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brain gain

n
(Sociology) informal the immigration into a country of scientists, technologists, academics, etc, attracted by better pay, equipment, or conditions
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class="x_MsoNormalspan lang="EN-AU He further added that 'our diaspora representing all ethnic and religious communities of Sri Lanka will be our partners to ensure a brain gain for Sri Lanka.
The theme of the AGM is 'Skill Repatriation in the Health Sector; Turning Nigeria's Brain Drain to Brain Gain.'
Dual Citizenship will replace brain drain with brain gain. Dual Citizenship will help develop the middle class in Liberia.
The idea was based on brain gain and earlier, the previous regimes did not pay heed to use this resourceful segment of the country, which resulted into brain drain, he added.
The initiative was launched as part of 'brain gain' programme
'We are working on brain gain as we need their expertise to excel our every institution,' he said.
Second, with long-term visas being offered to scientists, specialists and outstanding students, a brain gain can
It feels as though the spirit of innovation is starting to return and perhaps with it the hope that the North East can finally look forward to turning the tide on the "drain" and can look forward to benefitting from a brain gain.
The order says the prime minister's vision-moving from brain drain to brain gain -harnessing the potential of the overseas Pakistanis for development of Naya Pakistan should be followed in letter and spirit.
The only Asean country that showed positive scores in PNMI, recorded a brain gain and an increase in its youth population was Singapore.
This migration, according to the Gallup poll, will result in the UAE's youth population jumping by 303 per cent with a brain gain of 22 per cent for the country.