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Child labour in india


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Child labour in india

  1. 1. • Child labour is employing children who are under aged, generally 5-14 years old, to work as determined laws of a state. This practice is considered to be :-• Labor work that harms children.• Keeps them out of school.• Allows no free time.
  2. 2. Types of Child Labor Manufacturing factories Agriculture Harvesting/farming Household cooking sewing cleaning
  3. 3.  One of the major reasons behind child labour is the poverty ( ) when children have no option left other than to work for their survivals when the only earning member of the family dies or suffering from serious illness Natural disasters like Tsunami, cyclone, flood etc. Also drag children towards child labour
  4. 4. Contnd…. .What causes child labourtoday ? poverty :-Poverty is widely considered the top reasonwhy children work at inappropriate jobs for
  5. 5. Various kind of industries that employchildren as -workers….. Young Ahwaan Foundation ,new delhi boy Work – ( ). stacking plates Aurnodhaya – Centre for Street needs . in Banga work - ( ). lore . Apporva Foundation, New Delhi work – ( ). Bharat Integrated Social Welfare Agency (BISWA),
  6. 6. Introduction to chimneysweepers ….. A chimney sweep is a worker who clears ash and soot from chimneys. Today, chimney sweeps are still operating, as venting systems for coal, heating oil, natural gas, wood and pellet burning appliances need to be maintained. There is a greater understanding of the dangers of flue deposits and carbon monoxide and gases fromcombustion.
  8. 8. The importance of sending “children” toschools….. The main reason of sending children to schools because they are the future of our india… To make them educate.
  9. 9. NGOs working on the issue ofChild Labour :1. M.Venkatarangaiya Foundation Address: q West Marredpally,2. Pratham:Universalisation of Primary Education Address:
  10. 10. continued ...3. Avani Address: Maharashtra State INDIA4. Prayas, NewDelhi, Prayas Institute of Juvenile Justice. Address: New Delhi
  11. 11. The schemes and policies that the govt.has adopted to help under privilegedchildren
  12. 12. So, From Now
  13. 13. Presented by :- ( Group :- Aharsh & group )k 1. Harsh Bansal 2. Vivek Agarwal 3. Himanshi Verma 4. Prabha Verma 5. Arpit Badlas 6. Vidhi Garg 7. NikhilAgarwal 8. Priyanshu