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Diploma in Disaster Management

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Disaster education aims to provide knowledge among individuals and groups to take actions to reduce their vulnerability to disasters. During the last decades, the issue that trained people can be prepared for disasters and responding well has been extensively investigated.

Description

Course Name: Diploma in Disaster Management

Course Id: DDM/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 6000.

How You will Get Diploma Certificate:

Step 1- Select your Course for Certification.

Step 2- Click on Enroll Now.

Step 3- Proceed to Enroll Now.

Step 4- Fill Your Billing Details and Proceed to Pay.

Step 5- You Will be Redirected to Payment Gateway, Pay Course and Exam Fee by Following Options.

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Step 6- After Payment You will receive Study Material and Online Examination link on your email id.

Step 7- After Completion of  Course Study give Online Examination.

Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.

Step 9- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.

Online Examination Detail:

Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.

Benefits of Certification:

  • Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
  • Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
  • Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
  • Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.

Or You Can Fill below Enquiry form For Regular Course Training from our Training Centers located in India.

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Syllabus

 

Diploma in Disaster Management
Name Of PaperM. MarksPass Marks
Basic Concepts of Disaster Management10040
Disaster Risk Management10040
Emergency Response and Crisis Management10040
Disaster Risk Mitigation10040
Natural Hazards Risk management10040
Interrelationship between disaster and development10040

 

Basic Concepts of Disaster Management

Introduction – the necessity of studying Disaster Management (DM); the scope for a Disaster Manager, Disaster – Definition; Types of disasters; History of disasters; Components of disaster; Dimension of disasters; Phases of disaster, Hazard – Definition; types of hazards; characteristic features, occurrence and impact of different types of hazards viz. natural hazards (including geo hazards), human induced hazards, environmental hazards, bio hazards; Hazard map of India, Vulnerability – Definition; Types of vulnerability – physical vulnerability, socioeconomic vulnerability, vulnerability related to gender and age, rural & urban vulnerability; Vulnerability analysis with special reference to India, Disaster Risk – Definition; Significance; Factors of disaster risk; Disaster Risk analysis (with special reference to the Indian context) – Inter-relationship between Hazard, Vulnerability and Disaster Risk; Global disaster risk situation; Disaster risk situation of India; Hazard-Vulnerability maps of India; Case studies, Disaster Management – Definition; Components of DM; Crisis Management; Risk Management; Disaster Management Cycle; Impact of disaster on development; UNISDR mandate in Disaster Relief & Management; IDNDR; Yokohama Strategy and Hyogo Framework – a ‘Paradigm shift’ in disaster management policy (policy for reduction of disaster consequences); India’s response to changes in DM Policy.

Disaster Risk Management

Assessing Disaster Risk – Disaster Risk and Damage potential of disasters; Case studies on some major disasters and Lessons learnt there from (identification of the gaps causing the disasters); Assessment of Disaster Risk, Ways of minimizing disaster risk – Preparedness, Mitigation and Prevention – definition, specific interventions required for each, procedure to be followed and role of various stakeholders in each, Disaster Risk Management (DRM) plan – Preparing Hazard-Vulnerability profile; Stakeholder analysis; Disaster risk assessment; Incorporation of Preparedness, Mitigation and Prevention plans, Implementing DRM plan – Sharing DRM plan with all stakeholders; Division of Roles and responsibilities as per DRM plan; Resource mobilization; Monitoring and Evaluation, Role of Risk transfer and insurance in DRM.

Emergency Response and Crisis Management

Crisis Management – Rescue, relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction; Crisis Management plan; Case studies, Emergency response – Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) for disaster response; Information Management System; Warning Dissemination; Evacuation; Search and Rescue operations; Relief operations; Emergency Operation Center (EOC); Resource Management & Networking – India Disaster Resource Network; Role of Disaster Response Forces and Community Based Organizations (CBO) in emergency response mechanism, Relief Operations – Arranging for Temporary shelter, Food, Safe drinking water, Sanitation and Medical aids; Role of NGOs and Health workers in relief operations; Maintaining law and order, Recovery- Decisions and actions related to rehabilitation and reconstruction taken after a disaster with a view to restoring or improving the pre-disaster living conditions of the affected community, while encouraging and facilitating necessary adjustments to reduce disaster risk, Reconstruction – Repair and reconstruction of roads, bridges, crossways, buildings, structures and establishments damaged or destroyed in the disaster; Restoration of operations of the service sector, Documentation – Documenting disaster; Lessons learnt; Updating DRM Plan for risk mitigation.

Disaster Risk Mitigation

Earthquake Risk Mitigation – Earthquake, its Causes and Characteristic features; Magnitude and Intensity of earthquake; Major earthquakes; Seismic zoning; Earthquake vulnerability of India; Earthquake risk mitigation – Seismic performance examination of RCC Buildings, Flood Risk Mitigation – Causes of Flood; Major floods; Flood vulnerability of India; Flood preparedness and mitigation, Cyclone Risk Mitigation – Causes of Cyclone; its characteristics; Cyclone vulnerability of India; Cyclone preparedness; Forecast and early warning dissemination, Drought Risk Mitigation – Causes and characteristics of Drought; drought vulnerability of India; Drought preparedness and Mitigation.

Natural Hazards Risk management

Earthquake Risk & Impart – Examples -Japan & Sikkim; Gap between perception of people & administration; Motivating preparedness Actions; Post Disaster Recovery Experience Gujarat; Mode Drill for public, Flood Risk Management: Rising Flood Damage; Climate variability & change; Unprecedented Demographic changes; Increasing Environmental courses; Assessing Flood Risks; Typology of Flood Risk; Flood impact Assessment, Framework for preparedness & mitigation: Acceptable Risk & Total Risk; Early warning & Communication; Community based disaster Preparedness; Risk transfer and Risk financing; Capacity Development training ; Awareness & Education; Contingency plans.

Interrelationship between disaster and development

Impart of climate Disasters; Potential impacts of climate change on Agriculture; Vulnerability of agriculture – strategies for reduction : Disaster prevention & preparedness Drought; Mitigation; for climate disasters; Mitigation & preparedness strategy for agriculture, Examples; Farmers’ Adaptation to climate change on agriculture, Elements detail; Productive functions of Forest resources (including socioeconomic functions); Forests, Deforestation & climate change; Desertification & Deforestation; Flooding & Deforestation; Lessons from Forest Management & Disaster Risk Reduction, Definitions; Understanding Risk of Urban Elements; Urban Risk Reduction.

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