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Ln DIPLOMA IN NUTRITION AND


ON
HEALTH EDUCATION
Term-End Examination
June, 2018
DNHE-003 : NUTRITION AND HEALTH
EDUCATION

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100


Note : (i) Question No. 1 is compulsory.
(ii) Answer five questions in all.
(iii) All questions carry equal marks.

1. (a) Define community. Give two examples of 2+1


communities.
(b) List four community workers/agencies 2
working with community groups.
(c) List any four important causes for nutrition 2
and health problem in a community.
(d) List any four signs of good physical health 2
of individuals in a community.
(e) Indicate the possible source of information 1
regarding average size of family in a
community.
(f) List two risk factors you would look for as a 2
community worker to identify pregnant
women who needs special attention.
(g) Write two messages you would give to 2
population groups regarding prevention
from parasitic infestation.

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(h) List any two information centred method 2
you were exposed to as part of your student
life.
(i) List any four printed media you may use 2
for nutrition health education.
(j) List any four machine operated devices 2
which can be used to convey messages.

2. (a) What is an action plan for improving the 10


state of community health ? Explain how
you would develop it.
(b) What is demonstration ? Explain its 10
significance and how you will conduct a
nutrition demonstration in a urban slum
setting.

3. - (a) What are teaching aids ? Enlist ten cues 10


you will adopt for making effective teaching
aids.
(b) "Charts are a versatile non-machine aid 10
used to make nutrition and health
education effective." Justify the statement,
highlighting the purpose and different types
of charts available for effective education.

4. (a) Name some of the traditional approaches 2+8


used in nutrition education. Explain any
one briefly.
(b) What do you understand by persuasive 5+1
approach in the context of nutrition
education ? Give one message depicting
persuasive approach in nutrition/health
education.
(c) Enlist the advantages of educational games 4
in nutrition education.

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5. Briefly explain the process of the following
strategies used in a community for health
education. Give two message/themes you would
convey using these strategies : 8+8+4
Woman-to-Woman
- Child-to-Child
6. (a) Differentiate between food supplementation 8
and nutrition education programmes, giving
examples and highlighting their vital role
in action.
(b) What are the objectives and essential 6+6
features of the following programmes :
- ICDS
- MDM
7. (a) What do you understand by participatory 3+5
rural appraisal ? Briefly explain its uses in
nutrition health programmes.
(b) Explain the steps you would adopt in 8
helping the community to "Take Over" after
having implemented a programme. Give
the illustration of the process model you will
adopt.
(c) Define innovators, early adopters in the 4
context of promoting community action.
8. Write short notes on any four of the following :
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(a) Steps in implementing community contact
as a strategy in nutrition and health
education
(b) Advantages and disadvantages of using
models in nutrition education
(c) Merits and limitations of using television in
the context of education communication
(d) Determinants of health
(e) Ballads as a tool for nutrition education

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