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  • 1. Child Rights
  • 2. Child is a person who is below the age of 18 years. Child Rights
  • 3. Child Rights
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  • 8. The CRC is ( Committee on the Rights of the Child)” the most complete statement of child rights ever made”. It takes the ten principles of the 1959 Declaration of the Rights of the Child, and expands them to 54 articles , of which 41 relate specifically to the rights of children, covering almost every aspect of a child’s life Child Rights
  • 9. Case Study on Child Rights
  • 10. Child labour is a burning issue of global concern. Child labour is a universal phenomenon and it is a by-product of socio-economic structure of the society , children are an asset for any society as well as to nation. Child Rights
  • 11. OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY Child Rights
  • 12. (a) To study the causes of child labour in hotel establishments (b) To study the demographic characteristics of the sample population. (c) To study the working conditions and wage structure. (d) To study the consequences of child labour on the socio-economic condition of the sample population in Patna. Child Rights
  • 13. (e) To assess the workload on the children and facilities provided to them and their employees. (f) To evaluate effectiveness of the operation of child labour welfare legislations at the hands of government agencies. (g) To suggest possible remedies for this social evil. Child Rights
  • 14. Background Characteristics of Children Child Rights
  • 15. Characteristics of Parents Child Rights
  • 16. Shift in the pattern of Work Child Rights
  • 17. Working status of children Child Rights
  • 18. Distribution of children’s work by their age (Percentage) Child Rights
  • 19. Reasons for Liking the Current Job Child Rights
  • 20. Problems in Work Place Child Rights
  • 21. Motive toward other Job Shifting Child Rights
  • 22. Pattern of Illness in Past 6 Months Child Rights
  • 23. Number of Days/Hours Children Worked Child Rights
  • 24. Monthly Income of Children Child Rights
  • 25. Frequency of Food Consumption and its Status Child Rights
  • 26. Place of Sleeping at Night and the Number of Persons Who Share the Room Child Rights
  • 27. Activities of Children Child Rights
  • 28. Age of the Children and Family Size Child Rights
  • 29. Income of parents and Age at Employment Child Rights
  • 30. Education of Parents and Age of Children Employment Child Rights
  • 32.
    • Primary education, which is provided for in the constitution and State legislations should be enforced for all children below the age of 14 years.
    • It is suggested that poverty alleviation programmes like IRDP, JGSY, PEEY, CMEY, etc. be strictly implemented to reach the poorest of the poor.
    • It is suggested that the government should implement suitable family welfare schemes
    • and, if possible, adopt suitable
    • population policy to restrict the
    • family to one child
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    • It is suggested that the government should strictly implement the laws enacted against child labour of Hotel & other establishments, which will reduce the extent of child labour.
    • It is suggested that the government initiate some programmes like job guarantee scheme, etc. which give relief to parents.
    • It is suggested that the government should
    • take steps to reduce inequality
    • of income and wealth.
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  • 34. Child Rights