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  1. Mid Day Meal Scheme PAB-MDM Meeting – Rajasthan 28.3.2014 Ministry of HRD Government of India

  2. Review of Implementation of MDMS in RAJASTHAN (Primary + Upper Primary)(1.4.2013 to 31.12.2013) Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  3. Issues from Appraisal of AWP&B 2014-15 • The State has reported that Payment of honorarium to cook-cum-helpers is made in cash in all 33 Districts. • The Remuneration of cooks and helpers is not made available in 30% visited schools even after 3 months. .(JRM & MI) • High mismatch between utilization cooking cost and food grain in Karauli (43%), Pratapgarh and Jaisalmer (23%), Bundi (21%), Pali (14%) Sikar (13%) and Jaipur(12%) • Cooking cost is not made available in advance in 68% visited schools. In Naguar only 02 sample schools (6%) received cooking cost in advance, whereas 33 schools (94%) did not receive cooking cost in advance. The duration of delay in all the 33 sample schools was more than 30 days.(JRM & MI)

  4. Cont… • Akhaya Patra and Annapurana Mahila Sahakari Samiti are not functioning as per MoU. (JRM) . • Naandi Foundation centralized kitchens do not adhere to the prescribed menu and cook food using their own discretion in Bikaner. • The cooked food of Nandi Foundation in Bikaner is below the expected standard. Chapattis are hard and at times half-cooked and the taste of food is poor. • None of the centralized kitchen provides helpers to serve the food to the children in the schools (Nandi Foundation in Bikaner, Adamya Chetna and Akshaya Patra in Jodhpur. • The overall quality of food provided by 3 visited centralized kitchens is poor as compared with the food prepared at school level.

  5. Cont.. • Inadequate cooking utensils. (MI) • Medical check up of cooks been done only in 29.7% schools, while it should be compulsory every year. • MDM logo has been displaced at appropriate place on the wall only in 2% schools. • Toll free telephone facility does not exist in any of the school. • In churu availability of the first aid medical kit was not reported in 27% schools in 29% in Jhunjhunu and 63% in Nagaur • In Churu Potable water for drinking purpose was not available in 12 sample schools (32%) .

  6. Best Practices • State Review Mission Constituted. • Nutri-Farm Initiative with Maize and Bajara Recipes (Pilots Started) • Health Hygiene and Safety Guidelines issued. • Dovetailing Untied funds of Gram panchayat etc. for construction of kitchen cum store. • Trainings to the cook-cum-helpers have been commenced with.

  7. Coverage of Children: Enrolment Vs Achievement (Pry) No. of Children (in lakhs) 73% 76% 72% ASER 2013: 66.1% of the enrolled children were present on the day of visit Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  8. Coverage of Children: Enrolment Vs Achievement (U. Pry) No. of Children (in lakhs) 82% 85% 62% ASER 2013 :67% of the enrolled children were present on the day of visit Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  9. Less Coverage of Children vis-à-vis enrolment( Primary) State Level Anemia= 2.4 Adolescent girls = 21.9 Cont….

  10. % Non Coverage of Children vis-à-vis enrolment(Upper Primary) State Level Anemia= 2.4 Adolescent girls = 21.9

  11. Nutritional Aspects identified by the 5th Joint Review Mission Rajasthan N = Boys - 511 Girls - 593

  12. Rajasthan (Single Ration Blocks) N = Boys - 372 Girls - 451

  13. Rajasthan (Double Ration Blocks, Baran) N = Boys - 139 Girls - 142

  14. Comparison of data: MIS vs AWP&B 105% Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  15. % Mismatch in AWP&B and MIS % Cooking cost Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  16. Performance Score Card Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  17. Proposals and Recommendations Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  18. Proposals for 2014-15: Children (Primary) No. of children (in lakhs) Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  19. Proposals for 2014-15: Children (Upper Primary) No. of children (in lakhs) Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  20. Thank You Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  21. Component-wise Performance under Primary Stage Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  22. Component-wise Performance under Upper Primary Stage Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  23. Coverage Institutions: Existing Vs Achievement (Pry) No. of Institutions 100% 100% 100% ASER, 2013 - MDM was served in 85.0% schools on the day of visit. Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  24. Coverage Institutions :Existing Vs Achievement (U.Pry) No. of Institutions 100% 100% 100% ASER, 2013 - MDM was served in 85.0% schools on the day of visit. Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  25. Coverage : Children Approval Vs Achievement (NCLP) No. of Children 35% Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  26. Coverage : Working Days Approval Vs Achievement (Pry & U.pry) No. of Working Days 99% 100% 100% Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  27. Approval Vs Achievement: Number of Meals (Pry + UPry.)upto 3rd QTR No. of Meals (in crore) 89% 99% 84% Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  28. FOOD GRAIN : ALLOCATION vs. UTILISATION Quantity in MTs 64% 92% 58% Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  29. Foodgrains : Opening Balance, Allocation & Lifting (1.4.13 to 31.12.13) Foodgrains (in Thousand MTs) 60% 58% Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  30. Payment of cost of Food grains to FCI upto 31.12.2013 Cost of Food Grain (Rs. In Lakh ) 100% Outstanding position against issue of foodgrains under MDM Scheme upto 31.12.2013 is Rs. 1885.53 (61%) Lakh Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  31. COOKING COST: ALLOCATION vs UTILISATION Rs in Lakh 67% 69% 60% Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  32. Approval Vs Achievment Engagement of Cooks-cum-Helpers during 1.4.12 to 31.12.12 Primary + Upper Primary No. of CCH 98% 2567 CCH not engaged Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  33. Honorarium to Cooks-cum-Helpers Central Share in allocation : 9538.73 Lakh State Share in allocation : 3179.58 Lakh Rs. In Lakh Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  34. MME: ALLOCATION vs UTILISATION Rs in Lakhs 79% 69% 68% Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  35. Transportation Assistance : ALLOCATION vs UTILISATION Rs in Lakhs 53% 56% 36% Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  36. Achievement up to 2013-14 (Kitchen cum Stores) Total Sanctioned Physical : 77298 Financial : Rs. 47135.86 Progress (in %) 44539 27137 5622 ASER 2013: Kitchen shed for cooking mid day meal in 85.3% schools Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  37. Achievement up to 2013-14 (Kitchen Devices) Total Sanctioned Physical : 103253 Financial : Rs. 5162.65 Progress (in %) Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  38. Availability of Infrastructure Availability in % schools ASER data -2013 Usable toilets for girls 65.2%. Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  39. Coverage : School Health Programme No. of Institutions 91% De-worming 75% Schools IFA Distributed in 70% Schools 85273 schools Vitamin 'A' Distributed 59% Schools Spectacles 17% Schools Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  40. Coverage : School Health Programme Total Enrolment 6770832( Pry & U.Pry) No. of Children in Lakh 86% 83% 46% 66% 55% 109743 Distribution of spectacles to Children Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  41. Proposal for Cook-cum-helper engaged in MDM Scheme 2567 CCH not engaged Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  42. Proposal for Construction of Kitchen-cum-Store Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  43. Proposal for Procurement of Kitchen Devices No kitchen devices sanctioned in the year 2008-09 hence not eligible for replacement Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  44. Pre requisite steps for submission of AWP& B 2014-15

  45. Contd….

  46. The MDM Logo should be Widely Publicized. It may be Painted at prominent Places on the outside wall of the school. Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  47. Dining Hall in Tripura Thank You Thank you Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

  48. Issues of JRM • Delay in payment of cooking cost to the schools. • Delay in payment of Honorarium to Cook cum helpers. • The weekly menu of Mid-day Meal does not comply with the national provisions of food grains and pulses. • Variation in quality of the food grain stored in FCI Godown, godown of Transport agency and storage of Annapurna Samiti. • Akhaya Patra and Annapurana Mahila Sahakari Samiti are not functioning as per MoU. • Convergence with Schools health program needs to be improved. • Raw food grains and vegetables items are invariably not weighed. • Record of raw food items given to cooks is not properly maintained. • Variation in raw weights of food items reported by the teacher (MDM in charge) and by cooks with former reporting higher amounts based on provision norms. • Records are not maintained for number of children present and actual MDM availed in the some of the visited schools. • Cooking and washing area was found to be swampy and unhygienic in some of the visited schools. • Non display of MDM Logo and entitlement of the children for public awareness in most of the visited schools. • No water testing conducted at the school level. • Poor health condition of cook-cum-helpers. • Record maintenance at school needs more attention.

  49. Recommendations of JRM Honorarium to Cooks: there are huge delays in payment of honorarium. JRM recommended that passbooks should be issued to the cook-cum-helpers and payment to be made through E-transfer to cut delays. Cooking Cost: Joint Review mission observed that there was a delay of 02 months approximately in payment of cooking cost in both the districts. State government has implemented the E-transfer of the funds from Block to schools, but the delay is still observed in transferring the fund from district to block. Inspection and monitoring of Transport agency`s godown:JRM recommends the regular inspection and monitoring of the storage of the Transport agency`s godown at district and block level. Kitchen-cum-stores should be constructed on top priority:In large number of schools kitchens are not available. Cooking is done in class rooms and because of lack of stores the provisions are kept in different places. In some cases provisions are kept in class rooms and in some other places in office of the HM. The constructed kitchens are also not uniform. Some are in tin sheds and others are very small Containers for cooking materials be provided. Usage of Agmark certified ingredients especially cooking oil:

  50. Proposal for coverage of children – 2013-14(Primary) No. of children (in lakhs) Q-3 Q-1 Q-2 2013-14 (Proposed) Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India