Education News | Dec-03-2021
The government schools has taken many initiatives to provide quality education to children who do not have a stable financial background. One of the most famous and effective schemes is the mid-day meal scheme. It is seen that children are not receiving an adequate amount of calories that are needed for day-to-day activities. Children are the future of the country and they must get an adequate amount of calories and necessities so that they can study well. If they get proper education, they can have access to better opportunities and make the country proud. Mid-Day Meal is a great initiative taken by the government to help students lead a healthier life. It was launched by the government on 15th August 1995. The funds for this scheme are provided by the state government as well as the central government. The main motive of this scheme is to provide healthy and nutritional food to the kids in schools.
Mid-day Meal Scheme is an application in govt. schools, education guarantee schemes, Madarsa, and other organizations that are under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. Lunch is served to the students who attend the school and the meals that the government offers are nutritious and healthy. Many students come to school for this tasty and healthy food and that’s the main objective of the government to start this scheme. The British Administration launched this initiative at the beginning of the Madras Cooperation in 1925. After that, the French administration took charge and introduced the scheme in Puducherry in the year 1930.
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