In recent times, migration from the Northeastern region of India has been increasing due to growing consciousness among the people regarding acquiring better education for better career prospects, especially in the present context of information and communication technology facilities, a large number of people have started moving out of the region to different states of India for capacity building. The underlying factors contributing to the migration basically due to lack of infrastructure facilities including educational institutions and other internal factors. Migration for educational purposes could help in improving the quality of family life through acquisition of better health, nutrition, family planning, and childcare by widening the scope of earning higher income. Analysing the connection between migration and education, one could find that the growth rate of migration growing faster than the rate of growth of population. Most of the migrants after completing their education outside the region one found to take up jobs in the destinations themselves due to scarcity of work/employment opportunities in their respective states or origin.