<p>Why do some countries develop faster and more successfully than others? How can the education system affect this growth? These questions have always been relevant, but they become even more important in the conditions of constant crises.</p>
1 . Human brain drain is basically understood as the country's loss of highly-skilled human capital together with a simultaneous lack of "brain circulation", that is, the flow of talent from a single country overseas. Pakistan can be facing a twofold challenge, on the other hand an worrying increase in the skill level of human capital exiting the country's economy, particularly the scientifically- and technologically-skilled personnel, causing the chafing of countrywide competitiveness. Alternatively, there is the system's poor ability to attract experienced human capital from the remaining portion of the world.A loss of our talent, coupled with an lack of ability to attract foreign "brains", seriously penalizes the region in the framework of a globalized world that increasingly competes on the basis of knowledge and innovation. The procedures instituted as of yet by the the govtt, as well as..