Research in Health and Nutritional services provided to human being is so important to underpin both policy making and designing the related programmes or schemes. Though there has been progress in improving health and nutrition of people in India; some challenges remain and new ones have emerged India. The social, economic, and cultural factors influence on health and nutritional status of human beings. The major health problems of the 21st century include nutritional deficiencies and dietary changes in both rural and urban settings. The research in Health and Nutritional services can help to identify the biological and socio-cultural components of solutions to health and nutritional problems. Favorable health and nutritional policies and effective and equitable health and nutritional services are critical to the broader development goal of breaking the cycle of poverty, high fertility, poor health, low productivity and slow economic growth. Hence, the present study is designed to focus on health and nutritional services provided under Integrated Child Development Services scheme.