Madhya Pradesh has launched a scheme to arrange eating tables in colleges for mid-day meals, ranging from the Guna district. So far, college students in authorities colleges have sat on mats on the ground to have their meals.
Nilesh Parikh is the CEO of Guna zilla panchayat.
What prompted the initiative?
Students stand in lengthy queues and sit on the ground for mid-day meals. Last yr, Rural Development Minister Mahendra Singh Sisodia floated the thought of organising benches for meals. These benches, he recommended, may be used for courses. His imaginative and prescient was to serve meals in a dignified method on a desk and never have college students sit on tarpaulin sheets for meals.
Are you additionally instructing desk manners to college students?
We are utilizing out there assets to show kids using primary cutlery, napkins and many others. Students are solely given a short set of directions when the meals are served. The thought is to boost the requirements of presidency colleges, whether or not it’s about serving meals or exhibiting college students the best way to eat it. We need college students to have well-groomed personalities.
Is there a selected design for the tables?
These are primary benches manufactured from cement and concrete. The floor is manufactured from regionally out there stone and granite.
What is the funds for the challenge?
The price involves about Rs 50,000 per college. The building work is being achieved by way of the MGNREGA. We purpose to cowl 100 colleges below 80 gram panchayats in Bamori. We have accomplished 20 thus far. Later, the challenge will likely be taken up throughout Madhya Pradesh.
How has the response from college students been?
The colleges haven’t opened thus far due to Covid-19 tips. I’m positive they are going to be delighted.