Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Breakfast Scheme Eligibility | TN Chief Minister Breakfast Scheme Application Process, Breakfast Menu, Objective | TN Chief Minister Breakfast Scheme | Children who eat breakfast are more energetic. Skipping breakfast can make young people tired, angry and restless. Hence, the Tamil Nadu state government recently established the Chief Minister’s Breakfast Scheme, which provides children with the most crucial meal of the day.
Government of Tamil Nadu introduced this program on 27 July 2022; According to reports, it will help 1500 government elementary schools with about 1.14 lakh students. In this post, we will get a comprehensive understanding of the CM Breakfast Scheme, its eligibility requirements and benefits.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Breakfast Scheme 2023
Presented by Tamil Nadu Govt Chief Minister’s Breakfast Scheme First in the state. As the most essential meal of the day, breakfast should never be neglected, as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister said at an event announcing the programme. Many children skip breakfast as they rush to get to school early in the morning. Skipping breakfast can make young people tired, angry and restless.
- According to the scheme, breakfast will be provided to the students of classes 1 to 5.
- On July 27, 2020, the government approved Rs 33.56 billion for the Chief Minister’s Breakfast Scheme.
- In the first phase of this project, Govt. Breakfast will be distributed in about 1,545 government primary schools, resulting in about 1.14 million students getting breakfast at school.
- It provides elementary school children with only the most nutritious breakfast during the school day.
- The scheme will be implemented through local bodies until it is expanded and covers the whole of Tamil Nadu.
- During the current tenure of his party-led administration, the school lunch scheme will be scaled up.
- A prepared meal containing 150-500 grams of breakfast, sambar and vegetables should be given to each child. The government has also provided a breakfast menu for five working days (Monday to Friday).
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New schools added to CM’s breakfast scheme
112 new schools have been added to Tamil Naidu’s breakfast scheme. This means that the project will help 6,500 children in primary schools in Palakode. The scheme will be implemented in 112 government and government aided primary schools in Palakode block. Discussions have been held several times with government officials regarding this project to implement the project in panchayats as well. The initiative was developed due to malnutrition and poor physical growth among economically disadvantaged government school children.
7,618 Coimbatore students will benefit Chief Minister’s Breakfast Scheme
Tamil Nadu CM Breakfast Scheme Most of the primary school students in Coimbatore will be helped. Chief Minister MK Stalin inaugurated the project on July 27. The government has sanctioned Rs 33.56 crore for the program to be implemented in selected areas by local councils.
According to the latest update related to this scheme, the beneficiaries include 1,14,095 children from 1,545 schools, most of whom are CCMC students. Coimbatore has 7,618 students from 62 schools. In Coimbatore district, 1,119 students from nine schools in Mettupalayam Municipality and 730 students from three schools in Madhukara Municipality have been selected. CCMC has tendered to cook and distribute breakfast from Monday to Friday for three years. As per recent updates, one contractor will set up a single kitchen and serve breakfast to five zones. All expenses including food preparation, transportation and student supplies will be borne by the contractor.
Chief Minister’s Breakfast Scheme will help 81 Tiruchi elementary schools
The scheme caters to schools in urban and rural areas at a cost of Rs 33.56 crore. More than 1500 government primary schools in the state have opted and more than one lakh students will benefit from this breakfast programme. This scheme will help a total of 81 schools in Trichy district, out of which 40 will be from urban areas and 41 from rural areas. According to the report, so far 123 employees have been selected by the department. Each school will have three employees.
Also, a professional chef on behalf of the State Institute for Rural Development will train the staff in Chennai. The cooking process will start at 6.30 am, so these timings should be followed to serve breakfast immediately and end at 9 am, as students’ time and school time will not be wasted. According to reports, the administration of urban schools selected under the program will be administered by the Tiruchi Corporation. The scheme will be rolled out in schools in September and then extended to additional districts.
|Days of the week||menu|
|Monday||Rice saltma or semolina salted or semayya salted or wheat salted with vegetable sambar.|
|Tuesday||Rava Kichdi and Saam Kichdi, Vegetable Khichdi and Veeda Rava Kichdi with Vegetable Sambar.|
|Wednesday||Sesame/Pongal Pongal & Vegetable Sambar.|
|Thursday||Rice and semolina salt, salt and semolina, salt and semolina, salt and semolina kesari, samay kesari|
|Friday||Raw Khichdi, Samay Khichdi, and Vegetable Khichdi, Raw Kesari, Samay Kesari.|
Note: The food can be changed accordingly. It is said that millet food should be included in the menu twice a week.