Скачать презентацию GOVT OF ASSAM ANNUAL WORK PLAN BUDGET Скачать презентацию GOVT OF ASSAM ANNUAL WORK PLAN BUDGET

83c6bec4691e450c1b13f81b7a09871a.ppt

  • Количество слайдов: 60

GOVT. OF ASSAM ANNUAL WORK PLAN & BUDGET, 2013 -14 MID-DAY MEAL SCHEME 1 GOVT. OF ASSAM ANNUAL WORK PLAN & BUDGET, 2013 -14 MID-DAY MEAL SCHEME 1

WELCOME TO ASSAM A photograph of Kaziranga with one horned Rhino 3/19/2018 2 WELCOME TO ASSAM A photograph of Kaziranga with one horned Rhino 3/19/2018 2

MAA KAMAKHYA TEMPLE, GUWAHATI 3 MAA KAMAKHYA TEMPLE, GUWAHATI 3

ASSAM AT A GLANCE Geographical area Districts Autonomous Councils Sub-Divisions Blocks ØCommunity Ø Education ASSAM AT A GLANCE Geographical area Districts Autonomous Councils Sub-Divisions Blocks ØCommunity Ø Education Villages (Revenue) Towns Total Population Ø Male Ø Female Population of age group (0 -6) years Literacy rate Ø Male Ø Female Ø Total Source – As per 2011 Census - 78438 Sq. Km 27 3 56 - 219 137 26395 214 31169272 - 15954927 - 2206219 4511307 - 78. 81 67. 27 73. 18 4

Languages/Medium in Elementary Schools Assamese Bengali Bodo Nepali Manipuri Garo Hmar English Hindi 5 Languages/Medium in Elementary Schools Assamese Bengali Bodo Nepali Manipuri Garo Hmar English Hindi 5

Role of various Department/ Agencies in Mid-Day Meal Scheme v The Department of Elementary Role of various Department/ Agencies in Mid-Day Meal Scheme v 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. 6

Organisation Chart of the programme MHRD (MDM), New Delhi State Govt. , Elementary Education 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 7

Performance of State during 2012 -13 Institution under MDM (as on Primary Upper Primary Performance of State during 2012 -13 Institution under MDM (as on Primary Upper Primary Total Nos. Actual Nos. Total Nos. of of Schools serving MDM approved by approved upto 2 nd upto 3 rd PAB by PAB quarter 2012 - quarter 2012 13 -13 52250 51379 31 st Dec/2012) 43434 15152 Actual Nos. of Schools serving MDM upto 2 nd quarter 201213 Actual Nos. of Schools serving MDM upto 3 rd quarter 2012 -13 15152 12583 Reasons for GAP Primary -8816 Upper Primary - 2569 Centre Merged with nearby LPS - 6244 Not having DISE code – 2233 Children of Madrassa Moqutab streamline with LPS – 264 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. 8

Number of Institutions COVERAGE OF INSTITUTION (PRIMARY) Low coverage is due to adjustment of 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 9

Number of Institutions COVERAGE OF INSTITUTION (UPPER PRIMARY) Low coverage is due to repetition 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. 10

Total Beneficiaries under MDM upto the end of 3 rd quarter, 2012 -13 Primary Total Beneficiaries under MDM upto the end of 3 rd quarter, 2012 -13 Primary (in lac) Upper Primary (in lac) Total Enrollment (Dec/12) PAB approval Coverage under MDM 34. 59 33. 35 31. 81 16. 20 15. 55 14. 91 11

Coverage of Children (2012 -13 upto end of 3 rd ENROLMENT PAB APPROVAL Coverage Coverage of Children (2012 -13 upto end of 3 rd ENROLMENT PAB APPROVAL Coverage upto 3 rd qtr. Percentage of Coverage with reference to Enrolment LOWER PRIMARY 3459707 3335326 3181150 92% UPPER PRIMARY 1620485 1555000 1490844 92% Number of Children Stages quarter) 12

Children enjoying Mid-Day meal 13 Children enjoying Mid-Day meal 13

Enrolment approved by PAB and children covered under Mid-Day Meal In lakh Lower Primary Enrolment approved by PAB and children covered under Mid-Day Meal In lakh Lower Primary Year Enrolment Upper Primary 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 3 rd quarter 14

Number of children (in lakh) Enrolment, PAB Approval and Achievement (Primary) 15 Number of children (in lakh) Enrolment, PAB Approval and Achievement (Primary) 15

Number of children (in lakh) Enrolment, PAB Approval and Achievement (Upper Primary) 16 Number of children (in lakh) Enrolment, PAB Approval and Achievement (Upper Primary) 16

Status of Meal Served PAB Approval Stage Number of Meal Served PAB Approval upto Status of Meal Served PAB Approval Stage Number of Meal Served PAB Approval upto 3 rd quarter Number of Days Number of Meal Served Number of Days (1 -4 -12 - 31 -12 -12) Actual Served upto 31 st Dec. /12 Number of Meal Served Number of Days 697200000 210 443417800 140 404661446 127 Upper Primary 342100000 220 213190692 143 185836346 125 NCLP 4781712 3247920 234 Number of meal served (in lakh) Lower Primary 6972. 00 4434. 18 7000. 00 4046. 61 6000. 00 5000. 00 3421. 00 2131. 91 1858. 36 4000. 00 3000. 00 91. 26% 47. 82 2000. 00 87. 17% 1000. 00 PAB Approval Upper Primary PAB Approval upto 3 rd quarter 32. 48 100% 0. 00 Lower Primary 32. 48 NCLP Actual Served upto 31 st Dec. /12 17

Number of Days Meal Served (1 -4 -12 - 31 -12 -12) 312 220 Number of Days Meal Served (1 -4 -12 - 31 -12 -12) 312 220 210 Number of Days Meal Served 234 140 127 Lower Primary PAB Approval 143 234 125 Upper Primary PAB Approval upto 3 rd quarter NCLP Actual Served upto 31 st Dec. /12 18

Children enjoying Mid-Day Meal 19 Children enjoying Mid-Day Meal 19

Children enjoying Mid-Day Meal 20 Children enjoying Mid-Day Meal 20

Children enjoying Mid-Day meal 21 Children enjoying Mid-Day meal 21

Status of Lifting and Utilization of Rice (April, 2012 to December, 2012) In MT 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 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 22

Allocation and Lifting of rice for last 3 years In MT Allocation Lifting Percentage Allocation and Lifting of rice for last 3 years In MT Allocation Lifting Percentage of Lifting 2010 -11 101729. 660 89156. 307 87. 64% 2011 -12 127274. 080 99588. 900 78. 25% 2012 -13 upto 3 rd Qtr. Rice In MT Year 121752. 250 64700. 793 53. 46% 87. 64% Low utilization of rice for 2012 -13 is due to non lifting of allotted rice by the DNOs of Tinsukia, Nagaon, Dima Hasao, Goalpara & 23 Bongaigaon and low lifting by Kamrup (M)

Status of Cooking Cost upto Dec, /12 (Rs. in lakh) Opening Balance for the Status of Cooking Cost upto Dec, /12 (Rs. in lakh) Opening Balance for the FY 2012 -13 as on 01. 4. 12 Lower Primary 19136. 48 Upper Primary 14251. 29 Cooking Cost (Rs. in lakh) Stage Gross Allocation Cooking Assistance Total Cooking Cost expenditure released upto 31 -12 -2012 1186. 38 10406. 12 11198. 89 3472. 90 4967. 26 7779. 10 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. 24

Allocation-vs- Utilization of Cooking Cost for 3 years 369 370 400 Cooking Cost (Rs. Allocation-vs- Utilization of Cooking Cost for 3 years 369 370 400 Cooking Cost (Rs. in crore) 350 280 276 251 223 300 250 90. 94% 200 Allocation 75. 88% 150 Utilization 60. 27% 100 50 0 2010 -11 2011 -12 2012 -13 upto 3 rd Qtr. 25

Amount approved by PAB for 2010 -11, 2011 -12 & 2012 -13 Rs. in 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 26

PAYMENT TO FCI Allocation of Fund 2012 -13 Bill Raised By FCI upto 31/12/2012 PAYMENT TO FCI Allocation of Fund 2012 -13 Bill Raised By FCI upto 31/12/2012 6879. 01 3655. 60 Rs. in lakh Fund released to Payment of pending DNOs for payment to Bills of previous year FCI upto 31/12/2012 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 27

Cook-cum Helper approved by PAB - 124184 Cook-cum Helper engaged by SMC - 113447 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 1755 (100%) 1 101692 (100%) 113447 (100%) 28

Payment of Honorarium to Cooks-cum-Helpers 12418. 40 Honorarium to CCH (Rs. in lakh) 14000 Payment of Honorarium to Cooks-cum-Helpers 12418. 40 Honorarium to CCH (Rs. in lakh) 14000 12000 7359. 56 10000 5555. 64 8000 6000 59. 26 % 44. 74% 4000 2000 0 Allocation Payment to CCH upto Dec. /12 Payment to CCH upto Jan. /13 29

Cook-cum Helper serving MDM 30 Cook-cum Helper serving MDM 30

TRANSPORTATION CHARGES Allocation 2012 -13 Opening Balance as on 1/4/2012 Fund Release 1/4/1231/12/12 Fund TRANSPORTATION CHARGES 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 963. 4599999 1200 1000 836. 04 800 49. 86% 600 400 200 0 Allocation 2012 -13 Fund Available Utilization 31

MME Expenditures Rs. in lakh Allocation 2012 -13 Opening Balance as on 1/4/2012 Fund MME Expenditures 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 49. 34% 300 200 100 0 Allocation 2012 -13 Fund Available Utilization 32

Component wise fund received and expenditure of Central Share & State Share for 2011 Component wise fund received and expenditure of Central Share & State Share for 2011 -12 & 2012 -13 upto Dec. /2012 Components Rs. in lakh 2011 -12 Fund Available OB+CS+SS 2012 -13 upto Dec. /12 Fund Available OB+CS+SS 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 2011 -12 Expenditure 95% 90% 93% 82% Cooking Cost of Foodgrains 83% 79% 2012 -13 upto Dec. /12 Expenditure Honorarium to CCH 80% Transportation cost MME Cooking Cost 37% Cost of Foodgrains 76% Honorarium to CCH 81% Transportation cost MME 33

Status of construction of Kitchen-cum store Sanctioned Completed In-progress Not started 56795 38711 (68. Status of construction of Kitchen-cum store Sanctioned Completed In-progress Not started 56795 38711 (68. 16%) 7648(13. 47%) 10436 (18. 37%) 56795 38711 60000 50000 Unit 40000 7648 30000 10436 68. 16% 20000 13. 47% 18. 37% 0 Sanctioned Completed In-progress Not started 34

Kitchen Devices Sanctioned Completed Progress Yet to start 62267 17666 13277 31324 62267 70000 Kitchen Devices Sanctioned Completed Progress Yet to start 62267 17666 13277 31324 62267 70000 60000 31324 Unit 50000 17666 40000 13277 30000 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. 35

Grievances Redressal Mechanism The State Govt. has setup a Grievances Redressal Cell in the Grievances Redressal Mechanism 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 36

MONITORING Hon’ble Minister, Education is reviewing Mid-Day Meal Scheme alongwith other schemes from time MONITORING 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. Monthly monitoring meeting held on 1 st 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. 37

Important Outcomes of the Programme v Regular attendance v Reduction of Drop out rate. 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. 38

WAY FORWARD IN RESPECT OF THE PROGRAMME v The Govt. may extend the scheme 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). 39

Measures adopted for popularization of the scheme v Pictorial MDM calendar for financial year 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. 40

Any other issues relating to the Programme which requires specific attention v Involvement of 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. 41

GOOD PRACTICES Though Assam is having caste less society yet this programme has played 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 42

contd. . Uninterrupted timely supply of FAQ food grains through nearest Fair Price Shop 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 43

Children washing their own dishes after having Mid-Day Meal 44 Children washing their own dishes after having Mid-Day Meal 44

Children washing their own dishes after having Mid-Day Meal 45 Children washing their own dishes after having Mid-Day Meal 45

Proposed Budget for 2013 -14 Schemes Lower Primary & NCLP Upper Primary Total 43434 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 46

Proposed Budget for 2013 -14 Central Share Schemes Rs. in lakh Lower Primary & 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 Honorarium to cook -cum-helper 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 47

Proposed Budget for 2013 -14 State Share Schemes Cooking Cost Honorarium to Cook-cum-Helper Total 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 48

State Steering Cum Monitoring Committee Meeting of State Steering Cum Monitoring Committee held on State Steering Cum Monitoring Committee Meeting of State Steering Cum Monitoring Committee held on 28/2/2013 under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary, Assam. 8 49

Status of Monthly Data Feeding as on 20 -4 -2013 District LAKHIMPUR KAMRUP(M) DIMA 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 Schools April 2790 959 732 968 774 2449 2058 2122 2045 2193 2065 2726 2435 2206 2122 1448 3966 3884 1918 1915 2039 3450 2618 2942 1233 1174 2101 1829 1403 2329 1747 1492 2459 2661 1506 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

Percentage (%) of completion of Monthly Data Feeding (District wise) for the month of Percentage (%) of completion of Monthly Data Feeding (District wise) for the month of Dec/2012 as on 20 -4 -2013 120 KAMRUP DIMA HASAO 60 87 KARBI ANGLONG 75 84 87 92 97 98 100 100 100 100 100 77 KAMRUP(M) 83 GOALPARA 80 JORHAT 100 67 40 MARIGAON KOKRAJHAR DHUBRI GOLAGHAT SONITPUR DIBRUGARH NALBARI CHIRANG BONGAIGAON DHEMAJI CACHAR UDALGURI TINSUKIA HAILAKANDI SIBSAGAR KARIMGANJ BARPETA NAGAON DARRANG BAKSA 0 LAKHIMPUR 20 51

Information on NGO (The Akshaya Patra Foundation) Coverage of Districts Number of Kitchen Number Information on NGO (The Akshaya Patra Foundation) Coverage of Districts Number of Kitchen Number of Institution covered Number of Children covered Maximum distance covered from Central Kitchen Cook-cum-helper engaged at Kitchen shed Cook-cum-helper engaged at schools covered under central kitchen - Kamrup & Kamrup (Metro) 1 569 49123 - 82 km - 200 - 941 52

Askhaya Patra 53 Askhaya Patra 53

Strengthening of Management, Monitoring & Evaluation of MDM Sl. Activity A School level Expenditure 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 54

Strengthening of Management, Monitoring & Evaluation of MDM contd…. Sl. Activity B. Management, Supervision/ 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 55

ISSUES Ø Pending Transportation Cost for 2005 -06 § Proposal was submitted to the ISSUES Ø 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 Ø Photocopies of the original UCs submitted by the Deputy Commissioners showing the total quantities of food grains lifted from the FCI. Ø Government approved rate for the transportation of the food grains and copies of the Government orders. Ø Photocopies of the Challans/Bills & Vouchers. Ø Selection of carriage Contractors i. e. copies of NIT and C/S. Ø Work Completion Report of Carriage Contractors. Ø APRs. Ø Registration No. of Vehicles actually deployed for transportation works. Ø 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. 56

contd…. § Cachar Rollar Flour Mill had approached to the Hon’ble Gauhati High Court 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. 57

Tea leaf plucking 58 Tea leaf plucking 58

Sunset view of River Brahmaputra 59 Sunset view of River Brahmaputra 59

Thanking you 60 Thanking you 60