Sunday, 8 May 2016

Rc356 Dt9-7-2014 instructions to Dist officials on effective implementation of MDM

In our State, MDM is covering 44.22 lakhs children in 48,727 Schools. This is a very large scheme benefiting large clientele being implemented by the Education Department. The District authorities have to supervise the Scheme especially with reference to hygiene and cleanliness of MDM which is prepared and served. In this connection, you are requested to bestow your personal attention, using all the manpower of our department and other departments, like Dy. EOs, MEOs, MDOs, EORDs and Mandal Special Officers and CRPs for effective and successful monitoring of the Scheme
I wish to inform that in view of the present scenario of rainy season, extra care should be taken to ensure hygienic food preparation and serving.



Last year some incidents has occurred under Mid Day Meals Scheme in Bihar and in Tamil Nadu where in as many as 23 students died and 100 others fell ill after consuming Mid Day Meal served to them.
Regarding this, a Video Conference was conducted on 19.07.2013 with RJDSEs and DEOs and several instructions were given and all the officers concerned and instructed to visit schools and submit reports regularly. Due to regular visits there is some improvement in Mid Day Meal implementation. In view of the above, this year also, all the inspecting officers once again instructed to follow the given instructions strictly to serve quality food and for effective implementation of MDM scheme
The District-level Steering cum Monitoring Committee meetings should be held every month under the chairmanship of District Collector as per instructions issued in G.O.Ms.No. 21, Edn. (SE-Prog.I) Dept., dated:10/03/2011 and review the scheme which is not being done regularly and minutes are to be submitted to this office. The Village Organisation / parent teacher meetings should also be held regularly and MDM scheme should be reviewed critically to ensure that hygienic and nutritious food is served to the School Children
For effective implementation of the scheme, each Mandal should be divided into three parts and school in each part should be inspected by Mandal Educational Officer, Mandal Development Officer and EORD / CRP’s (as was done last year). They should take responsibility of inspecting 15 to 20 schools in their jurisdictions with overall responsibility lying with Mandal Educational Officer. The DEO / Dy.E.O / M.E.O / CRP’s must make surprise visit every day of two schools for inspecting MDM as was done in the last year 2013-14.
The Mandal Development Officer, Mandal Educational Officer, EORD & CRPs should visit compulsorily two schools daily and see that the MDM is being implemented properly.
The inspecting/visiting officer should compulsorily taste the food being served to the children under MDM scheme and also every Headmaster/Teacher in charge of MDM of the concerned school must taste the food served under Mid Day Meals scheme prior to serving to the children and ensure that the hot cooked meal is served to the children.
The food grains being supplied under MDM scheme should be of Fair Average Quality (FAQ) rice and they should be properly stored and utilized on First In First Out basis. The foodgrains are to be delivered at school point invariably.
The MDM menu shall be displayed in the School premises in a prominent visible place
In the districts where NGOs are serving MDM, such NGOs are to be instructed that the MDM should be of good quality & prepared in hygienic condition and to reach the school in time and served hot
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