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Created by : JAYANTA KUMAR BORAH, B.Tech/B.E GRADUATE, Annamalai university  | 03 25 2011 04:29:16 +0000
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It is absolutly YES. It is making children to move schools from fields. The field results says this. Most of the families are taking their children to fields to get their daily food. When their child is getting thier food @ schools with no work which parent is interested to take their child to work. Every parent is keen interested to educate their kids. This scheme is giving the opprtunity. But there is a lacuna. If the officers are not involved in bribing the contracter with the Political leaders. The mid-day meal contracter should be identified by the School Headmaster only with the help of villagers. Then it will be great success. I have seen many success stories where there are desciplined school HMs. Suresh Kumar Thanda HCL Tecnologies Limited Sr. Technical Lead
By Suresh Kumar Thanda, Senior Technical Lead, HCL Technologies  06 17 2011 09:23:12 +0000
 
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I know kids who eat and runaway back to their homes.. Really..A good education system does not need all this.
By Sheetal Bhandari, BE student, PSG College of Technology Coimbatore  03 25 2011 10:08:12 +0000
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Unless and until we quench the thirst and fill the belly of the hungry children (many of them are fighting for a portion of food daily), it is not our moral right to force them on education. MGR, as the CM of TN, had practically conceived and shown to the world the success of this model! This is the novel way to educate our hungry children!
By S. Muralidharan, Executive Director, Knowledge Foundation  | 06 17 2011 09:49:09 +0000
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I think the views posted from the other side friends are based on the urban atmosphere where plenty of opportunities are there to give the primary educations in several matriculation schools and their parents are well educated with reasonably sound financial status.

But on the contrary, what about the rural areas where most of the parents are below the poverty line or daily earning members and their children getting the proper primary education is a great question mark. To help such rural children only the mid-day meal scheme was introduced and the reason being was when the rural children first problem was to feed their belly and how they could be in a position to think of sending schools to have the education.

Further poor parents used to send their children for earning their livelihood. Hence education with food systems were introduced. However the misuse of the system is everywhere in our country. The application of misuse becomes part of our life.

It may please be noted that when we irrigate the paddy field, other grass is also get irrigated. So good systems can not be blamed but the people who are involved.


By NATTERAJA R. ARIKRISHNAN, GM-Projects, Bentec Electricals & Electronics Pvt. Ltd  | 03 30 2011 17:02:40 +0000
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The mid-day meal scheme had been introduced first in Tamil Nadu by the late  great Kamarajar, the former CM & President of AICC.The purpose was to make the poor children in the rural areas to come to the schools to have their education. For want of food, the poor children were unable to join the schools and hence the great Kamarajar introduced this mid-day meal system to help them. He was a visionary to give the primary education to the rural mass and and also dedicated his entire life for the downtrodden. Still there is a scheme called Kamaraj Plan, which was meant for the developmental program.Any politicians come to Tamil Nadu they would say that they would reinstate Kamaraj Rule in order to collect the votes from the people. Thanks for the referral Mr.Sulagna


By NATTERAJA R. ARIKRISHNAN, GM-Projects, Bentec Electricals & Electronics Pvt. Ltd  | 03 28 2011 19:18:54 +0000
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Thanks Sulagna for referral. I am of the opinion the interest towards education has gone up considerably in the interiors and macro interiors because of Mid Day Meal. i have seen this personally.  


By Rathin Deb, Advisor and retail consultant, currently as Branch Manager, Tower Infotech Ltd  | 03 28 2011 06:59:55 +0000
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When MGR in Tamil Nadu started "Mid-day Meal scheme", it was very well appreciated by World Bank and other international bodies. They recommended replication of such schemes at national level. The concept is very simple, unless their belly is full, they will not learn anything! But, these schemes are not properly implemented, monitored and regulated. Corruption is significant in every level, right from the purchase to delivery in connivance with the teachers!
By S. Muralidharan, Executive Director, Knowledge Foundation  | 03 27 2011 00:18:47 +0000
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Yes indeed it is. It will create more flesh and bones to future citizen, more eggs, milk and meat should be included in the midday meal programs, to make it more valueble for citizen who are not touched by the economy.
By Mathew Cherian, Research Associate/Analyst, Western Michigan University  | 03 25 2011 18:51:59 +0000
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If the implementation of plans as per planned format going to happen at least 60% than results will be more satisfactory. Idea is very good because hungry & Poor population needs food at first than other thing comes.This idea for children (our country future) so as per my opinion schemes are good but need proper attention at the time of implementation so that schemes get his defined goals.
By Sanjay Kumar, Territory Manager- Delhi / NCR  | 03 25 2011 15:40:44 +0000
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Definitely YES, Anyways Govt must appoint few more helping hands for teachers who enlighten the world with light and power of their knowledge.It is seen that teachers invlove in accounts from morning to late night and are so tensed that they have almost lost their personal lives.Govt's intention is undoubtedly very good and reward winning. Few critics may say it to be a game of politics or vote but with positive attitude and regular monitor through NGOs.
By KUMAR SAURABH JHA, HR Manager  | 03 25 2011 12:47:44 +0000
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its no .scheme is good but way and medium is not right
By Dr.Narendra Bahadur Singh, Sr REPORTER, TRIGUT HINDI DANIK NEWS PAPER  | 04 04 2011 16:18:55 +0000
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A poor family that actually earns through even small children have different priorities thus as the child may go for food but may not be interested in sticking or getting educated. it is a waste of money. Much better initiatives were and are needed. Quality of education for all being one, being relevant to employment being another.

Through midday meals etc. leaders are seen showing personal magnanimity with public money. If these leaders were ready to share from their own perks and salaries then may be we could appreciate the gesture.

Thanks for refer Mr Arikrishnan, regret can not agree on this.


By Ravindra Sharma, Managing Consultant, CHEF-India  | 03 31 2011 09:52:25 +0000
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it is not boost to primary education, it is a real boost for politicians for making scam.  It is milking cow to them, since accountability under this sector is difficult and almost not existed properly.  so every year their will be thousands of croes allotted to this scheme so that it will be easily picked up to their bank accounts on account of expenditure incurred.


By manikanta raj, Deputy Manager Finance, project financing, leading Financing company  | 03 30 2011 07:15:16 +0000
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Where MLA.s are uneducated,where public do not know their rights,where poverty is more than40% and politicians are selfish then can we hope for any good or welfare? Mid day meal is the great scam in the world.Small children are not need or interested in study but food for one time is main subject for them this mentality is impacted by our governing body which will harm our next generation.Every Indian must oppose this program.Why cash help for food is not applied?
By LAXMAN KESHWALA, Freelancer, Telecom/ISP  | 03 26 2011 20:13:23 +0000
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If you offer mid-day meals to attract kids to schools, then why not attract even more by distributing other freebies as well. Kids as they are know what to take and what not if proper awareness on education is not given. It has failed in many occassions and has reduced the number of kids going to schools because of other family presurres.

It s big NO. Other options like mobile schools should be exploited along mixed with innovative teaching methods through technology. Free education by phitanthropists is another option that can be another option, not free meals/water/clothes etc.


By Saibal Ray, SQA, confidential  | 03 26 2011 10:29:07 +0000
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Yes, good education system really need not such schemes, but it is there to help

those people who really not willing to send their kids to school.

I support yourviews, Sheetal.

& thanks for referral,Sulagna.

 


By SHRIKANT MANOHAR DANKE, Zonal Manager / Sr. Project Manager ( Civil Engineering), Kumar Properties  | 03 26 2011 08:31:29 +0000
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The schemes are good. In Sarvasiksha Abhiyan, I saw some of the schools in villages, they register 200 students but in reality only 5 to 10 children exist. These schools are running for the sake of the students but not the real needy people. Regarding the mid-day meals scheme, Govt. allots only Rs. 5/- per kid. Is it really worth to feed a kid. In current day situations Rs.5/- is not even sufficient for purchasing TEA, then how this money is sufficient to feed a kid. These are some realities about grand Sarvasiksha Abhiyan, Mid-day meals, etc., schemes.


By Kumara Swamy, Project Associate, IIIT-H  | 03 26 2011 04:09:30 +0000
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No Beacuse this sytem is not running properly. Afer some interval we heard a news about corruption & poisoinius midday meals.
By Omkar Kulkarni, Accounts Officer, Minilec(India) Pvt Ltd  | 03 25 2011 15:45:08 +0000
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My submission: I would rephrase this - it may not be a 'boost' but yes it is 'good to have'.

Allow me to explain. While the meals may not be the reason to attend, the absence of this can make people not attend it.


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actually in tamil nadu, midday meal is worst. that is, damaged vegetables and worst rice given to children, how can they get energy from that meals. it is a political stunt .
By kannan , Head/VP/GM-Accounts, own office  | 03 25 2011 14:15:23 +0000
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All these schemes are not worth looking at. By the time the schemes come to implement the prices worked out are not realistic.

for example The rates published in govt website

States in North-Eastern Region: @ Rs.1.80per child per school day provided the State Govt. contributes a minimum of 20 paise.

For other States & UTs : @ Rs.1.50 per child per school day provided the State Govt./UT administration contributes a minimum of 50- paise.

Imagine what you can get for this paltry amount? For those who want fun this weekend recommend the following site for reading

http://india.gov.in/sectors/education/mid_day_meal.php


By Prasad PN, Zonal Sales Manager  | 03 25 2011 12:46:17 +0000
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These schemes cant achieve their objectives unless quality education is given in an interesting way by dedicated teachers.
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