Children are the important assets of the society. Every child has the right to enjoy his childhood. They have the right to education, play, recreation and development of their personality. But it is 'harsh reality' of the global society that out of 153 crore children, about 25 crore and 'Child Labour'. They are working in hazardous, most worst forms and other works. Virtually it is a matter of gross violation of 'Child Rights'. The concetration of child labourers in India is highest in the world. This harsh reality of the society is fostered by many socio-economic and cultural factors. In India, state intervention to eliminate child labour have been basically of two types-the 'legislative interventions' and the 'welfare interventions'. More than 4000 'Special Schools' are active in 100 child labour endemic districts spread over 13 states of India. Such schools are educating and rehabilitating more than 2 lakhs child labourers.