About the Book:
The problem of Child Labour prevails not only in underdeveloped countries but in many of the developed countries as all. In general the practice of child labour is more prevalent in poor countries which lack resources and infrastructural facilities for children. However the problem has changed its venue and from public plateforms it has reached the inner circles of legislative executive and judicial chamber. The present book is relevant for social workers in identifying areas of reforms and in comprehending the magnitude of their target population. It also explores the problems as well as the social service needs of child labour in Chikan (embroidery) Industry and thus it is a descriptive cum diagnostic study. The book is largely based on primary data. Social Scientist in general and Social Worker in particular are lightly to find this volume useful both as source material for processed data and as a regional frame work for analytical work. Social workers engaged in child welfare and those involved in the 'Education and Health Sectors' will find this a handy reference volume.