Brain drain 1: Exodus of trained youth to developed societies; today’s NRIs.
Brain drain 2: Illiterate rural poor due to lack of schools or their accessibility.
Brain drain 3: Absconders from schools or drop outs for earning livelihoods.
Brain drain 4: Untaught, untrained, valueless and corruption savvy youth from colleges and universities.
“Only 30% of students are employable, none is worthy.”
Such comments are due to fraudulent educators of youth – the fourth brain drain, which is the subject of this book. Can the galloping placebo culture be expelled from universities? The youth is corrupted for life by academicians, who have no values. Bitter truths, stranger than fiction, are found in the forty-one articles of this book, which cover some aspects of education in our universities and it also suggests some reforms.
The author represents the fifth brain drain: Obstruction of useful talents by evil forces and their stolen futures.