ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
1. INTRODUCTION

  • 1.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 1.2 INDIA IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM
  • 1.2 ANNEXURES
2. DEMOGRAPHY

  • 2.1 DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION
  • 2.1 ANNEXURES
3. ECONOMIC TRANSITION

  • 3.1 ECONOMIC TRANSITION
  • 3.1 ANNEXURES
  • 3.2 POVERTY ALLEVIATION
4. AGRICULTURE

  • 4.1 SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
  • 4.1 ANNEXURES
5. CONSUMPTION

  • 5.1 CONSUMER EXPENDITURE ON FOOD
  • 5.1 ANNEXURES
5(A). MICRONUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES

  • 5(A).1 ANAEMIA
  • 5(A).2 VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY
  • 5(A).3 IODINE DEFICIENCY DISORDERS
6. NUTRITIONAL STATUS

  • 6.1. NUTRITION SURVEYS 119
  • 6.2.TIME TRENDS IN NUTRITIONAL STATUS
  • 6.2.1 ANNEXURES
  • 6.3. NUTRITION IN PREGNANCY AND LACTATION
  • 6.4. LOW BIRTHWEIGHT AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
  • 6.5. NUTRITION IN INFANCY AND EARLY CHILDHOOD
  • 6.6. NUTRITION IN SCHOOL CHILDREN
  • 6.7. NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF ADULTS
  • 6.7.1 ANNEXURES
  • 6.8.NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF ELDERLY
  • 6.9. IMPACT OF DROUGHT ON NUTRITIONAL STATUS
  • 6.10. NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF TRIBAL POPULATION
7. OVERNUTRITION AND NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASES
8. HEALTH TRANSITION
9. NATIONAL RESPONSE TO NUTRITION PROBLEMS
10. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS