Rural Education In India -Mid-Day-Meal Sysem


Rural Education In India -Mid-Day-Meal Sysem

Mid-Day-Meal System -Rural Education In India

         Rural Education In India The Mid-Day-Meal Scheme is run with the concerted efforts of the Government of India and the State Government. The Mid-Day-Meal scheme was implemented by the Government of India on August 15, 1995, under which all children studying in government/council/ state government-aided primary schools from class 1 to 5, at 80 percent attendance, received 03 kg of wheat per month or 80 It was arranged to give rice. But under the scheme, the full benefit of the food grains given to the students was not received by the student, but he used to butt in the middle of his family.

       Rural Education In India  As per the instructions are given by the Supreme Court on 28 November 2001, a scheme has been started to provide cooked food in primary schools from 01 September 2004 in the state. Keeping in view the success of the scheme, from October 2007 it has been extended to higher primary schools located in educationally backward blocks and from April 2008 to the remaining blocks and upper primary schools located in the city area.

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  • Providing nutritious food to the children studying in the state's primary, council and state government-aided primary schools, EGS and IEE centers.
  • To develop the ability of children to learn by providing nutritious food.
  • Increase student numbers in schools.
  • Develop a tendency for students to stay in school in primary classes and reduce dropout rates.
  • To develop a sense of brotherhood in children and to feed them the difference between different castes and religions by sewing them together so that a good understanding is created in them.

Mid-Day-Meal - arrangement : -          
             Rural Education In India Under this scheme, students are provided tasty and delicious food in the mid-day school. Under the scheme, arrangements have been made to provide food items made of rice to each student 4 days a week and food items made of wheat for 2 days. Under this scheme, food grains (wheat/rice) are made available by the Government of India at the rate of 100 grams per student per day at the primary level and 150 grams per student per day at the upper primary level. At least 450 calories of energy and 12 grams of protein should be available in the food being provided in primary schools and at least 700 calories of energy and 20 grams of protein should be available in upper primary schools. The menu has been extensively changed according to the enhanced nutritional standard and has been widely disseminated.

Menu for food: -Rural Education In India
         Different types of food (menu) have been arranged for each working day of the week for a variety of mid-day meals so that all the nutrients of the food are available and also according to the interest of the children. Due to the setting of the menu, transparency has come and the community has been able to determine the compliance status of the menu.

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   Mid-Day-Meal -Further care should be taken that such mistakes are not repeated in the future and these mistakes need to be rectified.

     Mid-Day-Meal - The suppliers of mid-day meals in a Vellore government middle school have come under scanner after parents discovered that their children were provided with rotten eggs for lunch. The incident occurred on Thursday.

When the parents thronged the supplier’s’ office, they feigned innocence and retorted saying that they only cooked the eggs that were supplied to them and had no clue it was spoilt. Upon hearing this issue, Nalankani, the zonal development officer rushed to the spot. On investigation, it was found that all eggs provided to the students were spoilt.

The suppliers were ordered to distribute fresh eggs.

He also promised the parents-teachers association that action will be initiated against the suppliers if found guilty.
The All Assam Primary and Upper Primary Mid-day Meal Cook and Helpers’ Association on Thursday threatened to move court, challenging the engagement of 15 NGOs for preparing midday meals for primary schools in the state.

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