School Health Programme Implementation, Monitoring Guidelines

Lr.Rc.No.216, Dt:13.03.2015 – School Health Programme Implementation, Monitoring Guidelines and Instructions: 

Government of Andhra Pradesh,Education Department, Smt. K.Sandhya Rani, State Project Director, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan has issued to all the Project Officers  and all the District Educational Officers in Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad for Implementation and monitoring of School Health Programme in each school. This letter details as follow.

Lr.Rc.No.216/SSA/SH/BL/(C5)A5/2010, Dated:13.03.2015.
Subject: APSSA, Hyderabad – RBSK – Implementation and monitoring of School Health Programme in each school – Status on screening – Referrals and treatment – WIFS(Weekly Iron Folic Acid) Supplementation – Necessary Guidelines – Instructions – Issued -Reg.


  1. Meeting on16-12-2014 held with the Commissioner, Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department, Koti, Sultan Bazar, Hyderabad.
  2. Meeting held with Project Coordinator of NHM of RBSK on 11-03-2015.
  3. Lr.Rc.No.216/SSA/SH/BL/C5/2010, dated:30.12.2014 of this office.

Kind attention is invited to the subject and reference cited above. The Project Officers / District Educational Officers of 13 districts are  requested to pay attention on implementation of RBSK School Health Programme in concerned district.

The Commissioner of Health, Medical and Family Welfare Department vide reference cited issued Guidelines and instructions to District Medical Officer and Health Officer on implementation of RBSK(Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram) in all schools.  

They also “Observing every Thursday has School Health Day” and distributing the WIFS (weekly Iron Folic Acid)  Supplementary to every child after lunch.

  1. 1st to 5th class – Small doses.
  2. 6th to Higher Level – Large doses.

May be administrated in each school for each student and also 10 tables to each student may be stocked at disposal of HM of each school, and also requested to send the status report on the following points.
1.Status on students Screening. 
2.No. of students Referred. 
3.No. of students Treated.  

Identification of Chinnari Doctors in each class / section of the school to create awareness on health habits(Swasthya Lahari).

Formation of Arogya clubs in each school up to Upper Primary to Higher Level.

The Project Officers / District Educational Officers are requested to position the PETs / PDs as Health coordinators to coordinate with health team at school point in concerned district (Vide reference 3rd cited).  Swasthh Program on Wheels

The POs / DEOs are requested to coordinate with DM and HOs at district level and also issue instructions to MEOs / HMs at mandal level to coordinate with concerned PHC Doctors / Liaison Officers of RBSK in implementation of the said programme and also school wise children data may be send to State Project Office ( ) & Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department ( ) to Monitorwith Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department at State Level.

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