In India, the National Government As Well As a Number of the Individual State Governments Has
Come Up With a Variety of Programmes In Order to Get Children Who Are Not Currently Enrolled In School
Back into the Educational System. the Researcher Comes to the Conclusion That Minors' Economic And
Educational Interests and Rights Are Protected By Legislative Laws After Examining the Position Under The
Guardian and Wards Act 1890, the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act 1956, the Prohibition of Child
Marriage Act 2006, and the Position of Non-Residential Indians In Terms of the Economic and Educational
Protection of Children's Rights. These Laws Were Examined In Terms of the Protection of Children's Rights
With Regard to Marriage.