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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.7, No. 9)

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Page : 415-419

Keywords : Child child labour child rights;

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Children are the blooming flowers of the garden of the society. They are future of the world. But child labour is a bad practice which is still continuing in the modern society. Due to poverty, illiteracy, high cost of education, low aspiration, huge demand for unskilled labourers the practice of child labour can emerge and continuing from pre-independence era to till today. The major consequences of child labour are the loss of quality childhood, different kinds of health issues, mental trauma etc. The present study was conducted to study the socio-economic profile and work profile of the respondents in the study area, to find out the factors responsible and challenges faced by the respondents in Bhadrak district of Odisha. Total 100 Childs with the age of 5-14 years are taken to conduct the study. Data was collected through structured interview schedule and the technique of personal interview. The respondents were selected through snowball and stratified sampling. The major findings state that the child under the age of 12-14 years are more in the study area. They do the work on the basis of daily wages in 5-7 hours per day and earn minimum wages up to 500-1000. They do the work like repairing of cycle/car/bike etc and work on hotel/ bakery/ domestic work. Over all after having many laws and rights there is also prevailing the child labour. By this practice the number of child labour can be reduced to a great extent.

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