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11 January, 2012

An overview of MID-DAY MEAL SCHEME implemented in Govt/Localbody Schools


Introduction:-
·       Midday Meal Scheme is being implemented in the State from January 2003 to the        children of classes I to VIII.
·        From 13.10.2008 to the children of classes IX and  X.
Objectives:-
  • To improve the Nutritional Status of children.
§         To motivate the children to attend the school regularly.
§         To provide Nutritional Support.
 Coverage of Schools  in 2010-11.
1.      Primary: (I to V) Govt. +GA+LB Schools          :  55592
AIE/EGS                                                              :    2483 
Madrasas /Maqtabs                                           :     948
Total Schools                                                    : 59023
       2.     Upper Primary (VI to VIII) Govt.+GA+LB+AIE/EGS : 10016
            Total Schools                                                       : 10016  
  Coverage of Children  in 2010-11.
Stage
Enrollment
Mid day Meals served
Primar
45.47 Lakhs
38.76 Lakhs
Upper Primary
24.97 Lakhs
21.22 Lakhs
High Schools
14.21 Lakhs
14.21 Lakhs
Feeding Days:-      

  • Total No. of working days during academic days 220 days
Menu:-
·        Menu is flexible with cooked rice and sambar, Pulihar being the main menu with egg or banana twice a week.

Unit Cost:-
·        The Cooking / Conversation Cost during this academic year 2010 -2011 is as per GO.Ms.No.7, dated.22.02.2010 the revised cooking cost per Child per working day is as follows w.e.f. 01.04.2010.

Stage 
Central
State
Total
Primary   (I- V)
Rs.1.88
Rs.1.67         
Rs.3.55
Upper Primary  (VI- VIII)
Rs.2.81
Rs.1.15         
Rs.3.96


Food norms:-


SI.No

Items
Quantity per Day per child
Primary
Upper Primary
1
Food Grains
100 grms
150 grms
2
Pulse
20 grms
30 gms
3
Vegetables (leafy also)
50 gms
75 gms
4
Oil & Fat
5 gms
7.5 gms
5
Salt & Condiments
As per need
As per need

Engagement of Cook Cum Helpers:-
  • One cook-cum-helper may be engaged in a school having up to 25 students, two cooks-cum-helpers for schools having 26 to 100 students, and one additional cook-cum-helper for every additional up to 100 students w.e.f. 01.04.2010.
  • Provision for payment of honorarium to cook-cum-helper @ Rs.1000 per month i.e. Rs. 750 and Rs.250 per Month as Central and State share respectively.
Implementing Agencies:-
·              In rural areas DWCRA/Self Help Groups/SEC/Other agencies like temple, NGOs of proven track record, charitable trusts/Group of Parents (in this order of preference) are identified by the MROs in Rural Areas.
·              In Urban areas community development societies (CDS)/NGOs/Urban SHGs/DWCUA/SEC/Other Agencies like Temples/NGOs of proven track record/ charitable trusts/Group of Parents (in this order of preference) are identified by a committee headed by the MRO.

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