India has many crimes affecting the society in the present time among which child labor is the most prevalent and the most distressing issue.
Child labor is a complex issue that includes premature adulthood of children below the age of 14. This implies that children are deprived of the joy and freedom of childhood by being forced to work like an adult for long hours. These children are involved in various kinds of low wage jobs like mining, embroidering, weaving, roadside selling, cleaning in offices and homes, and as helpers in a construction project. The meaningful education, training opportunities, and learning process that would otherwise help them be better citizens are all deprived of, leaving them with empty-hands. All this directly hampers their well-being in terms of their physical, emotional, and mental development.
As per the research and studies by the Indian Government it is revealed that the current figure related to the child labor issue is around 90 million but sadly the unofficial figure exceeds 100 million. With such a high figure of child labor in the country, isnt India highly corrupted? Dont these children have the right to education and a stress free childhood? If yes then why are they being deprived of the basic needs and joys of life?
Its high time that everyone should march ahead with the Indian Government to combat the issue. Till date there are various measures and acts taken against this serious problem in the country. In the year 2006 the government introduced a law that banned child labor for domestic purposes. Even before that various efforts were taken and many laws were established like the 1986 Child Labor Prohibition and Regulation Act that was further revised in 1989. Despite of all these attempts and efforts, the government is still not able to eradicate this problem from the roots. Infact the present day situation reveals that India remains the worlds worst offender in the arena as a number of children across the country are living a pathetic and distressing life. Even then the government statistics reveal that India is losing the battle against child labor. Is it so? Is India really losing this battle and snatching the right to a stress-free childhood from millions of children of the country?
The major determinants of child labor are poverty, illiteracy, unemployment, and slow enforcement of the law. These factors have actually given a back seat to all the efforts and measures government is taking to combat the issue. Keeping into consideration the determining factors, government has to take strict actions against child labor or else human life in the country will become worst with every passing year. Strong will and stern determination on the part of law enforcement should be compounded with strict measures and compulsory education for all to ensure a crime-free India.
Today’s technical innovations, found in your favorite wholesale electronics shop, is giving exposure to new possibilities in a surging and affordable way that we have never witnessed to this extent. Merely look at the newest gadgets advertised by your favorite wholesale electronics store and this will be obvious. Quick access to music, video, and travel information is laying the groundwork for what will be a technological revolution. Some think the renaissance has already subsided; however, the revolution is just getting started.
The devices that you see at your neighborhood electronic wholesaler(s) are more than mere toys; they are not just items of entertainment. Instead of being the end in themselves, the gadgets will be utilities with which giant advances in modern learning should be achieved. How can this be? In some ways, this is analogous to the creation and proliferation of the personal PC. At first, the home PC only supported light entertainment and rudimentary financial software. Very quickly though, the personal computer became the lifeblood of the home, with a plethora of educational and mail and messaging software available.
In the current electronics arena, one of the low hanging first steps to be taken is in music exposure. For the first time in the history of man has so much music been made available to so many people. Understandably, the initial inclination is to decide to listen to music that one has listened to all his life. Consider the possibilities though. This could be an opportunity to teach and expose people to all music styles – not just modern pop charts, but classical, jazz, ethnic, and other genres. Having a better grasp of the history of music will add more richness to the development of new music in the future. Kids now have an opportunity to become easily well versed in the music of Bach and Beethoven, for example; they have the tools available to learn and leverage the music from the masters in ways that earlier music buffs could never do.
Check out the latest offerings in wholesale electronics. At your favorite electronic wholesaler(s), the products that use mp3 and other music formats are cheaper than ever before. The gadget, naturally, does not have to be just for music enjoyment. Classroom presentations, discussions, dissertations – all that and more can be stored and played back on a portable, affordable gadget. Leverage the possibilities
Having a child with any type of congenital disfigurement can be heartbreaking for a parent. Thankfully, there are treatment options available for those children born with microtia. As a parent, you should be aware of not only these options, but the strategies and types of care you should provide for your child to help them deal with their differences. While no article can be a substitute for real world therapy and the assistance and advice of a trained doctor, here are some things that can help ease your mind about the decisions and challenges you are soon to face.
It is perhaps human nature to begin questioning your role in your child’s development of microtia. You may find yourself placing blame on yourself or on each other. Not only is this unproductive, there are very few known causes of the condition so placing blame is not really applicable to the situation. Before you begin questioning the things you may have done or not done during the pregnancy (did you eat enough or too much, did you drink too much alcohol, did you smoke, etc.), take a step back and realize the way forward is not by looking into the past. Relieve yourself of your blame and put your energies to the future.
Many parents are hurt and confused when their baby is born with microtia. This is due to the fact that it is seldom diagnosed through the ultrasound. Though this is changing somewhat as technology improves, it is still an often missed condition and therefore comes as a bit of a shock. However, once again, there’s no reason to start throwing blame. Your doctor and the technicians who performed the ultrasound were much more concerned with more serious, potentially life threatening conditions when they looked at the images and that is why the development of the outer ear went unnoticed.
Moving forward means taking stock of the microtia condition of your child, seeking the advice and counsel of a qualified specialist, and making decisions about what is best for your family and for your child. In many cases, there is no deafness or hearing loss to accompany the outer ear disfigurement. While this is certainly a good thing, it shouldn’t distract you from the very real issues that come along with disfigurement of this kind. Without correction, the condition could have serious self-esteem implications for the child and correction should probably be on your radar. Talk to your doctor and find the path that makes the most sense for you.
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Children are said to be the face of god. Their innocence reflected through their smiles surely wins our hearts. It is our duty to nurture this innocence and not let it get wasted in the harshness of life. But in reality, there are millions of children in India that are deprived of normal childhood and are often forced to set out on the footpaths begging for a rupee or two. When they approach us begging for money, we often tend to ignore them. Apart from this, there are a number of children who are thrown into early labour and the other bitter ways of earning money. Especially in factories, these children are made to work under hazardous conditions causing a high risk towards their life.
Looking at millions of children every year suffering from these issues, it is up to us to provide a helping hand to them. They do not require our sympathetic looks; all they require is a little bit of encouragement. We cannot imagine our son or daughter suffering like them. We consider us fortunate for being living in our luxurious and comfortable lifestyles. But what about the small little kids who aren’t blessed with any of it?
It is pretty sure to us that if these children are given the care and affection, they hold the potential of making India a leading developed nation. One of the ways we can take this forward is by donating. This donation can be in terms of money or also non-monetary. The victims of harsh reality can be helped by donating through a charity home or institutions spread across the country.
Over the years, the internet has grown tremendously and has also become the most powerful tool for carrying out donations to charity. Online donation is being carried out in every part of the world today. This can aid in providing the children proper education and general welfare. However, the donors should also be smart in choosing the best charity homes or NGO who is aiming at serving for the goodwill of children. Always make a choice for the one you are familiar with. A number of known and popular charities and NGOs are available online with all the information and guidelines you require. In case of the charities you aren’t so familiar with, check their details at your state or local government offices.
Internet is considered to be a medium which has its own share of frauds and hacking. It’s recommended to not give your information to anyone asking for donations. Remember to explore well before making any online donation. Checking the financial records of the charity will help you know its credibility.
Child welfare in India is greatly influenced by the amount help we are able to provide via donations. Therefore, research well and bless the impoverished children towards a bright future.
Most kids in the UK now have a mobile phone – even from the early ages of 7 or 8. The majority of British teenagers would see the removal of their mobile phone as the ultimate punishment a parent could bestow on them.
One of the major reasons why UK parents are prepared to provide their children with mobile phones is safety. We want our kids to be able to get in touch with us when they need help or have become involved in a real emergency situation.
As we all know – the major reasons kids want to have a mobile phone are to: look cool send endless texts
Even the most well behaved teenager is occasionally going to get into a scrape where they need mum and dad’s help.
As parents, we trust that our kids will have the common sense to use their mobile phones to contact us when they have found themselves in a jam. Unfortunately not all kids are blessed with the gift of common sense. As Oscar Wilde once famously said -Youth is wasted on the young.-
Even though your kids have their mobile phones in their possession there are some common reasons why they aren’t able to make that all important call to their parents:
1.Their mobile phone has run out of charge 2.They are in an area where they can’t get reception on their mobile 3.They have no change to use in a payphone
Many UK parents are making the decision to give their children an 0800 number to use when things go wrong as in the list above. The 0800 number is -pointed- to the parents’ home telephone. All your kids have to do is go to any landline including a payphone and they can make a call to their home by dialling the 0800 number given to them by mum and dad.
The cost of the call on the 0800 number is charged to the parents’ landline telephone bill but is a small price to pay for the peace of mind that no matter what happens their kids should still be able to get in touch with them easily.
This author of this article is Jemma Fox of The 0800 Number Company. Jemma is a leading authority on the subject of UK 0800 numbers. Jemma’s website can be found at where you can read up on other product lines including 0845 numbers