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Paper Title: CHILD LABOUR IN ODISHA : A CASE STUDY OF PURI DISTRICT
Authors Name: Ashok Kumar Panda
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Abstract: This paper focuses on various concepts and studies associated with child labour, their socio-economic issues, the OIDHSA and PURI DISTRICT scenario of child labour, It analyses the driving factors responsible for child labour in and . The various forms of child labour and health hazards they are faced. Various causes of child labour like the cure of poverty, lack of educational resources, Social and economic backwardness, Addiction, disease or disability. The lure of cheap labour, Family tradition Discrimination between boys and girls. Consequences of Child Labour such as General child injuries and abuses like cuts, burns, and lacerations, fractures, tiredness and dizziness, excessive fears and nightmares. Sexual abuse, particularly sexual exploitation of girls by adults, rape, prostitution, early and unwanted pregnancy abortion, sexually transmitted Disease (STDs) and HIV/AIDS, drugs and alcoholism. Physical abuse involves corporal punishment, emotional maltreatment such as bluming, belittling, verbal attacks, and bad remarks. Emotional neglect such as deprivation of family love and affection, resulting in loneliness, and hopelessness. Physical neglect like lack of adequate provision of food, clothing, shelter and medical treatment. Luck of Schooling results in missing educational qualifications and higher skills thus perpetuating their life in poverty. We suggest for a new approach that puts people and the work they do at the center of economic and social policy and business practice: a human-centered agenda for the future of work. Children are the future citizens of the nation and their adequate growth is the topmost priority of the nation, Children around the world are engaged in a large number of activities classified as work. These ranges from harmless even admirable, to activities like helping at home, physically dangerous and morally objectionable people. Child labour is a complex and contentious issue. Millions of children work in outrageous and exploitative conditions that are clearly dangerous to them. India is one of the top countries were the percentage of labour force constitutes ‘child labour’ is very high. In recent years, A lot of attention has been paid to child labour from the Government, social scientists, voluntary organizations, etc. The Constitution of India also guarantees protection of the rights of children. Despite social consciousness and many prohibitions, the number of child labour is increasing. There are also many social factors of child labour such as inadequate family income, large families, poverty, illiteracy etc Therefore, the issue of child labour needs to be looked into not only by the Legislature, the Executive and the courts, but also to the social reformers, research and educational institutions of the NGO who look after the development and development of nation. Child labour cannot end overnight because its roots are very deep. Laws should be strictly implemented to prevent child labour. The Objective of the present study was to study the socio-economic condition of families whose children are engage in child labour in Puri. The child labourers were interviewed in their work places using a predesigned and pre-tested questionnaire. Data were collected and analyzed a total of 60 child labourers participated in the study. This research study finds that person who was not child worker in early stage of his/her life have higher probability to enjoy better socio-economic condition than that of person who worked as child worker in past, In fact, it identifies that a children who is working as a child worker has 61% probability to have low standard of living in his/her future life.
Keywords: Child Labour, Constitution, Dangerous, Laws, Social factors, Government, poverty, illiteracy, health hazardous, sexual abuses.
Cite Article: "CHILD LABOUR IN ODISHA : A CASE STUDY OF PURI DISTRICT", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 8, page no.710 - 715, August-2022, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI2208124.pdf
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