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National Programme of Nutritional Support to Primary Education. Mid Day Meal Scheme. 1. the launch. 15 th August 1995 : 3 Kg dry food grain/month. November 2003 : 3140 Government School in 19 districts. October 2007 : Extended to Upper Primary Schools. issues addressed.

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the launch

  • 15 th August 1995 : 3 Kg dry food grain/month.
  • November 2003 : 3140 Government School in 19 districts.
  • October 2007 : Extended to Upper Primary Schools..
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issues addressed

  • Access to MDM
    • Revisiting the enrolment
    • Maximum coverage
    • Average participation
  • Quality
    • Availability of prescribed amount to children
    • Proper meal distribution
    • Availability of sufficient cooking and feeding utensils
    • Inclusion of fruits and eggs
    • Cooked rice residue water being used to cook lentils
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issues addressed

  • Process simplification
    • Electronic transfer of funds to school
    • Treasury withdrawal
  • Monitoring
    • Three tier real time monitoring system
    • 6000 thousand schools being covered
    • New inspection module
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issues addressed

  • Food safety and hygiene
    • SoP
    • Capacity building of officials and SVSS
    • Advisories
    • Hand washing
    • Multiple taps
    • Pre tasting of food
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achievements

  • Sense of accountability and responsibility in the officials and teachers about the MDMS.
  • Mid Day Meal is served in almost all the schools on all the school days.
  • Sensitivity about the scheme in all the stake holders.
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Size of Programme, 2010-11

  • Food grains : 108100.00 M.T
  • FG Cost : 6111.57 lakhs
  • 3. Conversion Cost : Central : 21812.70 lakhs
          • : State : 10000.00 lakhs
  • 4. MME : Central : 631.99 lakhs
  • 5. Transportation Cost : Central : 810.76 lakhs
  • 6. Kitchen Sheds : Central : 0.00 lakhs
          • : State : 0.00 lakhs
  • Kitchen devices : Central : 0.00 lakhs
  • Expenditure : Central : 76.29%
  • : State : 56.60%
children availing mdm
children availing MDM

no. of Children

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number of meals served

No. meals served

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food grains availability and utilization

71 %

71 %

67 %

63 %

Food grains (in Mt)

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utilization of cooking cost

Cooking Cost ( Lakhs Rs)

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utilization of MME and transport assistance

50%

lakh Rs.

33%

Amount (in Lakhs Rs.)

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Coverage and performance inference

01.04.2010 to 31.12.2010

percentage

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Financial Proposals for MDMS : 2011-12

(All figures in lakh Rs.)

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microlevel monitoring system

State level Monitoring Cell

  • Officer In charge
  • Monitoring Coordinator
  • Information Support Personnel

Information

Analysis

DSEs & BEEOs

District Level Monitoring Cell

  • Officer In charge
  • Information Support Person

Information

Analysis

BEEOs

Block Level Monitoring Cell

  • Officer In charge
  • Information Support Person

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Schools and VECs

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Capacity building in food safety

Human Resource Development Dept.

DPE

UNICEF

SGS

Standard Operating Procedures

Food Safety Protocols

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State Level Training of DSEs & DEOs

District Level Training of BEEOs, BPOs, BRPs, CRPs.

Cluster Level Training of the

Saraswati Vahinis

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