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Note on Implementation of National Nutritional Programme (MDM) in the State

  • Government of India launched the scheme in January 2003 for the children. Studying in Primary schools (Classes I to V).
  • Extended to Upper Primary schools (Classes VI to VIII) in October, 2008.
  • Further extended to the children studying in centres under National Child Labour Project (NCLP) from the Academic Year of 2010-11.
  • To improve the nutritional and health standard of the growing children.
  • Elimination of class-room hunger.
  • Increase in enrolment, more significantly of girls.
  • Improve in daily attendance particularly of girls and children from poorer sections.
  • To reduce drop-outs.
  • Socializing among castes and empower women employment.        

State Government Initiatives:

  • Extended to High schools (Classes IX to X) also in October, 2008 with 100% state funds.
  • Egg/ Banana is provided twice a week by the State Government.
  • With an intention to provide quality food, Mid Day meals is being served with Super Fine Rice to all the students in the state. w. e f., 01.01.2015 onwards.

BENEFICIARIES UNDER Mid Day Meal Scheme

Sl.no

No. Of Schools

Classes

Enrolment

1

20125

I to V

1350345

2

3709

VI to VIII

1020992

3

5038

IX & X

495730

Total

28872

2867067

OBJECTIVES:

  • To improve the nutritional and health standard of the growing children.
  • Elimination of class-room hunger.
  • Increase in enrolment, more significantly of girls.
  • Improve in daily attendance particularly of girls and children from poorer sections.
  • To reduce drop-outs.
  • Socializing among castes and empower women employment.

PERFORMANCE 2015-16:


SCHOOLS & ENROLMENT:

I to VIII classes:

Item

Govt/LB

Aided

NCLP

Madarsas

Total

No. of schools

    22892

   457

  123

   362

   23834

Enrolment in I to VIII classes

2222785

96989

5296

46267

2371337

IX & X classes:

Item

Govt/LB

Aided

NCLP

Madarsas

Total

No. of schools

4834

203

0

1

5038

Enrolment in IX & X classes

474578

21142

0

10

495730

BUDGET I TO VIII:

(In Crores)

Item

Central

State

Total

Remarks

Approvals(I to VIII)

203.09

108.83

311.92

 

Releases(I to VIII)

78.37

23.32

101.69

 

Expenditure(I to VIII)

70.44

21.35

91.79

 

BUDGET IX,X:


               

(In Crores)

Item

Total

Remarks

   Approvals(IX,X)

136.42

 

   Releases(IX,X)

106.35

 

Expenditure(IX,X)

66.31

 


BE- 2016-17:


I to VIII:          i) Cost of Food grains                  Unit cost
a) (Enrolment 1350345 x working days  220 x 100 gr)                                                                                    
x Rs. 5650/- Per MT for Primary    =       29707.59 M.T       Rs.5650/- per M.T.           = Rs. 16.78 Cr           b) (Enrolment 1020992 x working days 220 x150 gr)
x Rs. 5650/- Per MT for U. Primary =  336927.36 M.T                Rs.5650/-per M.T.        = Rs. 19.04 Cr ii) Transportation cost                                                                                 
a) Rs. 750/- x 63400.33 MTs               -  Rs. 750/- Per MT                     = Rs. 4.76 Cr iii) Cooking Cost (Primary)                                                                        
a) (Enrolment 1350345 x working days 220       - Rs. 5.04/- Per Day/Per Child      
x Rs.5.04 Ps)                                                                        =Rs.149.73 Cr
(Including Egg Cost @ Re.1/- Per Child/Per Day) iv) Cooking cost (Upper Primary)                                                             
a) (Enrolment 1020992  x working days 220      - Rs. 7.06/- Per Day/Per Child
x Rs 7.06 Ps) (Including Egg Cost @ Re.1/- Per Child/Per Day)        =Rs.158.58 Cr v) Honorarium to CCH                                                                               
a)  (56630 CCH x Rs.1000/- x 10 months )- Rs. 1000/-  Per Month     = Rs. 56.63 Cr
Note: Cooking Cost taken after enhancement of 7.5% (To the present cost) as per GOI Norms.

IX,X classes:            i) Cost of Food grains                                                                                 
a) (Enrolment 495730  x working days 220 x 150 gr)          -  Rs. 36000/-      Per MT                      
x Rs. 36000/- Per MT                                                                                   -   Rs. 58.89 Cr
ii) Transportation cost                                                                                 
a) Rs. 750/- x 16359.09 MTs                                  -  Rs. 750/- Per MT   - Rs. 1.23 Cr
iii) Cooking Cost                                                                                         
(Enrolment 495730 x working days 220              -   Rs. 7.06/- Per Day/Per Child - Rs.77  Cr
x Rs.7.06 Ps)           
NOTE: Cooking cost taken after enhancement of 7.5% (to the present cost) as per cost adopted in CSS scheme.



CONSTRUCTION OF KITCHEN CUM STORE ROOMS:

            Under Phase I, the Government of India from 2006-07 to 2008-09 have sanctioned 19316 Kitchen sheds and released 100% cost @ Rs 60,000/- per unit to the State Government.  The State Government has accorded permission to utilise another 15,000/- making the total cost of each unit as Rs 75,000/- due to escalation of labour and material cost. Only 5592 kitchen sheds were constructed and 2895 under progress. For completion of under progress kitchen sheds an amount of Rs 7.60 crores is still required. All the kitchen sheds could not be started as it was proposed to allot the same to schools with more than 30 enrolment. Under phase II scheme during 2011-12, the Government of India have sanctioned 10698 kitchen cum stores to 09 districts (except Hyderabad) in the State.  The Unit cost was Rs 1.50 lakhs. The Government of India have also released their 75% share to the State Government of Andhra Pradesh. But total amount was not released to the Districts. Due to insufficient unit cost, the construction work was not started.           Hence, proposals were submitted to the State Government to revise the unit cost as Rs 2.50 lakhs. According to which, material and skilled labour cost of Rs 1, 73,981 (69.59%) has to be borne by the Education department and Rs 42,207/- (16.88%) per unit towards unskilled labour cost has to be borne under MGNREGS by the Rural Development Department.            Towards skilled labour and material cost @ Rs 1, 73,981 for 10698 kitchen cum stores, an amount of Rs 222.30 Crores is required. Out of which there is a balance of Rs 60.03 Crores available in the PD accounts in the Districts. For which permission can be accorded to revalidate and utilise the same. Hence, balance amount (222.30 ? 60.03)  Rs 162.27 crores has to be sanctioned during  2016-17 for construction of kitchen cum stores in the state.

 

Budget Approvals, releases and Expenditure for 2015-16
 (Rs.in lakhs)


Sl.No

Central/State

Approval

Releases

Expenditure

 

 

I to VIII

IX & X

Total

I to VIII

IX & X

Total

I to VIII

IX,X

Total

1

Central

24462.66

0

24462.66

10028.88

0

10028.88

10006.31

6683.53

16689.84

2

State

6801.88

5160.8

11962.68

2332.24

10635.6

12967.87

 

Total

31264.5

5160.8

36425.3

12361.12

10635.6

22996.75

10006.31

6683.53

16689.84

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