CHILD LABOUR; THE EFFECT ON CHILD, CAUSES AND REMEDIES TO THE REVOLVING MENACE
One of the major issue and challenge for many developing countries is Child Labour. The problem of Child Labour has existed over the centuries not only in the impoverished areas of developing countries but also in developed countries until the beginning of the 20th century. Many countries have taken some serious initiatives and enacted various laws to eradicate child labour, yet still the problem is very widespread throughout the world. There are various factors and reasons involved in the problem of child labour. The causes of the incidents of child labour in India are very Complex and deeply rooted into the society and poverty seems to be the main cause of this problem. Child labour can be seem in both urban and rural areas. However the vast majority of child labour occurs in rural areas since poverty is more rampant. Although many poor rural families in order increase the family income and ensure survival and for better life in urban areas, force their children to work. This article analyses the various responsible factors for child labour and attempts to find out those areas where there is discrimination in child labour, in addition it also make a critical analysis of child labour in India.