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Mid Day Meal Programme

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WEST BENGALWEST BENGAL AreaArea  88752 sq-km88752 sq-km PopulationPopulation  913.48 Lakh913.48 Lakh Density (Per Sq. Km.)Density (Per Sq. Km.)  10291029 Male PopulationMale Population  469.27 Lakh469.27 Lakh Female PopulationFemale Population  444.2 Lakh444.2 Lakh Urban PopulationUrban Population  291.34 Lakh291.34 Lakh Rural PopulationRural Population  622.13 Lakh622.13 Lakh Literacy MaleLiteracy Male  345.08 Lakh345.08 Lakh Literacy femaleLiteracy female  281.06 Lakh281.06 Lakh KOLKATAKOLKATA AreaArea  1886.67 sq-km1886.67 sq-km PopulationPopulation  44.86 Lakhs44.86 Lakhs Male PopulationMale Population  23.62 Lakh23.62 Lakh Female PopulationFemale Population  21.24 Lakh21.24 Lakh Literacy MaleLiteracy Male  19.66 Lakh19.66 Lakh Literacy FemaleLiteracy Female  16.82 Lakh16.82 Lakh West Bengal at a Glance

Mid Day Meal Programme WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme Cost of meal per childCost of meal per child per school dayper school day Year Primary Upper Primary *Remarks Central State Total Central State Total 2012-13 2.17 1.00 3.17 3.25 1.08 4.33 Upto June-12 2.33 1.00 3.33 3.49 1.16 4.65 From July-12 2013-14 2.50 1.00 3.50 3.75 1.25 5.00 Proposed WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme Sl. No. ItemS QuaNtIty Per Day PrImary StuDeNtS uPPer PrImary StuDeNtS 1. Food-grains (Rice) 100gms 150gms 2. Pulse 20gms 30gms 3. Vegetables (leafy also) 50gms 75gms 4. Oil & Fat 5.0gms 7.5gms 5. Salt & Condiments As per need As per need Nutrition: Quantity The Food norms would be as under:The Food norms would be as under: WEST BENGAL

Coverage PRIMARYPRIMARY Eligible Covered % of coverage Schools Enrolment Schools Enrolment Schools Enrolment 69487 8615752 68920 7853781 99% 91% UPPER PRIMARYUPPER PRIMARY Eligible Covered % of coverage Schools Enrolment Schools Enrolment Schools Enrolment 14961 4754049 13916 4135827 93% 87% WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme (99% )(99% ) (93% )(93% ) (91% )(91% ) (87% )(87% ) WEST BENGAL

Coverage of schools in Kolkata Category Total School s Total student s School s Covere d Student s covered School Coverag e Student Coverage Primary 1508 165986 1398 151319 93% 91% Upper Primary 564 181000 504 161498 89% 89% NCLP 40 2000 40 2000 100% 100% Total 2112 348986 1942 314817 92% 90% WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme No. of cluster Kitchens run in Kolkata  No. of cluster kitchens 80 No. of schools involved 874  No. of students involved 22800 Mostly SHGs are running the clusters. Small NGOs also run MDM programme WEST BENGAL

Coverage of children WEST BENGAL 101 % 106 %

Meals served No. of Meals (in Crore)No. of Meals (in Crore) 82%82% WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme Schools Allocatio n for 2012-13 Opening Balance as on 01.04.2012 Fund released Total Fund Utilizatio n % of Utilisatio n Primary 59004.68 14230.40 24106.4738336.8730868.18 52.31% Upper Primary & NCLP 41225.13 9632.78 15478.5725111.3521108.58 51.20% Total 100225.8 1 223863.18 39585.0463448.2251976.76 51.86% WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme Schools Allocatio n for 2012-13 Opening Balance as on 01.04.2012 Lifting of Rice Total Rice Available Utilizatio n up to 31.12.20 12 % of Utilization Primary 178986. 00 4011.08 86653.4 9 90664.57 91022.89 50.85 % Upper Primary & NCLP 134830. 17 326.79 56698.4 6 57025.25 66293.34 49.17% Total 313816. 17 4337.87 143351. 95 174669.5 5 157316.2 3 50.13 % WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme Allocation for 2012-13 Opening Balance as on 01.04.2012 Fund released Total Fund Utilisation up to 31.12.2012 % of Utilisation 2353.63 210.72 491.91 702.63 638.03 27% WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme Allocation for 2012-13 Opening Balance as on 01.04.2012 Fund released Total Fund Utilization up to 31.12.201 2 % of Utilization 1988.84 478.11 773.39 1251.50 1045.67 52.58% WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme Allocation for2012-13 Opening Balance as on 01.04.2012 Fund released Total Fund Utilization up to 31.12.2012 % of Utilizatio n 24879.90 4705.62 9679.36 14384.98 15357.98 61.73% WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme Allocation for 2012- 13 Opening Balance as on 01.04.201 2 Fund released Total Fund Utilizatio n up to 31.12.20 12 % of Utilizatio n against allocatio n % of Utilizatio n against availabili ty 17730.61 3728.56 5809.16 9537.72 7673.11 43% 81% WEST BENGAL

Status of Payment to FCI As on 31.12.2012As on 31.12.2012 Allocation for FY 2012- 13 Opening Balance as on 01.04.12 Central Assistan ce Released by GOI Bills raised by FCI Payment to FCI Payment to FCI against bills raised Qty (in MTs) Amount (in Lakh) Qty (in MTs) Amount (in Lakh) 17730.61 3728.56 5809.16 143351.96 8099.39 126496.93 7673.11 95% (Rs. In Lakh)(Rs. In Lakh) WEST BENGAL

Status of Kitchen cum store As on 31.12.2012As on 31.12.2012 Total No. of eligible schools Unit Sanctioned Completed In Progress Not Started % of completio n Propos al 82674 68186 50713 11751 5722 74% 13129 WEST BENGAL

Procurement of Kitchen devices As on 31.12.2012As on 31.12.2012 Total No. of eligible schools Total No. of sanctioned units + Replacement Procured Proposal for replacement of kitchen devices procured in 2006-07 84448 89914 89914 18734 (6533) WEST BENGAL

Status of LPG Total no. of Institutions Physical Financial (Rs. in Lakh) No. of Institutions with Gas based cooking No. of institutions proposed to be covered with LPG connections Expenditure on use of LPG cylinder Requirement of funds for use of LPG cylinders during 2013-14 84448 6641 388 1168.37 6468.51 WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Menu Almost all the schools are displaying the menu.Almost all the schools are displaying the menu. Head teachers of the schools in consultation with otherHead teachers of the schools in consultation with other teachers, SLMC and SHG members decide the menu on theteachers, SLMC and SHG members decide the menu on the basis of local palate and seasonal availability.basis of local palate and seasonal availability. Experts of IIHM, Kolkata have suggested an ideal menu,Experts of IIHM, Kolkata have suggested an ideal menu, which has been sent to all schools for guidence.which has been sent to all schools for guidence.  Normally the menu consists of rice, dal, seasonal vegetablesNormally the menu consists of rice, dal, seasonal vegetables etc. Eggs are served once a week.etc. Eggs are served once a week. WEST BENGAL

Visiting Officers No. of Schools visited Findings No. of schools running satisfactorily No. of intermittent schools No. of schools not running MDM State Level 47 44 3 0 District Magistrates & his Officers (ADMs, SDOs, OC-MDM, BDOs & Jt. BDOs) 13731 12621 983 127 DIs & his Officers (ADIs, AIs, SIs,) 13692 13439 129 124 Total 27470 26104 1115 251 (From April to Dec. 2012)(From April to Dec. 2012) Arrangement for official inspectionArrangement for official inspection WEST BENGAL Percentage of visited Schools – 35.53%Percentage of visited Schools – 35.53%

External Monitoring & EvaluationExternal Monitoring & Evaluation I.I. Prof. Utpal Roy Chowdhury, Department of Food Technology &Prof. Utpal Roy Chowdhury, Department of Food Technology & Bio-chemical Engineering, Jadavpur University.Bio-chemical Engineering, Jadavpur University. II.II. Dr. Rafiqul Islum, Associate Professor, Department of RuralDr. Rafiqul Islum, Associate Professor, Department of Rural Extension, Visva Bharati.Extension, Visva Bharati. III.III. Dr. Nabin ananda Sen, Associate Professor, Department ofDr. Nabin ananda Sen, Associate Professor, Department of Business Management, Calcutta University.Business Management, Calcutta University. IV.IV. Anuradha Talwar, Advisor to the Commissioner of SupremeAnuradha Talwar, Advisor to the Commissioner of Supreme Court of India.Court of India. V.V. Dr. Kamalesh Sarkar, Officer-in-charge, National NutritionDr. Kamalesh Sarkar, Officer-in-charge, National Nutrition and Monitoring Bureau (NNMB)-WB unit.and Monitoring Bureau (NNMB)-WB unit. I.I. Pratichi (India) Trust, Pratichi InstitutePratichi (India) Trust, Pratichi Institute The School Education Department has engaged the following Experts / AgenciesThe School Education Department has engaged the following Experts / Agencies for better monitoring and evaluation :-for better monitoring and evaluation :- WEST BENGAL

Terms of Reference of the Monitoring Experts / AgenciesTerms of Reference of the Monitoring Experts / Agencies 1) They will visit at least 100 schools of various categories in a District.1) They will visit at least 100 schools of various categories in a District. 2) They will see the daily attendance, menu, storage, hygiene etc.2) They will see the daily attendance, menu, storage, hygiene etc. 3) Visits will be unannounced and unscheduled.3) Visits will be unannounced and unscheduled. 4) They will submit quarterly report to the State Head Office4) They will submit quarterly report to the State Head Office 5)They have already started monitoring work from November’12.5)They have already started monitoring work from November’12. External Monitoring & EvaluationExternal Monitoring & Evaluation WEST BENGAL

Observations by MI Positive Points:Positive Points: There is direct impact of MDM in the school attendance as observedThere is direct impact of MDM in the school attendance as observed by MI. The parents and teachers opined the same.by MI. The parents and teachers opined the same. Students of the sample primary and upper primary schools expressedStudents of the sample primary and upper primary schools expressed their satisfaction about the quality.their satisfaction about the quality. All the sample schools are in use of iodized salt.All the sample schools are in use of iodized salt. Backward community women are involved in cooking & serving theBackward community women are involved in cooking & serving the MDM.MDM. No gender or caste or community discrimination found inNo gender or caste or community discrimination found in cooking/serving and sitting arrangements of the MDM takers in bothcooking/serving and sitting arrangements of the MDM takers in both primary and upper primary level.primary and upper primary level. In most cases buffer stocks are maintained.In most cases buffer stocks are maintained. WEST BENGAL

Areas of concern:Areas of concern: MDM service on Saturdays is still not regular.MDM service on Saturdays is still not regular. Not all cook-cum-helpers are trained.Not all cook-cum-helpers are trained.  Door step delivery of food grains is not done in the case of certainDoor step delivery of food grains is not done in the case of certain schools by the MR dealers.schools by the MR dealers. Irregular payment of the cook cum helpers.Irregular payment of the cook cum helpers. Uneconomic use of fire wood in most of the places for cookingUneconomic use of fire wood in most of the places for cooking MDM.MDM. Observations by MI WEST BENGAL

Good Practices  Solar Energy harnessing equipment is used for heating water which is used forSolar Energy harnessing equipment is used for heating water which is used for cooking MDM and other purposes incooking MDM and other purposes in Vidyasagar G.S.F.P. VidyalayaVidyasagar G.S.F.P. Vidyalaya underunder TaherpurTaherpur in Nadia district. State is exploring replication of the model inin Nadia district. State is exploring replication of the model in consultation with the WBREDA and WBGEDC. 100 schools are being covered in theconsultation with the WBREDA and WBGEDC. 100 schools are being covered in the Sunderban Areas.Sunderban Areas. Many schools in different districts grow vegetables in the kitchen gardens of theMany schools in different districts grow vegetables in the kitchen gardens of the schools and utilize the vegetables in MDM . This kitchen garden initiative is beingschools and utilize the vegetables in MDM . This kitchen garden initiative is being taken up in convergence with MGNREGS.taken up in convergence with MGNREGS.  In some places the community people, members of concerned Village EducationIn some places the community people, members of concerned Village Education Committees/Managing committee contribute fund to purchase the additionalCommittees/Managing committee contribute fund to purchase the additional requirement of kitchen devices.requirement of kitchen devices. All children are served food by making them sit in rows irrespective of caste andAll children are served food by making them sit in rows irrespective of caste and creed.creed.  System of harvesting rain water is being practiced in some schools.System of harvesting rain water is being practiced in some schools. In some schools of Purba Medinipur district the community members oftenIn some schools of Purba Medinipur district the community members often contribute their agricultural produce to this programme.contribute their agricultural produce to this programme. WEST BENGAL

Quality control mechanism on rice  Advance identification of stack of rice in FCI depot.Advance identification of stack of rice in FCI depot.  Lifting of rice from the identified stack.Lifting of rice from the identified stack.  Drawal of joint sample of rice at the time of lifting .Drawal of joint sample of rice at the time of lifting .  Safe keeping of sample bags of rice duly signed by QC Officials ofSafe keeping of sample bags of rice duly signed by QC Officials of FCI and State Govt. at different levels (DM , SDO, BDO and DCF & S).FCI and State Govt. at different levels (DM , SDO, BDO and DCF & S).  Sealed packets of samples of the rice are kept to tackle any problem ifSealed packets of samples of the rice are kept to tackle any problem if cropped up at subsequent stage in regard to quality and quantity ofcropped up at subsequent stage in regard to quality and quantity of rice.rice.  Quality control training is imparted to MDM Officials at the DistrictQuality control training is imparted to MDM Officials at the District Level.Level.  Strict vigil is kept during lifting of rice at the FCI depot.Strict vigil is kept during lifting of rice at the FCI depot. WEST BENGAL

Impact  Attendance in school and coverage under the Scheme is increasing.Attendance in school and coverage under the Scheme is increasing.  Gender empowerment by opening employment opportunities forGender empowerment by opening employment opportunities for poor rural women.poor rural women.  Community people are coming forward gradually and participate inCommunity people are coming forward gradually and participate in the Mid-Day Meal programme.the Mid-Day Meal programme. (Report of internal monitoring team, Hooghly).(Report of internal monitoring team, Hooghly).  The coverage of MDM in rural areas is more satisfactory than that ofThe coverage of MDM in rural areas is more satisfactory than that of Urban areas.Urban areas.  MDM has a direct beneficial impact on flood/drought affectedMDM has a direct beneficial impact on flood/drought affected people in some areas of West Bengal.people in some areas of West Bengal. WEST BENGAL

Challenges  To reach 100% coverage.To reach 100% coverage.  Space problem specially in Urban areas.Space problem specially in Urban areas.  Cost of Kitchen devices per school still remains at Rs. 5000/- whichCost of Kitchen devices per school still remains at Rs. 5000/- which is insufficient for schools where MDM takers are high.is insufficient for schools where MDM takers are high.  Community participation is not adequate in all the schools.Community participation is not adequate in all the schools.  Insufficient Management Structure.Insufficient Management Structure.  Construction of dining halls in schools.Construction of dining halls in schools. WEST BENGAL

Budget Proposal for the year 2013-14 (Rs in Lakh)(Rs in Lakh) WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme 3434 N-24 ParganasN-24 Parganas Paschim MedinipurPaschim Medinipur BirbhumBirbhumS-24 ParganasS-24 Parganas

Mid Day Meal Programme Jenkins school,Jenkins school, Coochbehar District, WBCoochbehar District, WB

Krishna ChandrapurKrishna Chandrapur High School,High School, South 24 ParganasSouth 24 Parganas Fire Extinguisher & Kitchen StoreFire Extinguisher & Kitchen Store

Krishnagar Holy Family Girls’ H.S. School Under Krishnagar Municipality, NadiaKrishnagar Holy Family Girls’ H.S. School Under Krishnagar Municipality, Nadia Mid Day Meal Programme

Members of SHG

Cleaning of Utensils

Lodhasuli, Paschim MedinipurLodhasuli, Paschim Medinipur Hand washing

Lodhasuli, Paschim MedinipurLodhasuli, Paschim Medinipur Measuring Height

Remote school in Birbhum DistrictRemote school in Birbhum District

Mid Day Meal Programme Solar Equipment is used for heating water Vidyasagar G.S.F.P. Vidyalaya under Taherpur Block, NadiaVidyasagar G.S.F.P. Vidyalaya under Taherpur Block, Nadia WEST BENGAL

Mid Day Meal Programme KolkataKolkata

Mid Day Meal Programme KolkataKolkata

Metiagacha F.P. School, North 24 ParganasMetiagacha F.P. School, North 24 Parganas Model of Dining Hall

Mid Day Meal Programme    Thank You WEST BENGAL

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