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WEL COME TO. Mid-Day-Meal Programme. in TRIPURA. How Mid-Day-Meal Programme is being implemented in the state. INDEX. Brief introduction of Tripura Launching of the programme Coverage & universalisation Provision of nutritious food Effective monitoring Good practices

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    1. WEL COME TO Mid-Day-Meal Programme in TRIPURA

    2. How Mid-Day-Meal Programme is being implemented in the state INDEX • Brief introduction of Tripura • Launching of the programme • Coverage & universalisation • Provision of nutritious food • Effective monitoring • Good practices • Impact of the Programme • Status of expenditure in 2012-13 • Proposed Budget for 2013-14

    3. Brief introduction of Tripura

    4. Map of Tripura

    5. Geographical Location : Tripura is one of the small states of seven North-Eastern states. Three sides surrounded by Bangladesh. • Total Area : 10,491.69 Sq. Km • No. of District : 08 • No. of Block : 45 • Population : 36,71,032 • Density : 350 / Sq. Km • Sex Ratio : 1000:961 (Male : Female) • Average Literacy rate : 87.75% • Male Literacy rate : 92.18% • Female Literacy rate : 83.15%

    6. Launching the Programme • MDM was initially launched in 1980 with State fund for the students reading in classes I to V & provided dried food • NP-NSPE started in 1995. • Cooked meal to the Primary children from 1st April 2003. • Cooked meal to the Upper-primary children ( SB Schools) from 1st July 2008 & Upper Primary stage attached to High & H.S. from 6th June 2009.

    7. Coverage & Universalisation

    8. Category of Educational Institutions Stage: Primary (I –V) • Independent Primary Schools (classes I – V) • Primary Sections attached to SB Schools(I-V of SB Schools) • Primary Sections attached to High Schools (I-V of High School) • Primary Sections attached to H.S. Schools (I-V of H.S School) Stage: Upper Primary (VI-VIII) • Upper Primary Sections attached Senior Basic Schools • Upper Primary Sections attached to High Schools. • Upper Primary Sections attached to H.S. Schools.

    9. Basic information Primary Stage (I to V) • Total enrollment: 2012-13 : 3,64,480 (MIS MDM 2012-13) • In last 3 (three)QTRs average 75.78% of children against PAB 2012-13 approved 3,04,000 children availed MDM in 4433 Educational Institutions.

    10. Upper-Primary Stage (VI to VIII) • Enrollment of children in UPS :2,27,189(MIS MDM 2012-13) • In last 3 (three)QTRs average 79.90% of children against PAB 2012-13 approved 1,40,000 children availed MDM in 2078 Educational Institutions.

    11. Provision of nutritious food

    12. Menu and Cost norms Weekly Uniform Menu w.e.f. 13th June 2011. • Monday : Khichudi • Tuesday : Rice and Egg curry • Wednesday : Rice & Veg. curry • Thursday : Rice and Egg curry • Friday : Rice & Veg. curry • Saturday : (Payesh /Khichudi /Rice&Veg. curry) Cost : A. Primary • Total cost norms: Rs. 3.30 per child per day. • Govt. of India’s assistance : Rs. 2.80 & State Govt’s share: Rs. 0.50. • Rice 100 gms. B. Upper –Primary • Total cost norms : Rs. 4.69 per child per day. • Govt. of India’s assistance : Rs. 4.19 & State Govt’s share: Rs. 0.50. • Rice 150 gms.

    13. Reasons for Uniform commomn Menu for MDM • Nutritionally benefit through out the state equally. • Food habits of almost all communities are same. • Control the missuse of cooking cost. • Quality & quantity of MDM can be checked as per • specific fixed menu.

    14. Effective Monitoring

    15. Grievance Redressal • Grievance Redressal Cell was made functional w.e.f. 6.9.2010 • Grievance Redressal Officers have been appointed both at State & District level. • Ten local leading newspapers are being subscribed daily to follow news on MDM. • Total complaints received w.e.f. 01.04.12 to 31.12.2012 : 71 nos • All Complaints have been disposed. I. Remedial Measure Taken : 71 nos. II. Disciplinary Action Taken Against HM / Teachers : 05 nos.

    16. Generating Awareness • Publication of booklets. • Issued periodical advertisements in all leading local newspapers. • Hoardings erected in different locations.

    17. Capacity Building • A State level workshop organized on 31-07-2011 with Women self help groups & PRI bodies. • A two days State level workshop organized on 2nd & 3rd July 2012 with all district level and block level officers of MDM and MIS Data Entry operators. • A State level workshop organized on 09-11-2012. with all district level and block level officers of MDM and MIS Data Entry operators.

    18. State Level Steering Cum Monitoring Committee Meetings of State Level Steering Cum Monitoring Committee held on 01-11-2012 & 24-01-2013 under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary.

    19. Monitoring • Quarterly review meetings are held by the Principal Secretary with the District and Block level officers. • Urban and rural PRI bodies are actively involved in monitoring the implementation of MDM scheme. • District administration actively involved. DMs and SDMs hold periodical review meetings and conduct visit in Schools. • MTA & VEC supervise at school level. • School calendar to ensure the physical presence of mothers’ in school. • Physical presence of at least two mothers at the time of cooking and serving meal.

    20. Mothers are empowered to record their observations regarding the quality and hygiene in MDM Visit Book. • The State also intends to introduce the Integrated Voice Recognition System (IVRS) .

    21. Good Practices

    22. Good Practices • State contribution for cooking cost is Rs. 0.50 only (for both pry. & up. Pry.) per day per student against MHRD prescribed minimum contribution of Rs. 0.32 & Rs. 0.47 only for pry. & Up.Pry. respectively for NE States. • 564 women self-help groups engaged to run MDM. • Uninterrupted timely supply of FAQ food grains through nearest Fair Price Shop. • Uniform varied menu with inclusion of eggs two days in a week & Payesh on Saturday introduced from 13th June, 2011. • Construction of few dining halls with State fund.

    23. Convergence with NRHM, Drinking Water &Sanitation Deptt. & Rural Development Deptt. • Participation in village Health and Nutrition Day orgainsed by District Magistrates. • Growing kitchen gardens in schools. • School Education Deptt. has taken initiatives to provide necessary training to the cook cum helpers by some Institutes of Hotel Management. • School Education Deptt. requested three MP for providing fund to construct Dining Hall.

    24. Health Deptt. conducted Health Check up Programme in 1783 schools during 2012-13 and distributed Iron folic acid tablets and going on throughout the state. • Display of MDM Logo in all schools. • Implementation of WASH programme in all schools. • Presently 137 school units are running on LPG based cooking.

    25. Distribution of Iron-Folic Acid tablet and Spectacle under School Health Programme • Number of Intuitions covered:1783 • Iron-Folic Acid Tablets distributed:5,91,669 • De-worming Tablet distributed:5,91,669 • Spectacle distributed:61 • South & Gomati District Blindness Control Programme provided 79 nos Spectacle.

    26. Impact of the Programme

    27. Impact of the programme • Attendance substantially improved. • Drop-out rate reduced drastically. At Primary level ( I –V ) the Drop-out Rate is : 2.92% & at Upp.Primary level ( VI –VIII ) the Drop-out Rate is : 8.5% • Gender gap in enrolment and attendance narrowed down. • There is no social barrier while serving & taking MDM. • 8990 poor women got employment as Cook cum Helpers.

    28. Status of Expenditure in 2012-13

    29. Status of receipt & expenditure (as on 31-12-2012) during 2012-13 (For Primary & Upper Primary)

    30. Honorarium to Cooks cum Helpers (10815): • Fund received (CSS) : Rs. 1042.65 Lakhs • State contribution : Rs.69.51 Lakhs • Total : Rs. 1112.16 Lakhs • Honorarium to Cooks cum Helpers paid up-to Dec’2012 : Rs.646.94 Lakhs. • Balance fund required for payment up-to March 2013 i.e Rs. 417.06 Lakhs already allocated.

    31. Status of foodgrains in 2012-13 (For Primary & Upp.Pry.)

    32. *Payment of 3rd Quarter also given on 02-02-2013 ( Rs. 134.871 lakhs).

    33. At a glance fund for 2012-13(Primary & Upper Primary)

    34. Graphical Presentation of Fund (CSS+State) upto 31-12-2012 received, expenditure & Unspent Balance

    35. Proposed Budget for 2013-14

    36. Requirement of fund for 2013-14 (Primary & Upper Primary) Central Share

    37. Requirement of fund for 2013-14 (Primary & Upper Primary) State Share

    38. Requirement of total fund for 2013-14 (Primary & Upper Primary) Central +State Share

    39. DINING HALL AMBEDKAR ADARSHA HIGH School GAKUL NAGAR, TRIPURA(Sepahijala)

    40. DINING HALL AMBEDKAR ADARSHA HIGH School GAKUL NAGAR, TRIPURA(Sepahijala)

    41. DINING HALL Narsinghgarh H.S.School

    42. DINING HALL Narsinghgarh H.S School

    43. DINING HALL BAGMA SAMATAL PARA H.S.SCHOOL SOUTH TRIPURA