Denial of childhood is an unacceptable malice. Yet, in a large number of regions in the world children choose work over education. This not only affects the future capabilities of children but also perpetuates a moral myth that an means of generating economic surlus or growth is acceptable. The Right to Education Act require that every child must be provided school education. In cases where children go to school and work, fatigue and other work related impact often decrease a child’s school performance. However, the tragedy is that laws seldom prove to be sufficient.