Cross sectional study was conducted to assess the utilization and satisfaction of Janani Suraksha Yojna packages among postnatal mothers.110 expectant postnatal mothers fulfilling the inclusion criteria were selected by non probability Purposive sampling technique. The tool consisted of Semi structured interview and rating scale. The Tool was divided into Section I- Demographic data, Section II- Self structured questioners on utilization of JSY & Section III: Rating scale for Satisfaction of JSY. All participants fulfilling the criteria were approached, consent was taken & data was collected. The average time taken to fill the questionnaire was almost 15-20 minutes. Results: The findings revealed that, utilization of Janani Suraksha Yojna package among the postnatal mothers is (100%). Where components such as ANC registration, ANC Care, 3 ANC Visits, 2 TT Doses, IFA Tablets, Delivery by health professional, 3 PNC Checkups, PNC care by hp, baby immunized, breast feeding education, Incentives provided, family planning education, Baby checkup by health professionals is being used 100% and components such as Complications identified (41.81%), Complications managed (43.63%), Transport (79%), Information about JSY(95.45%), Immediate admission (82.72%), benefit within a week(98.18%), Rx of sick baby free for 30day(29.09%)is found to be utilized by the postnatal mothers. Level of satisfaction shows that there is 100% satisfaction of Janani Suraksha Yojna among the postnatal mothers, were (78.18%) mothers are fully satisfied, (21.82%) mothers are partially satisfied, and 0% are not satisfied. Conclusion: To conclude with the help of above findings this study provides us with evidence that there is increase in utilization of Janani Suraksha Yojna among the mothers and also satisfaction level is good after utilization of JSY packages.
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Jasmine Jesy. J, Sonawane Prajkta. A Descriptive Study to assess the utilization and satisfaction of Janani Suraksha Yojna (JSY) packages among postnatal mothers admitted in selected Maternity Hospital, Pune. Int. J. Nur. Edu. and Research. 2019; 7(3):344-348. doi: 10.5958/2454-2660.2019.00078.4