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The Associate director(CL) and Faculties Coordinate ... and their contribution.

  • Dr.V.Thirumurugan

    Associate Director(CL),Department of Campus Administration,SRMIST

    Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell Nodal Officer,UBA-SRMIST.

  • Dr.P.Vijayakumar

    Assoc Prof/ECE, Cordinator Anjur Village and Project Lead

    Dept Of ECE Project @ Anjur village End-To-End Integrated Rationing System for Distribution of Provisions

  • Dr.T.Deepa

    Assoc. prof /ECE, UBA-Coordinator- Orathur Village and Project lead

    Dept of ECE Project @ Orathur village Reverse osmosis plant for rural water treatment.

  • Dr. B. Samuel Jacob

    AP/Biotech Coordinator Nattarasanpattu village and Project lead

    Dept of Biotechnology Project @ Orathur village Versatile Anaerobic reactor for Households to Yield Biogas by Utilizing waste (KISAN VAHYU)

  • Dr.K.S.Vignesh

    Kollathur Village, Coordinator

    UBA-SRMISTAsst.Prof School of Public Health,SRMIST


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  • Three Days Online Training Program on Incident response system: Basic and Intermediate

    Three Days Online Training Program on Incident response system: Basic and Intermediate


    Three Days Online Training Program
    Incident response system: Basic and Intermediate

    Jointly Organized by


    National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM)
    (Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India)
    NDCC Building-II, 4th Floor,
    Jai Singh Road, New Delhi – 110 001


    Unnat Bharat Abhiyan (UBA)
    SRM Institute of Science and Technology
    Kattankulathur, Chengalpattu, Tamil Nadu


    Welcome Address

    Dr. Deepa, T, Associate professor, Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering, SRMIST

    About the programme

    Shri Shekher Chaturvedi, Assistant Professor, NIDM 

    Special Address

    Dr. Thirumurugan, Associate Director (CL) and Nodal Officer (UBA)

    Keynote Address

    Major General. Manoj Kumar Bindal, Executive Director, NIDM

    Resource persons

    Dr. K.S. Vignesh, Assistant Professor, SPH, SRMIST
    Shri Shekher Chaturvedi, Assistant Professor, NIDM
    Shri Balaji, USFS
    Dr. Yuvaraj, Lead Consultant DRR Taru Leading Edge, New Delhi


    Dr. K.S. Vignesh, Assistant Professor, SPH, SRMIST


    Shri Arun Verma, Young Professional, NIDM


    Participant Details




    19th May, 2021

    400 and above Participants (List Attached)

    20th May, 2021

    21th May, 2021


                            The Incident Response System (IRS) is an effective mechanism for reducing ad-hoc measures in response. It envisages a composite team with various sections to attend to all the possible response requirements. The IRS designates officers to perform various duties and get them trained in their respective roles. It also emphasizes the need for proper documentation of various activities for better planning, accountability and analysis. This will greatly help in reducing chaos and confusion during the response phase. Everyone will know what needs to be done, who will do it and who is in command.


          ·         Standardization- common Terminology
    ·         Information and intelligence Management
    ·         Management by Objectives (MBO)
    ·         Function Based Organization
    ·         Comprehensive Resources Management/ Manageable span of control
    ·         Delegation of Authority and Chain of Command
    ·         Unity of Command
    ·         Transfer of Command
    ·         Unified Command/ Area Command
    ·         Incident Facilities
    ·         Integrated Communication
    ·         Accountability
    ·         Incident Action Plan- op period, objective, tactical plan, support plans


         ·      The planner of an event should take into account of some factors like Type of       event, location            size, expected duration, history and potential in order to project     incident objective, Number of            organizations involved, jurisdictions etc.,

    •  Benefits of a process are to enhance safety, Reflects the direction of the responsible officer (RO), clarifies role, builds stronger teams etc.,
        ·        Strategies is to establish the general plan or direction for accomplishing the  incident                                objectives.
        ·       Tactics is to specify what must be accomplished within the selected strategy or strategies in order            to achieve the incident objective.
        ·       Objective is to state what will be accomplished (What you want it to look like)


          ·         Situation and resources briefing
    ·         Incident objective and policy issues
    ·         Specify reporting locations and additional facilities needed
    ·         Develop the resources request
    ·        Consider support requirement needed for communications, traffic, safety,             medical, etc.
    ·         Finalize, approve and Implement the IAP


    ·         Supervisors conduct briefing with tactical resources in order to implement operational                  assignments
          ·         Operations Section Chief assesses the IAP implementation, incident objectives, strategies               and tactics prior to the next operational period.




    EOC support allows incident managers to focus on the needs of incident

     EOC support incident response by:

          ·         Establishing or resolving conflicting policies
    ·         Providing communications/ messaging support
    ·         Prioritizing and providing resources
    ·         Managing public information issues and media requests
    ·         Authorizing emergency expenditures, when needed
    ·         Providing the “big picture” through GIS, analysis, strategic planning



         ·         INCOIS detected an earthquake of magnitude>9M in Sumatra, assessed threat for India and                    issued  a Tsunami watch bulletin

    •  Alerts from INCOIS.
    • Automated Web-GIS System alerts officers of IRS, District Collectors, first responders and users.
    • Emergency alerts will sound even if mobile is in silent mode and stops only if the user views that alert
    • Response based on Standard Operating Procedure until NO THREAT is issued from INCOIS


    ·     Cyclone warning released by IMD
    ·     System generates predefined area of cyclone wall (potential risk area) based on cyclone level
    ·    Cyclone module calculate the number of villages and population at risk
    ·    The risk will be communicate to the respective operational users and end users
    ·    Preparedness and Response activities, resources will be displayed and communicated 



          ·         To understand about disaster management cycle and vulnerability of Tamil nadu
    ·         To provide understanding about IRS
    ·         To provide knowledge about planning and operationalization of IRS
    ·         To highlight the importance of Web-GIS based DSS in covid 19 pandemi


    The training programme on Incident response system: Barrier and intermediate was jointly conducted by the NIDM and UBA SRMIST from 19th May 2021 to 21st May 2021. The training programme was held Zoom platform using briefings, presentation, panel discussion, case studies along with question and answer, sessions. The E-Training was guided by Major General Manoj K Bindal, Executive director, National Institute of Disaster Management and                   Dr. V. Thirmurugan Associate director (CL) and Nodal officer (UBA)  

                On the first day of training, the programme commenced with a welcome address by Dr. Deepa T Associate Professor, Department of ECE at SRM. The special address was delivered by Dr.V. Thirumurugan Associate Director (CL) and Nodal Officer (UBA) followed by the keynote address Maj.Gen. Manoj Kumar Bindal Executive director, NIDM. The first session was rendered by Dr. K.S Vignesh, Assistant Professor, SPH, SRMIST. Disaster management cycle and vulnerability of Tamil Nadu.The session ended with discussion of case studies. The next session was delivered by Shri Shekar Chaturvedi Assistant Professor., NIDM. IRS: Principles and Features. The session ended with a question-and-answer session with the panelist.


    On day two of the training, Shri Balaji, USFS.Planning on IRS System. The next session was delivered by Shri Shekher Chaturvedi Assistant professor. NIDM.IRS: Operationalization. Followed by Q and A session. The session ended with discussion.  On the third day of training Shri Balaji, USFS. Emergency operations center: Role as decision support system. The next session was delivered by Dr. Yuvraj, Lead Consultant DRR Taru Leading Edge, New Delhi.WebGIS Based Decision Support System in disaster management. Followed by Q and A session. Valedictory address delivered by Dr. K S Vignesh. The 3 days training Programme concluded with a Vote of Thanks by Shri Arun Verma, YP.


          ·         Prepare with triage exercise
    ·         Identify the size and scope of the incident
    ·         Contain and isolate compromised devices
    ·         Eradicate threats
    ·         Recover and restore normal services
    ·         Learn lessons from incident and improve future responses 




    For enquiries you can contact us in several different ways. Contact details are below.

    Unnat Bharat Abhiyan SRMIST

    • Street :SRM Nagar, Kattankulathur - 603 203
    • Person :SRM OFFICE
    • Phone :+91-44-2745 5510
    • District :Chengalpattu
    • State :Tamil Nadu
    • Country :India
    • Email :ubasrmist@gmail.com

    SRM Institute of Science and Technology, is a deemed university located in Kattankulathur, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India, near Chennai.

    It was founded in 1985 as SRM Engineering College in Kattankulathur