Just think, nearly (more than) 25 Nepali Physics students come to USA (and other countries) to pursue PhD degree in Physics and nearly the same number in Chemistry.
Though the trend is new, started about five/six years back.
The database is overwhelming, though not well documented. Mishra sir (CDP) wanted me to collect the database. He hoped that such database will help the policy makers to think about possible platform if they want the intellect to come back.
I had raised this issue in the plenary session in the Fourth national Conference organized by then RONAST.
It is a serious question. Suppose 10 Nepali people will start getting PhD and one or two think of returning to Nepal.
What s/he is forced to think is about the career.
Mishra Sir used to describe the present situation of Nepal as the situation of India in late 70's. Everybody was going aboard and he mentioned that India had a brust in developmental works after the trend to return was established.
How did India managed such issue?