Child Nutritional Rights in India

  • Mr. Aman Deep Nadda
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  • Mr. Aman Deep Nadda

    Research Scholar at School of Legal Studies and Governance Career Point University Hamirpur (HP), India.

  • Dr. Anupam Manhas

    Associate Prof. of Law at School of Legal Studies and Governance Career Point University Hamirpur (HP), India.

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Human has always desired to have proper nutrition. The phrase “what food you eat just like be your mind’ can be stated here. At present world everybody wants to get good nutrition. It is required that everyone must understand the role of nutrition for good health. It is also desired that every food service provider should focus on the nutritional value of food. Getting proper nutrition is a serious health concern in the country i.e. India. Malnutrition has plagued the Indian food for decades. There food which we take in our daily life lacks in the nutritional quality. There is no doubt about this point that Indian government at present has launched many schemes to ensure the nutritional quality of the children. Yet it is the hard reality that such food has a very lower food nutritional quality in it. Though adequate provisions related food security and nutrition are given in the recently enacted Food Security Act, 2013, still the better implementation is required. Under this research article researcher will try to highlight the present scenario of nutrition and its impact on the rights of child.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 1, Page 1920 - 1923


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