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Bansal and Sexena (2000). Impact Of ICDS On Pregnancey Pattern Of “Tribal” And "Non Tribal" Woman. Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-B: Science), 13(1), pp.54-58.
of Ravishankar University Vol.13
No. B (Science) 2000 pp 54-58
Impact Of ICDS On Pregnancey Pattern Of “Tribal” And "Non
A.K. Bansal and V.B.
Pt. J.N.M. Medical College, Raipur
Ms : Received 14/9/2000, Acepted. 30/10/2000
A comparative study of pregnancy pattern of Tribal
has been conducted of Kasdol block in Raipur
M.P. On interpretation of data,
it has been
is definite reduction in the percentage of tribal
pregnant women, belonging to age
group of 20 to 30 years, from
1985 to 49.00 percent in 1988 while· in case of Non tribals this percentage has gone up from 56.66 percent in 1985 to
65.66% in 1988.
This clearly indicate that
heartedly for the programmes launched for their
in comparision to their counterparts Non
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