Child labor, female child labor, india
Child labor in India is to be found in almost every sector of the informal economy. Despite India´s fast economic growth since the 1990s, many challenges remain for youth at risk, particularly the girl child. The Indian Girl Child who faces gender discrimination on various levels. Due to her lower status in the society, a girl child laborer is even more deprived. Child labor is still a prevalent issue in India. Gender is a crucial determinant of whether a child engages in labour. While child labour is an infringement of the rights of all children boys and girls alike girls often start working at an earlier age than boys, Girls also tend to do more work in the home than boys. Hence, this study focused on what are the problems faced by female child labor and their socio- economic conditions in Palldam taluk of Tirupur District of Tamilnadu.
Chellikumar, J.A. Arul and Paramasivam, P.
"A Study on Problems Faced by Female Child Labor in Unorganized Sector of Palladam Taluk in Tirupur District,"
International Review of Business and Economics: Vol. 1:
1, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.du.edu/irbe/vol1/iss1/1