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Child Labour Problem-An Obstacle in Human Resource Development


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Children are the future of a nation. While healthy, prosperous and grouping children ensure bright future working, exploited and physically week children not only suffer but also fail to contribute towards the growth of the country. The Government of India, state Governments, International Agencies like UNICEF, ILO, and World Bank and Non- Government agencies (NGOS) are engaged in the country by way of enforcements of children labour Act, minimum age Act, etc. Implementation of various poverty alleviation and employment generation programme for parents, setting up of specific school under National child labour programme (NCLP) etc. for identification, rehabilitation and upliftment of child labour. Most of the country has predicted India to become a superpower in 21sl century. But India having a member of WTO sees threats in the international markets in respect of products like textile, gems, beedi, carpets etc. useing child labour. Hence Protection of child labour is not only required for preserving country's future valuable human resource, but also to promote Indian dominance in word economy.
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Authors

Madhuri Baghel
Govt. JMP. College, Takhatpur (Bilaspur), India
R. P. Saharia
Govt. JMP. College, Takhatpur (Bilaspur), India

Abstract


Children are the future of a nation. While healthy, prosperous and grouping children ensure bright future working, exploited and physically week children not only suffer but also fail to contribute towards the growth of the country. The Government of India, state Governments, International Agencies like UNICEF, ILO, and World Bank and Non- Government agencies (NGOS) are engaged in the country by way of enforcements of children labour Act, minimum age Act, etc. Implementation of various poverty alleviation and employment generation programme for parents, setting up of specific school under National child labour programme (NCLP) etc. for identification, rehabilitation and upliftment of child labour. Most of the country has predicted India to become a superpower in 21sl century. But India having a member of WTO sees threats in the international markets in respect of products like textile, gems, beedi, carpets etc. useing child labour. Hence Protection of child labour is not only required for preserving country's future valuable human resource, but also to promote Indian dominance in word economy.

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