A Study On The Rehabilitation Of Children In Dispute With The Law In India

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https://doi.org/10.53724/lrd/v6n4.04

Keywords:

Criminal proceedings,

Juvenile Correctional Acts,

Rehabilitation Systems,

Juvenile Justice,

Observation houses

Abstract

The world’s largest population of children resides in India. The Indian Constitution protects all children in the country have basic rights, and the administration is empowered to take specific measures for them. The Act governs children, sometimes known as Juveniles. This is referred to as violating the law inside the country. The fundamental purpose is to create a juvenile justice arrangement that would focus on reintegration. Its execution is the responsibility of the Department of Women and Child Development. Juvenile Justice Boards All legal rights of children will be respected in India, and actions will be done to protect them. Putting in the necessary effort to ensure their recovery and safety, which includes meeting their physical, psychological, and emotional requirements, societal expectations, and understanding the rehabilitation of youngsters in legal trouble is one of the study's goals.

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30-06-2022

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Ramneet Kaur. (2022). A Study On The Rehabilitation Of Children In Dispute With The Law In India. Legal Research Development: An International Refereed E-Journal ISSN: 2456-3870, 6(IV), 10–13. https://doi.org/10.53724/lrd/v6n4.04

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