Environmental Science and Engineering
Need of Women Welfare: Generally women faces the following problems in society. So there is an urgent ned for policty reforms and more stringent legislation, ducation and legal awarenessamong women for checking injustice towards here.
1. Generally women suffer gender discrimination and devaluation at home at workpalce, ¡n matrimony, in public life and power.
2. High number of cases of dowrydeaths, rape, domestic violence, criminal offender and mental for more to women.
3. The human rights of women are violated in the male dominated society.
Explain the need for value education.
Importance of Value Education:
1. To improve integral growth of human being.
2. To create attitudes and improvement towards sustainable life style.
3. To increase awarness about out national history, our cultural heritage,constitutional rights, national integration, community development and environment.
4. To create and develop awamess about values and their significance and role.
5. To know about various living and non-living organisms and their interaction with environment.
6. To understand about our natural environment in which how land, air and water interl inked.
Write about child welfare.
Reason for Child Labours :
1. Poverty: It is the main reason to force these children to work in unhealthy conditions.
2. Want of Money: Parents require money for their family, so they are in position to send their children for work.
UN Conventional on Rights of Child (or) International Law:
It formulated a set of information standards and measure to promote and protect well being of children in our society.
Rights. of the Child:
The international law defines rights of child to survival, development and protection.
a) The right to survival: It emphasizes on good standards of living, good nutrition and health.
b) The right to participation: It means freedom of thought and appropriate information to child.
c) The right to development: It ensures access to educatÍon, care and support, social security and recreation.
d) The right to protection: It means freedom from exploitation, in human treatment and neglect.