a career not so satisfying as some of other career options in our country
There is, possibly, a third reason that engineering in our country failing to generate the level of “professional attachment” which could make a professional stick “in spite of”.
We need to analyze the above reasons.
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