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Match the following Acts with the year of their passing:


The child labour Prohibition and Regulation Act




Immoral Traffic Prevention Act




Prohibition of Child Marriage Act







1. a - (iii), b - (ii), c - (iv), d - (i)
2. a - (ii), b - (i), c - (iv), d - (iii)
3. a - (iv), b - (iii), c - (ii), d - (i)
4. a - (i), b - (ii), c - (iii), d - (iv)

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Correct Answer - Option 2 : a - (ii), b - (i), c - (iv), d - (iii)

The correct answer is a - (ii), b - (i), c - (iv), d - (iii).

The child labour prohibition and regulation act:

  • The act was passed in the year of 1986.
  • According to this law, children under the age of 14 years are prohibited to work as an employee or engage in any kind of occupation.

Immoral Traffic Prevention Act:

  • It is a violent assault on human security that involves men, women and children from one place to another.
  • The act was passed in 1956.
  • It makes the sexual exploitation of males and females a cognizable offence.
  • This legislation aims to stop immoral trafficking and prostitution in India.

Prohibition of Child Marriage Act:

  • The act was passed in 2006.
  • This Act is aimed to prohibit child marriage, protect and provide relief to victims and enhance punishment for those who abet, promote or solemnize such marriage.
  • A child is a person who has not completed 21 years in case of male and 18 years in case of female.

NCPCR Act (National Commission for Protection of Child Rights)

  • The law was passed in 2005.
  • It Assesses and reviews the safeguards that are provided for child rights protection in India under existing laws and also suggests measures for implementing them effectively.

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