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Mid Day Meals AWP&B 2010-11 Union Territory Administration of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. District Panchayat DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY EDUCATION ( MID – DAY - MEALS ) Dadra and Nagar Haveli. BASIC DATA ABOUT DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI.

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Mid Day Meals

AWP&B

2010-11

Union Territory

Administration of

Dadra and Nagar Haveli


District panchayat department of primary education mid day meals dadra and nagar haveli

District PanchayatDEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY EDUCATION( MID – DAY - MEALS )Dadra and Nagar Haveli


Basic data about dadra and nagar haveli
BASIC DATA ABOUTDADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI

The Dadra and Nagar Haveli was liberated on 2nd August- 1954 from Portugalis and merged with the Indian Union on the 11th August-1961.

D.N.H. is single District.

Total Village Panchayat - 11

Municipal Council - 01

Total villages - 72

Habitation - 572

Government Primary Schools;

1. Primary (Std.I to V) - 270

2.Upper Primary (Std VI to VII ) - 79

Private aided Primary schools ; - 12

Private unaided schools - 09

Medium wise number of Schools;

1. Gujarati - 192

2. Marathi - 69

3. English - 08

4. Hindi - 01

Total……. 270


L i t e r a c y s t a t u s
L I T E R A C Y S T A T U S

  • Overall Literacy rate 57.63%

  • Male Literacy rate 71.18%

  • Female Literacy rate 40.23%

  • Literacy rate of SCs 78.25%

  • Literacy rate of STs 41.24%




RETENTION RATE year 2000-01 to 2009-10


Elementary education implementing agency
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION IMPLEMENTING AGENCY year 2000-01 to 2009-10

The Elementary Education from Std. I to VII transferred to District Panchayat since July-1996 with teaching staff and the ministerial staff on diverted capacity.

MDM Scheme is being implemented by the District Panchayat.

Due to the involvement of elected members of Panchayats in both SSA and MDM implementation, there has been constant and continuous improvement in term of quantity and quality of schools and Education thereof.


Administrative structure
ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE year 2000-01 to 2009-10

C.E.O (DP)/SPD - 01

Education Officer - 01

Asstt. Education Officers - 05

Total Head Master - 24

Total number of teachers

including Daily Wages - 1187

Elementary Education - 821 (Regular)

SSA - 366 (D/ Wages)

Total Students - 43226

Teacher student ratio - 1:36


Preparation of hot cooked mid day meals
PREPARATION OF HOT COOKED MID DAY MEALS year 2000-01 to 2009-10

  • The hot cooked meals are prepared at School Premises by engaging Cooks & Helpers.

  • The cooks are paid Half day wages @ Rs.65.40 and Helpers @ Rs.58.90 for skilled and unskilled labour respectively under minimum wages Act,1948.

  • All Schools have been provided with minimum two gas cylinders with gas chullahs and necessary kitchen devices.

  • The students are provided cooked meals in the plates & glasses for drinking water issued by the department.


Preparation
Preparation year 2000-01 to 2009-10

Meals containing 480 calories and 13 gram of proteins from Std. I-V

  • 100 gram Rice per day per child

  • 020 gram Dal (Tur / Mung) per day per Child

  • Green Vegetables 50 gram every day.

  • Oil & fat 5 grams

  • Salt and Other condiments as per need.

    Meals containing 746 Calories and 19.5 gram Proteins every day

  • 150 gram Rice per day per child

  • 030 gram Dal (Tur / Mung) per day per Child

  • Green Vegetables 75 gram every day.

  • Oil & fat 7.5 grams

  • Salt and Other condiments as per need.

    Supplementary food:

  • Two bananas per day per student, thrice in a week are being provided.


Mid Day Meals Scheme year 2000-01 to 2009-10(Std.I & VII) Weekly Menu


Sanction by pab new delhi for the year 2009 10
Sanction by PAB, New Delhi year 2000-01 to 2009-10for the Year 2009-10


ALLOCATION OF year 2000-01 to 2009-10

FUND AND EXPENDITURE

(FROM U.T. BUDGET)

MID DAY MEALS





Best practice followed in the ut of dadra and nagar haveli
Best practice followed in the during 2009-10UT of Dadra and Nagar Haveli

The evaluation study of MDM conducted by IIE, Pune found satisfactory and they stated that the Children’s are happy with meals served and green vegetables provided in MDM.

In supplementary food, two Bananas are being provided @ Rs.3/- per Student per day thrice in a week to student of Standard I-VII.

Green Vegetables are also being provided @ Rs.0.75 per child per day for all days of the week.


School covered and students benefited under mdm year 2009 10
School covered and students benefited during 2009-10under MDM Year 2009-10



Total requirement of funds 2010 11
Total requirement of Funds during 2009-10(2010-11)

Items Primary Upper Primary Total

Cost of Food grains FREE OF COST

Transportation 3.99 1.74 5.73

Cooking Cost 107.71 (central ) 46.83 (central )

35.72 (State) 15.56 (State )

143.43 62.49 205.92

Honorariums to cooks 34.28 (central ) 2.10 36.38

Kitchen-cum-store 114.00 (central ) 51.75 221.00

38 (State) 17.25

Kitchen Devices 4.10(Central)

1.02(State)

Total 342.01 136.72 478.73


Appraisal notes
Appraisal notes during 2009-10

  • Introduction of banana has improved coverage second quarter onwards

  • Low level of utilization of food grains up to third qtr due to very low utilization in the first quarter

  • Payment of bills of cooking cost for Rs 40.77 lakhs has been cleared adding to the cooking cost for 2009-10

  • Coverage of class VIII may not start till month of December

  • Provision for kitchen shed not indicated in appraisal note


THANK YOU during 2009-10

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