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The child labour’s contribution is significant in rural India. In rural areas we find paid child labour and unpaid child labour. Paid child labour who works outside family gets payment for their work. Unpaid child labour who works in agriculture, do household chore and takes care livestock do not get payment as they work in their own household. So the rural child labour are contributing either in terms of cash or agriculture work or domestic work or Livestock management work to their family. After studying 403 child labour in rural areas of Koraput district it was found that 70% of the paid child labour contributes 20% or more of family income in the form of cash.50% and more of household domestic work is contributed by 69.5% of domestic child labour in their own family. And 66.7% of child labour who are doing cattle herding of their own family contributes 100% livestock management work.

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Water whether consumed directly or used for such basic needs as sanitation, cleansing and growing goods is essential to human life. Thus, it is recognized as an essential element to the individual as well as for the land. Many remain unemployed because water resources cannot support agricultural or industrial growth. Water problems ultimately and ups “people” problems. Therefore, it must be treated as fundamental right. The Nemours fundamental human right cannot be released without water, Right to Life, Right to Food, Right to self-determination, Right to adequate standard of living, Right to Housing, Right to Education, Right to Health, Right to take part in cultural life, Right to enjoyment of pollution free water and air in Subhas Kumar Vs. State of Bihar, it has been judicially recognized by the Supreme Court that “Right to live is a fundamental right under Article 21 of the Constitution and it includes the right to enjoyment of pollution free water and air for full enjoyment of life ”,

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The main purpose of this study of development the Attention-deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder in childhood, adolescent and adulthood. ADHD is a disorder of childhood that tends to develop before the age of 12. ADHD, often referred to as hyperactivity, is characterized by difficulties that interfere with, effective task-oriented behavior in children particularly impulsivity, excessive or exaggerated motor activity, such as aimless or haphazard running or fidgeting, and difficulties in sustaining attention (Nigg et al 2005; see DSM-5 criteria for ADHD ). Longitudinal research involves studying and collecting baseline information on specific group of interest ( patients with a given disorder, high-risk children, etc ) and then following up with them at a future date ( e.g. 1,5 or even 20 years later ) to determine the changes that have occurred over the Intervening period. Uses of some medications and drugs to reduce ADHD.

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Concept of disability is vital. Unfortunately, there are no universally accepted ways to define disability and to measure it. However, consensus on a definition would enhance evaluation and research. Disability is a dynamic phenomenon. Concept and understanding of human disability are observed to be undergoing continuous modification and consequently administrative attention across the world. Unquestionably, defining disability is a challenging task. However, the international agencies WHO, ILO, UNESCO and UN, have played a valuable role in facilitating the development of definition of disability. Disability is complex, dynamic, multidimensional, and contested. In India, disability condition has been introduced essentially following the medical model. In common parlance, different terms such as disabled, handicapped, crippled, physically challenged, are used inter-changeably, indicating noticeably the emphasis on pathologic conditions. Even so, disability is not defined as a standalone medical condition, but rather as the product of the interaction between the environment broadly defined and the health condition of particular persons.

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India was the world’s third-largest steel producer in 2017. The growth in the Indian steel sector has been driven by domestic availability of raw materials such as iron ore and cost-effective labour. Consequently, the steel sector has been a major contributor to India’s manufacturing output. The Indian steel industry is very modern with state-of-the-art steel mills. It has always strived for continuous modernisation and up-gradation of older plants and higher energy efficiency levels. Indian steel industries are classified into three categories such as major producers, main producers and secondary producers. This research study focuses towards the analytical study of financial performance of one identified units in the steel industry in India in terms of financial ratios Gross, Operating, Net Profit Margin, Return on Equity, Free Cash Flow, Current Ratio, Interest Coverage Ratio, Debt to Equity Ratio, Overall performance of the company and Net Income and Cash From Operations. Statistical tools applied are mean and standard deviation. Among the group of steel companies listed in the stock exchanges in India, Jindal Steel & Power Ltd., is selected for this study.

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