A Study on Food Consumption Pattern of The Tibetan College Students in Dalai Lama Institute for Higher Education Bengaluru, Karnataka
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Keywords

Food consumption pattern
Nutritional status
College students
Tibetan Refugees
India

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Namgha, T. (2021). A Study on Food Consumption Pattern of The Tibetan College Students in Dalai Lama Institute for Higher Education Bengaluru, Karnataka. Journal of Education, Management and Development Studies, 1(3), 19–25. https://doi.org/10.52631/jemds.v1i3.42

Abstract

Healthy eating habit is important for college students for overall academic success. Lack of nutrients causes declining health which directly affects academic scores. The objective of the study is to understand the food frequency, dietary diversity, and nutritional status of Dalai Lama Institute for Higher Education students (DLIHE). A total of 114 students participated in this study. Results show that the students are consuming food rich in carbohydrates and fewer fruits and vegetables. Undernutrition was found to be high among the students. The implication of the study can help management head to create a healthy eating habits and improve overall nutrition among the students.

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