A PROJECT PROPOSAL SUBMITTED IN
PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR
THE DEGREE OF
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA)
NAME: MAHASIN SARDAR
ROLL NO : 08MBA20039
Under The Guidance Of :
Name : Mr. M. K. Chakma
(Lecturer of Aliah University)
ALIAH UNIVERSITY KOLKATA
Table of C O N T E N T S
CHAPTER NO.| TITLE| PAGE NO.| 1| Acknowledgement| 3|
2| Executive Summary (Abstract)| 5| 3| Introduction | 6| 4| Objectives of ICDS Objectives of the study Methodology | 7-8| 6| What is ICDSWhy ICDS known is AnwanwadiprogremWhy Anganawadi program is important| 8-9| 7| Main Actors of ICDS | 10-11|
8| Service provide under ICDS| 12-14| 9| Ground reality of the study| 15-26| 10| Problem of Anganawadi worker| 27| 11| Limitation of this study | 28|
I am honestly thankful to my Project Guide Mr. M . K . Chakma (Lecturer of Aliah University), for his guidance, intellectual support and valuable advice given to me throughout the course of my project.
I am honestly thankful to Mr. A. B. Chowdhury, (Director of Aliah University-Techno India Group collaboration Project) who has been the mentor for my project report.
I am honestly thankful to all of Anganawadi worker and also thanks to all of villagers those are too much help to collect the information. I also special thank to Marfura whose help a lot and all of my friends those are helped me complete my project.
TITLE OF THE PROJECT:
This paper attempts to assess the functioning of the ICDS (Anganwadi) at the grassroots level in selected villages west Bengal The study views the ICDS from two angles: 1. The extent to which the Anganwadi contributes to child welfare in terms of nutrition status and pre-school education, and 2. The extent to which active community participation contributes to the effective functioning of the Anganwadi.
The paper is based on a case study of 25 Anganwadi centres were selected .I studied based on the Hardha Grampanchayat , baruipur block ,south 24 pgs West Bengal . In study try to finding the problem of anganawadi centre & opinion of the beneficiary . In the Anganwadi centres studied, it was found that the grade of an Anganwadi centre could not completely explain the nutritional status of the children enrolled. Hence as a Criterion to evaluate nutritional status outcomes, the practice of grading of Anganwadi centres followed by the ICDS project has little value as an operational tool. However, centres with higher grades tended to have higher levels of community participation, which is crucial to the effective functioning of a centre. Coordination among local communities, Anganwadi workers, and panchayat officials is imperative for the long term sustainability of an Anganwadi centre. Though children grow, develop and learn throughout life the first five years of life are critical, and so an increasing number of early childhood interventions are being developed and implemented both by the government & the private sectors. Apart from these social, religious, economic and political institutions, media & cultural values can also influence how children live their lives. Study of child development is important...