After calculating the malnutrition through weight-for-age method among the different castes, researcher has found, 67 percent of upper caste children are found normal and 33 percent children are found malnourished. And again, 52 percent of schedule caste children are found malnourished and 48 percent of schedule caste children are found normal. This means upper caste’s children are found more normal than the schedule caste children. And schedule caste children are found more malnourished than the upper caste children. Hence the conclusion is, schedule caste children are found more malnourished that the upper caste children in jawali village. The reason behind this malnutrition is the various socio-economic factors like poverty, caste discrimination. ICDS and FPS facilities could help to improves the nutritional status of schedule caste children, but discrimination of schedule caste children are also found in ICDS and PDS shop functioning. This two important institution could reduce the discrimination but they are also not functioning properly and hence due to this schedule caste children are deprived in terms of the malnutrition.