Child labour in india are employed with the majority 70 in agriculture some in low skilled labour intensive sectors such as sari weaving or as domestic helpers which require neither formal education nor training but some in heavy industry such as coal mining. According to data from census 2011 the number of child labourers in india is 101 million of which 56 million are boys and 45 million are girls a total of 152 million children 64 million girls and 88 million boys are estimated to be in child labour globally accounting for almost one in ten of all children worldwide. Child labour typically means the employment of children in any manual work with or without payment child labour is not only limited to india it happens to be a global phenomenon as far as india is concerned the issue is a vicious one as children in india have historically been helping parents at their farms and other primitive activities. Consequences of child labour in india the picture that emerges is dark children are working in hazardous export oriented industries like fireworks match works electroplating beedi rolling. But child labour in india can start even earlier with an estimated 101 million children between the ages of 5 and 14 years old engaged in work as children get older their involvement in employment also increases in india 20 percent of all children aged 15 to 17 years old are involved in hazardous industries and jobs
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