Sultanpur is the front runner in the state for conversion costs and ration distribution

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Sultanpur. Sultanpur District ranks first in the state in the DBT for ration and conversion costs for the lunch program. For this, too, there was applause in the online review meeting of the basic education minister on Thursday. The district performed a DBT of 83.74 percent of the cost of ration distribution and conversion.
The cost of the changeover and ration is to be shared among two lakh 65,000 354 students studying in the district’s lunch program schools.
Of these, DBT and distribution of conversion costs were carried out to two lakh 22 thousand 212 students, which is 83.74 percent of the total students.
The number of distributed students was uploaded to the Prerna portal. In the online review meeting, the Minister of Basic Education, Dr. Satish Chandra Dwivedi, the district’s BSA for leading the way on conversion costs and ration distribution. He said other districts should also expedite the DBT of ration distribution and conversion costs.
Highest distribution in Dubeypur and lowest distribution in Bhadaiya
During the Corona period, the changeover costs and the ration are distributed to the enrolled students in the lunch schools.
District coordinator Sandeep Yadav said the Dubeypur development block area comes first in the distribution, where 95.38 percent of the distribution has taken place. 94.87 in Kurebhar, 94.07 in Akhandnagar, 91.15 in Kudwar, 90.10 in Dostpur, 89.61 in Dhanpatganj and 87.08 percent in Motigarpur.
The lowest distribution was made in the Bhadaiya Development Bloc area, where only 41.01 percent of children received a DBT of the conversion cost and ration distribution.
Action will be taken against negligent school principals
Departmental measures will be taken against the principals who are negligent in the DBT and rationing distribution of the MDM conversion costs. All block formation officers have been instructed to provide a list of principals who do not distribute.
Diwan Singh Yadav, BSA

Sultanpur. Sultanpur District ranks first in the state in the DBT for ration and conversion costs for the lunch program. For this, too, there was applause in the online review meeting of the basic education minister on Thursday. The district performed a DBT of 83.74 percent of the cost of ration distribution and conversion.

The cost of the changeover and ration is to be shared among two lakh 65,000 354 students studying in the district’s lunch program schools.

Of these, DBT and distribution of conversion costs were carried out to two lakh 22 thousand 212 students, which is 83.74 percent of the total students.

The number of distributed students was uploaded to the Prerna portal. In the online review meeting, the Minister of Basic Education, Dr. Satish Chandra Dwivedi, the district’s BSA for leading the way on conversion costs and ration distribution. He said other districts should also expedite the DBT of ration distribution and conversion costs.

Highest distribution in Dubeypur and lowest distribution in Bhadaiya

During the Corona period, the changeover costs and the ration are distributed to the enrolled students in the lunch schools.

District coordinator Sandeep Yadav said the Dubeypur development block area comes first in the distribution, where 95.38 percent of the distribution has taken place. 94.87 in Kurebhar, 94.07 in Akhandnagar, 91.15 in Kudwar, 90.10 in Dostpur, 89.61 in Dhanpatganj and 87.08 percent in Motigarpur.

The lowest distribution was made in the Bhadaiya Development Bloc area, where only 41.01 percent of children received a DBT of the conversion cost and ration distribution.

Action will be taken against negligent school principals

Departmental measures will be taken against the principals who are negligent in the DBT and rationing distribution of the MDM conversion costs. All block formation officers have been instructed to provide a list of principals who do not distribute.

Diwan Singh Yadav, BSA

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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