From January 27, Eggs and Fruits to be Included in Midday Meals for Children

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From January 27, Eggs and Fruits to be Included in Midday Meals for Children

In the afternoon, primary and middle school students from classes one to eight are provided with meals by the Education Department

In the afternoon, primary and middle school students from classes one to eight are provided with midday meals by the Education Department.

Considering the cold weather, the Education Department has decided to provide eggs and seasonal fruits to the children.

The department is issuing directives to the principals of primary and middle schools in the district.

Bhabhua, a representative. From January 27, eggs and seasonal fruits will be provided in the midday meals for primary and middle school children. This arrangement will continue in these schools until February 17. The directive for this initiative has been issued by Mithilesh Mishra, the director of the midday meal program of the Education Department. A related letter has been sent to the district program officer of the midday meal program. It is understood that the Education Department has made this arrangement in view of the increasing cold.

In light of the letter from the director of the midday meal program, directives have been issued to all primary and middle school principals in the district. According to information received from the department, considering the increasing impact of cold weather in the district, a decision has been made to provide eggs and seasonal fruits to children, aiming to strengthen their bodies and minimize the effects of the cold on their health.

It is known that midday meals are provided to children studying in the 1202 schools of the district in the afternoon. However, children studying in primary and middle schools were given eggs twice a week. Now, from January 17 to February 15, regular instructions have been issued by the Education Department to provide eggs and seasonal fruits.

As per the information received from the Midday Meal Program Office, initially, children were given eggs twice a week. For this, an additional payment of Rs. 6 per egg was made in the Meenu app. Now, with the directive to regularly provide eggs to students studying in primary and middle schools for 20 days, all principals of primary and middle schools will be allocated the amount based on the attendance of students.

It is known that students studying in the 1202 schools of the district are provided with midday meals in the afternoon. Although children studying in primary and middle schools were given eggs twice a week, now, from January 17 to February 15, regular instructions have been issued by the Education Department to provide eggs and seasonal fruits.

As per the information received from the Midday Meal Program Office, initially, children were given eggs twice a week. For this, an additional payment of Rs. 6 per egg was made through the Meenu app. Now, with the directive to regularly provide eggs to students studying in primary and middle schools for 20 days, all principals of primary and middle schools will be allocated the amount based on the attendance of students.

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The body will receive warmth from eggs and seasonal fruits.

Dr. Santosh Kumar, the district secretary of the Indian Medical Association, mentioned that the impact of cold is affecting the bodies of children, posing a risk of various illnesses. In such situations, providing nutritious food and warm meals to children is essential. This helps in maintaining the health of children, as warm and balanced meals, including green vegetables, fruits, eggs, etc., contribute to mitigating the effects of the cold on their health. Dr. Kumar emphasized that if the midday meal provided in schools is warm and includes items like green vegetables, fruits, and eggs, it will contribute to the well-being of children and lessen the impact of the cold on them.

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The onset of cold raises concerns among the parents.

Parents Rajneekant Singh, Sunil Kumar, and Prem Prakash expressed concerns about the increasing cold in the district, worrying about the health of their children. Due to the cold, children are reluctant to leave their beds on time in the morning. They find it challenging to have a proper meal at home as they rush to get ready and reach school on time. Although midday meals are provided at school in the afternoon, the decision by the department to provide eggs and fruits daily is commendable. This will reduce the impact of the cold on children, allowing them to stay healthy at school.

The departmental headquarters has decided to provide eggs and seasonal fruits in midday meals from January 27 to February 17. All principals have been given instructions to ensure that children receive eggs and seasonal fruits from January 27.

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