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Malnutrition rates have been declining in India, but the absolute numbers of stunted (short for age) (46.6 million), wasted (low weight for height) (25.5 million), and anaemic children (73 million under-3 children) are still a concern. With a prodigious challenge of triple burden of malnutrition -- under-nutrition, over-nutrition and micro-nutrient malnutrition -- facing India
se schemes incentivise incremental production. The total budgetary outlay for these schemes is Rs. 1.96 lakh crores or $26 billion. On average 5% of the production value is provided as an incentive. This implies that the minimum production in the country as a result of the PLI schemes stands to be around $520 billion in five years.