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Disaster Management Concepts and Approaches

Disaster Management Concepts and Approaches

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The major focus of this book is on basic concept building and different types and approaches of disaster management. This book has been designed keeping in mind the new syllabus of ICAR’s agriculture course curriculum for postgraduate students in different universities.

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    The major focus of this book is on basic concept building and different types and approaches of disaster management. This book has been designed keeping in mind the new syllabus of ICAR’s agriculture course curriculum for postgraduate students in different universities. It will also help students pursuing courses in geography, disaster management, environmental sciences, and social sciences. Besides, it offers a ready and useful guide to all those concerned with disaster preparedness and management including community based organizations, administrators, and developers. All institutions, planners, NGOs dealing with the subject would find this book valuable for their research studies. Institutional libraries may like to have this book for the use of their students and academic staff.

    The scenario : Over the last three decades natural and technological disasters have been increasing in terms of frequency, size, number of people affected, and material damage caused. Lack of well-developed disaster management plans results in a severe loss of life and property that could be saved if the necessary mechanisms were in place. A holistic approach, along with collective effort, is required to address the issues of disaster management more effectively. This may contribute greatly towards avoiding or minimizing loss of lives, save the livelihood of millions of people through protection of people and animals in disasters.

    The book : The major focus of this book is on basic concept building and different types and approaches of disaster management. This book has been designed keeping in mind the new syllabus of ICAR’s agriculture course curriculum for postgraduate students in different universities. It will also help students pursuing courses in geography,disaster management,environmental sciences, and social sciences. Besides, it offers a ready and useful guide to all those concerned with disaster preparedness and management including community based organizations, administrators, and developers. All institutions, planners, NGOs dealing with the subject would find this book valuable for their research studies. Institutional libraries may like to have this book for the use of their students and academic staff.

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    Book Rights CBS Publishing
    Publisher CBS Publishers & Distributors
    Binding Paperback
    Size NA
    Year 2020
    Edition 1/e
    Author Debabrata Mondal | Debabrata Basu
    About the Author

    Debabrata Mondal PhD is a young academician and researcher in the subject area of extension education and allied disciplines. He completed his PhD from Visva-Bharati with excellent academic track record. Presently he teaches at Mahesh High School, Serampore, Hooghly, West Bengal. He had published 30 research papers in national and international peer-reviewed journals and also contributed 8 book chapters in edited volume. He has to his credit 2 books. He acted as editor of Journal of Nutrition (Canada),Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics and Sociology and editorial board member of the Journal of Ecology & Natural Resources.

    Debabrata Basu PhD is Professor and Head, Department of Agricultural Extension, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, West Bengal. His area of expertise comprises participatory learning and action, participatory project management, watershed management, participatory technology development, participatory disaster management, training methodology, indigenous knowledge, communication and organization system, distance learning, etc. He has the working experience with the ICAR, MANAGE, NIRD, CARE India, Lutheran World Service, IRRI, DFID as an expert. He has to his credit a number of research articles, monographs, chapters in books and a few books.

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