Course Name: Post Graduate Diploma in Disaster Management
Course Id: PGDDM/Q1001.
Education Qualification: Graduate
Course and Exam Fee: 5000.
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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.
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Post Graduate Diploma in Disaster Management
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Understanding Natural Disasters||100||40|
|Understanding Man-Made Disasters||100||40|
|Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Analysis||100||40|
|Disaster Response and Medicine||100||40|
|Rehabilitation, Reconstruction and Recovery||100||40|
Understanding Natural Disasters
Disaster Management, Meaning, Nature Importance, Dimensions & Scope of Disaster Management, Disaster Management Cycle, Understanding Natural Disasters, Understanding Disaster Management, Flood: Case Studies, Cyclone: Case Studies, Drought: Case Studies, Earthquake: Case Studies, Landslide: Case Studies, Avalanches: Case Studies, Volcanic Eruption: Case Studies, Climate Change: Global Warming, Climate Change: Sea Level Rise, Climate Change: Ozone Depletion, National disaster management framework; financial arrangements for Disaster management, International Strategy for Disaster reduction, Geological Disasters- Earthquakes, Landslides, Avalanches, Volcanic eruptions, Mudflow, Hydrological Disasters – Flood, Flash flood , Drought, cloud burst, Wind related- Cyclone, Storm, Storm surge, tidal waves, Heat and cold Waves, Climatic Change, Global warming, Sea Level rise, Ozone Depletion, Natural Disasters- Meaning and nature of natural disasters, their types and effects, Land resources: Land as a resource, land degradation, man induced landslides, soil erosion and desertification, Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources – Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles
Understanding Man-Made Disasters
CBRN – Chemical disasters, biological disasters, radiological disasters, nuclear disasters, Fire – building fire, coal fire, forest fire, Oil fire, Accidents- road accidents, rail accidents, air accidents, sea accidents, Pollution and deforestation- air pollution, water pollution, deforestation, Industrial wastewater pollution, deforestation, Factors affecting damage – types, scale population, social status, habitation pattern, physiology and climate, Factors affecting mitigation measures, prediction, preparation, communication, area and accessibility, population, physiology and climate, causes, impacts, preparedness, and response pertaining to these disasters, nuclear disasters, industrial accidents, environmental disasters, fires, rail accidents, road accidents, air accidents and sea accidents.
Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Analysis
Hazard, Risk and Vulnerability, Risk Concepts, Elements Of Risk, Perception of Risk, Acceptable risk, Requirements in Risk assessment, Risk Assessment & Reduction: Mainstreaming “Risk” , Role of science and technology in Disaster Risk Reduction, Strategies of Risk reduction, International Mobilization of Risk reduction, Process of Risk assessment, Analytical systems for risk assessment, Natural hazard/ risk assessment, Understanding climate risk, Mapping of risk assessment, Decision making for risk reduction, Problems in risk assessment, Rationale for people’s participation, Role of civil society organizations, Impact of Globalization, Activities and roles for the community action Risk reduction, Participatory risk assessment methods, Addressing Semantics, Approaches to vulnerability Analysis, Models of Vulnerability analysis, Quantification of vulnerability, Assessment of Risk Vulnerability and capacity analysis (VCA), Vulnerability of Himalayan Eco- system, : Hazard mapping using GIS, Use of remote sensing and GIS for risk assessment , muti hazard risk analysis using GIS, Observation and perception of vulnerability- Vulnerability Identification, Vulnerability types and dimensions, Vulnerability- Social factors and economic factors, Vulnerability to shanty settlements- Vulnerability in the city, Risk in Urban areas, Issues in urban planning, Initiatives for risk reduction in India.
Disaster Management Cycle, Disaster Preparedness: concept and significance, Disaster Preparedness Measures, Institutional Mechanism for Disaster Preparedness, Disaster preparedness with special needs/ vulnerable groups, Disaster Preparedness: Policy and Programmes, Concept and Significance, Disaster Preparedness Plan essentials, Community Based Disaster Preparedness plan, Material, relief required- sources of relief, modes and means of transport, medical facility and communication network, Preparation of manpower, awareness of damages, perception, reaction time. Authority: Hierarchy set-up, direction of communication, Hazard monitoring, tracking and modeling, Early warning systems, warning protocols ,India Disaster Resource Network, Emergency Sanitation/Shelter environments , worst scenario analysis, Emergency operation Centre, Role of Information, Education, Communication and Training, Remote sensing, Disaster Mapping, Aerial Photography, land use zoning, Wireless and Radio, HAM radio.
Disaster Response and Medicine
Essential Components of Disaster Response, Disaster Response Plan, Resource Management- Financial, Medical, equipments, communication, Human, transportation, Food and essential commodity (Identification, Procuring, Propositioning and deployment), Directing and controlling functions, Communication, Participation & activation of Emergency Preparedness Plan, Logistics Management, Emergency support functions, Need and damage assessment, Disaster response organization, Disaster response & administration – Central, State, District and Local , Disaster Response: Policy & Other organization, Role of multiple stakeholders in Disaster Response NDRF, SDRF, ITBP, CRPF, SRPF, EMS, Search & Rescue equipments- Search & Rescue equipments for different disasters, its use, procurement, maintenance,. Search & Rescue Teams- Warning teams, evacuation teams, medical support, logistic management & other teams, Individual and Group behavior, Psychological Response, Trauma & Stress Management, Rumor & Panic Management.
Rehabilitation, Reconstruction and Recovery
Socio- economic Rehabilitation- Temporary Livelihood Options and Socio-Economic Rehabilitation, Role of Housing / building authorities- Education and awareness and role of Information Dissemination, Participative Rehabilitation, Speedy Reconstructions- Essential services, Social infrastructures, immediate shelters/camps, Contingency plans for reconstructions, Disaster resistant House Construction- Guidelines for Disaster resistant construction, traditional techniques, Seismic strengthening of houses in low rain/High rainfall area, earthquake resistant construction technique, Funding arrangements- Funding arrangements at state level and central level, Fiscal discipline, role of International agencies, mobilization of community for resource generation, Concept of recovery, livelihood and approach to reconstruction, Livelihood restoration, Speedy recovery, Linking Recovery with safe development, Creation of Long-term job opportunities.
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