CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA

Authors

  • Prof. Prabir Kumar Pattnaik , Annapurna Pattnaik

Abstract

For very many developing nations, child labour is one of the biggest problems and
obstacles. In accordance with the ILO, child labour was no child labour across the centuries,
child labour continued to been the focus not simply in developing countries' poor places even in
industrialised countries until the beginning of the twentieth century. Multiple companies have
enacted drastic measures and passed many laws to stop the work of children, but the issue
remains widespread worldwide. The problem of child labor has multiple causes and
explanations. The causes of child labor accidents in India are rather complicated and deeply
entrenched in civilization and the source of this issue also is poverty. In both cities, child labor
may occur. But the vast number of young labor, since deprivation, exists in rural areas. Since
many poor rural societies are forcing their students to play in order to raise their family incomes
and to ensure stability and healthier living in urban areas. This article analyses the different
factors responsible for child labour and seeks to define places whereby injustice occurs in child
labor and also carries out yet another critical study of child labor in India

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Prof. Prabir Kumar Pattnaik , Annapurna Pattnaik. (2020). CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 5066 - 5071. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1758