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Dear Seniors,
I want to ask you a very basic question that should I recruit a candidate 14 years of age completed?
Dear Sir, Gopinath,
Thanks for clarifying me. I understood the Age criteria candidates to be recruited. And thanks for sharing the website and the file. Kind Regards.

From India, Coimbatore
gopinath varahamurthi

dear friend ,

You cannot engage an employee of age below 14 years, also, better employ a person of age above 18 or 18 years completed to avoid complications, it is the better age and better to the industry..

No child below the age of 14 years shall be employed to work in any factory or mine or engaged in any other hazardous employment (Article 24); The State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age six to 14 years.

Making the law on child labour more stringent, the state government has issued a notification extending the age bar on child labour from 14 years to 18 years. Now, if anybody below 18 years is employed, it will be considered as child labour.

After Delhi, Rajasthan is the second state which has put the age limit at 18 years, said a member of Rajasthan State Commission for Protection of Child Rights.

A fine of Rs 20,000 will be imposed on the employer of such children. The state government will also contribute Rs 5,000 for each child in the Child Labour Welfare Fund, which would be spent on his or her rehabilitation.

I do given the web site address of Indian Child Labour Act for your information .. Also, attached find the Child Labour Act..

Home -Child Labour-Child Labour Policies:Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India <link updated to site home>

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