Первый слайд презентации: Child labour prohibition and regulaton
PATEL J A Y KISHAN 17LL 5 (A ) Medical law
Слайд 2: Child labour (Prohibition and regulation)Act 1986
Prohibition of child labour in occupations set forth in schedule A. Age of child is 14 Penalty-first time offender will face minimum 3 months imprisonment to 1 year fine from 10,000/- to 20,000/- Second time offender will face minimum 6 monthes to 2 years.
Слайд 3: The child labour prohibition and regulation act 1986
The act came in force from 23rd december,1986 An act to prohibit the engagement of children in certain employment and to regulate the condition of work of children in certain other employment
Слайд 4: objective
To prohibit the engagement of children in certain employments To regulate the condition of work of children in certain other emplyments
Слайд 5: Hours and periods of work
No child shall be required or permitted to working any establishment in excess of such number of hours as may be prescribe for such establishment or class of it. The period of work on each day shall be so fixed that no period shall exceed 3 hour and that no child shall work more than fixed time
Слайд 6: Continue…
The period of work shall not be spread over more than 6 hours No child shall be permitted or required to work between 7 p.m. and 8 a.m. No child shall be required or permitted work overtime.
Слайд 7: Some important definition
Child – means a person who has not completed his 14 th year of age Establishment – includes a shop a commercial establishment, workshop, farm, residental, hotel, restaurant, eating
Слайд 8: The child labour prohibition and regulation rules
The term of child labour technical advisory committee shall be one year which may extended for 2 years The officer not below the rank and under secretary to the government of India may be appointed as secretary of the committee
Последний слайд презентации: Child labour prohibition and regulaton: Conclusion
By providing all necessary things we can stop child labour. By the awareness about the education. By applying law strictly, we can stop child labour. Compulsory education may break the attitude of the people who force the child to work.