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     Knowledge Management and Intellectual Emerging Capital Perspective, ISBN: 978-81-8424-420-5.Ed. 2009. * Child Labour: An Analysis of Law and policy an article published in Punjabi University Law Journal, Vol. II, 2008, Department of Law,Punjabi University, Patiala. * The New World of the...
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  • Solved Solution
    Application Conflict Resolution & Peace – Building Consumer Affairs Creative Writing (English) Creative Writing (Hindi) Creative Writing (Urdu) Disaster Management Entrepreneurship and small Business Family & Child Development Film Studies Globalization Indian Art Labour & Development in India Legal...
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  • Punjab Uni
    & Bhutan (1608) 7. M.P.Ed. Paper-IV: Science of Coaching & Sports Training (1616) 1. Punjabi (HONOURS) Paper-III: Parvasi Punjabi Sahit (1444) 2. Indian Theatre Paper-II: Acting (Theory) (1538) 3. Philosophy-205: Aesthetic: Indian and Western (1550) 4. Psychology Paper-XIV: Child Psychopathology (1565) 5...
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  • Roadside Dhaba Case Study
    . 5) Child Labour:- The dhaba owners keep children for doing the dhaba’s odd jobs and it is on an increasing direction. 6) Drinking:- Many drivers have a habit of drinking in dhaba and then driving. This is a threat not only to his life but others’ also. 7) Night stay:- As all the...
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  • DOWRY SYSTEM
    Nuclear family Polyandry Polygamy Sex-selective abortion Children Child labour Child marriage Child prostitution Child trafficking Street children Women Acid throwing Bride burning Devadasi Dowry death Eve teasing Women's health Feminism Menstrual taboo Prostitution Rape...
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  • Pakistan Information
    * Dispensaries * 4,600 * Basic Health Units (BHUs) * 5,301 * Maternity & Child Health Centres * 906 * Rural Health Centres (RHCs) * 552 * Tuberculosis (TB) Centres * 289 * Hospital Beds * 99,908 * Doctors (registered) * 113,206...
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  • Triggers of Rurbanization
    around the villages or the underdeveloped areas. • Large anchor industry being setup - providing the fillip to a number of anqillary industries resulting into in-situ employment (especially pert~inililigJo unskilled labour) giving economic spin-offs for the villages in the periphery of this...
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  • Curse of Cwg
    ” (insects). These leaders talk a lot about “Child labour “but I have myself seen children of the age from 5 to7 years of age laying tiles on the Connaught Place for Kalmadi-Gill-Reddy & Co. Reddy called the Foot Bridge incident (in which 27 workers were injured, five of them seriously) to be a ‘MINOR...
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  • importance of education in pakistan
    evils. Child labour is a big problem, which is due to a lack of education in Pakistan. It should be mandatory that all children receive education till secondary level. Education equips people with the tools that will help them survive in the society. They can find a job and stand on their feet...
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  • Problems Faced by Pakistan
    unemployment are more serious and dangerous. people tired of making both ends meet due to unemployment indulge in nefarious activities and ratio of crimes increases. Child labour is widespread in Pakistan. Whether in bigger cities or in small villages, we find innocent malnourished children...
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  • Polish People in Uk
    stones at those who seem to them non-native. Taking out the rage on sexual minorities as there is no luck to find any immigrants. Galloping hate speech on the Internet is already pathological standard. In May 2004 Poland joined the European Union. United Kingdom, Ireland and Sweden open labour market...
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  • Du Ba Prog 3rd Year Sylabus
    population , s e x r a t i o , M M R , IMR, School Enrolment Rate. Status of women - role, curre n t i s s ues, employed women in organized and unorganized sectors. Legislative provisions for women and children-Child Labour Prohibition A c t , P r e n a t a l D i a g nostic Techniques Act, Hindu Adoption...
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  • State of Slum Children
    the household. Child labour is common in slum area. Children in the slums start work at a very early age with no prospect of getting any education. They make money by rag picking (trawling through rubbish dumps to retrieve anything that can be sold), selling newspapers in traffic jams, peddling drugs...
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  • kolla
    , destitute, delinquent, abandoned, orphaned, sexually abused, child labour, child trafficking, natural calamity affected children, HIV-AIDS affected and infected children, tribal child, child beggar, child prostitute, children from poverty groups, special problems of girl child,child labour 3...
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  • Partition
    in the full-bodied Punjabi community from where I come, and then, to capture the Indiathat I know and love, an India which lives in several centuries at the same time. As Arundhati Roy put it, "as Indian citizens we subsist on a regular diet of caste massacresand nuclear tests, mosque breakings...
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  • Singh
    , Mainframe Technologies, Web Application with PHP / MYSQL LLM (Only after including papers on Labour and Labour Laws) (Subject to approval from Bar Council of India bodies and other apex bodies*. Till 2012-13 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3. Andhra Pradesh University of English & Foreign...
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  • Pak Study Notes
    them are Punjabi, Sindhi, Pushto and Balochi. But Urdu is spoken and understand in all parts of Pakistan. Being the official language, it is the media of communication between all regions of Pakistan. 3. Literature and Poetry Literature is an important aspect of our cultural life. Most of our poets...
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  • Mdu Syllabus
    Institutional safeguards to Human Rights, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) and associated Human Rights Commission. 2) Vital Domains of Human Rights  Right to Information, Poverty, Child Labour, and Environment  Human Rights in relation to Women, Terrorism, and Disabled  Human Rights in India...
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  • corporate social responsibility- case study of WIPRO
    (information, advisory services, counselling and training, funding, as for instance) within a particular issue (for example, human rights, child care, youth work, labour, environment, or customer protection). 6.8. Reforming regulatory frameworks to meet CSR-related standards: Government plays an...
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  • Science
    Political Science * Post Graduate Department of Punjabi * Post Graduate Department of Hindi * Department of Cosmetology * Department of Fine Arts * Department of History * Department of Journalism & Mass Media * Department of Music & Dance * Department of Philosophy * Department of Psychology...
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