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Child Labour, Best Picture Composition. ICSE, CBSE Class 10 Exam

Child Labour, Best Picture Composition. ICSE, CBSE Class 10 Exam

 

FIRST EXAMPLE – CHILD LABOUR

CHILD LABOR

The given picture is depicting a poor boy of around eight and ten years of age who is making glass bottles to be exported to South Korea. It indicates one of the worst forms of child exploitation which is known child labour, a common practice of poor families hoping to pay off debts owed to landlords and local merchants or to earn their livelihood.

Children are considered useful as labours because they are easier to manage and control and perhaps most importantly, could be paid less than adults. Child labours often work for long hours in dangerous conditions for very little money to support their families but are forced to forget their education and going to school.

Many international organizations consider this practice as exploitative and are treated illegally in many countries. India, itself is home to a quarter of the world’s working children. An extensive and difficult problem, with many children under the age of twelve, keeps workings in carpet making factories, glass blowing units and making fireworks with bare little hands.

It is all due to public indifference, poverty and lack of political will. Indian law already prohibits the employment of children in “hazardous” industries and as maids in restaurants, tea shops, hotels, or roadside eateries. Yet child labour remains widespread in India.

They are paid very low wages and are made to work for long hours in unhygienic conditions. Millions of children are being robbed of their future. Factory owners usually find loopholes and violate the law.

The main reason for child labour in India is extreme poverty. Primary school education in India is free, yet only half of the students can read and write. The innocence of childhood is lost in the dingy furnaces.

Government is doing a lot to control this. The midday meal in School is one positive step by the Government in this direction.  Mother Teresa helped a lot but, this is a herculean task. The alarming situation of child labours in India is beyond control and desperate. State authorities & civil society organizations should come forward to free the children engaged in labour and working as domestic help.

All children have the right to lead a healthy, happy & fulfilling life.  we need to be a determined, courageous and imaginative and then change is possible.

Child Labour is a Curse on society

SECOND EXAMPLE – CHILD LABOUR

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picture composition for class 10

Child Labour

Picture Composition for Class 10 ICSE. Child Labour

Child Labour Picture Composition

PICTURE COMPOSITION

Rashmi was the daughter of a peasant and lived happily with her loving parents and younger brother on the banks of the Yamuna. They were poor but happy. However, tragedy struck one day. It was a heavy monsoon and the banks of the river kept rising. The villagers were alarmed but not unduly as it was then August.

The rains (Picture composition on a rainy day- First Shower) were sure to stop and the river would subside leaving behind good, alluvial soil for farming and the next set of crops would be a good one. However, this did not happen. The rains continued to pour down and their village was flooded. Boats and helicopters were sent to evacuate the villages.

Rashmi was on the higher grazing ground with her two bullocks. When the water started rising she climbed on the back of the bullock and was swept away by the floods. Several miles downstream she was rescued by a police boat but there was no trace of her parents. She was taken to the police station and the head inspector taking pity on her and took her home where his wife cared for her.

They waited for two months to get a response to their newspaper and television advertisement but there was no news of her parents. A poor widow, Nisha Devi, lived in the same area and had developed a liking for Rashmi. She had no one of her own and so it was decided that she would adopt Rashmi.

Nisha Devi aged 30 worked as a labourer with the municipal corporation and got Rashmi as well as soon as Rashmi was twelve years old, as they could not survive income especially, as Nisha Devi could not work for several days at a time she stops going to the local government school but she loved Nisha Devi and real adopted mother had no choice but to make her work,

However, Rashmi was determined to complete her education. Fortunately had set up a night school for the children of the labourers and Rashmi began to school. Rashmi was a bright and hard-working child and her determination to life continued despite her hardships.

She knew that the only way to make a better for Nisha Devi and herself was through education so she studied whenever she could hard work was rewarded when she secured first-class marks at the high school level.

That achievement earned her a scholarship and she could now give up labourer’s job and study full time. Rashmi took the science stream at the Intermediate level and passed with flying colours. She was now admitted to a good college in a nearby town.

Here also Rashmi worked very hard and secured the top position in her college. Nisha Devi’s health also cured and she no longer worked in the dust and dirt building sites. She could now avail better medical facilities and their unfortunate life bloomed.

THIRD EXAMPLE – CHILD LABOUR

Picture Composition for Class 10 ICSE Child Labour
Picture Composition for Class 10 ICSE. Child Labour

Child Labour

Picture Composition for Class 10 ICSE. Child Labour

Child Labour Picture Composition

Write a composition on a picture

PICTURE COMPOSITION

Imagine a child with a carefree innocent smile, free from tension, happiness drips from his face that comes from his heart. Children are the budding flowers of the garden, a playful seed and the creation of God. Loved by each and every one of us. All over the world. They are an honest reflection of truth and delicacy. A tender creation with a mild body and hyperactive and feeble by their mind. The innocence within children makes them pure and holy like a God.

But every picture has two sides of the story. One side is beautiful and the other side of this picture is quite else full of pity.

The intense picture in question describes a scene of footpath hawkers, a popcorn stall with a lot of packed popcorn, some popcorns are under the process of roasting and on a cooking frying pan with a young child ready to sell them and waiting for customers.

A heartfelt picture the most appealing and striking theme in the picture is that the stall is being managed by a young child. Both these girls belong to an unprivileged society with innocent look stricken with utter poverty. These children are in immense pressure to earn lively hood by selling the popcorn. Smile is the privilege to them. Many like them are working in various mills, factories, deprived of primary education and basic rights and necessities.

In the Nation of Gandhi and Nehru, here we celebrate children’s day on 14th November, on this day children welfare funds and various other programs are organised. The sin of Chil labour has plagued society, we are not able to do anything to abolish child labour and improve the condition of children. In spite of various Government and non-Govemment organizations NGO, the situation of girls has not improved.

Because of extreme poverty, many children can not go to school to school. Their parents are helpless and incapable to send them to school. The poor parents get coerced to send their child to earn their daily bread and butter; instead of sending to school. Government has inaugurated many Aaganwadi in primary school for the poor children; it helps as an incentive to the parents.

The food is also get supplied by the Government as an incentive to the school going poor children. This mid-day meal is claimed to be rich in nutrient. But how far this is true?
Many programs are dedicated to poor welfare that helps poor children, but all the programmes prove to be insufficient in front of a mass problem that is poor.

It just matters of days when we will grow up and help the nation in combating this problem. There will be no more poor and dejected children in this world, let’s pray. The child labour act seems to have got failed. As there are many children, employed nearby as child labour anywhere.

A mammoth task is still to be done, with the improvement in the economy, the status and economy of these children will also improve.

FOURTH EXAMPLE – CHILD LABOUR

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Child Labour

Picture Composition for Class 10 ICSE. Child Labour

Write a composition on a picture

Picture Composition on Child Labour in India

Child Labour Picture Composition

PICTURE COMPOSITION

 

Child Labour is the biggest problems in a developing country such as India. It hinders the growth of future generations. If a child with no scope of going to school, then the nation is heading towards narrowing the nation towards a chance to a few privileged citizens.

More protection is required to reduce the menace of Child labour in India and set up a sanctuary for working children. The Indian government has made several policies, committed to the issue of child rights.

Child Labour in India: India has a huge number of child Labour, employed in several sectors, industrial, domestic and commercial. According to a Labour survey. Children are more preferred because of their cheap availability.

Causes of Child Labour: there are numerous reasons of child Labour and they are more difficult to calculate and estimate. An important reason may be demarcated as under, generally, poverty and vulnerability sometimes necessitate children earring income, low-quality education, Social and cultural traditions, children’s own desire.

Steps to control child labour were taken: in India, different laws and regulations have been enacted with a view to protecting children form of work.

Steps to be taken: Although elimination of child Labour is much needed it is a difficult task in the near term. For complete elimination, rigorous and steady efforts can are required.

However, steps by the have the elimination of child Labour may be possible identifying child workers, enhancing educational program, strict actions, legal measures, assistance to families, motivational and publicity campaign, rehabilitating, collection and dissemination of information.

Conclusion: the stagnant, traditional and underdeveloped economy, the social organizations and the traditional attitude of the society combine to perpetuate existing problem lies in rapid Socio-economic development for removing poverty.

FIFTH EXAMPLE – CHILD LABOUR

 

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picture composition child labour

Child Labour

Picture Composition for Class 10 ICSE. Child Labour

Picture Composition on Child Labour in India

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Child Labour Picture Composition

PICTURE COMPOSITION

Essay on Child Labour in India

There are about 12 crores children in India with working ability, underages in 14. Around 2 crores are employed in various segment.
They are
1. Field labour,
2. In cottage industry
3. Mom Pop Shop of the family, and
4. In Hazardous industry.

Right to education is the birthright of every citizen in India. Before any child attain the age of fourteen.

Immense poverty forces the children to work to survive. A parent cannot feed and provide socials security to child and shelter is a luxury to these children.

The child working as labour helps as a supplemental income to their families overall income. Being a matter of disgrace, instead of going to schools, they are forced to drudge (undertake dull manual labour) at the tender age.

India is an emerging power, it is expected to help a child go around merrily, eating nutrias food and wearing neat clothes.

How different is the scene presented by India today! The future of the nation is carried by its children, they grow up as hopefuls.

Child labour is the curse of society. In the 19 century, Intelligent and think tanks in Europe raised their voice in protest against this child labour. Employers prefer to child worker, as they are easily available and are comparatively cheap. So children are recruited (taken in) as apprentices (learners) and helping hands and are always underpaid, in the absence of specific laws. Child labour and uncongenial (unfavourable) working conditions soon shatter their health and turn them, underlings, mentally and morally.

There is a lot of media house in India, seldom do they run any General Public Interest Advertisement. Awareness about child labour is poor in society. It is a composite responsibility to solve the problem.

The child labour fund is there to eliminate a problem by the turn of the century.

PICTURE COMPOSITION FOR CLASS 10 ICSE and CBSE EXAM

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