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Title: Analysis of Early Childhood Development in India
Other Titles: Indian Journal of Law and Justice, Vol. 11 No. 2, September-2020, pp 319-330
Authors: Laskar, Salma Begum
Kumar, Umesh
Keywords: Children
Child development
Early childhood
Issue Date: Sep-2020
Publisher: University of North Bengal
Abstract: The early childhood development is basically the development of right of children from zero to six years. Almost 90% of the brain develops during the age of 5 years. The development of child includes the physical, emotional, social, psychological and the like which are required to have a good and healthy life. If these developments will not take place during the initial years, a person’s life will have risk of impaired growth and development. Children during their early childhood shall be given adequate nutrition for their growth, health care facilities regularly like vaccination etc, care and protection and play and learning. If a child receives proper favorable inputs of healthy life, he will grow and prosper in life and if a child receives unfavorable environment, he will be burden to society and the state will have to bear his responsibility throughout his life. Children are the future of our nation and it is the duty of the citizen to give them their required input to have healthy life. The Central as well as the State government initiated several times various policies and schemes to meet the challenges faced by the children for their proper growth and development. Many international conventions and declarations were made to cope up with the problems faced by children in different corners of the world. The judiciary has also framed guidelines and issued directions protecting the best interest of children.
ISSN: 0976-3570
Appears in Collections:Vol.11 No. 2 (September 2020)

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