Has Chandrayaan2 inspired any smart Indian engineers to join ISRO?
The Chandrayaan2 lunar rover launch by Indian space research organization failed at the last stage and lost communication. It carried dozens of high tech instrumentation to gather data. Hundreds of scientists and engineers had burned the midnight oil working on it. ISRO chief got very emotional about the failure and PM Modi consoled him, saying it will be successful next time.
Has all this inspired any smart Indian techies with advanced PhDs to go back to India and join ISRO? Or in general contribute to growing the Indian tech scene?
For comparison, a good number of Chinese PhDs seem to return to China and build Chinese tech and contribute to making China a tech giant. Why can't Indians do that? Why be visa slaves in another country? Is there a lack of belonging? Like, American scientists seem to be patriotic enough to stand for America and work for America.
What needs to happen to reverse the brain drain?
I'm not judging, it's a sincere question. So please no trolling.