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MDM in Lakshadweep UT. April to September, 2012 Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram , Kerala. Display of Logo. 1. Regularity in serving meal:. All schools supply hot cooked meal to their students without any interruption during the course of the academic year 2012-13.

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MDMin Lakshadweep UT

April to September, 2012

Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

Display of Logo

1. Regularity in serving meal:

  • All schools supply hot cooked meal to their students without any interruption during the course of the academic year 2012-13.

2. TRENDS: Extent of variation

3. Regularity in delivering food grains to school level:

  • School collects food grains regularly from

    govt cooperative store in islands

  • no delay in getting the food grains

  • Buffer stock of about one month’s requirement

  • No lifting from FCI

  • Quality of food grains is good

4. Regularity in delivering cooking cost to school:

  • No problem in payment of cooking cost to schools.

  • Cooking cost to island head school thro’ e-transfer every month.

  • Cook & helper are appointed by govt

  • paid by govt very month


  • No discrimination on basis of gender/ caste/ community in cooking or serving or seating arrangements in school.

  • Reason: one & the same community – Muslims.

  • children collect food from a particular place

  • sit on school veranda in groups & dine.

  • In some schools: cook & helpers distribute food

  • Students collect food in line.

  • In other schools: teachers distribute food

  • Dine at classroom / varanda

  • Dining hall

Dining Hall:


  • Menu in all schools

  • Some schools have put up it on notice board.

  • In other schools, the menu in office.

  • Menu by PTA every year.

  • Consultation with VEC.

  • discri

Govt. Junior Basic School (East), Kavartti.

7. variety in the food served


Feedback from children on

  • Quality of meal: good

  • Quantity of meal: adequate

  • children are happy with the food


  • Health Card is about to be given to children

  • Frequency of health check-up: yearly

  • Micronutrients (Iron, folic acid, vitamin – A dosage) & de-worming medicine given by PHD occasionally


  • Cooks and helpers are appointed by the government in the scale of pay equivalent to group D category

  • cook-cum-helpers are paid regularly

  • All cooks & helpers are Muslims


  • All schools have kitchen.

  • constructed some years ago, for the scheme has been in operation for many years.

  • Hence some these could be renovated.

Traditional method of cooking

12. In case, the pucca kitchen shed is not available, where the food is cooked and where the food grains and other ingredients are stored.

  • All schools have kitchen where the cooking is done. Food grains & other ingredients are stored in store room in all schools.

  • Bags of Rice are kept on the floor- moisture

13. Potable water is available for cooking and drinking purpose

14. Availability of utensils: adequate

Modern dining hall attached to kitchen & work area for privileged children

15. Kind of fuel used: firewood


  • cooking is quite safe & hygiene

  • Cooking shed is away from classrooms

  • cooking process & storage of fuel are safe & not posing any fire hazard

  • Fire extinguishers are available in schools.

  • children are encouraged to wash hands before and after eating.

  • children stand in line to collect the food.

  • take meals in an orderly manner.

  • instructed to conserve water.


  • PTA and SMC members visit & support


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