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What is the best source to study Disaster management topic?

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  • newkid said:

    What is the best source to study Disaster management topic?

    Arc report
  • edited September 2018
    Dead Man said:

    newkid said:

    What is the best source to study Disaster management topic?

    Arc report
    I found one vision ias pdf on disaster from telegram, will it be sufficient? Or 2 arc should be studied?
  • newkid said:

    Dead Man said:

    newkid said:

    What is the best source to study Disaster management topic?

    Arc report
    I found one vision ias pdf on disaster from telegram, will it be sufficient? Or 2 arc should be studied?
    Vision 2018 material more than enough

  • Yaha bhi post kardo woh file.
  • Yaha bhi post kardo woh file.

    I am asking about this attached pdf.
    pdf
    pdf
    DISASTER AND THEIR MANAGEMENT PAPER 3 @pdf4exams.pdf
    6M
  • Glory7 said:

    newkid said:

    Dead Man said:

    newkid said:

    What is the best source to study Disaster management topic?

    Arc report
    I found one vision ias pdf on disaster from telegram, will it be sufficient? Or 2 arc should be studied?
    Vision 2018 material more than enough

    Thanks
  • Vision material is a load of crap TBH.

    Check these two files. More than enough material to attempt a 10/15 marker.

    Complete NCERT first, then read only important stuff from 2nd ARC.
    pdf
    pdf
    DISASTER MANAGEMENT NCERT.pdf
    5M
    pdf
    pdf
    DISASTER MANAGEMENT 2ND ARC.pdf
    1M
    I’ll put one in that chamber, lay you in the face of God.
  • Baphomet said:

    Vision material is a load of crap TBH.

    Check these two files. More than enough material to attempt a 10/15 marker.

    Complete NCERT first, then read only important stuff from 2nd ARC.

    Is there any good summary of 2nd arc?
  • newkid said:

    Baphomet said:

    Vision material is a load of crap TBH.

    Check these two files. More than enough material to attempt a 10/15 marker.

    Complete NCERT first, then read only important stuff from 2nd ARC.

    Is there any good summary of 2nd arc?
    My advice: Do not look for summaries of ARC reports.

    Summaries overlook the most important parts of the report.

    Eg. the Disaster Risk Reduction schematic given in page 9, or the 3 tier Hierarchy flowchart given in page 30.
    I’ll put one in that chamber, lay you in the face of God.
  • Baphomet said:

    newkid said:

    Baphomet said:

    Vision material is a load of crap TBH.

    Check these two files. More than enough material to attempt a 10/15 marker.

    Complete NCERT first, then read only important stuff from 2nd ARC.

    Is there any good summary of 2nd arc?
    My advice: Do not look for summaries of ARC reports.

    Summaries overlook the most important parts of the report.

    Eg. the Disaster Risk Reduction schematic given in page 9, or the 3 tier Hierarchy flowchart given in page 30.
    Can you please tell me, which reports are must read? Since some of the reports are very very big ones. That is why I was asking for summaries.
  • newkid said:

    Baphomet said:

    newkid said:

    Baphomet said:

    Vision material is a load of crap TBH.

    Check these two files. More than enough material to attempt a 10/15 marker.

    Complete NCERT first, then read only important stuff from 2nd ARC.

    Is there any good summary of 2nd arc?
    My advice: Do not look for summaries of ARC reports.

    Summaries overlook the most important parts of the report.

    Eg. the Disaster Risk Reduction schematic given in page 9, or the 3 tier Hierarchy flowchart given in page 30.
    Can you please tell me, which reports are must read? Since some of the reports are very very big ones. That is why I was asking for summaries.
    Bro, other than report 4 (Ethics in Governance) of 2nd ARC, you don't have to read any other report cover to cover.

    Just read the text given in boxes (includes recommendations as well), note down important diagrams and you're good to go.

    Check this video:
    I’ll put one in that chamber, lay you in the face of God.
  • Baphomet said:

    newkid said:

    Baphomet said:

    newkid said:

    Baphomet said:

    Vision material is a load of crap TBH.

    Check these two files. More than enough material to attempt a 10/15 marker.

    Complete NCERT first, then read only important stuff from 2nd ARC.

    Is there any good summary of 2nd arc?
    My advice: Do not look for summaries of ARC reports.

    Summaries overlook the most important parts of the report.

    Eg. the Disaster Risk Reduction schematic given in page 9, or the 3 tier Hierarchy flowchart given in page 30.
    Can you please tell me, which reports are must read? Since some of the reports are very very big ones. That is why I was asking for summaries.
    Bro, other than report 4 (Ethics in Governance) of 2nd ARC, you don't have to read any other report cover to cover.

    Just read the text given in boxes (includes recommendations as well), note down important diagrams and you're good to go.

    Check this video:
    Thank you sir.
  • I have a booklet on DM by forumIAS. you can refer to it. crisp and marks oriented
  • edited September 2018
    drt said:

    I have a booklet on DM by forumIAS. you can refer to it. crisp and marks oriented

    Can you please post the file?
  • How about ARC report by GS score ?!!
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