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through the process of purposive sampling. From each institution, children were identified through school principals, teachers, and caregivers. Street and working children were selected with the help of civil society organizations. From the sample blocks, children in family environment not attending school, were also selected using the method of quota sampling. Children in institutions were identified from the institutions functioning in the selected development blocks on the basis of government records and with the help of NGOs.

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children (65491%)ported being beaten atschool, which means that twoout of three children arevictims of corporalo-3o

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of being shown dirty pictures as compared with the other three evidence groups, it is clear that across the board all children had faced such abuse. When examined amongst all child respondents covered under

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minding siblings. A significant finding that emerged was that 74.98% of the female young adults reported getting less food than brothers. The other important finding was that 89.22% of female young adults

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ANNEXURES

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3. Pinheiro, 1. World Health Organization (1 84): Report of the Consultation on Child Abuse Prevention; Geneva,http://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/violence/neglect/en/ 2. Ibid.