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2021, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A

Problem of child labour in Haryana: A comparative study of Haryana and India


Author(s): Dr. Hema Singla

Abstract: The problem of child labor is a serious problem in the world, nation, region and society. The number of child laborers in India is increasing and the number of child laborers in India is higher than any other country in the world. This is a serious problem in the state of Haryana. Illiteracy, ignorance, traditional thinking, poverty and illiteracy are the main causes of child labor. Children from poor and illiterate families work for their livelihood. Poverty is a major cause of discrimination, affecting the provision of equal treatment for services such as health and education. Children under the age of 14 work in a variety of areas, including tea shops, laundry and terrace dishwashers. There are many provisions in our Constitution and law to regulate child labor, but the prevailing socio-economic conditions in India are not a matter of compulsory education of children and enjoyment of their right to education. This paper seeks to summarize the causes of child labor in Haryana and its recommendations for controlling child labor.

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Hema Singla. Problem of child labour in Haryana: A comparative study of Haryana and India. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2021;3(1):50-52.
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