Maternal Dietary Diversity and Risk of Low Birth Weight:
Empirical Findings from India-Pediatric Conference 2017
India accounts for the highest proportion of low birth weight(LBW) babies born in the developing world. Poor maternal nutrition during pregnancy has been associated with adverse infant health outcomes, such as LBW. The aim of this paper was to assess the socio-economic factors influencing dietary diversity among pregnant women and to investigate the association between maternal dietary diversity and LBW among newborn babies.
women conference in Bangalore - Conflict management approaches to manage work-life equation and retention of women employees in IT organizations in India based on local philosophy and culture
Every organization is comprised of myriad of people. Acquiring their services, developing their skills, motivating them to high levels of performance, as well as managing retention and conflict are essential to achieving organizational objectives. This study has put forth an attempt to provide a multi-dimensional and more exhaustive view of how conflict management role needs to be looked at the problems of work-life equation and in retaining women employees in IT organizations in India based on local philosophy and culture.