Affiliations 1*:Department of LAW, Chittagong Independent University, Chittagong, Bangladesh 2: Department of English Literature and Language, Brindaban Government College, Habiganj, Bangladesh 3: Department of Sociology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh 4: Department of Computer Science, Chandigarh University, Punjab, India
Child marriage is the pervasive smeared crux in our Asia continent. It sways all-encompassing concavity on gender-oriented prejudice, emerging rate of the population as well. The objective of our paper defines settling up the age with deficient latitude accordant the propounded strait, fabricating a cryptosystem into society, embellishing the temporal and spatial equation to amplify a society. The collection of random or unstructured data replicates the method of cryptosystem and genetic algorithm through the deviation of true and standard value related to the concentration of the determined attributes of the analyte. Exertion and correlation of doctors with related schools corroborate the cultivation of physical and elementary mental health, ascertainment of sanitation. Indemnifying society consolidation regarding education cognition fastens partaking of Education Officers and Volunteers. Consciencement of parents’ employment endorses with the Representatives of NGOs’. Implementation of a female child ratifies with the aid of Banks and Financial Institutions. Social awareness fleeces with the concurrence of religious confessors and the honorable figures of the entertainment sphere. Birth registration, existing child's data, and rationing are verified respectively under the aegis of the root leveled officials and public representatives. Our proposed methodology comprehensively facilitates both the prerogative and underprivileged female children, along with their parents. Adolescents’ as well as females engaging in the skill development arena, certify their elevation of social status. The novelty of the paper is that it’s going to concrete the span of social science and big data.
Ms.Tarun Danti Dey,Ms. Tanny Das,Mr.S.M. Shahen Alam,Mr. Sritha Zith Dey Babu."Vigorous Recognition of Child Marriage Prophylaxis Through Cryptography: Impeccable Solutions Within Concatenated Management ". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) , ISSN:2349-7084, Vol.7, Issue 08,pp.20-28, August- 2020, URL:https://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V7I804.pdf,
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