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DAY-1

(November 26th 2017) Venue: Auditorium, National Institute of Nutrition

Time

Topic

Speaker

16.00-18.00

Inauguration

18.00-19.30

Cultural Programme


19.30-21.30

Dinner



DAY-2

(November 27th 2017) Venue: Auditorium, National Institute of Nutrition

TIME

TOPICS

SPEAKER

08.00-09.30

Registration


09.40-10.40

Plenary Session-I: Nutrition during and first 1000 days Chair: Dr. Rajesh Kumar

09.40-10.00

Current status of iodine nutrition and nutriture – effect on child birth

Dr. C. S. Pandav

10.00-10.20

Micronutrient deficiency in first 1000 days-effect of social and environmental factors

Dr. Renuka Jayatissa

10.20-10.40

Trends in nutrition outcomes, determinants, and interventions during the first 1000 days

Dr. Rasmi Avula

10.40-11.00

1000 days of life - programme perspectives

Dr. KV.

Radhakrishna

11-00-11.30

Coffee/Tea Break & POSTER PRESENTATION-1


11.30-13.00

Scientific Session-1 [7 Presentations; 10 min for presentation and 2 min of discussion for each presenters]

Chairs: Dr. Kumud Khanna and Dr. P. Uday Kumar


11-30-11-42

The impact of docosahexenoic acid supplementation during pregnancy and lactation on neurodevelopment of the offspring in India

(DHANI): Trial protocol [138]

Dr. Shweta Khandelwal

11.42-11.54

Vitamin D, long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid

and Inflammation in Preeclampsia [97]

Anindita Nandi


11.54-12.06

Supplementary feeding in pregnancy and gestational weight gain: A study from

Andhrapradesh [95]

Sunu PV.

12.06-12.18

Incorporating a 1000 days approach to improve exclusive breastfeeding practices in Mumbai's informal settlements: A study of a cross-sectional

community-based survey and program

Anuja Jayaraman



surveillance data [27]



12.18-12.30

Ante-natal care, delivery and feeding practices and their association with nutritional status among infants in Gujarat, India [92]

Meshram II


12.30-12.42

Barriers to breastfeeding and complementary feeding: field notes from construction sites in

Ahmedabad [134]

Divya Ravindranath


12.42-12.54

Relationship between exclusive breastfed infants for the first six months and overweight among

under 5 children: Evidence from who South East Asian Region [12]


Mackwin D. Mello

12.54-13.00

Chairperson(s) Remarks


13.00-14.00

Lunch Break


14.00-14.45

Scientific Session-2 : 1000 days of life-Programme perspective of UNICEF

Chairs: Dr. Sheila Vir and Dr. B. Dinesh Kumar


14.00-14.15

Pilot to scale-up - Integrating adolescent and

women’s nutrition interventions in village health nutrition days- Case of Arogya Divas, Bihar

Dr. RN. Dwivedi and Mr. Rabi Parhi


14.15-14.30

Delivering a package of maternal nutrition

interventions through Odisha Livelihood Mission using a community cash grant approach: design and early lessons

Ms. Babita

Mahapatra and Mr. Sourav Bhattacharjee


14.30-14.45


Facility based care for children with Severe Acute Malnutrition in India Progress and Challenges

Dr. Shivani Rohatgi,

Kalavati Saran Children Hospital, New Delhi

14.45-15.15

Plenary session 2: Child growth and nutrition requirements Chair: Dr. Arjan, UNICEF

14.45-15.05

Vitamin D in serum and breast milk – Pregnancy Outcome and child nutrition

Dr. Hamid

15.05-15.25

Determinants of Childhood Obesity in India

Dr. Prashant Mathur

15.25-15.45

Coffee/Tea Break & POSTER PRESENTATION-2


15.45-17.15

Scientific Session-3 [7 Presentations; 10 min for presentation and 2 min of discussion for each presenters]

Chairs : Dr. Rajan Shankar and Dr. AL Khandare


15.45-15.57

Does dietary diversity among 1-5 year old children predict their nutrient adequacy? - an exploratory analysis using the Spandan data from rural

Kalahandi, Odisha [117]


S. Kiruthika


15.57-16.09

Maternal one carbon metabolites in women with preeclampsia delivering Appropriate for Gestational Age (AGA) and Small for Gestational

Age (SGA) Babies [46]


Vaishali V. Kasture


16.09-16.21

Catch- up growth of stunted children beyond the first 1000 days: a comparison of India human

development surveys in 2005 and 2012 [135]

Jayalakshmi Rajeev

16.21-16.33

Growth trajectory of a child: past attainments versus environmental factors [42]

Priya Rampal

16.33-16.45

Time trends in stunting: a persistent nutritional problem in India [87]

Nimmathota Arlappa

16.45-16.57

Role of infant and young child feeding practices in attaining sustainable development goals [141]

Sairam Challa


16.57-17.09

academic-industry partnership and positive deviance approach for improved Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) practices of rural mothers and nutritional status of their pre-school children

[55]


Chitrarpita Saha

17.09-17.15

Chairperson(s) Remarks



DAY-3

(November 28th 2017) Venue: Auditorium, National Institute of Nutrition


09.30-11.00

Plenary Session 3: Macro and Micronutrients in child growth and development

Chair: Dr. G.R. Chandak

09.30-09.50

Importance of dietary fats in early life

Dr. Sadhana Joshi

09.50-10.10

Early origins of double burden of malnutrition –

NIN cohort studies.

Dr. Bharathi

Kulkarni

10.10-10.30

Adolescent growth and nutrition

Dr. Anuradha

Khadilkar

10.30-10.50

Is zinc required for improving iron absorption and

status

Dr. P. Raghu

10.50-11.30

Coffee/Tea Break & POSTER PRESENTATION-3


11.30-13.00

Scientific Session-4 [7 Presentations; 10 min for presentation and 2 min of discussion for each presenters]

Chairs: Dr. KL. Ramesh and Dr. G. Bhanuprakash Reddy

11-30-11-42

Estimated duration of sun exposure for Cutaneous

synthesis of vitamin d in Indian cities: a calculation based on satellite data [131]

Little Flower

Augustine

11.42-11.54

Spatial mapping of prevalence of anemia in India

[19]

B. Naveen Kumar


11.54-12.06

Iron status markers and clinical presentation of adolescent’s girls with iron deficiency anemia

[106]

Sudarshan Reddy Varikuti


12.06-12.18

Program evaluation of a scale up project on the

use of zinc and oral rehydration salts in the treatment of Diarrhoea among children aged 6 to 59 months in selected districts of Bangladesh [96]


Kirti Warvadekar


12.18-12.30

Obese adolescence: positive outcomes of strategic nutritional intervention and counseling

[122]


Sheeba Eveline


12.30-12.42

Snack substitution - A nutritional intervention

strategy for weight reduction among obese children [118]


Kalpana .C.A

12.42-12.54

Neonatal monosodium glutamate treatment:

persisting effects in adulthood [153]

G. Nagesh Babu

12.54-13.00

Chairperson(s) Remarks


13.00-14.00

Lunch Break


14.00-14.15

Special Symposium on Food Fortification: World Food Programme (WFP) Experience

Chair: Dr. Indira Chakravarty

14.00-14.20

Experience on fortification in the country

Dr. Sidharth

14.20-15.00

Plenary Session 4: Emerging trends in nutrition research

Chair: Dr. GS. Toteja

14.20-14.40

Importance of Nutrition in Control of Tuberculosis

Dr. Anurag

Bhargava

14.40-15.00

Childhood obesity- what intervention strategies

will do?

Dr. A. Laxmaiah

15.00-15.30

Coffee/Tea Break & POSTER PRESENTATION-4

15.30-16.00

Special Symposium on Food Fortification: GAIN Experience Chair: Dr. Umesh Kapil

15.30-15.45

Creating an Enabling Environment for Scaling-up Food Fortification

Mr. Kumar Anil, FSSAI

15.45-16.00

Improving the quality of diets through fortification

Mr. Arijit

Chakrabarty, GAIN

16.00-

17.00

Valedictory and Award Ceremony

16.00-16.05

Review of the Conference by Organizing

Secretary


16.05-16.15

Feedback of the Conference by any 2 delegates


16.15-16.25

Remarks by Director


16.25-16.40

Prize Distribution


16.40-16.55

Valedictory Address


16.55-17.00

Vote of Thanks


17.00

Conference End