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MBA Disaster Management

Master of Business Administration in Disaster Management

Eligibility: Graduate in any discipline with min. 50% marks. For final year appearing candidates, an aggregate of marks in all previous years should be min. 50%. 5% Relaxation in eligibility criteria for Resereve Category Students belonging to SC/ST/OBC.

Course Duration: 2 Years

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MBA in Disaster Management is a two-year full-time postgraduate program which providing training to students about how to tackle various disasters. The course is all about providing strategies to the students which will help to handle disaster-related situations. Apart from providing strategies to the deal with disasters, the course also trains students to minimize their impact. MBA in disaster management allows students to know some measures which reduce the chances of happening. The course provides various skills both technical and research skills which expertise the students to handle any disaster activity effectively.

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BBA + MBA DM

Integrated Bachelor of Business Administration + Master of Business Administration in Disaster Management

Eligibility: 10+2 pass in any discipline with minimum 45% marks and English as a subject. 5% Relaxation in eligibility criteria for Resereve Category Students belonging to SC/ST/OBC.

Course Duration: 4 Years

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PG Diploma in CBRNE & Other Disasters

Post Graduate Diploma in “Management of CBRNE & Other Disasters”

Eligibility: Graduate in any discipline with min. 50% marks. 5% Relaxation in eligibility criteria for Resereve Category Students belonging to SC/ST/OBC.

Course Duration: 1 Year

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The term CBRNE stands for ‘Chemical Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive’. Disasters related to such agents can occur accidently. However, when used intentionally they become agents of mass destruction. CBRNE disasters are ill-understood; diagnosis is difficult and very little management tools exist to manage these disasters, including medical management. Medical management of CBRNE disasters require specific knowledge and skill set that is not covered in the undergraduate curriculum. India is particularly vulnerable to CBRNE attacks. Thus, society and governments need to create special provisions to deal with them.

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Advance Certificate Course in Management of CBRNE & Other Disasters

Advance Certificate Course in Management of CBRNE & Other Disasters

Eligibility: 10+2 passed in any discipline.

Course Duration: 6 Months

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Certificate Course in Management of CBRNE & Other Disasters

Certificate Course in Management of CBRNE & Other Disasters

Eligibility: 10+2 passed in any discipline.

Course Duration: 3 Months

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About This School
School of Disaster Management

Etymologically the word disaster is derived from Middle French désastre and that from Old Italian disastro, which in turn comes from the Ancient Greek pejorative prefix δυσ-, (dus-) "bad” and ἀστήρ (aster), "star". The root of the word disaster ("bad star" in Greek) comes from an astrological sense of a calamity blamed on the position of planets. Disaster, as defined by the United Nations, is a serious disruption of the functioning of a community or society, which involve widespread human, material, economic or environmental impacts that exceed the ability of the affected community or society to cope using its own resources. The combination of hazards, vulnerability and inability to reduce the potential negative consequences of risk results in disaster. Disasters can be natural like Tsunamis, Earthquakes, Floods, Drought, Volcanic eruptions, Avalanches etc. and man made disasters like Chemical, Biological, Nuclear warfare, Forest fires, Contamination of water resources, Structural failure, Mining accidents, Acts of Terrorism etc. But in most of the disasters, human activities are found to be responsible.

School with its core curriculum that provides students with the information and skills required for managing pre and posting disasters. The intense and dynamic curriculum with a team of experienced faculties supplemented by renowned visiting faculties imparts theoretical and practical education to the students. Disaster management career demands firm obedience to a set of moral values and rules. School provides value-based education with an international focus while maintaining extreme professionalism, honesty and principles.

School lays greater emphasis on the overall personality development of the students so that they inculcate habits of courtesy, discipline, sincerity and hard work and take pride in the efficient accomplishment of task entrusted to them. We are committed to create a force of skilled, honest and determined Disaster management professionals.

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