Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Migration : A reason for joy

Next month my cousin (Naveen) is going to migrate for Japan, he is planning to work there. I think youth don't want to reside in India, few patriot say that they will not leave India for work but rest are very eager to go abroad and earn in dollars.

This problem is not only in India but something is wrong with whole Indian sub Continent, I met on chat to many Pakistani who are also very desperate for abroad.Shall we go abroad for work and settle there?? Don't know but i will never apply for H1B visa in future.


avneesh vasistha said...

i think you are right.we dont have to migrate to other countries for money.we have some responsibility towards our country.if every body migrate from india then who wll india grow?
i think you are right

Mas Khan said...

Yes there are brain drain from indian sub-continent, all of our good brains from pakistan and India are migrating to westren world,our countries produce a very high quality graduates in every field, but after getting degrees, youth can't find the job in thier respective fields and in result they have to leave their homeland and start their carrers in other parts of the world.

Anonymous said...

You are so naive!

It is best to take any opportunity to work abroad.

Nothing makes your mind expand and improves your intelligence then having to face the challenge of living in an alien environment without your family to hold your hand!

I speak as a person from Africa currently living in the UK.

I have cousins who have lived/worked in Japan as teachers before returning. One is currently in China. My nephew is planning to study in Sweden (which he visited once for a holiday) for his master's degree.

After you have done your 2-5 years stint in a foreign country, return to your motherland and see it afresh for challenges which you can now face with your better undertanding of the world.

I have met a few Indians from India and usually they are so bloody ignorant - having read about India for the last ten years on the Internet, I realise that the blame lies with the marxists who infest the educational system in India.

Actually the Indian people who were brought up in Africa are usually quite intelligent.

Anonymous said...

Vineet - do you know that more than half the population of India is under 25 years old?

Most European countries have a shortage of young people and would welcome Hindus, rather than jihad-minded mohammadans, to live here and improve the culture!

Even China is facing a shortage of young people in the near future due to its one-child policy (which has also meant a shortage of women!)

Mark Twain said...

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.

Mark Twain