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Survey on Education Wellbeing of Children in MICA Mining

mining areas and lack of clarity on data and information on the same. National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) decided to undertake a survey on quot;Well being of Children in Mica Mining Areas of Jharkhand amp; Bihar'' The survey covered the districts of Koderma and Giridih in Jharkhand and Rajauli Block, Nawada district in Bihar.

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Bihar

Bihar (/ b h r /; Hindi pronunciation [bar] ()) is a state in eastern India.It is the third largest state by population and twelfth largest by territory, with an area of 94,163 km 2 (36,357 sq mi). It is contiguous with Uttar Pradesh to its west, Nepal to the north, the northern part of West Bengal to the east, and with Jharkhand to the south.

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Over 5,000 children shun schools in mica mining areas of

Over 5,000 children shun schools in mica mining areas of Jharkhand amp; Bihar NCPCR A total of 4,545 children from Jharkhands Koderma and Giridih districts abandoned schools to work as

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Bihar Coal Mining Area Development Authority Rules, 1988

Bihar Coal Mining Area Development Authority Rules, 1988. CHAPTER I. Short Title. These rules may be called the Bihar Coal Mining Area Development Authority Rules, 1988. Definitions. In these rules unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context,

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Mines Department

Illegal mining activity, if observed by anyone, may please be reported to the Control Room at these telephone numbers. Click here for voluntary disclosures under RTI Act, 2005. Designed and Hosted by NIC Bihar State Centre, Patna.

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Coal mining in India

The state owned coal mines of Bihar (now Jharkhand after the division of Bihar state) were among the first areas in India to see the emergence of a sophisticated mafia, beginning with the mining town of

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Child labour rampant in mica mining districts of Bihar

The government ordered the survey after a report by Terre Des Hommes, an international development agency working in India, revealed last year that more than 22,000 children are employed as child labourers in the mica mining areas of Jharkhand and Bihar.

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NCPCR Report Reveals Dark Side of Jharkhand Bihar Mica

Similarly, 650 children in Bihars mica mining area of Nawada did not attend school. The survey revealed that the reasons most commonly stated by the children and their families for opting out of schooling ranged from lack of willingness, lack of awareness, financial insecurities to illness from collecting mica scraps.

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Bare Acts Live

The Bihar Coal Mining Area Development Authority Act, 1986 (Act 9 of 1986) jhr093 [Dated 30th September, 1986] Received assent on 30.9.1986 and Published in Bihar Gazette Extraordinary No. 568 dated 1.10.1986. An Act to provide for the growth and development of coal mining areas in the State and for matters ancillary thereto.

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Over 5,000 children abandon education in mica mining

Aug 25, 20190183;32;In its survey, the NCPCR said it has observed that a section of children in the mica mining areas are deprived of opportunities and have started

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