Law and child labour in India
The Child Is An Asset For Nation And Capital Building. Ironically, In Developing Countries Like India, Most Children Can Hardly Dream Of Childhood Let Alone Realize The Premises Of Adulthood. The Reasons Are Inbuilt And Multivariant.In Modern Times, With Advent Of Industrialization, Children Came To Be Employed In Factories And Workshops. Among Them We Find Especially, Those Who Were Forced To Migrate Along With Their Parents From Rural To Urban Areas On Account Of Poverty. This Fact Of Human Agony Was Exploited By The Employers And They Continue To Employ Children For Long Hours Of Work With The Feeling That They Were Benevolent In Giving Employment To Children Suffering From Acute Poverty.The Magnitude Of Child Labour Grew In Such High Proportion In Developing Countries That The International Bodies, Including The International Labour Organisation Intervened. Despite Several Punitive Measures Framed To Curb The Menace Of Child Labour, It Is Unabated. This Book Analyses Law And Child Labour In Pros And Cons In Special Reference To Child Labour In Hotel And Catering Industry.Undoubtedly, This Book Will Be Of Value And Interest To Members Of Judiciary, Academicians, Researchers, Students, Non-Governmental Organizations And Social Activists.
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Constitutional Rights of the Child in India
Protective Legislations for Child Labour in India
Status of Child Labour in Hotel Industry
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10onvention 180 Child Workers 45 hotels surveyed 7onvention 1No adopted age group allowed Not allowed Andhra Pradesh Beedi bonded labour caste groups category hotels Category of hotels category-B category-C hotels child labour cities of Hyderabad conditions of child Constitution of India Convention daily wage system Delhi economic employed employers employment of children Factories Act Government hazardous hotel industry hours working period Hyderabad and Secunderabad implementation informal sector International Labour Organisation Kerala Labour Act labour in India literacy Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra majority male medical assistance million Mines Act minimum age mode of payment monthly wage system Muslims number of child overtime exists parents poverty problem of child prohibits employment protection punishment ratified roadside dhabas rural areas School-going social stipulated hours Tamil Nadu Total turnover class twin cities Union of India urban areas Uttar Pradesh welfare West Bengal Workers in Hotels young persons