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TS MDM Scheme Cooking Cost New Rates, Government Of Telangana, School Education Department has given the Govt Order i.e, GO.Rt.No.75 on 29-08-2020. As per Govt Orders, Government has enhanced the Cooking cost under National Programme of Mid Day Meal Scheme w.e.f. 01.04.2020 as per Government of India norms. GO.Rt.No.75, Dated: 29-08-2020: As per Govt Orders, TS Govt has enhanced the Cooking cost under MDM Scheme w.e.f. 01.04.2020 as per Government of India norms. MDM Scheme Cooking Cost Rates as per GO No.75, Dated: 29-08-2020: The Govt issued orders for enhancing the cooking cost w.e.f 01.04.2020 under National Programme of MDM in schools. The details are as follows: TS MDM Cooking Cost Rates A. 01.01.2016 to 30-06-2016: PS – 3.86 and UPS – 5.78 B. 01-07-2016 to 31-03-2018: PS – 4.13 and UPS – 6.18 C. 01-04-2018 to 31-03-2019: PS – 4.35 and UPS – 6.51 D. 01-04-2019 to 31-03-2020: PS

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AP MDM Cooking Rates Enhanced: New Cooking Rates GO.No.222,Dated: 05-00-2019, MDM Scheme Cooking Cost New Rates From 01-04-2019 for AP Schools, Mid Day Meal Scheme Cooking Cost Revised Rates, National Program of Mid Day Meal Scheme for the year 2020, AP GO.222, providing egg thrice a week, Cooking Cost Enhanced/New Rates for PS, UPS and High Schools in AP State. For Andhra Pradesh State: MDM Scheme Cooking Cost New Rates From 01-04-2019 for AP Schools:Govt Order No: G.O.Rt.No. 222 Dated: 05-09-2019 State: GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH Subject: School Education Department – Mid Day Meal Scheme – Enhancement of cooking cost of Primary and Upper Primary and High Schools under Mid Day Meal Scheme – Orders – Issued. Department: SCHOOL EDUCATION (PROG.I) DEPARTMENT GO Date: G.O.RT.No.222 Dated: 05-09-2019 Reference: From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati, Lr.Rc.No.ESE02-27021/101/2019-MDM-CSE, dt:02.07.2019 ORDER: The Commissioner of School Education in the letter read above has stated that the Under Secretary,

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MDM Scheme implementation guidelines.  Mid Day Meal Scheme Certain Instructions, National Programme of Mid Day Meal Certain Instructions, A Video Conference was conducted by Dr. G. Vani Mohan on 19.07.2013 with RJDSEs and DEOs and the following instructions were given to effective implementation of MDM Scheme in all schools. The Egg has to be supplied thrice in a week to all students under MDM Scheme | MDM SMS Based Monitoring System/MDM Monitoring through SMS(ARMS) in TS Schools | MDM Scheme Cooking cost New Rates for AP, TS Schools | TS Schools MDM Online data updation, Day wise MDM Data Online entry | MDM SMS Based Monitoring System/MDM Monitoring through SMS(ARMS) in TS Schools details are given here MDM Instructions PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER, SCHOOL EDUCATION TELANGANA: HYDERABAD Re.No.265/MDM/2012; Dated:14.11.2012 SUB:- SE DEPARTMENT – MID DAY MEAL SCHEME Instructions on implementation of Mid Day Meal Scheme Maintenance of Hygienic Conditions in preparation of

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AP MDM Guidelines for Supply of Eggs, The supply of Eggs to the school points from 01/08/2017 is entrusted to three successful bidders in the State. The district-wise suppliers selected have already been intimated. In this context, the following guidelines are issued for strict compliance for the Supply of Eggs to School Points 2017.   PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION::ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATHI. Rc.No.100/MDM/2016 Dated: 21/07/2017. Sub: SE-MDM- Supply of eggs to School Education Department centers Under Mid Day Meal Scheme for the year 2017-18-Guidelines for supply and procurement of Eggs to school points in the State- Reg. Read:1)Supreme Court order the W.P. (Civil) No. 857 of 2015 with Interlocutory Application No.1 of 2015 filed before the Supreme Court of India by Swaraj Abhiyan Vs UoI and others.2) Several representations of the Mid Day Meal Workers received through District Educational Officers concerned.3) 405505/Prog.I/Al/2016 Dt:27/12/2016.4) Govt. Memo No.292327/Prog.l/Al/2016 Dt:03/09/20165) GO.Rt.No.3 Dept

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AP MDM Scheme, The Commissioner of School Education, AP Sate has given certain instructions to the all the district officials for effective implementation of Mid Day Meal Scheme in all schools for this academic year. D.O.Lr.Rc.No.356/MDM/2011-1, Dated: 09/07/2014.Subject: Mid Day Meal Scheme – Instructions to the district officials for effective implementation of the MDM scheme – Reg. Reference: Lr.No.F.1-15/2009-Desk (MDM), dated:10/02/2010 of Joint Secretary to GOI, MHRD, New Delhi. G.O.Ms.No.21, Edn. (SE-Prog.I) Dept., dated:10/03/2011. C&DSE’s Proc.Rc.No.356/MDM/2012, dated:24/06/2012. Prl. Secretary, School Edn., D.O.Lr.No.356/MDM/2012, dated:25/07/2013 addressed to all the District Collectors in the State. C&DSE’s DO Lr.Rc.No.356/MDM/2012, dated:27/07/2013 About:We are aware the Mid Day Meal Scheme is one of the key programmes of the Government of India being implemented to achieve certain objectives; 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

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Tithi Bhojan Programme under MDM: The Concept of “Tithi Bhojan”, a community participation programme was initiated by the State Government of Gujarat in mid-day meal programme by relying on the traditional practice of providing food to a large number of people on special occasions such as festivals, anniversaries, birthdays, marriages, and days of national importance, etc. Members of the community provide nutritious and healthy food to the children as an additional food item or a full meal on such special occasions/festivals. This is completely voluntary, and the people in the community contribute either a complete full meal or contribute food items in the form of sweets, namkeens, fruits or sprouts, etc. as an additional item. Tithi Bhojan is not a substitute to Midday Meal. This only supplements or complements Mid – Day Meal. The government of India has been sent to all the States and UTs to encourage the concept

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Mid Day Meal MDM Implementation Guidelines, DSE Telangana instructions on MDM: DSE Telangana, Rc.No.265; Dated: 23-06-2016; Subject: School Education – Mid Day Meal – implementation of Mid Day meal scheme in the State-certain instructions – issued The attention of all the District Educational Officers in the State are invited to the subject read above, and they are informed that during the Regional workshop of MDM held at Thiruvananthapuram on 10th and 11th June 2016. The Secretary, MHRD Govt. of India instructed to take immediate action on the guidelines of MDM issued by GOI from time to time and see that the scheme of Mid Day Meal is implemented in schools successfully without any scope of untoward incidents. Mid Day Meal MDM Implementation Guidelines They are instructed to concentrate on the following at the field level in touch with them regular supervision. l. Conduct inspection in the Mid Day Meal Scheme2.

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Summer MDM Honorarium to Telangana HMs and Teachers in Telangana State: Summer MDM Honorarium to the TS HMs/ TS Teachers, Summer MDM Honorarium to Telangana HMs/SGTs/SAs, Summer MDM Honorarium to TS TGTs/PGTs. C and DSE Telangana, Proc.Rc.No.Spl/MDM/ 2015, Dated:08/03/2018, Sub:- SE Department – Implementation of Mid Day Meal Scheme in all the schools in the State except Hyderabad for the classes I to VIII and IX and X classes during summer vacation during the year 2016-17 – Sanction of honorarium to the teachers involved in the implementation of Mid Day Meal Scheme during summer vacation during 2016-Reg. Ref:-1. Govt. Memo No.8131/Prog.II/A2/2015 Dated:-16-02-2017.2. From C&DSE AP Lr.No.75/MDM/2016 Dt. 21-03-2017.3. C&DSE T.S. Lr.No.Spl/MDM/2015 Dt. 22-03-20174. Govt. Memo No.8131/Prog.II/A2/2015 Dated:-04-04-2017.5. C&DSE T.S. Lr.No.Spl/MDM/2015 Dt. 04-05-20176. Govt. Memo No.8131/Prog.II/A2/2015 Dated:-29-02-2018. All the District Educational Officers except Hyderabad in the State are informed that the Government has sanctioned an amount of Rs. 2.755 Cr towards payment

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Providing 3 Eggs per week to AP & TS Schools, Govt of Telangana, School Education Department, Budget Estimates 2016-17 – Plan – Budget Release Order for an amount of Rs.109,40,20,000/- (Rupees One Hundred and Nine Crores Forty Lakhs and Twenty Thousand only) towards meeting the expenditure of egg cost for providing three eggs per week to the students under Mid Day Meal Scheme during the year 2016-17 – Administrative Sanction – Orders – Issued Reference:1. From the Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad, T.S., Hyderabad Lr. Rc.No. Spl/MDM/2016, Dt: 16.06.2016.2. G.O.Rt.No.200, Finance(EBS.IV)Department, dated 19.07.2016. ORDER: In pursuance of the circumstances reported by the Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad in the reference 1st read above and Budget Release Order issued by the Finance (EBS.IV) Department in the reference 2nd read above, Government hereby accord Administrative Sanction for an amount of Rs.109,40,20,000/- (Rupees One Hundred and Nine Crores Forty Lakhs and

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Instructions on Superfine Rice supply scheme, C. Partha Sarathi, IAS, Commissioner of Civil Supplies and E.O Secretary to Govt. of Telangana has sent a letter to all DEOs, Prl. Secretary, BC Welfare Department, Prl. Secretary, SC Welfare Department, Prl. Secretary, School Education, Prl. Secretary, ST Welfare Department. This letter details as follow. Circular. Rc.F/15/2016, Dated:05.01.2017:Sub:- Civil Supplies – Supply of rice under Mid-day-Meals Scheme – “SANNA BIYYAM” Instructions – Issued. Ref:- Commissioner of Civil Supplies, Hyderabad, Ref.No.PDS.II(3)/2050/2016, dated:06.12.2016 The Commissioner of Civil Supplies, Telangana State, Hyderabad is given instructions on making the distribution and consumption of S~ Biyyam to Schools/Hostels more transparent, accountable and responsible. These cover the DEO/MEOs in the district since Doddu Biyyam is being polished and supplied in place of Sanna Biyyam and it is revealed that is cannot happen without the knowledge of the concerned Head Master / Wardens and the Civil Supplies Department officers the

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District & Mandal level MDM Training Programme, Mid Day Meal Training Programme to Cook cum helper, District level, Mandal level and training unit cost, schedule, Instructions for the training programme of Mid Day Meal Proceeding are given below. PROCEEDINGS OF THE DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION & EX OFFICIO STATE PROJECT DIRECTOR SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN,Procs. No.2645 /SSA-UNICEF/TS/f4/2014 Dated:21.07 .2017 Sub: SSA, TS, Hyderabad – UNICEF Supported Programmes- Organization of Mid Day Meal Training Programme to Cooks -Reg. The District Educational, Ex Officio Project Officers of Manchiryal, Sanga Reddy, Gadwal, Vikarabad, Karimnagar, Warangal (U), Medchal (Malkajgiri) Rangareddy (Shamshabad), Jagityal and Mahaboobabad are informed that it is decided to conduct Mid Day Meal training Programme to Cooks. Already conducted 20 districts, at present 10 districts are proposed to conduct training programme at District level on 03.08.2017 and Mandal Level on 06.08017 between 9.30 am to 5.00 pm. The training programme schedule, the budget

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Guidelines to Ensure Quality Safety and Hygiene under MDM Scheme, MDM Scheme,  Mid Day Meal scheme in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana State. MDM Scheme Guidelines:The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy, Mid Day Meal division vide F.No.1-4/2013-Desk (MDM) has issued guidelines to ensure quality, safety and hygiene under the Mid Day Meal scheme. These guidelines have been sent to all the DEOs in both states of AP and Telangana State. Tasting of the Meal by at least one teacher:At least one teacher should taste the MDM every day. The teacher should keep a record of having tasted food in a register, to be maintained for the purpose. It could be further strengthened by ensuring that one of the SMC members should also taste the food on rotation basis along with one of the teacher’s before it is distributed to the children. In this connection it

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DEO Adilabad, MDM Scheme, Guidelines on MDM Scheme Effective Implementation, Proceedings of the District Educational Officer, Adilabad, Rc.No.A3/MDM/Compl/2014; DT:08-12-2014 Subject:  School Education – Adilabad district – Implementation of the Mid Day Meal Scheme -untowrads incidents happening in the schools – instructions issued -Reg. Reference:1.Lr.No.F.1-15/2009-Desk (MDM), dated:10/02/2010 of Joint Secretary to GOI, MHRD, New Delhi.2. G.O.Ms.No.21, Edn. (SE-Prog.I) Dept., dated:10/03/2011.3. Instructions of the District Collector, Adilabad dt: 5-12-2014 The immediate attention of the Mandal Educational officers and Head Masters are invited to reference cited as you are aware the Mid Day Meal Scheme is one of the key programmes of the Government of India being implemented to achieve certain objectives. In our district, MDM is covering 3.24 lakhs children in 3849 Schools. Their is a very large scheme benefiting large clientele being implemented by the Education Department. The Mandal authorities have to supervise the Scheme especially with reference to hygiene and cleanliness

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Summer MDM ELs to HMs and Teachers in Telangana State: Summer MDM preservation of Earned Leaves to the HMs/Teachers, Summer MDM PPLs to HMs/Teachers, Summer MDM ELs to Teachers/HMs. Certain information asked by the Government to furnish the complete details on Summer MDM ELs to HMs and Teachers Memo.No.8131 GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA,SCHOOL EDUCATION(PROG.ll)DEPARTMENTMemo. No. 8131 /SE. Prog.II/A2/2015, Dated 24.04.2017. Sub:  School Education Department – Implementation of Mid Day Meal Scheme in the drought-affected districts in Summer – for the preservation of Earned Leaves to the HMs/Teachers – Certain information called for -Reg. Ref:- l From the Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad, T.S., Hyderabad Lr.Rc.No.Spl/MDM/2015, dt.20.04.2016, 03.05.2016, 11.05.2016, 20.05.2016,20.06.2016, 12.11.2016 & 05.11.2016.2. From the President, PRTU,TS, Lr.No.03/PRTU/ 2017, dated 27.01.2017.3 Govt. Memo No.8131/S.E.Prog.ll/A2/2015 dt.16.02.2017 & 18.03.2017.4 From the President, Telangana Teachers Union (TIU) Lr.No.3/ TIU/2017, Dt. 07.03.2017.5 From the C&DSE, T.S., Hyderabad, Lr.No. Spl/MDM/2015, Dt. 22.03.20176. Govt.Memo.No.8131/S.E.Prog.ll/A2/2015, dt.04.04.2017.7. From the

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MDM Scheme Personal Hygiene, MDM, Personal Hygiene, Cleanliness and Health Checkups Cooks and helpers should maintain a high degree of personal hygiene and cleanliness. The person suffering from infectious disease should not be permitted to work. Biannual health checks up should be undertaken to ensure fitness for the job of CCH. Cooks/helpers should report immediately to their supervisors, if they are suffering from any disease likely to be transmitted via food, e.g. diarrhoea or vomiting, infected wounds like, skin infections, jaundice or sores. All food handlers should remain clean, wear washed clothes and keep their finger nails trimmed, clean and wash their hands with soap/ detergent and water before commencing work and every time after touching, raw or contaminated food or using toilet. All Cook cum helpers should avoid wearing loose items that might fall into food and also avoid touching or scratching their face, head or hair. It should

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MDM Scheme Guidelines on Food Safety and Hygiene, Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development (Department of School Education Literacy) MDM Division has sent guidelines. (F.No.14-2/2013-E.E.59MDM-1-2)  on Food Safety and Hygiene for School Level Kitchens under Mid Day Meal Scheme to all the Principal Secretary /Secretary of Nodal Department for National Programme of Mid Day Meal in Schools(NP-MDMS) of all the States/UTs In pursuance of the decision taken by the Empowered Committee headed by Smt Smriti Irani, Union Minister of Human Resource Development in its meeting held on 15th October, 2014, a Committee was constituted under the chairpersonship of the Joint Secretary of the concerned Bureau for finalizing the guidelines on Food Safety and Hygiene under the Mid Day Meal Scheme. The Committee had deliberations with the experts from the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Food Safety and Standards Authority of India and other agencies in the field

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Guidelines on Testing of MDM and Cleaning of Cooking Areas, MDM Scheme, Guidelines on Cleaning of Cooking Areas, Utensils A. Tasting of the mid-day meals by teacher The tasting of the food by a teacher just before serving is mandatory. The teacher is to maintain a record of tasting in a register. SMC member should also taste the food on a rotation basis along with the teachers before it is distributed to the children. B. Testing of mid-day meal The States/UTs must consider engaging CSIR Institutes / NABL accredited laboratories and FSSAI accredited laboratories for undertaking testing of samples of MDM for food safety and contamination (microbial and chemical). Guidelines on Testing of MDM and Cleaning of Cooking Areas C. Cleaning of cooking areas The floors of kitchen and the slabs should be cleaned every day before and after the food is cooked. Special attention should be paid to the

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Infrastructural Requirements for Food Safety and Hygiene, MDM Scheme Guidelines for Safety and hygiene of Kitchen-cum-Store The Kitchen cum Store should be located in a clean and open place and free from filthy surroundings and should maintain overall hygienic environment. The premises should be clean, adequately lighted and ventilated and have sufficient free space for movement. Floors, ceilings and walls must be maintained in a sound condition. They should be smooth and easy to clean with no flaking paint or plaster. The floor and skirted walls should be washed as per requirement with an effective disinfectant. The premises should be kept free from all insects. No spraying should be done during the cooking of Mid Day Meal, but instead fly swats/ flaps should be used to kill flies getting into the premises. Windows, doors and other openings should be fitted with net or screen, as appropriate to make the premise

MDM Scheme Guidelines on Food Selection, Preparation and Storage

MDM Scheme Guidelines on Food Selection, Mid-day Meal (MDM) scheme is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme which serves hot cooked mid-day meal to school children studying in Classes I-VIII of Government, Government aided schools, Special Training centres (STC) and Madarasas and Maktabs supported under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. The MDMs guidelines envisage to provide cooked mid-day meal with 450 calories and 12 g of protein to every child at primary level and 700 calories and 20 g of protein at upper primary level. This energy and protein requirement for a primary child comes from cooking 100 g of rice/flour, 20 g pulses and 50 g vegetables and 5 g oil, and for an upper primary child it comes from 150 g of rice/flour, 30 g of pulses and 75 g of vegetables and 7.5 g of oil. The mid-day meal should contain adequate nutrients and should be, palatable, hygienic, and operationally

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MDM Scheme Guidelines on Food Safety Measures, Mid-day Meal (MDM) scheme is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme which serves hot cooked mid-day meal to school children studying in Classes I-VIII of Government, Governmentaided schools, Special Training centres (STC) and Madarasas and Maktabs supported under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.  A. Food Safety measures during preparation The cereals and pulses should be manually cleaned before cooking to remove any extraneous matter. ‘Single Dish Meals’ using broken wheat or rice and incorporating some amount of a pulse or soya beans, a seasonal vegetable/green leafy vegetable, and some amount of edible oil will save both time and fuel besides being nutritious. Cereal pulse combination is necessary to have good quality protein. The cereal pulse ratio could range from 3:1 to 5:1.Sprouted pulses have more nutrients and should be incorporated in single dish meals. Leafy vegetables when added to any preparation should be thoroughly washed before

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Guidelines for Supply Super Fine Rice, School Education Department, Warangal District Educational Officer(DEO), Dr Y Chandra Mohan has issued Proceedings Rc.No.13500 to all the Deputy Educational Officers/ Mandal Educational officers in the District on January 6th, 2015. In this regarding certain instructions and guidelines have been issued to the the above said officials on Supply Super Fine Rice to all Warangal Govt. Schools under MDM Scheme and Certain instructions for receiving of Super Fine Rice like BPT, Sona Masuri ‘’SANNA BIYYAM’’ etc. from MLS point and return of closing balances of previous Doddu Rice. This proceedings details provided here Certain instructions for Sanna Biyyam Receiving and Return of Previous Doddu Rice Reference:1.The Collector (CS)warangal.Rc.No.F4/1785/2014.Dt:04-12-2014.2.Video Conference Dated.27-12-2014 of the Commissioner of Civil supplies , Telangana, Hyderabad. Instructions of the Joint Collector (CS), Warangal dated.27-12-2014. Video conference ,Dt:05-01-2015 of the Commissioner Civil Supplies , Telangana, Hyderabad addressed to the Collector & District