Supreme Court guidelines
* Order dated 28 November 2001
* Each child up to 6 years of age is to get 300 calories
and 8-10 gms of protein.
* Each malnourished child to get 600 calories and
16-20 grams of protein.
* Each pregnant woman, nursing mother and adolescent
girl to get 500 calories and 20-25 grams of protein.
* Every settlement is to have an Anganwadi.
* Order dated 29 April 2004
* All 0-6 year old children, adolescent girls, pregnant
Women and nursing mothers shall receive
Supplementary nutrition for 300 days in the year. * Order dated 7 October 2004
* The number of Anganwadis shall be increased
from 6 to 14 lakhs.
* The minimum norm for the provision of supplementary
nutrition shall be increased to Rs. 2/- per child per day. * All sanctioned Anganwadis shall be operationalised
* All SC/ST hamlets shall have Anganwadis as early
as possible, and hamlets with high SC/ST
populations should receive priority in the placement of new Anganwadis.
* All slums shall have Anganwadis.
* Contractors shall not be used for the supply of
* The Central Government and States/UTs shall ensure
that all amounts allocated are sanctioned in time so that there is no disruption in the feeding of children. * All State Governments/UTs shall put on their
websites full data for the ICDS programme including where Anganwadis are operational, the number of beneficiaries category-wise, the funds allocated and used, and related matters.
* Judgement dated 13 December 2006
* Government shall operationalize a minimum of 14
lakh Anganwadis by December 2008.
* All SC/ ST hamlets to be identified and given...
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