Ministry of HRD, Govt of India discovered that, schools run by Govt. in rural areas as well as urban areas are having less representation of students.
Less attendance could be due to various factors at different geographical areas. One thing was common that the parents of such students were having weaker economy and they wanted their children to be bread earners in their early childhood and did not send their children to school.
Mid day meal scheme was launched to provide nutritious to the children of economically weaker section parents at school.
This scheme eases out the pressure on the pocket of parents and children concentrate on their studies.
Mid Day Meal scheme is provided through NGO or schools are given money to cook food and serve fresh to the children.
All the assigned Headmasters / In charge of such schools track the entire financial transactions and at the end of every month come up with Prapatra K which is submitted in Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan Office
At the end of year they are also required to get their account audited and submitted to Samagra Shiksha Office in the form of Cash Book.
It was observed that attendance of the student increased in the school and performance of children enhanced due to extended study period.
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