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Disaster Management Act, 2005


Chapter VII: National Institute of Disaster Management

42. National Institute of Disaster Management.-

1.     With effect from such date as the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette appoint in this behalf, there shall be constituted an institute to be called the National Institute of Disaster Management.

2.     The National Institute of Disaster Management shall consist of such number of members as may be prescribed by the Central Government.

3.     The term of office of, and vacancies among, members of the National Institute of Disaster Management and manner of filling such vacancies shall be such as may be prescribed.

4.     There shall be a governing body of the National Institute of Disaster Management which shall be constituted by the Central Government from amongst the members of the National Institute of Disaster Management in such manner as may be prescribed.

5.     The governing body of the National Institute of Disaster Management shall exercise such powers and discharge such functions as may be prescribed by regulations.

6.     The procedure to be followed in excercise of its powers and discharge of its functions by the governing body, and the term of office of, and the manner of filling vacancies among the members of the governing body, shall be such as may be prescribed by regulations.

7.     Until the regulations are made under this section, the Central Government may make such regulations; and any regulation so made may be altered or rescinded by the National Institute of Disaster Management in exercise of its powers.

8.     Subject to the provisions of this Act, the National Institute of Disaster Management shall function within the broad policies and guidelines laid down by the National Authority and be responsible for planning and promoting training and research in the area of disaster management, documentation and development of national level information base relating to disaster management policies, prevention mechanisms and mitigation measures.

9.     Without prejudice to the generality of the provisions contained in sub-section (8), the National Institute, for the discharge of its functions, may -

a.     develop training modules, undertake research and documentation in disaster management and organise training programmes;

b.    formulate and implement a comprehensive human resource development plan covering all aspects of disaster management;

c.     provide assistance in national level policy formulation;

d.    provide required assistance to the training and research institutes for development of training and research programmes for stakeholders including Government functionaries and undertake training of faculty members of the State level training institutes;

e.     provide assistance to the State Governments and State training institutes in the formulation of State level policies, strategies, disaster management framework and any other assistance as may be required by the State Governments or State training institutes for capacity-building of stakeholders, Government including its functionaries, civil society members, corporate sector and people's elected representatives;

f.     develop educational materials for disaster management including academic and professional courses;

g.    promote awareness among stakeholders including college or school teachers and students, technical personnel and others associated with multi-hazard mitigation, preparedness and response measures;

h.     undertake, organise and facilitate study courses, conferences, lectures, seminars within and outside the country to promote the aforesaid objects;

i.      undertake and provide for publication of journals, research papers and books and establish and maintain libraries in furtherance of the aforesaid objects;

j.      do all such other lawful things as are conducive or incidental to the attainment of the above objects; and

k.     undertake any other function as may be assigned to it by the Central Government.



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