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The data refers to state-wise achievement of bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccine for children vis a vis need assessed.
The data refers to information on diversion from learning time of Children. Out of 17 sample states, students in 9 states reported they were involved in washing utensils, this was adversely affecting the learning of children. The data refers to details of children involvement and time spent (Hrs/Week) in washing utensils. The outcome is based on the sample survey undertaken by Programme Evaluation Organisation (PEO), Planning commission which covered 48 districts and 480 schools across 17 states of India for 'Performance Evaluation Report of Cooked Mid-Day Meal (CMDM), 2010'.
The data refers to State-wise Estimated Number of HIV Infections (People living with HIV (PLHIV)-Adult & Children) With Uncertainty Bounds. Estimating the number of people living with HIV in a State is vital not only to assess the burden of the disease, but also to understand the future need for treatment and to plan testing programmes in specific geographical areas.
The data refers to the Effectiveness of the District Level Monitoring teams. It provides details of Number of Districts (N), Number of districts with DEO holding Additional charge, Monitoring Schools, Classroom Observation, School Mapping, Learning Achievement of Children, Fund Related Issues, Management Issues, Civil Work and Meal Issues. The outcome is based on the sample survey undertaken by Programme Evaluation Organisation (PEO), Planning commission in eleven states and two union territories for 'Evaluation Report On Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, 2010'.
The data refers to the Nutritional status of children aged 7 months-60 months. It provides state-wise details regarding the nutritional status of children who are covered under the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) scheme and those who are not covered under the scheme.
The data refers to the Nutritional status of children aged 7 months-60 months by Expenditure classes. It provides state-wise details regarding the nutritional status of children who are under the ICDS scheme and those who are not covered under the scheme, categorized on the basis of their by Asset class. Beneficiary and non-beneficiary households are put in two asset-holding categories, i.e. those with expensive assets (Asset-I) and those without such assets (Asset-II).
The data refers to the Nutritional status of children aged 7 months-60 months by Expenditure classes. It provides state-wise details regarding the nutritional status of children who are under the ICDS scheme and those who are not covered under the scheme, categorized on the basis of their monthly household expenditure.
The data refers to the Nutritional status of children aged 7 months-60 months by Expenditure classes. It provides state-wise details regarding the nutritional status of children who are under the ICDS scheme and those who are not covered under the scheme, categorized on the basis of their by Occupation group (agriculture, wage earners and others).
The data refers to the Impact of ICDS on enrolment of and discontinuation by children aged 7-14 years in primary and post-primary education. At the national level the impact on enrolment is positive, while that on discontinuation is negative.
The data refers to the Impact of ICDS on immunisation Status of Children (12-23 months). It captures the impact of ICDS on immunization at the national level. It is found that the ICDS programme on immunisation has more in case of measles.

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