GOVT. OF ASSAM
ANNUAL WORK PLAN & BUDGET, 2013-14
MID-DAY MEAL SCHEME
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WELCOME TO ASSAM
A photograph of Kaziranga with one horned Rhino
3 October 2015
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MAA KAMAKHYA TEMPLE, GUWAHATI
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ASSAM AT A GLANCE
 Geographical area
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78438 Sq. Km
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56
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219
137
26395
214
31169272
 Male
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15954927
 Female
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2206219
4511307
-
78.81
67.27
73.18
 Districts
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Autonomous Councils
Sub-Divisions
Blocks
Community
 Education
Villages (Revenue)
Towns
Total Population
 Population of age group (0-6) years
 Literacy rate
 Male
 Female
 Total
Source – As per 2011 Census
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Languages/Medium in Elementary Schools
 Assamese
 Bengali
 Bodo
 Nepali
 Manipuri
 Garo
 Hmar
 English
 Hindi
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Role of various Department/ Agencies in Mid-Day Meal Scheme
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The Department of Elementary Education is the Nodal Department for implementation of
MID DAY MEAL in the State and the Director of Elementary Education, Assam is the State
Nodal Officer of MDM.
Food and Civil Supplies Department is the Nodal Agency for transportation of foodgrains in
the State.
Deputy Commissioners are the District Nodal Officer of Mid-Day Meal Scheme and the
Principal Secretaries are the District Nodal Officer of the Autonomous districts.
The GPSS are to lift rice from FCI godown and to deliver the same to the schools through
their FPS agents.
The fund and raw rice are placed at the disposal of SMCs.
Hot cooked Meal of high calorific value and protein content, prepared & served in the school
premises.
The School Management Committee has been empowered for overall implementation of the
scheme.
The School Management Committee is involved:
 In deciding the weekly menu..
  Engagement of cook-cum-helper.
  Overall supervision of the scheme.
  School Mother Group engaged for proper cleanliness of the schools and hygienic part
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of the MDM.
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Organisation Chart of the programme
MHRD (MDM), New Delhi
State Govt., Elementary Education Deptt., Assam
Director of Elementary Education & SNO, MDMS, Assam
Deputy Commissioner/In case of Autonomous Council, Principal Secy, (BTC, KAADC, DHADC)
& DNO , MDMS
District Ele. Edn. Officer / Inspector of Schools
DI of Schools/Block Ele. Edn. Officer
SMC
• GPSS lifted the rice from FCI godown and delivered the same to the schools as per allocation
issued by DNOS
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Performance of State during 2012-13
Institution under MDM (as on
Primary
Total Nos.
of Schools
approved
by PAB
52250
Upper Primary
Actual Nos. of
Actual Nos. of
Schools serving Schools serving
MDM upto 2nd
MDM upto 3rd
quarter 2012-13 quarter 2012-13
51379
31st Dec/2012)
43434
Total Nos. of
Schools
approved by
PAB
Actual Nos. of
Schools serving
MDM upto 2nd
quarter 2012-13
Actual Nos. of
Schools serving
MDM upto 3rd
quarter 2012-13
15152
15152
12583
Reasons for GAP
Primary -8816
Centre Merged with nearby LPS - 6244
Not having DISE code – 2233
Children of Madrassa Moqutab streamline with
LPS – 264
Upper Primary - 2569
Integration of Class VIII to Middle Schools – 936
1633 GA Schools were shown in Govt. as well as GA
schools. Finally deleted from Govt. schools.
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Number of Institutions
COVERAGE OF INSTITUTION (PRIMARY)
Low coverage is due to adjustment of NRSTC
with nearby LP schools & some schools not
having DISE code
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Number of Institutions
COVERAGE OF INSTITUTION (UPPER PRIMARY)
Low coverage is due to repetition of some
Schools in both Govt. & Govt. Aided schools
and finally correct the figure.
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Total Beneficiaries under MDM upto the end of 3rd
quarter, 2012-13
Primary (in lac)
Upper Primary (in lac)
Total
Enrollment
(Dec/12)
PAB
approval
Coverage
under MDM
Total
Enrollment
(Dec/12)
PAB
approval
Coverage
under MDM
34.59
33.35
31.81
16.20
15.55
14.91
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Coverage of Children (2012-13 upto end of 3
rd
Stages
ENROLMENT
PAB APPROVAL
Coverage
upto 3rd qtr.
Percentage of Coverage
with reference to Enrolment
LOWER PRIMARY
3459707
3335326
3181150
92%
UPPER PRIMARY
1620485
1555000
1490844
92%
quarter)
Number of Children
3459707
3335326
3181150
3500000
3000000
ENROLMENT
2500000
1620485
2000000
1555000
1490844
PAB
APPROVAL
Coverage
1500000
1000000
500000
0
Lower Primary
Upper Primary
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Children enjoying Mid-Day meal
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Enrolment approved by PAB and children covered under
Mid-Day Meal
In lakh
Lower Primary
Upper Primary
Year
Enrolment
PAB approval
Achievement
Enrolment
PAB
approval
Achievement
2010-11
35.18
29.22
30.22
21.88
12.11
15.21
2011-12
35.51
32.55
31.54
16.11
17.97
15.54
2012-13
34.61
33.35
31.81
16.20
15.55
14.90
upto 3rd quarter
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Number of children (in lakh)
Enrolment, PAB Approval and Achievement
(Primary)
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Number of children (in lakh)
Enrolment, PAB Approval and Achievement
(Upper Primary)
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Status of Meal Served
PAB Approval upto 3rd quarter
PAB Approval
Stage
Number of Meal
Served
Number of Days
Number of Meal
Served
(1-4-12- 31-12-12)
Actual Served upto 31st Dec./12
Number of Days
Number of Meal
Served
Number of Days
697200000
210
443417800
140
404661446
127
Upper
Primary
342100000
220
213190692
143
185836346
125
NCLP
4781712
312
3247920
234
3247920
234
Number of meal served (in lakh)
Lower
Primary
6972.00
7000.00
4434.18
6000.00
4046.61
5000.00
3421.00
4000.00
91.26%
3000.00
2131.91
2000.00
1858.36
87.17%
1000.00
47.82
32.48
32.48
100%
0.00
Lower Primary
PAB Approval
Upper Primary
PAB Approval upto 3rd quarter
NCLP
Actual Served upto 31st Dec./12
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Number of Days Meal Served
(1-4-12- 31-12-12)
Number of Days Meal Served
312
234
220
210
143
140
125
127
Lower Primary
PAB Approval
234
Upper Primary
PAB Approval upto 3rd quarter
NCLP
Actual Served upto 31st Dec./12
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Children enjoying Mid-Day Meal
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Children enjoying Mid-Day Meal
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Children enjoying Mid-Day meal
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Status of Lifting and Utilization of Rice (April, 2012 to December, 2012)
In MT
Stage
Gross Allocation Opening Balance Lifted from FCI
as on 01.4.12
Lower Primary
69720.000
3404.381
Upper Primary
52032.250
274.723
upto 31-12-2012
Utilization
upto 31-12-2012
upto 31-12-2012
36565.147 39969.528 39888.906
28135.646
28410.369 27875.452
Rice In MT
for the FY 2012-13
Rice available
57.21%
54.00%
Low utilization of rice is due to non lifting of allotted rice by the DNOs of Tinsukia, Nagaon, Dima Hasao, Goalpara & Bongaigaon
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Allocation and Lifting of rice for last 3 years
In MT
Year
Allocation
Lifting
Percentage of Lifting
2010-11
101729.660
89156.307
87.64%
2011-12
127274.080
99588.900
78.25%
2012-13 upto 3rd Qtr.
121752.250
64700.793
53.46%
127274.080
121752.250
140000
Rice In MT
120000
99588.900
101729.660
89156.307
100000
64700.793
80000
87.64%
Lifting
78.25%
60000
Allocation
53.46%
40000
20000
0
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13 upto Dec./12
Low utilization of rice for 2012-13 is due to non lifting of allotted rice by the DNOs of Tinsukia, Nagaon, Dima Hasao, Goalpara &
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Bongaigaon and low lifting by Kamrup (M)
Status of Cooking Cost
upto Dec,/12
(Rs. in lakh)
Stage
Gross Allocation
Opening Balance
for the FY 2012-13
as on 01.4.12
Cooking Assistance Total Cooking Cost
expenditure
released
upto 31-12-2012
upto 31-12-2012
19136.48
1186.38
10406.12
11198.89
Upper Primary
14251.29
3472.90
4967.26
7779.10
Cooking Cost (Rs. in lakh)
Lower Primary
19136.48
Gross Allocation
14251.29
11592.50
11198.89
Total Fund Available
8440.16
7779.10
58.52%
55.35%
Lower Primary
Total Cooking Cost
expenditure upto 3112-2012
Upper Primary
Due to less rice lifting by Bongaigaon, Goalpara, Nagaon, Dima Hasao, Karbi Anglong, Tinsukia & Kamrup (M)
districts number of days served MDM has been reduced, hence expenditure of cooking cost become less.
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Allocation-vs- Utilization of Cooking Cost for 3 years
369
370
400
350
280
Cooking Cost (Rs. in crore)
276
251
300
223
250
90.94%
Allocation
200
75.88%
Utilization
150
60.27%
100
50
0
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13 upto 3rd
Qtr.
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Amount approved by PAB for 2010-11,2011-12 & 2012-13
Rs. in lakh
Year
Amount approved by PAB
Central Share
State Share
Total
2010-11
40434.67
3765.98
44200.65
2011-12
53379.80
4825.21
58205.01
2012-13
54650.02
5103.22
59753.24
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PAYMENT TO FCI
Rs. in lakh
Allocation of
Fund 2012-13
Bill Raised By FCI
upto 31/12/2012
Fund released to
DNOs for payment to
FCI upto 31/12/2012
Payment of pending
Bills of previous year
6879.01
3655.60
2618.95
5034.57
8000
Rs. in lakh
7000
6879.01
6000
5034.57
5000
4000
3655.60
3000
2618.95
2000
1000
0
Allocation of Fund 2012-13
Bill Raised By FCI
Fund released to DNOs for
payment to FCI
upto 31/12/2012
Payment of pending Bills of
previous year
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Cook-cum Helper
 Cook-cum Helper approved by PAB
-
124184
 Cook-cum Helper engaged by SMC
-
113447(91.35%)
Male
Female
Total
SC
1514 (12.88%)
10866 (10.69%)
12380 (10.91%)
ST
2685 (22.84%)
20118 (19.79%)
22803 (20.10%)
OBC
2861 (24.34%)
30388 (29.87%)
33249 (29.31%)
Minority
3026 (25.74%)
18982 (18.67%)
22008 (19.40%)
Others
1669 (14.20%)
21338 (20.98%)
23007 (20.28%)
Total
11755 (100%)
101692 (100%)
113447 (100%)
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Payment of Honorarium to Cooks-cum-Helpers
12418.40
Honorarium to CCH (Rs. in lakh)
14000.00
12000.00
7359.56
10000.00
5555.64
8000.00
6000.00
59.26 %
4000.00
44.74%
2000.00
0.00
Allocation
Payment to CCH upto
Dec./12
Payment to CCH upto
Jan./13
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Cook-cum Helper serving MDM
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Allocation
2012-13
Opening
Balance
as on 1/4/2012
Fund Release
1/4/1231/12/12
Fund Available
1/4/1231/12/12
1676.74
78.88
884.58
963.46
1800
Rs. in lakh
Utilization
1/4/1231/12/12
836.04
1676.74
1600
Rs. in lakh
1400
1200
963.46
1000
836.04
800
600
49.86%
400
200
0
Allocation 2012-13
Fund Available
Utilization
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Rs. in lakh
Allocation
2012-13
Opening
Balance
as on 1/4/2012
Fund Release
1/4/1231/12/12
Fund Available
1/4/1231/12/12
Utilization
1/4/1231/12/12
951.14
98.45
472.23
570.68
469.32
1000
951.14
900
Rs. in lakh
800
700
570.68
600
469.32
500
400
300
49.34%
200
100
0
Allocation 2012-13
Fund Available
Utilization
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Components
Rs. in lakh
2011-12
Fund Available
OB+CS+SS
2012-13 upto Dec./12
Fund Available
OB+CS+SS
Expenditure
Expenditure
Cooking Cost
34314.56
27363.12
23384.89
18977.99
Cost of Foodgrains
7229.95
5719.71
4196.11
3170.19
Honorarium to CCH
12390.81
10248.57
7319.31
2733.27
Transportation cost
1514.65
1435.77
896.80
836.04
MME
987.17
888.72
574.12
469.32
Total
56437.14
45655.89
36371.30
27843.63
2012-13 upto Dec./12 Expenditure
2011-12 Expenditure
95%
90%
93% 82%
83%
79%
37%
Cooking Cost
Cost of Foodgrains
80%
Honorarium to CCH
Cooking Cost
Cost of Foodgrains
76%
81%
Honorarium to CCH
Transportation cost
Transportation cost
MME
MME
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Sanctioned
Completed
In-progress
Not started
56795
38711 (68.16%)
7648(13.47%)
10436 (18.37%)
56795
60000
38711
50000
Unit
40000
30000
68.16%
7648
20000
10000
13.47%
10436
18.37%
0
Sanctioned
Completed
In-progress
Not started
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Sanctioned
Completed
Progress
Yet to start
62267
17666
13277
31324
62267
70000
60000
Unit
50000
31324
40000
17666
30000
13277
20000
10000
0
Sanctioned
Completed
Progress
Yet to start
The State Govt. has provided an amount of Rs.20.00 crores during 2007-08 for providing
Kitchen Devices from State Share. The Utilization of the fund is on progress.
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
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The State Govt. has setup a Grievances Redressal Cell in
the Office of the Director of Elementary Education,
Assam, Kahilipara.
Total complain received
1/4/2012 to 31/12/2012
: 6 complains

Complain dispose off at State Level
: 1 complain

Complain under enquiry at District Level : 5 complains
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
Hon’ble Minister, Education is reviewing Mid-Day Meal Scheme
alongwith other schemes from time to time.

State Steering cum Monitoring Committee meeting under the
Chairmanship of Chief Secretary is holding regularly.
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Monthly monitoring meeting held on 1st Friday of every month under
the chairmanship of Commissioner & Secretary Education (Elementary)
Department, Assam
The Sub-Committee of State Steering cum Monitoring Committee
meeting was held on 14-11-2012 wherein the implementation on
scheme of MDM has been reviewed.

District Administration, monitor the scheme regularly in the monthly
DDC meeting.

DEEO/ DMC/ DI of Schools/ BEEO/ BMC/ SI of Schools/ ABRC/ CRC are
monitoring the scheme.
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Important Outcomes of the Programme
v Regular attendance
v Reduction of Drop out rate.
v Improvement of retention rate.
v Reduction of Seasonal ailment.
v Increase in Nutritional status.
v Belongingness of
the parents/guardians to the
institution improved.
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WAY FORWARD IN RESPECT OF THE PROGRAMME
v The Govt. may extend the scheme to the children reading in class IX and
X as in Assam numbers of composite schools having classes VI – X/XII.
v The Govt. may think for a new procedure of payment of cost of foodgrains
to FCI bills by involvement of District Elementary Education Officer as in
the present system the payment seems to be not encouraging.
v
A State level task force involving Education Deptt., Health Deptt., Food &
Civil Supply Deptt., PHE Deptt. may be formed for monitoring the
scheme.
v Convergence with NRHM as regards schools health programme is to be
gear up.
v Schools may be provided advance cooking cost in order to ensure smooth
running of the MDM Scheme without break.
v MDM MIS at State & District level is going to be setup shortly.
v The State also intends to introduce the Integrated Voice Response System
(IVRS).
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Measures adopted for popularization of the scheme
v Pictorial MDM calendar for financial year 2013-14
highlighting MDM weakly menu and number of
days MDM to be served to all schools.
v Hoardings of Mid-Day Meal have been displayed
through out the state.
v Mid-Day Meal logo in each Elementary School
has been provided.
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Any other issues relating to the Programme which
requires specific attention
v Involvement of teachers in implementation of scheme is to be
replaced by School Mother Group in order to maintain regularity
in the school classes.
v Improvement in nutritional value through additional micro
nutrient.
v Provision is to be made for strengthening of the State as well as
the District and Block offices to have more effective
implementation as this Flagship programme is a massive and
noble programme considering the amount of money and age
group of beneficiaries involved.
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GOOD PRACTICES
 Though Assam is having caste less society yet this programme has played
key role in bringing more harmony among the people of different caste,
creed and religion.
 The scheme is running with active participation of 2380 SC, 22803 ST,
22008 Minorities, 33249 OBC, 23007 Others cook-cum helper engaged under
Mid-Day Meals which help in bringing social integrity.
 Involvement of Mother Groups in all schools for implementation of Mid-Day Meal
Scheme has improved the hygienic part of the Mid-Day Meal.
 Discipline and eco-friendliness.
 Prayer before meal.
 The scenery of handwashing before and after Mid-Day Meal among students is
definitely a far reaching hygienic habit.
 Team sprit & sharing.
 Food & Nutrition teaching.
 Precaution against fire & food poisoning.
 Joy full atmosphere in the schools
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contd..
 Uninterrupted timely supply of FAQ food grains through nearest Fair Price
Shop
 Varied menu with local option
 Convergence with NRHM, Drinking Water & Sanitation
 Growing kitchen gardens in schools
 Provide one day training programme to cook-cum-helper
 Department initiative to provide necessary training to cook-cum-helper at
Institute of Hotel Management (IHM)
 Training of Hand Wash programme
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Children washing their own dishes after having Mid-Day Meal
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Children washing their own dishes after having Mid-Day Meal
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Proposed Budget for 2013-14
Schemes
Lower Primary
& NCLP
Upper Primary
Total
43434
12583
56017
Enrolment
3459707
1620485
5080192
Average No. of Children
Avail Mid-Day Meal
3181150
1490844
4671994
210 & 312 for
NCLP
220
-
Number of Institution
Number of Days
Requirement of foodgrains
(in MT)
67162.25
49197.852
116360.102
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Proposed Budget for 2013-14
Central Share
Schemes
Rs. in lakh
Lower Primary &
NCLP
Upper Primary
Total
3768.07
2779.67
6547.74
20215.19
14759.36
34974.55
7567.20
2763.63
10330.83
Transportation cost
913.40
669.10
1582.50
MME
598.78
386.46
985.24
Total
33062.64
21358.22
54420.86
Cost of Foodgrains
Cooking cost
Honorarium to
cook-cum-helper
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Proposed Budget for 2013-14
State Share
Schemes
Cooking Cost
Honorarium to
Cook-cum-Helper
Total
Grand Total
Central Share &
State Share
Rs. in lakh
Lower Primary &
NCLP
Upper Primary
Total
2214.84
1639.93
3854.77
840.80
307.07
1147.87
3055.64
1947.00
5002.64
36118.25
23305.22
59423.50
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State Steering Cum Monitoring Committee
Meeting of State Steering Cum Monitoring Committee
held on 28/2/2013 under the Chairmanship of Chief
Secretary, Assam.
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Status of Monthly Data Feeding as on 20-4-2013
District
LAKHIMPUR
KAMRUP(M)
DIMA HASAO
JORHAT
GOALPARA
KARBI ANGLONG
KAMRUP
BAKSA
DARRANG
NAGAON
DHEMAJI
KARIMGANJ
DHUBRI
CACHAR
BARPETA
BONGAIGAON
CHIRANG
DIBRUGARH
GOLAGHAT
HAILAKANDI
KOKRAJHAR
MARIGAON
NALBARI
SIBSAGAR
SONITPUR
TINSUKIA
UDALGURI
Total
Total Schools
April
2790
2790
959
732
968
774
2449
2058
2122
2045
2193
2065
2726
2435
2206
2122
1448
1448
3966
3884
1918
1915
2039
2039
3450
3450
2618
2618
2942
2942
1233
1233
1174
1174
2101
2101
1829
1829
1403
1403
2329
2329
1747
1747
1492
1492
2459
2459
2661
2661
1506
1506
1550
1550
56278 54801
May
2195
731
763
2050
2001
1990
2406
2108
1447
3884
1915
2039
3448
2617
2942
1233
1174
2101
1829
1403
2329
1747
1492
2459
2661
1506
1550
54020
June
2098
730
763
2048
1991
1985
2397
2105
1447
3884
1915
2039
3448
2617
2942
1233
1174
2101
1829
1403
2329
1747
1492
2459
2661
1506
1550
53893
July
2081
730
761
2047
1990
1983
2389
2073
1445
3884
1915
2039
3448
2617
2942
1233
1174
2101
1829
1403
2329
1747
1492
2459
2661
1506
1550
53828
August
1893
729
761
2044
1983
1979
2389
2067
1445
3883
1915
2039
3448
2617
2942
1233
1174
2101
1829
1403
2329
1747
1492
2459
2661
1506
1550
53618
September
1886
725
761
2043
1965
1977
2389
2067
1445
3877
1915
2039
3448
2617
2942
1233
1174
2101
1829
1403
2329
1747
1492
2459
2661
1506
1550
53580
October
1880
724
758
2043
1947
1970
2389
2044
1445
3877
1915
2039
3448
2617
2942
1233
1174
2101
1829
1403
2329
1747
1492
2459
2661
1506
1550
53522
November
December
1878
720
757
2042
1893
1921
2389
2043
1445
3877
1914
2039
3448
2617
2942
1233
1174
2101
1829
1403
2329
1747
1492
2459
2661
1506
1550
53409
1876
715
747
2038
1789
1902
2385
2038
1411
3877
1914
2036
3448
2617
2942
1233
1174
2101
1829
1403
2329
1747
1492
2459
2661
1506
1550
53219
50
60
40
20
0
100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
MARIGAON
KOKRAJHAR
DHUBRI
GOLAGHAT
SONITPUR
DIBRUGARH
NALBARI
CHIRANG
BONGAIGAON
DHEMAJI
CACHAR
UDALGURI
TINSUKIA
HAILAKANDI
SIBSAGAR
KARIMGANJ
98
BARPETA
92
97
NAGAON
100
DARRANG
BAKSA
87
KAMRUP
84
87
KARBI ANGLONG
83
GOALPARA
80
JORHAT
77
DIMA HASAO
67
75
KAMRUP(M)
LAKHIMPUR
Percentage (%) of completion of Monthly Data Feeding
(District wise) for the month of Dec/2012 as on 20-4-2013
120
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Information on NGO (The Akshaya Patra Foundation)
 Coverage of Districts
 Number of Kitchen
 Number of Institution covered
 Number of Children covered
-
Kamrup & Kamrup (Metro)
1
569
49123
 Maximum distance
covered from Central Kitchen
 Cook-cum-helper engaged at
Kitchen shed
 Cook-cum-helper engaged at
schools covered under central
kitchen
-
82 km
200
941
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Askhaya Patra
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Strengthening of Management, Monitoring & Evaluation of MDM
Sl.
Activity
A School level Expenditure :
1. Providing 3 Registers per schools for keeping records to 56017 Schools/ Institutions/ Centres.
i.One for keeping record of foodgrains
ii.One for keeping attendance of student.
iii.One for keeping record of cooking cost
2. Mid-Day Meal Calendar – 1,09,000 copies with delivery at block offices
3. Campaign through audio – visual : Documentary film on implementation of MDM for 15
minutes.
Campaign through radio, television and theatre ( & publication in Souvenir).
4. Training of Cook-cum-helper :
Organizing 1 day training programme for cook-cum-helper engaged under MDM Scheme.
5. Providing sets of Apron & hat for cook-cum-helper engaged in Mid-Day Meal Scheme
6. Administrative cost for purchase of Hand washing soap
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Strengthening of Management, Monitoring & Evaluation of MDM
contd….
Sl.
Activity
B. Management, Supervision/ Training /External / Internal Monitoring Evaluation
1. Remuneration of existing computer operator staff
2. Remuneration of State MIS Programmer for 1 year @ Rs.23,000/- respectively per month.
3. Remuneration of District coordinator and data entry operator for 27 districts for 1 year @
Rs.20000/- & Rs.10000/- respectively per month.
4. Engagement of data entry operator at 137 blocks @ Rs.6000/- per month
5. Purchase of furniture for district level coordinator and data entry operator
6. Purchase of Computer for Director Office, District offices and block offices.
7. Provision of TA & contingency for i. State office
ii. District office
iii.Sub Division & Block office
8. Providing Resiographer machines to District offices
9. Third party evaluation for monitoring the scheme
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ISSUES
 Pending Transportation Cost for 2005-06
 Proposal was submitted to the Govt. of India for reimbursement of arrear
transportation cost to an amount of Rs.586.31 lakh
 Govt. of India instructed to submit audit certificates from C&AG to release the
amount
 Accordingly AG wanted communicated following documents : AG requested to submit the following documents in order to submit Audit Certificate
 Photocopies of the original UCs submitted by the Deputy Commissioners showing the total
quantities of food grains lifted from the FCI.
 Government approved rate for the transportation of the food grains and copies of the
Government orders.
 Photocopies of the Challans/Bills & Vouchers.
 Selection of carriage Contractors i.e. copies of NIT and C/S.
 Work Completion Report of Carriage Contractors.
 APRs.
 Registration No. of Vehicles actually deployed for transportation works.
 AC Bill drawals and the purpose.
 Above documents have not yet received from some DNOs for which the same was
not furnished to the AG. Hence AG has not submitted Audit Certificate.
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contd….
 Cachar Rollar Flour Mill had approached to the Hon’ble
Gauhati High Court for payment of Arrear transportation cost
for an amount of Rs.13.26 lakh
 Hon’ble Gauhati High Court has passed an order dated.
6/3/13 in WP(C) 2088/2010 stating“the writ petition is disposed of directing all the respondents
to pass appropriate order as expeditiously as possible, but at
any rate, not later than 31.5.2013 regarding the entitlement of
the petitioner in respect of the amount of Rs.13,25,581/- in
respect of the transportation of Mid-day Meal Rice and to pay
the admissible amount found to be paid within the aforesaid
target date.”
 Position was informed to the Govt. of India with a request to
sort out a solution for release of the said amount as per
Hon’ble Court’s order.
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Tea leaf plucking
58
Sunset view of River Brahmaputra
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Thanking you
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