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  • Type

    Master

  • Methodology

    Online

  • Duration

    2 Years

  • Start date

    Different dates available

  • Online campus

    Yes

If possible, emergency planning should aim to prevent emergencies from occurring, and failing that, should develop a good action plan to mitigate the results and effects of any emergencies. As time goes on, and more data becomes available, usually through the study of emergencies as they occur, a plan should evolve. The development of emergency plans is a cyclical process, common to many risk management disciplines, such as Business Continuity and Security Risk Management, as set out below:

Recognition or identification of risks
Ranking or evaluation of risks
Responding to significant risks
Tolerate
Treat
Transfer
Terminate
Resourcing controls and planning
Reaction Planning
Reporting & monitoring risk performance
Reviewing the Risk Management framework
There are a number of guidelines and publications rega

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Subjects

  • Management
  • MBA
  • IT Risk Management
  • Risk
  • Risk and Management
  • IT Management
  • MBA IT
  • Planning
  • Disaster Management
  • DISASTER
  • MANAGEMEN
  • Management Control

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SNEHA  SHARMA

SNEHA SHARMA

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Course programme

DMW 101 Introduction and Dimensions of Natural and Anthropogenic Disasters 3 40 DMW 102 Management and Organisational Behaviour 3 40 DMW 103 Geoinformatics in Disaster Management 3 40 DMW 104 Operation Management 2 30 DMW 105 Communication Systems 3 40 PRACTICALS DMW(P) 103 Geoinformatics in Disaster Management 1 30 DMW(P) 105 Communication Systems 1 30 Total : 16 * Non-university Exam. System. w.e.f. August, 2005 2 GURU GOBIND SINGH INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY M.B.A. (Disaster Management) Weekend Programme Second Trimester Code No. Paper Credits Contact Hours/ Trimester CORE DMW 106 Disaster Preparedness and Decision Making 3 40 DMW 107 Natural and Manmade Disaster Studies 3 40 DMW 108 Informatics for Disaster Management 3 40 DMW 109 Disaster Management Policy 3 40 PRACTICALS DMW(P) 107 Natural and Manmade Disaster Studies 1 30 DMW(P) 108 Informatics for Disaster Management 1 30 LIBRARY DMW 110 Term Paper* – I 2 — Total : 16 * Non-university Exam. System. w.e.f. August, 2005 3 GURU GOBIND SINGH INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY M.B.A. (Disaster Management) Weekend Programme Third Trimester Code No. Paper Credits Contact Hours/ Trimester CORE DMW 111 Quantitative Techniques for Disaster Management 3 27 DMW 113 Research Methods in Disaster Management 3 40 DMW 114 Preventive Laws in Disaster Management 3 27 DMW 115 Banking, Finance and Insurance in Disaster Management 3 27 PRACTICALS DMW(P) 113 Research Methods in Disaster Management

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MBA DISASTER MANAGEMENT

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