CASE STUDY ON BHUJ EARTHQUAKE PPT

Feedback Privacy Policy Feedback. Published by Lambert Alexander Modified over 3 years ago. Policy response comprises of activating administrative machinery for assisting relief measures and monitoring progress. The related folding has formed a series of ranges, particularly in central Kutch. The housing policy focused on the removal of rubble, setting up temporary shelters, full reconstruction of damaged houses, and the retrofitting of undamaged units. Likely to have been Rs. Seismological Society of America.

Journal of the American Planning Association. Over a million structures were damaged, as a result local resources were used on a very high scale in order to repair and rebuild the region. Feedback Privacy Policy Feedback. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Assistance was provided under various centrally sponsored schemes for reconstruction of social and physical infrastructure. Transportation facilities were extended for relief material abroad With free handling facilities to charter flights bringing in relief materials. More than persons were rescued alive in the first 5 days.

Providing technical and technological inputs for drinking water. Restore and maintain uninterrupted communication. Airports closed City in gridlock as traffic lights were out Cars were used to transport injured due to run out of ambulances.

case study on bhuj earthquake ppt

Archived from the original on 20 November Tertiary effects Affected Total rehabilitation expenses were figured at Rs crore.

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case study on bhuj earthquake ppt

Nearly 5 lakh people were expected to become unemployed. Abstract Earthquakes are hazardous to people and the economy. Published by Lambert Alexander Modified over 3 years ago. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The dead included 7, children years and 9, women. The Gujarat earthquake was caused by movement on a previously unknown south-dipping fault, trending parallel to the inferred rift structures.

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case study on bhuj earthquake ppt

The biggest setback was the total demolition of the Bhuj Civil hospital. The intraplate earthquake reached 7.

Presented by – Abhishek R. Dangi M.Tech (DAM) MNIT, Jaipur

Gujaratis and residents of different states set up community kitchens. Four months after the earthquake the Gujarat government announced the Gujarat Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Policy. Registration Forgot your password?

The earthquake killed between 13, and 20, people including 18 in southeastern Pakistaninjured anotherand destroyed nearlyhomes. The annual loss of state domestic product was estimated at around Rs 20 billion assuming an ICOR of 4 for the first 12 months. Immensity of disaster 2. Professional taxes were expected to be lower by Rs 5 crore in the current year.

Indian doctors worked as a team with foreign health teams. The related folding has formed a series of ranges, particularly in central Kutch. To make this website work, we log user data and share it with processors.

He could predict a pattern in the inflow of patients in disasters who start trickling in after the first 24 hrs and the flow becoming a deluge after 48 hrs and tapering off after nearly 7 days. The death toll in the Kutch region was 12, Need for capacity building and training due to insufficient experience. It is also worthwhile considering amendments to law that would make local urban bodies responsible for and the custodians of updated maps and land records.

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A systematic effort has to be mounted to create accurate base maps for all Indian cities without waiting for disasters to strike each one of them.

Gujarat earthquake – Wikipedia

Kachchh Mainland Fault Type: Set up by each state for financing natural calamity relief assistance earthquake, cyclone, flood etc. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Rehabilitation through military aid to civil authorities Coordinating activities of state and voluntary agencies Preparing contingency plans for crops, cattle preservation, nutrition and health measures.