Child Schooling and Child Work in India*

  title={Child Schooling and Child Work in India*},
  author={Malathy Duraisamy},
I am grateful to the Council for providing me the data set and clarifying my queries relating to the data set. Abstract In India, about 62 percent of the children in the age group of 5-14 are currently enrolled in schools, and 4 percent of children are reported to be working. The remaining 34 percent of children in this age group are neither enrolled in school nor reported as participating in work. The twin problems of child schooling and child work in India have not been adequately addressed… CONTINUE READING


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