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Child Labour in India - A Very Serious Problem

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This article gives you information about Child Labour in India. It's very serious problems now a days in India. The current situation of Child Labour in our country is very worried and serious because 8 hours in a day with a short break the children of shortages are working in many polluted factories in India.

Yes, Child Labour is a global and worried problems in all over the world, if a Child is not educated due to some personal or economic reasons then Government is responsible for start job for these Child Labour but our Government is not doing such a good work in India. The problem of Child Labour in India is growing up day per day very fastly. Our Government has taking many steps to decrease or reduce child labour in different states of India but with the increasing of population, they are not able to stop in completely. Child Labour in India is a very serious issue for the whole Asia, as well as for the world also. Child Labour is a very serious problem in many states of India, and in India many childrens of the age of 13-14 years are working in plastic factories, in different types of more factories. The currenty situation of Child Labour in our country is very worried and serious because 8 hours in a day with a short break the children of short ages are working in many polluted factories in India. In India, Government say that according to recent estimate approximately 13-15 million Child are working in various factories below the age of Year 14.

You know - In Rajasthan State of India, the Child Labour are working as Stone Quarries, 8 Hours in a day daily. But Child Labour is banned on 14-15 Industry Sectors in Uttar Pradesh.

If you know that in India there is highest Child Labour in the world after South Africa, In South Africa there is highest Child Labour due to poor economy as well as also in India too.

1. Child Labour In Agricultue Field :- According to last counting in India there is approximately 81% Child Labour are working in Agriculture field in India, in different states of India, like in Rajasthan, in Bhiar, Uttar Pradesh etc.

2. Child Labour In Street :- Child Labour are also working in as streets workers, in day they are working complete 8 hours daily in polluted streets in villages, town etc as so on.

3. Child Labour In Glass Factory :- If you remember that in India, 60,000 Child Labour are working in Glass factory, 8 hours i a day daily with a too short break.

4. Child Labour In Match Box Factory :- Accordin to recent estimate, approximately 2,00000 Child Labour are working in Match Box factory, and most of them children are below the age of 14 Years.

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Responses to "Child Labour in India - A Very Serious Problem"
Author: Samsath banu  18 Aug 2010   Member Level: Silver   Points : 2
Child labour is also one of the major problem in india.As you said there are various reasons for this child labour's.It is in the hands of every adults to make india without child labour.
They shouldn't keep the children's for any work.They can also help them,by sponsering atleast one child for their education.Or atleast make them to join in some institution which offers free


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