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Introduction (in Telugu)
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Introduction to disaster management

Raghunadhabhatla Vijay is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Raghunadhabhatla Vijay
Education is never just a career for me,it is service to my nation Ruthless UPSC aspirant | General Studies Faculty | Graduate From GITAM

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Hello sir. Mera naam Ritu Meena hai.... Or maii iss saal k RPSC exam me appear hona chahti hu.... Kya aap ek video bana sakte hai ki kya kya kitaabe padhni hongi is exam k lie.... Bhut madad ho jaygi sir.... Mai English Medium se hu... धन्यवाद! :)
Prahlad Saran
2 years ago
Ritu Meena
2 years ago
Thank you sir :)
plz finish the course sir
very detailed explanation
please finish the course
Pls provide english material
ple mack some more videos sir
  1. Disaster Management vijay Raghunadhabhatla


  3. Definition Disaster Any occurrence that causes damage, ecological disruption, loss of human life, deterioration of health and health services on a scale, sufficient to warrant an extraordinary response from outside the affected community or area.(WHO) A disaster can be defined as an occurrence either nature or man made that causes human suffering and creates human needs that victim cannot alleviate without assistance. (American Red Cross)

  4. What is a Hazard? Hazard is danger event, natural or human induced that could cause injury, loss of life damage to property, livelihood or environment. A hazard should be natural like earthquake, tsunami, volcanic eruption etc. Some of the hazards like floods landslides, droughts are socio -natural hazards since their cause are both natural and human induced. For example flooding in an area can take place because of excessive rain which is natural phenomenon or because of lack of proper drainage facility which is because of human negligence. Some of the hazards are human induced. Example of some human induced hazards are industrial accidents, rails, road and air accident, terrorist attack, dam failures, leakage of toxic waste, war and civil strife etc. A community may prone to multiple hazards for example; Gujarat is a prone of earthquake, but it is also frequently affected by floods and cyclone.

  5. HAZARD Anything that can cause harm (eg. a chemical, electricity, ladders, etc) RISK How great the chance that someone will be harmed by the hazard