The Anganwadi Workers of India – Connecting for Health at the Grassroots

India is home to the largest population of malnourished and hunger-stricken people and children leading to high infant and maternal mortality. Along with these issues are a deluge of problems ranging from diseases, lack of education, lack of hygiene, illness, etc.

To combat this situation, the Government of India in 1975 initiated the Integrated Child Development Service (ICDS) scheme which operates at the state level to address the health issues of small children, all over the country. It is one of the largest child care programmes in the world aiming at child health, hunger, mal nutrition and its related issues.

Under the ICDS scheme, one trained person is allotted to a population of 1000, to bridge the gap between the person and organized healthcare, and to focus on the health and educational needs of children aged 0-6 years. This person is the Anganwadi worker.

An Anganwadi School in a small village in Rajasthan

What does Anganwadi mean?
The name anganwadi worker is derived from the Indian word – angan, which means the court yard (an central area in and around the house where most of the social activities of the household takes place). In rural settings, the angan is the open place where people gather to talk, greet the guests, and socialize. Traditional rural households have a small hut or house with a boundary around the house which houses their charpoys, cattle, feed, bicycle, etc. Sometimes food is also prepared in the angan. Some members of the household also sleep outside in open air, under the sky, in their angans. The angan is also considered as the ‘heart of the house’ and a sacred place which buzzes with activity at the break of dawn. Given the nature of this versatile nature of this space, the public health worker who works in an angan, and also visits other people’s angans, helping with their healthcare issues and concerns, is the Anganwadi worker.

The Anganwadi worker and helper are the basic functionaries of the ICDS who run the anganwadi centre and implement the ICDS scheme in coordination with the functionaries of the health, education, rural development and other departments. Their services also include the health and nutrition of pregnant women, nursing mothers, and adolescent girls.

Today in India, about 2 million aanganwadi workers are reaching out to a population of 70 million women, children and sick people, helping them become and stay healthy. Anganwadi workers are the most important and oft-ignored essential link of Indian healthcare.

Anganwadi workers are India’s primary tool against the menace of child malnourishment, infant mortality, and lack of child education, community health problems and in curbing preventable diseases. They provide services to villagers, poor families and sick people across the country helping them access healthcare services, immunization, healthy food, hygiene, and provide healthy learning environment for infants, toddlers and children.

Anganwadi workers are key informants of healthcare issues but given the nature of their work, they are also being called as social workers and many more activities are being added to their job profile, such as the kind of  services they provide in Dindigul.

What do the Anganwadi Workers do?
The Anganwadis are engaged to provide the following formal services to the areas under their cover:

  • Immunisation of all children less than 6 years of age
  • Immunisation against tetanus for all the expectant mothers
  • Supplementary nutrition to children below 6 years of age
  • Supplementary nutrition to women who are pregnant and nursing, esp. from the low income group
  • Nutrition, health education and health check-ups to all women in the age group of 15- 45 years
  • Antenatal care of expectant mothers
  • Postnatal care of nursing mothers
  • Caring for newborn babies
  • Caring for all children under 6 years of age
  • Referral of serious cases of malnutrition or illness to hospitals, upgraded PHCs/ Community Health Services or district hospitals
  • Non-formal preschool education to children of 3-5 years of age.

Role and responsibilities of AWWs
According to the The Ministry of Women and Child Development - The Government of India, the following are the basic roles and responsibilities listed for the anganwadi worker:

  • To elicit community support and participation in running the programme.
  • To weigh each child every month, record the weight graphically on the growth card, use referral card for referring cases of mothers/children to the sub-centres/PHC etc., and maintain child cards for children below 6 years and produce these cards before visiting medical and para-medical personnel.
  • To carry out a quick survey of all the families, especially mothers and children in those families in their respective area of work once in a year.
  • To organise non-formal pre-school activities in the anganwadi of children in the age group 3-6 years of age and to help in designing and making of toys and play equipment of indigenous origin for use in anganwadi.
  • To organise supplementary nutrition feeding for children (0-6 years) and expectant and nursing mothers by planning the menu based on locally available food and local recipes.
  • To provide health and nutrition education and counseling on breastfeeding/ Infant & young feeding practices to mothers. Anganwadi Workers, being close to the local community, can motivate married women to adopt family planning/birth control measures
  • AWWs shall share the information relating to births that took place during the month with the Panchayat Secretary/Gram Sabha Sewak/ANM whoever has been notified as Registrar/Sub Registrar of Births & Deaths in her village.
  • To make home visits for educating parents to enable mothers to plan an effective role in the child’s growth and development with special emphasis on new born child.
  • To maintain files and records as prescribed.
  • To assist the PHC staff in the implementation of health component of the programme viz. immunisation, health check-up, ante natal and post natal check etc.
  • To assist ANM in the administration of IFA and Vitamin A by keeping stock of the two medicines in the Centre without maintaining stock register as it would add to her administrative work which would effect her main functions under the Scheme.
  • To share information collected under ICDS Scheme with the ANM. However, ANM will not solely rely upon the information obtained from the records of AWW.
  • To bring to the notice of the Supervisors/ CDPO any development in the village which requires their attention and intervention, particularly in regard to the work of the coordinating arrangements with different departments.
  • To maintain liaison with other institutions (Mahila Mandals) and involve lady school teachers and girls of the primary/middle schools in the village which have relevance to her functions.
  • To guide Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) engaged under National Rural Health Mission in the delivery of health care services and maintenance of records under the ICDS Scheme.
  • To assist in implementation of Kishori Shakti Yojana (KSY) and motivate and educate the adolescent girls and their parents and community in general by organzing social awareness programmes/ campaigns etc.
  • AWW would also assist in implementation of Nutrition Programme for Adolescent Girls (NPAG) as per the guidelines of the Scheme and maintain such record as prescribed under the NPAG.
  • Anganwadi Worker can function as depot holder for RCH Kit/ contraceptives and disposable delivery kits. However, actual distribution of delivery kits or administration of drugs, other than OTC (Over the Counter) drugs would actually be carried out by the ANM or ASHA as decided by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.
  • To identify the disability among children during her home visits and refer the case immediately to the nearest PHC or District Disability Rehabilitation Centre.
  • To support in organizing Pulse Polio Immunization (PPI) drives.
  • To inform the ANM in case of emergency cases like diahorrea, cholera etc.?

How does the Anganwadi System Work?
The Anganwadi system in one village/ area is managed by a single Anganwadi worker, who is chosen from the community and has been trained for four months in areas such as health, nutrition and childcare. Each Anganwadi worker covers a population of about 1000 people.

It is heartening to know that there more than a million Anganwadi centers in India, employing more than 2 million workers, who are mostly female and intuitive to the health needs of the region. For a country where illness, child mortality, illiteracy and poverty co-exist, this comes as a refreshing statistic.

MukhyaSevika – The Supervisor of Anganwadi Workers
For every 10 Anganwadi workers, there is an Anganwadi Supervisor to provide on-the-job guidance, who is also known as Mukhya Sevika. Apart from the healthcare, nutrition and educational work, the following are the responsibilities of the Anganwadi Supervisor:

  • Checks the list of beneficiaries from the low economic strata, who are severely malnourished,
  • Guides AWWs in the assessment of correct ages of children, correct method of weighing the children, and plotting their weights on growth charts,
  • Demonstrates to the AWWs the effective methods of providing health and nutrition education to mothers, and
    Maintains the statistics of the Anganawadis

The Mukhya Sevikas, in turn, report to the Child Development Projects officer (CDPO)

How does the Anganwadi System help?
India is home to over-population, mal nutrition, poverty, unemployment, low literacy levels and more, with a target to make healthcare accessible and affordable for everyone. Given the urgency of healthcare issues, child mortality, mal nutrition, etc., our country needs high number of medical and healthcare professionals to cater to the population that is now running into billions. Faced with acute shortage of skilled professionals, the Government’s ICDS scheme is using the local population to help meet its grand goals.

The Anganwadi worker hails from the village where she works and has her finger on the pulse of the health of the village, its people and children.

Apart for the healthcare knowledge that she possesses and gained over a period of time, the Anganwadi worker is so entrenched in the general affairs of the household that she is in a better position to understand the real malady behind the healthcare issues. These latent problems of the household or community could range from relationship issues, daily hassles, sanitation, nutrition, social, peer pressure, and much more. Given the definition of health – the physical, metal, social, spiritual wellbeing of an individual, the Anganwadi worker perhaps has the best insight into the people’s health of her region.

While educated doctors, learned nurses and seasoned professionals are excellent in their work and skills, they mostly lack the social skills and expertise which is more than necessary in interacting with the rural folk. An anganwadi worker is well versed in the ways of the village, knows the people by their names, interacts with them on regular basis and may also has an personal relationship with the people.

Anganwadi workers need to have good communication skills. They are usually adept in using the right language, metaphors and allusions for convincing people to act in a certain way. Religious customs and sentiments work best for them.

Here is an interesting account of how the Anganwadi worker convinced the villagers from defecating on open land. From shaming the defecators, convincing the women of the house, to citing the sacred texts that emphasized cleanliness and took the sanitary hygiene of the village to much higher level than one can imagine. Such is the power of the Anganwadi worker.

Some Anganwadi workers are very enterprising. Like the ones in Tamil Nadu, trhey have taken the initiative of growing kitchen gardens to help meet the nutritional needs and achieve the objectives of reducing mal nutrition of 0-6 year olds. So far 200 kitchen garden initiatives have been undertaken where Anganwadi workers will be trained in laying the gardens and growing crops, on one cent of land allotted to them. …

With minimum qualification to boot, an Anganwadi worker is deemed wise in the ways of the village and in the duties that she performs. Their understanding, communication skills and approach is needed to implement the grand projects of the state and central Governments, making them the most vital link in delivering the ‘health for all’ mission.

81 comments… add one

  • Siddique Khan April 29, 2011, 8:42 pm

    What is the minimum qualification for an Anganwadi worker in Rajasthan ??????????????

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  • Atul July 5, 2011, 4:21 pm

    Excellent information provided about anganwadi system. It is time these workers are also taken care of in terms of health & old age income.

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  • sarvan rikhi August 4, 2011, 3:44 pm

    if goverment give some extra activity for child and staff must become well educated

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  • yamuna joida August 30, 2011, 7:55 pm

    namaste. information is good. anganwadi workers and helpers are working more. government should regularise their jobs in the interest of our country.

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  • Rajni saini October 13, 2011, 10:26 am

    what qhaulification of superwiser in india in aganwadi . I am a commerce student . but I am inspire this job and want to do this job.

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  • rohit kumar November 2, 2011, 4:26 pm

    i want to work for aganwari what is qualification & what is the right way to work in my place

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  • ak pandey November 8, 2011, 3:49 pm

    good
    inf

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  • raju rana November 17, 2011, 12:54 pm

    my add is bistupur jamshedpur jharkhand 831001 thear is no any anganwadi kendra
    please help me ph no.09279583457,09234893459,09234478338,
    plz.treeyt urgent this is emargency.

    thanks
    raju rana

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  • dipika February 3, 2012, 7:09 pm

    hey
    you are doing good job…
    i m graduate and b.ed..
    i want to start anganwadi in ghaziabad( kaushambi).
    plz help me??????????????

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  • Rahul February 5, 2012, 7:24 am

    Hi
    if Anganwadi sevika not performing har Duty well, then where we should given the complaint in Bihar.

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  • Rani February 5, 2012, 4:47 pm

    what is process to be a Anganwadi supervisor ?How much experience need to become a supervisor from Anganwadi worker?and what are salary for mini Anganwadi worker and rewards,and growth ?

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  • DIPAK KUMAR AICH February 18, 2012, 6:43 pm

    THIS IS THE RIGHT TIME TO THINK SERIOUSLY TO HAVE OUTCOME FROM ALL THE AWW CENTRES REGARDING THE EMERGENT LITERACY LEVEL FOR THE CHILDREN WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENT WHEN THERE IS NO SUCH A GOOD PRESCHOOL EDUCATION PROGRAMME FOR THE CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN INDIA EXCEPT ONE OR TWO STATES THEIR INDIVIDUAL EFFORT FOR ACHIEVING IT.

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  • venus calton February 22, 2012, 12:09 pm

    What is process to be a Anganwadi superivisor? I am graduated from Delhi University,and i want to know that How much experience need to become a supervisor from Anganwadi worker?Plz reply as soon as possible in my e mail id.

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  • kavita April 21, 2012, 4:03 pm

    Hi, I have done B. Com, from tcc, gandhidham i want to know whats the prosissure of supervisor? please reply as soon as possible in mail id. thank you.

    Reply
  • Pushpendra Kumar May 3, 2012, 10:20 am

    Where to give compliant related to unprocess of recruitment of Anganwadi members in Unnao,Uttar Pradesh.
    Please provide me information as soon as possible

    Thanx

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  • Sachin chaugule June 14, 2012, 3:41 pm

    Hi good informatin. i want informatimn, any aganwadi seveka take transfer within state?

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  • suman July 26, 2012, 2:16 pm

    i want do job in angan wadi supervisor post so palz inform me for vacancy

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  • Rajvinder Kaur July 28, 2012, 3:59 pm

    I am physically challange but very strong ambitions. I am B.com pass . I want to get job of supervisor in angan wadi.

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  • DIPAK KUMAR AICH July 28, 2012, 6:05 pm

    MR/ MRS rajvinder kaur , u should try to have some special education of Rehabilitation council of india, even u can do it from distance mood from ingou, u try to look for it , that will be appropriate for u.

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  • indira August 4, 2012, 8:40 pm

    qualification to become anganwadi worker

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  • chandan kumar August 18, 2012, 7:22 pm

    very important information provided by u..thanx
    AWWs are doing their duties very well so it is Govt. duty to regularise them..

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  • bharati chudasama September 6, 2012, 7:52 am

    i m m.a. pass and from sc.and working as aanganwadi sewika at andheri sinxe 10yrs.is any chances for me for pramotion as superwiser.pls inform.

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  • mala shakya October 4, 2012, 10:02 am

    Dear Sir/Mam,

    I want to do job in angan wadi as a teacher post so palz inform me for vacancy.

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  • nisha saini October 4, 2012, 10:34 am

    i want to job in aganwari,its my dream,please give one..canse

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  • nisha saini October 4, 2012, 10:34 am

    i want to job in aganwari,its my dream,please give one..canse

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  • nisha saini October 4, 2012, 10:43 am

    i want to do job in aganwari as ateacher post so palz inform me for vacancy.

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  • MANISHA KUMARI JHA October 4, 2012, 11:46 am

    what qhaulification of superwiser in india in aganwadi . I am a art student in this year i have completed my master degree M.A IN HOME SCIENCE FROM KANPUR UNIVERSITY WITH IIND DIV. PLZ GUIDE ME FOR ANGANWADI JOB OPPORTUNITIES . but I am inspire this job and want to do this job.

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  • raj ratni October 6, 2012, 7:43 pm

    what is the qualification for anganwadi superwiser…salary and age????

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  • raj ratni October 6, 2012, 7:44 pm

    what is the qualification for anganwadi teacher…salary and age??

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  • Sudesh devi October 8, 2012, 3:19 pm

    what is the qualification for anganwadi superwiser and anganwadi teacher plz tell me i am intersting for doing this job

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  • arvind October 14, 2012, 11:55 pm

    I am from a village of bihar. In my village the aganwari people no following any thing that above mentioned. The boys or girls who used to go to aganwari kendra. They dont get good drinking water, no toilets, they used to seat near cowdung. Which produce bad smell. They get same food every day….they alsoo dont get another usefull benefit..
    Where should i complain for this problem please mail me or take some action…they are corrupted people

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  • dr bhaskar October 23, 2012, 8:06 pm

    Sir/madam . I resently joined in PHC in andhra pradeshk.here AWW they dont know ,how to moniter &plot groth charts as a medical officer can i verify their records &do nessasary corrections.please reply me as early as possible.

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  • sonam rastogi October 31, 2012, 6:52 pm

    my mom wants to teach kids in agawari
    how can we proceeds

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  • renu November 16, 2012, 10:48 pm

    dear, sir/madam. i want to know that what is the qualification and age for anganwadi supervisor and anganwadi teacher . i am intresting for doing this job pls help me .palz infrom me for vacancy thank you .palz reply me as early as possible

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  • chandrikaben s munia November 21, 2012, 3:58 pm

    What is process to be a Anganwadi superivisor? I am graduated from Delhi University,and i want to know that How much experience need to become a supervisor from Anganwadi worker?Plz reply as soon as possible in my e mail id.

    Reply
  • chandrikaben s munia November 21, 2012, 4:00 pm

    What is process to be a Anganwadi superivisor? I am graduated from gujarat University,and i want to know that How much experience need to become a supervisor from Anganwadi supervisor?Plz reply as soon as possible in my e mail id.

    Reply
  • chandrikaben s munia November 21, 2012, 4:02 pm

    dear, sir/madam. i want to know that what is the qualification and age for anganwadi supervisor and anganwadi teacher . i am intresting for doing this job pls help me .palz infrom me for vacancy thank you .palz reply me as early as possible

    Reply
  • seoroy December 2, 2012, 3:18 am

    The Anganwadi Workers of India – Connecting for Health, Education, Childcare at the Grassroots Level Reading this write-up – the gift of one’s time

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  • Neha December 14, 2012, 3:40 pm

    I wanna opn aanganwadi in my locality, wts d procedure of it
    I hv done b.ed nd PG.
    Plz help..?

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  • Dhanendra Rana December 14, 2012, 7:55 pm

    What is proposed plan to increase honorarium of anganwadi workers and how much.

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  • mina December 17, 2012, 11:56 am

    i am working as angadwadi worker. i want to apply for angadwadi supervisor. plz guide. how to know vacancy and application….9099936686

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  • sushma gusain December 18, 2012, 3:07 pm

    dear, sir/madam,
    I want to know that what is the qualification and age for anganwadi Teacher & anganwadi Helper . I am intresting for doing this job pls help me palz infrom me for vacancy thank you .palz reply me as early as possible
    Thanking you

    ( SUSHMA GUSAIN)
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  • rashmi gupta January 2, 2013, 9:30 am

    dear sir/madam-
    i want to know that what is the qualification & age for anganvadi supervisor andangnvadi
    teacher.
    i am intresting for doing this job pls help me.
    pls inform me for vacancy thankyou.
    pls reply me asearly aspossible.

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  • shanta pandey January 6, 2013, 5:03 pm

    i want to know that what is the qualification & age for anganvadi supervisor aagannvadi
    teacher.
    i am intresting for doing this job pls help me.
    pls inform me for vacancy
    pls reply me

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  • sreedhar January 8, 2013, 12:33 am

    Its a very good scheme and most of the Anganwadi workers/ helpers are doing a very good job. keep it up.

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  • jahanur January 9, 2013, 7:17 am

    Dear Sir/madam,

    what was the time-table for running angamwadi centre during 2002 to june 2011 in Assam ?

    Plz mail to me or contact on 9864144457/9613123063

    Reply
  • Rajan February 1, 2013, 12:47 am

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    My wife is already working in anganwadi U.P. I want to know about what is the procedure for transfer from one District to other District in U.P.

    Please contact me as soon as possible on +91-9711151568 ( Rajan )

    Reply
  • Pappu Singh February 28, 2013, 9:50 pm

    namaskar friends. main ye janana chahta hu ki budget 2013-14 me anganwadi worker ke madey me vradhi ki gayi hai ki nhi. aur yadi hui hai to kitni. plz post.

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  • anila kotnala March 4, 2013, 4:41 am

    I am intersting for doing this job pls help me pls inform me for vacancy pls reply me my cont 9313766692

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  • anila kotnala March 4, 2013, 4:44 am

    iam interting for doing this job pls

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  • ipsita barik March 12, 2013, 8:28 am

    i would like to know that , the children of migrant workers’ can be benefited by which anganwadi centre?

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  • Sagarika May 14, 2013, 8:46 am

    I am a mini aanganwadi worker.i hve more population.i want my centre to do additional centre.

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  • neelam June 4, 2013, 7:53 am

    my sister is in anganwadi and she is in problem the problem is this her landlord never waiting for the rent and her department will delaying for paying the payment and her landlord talk with her in abuse language and never giving her entry in the room and the stationary is also under in the landlord no one of department supporting to her seniors is also hied so what she do this time and where she complain about this she is in mukundpur anganwade delhi and she is working from 5 to 6 year with anganwadi her name is marry sosan

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  • PALLAVI June 7, 2013, 12:56 pm

    SIR/MAM.MERI MOTHER AWW HAI .UNKE SATH HAMESA YHI PROBLEM HAI KI SABOKA POSAHAR HAR MONTH AA JATA HAI LEKIN MERI MOTHER NE YE JAB SE JOIN KIYA HAI HAR EK SAL ME SIRF 7-8 POSAHAR ATA HAI.

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  • dalchand June 10, 2013, 4:03 am

    how much salary of anganwadi supervisor

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  • ashish badani June 16, 2013, 2:13 pm

    Reta devi jo ki hamare mohalle ki anganvadi kendar ki sanchalika hai. hamare beta
    ka jiska age 7 month hai jise aaj tak kisi bhi prakar ka posak aahar milna chahiye kabhi bhi nahi di kahne par kahti hai ye aapke like ka nahimy hai &kota pura ho chuka hai .
    Isliye sambandhit vibhag se request hai ki is matter ki received kare or karwai kare taki aage se or kisi bhi bachhe ka aahar na dene ki kosis na kare
    My name aashish bhadani
    village kharagdiha
    p.s jamua
    Dist -Giridih
    jharkhand
    Mobile no-09015251415

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  • nagina ram June 18, 2013, 5:20 pm

    anganwari sevika mandey badha hai ki nahi

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  • Rudra Pratap Singh June 22, 2013, 11:12 am

    What is the need minimum educational qualification for the appointment for aganwadi sevika?

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  • nirmal August 18, 2013, 3:17 pm

    They never the payment on time its not too much amount but never pay on time just its to give tension to a widow and a divorce lady that how to manger her home and children better to forget to work in anganwadi.

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  • B l prajapati August 21, 2013, 3:18 pm

    Sabhi ko raksha bandan ki hardik subhakamnay

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  • B l prajapati August 27, 2013, 12:24 am

    Mp me aganwadi karkarta /shayka /mini aganwadi karkarta ka 1000 rupee mandey bda kaibnet se mili manjuri

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  • shadmaan September 8, 2013, 3:42 am

    Govt. Should have to increase the monthly package so as to make the scheme more better and due the wide increase in economy from past few years it’s seem to be more convenient

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  • yogesh September 21, 2013, 4:49 am

    such anganwadi sevika worked with hard but mandhan is very low

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  • mrs urmeet kaur September 24, 2013, 9:13 am

    wants to start for poor children age 2yrs to 12 yrs ,aganwadi ,pl help me and guide us

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  • MANJU DEVI December 19, 2013, 2:16 pm

    sir mai manju devi w/o-prabhat kumar
    vill-puranidih(bajhia) prakhand-kotwa
    dist-eastchamparan motihari
    state-bihar
    sir mere gaw me abhi tak aangnwadi kendra ka chaynit nahi hua hai kyoki mera gaw kotwa block me padta hai

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  • K Varada February 3, 2014, 5:22 am

    This web site is very informative about AWWs. I never knew what they are. Are there any awards or recognition given to encourage them?

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  • bina parvin February 9, 2014, 2:41 pm

    Iam an anganwadi worker. I am serving in this post during 2007. now i have done marriage . my sub centre is at madarihat block and i marriaged at sadar block jalpaiguri. it is so far and i am fassing difficulties for daily journey. it is imposible for me doing centre. now i am applied for tramsfer my job from madarihat block to sadar block jalpaiguri. i have applied 2 years ago. but no any information/response received from the department.please inform me about the transfer of my job

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  • puspa tandi February 26, 2014, 6:13 am

    very good day

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  • BALAJI March 12, 2014, 8:14 am

    what is the retirement benefits for All grade of anganvadi workers?

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  • Puja Dang May 30, 2014, 4:11 pm

    I love kids & I am interested for doing job in Angnwadi in Ghaziabad .I have 2 yrs diploma in N.T.T Please inform for vacancy thanks you . Pls reply me as soon as possible.

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  • indu July 15, 2014, 8:58 am

    mai faridabad ki nivasi hu. sec 24mujjesar mai rhti hu. yha anganbadi mai kam krne wale worker,teacher laprwahi kr rhe hai. study nhi krate or khana bi kaisa bi bna dete hai. or kai bar toh khane mai kide paye gye hai.ye bacho ke health ke sath laprwahi kr rhe hai. apse requset hai ki ap is laprwahi ko roke.

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  • poonam August 21, 2014, 11:39 am

    i have done the cource of anganvadi but i am not getting the form please help me

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