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Child Labour Eradication: Problems, Awareness, Measures

Tapan Kumar Shandilya (Author) Nayan Kumar (Author) Navin Kumar (Author)
Synopsis Children are the future of the society. Every Child. Has a right to enjoy its childhood. It is the mandatory job of the government to take all possible steps to pot an end to the problem of child labour. It is the obligation of every generation to brig up children who will be citizens of tomorrow in a proper way. Today's children will be leaders of tomorrow who will hold the country’s banner high ad maintain the prestige of the nation. If the government of India commits itself towards combating the problem of child labour, then it is sure that the children of India who at present have engaged themselves in long hours of work would enable to breathe the joy of freedom. The prevalence of child labour is a bolt on the conscience of society. It harms not lonely the present generation but also the posterity. If one conceives the idea of a child labour it brings before the eyes the picture of exploitation of little, physically tender, illiterate and under-nourished children working in hazardous occupation and unhealthy conditions. The problems off child labour is such that it can hardly be legislated away as its roots lie in abject poverty and backwardness of the society. As the problem of child labour is a global phenomenon, legislation and acts of ratification are important. Yet the future of children would not be secured unless their rights are clearly identified, redefined and restored. All children must be given an opportunity for development. The idea that children have special needs has given way top the conviction that they have rights such as civil, political, social, cultural and economic like adults have. This book will be useful not only to those who are interested in the study and understanding of child labour but also the perspectives provided may be of considerable help to the students of social science, judges, academicians, politicians and others, interested in studying the growing problems of child labour.
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About the authors

Tapan Kumar Shandilya

Dr. T.K. Shandilya, M.A ( Gold Medalist), ph. D. is Lecturer in Post-Graduate Department of Economics, College of Commerce, (Magadh University, Both-Gaya), Patna. He was formerly Assistant Professor of Economics, Baraktullah University, Bhopal ( M.P). His published books include “Central Loans to State under Five Year Plans”, “Centre State Financial Relations in India”’ “Micro Economics”’ “Population Problems”, “Agricultural Credit and NABARD”, “Child Labour: A Global Challenge”, “Child Labour Eradication”, and “Foreign Direct Investment in India”. About two dozen students have been awarded Ph.D. degree under his able guidance. He has  attended national and international conferences and contributed a number of articles in leading national and international journals. Presently, he is principal investigator in a UGC research project. He is also editor of a national journals “The Hindustan Review” and Associate Editor of “Indian Economic Journal” of IEA His forthcoming books are “Micro-Finance and Rural Development” and “Fiscal Federalism in India”.

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Nayan Kumar

Dr. Nayan Kumar, M.A., Ph.D. Ph.D. is Manager Field Operations in Centre for Operations Research and Training (CORT), Varodara (Gujarat). He was formerly Research Executive in Org, Baroda, Mudra Communication Ltd., Delhi and Agra Khan Health Services India, Gujarat. He has field experience of more than 20 years. His field of specialization is Health, Child Labour, Population and Women’s Empowerment. He has credit for publishing many articles in different reputed Journals, Magazines and Newspapers and presented the research paper at Regional and National Seminars and Conferences. He is also associated with many social, political and educational institutions.

Navin Kumar

Dr. Navin Kumar is a geographer with brilliant academic record, born (1964) in Govindpur Diara village of Bhagalpur district, Bihar. He obtained his M.A. in Geography with first class first 1988, M.A. in English (1990), M.A. in Education (1991), Ph.D. (1992) from T.M. Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur, Bihar and D.Litt. (1999) from Veer Kunwar Singh University Ara, Bihar. Dr. Kumar contributed about two dozen of standard research papers in different geographical and other social science journals. Attended several Seminars, Congress, institutes etc. and Presented papers there. He has successfully guided two research scholars, Master Dissertation research project. One book entitled “Ecology and Geography of Crime” is already published from Radha Publications, New Delhi. Dr. Kumar is also life member of several professional bodies. In 2002 Dr. Kumar is appointed a member of Research Board of Advisors by American Biographical Institute. Dr. Kumar does not accept Geography to be a generalist, holistic subject for pedagogic treatment but tries to see a reinvention of it. He has developed interest in the field of cartography, Population geography, Social and Urban Geography. At Present Dr. Kumar is a lecturer, P.G. Deptt. of Geography, H.D. Jain Colelge, Ara, Bihar, India.

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Bibliographic information

Title Child Labour Eradication: Problems, Awareness, Measures
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176297577
length xiv+209p., Tables; Figures; Notes; References; Appendix; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.