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Evolving a Standard Schedule for the Evaluation of the Preschool Feeding Programmes


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Evaluation of feeding programmes is indispensable to obtain information about how the programmes are functioning with respect to achieving their goals. Devadas and Mohan Ram recommend bulit-in evaluation system with appropriate guidelines for the measurement of the outcomes of the ongoing feeding programmes. Systematic evaluation of any feeding programme operating in thousands of centers calls for a standard schedule using which it should be possible to categories the performance of the centers as 'good' , 'very good' or 'poor'. The criteria evolved and the scores arrived for the criteria for the evaluation of the feeding programmes are presented in this paper.
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S. Premakumari
Sri Avinashilingam Home Science College for Women, Coimbatore -640 043, India
Rajammal P. Devadas
Sri Avinashilingam Home Science College for Women, Coimbatore -640 043, India

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Evaluation of feeding programmes is indispensable to obtain information about how the programmes are functioning with respect to achieving their goals. Devadas and Mohan Ram recommend bulit-in evaluation system with appropriate guidelines for the measurement of the outcomes of the ongoing feeding programmes. Systematic evaluation of any feeding programme operating in thousands of centers calls for a standard schedule using which it should be possible to categories the performance of the centers as 'good' , 'very good' or 'poor'. The criteria evolved and the scores arrived for the criteria for the evaluation of the feeding programmes are presented in this paper.