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Total Population Male Female 2.59 Crore 1.39 Crore 1.20 Crore Sex Ratio (Overall) Rural Urban 861 867 847 Density of Population478 Persons/Sq. Kms. Decadal.

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2 Total Population Male Female 2.59 Crore 1.39 Crore 1.20 Crore Sex Ratio (Overall) Rural Urban Density of Population478 Persons/Sq. Kms. Decadal Population Growth ( ) 28.06% Rural Population 71% Urban Population 29% % of SC Population19.35 (In Govt. Primary Schools, % of SC Childrens is 36% and in Upper Primary 32%) No. of Divisions 4 No. of Districts 21

3 No. of Sub Divisions 47 No. of C.D. Blocks 119 No. of Educational Blocks 119 No. of Villages 6955 LITERACY RATE IN HARYANA Male Female For All Persons

4 NO. OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS & CHILDREN WHERE MID DAY MEAL WAS SERVED INSTITUTIONSCHILDREN GOVT. PRIMARY SCHOOLS LOCAL BODY SCHOOLS GOVT. AIDED SCHOOLS TOTAL AIE CENTRES TOTAL

5 TOTAL NUMBER OF UPPER-PRIMARY SCHOOLS WHERE MID-DAY-MEAL WAS SERVED IN INSTITUTIONSCHILDREN Govt. Middle Schools Local Bodies schools Govt. Aided Schools 21275,675 Total54327,26,412 AIE Centres

6 NUMBERS OF CHILDREN BEING SERVED COOKED MID-DAY-MEAL (IN PRIMARY & UPPER PRIMARY BOTH) YEARNUMBER OF CHILDREN (Classes I-V)14,95, (Classes I-V)16,45, (Classes I-V)16,50, (Classes I-V) (Classes VI-VIIIEBB)* TOTAL 15,73,698 2,28,767 18,02, (In Classes I-V) (in Classes VI-VIII) TOTAL 14,66,600 7,26,412 21,93,012 * EBB= 36 Educationally Backward Blocks.

7 COSTING OF MID-DAY-MEAL IN PRIMARY LEVEL OTHER INGREDIENTS (CHANA, MOONG DAL, GUR, OIL, SALT, JEERA, PEPPER, GREEN VEGETABLES) 1.47 PAISE/CHILD/DAY PAYMENT TO COOK0.40 PAISE/CHILD/DAY FUEL COST0.20 PAISE/CHILD/DAY TOTALRS CHILD/DAY

8 COSTING OF MID-DAY-MEAL IN UPPER-PRIMARY LEVEL OTHER INGREDIENTS (CHANA, MOONG DAL, GUR, OIL, SALT, JEERA, PEPPER, GREEN VEGETABLES) 1.90 PAISE/CHILD/DAY PAYMENT TO COOK 40PAISE/CHILD/DAY FUEL COST 20 PAISE/CHILD/DAY TOTALRS CHILD/DAY

9 MDM BUDGET- PRIMARY/UPPER PRIMARY (RUPEES IN LAC) YEARCENTRAL SHARESTATE SHARETOTAL For Primary For Primary For Primary For Primary For Upper Primary Total For Primary For Upper Primary Total (Proposed) For Primary For Upper Primary Total

10 RECIPES BEING GIVEN IN MID-DAY-MEAL 1.MITHA RICERICE, GUR, SOYABEAN MIXTURE 2.VEGETABLE PULAO RICE, GREEN VEGETABLES, OIL, JEERA, SALT, PEPPER, GROUNDNUT 3.KHICHRIRICE. MONG DAL, OIL, SALT, GINGELLY SEED 4.DALIABROKEN WHEAT, SOYABEEN MIXTURE, GHEE, GUR 5.BAKLIWHEAT, CHANA, GROUNDNUT, SALT On Saturday any recipe from above is cooked & served to children.

11 COOKING CUM STORAGE SHEDS 1.Amount Sanctioned by GOI (100%) for kitchen sheds: Lacs 2.Number of Kitchen Sheds to be constructed Number of Kitchen Sheds Completed Number of Kitchen Sheds in Progress602 5.Number of Kitchen Sheds yet to be started1607

12 OBSERVATION TO THE QUARIES AS PER (QPR) ENDING DECEMBER, 2008 FOOD GRAINS UTILIZATION IS VERY LOW LIKELY REASONS: Issue with FCI regarding release of food grains Discrepancy regarding opening balance. Harvesting seasons. Examination Days. Holidays Sever winter days. Flood in Bhiwani and other areas. Data discrepancy Borrowed grains.

13 REPLY: i)Data Discrepancy. ii)Large No. of Schools in Small hamlets having less Childrens. MISMATCH BETWEEN UTILIZATION OF FOOD GAINS & COOKING COST

14 i)Cost is too low. ii)Primary & Upper Primary Schools with more children need a policy decision regarding Kitchen Sheds & Cooks. CONSTRUCTION OF KITCHEN SHEDS.

15 PROPOSED ANNUAL WORK PLAN & BUDGET FOR (Primary) No. of Institutions No. of Children Total Food Grains Required Rs. In MTs. WHEATRICETotal

16 PROPOSED ANNUAL WORK PLAN & BUDGET FOR (Upper-Primary) No. of Institutions No. of Children Total Food Grains Required Rs. In MTs. WHEATRICETotal

17 CONSTRUCTIONS OF KITCHEN SHEDS Rs. In Lac Stage Total No. of Schools Kitchen Sheds Sanctioned Kitchen Sheds required Amount Rs. 60,000 Primary Upper- Primary

18 Decentralization of Mid Day Meal. i)Joint MDM Accounts are opened at district level in the name of ADC & DEEO. ii)No amount can be withdrawn from district level account. Amount can Only be transferred in the school account. iii)School Accounts are opened at school level which are to be operated by Head Teacher & Mahila Panch. iv) About 13,000 MDM Bank Accounts have been opened. v)Other ingredients i.e. Channa, Dal, Ghee, Salt, groundnut etc are to be purchased locally. POLICY DECISION/INITIATIVES BY GOVT. OF HARYANA.

19 STIPEND POLICY TO SC/BC & BPL STUDENTS i)Cash Award Scheme for SC Classes I-VIII (One time cash in Year) ClassAmount Class-I:Rs. 740/- Class-II:Rs. 750/- Class-III:Rs. 960/- Class-IV:Rs. 970/- Class-V:Rs. 980/- Class-VI-VIII:Rs. 1250/-

20 STIPEND POLICY TO SC/BC & BPL STUDENTS Monthly Stipend to SC & BC-A students in Class I-VIII i) SC & BC-A Boys Students in Class Rs. 100/- P.M. ii) SC & BC-A Girls Students in Class Rs. 150/- P.M. iii) SC & BC-A Boys Students in Class Rs. 150/- P.M. iv) SC & BC-A Girls Students in Class Rs. 200/- P.M.

21 Monthly Stipend to BPL students in Class I-VIII BPL Boys Students in Class Rs. 75/- P.M. BPL Girls Students in Class Rs. 150/- P.M. BPL Boys Students in Class Rs. 100/- P.M. BPL Girls Students in Class Rs. 200/- P.M. STIPEND POLICY TO SC/BC & BPL STUDENTS

22 Some arrangements with FCI for smooth lifting of food grains. Some arrangements with FCI for smooth lifting of food grains. Lifting should be on 6 monthly basis or Lifting should be on 6 monthly basis or Power of validation to be deligated to some state authority or any other authority located at Chandigarh. Power of validation to be deligated to some state authority or any other authority located at Chandigarh. ISSUE REGARDING LIFTING OF FOOD GRAINS

23 ISSUES i)The cooking cost is low in primary schools. It is difficult to fulfill the present norms at the present cost. It needs to be enhanced to atleast Rs from Rs per child/per day ii)The cooking cost is low in Upper-Primary Schools. It is difficult to fulfill the present norms at the present cost. It needs to be enhanced to atleast Rs from Rs per child/per day.


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