International Journal of Home Science
2017, VOL. 3 ISSUE 1, PART D
Nutritional Services at anganwadi centre in Integrated Child Development Scheme: A continuing challenge in rural zone of Jammu district
Author(s): Dr. Annpurna Dogra
The present research is an attempt to study the implementation of nutritional services in rural zone of Jammu district under ICDS project. A sample of 50 respondents (anganwadi worker) from 50 anganwadi centres was selected. The tool consisted of a self-devised interview schedule for assessment of implementation of nutritional services of ICDS. Random sampling technique was used for the study. Results of the study revealed that although majority (90 per cent) of anganwadi workers were trained and had work experience of around 10 years but in spite of that, the implementation part of nutritional services was not at satisfactory level. The study suggested for a strong and intense need of improving training quality to anganwadi workers in both extents, pre service as well as in service.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Annpurna Dogra. Nutritional Services at anganwadi centre in Integrated Child Development Scheme: A continuing challenge in rural zone of Jammu district. International Journal of Home Science. 2017; 3(1): 213-217.