Govt to monitor breakfast scheme through mobile app- The New Indian Express

Through Express Message Service

CHENNAI: In order to ensure better and more effective implementation of the free breakfast program recently launched by Prime Minister MK Stalin for primary school students, the state government has started using a mobile app for real-time monitoring.

The CMBFS (Chief Minister’s Breakfast Scheme) app was created by the Tamil Nadu e-Governance Agency (TNeGA) and is available on the Google Playstore. The leaders responsible for the breakfast program in different schools were asked to download it and update real-time data on the mobile app dashboard. From the start of the cooking process to the time of serving, all data is updated on the dashboard.

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“We start monitoring the data in the app from 4:30 a.m. If a delay is identified, immediate action will be taken to address it,” said K Elambahavath, program project coordinator. “Because the data is monitored minute-by-minute, we can ensure that food is served to students on time,” added Elambahavath.

Officials said the mobile app will be useful to ensure the program’s proper implementation as it rolls out statewide. In the first phase, 1.14,000 students from 1,545 schools will be supported. In later stages, the government plans to implement it nationwide. 33.56 crore was allocated for the first phase of the program.

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