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Crazy To Study/Work Out Of India | Why?

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Now a days, I see too many people applying for a study/work visa for Overseas country

Do not understand the reason..

Our government is working hard to create one of the best country of the world; still…………………..

Within India, we do have much better places, still dnt understand why one fly overseas – leaving their family/friends/relatives here..

Just assuming situation of SnrCitizen parents, who can see their kids only on whatsapp till years… And playing with Grandson is just a dream…….

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Better air quality, better food quality, higher life expectancy (caused by many different factors)
I am not particularly crazy of moving outside India (or even out of my city) but I find that our country lacks in the above things from a general observation

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androgame wrote:

Better air quality, better food quality, higher life expectancy (caused by many different factors)
I am not particularly crazy of moving outside India (or even out of my city) but I find that our country lacks in the above things from a general observation

May be,
But at the same time, there might be something good here, which they cannot find there

So, overall when we have to review life after 5-10 yrs, I have always heard NRI’s saying that – ‘Kuch be bolo, India jaisa to nai hai yaha’ (in a sense that they always miss India)

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androgame wrote:

Better air quality, better food quality, higher life expectancy (caused by many different factors)
I am not particularly crazy of moving outside India (or even out of my city) but I find that our country lacks in the above things from a general observation

Totally agree with that.

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May be,
But at the same time, there might be something good here, which they cannot find there

So, overall when we have to review life after 5-10 yrs, I have always heard NRI’s saying that – ‘Kuch be bolo, India jaisa to nai hai yaha’ (in a sense that they always miss India)

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Wo to Kehne ki Baat Hai, a majority of them would never want to live in India.
Goign somewhere for a vacation is a different thing, you feel that the problems there are also experiences, but after you start living continously, the perspective changes.

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Btw, frankly I hate the urban life. If you ask me, indian urban life is comparatively the best.
I won’t like living in populated places like London, New York, etc.
My dream home would be some low populated country, e.g. Finland, Sweden, etc.
Human beings = Problems

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androgame wrote:

Btw, frankly I hate the urban life. If you ask me, indian urban life is comparatively the best.
I won’t like living in populated places like London, New York, etc.
My dream home would be some low populated country, e.g. Finland, Sweden, etc.
Human beings = Problems

Finland — merey ko be sahee lagtaa hai

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For study, if you want admission in some respectable institution competition is nuts in India. You have to work very hard to be able to take admission. Whereas in foreign many institutions would be good with good job placements later on.

For work, minimum wage in foreign is there and currency conversion plays the trick. Plus good Occupation Environment. So benifits both way.

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Tradeoff between family vs. better life most times.

The advantages I see is that better earnings, better quality of life, less population, better governance in some developed countries, better healthcare, free education etc.

In short, a better value for taxes paid.

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raghupro wrote:

Tradeoff between family vs. better life most times.

The advantages I see is that better earnings, better quality of life, less population, better governance in some developed countries, better healthcare, free education etc.

In short, a better value for taxes paid.

Better compared to India?

Want to understand, what are the major problems faced here in India.

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sunnie wrote:

Better compared to India?

Want to understand, what are the major problems faced here in India.

yes better when compared with India. His last line summarizes the whole point.

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sunnie wrote:

Better compared to India?

Want to understand, what are the major problems faced here in India.

What’s not good about India compared to more developed nations

Free good medical care – inexistent
Free good education – inexistent
Good roads – inexistent
Better industrial power supply – getting better but long way to go
Cleaner environment – kidding me?
Town planning – terrible!
Affordability index – slipping down day by day

A few points I could immediately recollect

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androgame wrote:

Better air quality, better food quality, higher life expectancy (caused by many different factors)
I am not particularly crazy of moving outside India (or even out of my city) but I find that our country lacks in the above things from a general observation

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మీ comment చదవగానే,ఎందుకో తేలీదు…. నాకు గుర్తొచ్చిన మొదటి మాట

చూడటానికి ఎలా ఉన్నా, బ్రతకడానికి బావుంటుంది….

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Translation pls?
This isn’t one of the languages that I understand

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Can show-off in Insta for a lifetime if you can land a gori.

Also, your progeny will never have to buy fairness cream again.

Politically incorrect but true.

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androgame wrote:

Translation pls?
This isn’t one of the languages that I understand

Translation: toungueout

As soon as I read your comment, don’t know why, this is what I could recollect first

“However it might look, it’s a good place to live in”

It’s from a telugu movie “Malli malli idi rani roju”

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bftb wrote:

Can show-off in Insta for a lifetime if you can land a gori.

Also, your progeny will never have to buy fairness cream ever again.

Politically incorrect but true.

Effectively, even Nepal is out of India. So OP might not only be talking of white countries wink

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raghupro wrote:

Translation: toungueout

As soon as I read your comment, don’t know why, this is what I could recollect first

“However it might look, it’s a good place to live in”

It’s from a telugu movie “Malli malli idi rani roju”

Thanks, i would need the translation of the movie name too, lol

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androgame wrote:

Btw, frankly I hate the urban life. If you ask me, indian urban life is comparatively the best.
I won’t like living in populated places like London, New York, etc.
My dream home would be some low populated country, e.g. Finland, Sweden, etc.
Human beings = Problems

Where all have you lived till now?

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androgame wrote:

Effectively, even Nepal is out of India. So OP might not only be talking of white countries wink

You may have a point.

Apart from ganja smuggling, sadly not many opportunities for an Indian to relocate to Nepal for work

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santosh_blr wrote:

Where all have you lived till now?

Have been in one city only – Chandigarh
And I am happy with it. One of the best cities of India to live in.

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potentially good partners, good air, responsible citizen etc etc. smile

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True.
I can live anywhere in this world (if its habitable of course) if someone gives me 1000 crores.
Its all about power and money (not the paper, but the value)

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True.
I can live anywhere in this world (if its habitable of course) if someone gives me 1000 crores.
Its all about power and money (not the paper, but the value)

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raghupro wrote:

Translation: toungueout

As soon as I read your comment, don’t know why, this is what I could recollect first

“However it might look, it’s a good place to live in”

It’s from a telugu movie “Malli malli idi rani roju”

thnq kg+

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Population.

1. Inaccessible to TOP colleges (lot of competition, and placements)
2. Unequal distribution of Educators (The laureates, professors are few and ratio compared to students are low)
3. Under developed country students goto developing, and Developing students goto developed.(not true in past few years)

I wouldn’t mind people going to different countries to get knowledge, getting to know the education, culture, etc are good.

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This might be because there’s no discrimination, but again have no idea if asians are treated equally.
I personally feel those who go abroad they may get paid well but only when their salary is converted to INR, if we see cost of living there, they live like a miser to save and cant afford most of the luxury that initially lured them into moving there. And most of them cant even move back to india as there’s no sufficient demand in india for their degrees acquired abroad, also it would make them look like a loser if they come back.
Most people go there for studies and end up working there to recover the college fees and they get stuck in this trap.
I am not sure about others but some of my relatives who went there are calling me also there by saying theres good prospect but i really doubt that they must be calling their relatives to get out of the loneliness. As dont think indians are treated well as foreigners.

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Grass is always green on the other side stuck_out_tongue

Having said,

Why our people (who are already abroad) don’t want live in Europe/Americas/Australia, according to me:
1. Racism – like it or not, local people hate you..
2. Family back home – elderly parents etc
3. Sudden awakening and belief in Indian ways / family bonding / sanskruti esp when kids are growing up. But they mostly won’t be coming back because their kids won’t agree to their thoughts/ideologies.
4. 90% crib about how India is best suited for them, higher taxes, everything is becoming expensive here, education/healthcare is soo expensive… blah blah… but will never come back (Or is it 99%?) unless there is some real compulsion from family, health etc. Even if they lose their job, they wd like to stay there and try for another, but will never come back to India, asmuch as possible.
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Now coming to why people want to go abroad/stay there:
1. Most of the reasons are already addressed – opportunities, money, life style, phoren craze, India -ves..

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