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Mid Day Meal Scheme. MDM-PAB Meeting – Uttar Pradesh o n 28.03.2014. Ministry of HRD Government of India. Review of Implementation of MDMS in UTTAR PRADESH (Primary + Upper Primary) (1.4.2013 to 31.12.2013). Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India. ISSUES by Appraisal of AWP&B 2014-15.

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Mid day meal scheme

Mid Day Meal Scheme

MDM-PAB Meeting – Uttar Pradesh on 28.03.2014

Ministry of HRD

Government of India


Review of implementation of mdms in uttar pradesh primary upper primary 1 4 2013 to 31 12 2013

Review of Implementation of MDMS in UTTAR PRADESH(Primary + Upper Primary)(1.4.2013 to 31.12.2013)

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


ISSUES by Appraisal of AWP&B 2014-15

  • AWP&B Plan not yet submitted by the State through MIS-MDM web portal. MDM-MIS with IVRS is not open for Stakeholders. Since last two years it is password protected..

  • Persistent Low Coverage of children in Shravasti (65% non Coverage in Primary and Upper-Primary). Lowest coverage in Muzaffarnagar (68% non coverage) in Upper Primary. (JRM also reported for Shravasti).

  • Severely malnourished children in UP. 31% of the boys and 21% of the girls in the surveyed districts of UP by JRM. Coverage under School health programme only 59%.

  • In 8697 Govt. Aided Schools, State has not provided Kitchen cum stores

  • In 10 districts very less Utilization of Funds for payment of Honorarium to CCH upto 30% only till December 2013. In Hapur 0% utilization of Honorarium to CCH. Irregular payment ranging from 3-4 months reported in Firozabad, Mainpuri, Jhansi, Banda, Kaushambi, Jaunpur and Aligarh districts. (MI)


Conti…

  • Less days covered in Baghpat and Hathras in Pry and Upry (157 against 172 State level). Interruptions reported in ShravastiMuzaffarnagr, Aligarh and Jaunpur. (JRM & MI )

  • High mismatch between utilization foodgrain and cooking cost in Hapur(48%), Ghaziabad (35%), Meerut (30%) and Bulandshahar(13%)


Nutritional aspects identified by the 5th joint review mission uttar pradesh
Nutritional Aspects identified by the 5th Joint Review Mission Uttar Pradesh

N = Boys - 400

Girls - 489


Best practices
Best Practices Mission

  • Real Time Monitoring through Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS)to supervise the M.D.M. program implementation at school level on day to day basis.

  • Web Based Management Information System : through which reporting is done by the each and every district on monthly basis on the given prescribed format of QPRs by Government of India. All these reports are automatically compiled at the State level and generate the reports as required by the MDMA officials to analyse the information.

  • Web based system for monitoring Payment to FCI and lifting agencies

  • System of online budget allocation and e-payment : State Govt. has opened MadhyanBhojanNidhi for all the schools in the nearest CBS branches. Payment of honorarium to cook-cum-helpers through e-transfer to their accounts.

  • e-Communication All communications including GOs and MDMA circulars, fund and foodgrain releases are sent through emails to District Magistrates, AD Basic, BSAs and officials of the MDMA at Division and District level.

  • Stakeholder Training and Capacity Building is being regularly done.


Coverage enrolment vs achievement pry
Coverage : Enrolment Vs Achievement (Pry) Mission

No. of Children (in lakhs)

62%

53%

54%

ASER, 2013 - 54.7% attendance on the day of visit.

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Coverage children enrolment vs achievement u pry
Coverage : Children Enrolment Vs Achievement (U.Pry) Mission

No. of Children (in lakhs)

48%

50%

53%

ASER, 2013 - 55.1% attendance on the day of visit.

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Non coverage of children vis vis enrolment pry primary 9 districts
% Non Coverage of Children vis-à-vis enrolment (Pry) Mission (Primary – 9 Districts)

State Level Anemia=3.0

Adolescent girls =28.8

State Level Coverage:54%

Last Year poor

Last 3 Years poor Shravasti ,Pilibhit, Barabanki , Bhadohi and Mau


Less coverage of children vis vis enrolment upper primary 18 districts
Less Coverage of Children vis-à-vis enrolment Mission (Upper Primary – 18 Districts)

State Level Anemia=3.0

Adolescent girls =28.8

State Level Coverage:50%

Cont….


Non coverage of children vis vis enrolment upper primary

Cont…. Mission

% Non Coverage of Children vis-à-vis enrolment(Upper Primary)

State Level Coverage:50%

State Level Anemia=3.0

Adolescent girls =28.8

Last 3 Years poor Mau ,Pilibhit


Performance score card
Performance Score Card Mission

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Comparison of data: MIS vs AWP&B Mission

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Mismatch in awp b and mis
% Mismatch in AWP&B and MIS Mission

%

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Proposals and recommendations
Proposals and Recommendations Mission

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Analysis of state s proposal for 2014 15

Analysis of State’s Proposal for 2014-15 Mission

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Proposals for 2014 15 children primary
Proposals for 2014-15: Children (Primary) Mission

No. of children (in lakhs)

As per MIS web portal for the month of May, 2013 Average availed: 6214378

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Proposals for 2014 15 children upper primary
Proposals for 2014-15: Children (Upper Primary) Mission

No. of children (in lakhs)

As per MIS web portal for the month of Sept. 2013 Average availed :2761556

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Thank you

Dining Hall in Tripura Mission

Thank You

Thank you

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Component wise performance under primary stage
Component-wise performance under Primary Stage Mission

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Component wise performance under upper primary stage
Component-wise performance under Upper Primary Stage Mission

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Coverage institutions existing vs achievement pry
Coverage Institutions: Existing Vs Achievement (Pry) Mission

No. of Institutions

91%

94%

97%

ASER, 2013 - MDM was served in 92.1% schools on the day of visit.

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Coverage institutions existing vs achievement u pry
Coverage Institutions :Existing Vs Achievement (U.Pry) Mission

No. of Institutions

98%

97%

99%

ASER, 2013 - MDM was served in 92.1% schools on the day of visit.

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Coverage working days approval vs achievement primary up pry first 3 qtr
Coverage : Working Days Approval Vs Achievement (Primary & Up.Pry) first 3 qtr)

No. of Working Days

105%

94%

94%

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Coverage children approval vs achievement nclp
Coverage : Children Approval Vs Achievement (NCLP) Up.Pry) first 3 qtr)

Schools covered= 755

days covered= 179

No. of Children

85%

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Approval vs achievement number of meals pry u pry first 3 qtr
Approval Vs Achievement: Number of Meals Up.Pry) first 3 qtr)(Pry + U. Pry.first 3 qtr)

No. of Meals (in crore)

79%

102%

79%

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Food grain allocation vs utilisation
FOOD GRAIN : ALLOCATION vs. UTILISATION Up.Pry) first 3 qtr)

Quantity in MTs

57%

74%

60%

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Foodgrains opening balance allocation lifting 1 4 13 to 31 12 13
Foodgrains : Opening Balance, Allocation & Lifting (1.4.13 to 31.12.13)

Foodgrains (in Thousand MTs)

77%

60%

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Payment of cost of food grains to fci upto 31 st december 2013
Payment of cost of Food grains to FCI upto 31 to 31.12.13)st December 2013

Cost of Food Grain (Rs. In Lakh )

59%

As per FCI’s Statement Outstanding position against issue of foodgrains under MDM Scheme upto 30.12.2013 is Rs. 7611 lakh (81%). FCI has intimated the GOI that there is outstanding pendency for the year 2011-12 Rs. 4.40 lakhs and for the year 2012-13 is Rs. 136.93 lakhs.

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Cooking cost allocation vs utilisation
COOKING COST: ALLOCATION vs UTILISATION to 31.12.13)

Rs in Lakh

74%

59%

56%

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Approval vs achievment engagement of cooks cum helpers
Approval Vs Achievment to 31.12.13)Engagement of Cooks-cum-Helpers

Primary + Upper Primary

No. of CCH

92%

33454 CCH not engaged

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Honorarium to cooks cum helpers
Honorarium to Cooks-cum-Helpers to 31.12.13)

Central Share in allocation : 32552.40 Lakh

State Share in allocation : 10850.80 Lakh

Rs. In Lakh

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Mme allocation vs utilisation
MME: ALLOCATION vs UTILISATION to 31.12.13)

Rs in Lakhs

42%

47%

36%

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Transportation assistance allocation vs utilisation
Transportation Assistance : ALLOCATION vs UTILISATION to 31.12.13)

Rs in Lakhs

65%

33%

19%

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Achievement up to 2013 14 kitchen cum stores
Achievement up to 2013-14 (Kitchen cum Stores) to 31.12.13)

Total Sanctioned :

Physical: 122572 Kitchen Cum Stores

Financial : 75000.66 lakh

Progress (in %)

65373

110194

3264

1850

139

303

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Achievement up to 2013 14 kitchen devices
Achievement up to 2013-14 (Kitchen Devices) to 31.12.13)

Total Sanctioned : 222648 including Replacement

Progress (in %)

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Availability of Infrastructure to 31.12.13)

Availability in % schools

ASER data -2013 Usable toilets for girls 44.3%.

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Coverage school health programme
Coverage : School Health Programme to 31.12.13)

No. of Institutions

120%

De-worming 120% Schools

IFA Distributed in 120% Schools

169470

schools

Vitamin 'A' Distributed 0 % Schools

Spectacles 120% Schools

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Coverage school health programme1
Coverage : School Health Programme to 31.12.13)

Total Enrolment 19824273( Pry & U.Pry)

No. of Children in Lakh

59%

59%

59%

59%

36126 Distribution of spectacles to Children

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Proposal for cook cum helper engaged in mdm scheme
Proposal for Cook-cum-helper engaged in MDM Scheme to 31.12.13)

  • 33454 CCH not Engaged.

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Proposal for construction of kitchen cum store
Proposal for Construction of Kitchen-cum-Store to 31.12.13)

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Proposal for procurement of kitchen devices
Proposal for Procurement of Kitchen Devices to 31.12.13)

  • Note ;In the above sanctioned unit of 222648, 178373 new procurement for the year 2006-07 to 2013-14 and 44275 unit for replacement for 2006-07 & 2007-08 is included.

  • Note: The sanction order of GOI dated 26-02-2013 for 604 Units was conveyed to us only in AWP&B 2014-15 appraisal on 11-03-2014.

  • Balance Requirement=4502.

  • 2. Net Pendency for replacement for 2006-07=53129 (62797-9668).

  • 3. Replacement of Kitchen Devices in 2014-15=Sanctioned in year 2008-09 is 46999

  • 4. Total Requirement of Kitchen Devices=4502 (New)+53129(R:2006-07)+46999(R:2008-09)=104630.

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India



Contd
Contd to 31.12.13)….


It may be painted at prominent places on the outside wall of the school

The MDM Logo should be Widely Publicized to 31.12.13).

It may be Painted at prominent Places on the outside wall of the school.

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Thank you1

Dining Hall in Tripura to 31.12.13)

Thank You

Thank you

Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India


Findings of Interim Report by MIs to 31.12.13)

  • Interruption in serving of MDM in 9 schools in district Mujaffarnagar due to non availability of cooking cost. Mid Day Meal was not served in the schools namely Chandpur Tagan, and Sahojini Tagar – II since, December, 2013.

  • Irregular serving in one upper primary school (UPS Ishapur, Jaunpur city) as meal was not served for 10 days in the month of November, 2013 due to non availability of fuel and other material and 02 primary schools in district Aligarh.

  • In Muzaffarnagar 75% visited schools and in Bijnaur all the visited schools have not received cooking cost in advance.

  • Releasing of cooking cost is a problematic area in Mujaffarnagar district This has resulted in discontinuation of MDM in few schools and some times delayed by 2-3 months.

  • The remuneration paid to cooks/helpers has found to be delayed by 3 to 4 months in majority of the sample schools in Firozabad Mainpuri Jhansi Banda Kaushambi, Jaunpur and Aligarh districts)


Conti…. to 31.12.13)

  • In Bijnaur buffer stock was not maintained in any of the visited schools and in district Aligarh, the buffer stock for one month was not found available in about 50 percent of the schools

  • In Muzaffarnagar in 25% visited schools and in Bijnaur in 15% of the visited schools there was no safe cooking as the meals were either cooked in open or the makeshift kitchen very near to the classrooms.

  • Kitchen-cum-store was not available in 6 upper primary schools in Kaushambi and in 6 upper primary schools in Jaunpur

  • Health cards of the children were not maintained in 4 schools in kaushmabi and 4 schools in Jaunpur and the health of children was not checked in 5 primary schools in Kaushambi and in Jaunpur in 4 schools.

  • There was no toilet in 3 primary schools and in one upper primary school in Jaunpur


ISSUES reported by JRM to 31.12.13)

  • Poor nutritional status of Children: Nutritional status of children is very poor in Shravasti. Severely malnourished (BMI below-3SD).  31% of the boys and 21% of the girls in the surveyed districts of UP).

  • Low coverage of children: on an average 44% of children availed MDM against enrolment In Shravasti 37% and in Sitapur 51% children availed MDM against enrolment.

  • Huge Disruptions in serving of MDM:

    • In the months of March, April and few days of July 2013 due to non supply of food grains by Village Pradhans in district Shravasti.

    • In the District in most of the schools of Ikona Block and Hariharpur Rani block, MDM was served for 150 days as against the approval of 234 days during 2012-13.

    • There was also misappropriation of Food Grains by Village Pradhans which led to the disruption

    • No record of Food Grains: maintained by Pradhans in Shravasti.


Cont.., to 31.12.13)

  • Poor Inspection and Lack of Community involvement:

  • There is practically no inspection by block and district level authorities on availability of food grain, cooking of MDM

  • Lack of security in the schools: Cooking devices, Plates fans are stolen frequently..

  • Lack of eating plates. Insufficient water facility and Unhygienic Toilets:

  • State Government has a Toll-Free Number 1800-4190-102 for registration of complaints regarding the implementation of scheme. Toll-Free number was not found to be displayed on the prominent wall of the schools in both the districts.


District issues raised by jrm
District issues raised by JRM to 31.12.13)

  • In Shrawasti out of 227 children, 50 per cent children were normal and 50 per cent were moderately and severely undernourished in primary schools. In upper primary school of Shrawasti district, incidence of under nutrition was higher i.e. 63 per cent. Proportion of under nutrition was higher among upper primary schools showing continued malnutrition with increasing age.

  • In Sitapur district similar trend was observed in primary school i.e. 52 per cent were normal and 48 per cent were having moderate and severe under nutrition, respectively. The condition in upper primary school was better in Sitapur district as the percentage of normal children was 54 per cent and about 46 per cent were undernourished.


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