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									  GOVERNMENT OF PUDUCHERRY
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL EDUCATION




GOVERNMENT OF PUDUCHERRY


        MID-DAY MEAL SCHEME
Sector-wise enrolment - LKG to XII Std.

 Sl.                              Number of
               Classification
 No.                               students
 1.    Govt. / Aided Schools       156502

 2.    Central Govt. Schools        3018

 3.    Private Schools             97112

                                   262258
       Total
School wise details-Primary & Upper primary

Sl.                No. of Schools sector
No        Type             wise            Total
 .                Govt.   Aided
 1. Primary        248      3              251

 2. Upper
                   175      31             206
    primary



 .    Total                                457


      All Schools are covered under Mid day meals
Enrolment - I to V Std. Govt./Govt. Aided

 Sl.                              Number of
               Classification
 No.                               students
 1.    Government Schools           38475


 2.    Government Aided Schools     14687


       Total                        53162
Enrolment - VI to VIII Std. Govt./Govt. Aided

Sl.                               Number of
              Classification
No.                                students
1.    Government Schools           34221


2.    Government Aided Schools     11235


      Total                        45446
PAB – APPROVAL V/S ACHIEVEMENT 2010 -11


Sl.
                 Target           Achieved
No.
 1.   Primary-            52046    50357

 2.   Upper primary-      39372    37762

      Total               91418    88119
Innovative interventions for Enrolment,
Retention and Gender Equality
 Sl.                                                           Budget allocation
                              Scheme
 No.                                                             Rs.in lakhs
 1.    Mid-day Meal Scheme - L.K.G to XII (Plan & Non-
                                                                          1051.13
       Plan)
 2.    Shri Rajiv Gandhi Breakfast Scheme - L.K.G to XII
                                                                          .1300.57
 3.    Shri Rajiv Gandhi evening milk Scheme - L.K.G to X
 4.    Free supply of Textbooks - I to XII                                 194.36
 5.    Free supply of Notebooks - I to XII                                   33.39
 6.    Free supply of Stationery - I to V                                    26.73
 7.    Free supply of 2 sets of Uniform - L.K.G to XII                     899.42
 8.    Free supply of Footwear – L.K.G to XII                                70.00
 9.    Free supply of Dictionary – VIII                                      38.50
 10.   Provision of various Scholarships – I to XII                        290.40
                                                 Grand Total              3906.50
   Management structure for the implementation
   of Midday Meal Scheme
                     SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (EDUCATION)

                         DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION


      CEO, PUDUCHERRY                 CEO, KARAIKAL      CEO, MAHE     DELEGATE TO DSE
                                                                           YANAM


                                                        ALL HEADS OF       IN-CHARGE
DIS-I DIS-II DIS-III DIS-IV DIS-V    DIS-I    DIS-II    INSTITUTIONS   CENTRAL KITCHEN
                                                         MAHE&VEC       & ALL HEADS OF
                                                                         INSTITUTIONS,
                                                                          YANAM&VEC
    IN-CHARGE CENTRAL                   IN-CHARGE
     KITCHENS, SCHOOL               CENTRAL KITCHENS,
     CANTEEN CENTRES                 SCHOOL CANTEEN
             &                           CENTRES
       ALL HEADS OF                          &
     INSTITUTIONS&VEC                 ALL HEADS OF
                                    INSTITUTIONS&VEC
Mid-day Meal Scheme – Coverage

    Implemented from the year 1930



    Pre-Primary to XII Std. – 1.26 lakhs students



    All Govt. and Govt. Aided Private Schools -



    Under Central    & State - I to VIII Std. (88728
   Students)

    Under State plan – Pre-Primary and IX to XII

    Std.(37154students)
Mid-day Meal - Infrastructure

 13 Centralized Modern Kitchens.

 3 Central Kitchens L.P.Gas based.


 10 Central Kitchens Diesel based.


 92 School Canteen Centres


 Central Kitchen Covers - 96000 students


 School Canteen Centres - 30000 students


                                            C.K. Shanmugapuram
                                             Non I.B.R Boilers
No. of Central Kitchens and School Canteen
Centres located in each region
                    NAME OF THE CENTRAL                  No. OF     No. OF
SL.                                          FEEDING
        REGION     KITCHEN/ No. OF SCHOOL              SCHOOLS    TRANSPORT
No.                                         STRENGTH
                      CANTEEN CENTRES                  ATTACHED    VEHICLES
1.    PUDUCHERRY   C.K., KURUSUKUPPAM        13000        54          6
                   C.K., ARIANKUPPAM          9050        33          3
                   C.K., THONDAMANATHAM       5283        25          3
                   C.K., VILLIANUR            6600        22          2
                   C.K., EMBALAM              5200        20          2
                   C.K., KALMANDAPAM          5100        15          2
                   C.K., KIRUMAMPAKKAM        7800        25          2
                   C.K., SHANMUGAPURAM       13500        54          7
                   C.K., PILLAICHAVADY        5750        16          2
                   20 SCHOOL CANTEEN         14000        40
                   CENTRES
                   TOTAL (A)                 86253       304         29
                         NAME OF THE CENTRAL                  NO. OF
                                                  FEEDING
SL. NO.    REGION       KITCHEN/ NO. OF SCHOOL              SCHOOLS
                                                 STRENGTH
                           CANTEEN CENTRES                  ATTACHED


  2.      KARAIKAL   C.K., THALATHERU              5000

                     C.K., T.R. PATTINAM           5000
                                                              119

                     48 SCHOOL CANTEEN            12000
                     CENTRES
                     TOTAL (B)                    22000
  3.      MAHE       18 SCHOOL CANTEEN             6700        18
                     CENTRES
                     TOTAL (C)                     6700


  4.      YANAM      C.K., YANAM                   7800        20


                     TOTAL (D)                     7800

                     GRAND TOTAL A+B+C+D          126000      461
Mid-day Meal - Highlights
   Daily Menu – 130/160 grams of Rice, Sambar with Vegetable
    Poriyal.
   75 grams of vegetable per day / student.
   Double fortified salt used in the meals.
   Boiled egg weekly twice
    10 grams of Dhoor Dhall and 12 grams of Bengal gram whole

    per day per student
   Rs.4.97 / Student / on vegetable day (I –V) excluding free rice
   Rs.7.47 / Student / on Egg day (I –V) excluding free rice
   Rs.4.57 / Student / on vegetable day (VI –VIII) excluding free rice
   Rs.7.07 / Student / on egg day (VI –VIII) excluding free rice


    Nutritional value is Higher than norms
Diet scale (As recommended by Dieticians of Health Department)
 SL.
                  ITEM            CLASS                            QUANTITY
 NO.
  1    RICE                     I TO V STD     NOT EXCEEDING 130 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY

  2    RICE                    VI TO XII STD   NOT EXCEEDING 160 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY
                                               5/ GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY/primary
  3    OIL                     I TO XII STD
                                               7.5 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY/Upper primary
  4    MASALA CHILLY POWDER    I TO XII STD.   2.5 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY
  5    DOOR DHALL              I TO XII STD.   10 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY
       BENGAL GRAM WHOLE                       12 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY
  6                            I TO XII STD.
          (KADALAI)
  7    EGG                     I TO XII STD.   2 EGGS PER WEEK (WEIGHING 50 GMS. EACH)
                                               2 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY
  8    TAMARIND                I TO XII STD.
                                               3 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY ON KARAKUZHAMBU
  9    DRY CHILLY              I TO XII STD.   0.5 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY
 10    WHITE GRAM DHALL        I TO XII STD.   0.25 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY
 11    MUSTARD                 I TO XII STD.   0.25 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY
 12    TURMERIC POWDER         I TO XII STD.   0.10 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY
 13    GARLIC                  I TO XII STD.   0.3 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY ON KARAKUZHAMBU

 14    ONION VADAGAM           I TO XII STD.   0.25 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY ON KARAKUZHAMBU

 15    DOUBLE FORTIFIED SALT   I TO XII STD.   3 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY
 16    VEGETABLES              I TO XII STD.   75 GMS. PER STUDENT / DAY
Nutritional value per day / Student

                                   Calories                Protein in grams
 Sl.
       Classifications   Norms as per      Norms in    Norms as per    Norms in
 No.
                          NP-NSPE         Puducherry    NP-NSPE       Puducherry
 1.    I–V
                             450              596          12            19
       Vegetable day
 2.    I–V
                             450              631          12            23
       Egg day
 3.    VI - XII
       Vegetable day
                             700              700          20            21


 4.    VI - XII
                             700              735          20            25
       Egg day
Costing sheet – Primary/ Upper Primary
                                                                             Cost     Cost Upper
Sl.
            Food item                     Quantity (in gms)                Primary     Primary
No.
                                                                           (in Rs.)    (in Rs.)
 1    Foodgrains (Rice)        130 /160 gms (100 gms Supplied free.
                               Cost of 30gms / 10gms)
                                                                            0.61         0.21

      Pulses                   10gms of Dhoor dhall and 12 grams of         1.42         1.42
 2                             Bengal gram whole
 3    Vegetables (all kinds)   75gms                                        1.25         1.25
 4    Oil & fat                3.40gms                                      0.41         0.41
 5    Salt & Condiments        Tamarind - 2gms, Dry chilli - 0.5gms,
                               Mustartd-0.25gms, Turmeric powder -
                               0.10gms,Garlic 1.2gms, Double fortified
                                                                            0.22         0.22
                               salt - 3gms, Masala chilli powder -2.5gms
 6    Fuel (Diesel)            20ml                                         0.45         0.45
      Labour & other
 7    administrative charge                                                 0.40         0.40

      any other items
 8    (transportation)
                                                                            0.21         0.21

      Total (Non-egg day)                                                   4.97         4.57
 9    Egg (one per student)    (Weekly two days)                            2.50         2.50
      Total (Egg day)                                                       7.47         7.07
Per capita Expenditure per Student
Sl.                              Cost (excluding free rice)
No                 Class
                              Under CSS     State       Total
1.    I – V (Non Egg day)       2.02        2.95        4.97
2.    I – V (Egg day)           2.02        5.45        7.47
3.    VI-VIII (Non Egg day)     3.02        2.55        4.57
4.    VI-VIII (Egg day)         3.02        4.05        7.07
5.    IX-XII (Non Egg day)       Nil        6.10        6.10
6.    IX-XII (Egg day)           Nil        8.60        8.60
Personnel engaged for cooking / cleaning / in
Central kitchens

     235 – Cooks.
     54 – Daily Rated Staff.
     27 - Sanitary Assistants
                      Supervision
Sl.
         Classification                  Officials for Supervision
No.
1.    State level         Chief Educational Officers,
                          Deputy Director of Education (Women),
                          Delegate to the Director of School Education,Yanam
2.    Zonal level         All Deputy Inspector of Schools

3.    Kitchen level       In-charge of Central Kitchens / Supervisors

4.    School level        Head of Institutions,
                          Teachers on rotation basis & Members of Village
                          Education Committee /Mothers
Implementing system followed in Puducherry
 The diet and non-diet articles are being procured from
  co-operative institutions / Government undertakings by
  limited tender system.
 The concept of cooking the Midday Meals in
  modernised central kitchens is being followed.
 91000 students out of 1.26 lakhs students are covered
  under centralized kitchens thereby uniformity in the
  quality of meals ensured.
 Preparation of meals is as per the diet scales issued by
  the Government.
 No untoward incident occurred so far
 Cooked meals from the kitchens are being transported
  in stainless steel containers by the vehicles provided
  by co-operative institutions / Government undertakings
  to all schools attached to kitchens.
Implementing system followed in Puducherry –
Contd.


 The scheme is being implemented directly by the
  Department of School Education, Puducherry.
 No NGO / private participation in the implementation of
  the scheme.
 Guidelines are issued for the error free implementation.
 Quality of diet articles are ensured by drawing samples
  periodically.
 The Nodal officers / Inspecting Officers closely monitor
  the implementation of the scheme to ensure zero
  error.
              Health & Hygiene



 All the students are provided with a
  health card
 The height and weight of the students
  are regularly recorded in the schools to
  monitor the improvement.
 Vitamins tablets are being given to all
  students
 Deworming tablets are supplied
Monitoring mechanism
    The Chief Educational Officer, Puducherry / Karaikal / Mahe, the Deputy Director
     (Women), Puducherry and the Delegate to the Director of School Education, Yanam
     are the Nodal officers in the respective regions.
    All the Deputy Inspector of Schools are the Inspecting Officers.
    The Nodal Officers and the Inspecting officers are periodically inspecting the central
     kitchens / school canteen centres. (minimum five surprise visits to each school
     per academic year under their control)
    The quality of food prepared in the kitchens ensured .
    Drawing random samples of diet articles to ascertain the quality under the
     Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and Rules made there under.
    The Store Superintendent is also visiting the kitchens periodically to verify the stock
     position.
    The mothers are also involved.
    BRC/CRCs are also monitoring the distribution of meals.
    External Evaluation - Pondicherry University , Puducherry
 Monitoring mechanism contd.,

• Grievances Redressal cell is formed
  for all districts and for the UT


• Toll free Telephone is approved by
  UT Government.
Role of Teachers
    The teaching staff supervise the distribution of
     midday meal on rotation basis.

    They taste the midday meal before serving..

    They ensure students eating the midday meal in
     the school premises. The place is cleaned
     thoroughly in order to avoid infestation of flies and
     other health hazards.

    The Central Kitchens / School Canteen Centres
     are maintained very cleanly in order to prepare
     the midday meal in a healthy and hygienic
     environment.
Advantages of Central Kitchens

   Quality of food ensured
   Hygienically prepared
   N0 Burden for teachers / Headmasters
   Monitoring / supply of diet ariticles are made
    easy
Fund flow

 Fund received from both Central and
  state is spent by District Nodal
  Officers after getting sanction from
  Government.
 No fund is distributed to the School
  level
 All Diet articles are procured through
  Co-operative Stores / self help group
Future Programmes



    Construction of a Kitchen at K.T. Kuppam, Puducherry
    Cost Rs.300 lakhs

    Construction of Central Kitchen at           Kuruvinatham,
    Puducherry Cost Rs150 lakhs

    Construction of 2 more Kitchens at Karaikal, 1 at Sethur
    and another at Anna Nagar at a cost of Rs.198.36 lakhs
    and 193.22 lakhs respectively.

    Provision of Folic acid and Vitamin tablets to all the
    students by allocating a special fund in the state Budget.



Central Kitchen - Shanmugapuram




                COOKING PROCESS
Central Kitchen - Shanmugapuram




            Feeding strength – 14500 Students / day
            Schools covered – 54 schools
            Fuel used        – L.P.Gas, 100 Cylinders
Central Kitchen - Kurusukuppam




Feeding strength – 14500 Students / day
Schools covered – 64 Schools
Fuel used        – Diesel



                                          COOKING PROCESS
Central Kitchen - Kurusukuppam




      VEGETABLE - CUTTING




                            VEGETABLE – MACHINE CUTTING
•   Transportation of cooked food to schools
Central Kitchen - Kurusukuppam




      VEGETABLE - PORIYAL




                                 RICE – COOKING
Students taking Mid-day Meal in Schools
MHRD, Parliamentary Standing
Committee visit




       C.K. KURUSUKUPPAM
Hon’ble Education Minister, Kerala
   visiting the Central Kitchen
THANKS
Shri Rajiv Gandhi Breakfast Scheme - Coverage
   Implemented from 14.08.2002
   Pre-Primary to XII Std. – 1.26 lakhs students.

   All Govt. and Govt. Aided Private Schools - 427 schools

   Only under State plan – Pre-Primary to XII
Diet scale

 Sl.
                            Item                            Scale
 No.

  1.   Hot-Milk (3% Milk Fat & 8.5 % SNF)         100 ml. / day / student

  2.   Sweet Biscuits (Britannia)                35 grams / day / student




Nutritional value

 Sl.
                    Item              Quantity    Energy (Kcal)
 No.
 1.    Hot-Milk                        100 ml.         79

 2.    Sweet Biscuits (Britannia)     35 grams         150
Costing – 2009-10
                                                                  (In Rupees)
Sl.
                 Item              Puducherry   Karaikal   Mahe     Yanam
No.
 1.   Hot-Milk                        3.45       3.55      3.79      3.79

 2.   Sweet Biscuits (Britannia)      1.80       1.80      2.00      2.00
Students taking Milk and Biscuits in Schools
Nutritional value
Sl.
                 Item   Quantity   Energy (Kcal)
No.
 1.   Hot-Milk          100 ml.         79
Budget under State Plan
                                         (Rupees in lakhs)

   Year                Allocation   Expenditure


  2005-06                986.09       986.09



  2006-07               1222.89      1222.89



  2007-08               1222.00      1222.00



  2008-09               1940.81      1940.81



  2009-10               1681.55      1361.42*



Expenditure upto January 2010

								
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