MA Disaster Management

Course information

  • Category: Post Graduation
  • Eligibility: Eligibility 1. A pass in the graduate degree examination under the 10+2+3 or 11+1+3. 2. Candidates having a direct U.G., Degree (without +2 qualification) and candidates having a direct P.G. Degree (without U.G. Degree) are not eligible.
  • Goal:

    By studying emergency and disaster management, students will be able to analyse factors and strategies that play a crucial role in states of emergency and disasters. The emergency and disaster management discipline will also equip students with critical thinking and analytical skills necessary to lead in complex and dangerous situations. Students participate in different disaster simulations and learn to identify the different responsibilities of individuals and agencies during an emergency.
  • Scope:

    Career prospects for graduates cover a broad range of emergency service occupations in areas like: government, non-profit organisations, emergency management agencies, public health and safety, law enforcement, immigrations, transportation security, customs and border protection.

MA Disaster Management



Emergency and disaster management degrees study all types of risks that would occur in a community, and focuses on the implementation of practical methods to reduce the effects of natural or man-made crisis situations. Emergency and disaster management courses train professionals who can appropriately prepare populations for a disaster before it occurs. Study programmes offer information related to disaster response methods and effective ways of repairing any resulting damage. Disaster prevention activities focus on reducing vulnerability and strengthening communities nationwide by identifying various security needs.

I YEAR

Subject Code Subject Marks Total Credit
510 Natural Resource Management 100 50
520 Environmental Economic Analysis 100 50
530 Economic of Pollution 100 50
540 Energy Management 100 50
550 Research Methodology and Statistical Methods 100 50
610 Economics of Disaster Management 100 50

II YEAR

Subject Code Subject Marks Total Credit
610 Economics of Disaster Management 100 50
620 Mitigation and Coping Strategies 100 50
630 Financial Issues in Disaster Management 100 50
640 Rehabilitation Management of Disaster 100 50
650 Project Work 100 50