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The Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, Government of India, organized the 2nd 'District Collectors Conference', which took place on the 6th & 7th of September in New Delhi. Over ...

The Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, Government of India, organized the 2nd 'District Collectors Conference', which took place on the 6th & 7th of September in New Delhi. Over 30 district collectors participated, making presentations on best practices to overcome challenges faced in the sectors of rural development, education, urban development, law & order, and disaster management. 



The Planning Commission is providing these presentations for the public to see examples of the good work being done by young IAS officers in the field, and to promote cross-learning and innovation.

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National Disaster Response Force & Civil Defence National Disaster Response Force & Civil Defence Presentation Transcript

  • December 2005 : Disaster Management Act passed by Parliament 2005 : National Disaster Management Authority constituted to prepare policies & guidelines and to supervise the National Disaster Management Plan RAISING OF NDRF NDRF comprises 10 Bns, each consisting of 1149 personnel. 02 more Bns are in the process of conversion as NDRF Bns. 2006 : NDRF constituted under Sec-44(1) of DM Act for specialist response to threatening situations or disasters
  • Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya,Tripura, Mizoram, Nagaland West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha, Sikkim Chhatisgarh, Odisha , East M.P. Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka Tamil Nadu, Puduchery, Kerala, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep Maharashtra, Goa Gujerat, Rajasthan, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, West M.P. Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir , H.P. Delhi, Haryana, West U.P., Uttrakhand Bihar, East UP 1st Bn 2nd Bn 3rd Bn 10th Bn 4th Bn 5th Bn 6th Bn 8th Bn 7th Bn 9th Bn To Be Decided 11th Bn (Proposed) To Be Decided 12th Bn (Proposed) 12th Bn Silchar 4th Bn 11th Bn Haridwar 8th Bn LOCATIONS OF NDRF BNS (Bhatinda) (Ghaziabad) (Patna) (Vadodara) (Pune) (Arakonnam) (Vijaywada) (Mundli) (Kolkata) (Guwahati)
  • OBJECTIVES OF NDRF • Provide prompt and skilled response to disasters • Pre-Deployment in disaster threatening situations • Deployment in case of disasters • Training State Disaster Response Forces • Community capacity building for disaster response
  • Multi-skilled Personnel, Specialists (Engineers, Doctors, Technicians, Paramedics) & Sophisticated Equipment for : ʘ C.S.S.R. (Collapsed Structure Search & Rescue) ʘ M.F.R. (Medical First Response) ʘ Flood And Mountain Rescue ʘ Deep Diving Search & Rescue ʘ Response to CBRN threats / disasters ʘ Canine and Technical Search CAPABILITIES & STRENGTH OF NDRF
  •  NATURAL • Flood • Earthquake • Land slides • Cyclone • Tsunami • Cloud Burst  MAN-MADE • Chemical Disaster • Biological Disaster • Radiological Disaster • Nuclear Disaster NDRF RESPONSE : TYPES OF DISASTER
  • Some Major NDRF OPERATIONS
  • Date : June-July 2013 Place : Kedarnath, Jungle Chatti, Gaurikund, Rambada, Bhairav Chatti No. of teams : 14 Achievements : Rescued 9350 live victims. Still assisting in Relief & Rehabilitation UTTARAKHAND MEGA DISASTER - 2013
  • UTTARAKHAND OPERATION -2013
  • Date : April 2013 Place : Shil Mumbra, District Thane, Maharashtra No. of teams : 01 Achievements : Rescued 62 victims and retrieved 72 dead bodies THANE BUILDING COLLAPSE - 2013
  • Places : Sunderbani, J & K and Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand Dates : 27-28 July and 14-21 September 2012 No. of Teams : 02 Achievements : Retrieved 11 dead bodies trapped inside debris CLOUD BURST - 2012
  • Date : June-October 2012 Place : 12 districts of Assam No. of Teams : 16 Achievements : 32,207 victims evacuated/rescued, 13 dead bodies retrieved & 191 tons of relief materials distributed FLOODS IN ASSAM - 2012
  • No. of Teams : 10 Achievements : Retrieved 06 Dead bodies, distributed relief & organized medical camps Cont… SIKKIM EARTHQUAKE - 2011
  • Deployment : August’ 2010 No. of team : 01 Achievement : Retrieved 02 dead bodies & distributed relief LEH CLOUD BURST 2010
  • Deployment : April 2012 Place of incident : Jalandhar (Punjab) No. of teams : 05 Achievements : Rescued 12 victims & recovered 19 dead bodies JALLANDHAR BUILDING COLLAPSE - 2012
  • Deployment : July 2010 No. of team : 01 Achievement : Neutralized 835 chlorine cylinders CHEMICAL EMERGENCY IN MUMBAI 2010
  • Some of our EQUIPMENT
  • Victim location unit (with breaching system) BREACHING SYSTEM LIFE DETECTOR TYPE -I High Pressure Breathing Air Compressor CSSR EQUIPMENTSCSSR EQUIPMENT FLOAT PUMP
  • MULTI CABLE WINCH 2.4 KVA GENERATOR INFLATABLE LIGHTING TOWER CIRCULAR SAW CSSR EQUIPMENT ANGLE CUTTER
  • CARBIDE TIPPED CHAIN SAW AIR LIFTING BAG SET COMBINATION CUTTER WITH SPREADER DIAMOND CHAIN SAW CSSR EQUIPMENT
  • DIVING SUIT DIVING KIT Breathing Apparatus Personal diving kit Weight belt AQUALUNG Under water suit
  • Inflatable rescue boats with OBM FLOOD RESCUE EQUIPMENT Life jacket Under water torch
  • TELETECTOR (TELERAD) CBRN EQUIPMENT ALSCIN MONITOR MINIRAD (BETA EXTERNAL/LOW RANGE)NBC CANISTER
  • MINI RADIATION SURVEY METER CBRN EQUIPMENT ELECTRONIC DOSIMETERMICRO-R-SURVEY METER
  • High Pressure Pump MISC EQUIPMENT Floating Pump Portable shelter 10’ x 14’ & 7’ High Pressure Breathing Air Compressor
  • Capacity Building
  • CIVIL DEFENCE IN INDIA
  •  Created in 1962  Frame policy, issue guidelines for Civil Defence, Home Guards and Fire Services on behalf of MHA  Mere 159 Towns & 100 Districts notified CD units  5.45 Lakh volunteers against target of 13.08 lakh DIRECTORATE GENERAL CIVIL DEFENCE
  •  Saving life  Minimising damage to property  Maintaining continuity of production  Public confidence building  Disaster Management (included by C.D. Act, 2010) MANDATE OF CIVIL DEFENCE
  • Distt. Magistrate as Civil Defence Controller should :  Call regular meetings of Dy Controllers & Chief Warden preferably once a month.  Pursue with State Govt to ensure that each CD unit in district has a regular employee as Dy Controller.  Use CD volunteers only for authorised duties.  Maintain voluntary nature of the organisation.  Ensure regular screening of volunteers to weed out inactive volunteers & enrol energetic and motivated volunteers. EXPECTATIONS FROM DISTRICT COLLECTOR
  • Distt. Magistrate as Civil Defence Controller should :  Carry out inspections of CD office, training activities etc.  Ensure that members of CD Corps wear authorised uniform.  Prepare CD plan & submit to MHA through State Govt.  Ensure utilisation of plan funds & submit Utilisation Certificates. EXPECTATIONS FROM DISTRICT COLLECTOR
  • HOME GUARDS IN INDIA
  •  Home Guards are raised, trained and administered under respective States/UT’s Act & Rules.  Privileges & protection as police when called for duty.  While on duty, deemed to be public servants under section 21 of the Indian Penal Code (XLV of 1860) LEGAL STATUS
  • • Serve as auxiliary to police. • Help community in emergencies. • Provide essential services viz, Transport, water, nursing, first aid etc. • Promote Communal Harmony. • Participate in Socio Economic & welfare activity like adult education, health etc. ROLE AND FUNCTIONS
  • • Raised in all States/UTs, except Kerala. • Authorized Strength - 5.74 Lakh • Present Strength - 4.91 Lakh STRENGTH OF HOME GUARDS
  • FIRE SERVICES IN INDIA
  • • Responsible for formulating policies on Fire Prevention, Protection, Legislation, Administration, Training, Equipment through the Standing Fire Advisory Council (SFAC) • Creating Mass Awareness on Fire Safety. • Financial Assistance to the State Fire Services • Making Standards and Codes on Fire Safety. FIRE CELL IN DG CD DIRECTORATE
  • NATIONAL FIRE SERVICE COLLEGE, NAGPUR
  • NATIONAL CIVIL DEFENCE COLLEGE
  • If you apprehend a disaster, we will pre position. If a disaster has already occurred, we’ll respond a.s.a.p. Ask your Disaster Management dept. to contact : MHA Control Room : 011-23093563, 64, 66, 71 NDMA Control Room : 011-26701728 NDRF Control Room : 011-26105913, 26107953 Email : hq.ndrf@nic.in Website : www.ndrfandcd.gov.in CALL NDRF WHENEVER YOU NEED US
  • Battalion Commandant Area of Responsibility Contact Nos. 01 Sh. Alok Kumar North East and Assam 09435545951 0361-2840027(O) 02 Sh. Sukhdev Raj West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha, Sikkim 09434742836 033-25264302 03 Sh. M. K. Yadav Chhatisgarh, Odisha , East M.P. 09437964571 09439103170 0671-2879710(O) 04 Sh. M. K. Verma Tamil Nadu, Puduchery, Kerala, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep 09442105169 04177-246269(O) 05 Sh. Alok Awasthy Maharashtra, Goa 09423506765 02114-231245(O) CALL NDRF WHENEVER YOU NEED US Call the local unit directly :
  • Battalion Name Area of Responsibility Contact Nos. 06 Sh. R. S. Joon Gujarat, Rajasthan, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, West M.P. 09428826445, 079-3202540(O) 07 Sh. Jaideep Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir 09417802032 01642-246030(O) 08 Sh. P. K. Srivastva Delhi, Haryana, Uttarakhand, West U.P. 09968610014 0120-2766013(O) 09 Sh. Manish Ranjan Bihar, East U.P. 08986909490 09973300000 06115-253942(O) 10 Sh. Prashant Dhar Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka 07382299621 0863-2293178(O) CALL NDRF WHENEVER YOU NEED US Call the local unit directly :