Role of home science education on food pattern of college going girls

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Role of home science education on food pattern of college going girls

  1. 1. Role of Home ScienceEducation in Food Pattern of College Going Girls. Dr. Daxaben N. Mehta ; Vaishnav D.P,.Desai T.B. ( Smt.S.C.U.Shah Home science & C.U.Shah Arts And Commerce Mahila College , Wadhwancity .- 363030 )
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION• Home Science education is the Philosophy of “home and family”• Its aim is to provide intellectual, cultural, moral, aesthetic, vocational, utilitarian, economic and social values not only to the individual but whole society• health, first aid and home nursing as well as foods, nutrition and cookery are part of their syllabus
  3. 3. MATERIALS AND METHOD• Questionnaire was formulated with questions relating to socio-economic background, dietary pattern, and nutritional knowledge.• Total 80 Girls studying in third year degree class of B. Sc. Home Science were selected• Hemoglobin estimation was done by Sahli’s hemometer
  4. 4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION• 37.5 % joint family while 62.5 % nuclear family.• 47.2 % backward class and 52.7 % higher class• 36.1 % rural and 63.8 % urban area.
  5. 5. Distribution of girls visiting fast food restaurant• 79.24 percent girls Distribution of girls visiting fast food restaurant once in a month 90 80• 7.4 percent once in 70 fifteen days 60• 9.72 percent once 50 Series1 Percentage in a week 40 30• 3.70 percent thrice 20 in a week visit fast 10 food restaurant 0 Once a month Once in Fifteen Days Once a Week Frequency of visit Thrice A week Everyday
  6. 6. Change in food pattern after home science education• 69.23 percent rural Change in Food Pattern of Socio Economic Backgroung and73.91 percent 90 urban 80• 68.42 percent general 70 60 class and 76.47 50 Socio Economic background Change percent backward Socio Economic background No Change percentage 40 class 30• joint family 81.5 20 percent nuclear family 10 66.6 percent 0 Urban Rural Joint Family Nuclear Family Backward General Class Class Socio Economic Background
  7. 7. Change in hemoglobin level of girls after and before .• Non anemic 33.33 % Hb level After Change In Food Pattern before , 51.39 % after 60• Mild Anemic 44.44 % 50 before ,34.72% after 40• Moderate Anemic 30 Previous Hb Level percentage Hb level After chang in Food Pattern 16.66 % , 13.89 % 20 after• Severe Anemic 5.55 10 % before 0 1 2 Anemic Condition 3 4
  8. 8. Change in food pattern of college going girls• 24 % girls cooking Types of change in food pattern 30 method• .20 % nutritious food 25• 21 % milk, fruits and 20 vegetables 15 percentage Percentage• 9 % non familiar 10 foods 5• 14 % fermented and 0 sprouted legumes change in cooking nutritious food milk,fruits and non familiar foods fermented and sprouted method vegetables food Food pattern
  9. 9. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION• The objective of the study was to see the role of home science education in imparting knowledge of foods , nutrition and cookery• The ultimate goal of every education is to impart the students skill based, value oriented and entrepreneurial knowledge which gives them healthy, wealthy and happy life• More study is needed in this direction as well as the role of home science education in personality and overall development of a person.

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