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The lesson talks about the PENCIL Portal (No to Child Labour)

Smriti Sethi
|Commerce Graduate|Merit Holder in 12th| Diploma in Certificate of Accounting Technicians|G.K. Enthusiast|Love to Teach|

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mam how much education will be given by government to child labourers?
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nice explaination ????????
  1. PENCIL. Portal se By Smriti Sethi

  2. Introduction The Union Ministry of Labour and Employment launched Platform for Effective Enforcement for No Child Labour (PENCIL) Portal at National Conference on on Child Labour. . Aim involving Centre, State, District, Governments, civil society and general public in achieving the target of child labour free society. Monitoring and implementing mechanism for Policy.

  3. Components Child Tracking System Complaint Corner . State Government National Child Labour Project e Convergence.

  4. National Child Labour Project (NCLP) NCLP is central sector scheme launched in in 1988 for rehabilitation of child labour. Under it, special schools/rehabilitation centres for rehabilitation of child labourers are opened so that they can be mainstreamed into formal schooling systenm These centres also provide nonformal education, vocational training, supplementary nutrition and stipend to childrern withdrawn from employment.

  5. Resolving Complaint Each district will nominate District Nodal Officers (DNOs) who will receive the complaints. Within 48 hours of receiving complaints, DNOs will check genuineness of complaint and take rescue measures in coordination with police, if complaint is genuine. So far, 7 states have appointed DNOs. COMPLAINT

  6. Steps taken Child Labor (Prohibition and Regulation) Act 2016 enacted. Employment of children below age of 14 is prohibited. Adolescents in the age group of 14-18 have been prohibited to be employed in hazardous occupations. Government also launched Standing Operating Procedures (SOPs) for enforcement of legal framework against child labour. The SOPs aims at creating a ready reckoner for trainers, practitioners and monitoring agencies to ensure complete prohibition of child labour and protection of adolescents om hazardous labour ultimately leading to Child Labour Free India They will be useful to the enforcement agencies.