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Can India Plug Its Brain Drain?

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A business incubator in India is working to check the brain drain of graduates from the India Institutes of Technology to technology manufacturers, integrators and consultancies in the US.

For years, the India Institutes of Technology (IIT) fed the executive ranks of US technology vendors, integrators, and consultancies with its graduates. However, the Institutes--modeled after the Massachusetts Institute of Technology--had been established to benefit India's future. Now, a business incubator established by IIT Bombay is working to check the brain drain by fostering a more entrepreneurial climate on the subcontinent.

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