National Disaster Response Force

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National Disaster Response Force
NATIONAL DISASTER RESPONSE FORCE logo.png
Agency overview
Formed 2006; 11 years ago (2006)
Jurisdiction Government of India
Headquarters NDRF HQ, Antyodaya Bhawan, New Delhi, Delhi[1]
Motto Saving Lives & Beyond
Minister responsible
Agency executive
  • R.K. Pachnanda, IPS, Director General[2]
Parent department Ministry of Home Affairs
Key document
Website ndrf.gov.in

The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) is a specialised force constituted "for the purpose of specialist response to a threatening disaster situation or disaster" under the Disaster Management Act, 2005.[3] :section 44–45 The "Apex Body for Disaster Management"[citation needed] in India is the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). The Chairman of the NDMA is the Prime Minister.[4][5]

The responsibility for Disaster Management in India’s federal system is that of the State Government. The ‘nodal Ministry’ in the central government for management of natural disasters is the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).[6]

When 'calamities of severe nature' occur, the Central Government is responsible for providing aid and assistance to the affected state, including deploying, at the State’s request, of Armed Forces, Central Paramilitary Forces, National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), and such communication, air and other assets, as are available and needed.[7]


National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) is under the National Disaster Management Authority.[8] The head of the NDRF is designated as Director General. The Director Generals of NDRF are IPS officers on deputation from Indian police organisations. Director General wears the uniform and badges of rank of an army three-star general.

The NDRF is a top-heavy organisation which in addition to the Director General has several Inspector Generals (IG) and Deputy IGs, who fly flags and wear army-style badges of rank.[9][10]

Composition[edit]

National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) is a force of 12 battalions, organised on para-military lines, and manned by persons on deputation from the para-military forces of India: three Border Security Force, three Central Reserve Police Force, two Central Industrial Security Force, two Indo-Tibetan Border Police and two Sashastra Seema Bal. The total strength of each battalion is approximately 1,149.[11] Each battalion is capable of providing 18 self-contained specialist search and rescue teams of 45 personnel each including engineers, technicians, electricians, dog squads and medical/paramedics.[12]

NDRF in addition to being able to respond to natural disasters, has four battalions capable of responding to radiological, nuclear, biological and [Bhopal disaster|chemical disasters].

Deployment[edit]

Major Disasters in India (1980–2009)

These NDRF battalions are located at twelve different locations in the country based on the vulnerability profile to cut down the response time for their deployment. During the preparedness period/in a threatening disaster situation, proactive deployment of these forces will be carried out by the NDMA in consultation with state authorities. The present location of NDRF Bns are as follows:[13]

S. No. NDRF Unit State CPF
4 01 Bn NDRF, Guwahati Assam BSF
3 02 Bn NDRF, Kolkata West Bengal BSF
5 03 Bn NDRF, Mundali Odisha CISF
6 04 Bn NDRF, Arakkonam Tamil Nadu CISF
7 05 Bn NDRF, Pune Maharashtra CRPF
8 06 Bn NDRF, Gandhinagar Gujarat CRPF
1 07 Bn NDRF, Ghaziabad Uttar Pradesh ITBP
2 08 Bn NDRF, Bhatinda Punjabj ITBP
9 09 Bn NDRF, Patna Bihar BSF
10 10 Bn NDRF, Vijayawada Andhra Pradesh CRPF
11 11 Bn NDRF, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh SSB
12 12 Bn NDRF, Itanagar Arunachal Pradesh SSB

Functional parameters[edit]

The aim of the National Disaster Management Authority is to build a safer and disaster resilient India by developing a holistic, proactive, multi-disaster and technology driven strategy for disaster management. This has to be achieved through a culture of prevention, mitigation and preparedness to generate a prompt and efficient response at the time of disasters. This national vision inter alia, aims at inculcating a culture of preparedness among all stakeholders.[14]

NDRF has proved its importance in achieving this vision by highly skilled rescue and relief operations, regular and intensive training and re-training, familiarisation exercises within the area of responsibility of respective NDRF Bns, carrying out mock drills and joint exercises with the various stakeholders.

Disaster response[edit]

NDRF has proved its efficacy with its commendable performance during various disasters including the drowning cases, building collapses, landslides, devastating floods and Cyclones. NDRF has saved 1,33,192 human lives and retrieved 276 dead bodies of disaster victims in 73 response operations in the country. Some of the major response operations of NDRF as below:

2007

  • Flood in Bhavnagar, Gujarat – 3–5 July 2007 – Rescued 291 people; distributed 3,750 food packets
  • Flood in Rajkot, Gujarat – 3–5 July 2007 – Rescued 291 people; distributed 3,750 food packets

2008

  • Building collapse (Hotel Shakunt) in Ahmedabad, Gujarat – 3–5 Feb 2008 – Saved 10 people & recovered 6 dead bodies
  • Flood in Lakhimpur, Assam – 14 June – 20 July 2008 – Rescued 2,500 civilians
  • Flood in Dhemaji, Assam – 16 June – 31 July 2008 – Rescued 600 people
  • Flood in Lakhimpur, Assam – 21 July – 4 Aug 2008 – Evacuated 2,000 people
Rescue and relief operations during the Kosi breach in Bihar
  • Kosi breach in Bihar – 20 Aug 2008 – Saved over 1,05,000 people including women, children & aged; distributed medicines and water bottles
  • Flood in Lakhimpur, Assam – 31 Aug – 9 Sep 2008 – Saved 750 people
  • Flood in Puri, Cuttack, Kendrapara & Jagatsinghpur, Odisha – Sept 2008 – Saved over 1,000 people
  • Flood in Kamrup, Assam – 28 Sep 2008 – Saved 350 people
  • Flood in Tiruvarur, Tamil Nadu – 26–30 Nov 2008 – Saved 773 people
  • Flood in Chennai, Tamil Nadu – 26 Nov – 2 Dec 2008 – Rescued 1,550 people

2009

  • Cyclone Aila (24 Pargana North & South, West Bengal) – 25 May – 10 June 2009 – Rescued 2,000 people; distribution of medicine to 30,000 victims & food packets to 16,000 homeless victims
  • Flood in Barpeta, Assam – 27 May 2009 – Saved 300 people
  • Flood in Junagarh and Porbandar, Gujarat – 16–29 July 2009 – Saved 2,225 people
  • Flood in Kasarkode, Kannur and Ernakulam, Kerala – 17–24 July 2009 – Saved 180 people
  • Flood in Sitamarhi, Bihar (Bagmati breach) – 2–9 Aug 2009 – Rescued 1,034 people; distributed medicines to 831 victims
  • Flood in Howrah & Hooghly, West Bengal – 8–14 Sep 2009 – Rescue 675 people
  • Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka Floods – Oct 2009 – Saved 10,659 people

2010

  • Building collapse at Bellary, Karnataka – 27 Jan 2010 – Saved 20 human lives and recovered 27 dead bodies
  • Flood in Guwahati, Assam – 20–25 April 2010 – Saved 300 human lives
  • Cyclone Laila in Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka – 18 May 2010

2013

  • Cyclone Phailin in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Odisha etc. - The battalions of the army and navy were used to evacuate people.

2015

During the Kosi breach in Bihar in August 2008, which was declared a national calamity by Prime Minister Shri Manmohan Singh,[15][16][17][18] NDRF personnel actively engaged themselves in rescue operations and relief duties in districts Supaul, Madhepura, Araria and Purnia. About 780 NDRF personnel trained in flood rescue operations along with 153 high capacity inflatable boats and other rescue equipment were deployed in the flood affected areas. The swift and highly skilled operations of NDRF saved more than 100,000 people trapped in swirling waters of river Kosi.[19] NDRF personnel distributed relief supplies including drinking water to the stranded flood victims.[20] Medical camps were also established to provide medical care to the flood affected people. Impressed with prompt and efficient response of NDRF, Chief Minister of Bihar Shri Nitish Kumar approached Prime Minister Shri Manmohan Singh for a NDRF Bn to be stationed in Bihar[21] and offered 65 acres (260,000 m2) of land at Bihta near Patna.

NDRF commendable rescue operations were no less appreciated during the 2008 floods in Odisha, Maharashtra, Kerala and Assam.

On 25 May 2009 Cyclone Aila hit West Bengal coast with a fury unprecedented in recent history. It took at least 94 lives, seven of them in Kolkata, and affected over 40 lakh people. More than six lakh houses were destroyed completely or damaged partially.[22] NDRF promptly responded to the devastating situation and 600 personnel of NDRF with 84 boats and other rescue equipment started rescue and relief operations at cyclone affected areas of district 24 Pargana North and South of West Bengal.[23][24][25] During the operations NDRF personnel rescued around 2,000 trapped persons and distributed 50 truckloads of relief materials to the affected people.

On 1 Oct 2009 in the wake of worsening flood situations in the States of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, the State Government of both the states sent their requests for deployment of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) for rescue and relief operations. NDMA mobilised 963 flood rescue trained personnel (including some deep divers) and 308 inflatable motorised boats from 05 NDRF Bns located at Arakkonam (Chennai), Pune, Mundali (Odisha), Greater Noida and Bhatinda and airlifted on 2–3 Oct 2009 in Air Force IL-76 and AN-32 aircraft from nearest Air Force bases and Civil Airports. The rescue personnel deployed in 04 districts of Andhra Pradesh (Kurnool, Vijayawada, Mehboob Nagar and Nandhiyal) and 04 districts of Karnataka (Bagalkote, Raichur, Gadag and Vijaypur) and immediately started rescue and relief operations in the flood affected districts of both the states.[26][27][28]

NDRF rescued tens of thousands persons marooned in the floods at these two States and distributed over 40 quintals of food and drinking water. The medical teams of NDRF at these districts administering medical first response and distributing medicines to the flood victims.

On 26 January 2010 a five-storied under-construction residential building collapsed at Bellary, Karnataka with about 50 people trapped under the huge debris. 3 rescue teams (102 personnel) of NDRF Bn Pune promptly airlifted to Bellary and NDRF personnel carried out round the clock operation with the help of search & rescue equipments and dogs for 09 days.In the meticulously carried out operation under huge debris the NDRF managed to rescue 20 live persons. The last person was rescued on the 9th day. NDRF also retrieved 27 dead bodies trapped under debris.[29][30][31][32][33][34]

Training[edit]

NDRF personnel undergoing Heli-slithering Training
Flood Rescue Training
Search and Rescue Training
Training of Dogs by Swiss Experts
CBRN Training of NDRF Personnel

In the future, the key to efficient disaster response will depend primarily on the effectiveness of the training and re-training of Specialised Disaster Response Forces. With this vision, a detailed “Training Regime for Disaster Response” has been prepared by NDMA/NDRF identifying the specific disaster response training courses and devising a unified, structured and uniform course module as well as a syllabus for these training courses. The proposition behind a unified, structured, uniform course module and syllabus is that first the entire NDRF battalions will successfully attain these courses and subsequently the State Disaster Response Forces (SDRF) and other stakeholders will be trained on the same lines. The need for a uniformly structured course module emerged from the fact that if all the NDRF battalions and other ‘first responders’ undergo the same training exercise, the coordination between different stakeholders would be expedient and well planned at the time of any major disaster where different NDRF battalions, SDRF battalions and other stakeholders will be working together in close coordination with each other.

Already trained Trained in 2009–10 Total
CBRN 2,976 480 3,456
Heli-borne training 2,700 1,500 4,200
Natural disasters 5,071 950 6,021
Water rescue 3,520 1,600 5,120
Foreign trained 54 07 61

After its constitution in 2005, NDRF with its swift and highly skilled rescue operations has emerged as most visible and vibrant force of the NDMA. NDRF personnel are invariably trained in courses like Flood Rescue, Collapsed Structure Search and Rescue, Medical First Responders, Rope Rescue, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Emergencies; Dignified Disposal of Dead Bodies etc. NDRF personnel are trained in prestigious institutes like NISA, DRDO, BARC, CME, Army, Navy and Air Force as well in foreign countries like USA, Singapore, China, Finland, Korea, Switzerland etc.

Training abroad[edit]

  • INSARAG Asia-Pacific Exercise, China, 4–7 August 2006
  • OPCW Chemical Emergency Course, Finland, 21–25 August 2006
  • UNDAC Induction Course, Korea, 17–29 Sept 2006
  • INSARAG Asia-Pacific Exercise, Mongolia, 31 July – 2 August 2007
  • UNDAC Induction Course, Malaysia, 10–14 July 2007
  • INSARAG Meeting, Korea, 3–6 Oct 2007
  • UNDAC Induction Course, New Zealand, 14–16 Oct 2007
  • INSARAG Asia-Pacific Exercise, Switzerland, 17–20 Nov 2008
  • Management of Dead Bodies, Geneva, Switzerland, 4–8 Feb 2008
  • Singapore Civil Defence Academy, Singapore, 10–27 March 2008
  • INSARAG Asia-Pacific Exercise, Philippines, 15–17 April 2008
  • APCSS, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 29 May – 27 June 2008
  • Advanced Search & Rescue Course, Florida, USA, 1–5 Sep 2008
  • Chemical Exercise, OPCW, Tehran, Iran, 1–5 Nov 2008
  • INSARAG Asia-Pacific Exercise, Nepal, 21–24 April 2009
  • APCSS, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 20 Aug – 22 Sep 2009
  • Bio-terrorism Table top Exercise, Montreux, Switzerland, 7–8 Sep 2009

Training of NDRF[edit]

While the NDRF is being trained, re-trained and equipped as a specialist force for level three disasters, it is equally important to ensure capacity building of state police personnel who are invariably the first responders in any natural or man-made disasters. To ensure this, a two-pronged strategy is being suggested to the states: firstly, to train state police personnel in the basics of disaster management and secondly, to train at least one battalion equivalent out of their state armed police units as State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) on lines of the NDRF. In addition to police personnel, the SDRFs may be constituted from existing resources of the Fire Services, Home Guards and Civil Defence. NDRF Bns and their training institutions will assist the States/UTs in this effort. The State/UTs will also be encouraged to set up DM training facilities in their respective Police Training Colleges and include this subject in their basic and in-service courses.

205 police personnel from 21 states of the country have been trained.

S No Date of course Location No. of successful participants
1 05-Feb-07 Apr-07 FSTI, NISA Hyderabad 24
2 05-Nov-07 Dec-07 FSTI, NISA Hyderabad 18
3 11-Oct-08 Nov-08 Police Training Centre, Arunachal Pradesh 42
4 24-Nov-09 16-Jan-09 FSTI, NISA Hyderabad 16
5 12-Jan-00 27-Feb-09 CTC-II Coimbatore 17
6 05-Sep-09 13-Nov-09 FSTI, NISA Hyderabad 23
7 Oct-09 Oct-09 ILDM, Department of Revenue, Govt of Kerala 40
8 08-Feb-10 20-Mar-10 CTC-II Coimbatore 25
9 12-Mar-11 26-Mar-11 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand 50
10 23-Sep-11 07-Oct-11 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand 50
11 26-Oct-11 09-Nov-11 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand 50
12 31-Oct-11 04-Nov-11 DRDE Gwalior 25
13 14-Nov-11 18-Nov-11 DRDE Gwalior 25
14 28-Nov-11 02-Dec-11 DRDE Gwalior 25
15 12-Dec-11 16-Dec-11 DRDE Gwalior 25
16 16-Apr-12 28-Apr-12 SEI Kolkata 8
17 16-Apr-12 01-May-12 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 24
18 16-Apr-12 12-May-12 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
19 30-Apr-12 26-May-12 SEI Kolkata 50
20 07-May-12 06-Jun-12 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
21 14-May-12 16-Jun-12 Naval Academy, Kochi 20
22 28-May-12 23-Jun-12 SEI Kolkata 50
23 28-May-12 07-Jul-12 SEI Kolkata 20
24 06-Jun-12 19-Jun-12 NITSRDR BTC Bhanu 24
25 11-Jun-12 07-Jul-12 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
26 25-Jun-12 21-Jul-12 SEI Kolkata 50
27 29-Jun-12 18-Aug-12 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 24
28 02-Jul-12 14-Jul-12 Kalinga Divers Foundation Trust at Ramchandi beach near Konark, Puri 20
29 09-Jul-12 18-Aug-12 SEI Kolkata 20
30 23-Jul-12 18-Aug-12 SEI Kolkata 50
31 23-Jul-12 25-Aug-12 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
32 20-Aug-12 15-Sep-12 SEI Kolkata 50
33 20-Aug-12 29-Sep-12 SEI Kolkata 20
34 03-Sep-12 29-Sep-12 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
35 03-Sep-12 1 day JPNATC, AIIMS New Delhi 7
36 15-Sep-12 28-Sep-12 Atal Bihari Vajpayee institute of mountaineering & allied sports Manali, (H.P) 50
37 17-Sep-12 21-Sep-12 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 45
38 17-Sep-12 13-Oct-12 SEI Kolkata 50
39 22-Sep-12 06-Oct-12 Himalayan mountaineering institute, Darjeeling, (W.B.) 50
40 24-Sep-12 10-Oct-12 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 24
41 01-Oct-12 10-Nov-12 SEI Kolkata 20
42 08-Oct-12 12-Oct-12 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 45
43 15-Oct-12 28-Oct-12 Atal Bihari Vajpayee institute of mountaineering & allied sports Manali, (H.P) 50
44 15-Oct-12 17-Nov-12 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
45 26-Oct-12 09-Nov-12 NITSRDR BTC Bhanu 24
46 26-Oct-12 09-Nov-12 Himalayan mountaineering institute, Darjeeling, (W.B.) 50
47 29-Oct-12 09-Nov-12 NISA Hyd 48
48 30-Oct-12 24-Nov-12 SEI Kolkata 50
49 12-Nov-12 24-Nov-12 NISA Hyd 48
50 12-Nov-12 22-Dec-12 SEI Kolkata 20
51 16-Nov-12 30-Nov-12 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand 50
52 19-Nov-12 23-Nov-12 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 45
53 19-Nov-12 08-Dec-12 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 24
54 20-Nov-12 20-Dec-12 NITSRDR BTC Bhanu 24
55 26-Nov-12 22-Dec-12 SEI Kolkata 50
56 26-Nov-12 24-Dec-12 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
57 28-Nov-12 09-Dec-12 NISA Hyd 48
58 03-Dec-12 07-Dec-12 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 45
59 17-Dec-12 21-Dec-12 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 45
60 07-Jan-13 25-Feb-13 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 24
61 13-Jan-13 1 day JPNATC, AIIMS New Delhi 8
62 14-Jan-13 18-Jan-13 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 45
63 19-Jan-13 18-Feb-13 JPNATC, AIIMS New Delhi 20
64 01-Feb-13 15-Feb-13 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand 50
65 04-Feb-13 08-Feb-13 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 45
66 04-Feb-13 02-Mar-13 SEI Kolkata 50
67 18-Feb-13 04-Mar-13 Kalinga Divers Foundation Trust at Ramchandi beach near Konark, Puri 10
68 21-Feb-13 07-Mar-13 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand 50
69 28-Feb-13 29-Apr-13 NITSRDR BTC Bhanu 24
70 04-Mar-13 30-Mar-13 SEI Kolkata 50
71 07-Mar-13 13-Mar-13 IB Central Training Institute, 35, Sardar Patel Marg, New Delhi 2
72 07-Mar-13 NIDM New Delhi 2
73 08-Mar-13 IB Central Training Institute, 35, Sardar Patel Marg, New Delhi 1
74 11-Mar-13 15-Mar-13 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 45
75 11-Mar-13 15-Mar-13 IC Centre for Governance at Friends of Moral Re- Armament (India) Asia Plateau, Panchgani, Maharashtra 1
76 11-Mar-13 22-Mar-13 Ordanance factories, Raipur, Dehradun 10
77 12-Mar-13 19-Mar-13 Kalinga Divers Foundation Trust at Ramchandi beach near Konark, Puri 10
78 18-Mar-13 19-Mar-13 SVP NPA Hyderabad 2
79 20-Mar-13 21-Mar-13 SVP NPA Hyderabad 1
80 01-Apr-13 05-Apr-13 DRDE Gwalior 25
81 08-Apr-13 18-Apr-13 ISRO Dehradun, Uttarakhand 25
82 08-Apr-13 07-May-13 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
83 15-Apr-13 10-May-13 Amity Dog Academy, Amity University Campus, Manesar, Gurgaon, Haryana 25
84 19-Apr-13 23-Apr-13 SSW, Gyan Sarovar, Mount Abu (Raj) 10
85 20-Apr-13 23-Apr-13 SSW, Gyan Sarovar, Mount Abu (Raj) 10
86 22-Apr-13 08-May-13 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 30
87 30-Apr-13 02-May-13 SVP NPA Hyderabad 1
88 06-May-13 10-May-13 IIMC, New Delhi 10
89 16-May-13 17-May-13 SVP NPA Hyderabad 1
90 22-May-13 23-May-13 SVP NPA Hyderabad 1
91 03-Jun-13 06-Jul-13 Naval Academy, Kochi 20
92 10-Jun-13 29-Jun-13 SEI Kolkata 10
93 15-Jun-13 04-Jul-13 RLSS Kolkata 50
94 17-Jun-13 13-Jul-13 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
95 19-Jun-13 21-Jun-13 SVP NPA Hyderabad 1
96 24-Jun-13 20-Jul-13 SEI Kolkata 50
97 01-Jul-13 20-Jul-13 SEI Kolkata 10
98 01-Jul-13 22-Aug-13 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 19
99 09-Jul-13 28-Jul-13 RLSS Kolkata 50
100 22-Jul-13 26-Jul-13 LNJN National Institute of Criminology & Forensic Science, Rohini 2
101 22-Jul-13 10-Aug-13 SEI Kolkata 10
102 22-Jul-13 17-Aug-13 SEI Kolkata 50
103 29-Jul-13 02-Aug-13 Vastapur, Ahmedabad 1
104 02-Aug-13 21-Aug-13 RLSS Kolkata 50
105 12-Aug-13 31-Aug-13 SEI Kolkata 10
106 19-Aug-13 23-Aug-13 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 10
107 19-Aug-13 14-Sep-13 SEI Kolkata 50
108 26-Aug-13 30-Aug-13 Bahadurgarh, Jhajjar Haryana 15
109 27-Aug-13 15-Sep-13 RLSS Kolkata 50
110 02-Sep-13 06-Sep-13 LNJN National Institute of Criminology & Forensic Science, Rohini 2
111 02-Sep-13 21-Sep-13 NISA Hyd 33
112 02-Sep-13 03-Oct-13 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
113 05-Sep-13 06-Sep-13 SVP NPA Hyderabad 1
114 09-Sep-13 13-Sep-13 LNJN National Institute of Criminology & Forensic Science, Rohini 2
115 13-Sep-13 17-Sep-13 SSW Gyan Sarovar Shanti Sarovar Located at Vidhan Sabha Marg, Saddhu Raipur, Chhattisgarh 2
116 15-Sep-13 10-Oct-13 SEI Kolkata 50
117 16-Sep-13 18-Sep-13 Administrative Staff College, Hyderabad 1
118 16-Sep-13 20-Sep-13 SVP NPA Hyderabad 1
119 16-Sep-13 18-Jan-14 CSMT BSF ACADEMY TEKANPUR, GWALIOR, MP 9
120 17-Sep-13 19-Sep-13 LNJN National Institute of Criminology & Forensic Science, Rohini 2
121 19-Sep-13 08-Oct-13 RLSS Kolkata 50
122 23-Sep-13 27-Sep-13 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 10
123 23-Sep-13 27-Sep-13 LNJN National Institute of Criminology & Forensic Science, Rohini 1
124 25-Sep-13 27-Sep-13 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 50
125 03-Oct-13 22-Nov-13 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 19
126 07-Oct-13 26-Oct-13 NISA Hyd 8
127 17-Oct-13 19-Oct-13 LNJN National Institute of Criminology & Forensic Science, Rohini 2
128 18-Oct-13 20-Oct-13 AIIMS, New Delhi 2
129 19-Oct-13 07-Nov-13 RLSS Kolkata 50
130 21-Oct-13 25-Oct-13 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 10
131 21-Oct-13 16-Nov-13 SEI Kolkata 50
132 29-Oct-13 12-Nov-13 NIM Uttarkashi 50
133 04-Nov-13 16-Nov-13 College of Military (CME) Pune 4
134 08-Nov-13 10-Nov-13 AIIMS, New Delhi 19
135 09-Nov-13 28-Nov-13 RLSS Kolkata 50
136 11-Nov-13 16-Nov-13 LNJN National Institute of Criminology & Forensic Science, Rohini 1
137 11-Nov-13 23-Nov-13 Kalinga Divers Foundation Trust at Ramchandi beach near Konark, Puri 10
138 11-Nov-13 12-Dec-13 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
139 18-Nov-13 23-Nov-13 05 Bn NDRF 30
140 18-Nov-13 14-Dec-13 SEI Kolkata 50
141 19-Nov-13 03-Dec-13 NIM Uttarkashi 50
142 21-Nov-13 25-Nov-13 Tata Institute of Social Science, V.N.Purav Marg, Deonar, Mumbai 1
143 25-Nov-13 10-Dec-13 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 21
144 26-Nov-13 26-Dec-13 NITSRDR BTC Bhanu 24
145 30-Nov-13 19-Dec-13 RLSS Kolkata 50
146 02-Dec-13 06-Dec-13 Tata Institute of Social Science, V.N.Purav Marg, Deonar, Mumbai 1
147 02-Dec-13 14-Dec-13 Kalinga Divers Foundation Trust at Ramchandi beach near Konark, Puri 10
148 02-Dec-13 21-Dec-13 NISA Hyd 38
149 04-Dec-13 08-Dec-13 03 Bn Mundali 24
150 05-Dec-13 10-Dec-13 03 Bn Mundali 19
151 09-Dec-13 12-Dec-13 IRMA Gujarat 1
152 09-Dec-13 14-Dec-13 02 Bn NDRF 30
153 09-Dec-13 21-Dec-13 Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal University (TANUVAS), Chennai 30
154 10-Dec-13 24-Dec-13 NIM Uttarkashi 50
155 15-Dec-13 19-Dec-13 Kathmandu Nepal 12
156 16-Dec-13 18-Dec-13 IRMA Gujarat 1
157 16-Dec-13 21-Dec-13 02 Bn NDRF 30
158 16-Dec-13 28-Dec-13 Kalinga Divers Foundation Trust at Ramchandi beach near Konark, Puri 10
159 26-Dec-13 01-Jan-14 05 Bn NDRF 30
160 03-Jan-14 18-Jan-14 NITSRDR BTC Bhanu 24
161 13-Jan-14 17-Jan-14 08 Bn NDRF
162 15-Jan-14 21-Jan-14 05 Bn NDRF 30
163 20-Jan-14 24-Jan-14 Snow & Avalanche Study Estt. (SASE), Manali, HP 8
164 27-Jan-14 08-Feb-14 02 Bn NDRF 30
165 27-Jan-14 11-Feb-14 NITSRDR BTC Bhanu 24
166 27-Jan-14 01-Mar-14 CTC-II Coimbatore 24
167 27-Jan-14 19-Apr-14 Bn Locations except 06th Bn 50
168 01-Feb-14 07-Feb-14 Jawahar Institute of Mountaineering & Winter Sports, Nunwan, Pahalgam, J&K 50
169 03-Feb-14 07-Feb-14 Snow & Avalanche Study Estt. (SASE), Manali, HP 25
170 03-Feb-14 01-Mar-14 SEI Kolkata 50
171 03-Feb-14 25-Apr-14 06 Bn NDRF 50
172 03-Feb-14 Air Force Station Hindon, Ghaziabad, UP 40
173 08-Feb-14 14-Feb-14 Jawahar Institute of Mountaineering & Winter Sports, Nunwan, Pahalgam, J&K 50
174 10-Feb-14 12-Feb-14 Indian Institute of Management Bangalore 1
175 10-Feb-14 14-Feb-14 NIDM New Delhi 20
176 10-Feb-14 22-Feb-14 Bn Locations 40
177 10-Feb-14 01-Mar-14 RLSS Kolkata 50
178 11-Feb-14 14-Feb-14 Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) Mumbai 6
179 13-Feb-14 21-Feb-14 SVP NPA Hyderabad 1
180 17-Feb-14 21-Feb-14 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 10
181 17-Feb-14 22-Feb-14 02 Bn NDRF 30
182 17-Feb-14 28-Feb-14 04 Bn NDRF 24
183 17-Feb-14 01-Mar-14 09 Bn NDRF 30
184 20-Feb-14 21-Feb-14 DRDE Gwalior 24
185 21-Feb-14 15-May-14 06 Bn NDRF 50
186 24-Feb-14 28-Feb-14 Snow & Avalanche Study Estt. (SASE), Manali, HP 25
187 24-Feb-14 08-Mar-14 Bn Locations 40
188 24-Feb-14 05-Apr-14 07, 08 & 09 Bn location 152
189 03-Mar-14 07-Mar-14 NCDC Nagpur/ NFSC Nagpur 20
190 03-Mar-14 14-Mar-14 Ordnance Factories, Institute of Learning, Ministry of Defence, Raipur, Dehradun 10
191 03-Mar-14 15-Mar-14 02 Bn NDRF 30
192 03-Mar-14 15-Mar-14 09 Bn NDRF 30
193 03-Mar-14 18-Mar-14 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 21
194 03-Mar-14 29-Mar-14 SEI Kolkata 50
195 03-Mar-14 03-Apr-14 CTC-II Coimbatore 24
196 06-Mar-14 07-Mar-14 DRDE Gwalior 24
197 13-Mar-14 14-Mar-14 DRDE Gwalior 24
198 16-Mar-14 11-Apr-14 BSF WW Bhuj 25
199 24-Mar-14 29-Mar-14 05 Bn NDRF 30
200 24-Mar-14 05-Apr-14 01 Bn NDRF 30
201 24-Mar-14 21-Apr-14 01 Bn NDRF 24
202 31-Mar-14 12-Apr-14 06 Bn NDRF 30
203 31-Mar-14 12-Apr-14 College of Military (CME) Pune 3
204 31-Mar-14 24-May-14 07 Bn NDRF 15
205 01-Apr-14 17-Apr-14 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 24
206 01-Apr-14 30-Apr-14 CTC-II Coimbatore 24
207 07-Apr-14 19-Apr-14 Bn Locations 40
208 14-Apr-14 26-Apr-14 03 Bn Mundali 30
209 14-Apr-14 09-May-14 Amity Dog Academy, Amity University Campus, Manesar, Gurgaon, Haryana 10
210 19-Apr-14 22-Apr-14 Gyan Sarovar in Mount Abu, Rajasthan 3
211 21-Apr-14 26-Apr-14 02 Bn NDRF 30
212 21-Apr-14 17-May-14 04 Bn NDRF 24
213 28-Apr-14 02-May-14 Management Development Institute, Gurgaon 1
214 28-Apr-14 10-May-14 01 Bn NDRF 30
215 28-Apr-14 08-Jun-14 07 & 08 Bn location 100
216 28-Apr-14 19-Jul-14 04 Bn NDRF 100
217 28-Apr-14 19-Jul-14 03 Bn NDRF 100
218 01-May-14 02-May-14 DRDE Gwalior 24
219 05-May-14 17-May-14 Bn Locations 40
220 05-May-14 31-May-14 SEI Kolkata 50
221 08-May-14 10-May-14 DRDE Gwalior 24
222 10-May-14 29-May-14 RLSS Kolkata 50
223 19-May-14 24-May-14 05 Bn NDRF 30
224 19-May-14 30-May-14 CSIR-SERC Chennai 25
225 19-May-14 31-May-14 03 Bn Mundali 30
226 19-May-14 31-May-14 06 Bn NDRF 30
227 19-May-14 31-May-14 Bn Locations 40
228 20-May-14 01-Jul-14 M&SI Auli ITBP 2
229 26-May-14 30-May-14 NCDC Nagpur/ NFSC Nagpur 20
230 26-May-14 21-Jun-14 06 Bn NDRF 24
231 01-Jun-14 20-Jun-14 RLSS Kolkata 50
232 02-Jun-14 14-Jun-14 Bn Locations 40
233 02-Jun-14 14-Jun-14 04 Bn NDRF 24
234 02-Jun-14 28-Jun-14 SEI Kolkata 50
235 05-Jun-14 06-Jun-14 DRDE Gwalior 24
236 16-Jun-14 06-Sep-14 01, 02, 07 & 08 Bn location 458
237 20-Jun-14 24-Jun-14 Kathmandu Nepal 4
238 23-Jun-14 27-Jun-14 IDSA, New Delhi 1
239 23-Jun-14 05-Jul-14 Bn Locations 40
240 27-Jun-14 16-Jul-14 RLSS Kolkata 50
241 30-Jun-14 11-Jul-14 MDI, Gurgaon 1
242 30-Jun-14 26-Jul-14 SEI Kolkata 50
243 30-Jun-14 22-Aug-14 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 24
244 07-Jul-14 19-Jul-14 Bn Locations 40
245 07-Jul-14 26-Jul-14 NISA Hyd 24
246 07-Jul-14 08-Aug-14 CTC-II Coimbatore 24
247 08-Jul-14 21-Jul-14 NITSRDR, BTC 24
248 14-Jul-14 18-Jul-14 NCDC Nagpur/ NFSC Nagpur 20
249 21-Jul-14 25-Jul-14 NCDC Nagpur 5
250 21-Jul-14 17-Aug-14 LSSI Kolkata 50
251 28-Jul-14 23-Aug-14 SEI Kolkata 50
252 04-Aug-14 23-Aug-14 NISA Hyd 24
253 04-Aug-14 13-Dec-14 10 Bn NDRF 43
254 11-Aug-14 06-Sep-14 04 Bn NDRF 30
255 11-Aug-14 20-Dec-14 04 Bn NDRF 26
256 11-Aug-14 20-Dec-14 06 Bn NDRF 41
257 19-Aug-14 06-Sep-14 01 Bn NDRF 48
258 19-Aug-14 06-Sep-14 01 Bn NDRF 8
259 19-Aug-14 27-Dec-14 03 Bn NDRF 23
260 25-Aug-14 29-Aug-14 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 5
261 25-Aug-14 09-Sep-14 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 24
262 25-Aug-14 20-Sep-14 SEI Kolkata 50
263 25-Aug-14 21-Sep-14 LSSI Kolkata 50
264 01-Sep-14 27-Sep-14 CTC-II Coimbatore 24
265 05-Sep-14 18-Sep-14 NITSRDR, BTC 24
266 08-Sep-14 19-Sep-14 CSIR SERC Chennai 25
267 08-Sep-14 04-Oct-14 01 Bn NDRF 24
268 08-Sep-14 18-Oct-14 M&SI Auli ITBP 2
269 15-Sep-14 18-Sep-14 09 Bn NDRF 20
270 15-Sep-14 19-Sep-14 NCDC Nagpur 7
271 15-Sep-14 30-Sep-14 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 24
272 15-Sep-14 25-Oct-14 SEI Kolkata 10
273 15-Sep-14 25-Oct-14 SEI Kolkata 10
274 15-Sep-14 06-Dec-14 02 Bn location 105
275 22-Sep-14 06-Oct-14 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand 50
276 22-Sep-14 15-Nov-14 Base Hospital ITBP Chandigarh 12
277 22-Sep-14 21-Dec-14 07 Bn NDRF 106
278 06-Oct-14 10-Oct-14 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 4
279 06-Oct-14 02-Nov-14 LSSI Kolkata 50
280 06-Oct-14 27-Dec-14 NTCD BSF Tekanpur 20
281 07-Oct-14 18-Oct-14 Bn Locations 40
282 07-Oct-14 16-Nov-14 07 Bn NDRF 40
283 13-Oct-14 17-Oct-14 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 14
284 13-Oct-14 17-Oct-14 NCDC Nagpur/ NFSC Nagpur 20
285 13-Oct-14 08-Nov-14 SEI Kolkata 50
286 14-Oct-14 17-Oct-14 BARC Mumbai 4
287 15-Oct-14 30-Oct-14 NITSRDR, BTC 24
288 15-Oct-14 31-Oct-14 NITSRDR, BTC 24
289 27-Oct-14 06-Dec-14 SEI Kolkata 10
290 27-Oct-14 06-Dec-14 SEI Kolkata 10
291 27-Oct-14 17-Dec-14 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 24
292 29-Oct-14 12-Nov-14 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand 50
293 03-Nov-14 27-Dec-14 Base Hospital ITBP Tigri Camp, New Delhi 13
294 04-Nov-14 01-Dec-14 LSSI Kolkata 50
295 07-Nov-14 20-Nov-14 NITSRDR, BTC 24
296 07-Nov-14 20-Nov-14 NITSRDR, BTC 24
297 10-Nov-14 14-Nov-14 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 5
298 10-Nov-14 22-Nov-14 Bn Locations 40
299 10-Nov-14 22-Nov-14 NISA Hyd 24
300 10-Nov-14 06-Dec-14 SEI Kolkata 50
301 10-Nov-14 06-Dec-14 08 Bn NDRF 24
302 10-Nov-14 11-Dec-14 CTC-II Coimbatore 24
303 17-Nov-14 22-Nov-14 02 Bn NDRF 30
304 17-Nov-14 06-Dec-14 NISA Hyd 24
305 18-Nov-14 02-Dec-14 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand 50
306 24-Nov-14 06-Dec-14 NISA Hyd 24
307 26-Nov-14 09-Dec-14 NITSRDR, BTC 24
308 26-Nov-14 09-Dec-14 NITSRDR, BTC 24
309 01-Dec-14 13-Dec-14 Bn Locations 40
310 01-Dec-14 27-Dec-14 06 Bn NDRF 24
311 03-Dec-14 30-Dec-14 LSSI Kolkata 50
312 08-Dec-14 13-Dec-14 05 Bn NDRF 30
313 08-Dec-14 20-Dec-14 NISA Hyd 24
314 08-Dec-14 17-Jan-15 SEI Kolkata 10
315 08-Dec-14 17-Jan-15 SEI Kolkata 10
316 10-Dec-14 24-Dec-14 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand 50
317 15-Dec-14 27-Dec-14 Bn Locations 40
318 16-Dec-14 30-Dec-14 NITSRDR, BTC 24
319 16-Dec-14 30-Dec-14 NITSRDR, BTC 24
320 29-Dec-14 04-Jul-15 STC BSF Bangalore 5
321 02-Jan-15 06-Jan-15 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 2
322 05-Jan-15 20-Jan-15 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 21
323 12-Jan-15 16-Jan-15 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 5
324 12-Jan-15 22-Feb-15 07 Bn NDRF 40
325 19-Jan-15 15-Feb-15 LSSI Kolkata 50
326 19-Jan-15 28-Feb-15 SEI Kolkata 10
327 19-Jan-15 28-Feb-15 SEI Kolkata 10
328 26-Jan-15 21-Feb-15 BSF WW Bhuj 25
329 z 30-Jan-15 NIDM New Delhi 5
330 02-Feb-15 05-Feb-15 Smario Marine, 195, Nicholsan Road, Tarbund, Near Diomond Point, Secunderabad, AP 20
331 04-Feb-15 26-Mar-15 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 24
332 09-Feb-15 13-Feb-15 NCDC Nagpur
333 09-Feb-15 13-Feb-15 NCDC Nagpur 10
334 16-Feb-15 20-Feb-15 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 5
335 16-Feb-15 20-Feb-15 NIDM New Delhi 1
336 16-Feb-15 20-Feb-15 NIDM New Delhi 4
337 16-Feb-15 27-Jul-15 CTC Gwalior 20
338 17-Feb-15 16-Mar-15 LSSI Kolkata 50
339 19-Feb-15 04-Mar-15 NITSRDR, BTC 24
340 19-Feb-15 04-Mar-15 NITSRDR, BTC 24
341 23-Feb-15 26-Feb-15 BSF Tekanpur 2
342 02-Mar-15 21-Mar-15 SEI Kolkata 10
343 09-Mar-15 04-Apr-15 BSF WW Rajarhat 25
344 09-Mar-15 13-Mar-15 IIMC, New Delhi 10
345 12-Mar-15 25-Mar-15 NITSRDR, BTC 24
346 12-Mar-15 25-Mar-15 NITSRDR, BTC 24
347 16-Mar-15 18-Mar-15 MDI, Gurgaon 1
348 16-Mar-15 20-Mar-15 NIDM New Delhi 5
349 18-Mar-15 14-Apr-15 LSSI Kolkata 50
350 23-Mar-15 27-Mar-15 NCDC Nagpur 10
351 23-Mar-15 27-Mar-15 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 5
352 24-Mar-15 27-Mar-15 BSF BIDR Tekanpur 2
353 06-Apr-15 15-May-15 M&SI Auli ITBP 5
354 13-Apr-15 17-Apr-15 NIDM New Delhi 30
355 18-Apr-15 21-Apr-15 SSW Gyan Sarovar Shanti Sarovar Located at Vidhan Sabha Marg, Saddhu Raipur, Chhattisgarh 2
356 20-Apr-15 24-Apr-15 NCDC Nagpur 5
357 27-Apr-15 09-Jun-15 BIDR Tekanpur 30
358 27-Apr-15 29-Apr-15 NCDC Nagpur 10
359 27-Apr-15 29-Aug-15 CSMT BSF ACADEMY TEKANPUR, GWALIOR, MP 10
360 11-May-15 15-May-15 NIDM New Delhi 5
361 11-May-15 20-May-15 RBVRR Telangana State Police Academy, Hyderabad 2
362 20-May-15 16-Jun-15 LSSI Kolkata 50
363 25-May-15 30-May-15 College of Veterinary Sciences, Guwahati 30
364 01-Jun-15 11-Jul-15 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
365 01-Jun-15 15-Aug-15 JPNATC, AIIMS New Delhi 29
366 15-Jun-15 19-Jun-15 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 19
367 19-Jun-15 17-Jul-15 LSSI Kolkata 50
368 26-Jun-15 ASDMA, Guwahati 3
369 02-Jul-15 Uttarakhand Space Application Centre, Dehradun 3
370 06-Jul-15 27-Jul-15 BIDR Tekanpur 30
371 07-Jul-15 10-Jul-15 MDC-SHE, Bhubaneshwar 5
372 07-Jul-15 Regional Remote Sensing Centre (East), NRSC/ISRO, Kolkata 9
373 19-Jul-15 16-Aug-15 LSSI Kolkata 50
374 20-Jul-15 24-Jul-15 NCDC Nagpur 10
375 20-Jul-15 31-Aug-15 CTC-II Coimbatore 30
376 23-Jul-15 GSDMA, Gandhinagar 3
377 24-Jul-15 13-Aug-15 NITSRDR, BTC 24
378 27-Jul-15 31-Jul-15 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 60
379 28-Jul-15 18-Aug-15 BIDR Tekanpur 30
380 30-Jul-15 State Emergency Operation Centre, Thiruvanthapuram 6
381 03-Aug-15 08-Aug-15 IIM Ahmedabad 1
382 03-Aug-15 12-Sep-15 SEI Kolkata 10
383 03-Aug-15 12-Sep-15 SEI Kolkata 10
384 05-Aug-15 07-Aug-15 SVP National Police Academy Hyderabad 2
385 06-Aug-15 MP Council of Science & Technology Bhopal 3
386 10-Aug-15 28-Aug-15 NCDC Nagpur 6
387 19-Aug-15 15-Sep-15 LSSI Kolkata 50
388 21-Aug-15 22-Aug-15 New Delhi 6
389 24-Aug-15 28-Aug-15 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 60
390 24-Aug-15 09-Oct-15 BIDR Tekanpur 30
391 31-Aug-15 11-Sep-15 NCDC Nagpur 5
392 07-Sep-15 28-Sep-15 NDRF Academy 24
393 07-Sep-15 09-Sep-15 IIM Bangalore 2
394 07-Sep-15 12-Sep-15 IIM Calcutta 1
395 07-Sep-15 29-Sep-15 CTC-II Coimbatore 24
396 14-Sep-15 17-Sep-15 IIM Calcutta 1
397 14-Sep-15 24-Oct-15 SEI Kolkata 10
398 14-Sep-15 24-Oct-15 SEI Kolkata 10
399 18-Sep-15 15-Oct-15 LSSI Kolkata 50
400 21-Sep-15 03-Oct-15 M&SI (AULI) ITBP UTTARAKHAND 10
401 24-Sep-15 08-Oct-15 NIM Uttarkashi 50
402 28-Sep-15 30-Sep-15 MDI Gurgaon 2
403 28-Sep-15 01-Oct-15 IIM Calcuttra 1
404 28-Sep-15 17-Oct-15 FSTI/NISA HYD 24
405 05-Oct-15 07-Oct-15 08 Bn NDRF 36
406 05-Oct-15 26-Oct-15 NDRF Academy 24
407 05-Oct-15 28-Oct-15 CTC-II Coimbatore 24
408 05-Oct-15 09-Oct-15 NCDC Nagpur 10
409 17-Oct-15 19-Oct-15 Lucknow (UP) 36
410 26-Oct-15 29-Oct-15 DRDO/INMAS 6
411 26-Oct-15 14-Nov-15 NITSRDR, BTC 24
412 26-Oct-15 05-Dec-15 SEI Kolkata 10
413 26-Oct-15 05-Dec-15 SEI Kolkata 10
414 26-Oct-15 31-Oct-15 Palampur, HP 30
415 26-Oct-15 14-Nov-15 FSTI/NISA HYD 24
416 27-Oct-15 30-Oct-15 BARC, Mumbai 3
417 28-Oct-15 11-Nov-15 NIM Uttarkashi 50
418 28-Oct-15 24-Nov-15 LSSI Kolkata 50
419 02-Nov-15 07-Nov-15 CTC-II Coimbatore 27
420 09-Nov-15 18-Dec-15 NCDC Nagpur 3
421 16-Nov-15 18-Nov-15 Sarojni nagar, Delhi 30
422 16-Nov-15 31-Dec-15 BIDR Tekanpur 30
423 16-Nov-15 21-Nov-15 CTC-II Coimbatore 27
424 18-Nov-15 02-Dec-15 NIM Uttarkashi 50
425 23-Nov-15 28-Nov-15 FSTI/NISA HYD 24
426 30-Nov-15 05-Dec-15 FSTI/NISA HYD 24
427 04-Dec-15 18-Dec-15 08 Bn NDRF 10
428 07-Dec-15 11-Dec-15 INMAS. Brig. S K Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 60
429 07-Dec-15 16-Jan-16 SEI Kolkata 10
430 07-Dec-15 16-Jan-16 SEI Kolkata 10
431 10-Dec-15 12-Dec-15 08 Bn NDRF 36
432 10-Dec-15 24-Dec-15 NIM Uttarkashi 50
433 15-Dec-15 17-Dec-15 All Bns NDRF 30
434 04-Jan-16 23-Feb-16 NDRF Accedemy 40
435 04-Jan-16 23-Jan-16 BIDR Tekanpur 24
436 04-Jan-16 12-Jan-16 BARC Mumbai 33
437 18-Jan-16 27-Feb-16 SEI Kolkata 10
438 18-Jan-16 27-Feb-16 SEI Kolkata 10
439 03-Feb-16 09-Feb-16 Nunwan Phahalgam 50
440 08-Feb-16 20-Feb-16 2nd Bn NDRF 36
441 11-Feb-16 17-Feb-16 Nunwan Phahalgam 50
442 15-Feb-16 20-Feb-16 Nanaji Deshmukh Veterinary Science University, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh 36
443 19-Feb-16 25-Feb-16 Nunwan Phahalgam 50
444 25-Feb-16 05-Mar-16 02 Bn Kolkata 17
445 27-Feb-16 04-Mar-16 Nunwan Phahalgam 50
446 27-Feb-16 16-Mar-16 LSSI Kolkata 50
447 29-Feb-16 18-Mar-16 NEPA 2
448 01-Mar-16 10-Mar-16 NSG, manasesar, Gurgaon 20
449 02-Mar-16 04-Mar-16 Hyderabad, AP 23
450 11-Mar-16 16-Mar-16 Bihar Veterinary College, Patna, Bihar 36
451 04-Apr-16 25-Apr-16 CI & JW School, Gwaldam, Chamoli,Uttarakhand 6
452 20-Apr-16 28-Apr-16 03 bn NDRF
453 25-Apr-16 30-Apr-16 Anand, Gujarat 36
454 26-Apr-16 28-Apr-16 nrsc, hydrabad 25
455 27-Apr-16 29-Apr-16 08 Bn NDRF 24
456 02-May-16 07-May-16 nifm, fridabad
457 03-May-16 04-May-16 08 bn ndrf 12
458 04-May-16 07-May-16 Anushaktinagar, Mumbai 4
459 09-May-16 14-May-16 Madras veterinary 36
460 college, Chennai
461 09-May-16 04-Jun-16 NDRF Academy 36
462 10-May-16 12-May-16 GIDM, 4
463 Gandhinagar.
464 16-May-16 28-May-16 05 Bn NDRF 25
465 16-May-16 27-May-16 North esapce application centre, megaylaya 29
466 23-May-16 04-Jun-16 3 BN NDRF 24
467 23-May-16 04-Jun-16 Veterinary college, Assam 24
468 24-May-16 26-May-16 NRSC, Hyderabad 25
Total 12515
Search and Rescue Training

Training being one of the most important attributes for an efficient force, the Government of India has recognised the recommendations of the NDMA for setting up an apex National Institute of Excellence for Search and Rescue at a central place like Nagpur to provide training of trainers and to meet other national and international commitments. Also a network of 10 outreach centres at the respective NDRF Bns locations are proposed to be set up.

Community-based disaster preparedness[edit]

Demonstration of rope rescue techniques to villagers
Making an improvised banana raft
Demonstration of life-saving techniques to school children
Training the teachers of Pune University
Capacity-building programme of NDRF
Capacity-building of school children

Awareness and preparedness campaigns are key components of proactive approach on disaster management. In case of any disaster, the local population is the actual first responder. It may take some time for the district or state administration to mobilise rescue teams, including police and fire personnel. If the local people is properly sensitised about the precautions and preventive actions to be taken in case of any calamity, the loss of life and damage to property can be drastically reduced. Thus, one of the most important tasks of NDRF is to continuously engage themselves in the community capacity building and public awareness programmes, which includes training of people (the first-responders) and concerned government officials at different levels in the areas with high vulnerability. Along with community capacity building and public awareness exercises, NDRF is also actively engaged in area familiarisation exercises. Such exercises provide first-hand knowledge about the topography, access route to various disaster-prone areas, and the availability of local infrastructure/logistics which can be used in disaster response operations.

Year-wise number of community volunteers trained by NDRF

Year No. of volunteers
2007–08 55,361
2008–09 2,24896
2009–10 1,77103
2010-11 2,77,008
2011-12 6,11,619
2012-13 13,37,570
2013-14 4,42,416
2014-15 3,78,977
2015-16 4,39,987
Total 39,99,395

A pilot project on community capacity building and public awareness campaigns on floods, earthquakes and other natural disasters was organised by NDRF teams during June–July 2007 in 14 high vulnerable districts (Araria, Saharsa, Kishanganj, Madhepura, Supaul, Khagaria, Begusarai, Darbhanga, Madhubani, Munger, Patna, Muzaffarpur, Sitamarhi and Samastipur) of Bihar. In this project, 2,200 volunteers and State Disaster Management Authority (SDMA) officials were trained by the NDRF. This capacity building programme was continued next year also.

State-wise numbers of community volunteers trained by NDRF

S.No State No. of beneficiaries
1 Andhra Pradesh 111063
2 Arunachal Pradesh 31124
3 Assam 256654
4 Andaman Nicobar 6842
5 Bihar 563086
6 Chhattisgarh 10746
7 Chandigarh 39915
8 Delhi 2260
9 Daman & Due 4383
10 Gujarat 300870
11 Goa 6469
12 Himachal Pradesh 172223
13 Haryana 90235
14 Jharkhand 45101
15 J&K 71482
16 Lakshdeep 1577
17 Kerala 102934
18 Karnatka 137943
19 Maharashtra 351022
20 Meghalya 37463
21 Madhya Pradesh 165447
22 Manipur 1608
23 Mizoram 36598
24 Nagaland 34396
25 Odisha 84970
26 Punjab 259794
27 Pudducheri 17916
28 Rajsthan 262658
29 Sikkim 33124
30 Dadar Nagar Haweli 23908
31 Tamil Nadu 119887
32 Tripura 93750
33 Telangana 11343
34 Uttrakhand 78571
35 Uttar Pradesh 202629
36 Westbangal 139404
Total 3999395

In 2008, NDRF embarked in a big way on community capacity building and public awareness programmes in Bihar, which included training of vulnerable people and officials in various districts. NDRF carried out three-day flood preparedness training programmes for a month in 15 vulnerable districts (Bhagalpur, East Champaran, Vaishali, Munger, Muzaffarpur, Saharsa, Madhepura, Khagaria, Begusarai, Darbhanga, Madhubani, Patna, Sitamarhi, Samastipur and Sheohar) of Bihar before monsoon season at district/Block levels. More than 15,000 village volunteers, local people, students, State Police, and also Central and State Government personnel participated in the programme.

NDRF also conducts regular mock exercises on various disasters like cyclone, flood, earthquake, NBC emergencies, mass causality management etc. Participation in such exercises on the one hand improve the professionalism of NDRF personnel to tackle the real emergency situations and on the other provides an opportunity to interact with various State Government officials and to develop cordial relations with them that can be of great help during response to actual disasters.

As of 31 March 2010, NDRF had trained more than 6.5 lacs community volunteers throughout the country.

Workshops and exhibitions[edit]

NDRF Training at IIT patna
NDRF exhibition at IIT Mumbai
NDRF exhibition on disaster awareness at Arunachal Pradesh
Exhibition on disaster awareness at Tripura
Disaster awareness exhibition at Odisha
Workshop on disaster risk reduction in Mizoram

NDRF Bn Pune put up an exhibition of International standard at TechFest 2010 (the annual International Science and Technology Festival of IIT Mumbai) and organised demonstrations on Heli-Rescue, Collapsed Structure Search & Rescue, High-Rise Building Rescue and Dog Show between 22–24 Jan 2010 aimed at generate awareness among the visitors. TechFest 2010 was inaugurated by Gen N C Vij, Hon’ble Vice-Chairman, NDMA. This three-day event witnessed more than 70,000 visitors, 15,000 participants, nearly 2,000 colleges and approximately 5,000 members of Industry and academia. The exhibition and demonstrations of NDRF were highly appreciated by the visitors.

Some of the important exhibitions organised by NDRF are as below:

2007

  • UNOCHA, Annual USAR Team Leaders Meeting – 13–15 March 2007
  • 2nd Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction – Nov 2007

2008

  • Workshop on ‘Disaster Risk Management’ at Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh – 17–18 April 2008
  • Workshop on ‘Disaster Preparedness’ at Shillong, Meghalaya – 10–11 June 2008
  • Workshop on ‘Disaster Risk Reduction’ at Agartala, Tripura – 12–13 Dec 2008
  • Exhibition on Disaster Management, Army Training Command at Bhubaneswar, Odisha – 13–14 Dec 2008

2009

  • A workshop cum exhibition on Disaster Management, University of Pune, Maharashtra – 12–13 Jan 2009
  • Workshop on ‘Disaster Risk Reduction’ at Aizawl, Mizoram – 11–12 June 2009

2010

  • TechFest 2010 (The annual International Science and Technology Festival of IIT Mumbai) – 22–24 Jan 2010
  • Technika 2010, the annual technical festival of Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra − 26 March 2010
  • Exhibition on Disaster Awareness, Bihar Divas at Gandhi Maidan, Patna – 22–24 March 2010
  • Participation in TATPAR 2010 (Mega-Exhibition on disaster management organised by Disaster Management Department of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai) at Shivaji Park, Mumbai – 26–27 Feb 2010

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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