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Children in Need of Care and Protection-Needs, Concerns and Binds in Indian Context

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.11, No. 1)

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Page : 1392-1397

Keywords : Child Protection; psycho-social impact; emotional needs; emotional hazards; positive childhood; Substance Abuse; Sexual exploitation;

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The purpose of this study is to provide an overview of the various factors that influence children's multidimensional development. Childhood is widely regarded as the most essential phase of a person's life since it shapes the child's response to life's challenges. There are both evident and hidden social risks to a child's healthy growth. Family and society, which are frequently seen as safe havens for children, wilfully overlook this component. It is necessary to be aware of the psychosocial state of children who require care and protection. In certain ways, a person's ability to contribute to society as an adult is influenced by his or her formative experiences. Though, in general, this component is not given much attention in Indian society. Children are not given their due share in the country's development process, and little effort is made to bring them into the mainstream. This has a long-term effect on a child's physical, social, psychological, mental, and moral development. The paper begins by discussing children's developmental needs as well as the hurdles they face as a result of being abused and neglected, such as orphans, abandoned children, child beggars, and trafficked children.

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