Consequences of International Migration: A Qualitative Study on Migrants and Migrant’s Parents in Chandragiri Municipality-13, Kathmandu

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  • Anil Rana Tribhuvan University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/mef.v9i0.33580

Keywords:

brain drain, migrant student, abroad study, sending society, educated youth

Abstract

Based on the primary information collected by using in-depth interviews among migrant students and their family members in Chandragiri Municipality-13 of Kathmandu, this paper explores some issues concerning the international migration of educated youths in sending society. In particular this paper explores the connection of those migrant students with their community of origin by means of remittance, investment and knowledge sharing and to examine consequences of such migrations in developing countries in general and in the community of origin in particular. Purposive sampling methods have been employed for selection of my participants for the study. Through the Saturation method fourteen respondents were selected for an interview. Among the respondents seven were migrants and seven were migrant's parents. This paper reaches two conclusions; first, Economic loss to sending society and second, they are unlikely to use knowledge and investment in sending society.

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Author Biography

Anil Rana, Tribhuvan University

M.Phil. in Sociology

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Published

2019-12-22

How to Cite

Rana, A. (2019). Consequences of International Migration: A Qualitative Study on Migrants and Migrant’s Parents in Chandragiri Municipality-13, Kathmandu. Molung Educational Frontier, 9, 1–13. https://doi.org/10.3126/mef.v9i0.33580

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