In Karnataka providing eggs as part of mid day meals has had a positive output. The study was conducted over 4500 students in two districts. There was a “clear evidence of significant improvement” with girls in Class 8 gaining up to 71% more weight than their peers who were not served eggs. The study reveals due to the introduction of eggs and to some extent bananas the Body Mass Index ( BMI) of children ,both boys and girls seem to be improved. It refutes observations of another Karnataka government committee, on the National Education Policy, 2020, which said that serving eggs and meat in midday meals can cause “lifestyle disorders”. In Yadgir under a three month long study between December 2020 and March 2021 the impact of mid day meals was clearly shown. It was visible with the authorities served eggs to one set of students and the other set was provided regular vegetarian meals with milk. No previous studies of mid day meals are available. In Kalyan region of Karnataka which is among its most backward in terms of socio-economic status and education, there is a need for additional protein and calories as per recent analysis. Bananas cannot be a substitute for eggs even though it’s rich in potassium. The studies were done by food scientists, public health experts and economists that comprise to be a 15 member team of Karnataka State Rural Development & Panchayat Raj University . As per report more protein and calories in mid day meals is required in places where eggs are not served.