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CHAPTER 1

GURGAON DISTRICT PROFILE


1. Introduction
The primary requirement for making disaster management plan is the reliable and upto date information about topography and socio- economic and climatic conditions of this region. This will help in identifying the areas vulnerable to environmental and manmade hazards. This chapter deals with the information on geographical aspects of Gurgaon district, its area, population distribution, climatic condition, physiographic divisions as well as geology of the district. History of problem prone activities in Gurgaon has also been mentioned to depict the picture, as to how, the district is prone to different kinds of hazards like earthquakes, flood, serial bomb blasts, industrial disasters, fire etc. Information on Socio-economic programmes e.g. literacy rate, education facility and public welfare schemes of the district are also mentioned here to show the central stage that Gurgaon has already occupied in the state called Haryana one of the most vibrant states of India.

1.1 The Need for district disaster management plan:


Gurgaon is the sixth largest city of Haryana State. For the last two decades, it has been on the faster pace of the development. And emerged as the industrial and financial hub of Haryana. Hazard Risk in Gurgaon are further compounded by increasing vulnerabilities related to the high population growth, rapid-urbanization, increasing Industrialization, rapid development within high risk seismic zone (Zone IV), environmental degradation, climate change etc. In the past, efforts had been made to solve these problems, but due to lack of proper emergency management strategy, no tangible results could be achieved. In the given circumstances, the need to have Gurgaon Disaster Management Plan (GDMP) for district is the utmost need of the hour.

1.2 Historical background :


The district has been in existence since the times of Mahabharata and was named as Guru-gram, which in course of time distorted to Gurgaon. The district is surrounded by Delhi and Rajasthan State. -1Prior to 1803 AD it remained in a

turbulent state as most of it came under the British rule through the treaty of Surji Arjungaon with Sindhiya. Later on in 1861 the district was rearranged into five tehsils Gurgaon, F.P. Jhirka, Nuh, Palwal and Rewari. Since the beginning of the twentieth century various changes have occurred in the territorial composition of the district. In 1911-192, a part of Ballabhgarh tehsil was transferred to Gurgaon district. Under the province and state order 1950, 9 villages of the district including Shahjahanpur were transferred to Rajasthan, where as the district gained with merger of Pataudi State and a transfer of its two villages from Rajasthan and 78 villages from PEPSU. On 15 August, 1979, Gurgaon district was bifurcated to form a new district Faridabad in which tehsils of Ballabhgarh and Palwal, of Gurgaon District were merged.

1.3 Location and Boundaries :


Gurgaon District falls in the Southern most region of the state of Haryana. Its headquarter is at Gurgaon. To its advantage of being situated in vicinity of Delhi, Gurgaon falls under National Capital Region. It lies in between the 27 39 and 28 32 25 latitude, and 76 39 30 and 77 20 45 longitude. Its boundary touches Rajasthan and south Delhi and it makes Gurgaon to be an important strategically located place. On its north, it is bounded by the District of Jhajjar & the union territory of Delhi; Faridabad District lies to its east. On south it shares boundaries with Mewat whereas Rewari lies in its west.
1.3.1 Administrative Division

For the purpose of general as well as developmental view, the district has been divided into the following district organizational structure: Table: 1 Gurgaon: District Organizational Structure 1. 2. 3. Sub Divisions Tehsils Blocks 3 5 4 Gurgaon(North), Gurgaon(South) and Farukh Nagar Gurgaon, Sohna, Pataudi, Farukh Nagar, & Manesar Gurgaon(36Villages/34 Panchayats), Sohna(72 Villages/57 Panchayats), Farukh Nagar(48 Villages/48 Panchayats), & Pataudi(72 Villages/71 Panchayats). wards

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Sohana Municipal 15 wards Committee 4. Pataudi Municipal 13 wards Committee 4. Farrukh Nagar Municipal 11 wards Corporation Source: Statistical Abstract,Haryana. Table: 2 Area Covered by Gurgaon Municipal Corporation(ward wise) Ward No Area Covered

New Palam Vihar Phase 1, New Palam Vihar Phase 2, New Palam Vihar Phase 3, Nihal Colony, Pawala Khusrupur, Pawala Khusrupur Village, Rajendra Park, 1 Sarai Alawardi, Sarai Alawardi Village, Sector 100A, Sector 106, Sector 109, Sector 111, Sector 112, Sector 113 Chauma Khera, Chauma Khera Village, Moulahera, Moulahera Village, Palam 2 Vihar, SECTOR 22, SECTOR 23 3 Dundahera, Dundahera Village, SECTOR 21, SECTOR 22 Maruti Udyog, Sarhaul, Sarhaul Village, SECTOR 18, Udyog Vihar Phase 1, 4 Udyog Vihar Phase 2, Udyog Vihar Phase 3, Udyog Vihar Phase 4, Udyog Vihar Phase 5 Ammunition Depot, Ashok Vihar Phase 3, Carterpuri Village, Caterpuri, Palam 5 Vihar Extn, SECTOR 23A, Shitla Colony Apna Enclave, Ashok Vihar, Ashok Vihar Phase 2, Bhimgarh Kheri Phase 1, 6 Bhimgarh Kheri Phase 2, Bhimgarh Kheri Phase 3, Palam Vihar, Palam Vihar, Sarai Alawardi 7 Daultabad, Daultabad Industrial Area, Rajendra Park, Surat Nagar Phase 1 Basai, Basai Enclave 1, Basai Village, Dhanwapur, Dhanwapur Village, Gharoli Kalan, Gharoli Kalan Village, Ram Vihar, SECTOR 100, SECTOR 101, Sector 8 102, Sector 102A, Sector 103, SECTOR 104, SECTOR 37D, SECTOR 9B, Surat Nagar Phase 2, Tek Chand Nagar Ambedkar Nagar, Devilal Colony, Feroz Gandhi Colony Phase 2, Ravi Nagar, 9 SECTOR 9, SECTOR 9A, Surya Vihar 10 Cancon Enclave, Laxman Vihar Phase 1, Laxman Vihar Phase 2, SECTOR 4 Jyoti Park, Krishna Colony, SECTOR 7, SECTOR 7 Extn, SECTOR 7 Housing 11 Board, Shivpuri 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Arjun Nagar, Idgah Colony, Jyoti Park, Madanpuri, Nehru Lane, New Colony, Pratap Nagar, Rattan Garden, Vijay Park Bhim Nagar, Indra Puri, Jacubpura, Jawahar Nagar, Nai Basti, Prem Nagar 1, Ram Nagar, Subhash Nagar Amanpura, Ashok Puri, Dayanand Colony, Gurgaon, Gurgaon Village, Sector 5 Acharya Puri, Adarsh Nagar, Anamika Enclave, Gopal Nagar, HUDA Market Sector 12A, Lajpat Nagar, Mahavir Pura, Mianwali Colony, Old DLF, Prem Nagar 2, Rajiv Nagar West, Sanjay Colony, SECTOR 12A Rajiv Nagar, Sanjay Gram Airforce Station, Canal Colony, Chander Nagar, Industrial Estate Development Colony, MDI, SECTOR 14, SECTOR 15-2, SECTOR 16, SECTOR 17, Sukhrali, Sukhrali Village Baraf Khana, Civil Lines, Friends Colony, HVPNL Colony, Jacubpura, Kirti -3-

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Nagar, Patel Nagar, Police Line, Roshanpura, SECTOR 15-1 Heera Nagar, Laxmi Garden, Om Nagar, Shanti Nagar, Shivaji Nagar Anaj Mandi, Hari Nagar, Raj Nagar, Shakti Park, Shivji Park Aath Marla, Amar Colony, Auto Market, Baldev Nagar, Char Marla, Gandhi Nagar, Manohar Nagar, Nai Aabadi, Shakti Nagar, Veer Nagar Basai Enclave 2, Bhawani Enclave, Feroz Gandhi Colony, Kadipur, Kadipur Enclave, Kadipur Industrial Area, Kadipur Village, Krishna Nagar, SECTOR 10, SECTOR 37C, Shiv Nagar, Vikas Nagar, Vishwakarma Colony Khandsa, Khandsa Village, Old Industrial Area Khandsa Road, Pace City 1, Pace City 2, Saraswati Enclave, SECTOR 10A, Udyog Vihar Phase 6 Gharoli Khurd, Gharoli Khurd Village, Harsuru, Harsuru Village, ISBT and MRTS Depot, Kherki Daula, Kherki Daula Village, Mohmmadpur Jharsa, Mohmmadpur Jharsa Village, Narsinghpur, Narsinghpur Village, SECTOR 36, Sector 37B, Sector 83, Sector 84, Sector 88, SEZ, Sihi, Sihi Village Badshapur, Badshapur Village, Pahari Area, Ramgarh Dhani, Sector 62, Sector 65, Sector 66, Sector 67, Sector 68, Sector 69, Sector 70, Sector 75, Sector 75A, Sector 76 Begampur Khatola, Begampur Khatola Village, Behrampur, Behrampur Village, Fazilpur Jharsa, Fazilpur Jharsa Village, Ghasola, Ghasola Village, Info City 1, Narsinghpur East, Nirvana, Rosewood City, SECTOR 34, SECTOR 35, SECTOR 48, SECTOR 49, SECTOR 50, Sector 71, Sector 72, Sector 72A, Sector 73, SECTOR 74, SECTOR 74A, South City 2, Teekri, Teekri Village, Uppal Southend Hans Enclave, Info City 2, Islampur, Islampur Village, Medi City, Naharpur Rupa, Naharpur Rupa Village, Nitin Vihar, Rajiv Colony, SECTOR 33, SECTOR 38, Shiv Colony, Wireless Station Jharsa, Jharsa Village, Prem Puri, SECTOR 31, SECTOR 32, SECTOR 32A, SECTOR 39 Jalvayu Vihar, Kanhai, Kanhai Village, Mohyal Colony, Moti Vihar, Saini Khera, SECTOR 29, SECTOR 30, SECTOR 40, Sector 40, Greenwood City, Sector 41, SECTOR 44, SECTOR 45, Silokhra, Silokhra Village, South City 1, Vijay Vihar Greenwood City, Jal Vihar Colony, Malibu Town, Mayfield Garden, Samaspur, Samaspur Village, SECTOR 46, SECTOR 47, Sector 47 Distt Centre, SECTOR 51, SECTOR 57, Sector 57, Wazirabad, Sushant Lok Phase 2, Sushant Lok Phase 3, Sushant Lok Phase 3 Extn, Tigra, Tigra Village Ardee City, Indira Colony 1, Indira Colony 2, SECTOR 52, Wazirabad, Wazirabad Village

DLF City Phase 5, Ghata, Ghata Village, Gwal Pahari Village, New Gwal Pahari Village, Pahari Area, Pahari Area, Pahari Area, Pahari Area, Pahari Area Gwal 32 Pahari, SECTOR 42, SECTOR 52A, SECTOR 53, SECTOR 54, SECTOR 55, SECTOR 56, Sector 58, Sector 61, Suncity, Sushant Lok Phase 2 Chakkarpur, Chakkarpur Village, Maruti Vihar, Saraswati Vihar, SECTOR 43, 33 Sector 43, Wazirabad, Sushant Lok Phase 1 DLF City Phase 1, DLF City Phase 2, DLF City Phase 4, DLF Corporate Park, DLF Phase 4, Chakkarpur, Garden Estate, Global Business Park, Mall Road, 34 Pahari Area Sikanderpur Ghosi, SECTOR 27, SECTOR 28, Sikanderpur Ghosi, Sikanderpur Ghosi Village Ambience Island, Dhanchiri Camp, DLF City Phase 3, Nathupur, Nathupur 35 Village, National Media Center, Pahari Area Nathupur Village Source: Municipal Corporation Gurgaon -4-

1.4 Physiography The district comprises of hills on the one hand and depressions on the other, forming irregular and diverse nature of topography. Two ridges i.e. Firojpur Jhirka-Delhi ridge forms the western boundary and Delhi ridge forms the eastern boundary of the district. These hills are northern continuation of Aravalli hills. The north-western part of the district is covered with sand dunes lying in the westerly direction due to southwestern winds. The extension of the Aravalli hills and the presence of sand dunes collectively form the diverse physiography of the district. The drainage of the district is typical of arid and semi-arid areas. It comprises of large depressions and seasonal streams. Important depressions of the district are Khalilpur lake, Chandani lake, Sangel-Ujhina lake, Kotla dahar lake and Najafgarh lake. Sahibi and Indrani are two important seasonal streams of the district. 1.5 Drainage Pattern The drainage of the district is typical of the arid and semi arid areas. It comprises of large depressions and streams. The drainage is peculiarly complex owing to most of the streams tending to converge towards inland depressions instead of flowing into Yamuna. In fact there are four important depressions in the level of the district in this region, known as the khalipur, Chandaini, Sangel-Ujina and Kotla Dahar Jheels. The greater part of the Gurgaon district is occupied by vast alluvial and sandy tracts of recent to sub recent age, out of which protrudes widely scattered isolated strike ridges of old rocks. 1.6 Geology Gurgaon district is occupied by quaternary alluvium and pre-cambrian metasediments of Delhi System. Delhi super-group is represented by Alwar quartizites, mica schists and pegmatite intrusives of the Alwar series and slates of phyllites and quartzites of the subrecent alluvium and sand dunes. The soils are sand to loamy sand in sandy plain areas. Sandy loam to clay loam/silty clay loam in alluvial plains, loam sand to loam & calcareous in salt affected plains; silty loam to loam in low lands and loamy sand to loam & calcareous in hills. Taxonomically these soils may be classified as Typic Ustipsamments, Typic Ustorthents, Typic/Udic/Aquic Ustochrepts, Typic

Haplaquepts and skeletal/Lithic Ustorthents. Alwar series is represented by quartzites and mica schists with pegmatite intrusives. The quartzites are white, pale -5-

grey or pale pinkish, purple in colour with red and brown shades depending upon the weathering of the iron oxide present in them. These are in general vitreous, close textured, thickly bedded and highly jointed. The quartzite predominate in the district and form high north-south trending hill range in the west and north-east, southwest trending ridge in the northern part of the district. The quartzites generally strike in the north-north-east to south-south-west direction and have easterly dips. Bedding, dip and strike joints dipping against the dip of the beds are prominent and give rise to rectangular blocks. These quartzites are used for building & road materials. The quartzites are compact & devoid of interstial spaces. Ground water occurs in joints and fracture planes in them under favourable conditions. The Ajabgarh series

constitute the upper member of the Delhi System and is represented by slate, phyllite, quartzite with pegmatite intrusives. The Ajabgarh series along with Alwar are folded. The north-north-east to south-south-west running ridge and its other offshoots in the south western part of the area are formed of these rocks. The core of the ridge is formed of quartzites and slates. The phyllites occur at the base of the hills and below the adjacent alluvium. The quartzite shows false bedding at places and are less close textured than Alwar quartzites. These quartzites form low small hillocks and long narrow interrupted ridges striking north-north-east to south-southwest directions in the east of Sohna ridge. The slate and phyllite are calcerous and ferruginous. The rocks of the series are compact and devoid of interstial spaces. The phyllites and slates are highly jointed whereas quartzites sparingly jointed. The ground water occurs in the open joints and fractured planes and in the weathered zones. The phyllite and slates are better water bearing formations than quartzites. 1.7 Soil The alluvium in the area comprises silt, sand, gravel, clay and kankar. It has been divided into older alluvium and newer alluvium. The old alluvium occurs in the most part of the district. It comprises of generally poorly sorted silt, sand, gravel and clay. The silt constitutes fine wind blown variety along with kankar. These are compact, hard and composed essentially of calcium carbonate and is very common in northern parts of the area between Farukhnagar and Garhi Harsru. Ground water in the older alluvium occurs in the interstices of constituent grains of sand and silt. The presence of kankar in the formation reduces the pore spaces, which in turn reduces the capacity to store and transmit water thus making them poor water bearing formations. The newer or recent alluvium covers the eastern part of the area, east of -6-

the Sohna ridge. It comprises mainly stream laid silt, sand clay and calcareous modules. These deposits are lenticular in shape. It is also found in the west of Sohna ridge where streams have deposited in the form of discontinuous bands and at the foothill slopes where ephemeral streams have brought down the weathered materials from the hills. The newer alluvium being less impregnated with calcareous material are good water bearing horizons. 1.8 Sand Dunes The disintegration of rock material has ultimately given rise to various grades of sand and silt. The strong winds carry them from place of origin and deposit in the form of large humps called sand dunes. These sediments forming dunes have been brought from adjacent Rajasthan to this area with the prevailing wind conditions. These sand dunes are seen in the whole of the area but are more conspicuous in the area between Pataudi, Farukhnagar and Garhi Harsru and attain heights of 3-6m in general. The dune sand is generally well sorted, found fine to medium grained and comprises quartz, ferromagnesian minerals, tiny flakes of mica with small particles of kankar. The sand is loose and dunes keep shifting their positions depending upon the prevailing wind condition. The sand dunes being accumulation of loose sand and silt are good water bearing horizons but their limited aerial extent limits the reservoir capacity. 1.9 Bad Rock Topography The boreholes drilled in the area give an idea of the thickness of the alluvium and the bedrock topography. From the data of exploratory drilling, it is observed that rocks of Ajabgarh series of the Delhi system, form the basement in the middle part of the district between north-south running high ridge and NNE-SSW running ridge. The maximum running thickness of alluvium encountered in this part of the area is 238 meters. It is observed from the map showing depth to bedrock in the area that the thickness of alluvium increases toward north and north-eastern parts of the area, where it is more than 238 metres below ground level. Alluvial thickness varies from almost insignificant to above 203 m, in the western side of the Sohna ridge and around Pataudi, as revealed by boreholes drilled at Rajpura, Bohra Kalan and Didhara. The Haryana State Minor Irrigation Tube-well Corporation and Ground Water Cell, Agricultural Department has also drilled boreholes for irrigation purpose. But in no borehole, bedrock has been encountered. -7-

1.10 Climate 1.10.1 Temperature: The temperature data at the meteorological observatory, Gurgaon reveals that from the end of February, temperature begins to increase rapidly till May. May and June are the hottest months with mean daily temperature at Gurgaon about 400 C and the mean minimum daily temperature of about 250 C. The daily mean maximum temperature varies from 21.4o C in January to 400 C in May. Days are little hotter in May than in June whereas nights are cooler in May than in June. From April onwards, hot westerly dust ladden winds causes heat wave conditions and the weather of the district becomes intensely hot and unpleasant. Maximum daily temperature in May often reaches above 450 C. Occasional dust and thunder storms bring some relief from heat. With the advancement of monsoon currents into the district by the end of June, there is appreciable drop in day temperature and the weather becomes comparatively cool in the day. After the withdrawal of the monsoon by about the middle of the September, the day temperatures are still high as in monsoon months but night temperatures begin to drop progressively. The fall in temperature both day and night are rapid from October to January. Generally January is the coldest month. The mean daily maximum and minimum temperatures are about 21oC and 5oC respectively. During the cold weather season, the district is affected by cold waves in association with the western disturbances and on such occasions, the minimum temperature may drop to the freezing point. Table: 3 The climate of the district can be divided into following distinct seasons S. N. Seasons 1 Winter seasons 2 Summer season 3 Rainy season 4 Autumn Source: IMD 1.10.2.Humidity: The relative humidity in the air is generally high during the period of south west monsoon from July to September. It is about 77% during morning hours and 65% during evening hours. The minimum humidity of 43% is recorded in May during morning hours and the maximum relative humidity of 82% is experienced in August during morning hours. May is the driest month of the year when humidity is less than -8Time period Late November to February March to June July to mid September Mid September to late November

30%. Winds: Winds are comparatively high in the district with some strengthening in speed during the summer and monsoon months. During the monsoon season, winds are mostly from the east or south-east directions. During rest of the year, winds are predominantly from the west or north-west directions. The winds have maximum speed of about 7.0 kms/hr during May to June and have a minimum average speed of about 3.2 kms/hr from November to December(Table-1). Table: 4 Temperature, Relative Humidity and Wind Speed in the District (197497) Months January February March April May June July August September October November December Source: IMD 1.10.3 Rainfall: The normal rainfall in the district is about 578 mm spread over 28 days. The southwest monsoon sets in the last week of June and withdraws towards the end of the September and contributes about 80% of the annual rainfall. July and August are the wettest months. 20% of the annual rainfall occurs during the non-monsoon months in the wake of thunder storms and western disturbances. Rainfall distribution in the district is quite uneven which increases from 450 mm in the south at Farukhnagar to 750 mm in the east. The annual rainfall data from 1974 to 2002 have been analysed by Central Ground Water Board, Chandigarh to understand the rainfall trend in the district. The data indicates that variation in annual rainfall is significant and large. This is summarized under the following Table: 5 Annual Rainfall Analysis of Gurgaon District Year 1974 1975 Rainfall (MM) 500 574 % Deviation from normal -14 -1 -9Status Normal Normal Drought Condition Temperature (Mean daily in 0C) Max. Min. 21.4 5.1 23.5 7.5 29.8 12.4 37.1 19.1 40.0 23.7 39.5 26.7 35.0 26.1 33.3 25.1 34.3 22.8 33.8 17.6 28.9 10.7 23.4 6.1 Relative Humidity in % Max. 75 69 60 45 43 56 77 82 72 59 64 71 Min 48 42 35 25 28 39 66 71 58 40 43 46 Wind Speed in km/hr 3.7 4.5 5.5 5.8 6.7 7.6 6.3 3.9 4.3 3.6 3.2 3.2

1976 654 1977 613 1978 727 1979 365 1980 464 1981 546 1982 514 1983 1022 1984 604 1985 836 1986 267 1987 404 1988 715 1989 413 1990 694 1991 536 1992 548 1993 703 1994 643 1995 990 1996 1128 1997 630 1998 654 1999 549 2000 437 2001 523 2002 359 * Data not analysis Source: IMD
District Gurgaon Jan 12.2 Feb 9.3 Mar 4.9 Apr 0.9

13 6 27 -36 -20 -6 -11 77 5 45 -54 -30 24 -29 20 -7 -5 22 11 71 95 9 * * * * *

Normal Normal Excess Deficient Deficient Normal Normal Excess Normal Excess Deficient Deficient Excess Deficient Excess Normal Normal Excess Normal Excess Excess Normal * * * * *

Moderate Drought

Severe Drought Moderate Drought Moderate Drought

Table: 6 The monthly normal rainfall (Average of five years from 1994-98)
May 6.2 Monthly Rainfall (in mm) Jun July Aug Sept 82.8 181.0 258.0 121.9 Oct. 5.4 Nov. 3.4 Dec. 0.4 Total 686.4

Source: IMD 1.11 Wasteland Wasteland is a degraded and under-utilised class of land that has deteriorated on account of natural causes or due to lack of appropriate water and soil management. Wasteland can result from inherent/imposed constraints such as location, environment, chemical and physical properties of the soil or financial or other management constraints (NWDB, 1987). Analysis of the data reveals that the total area of wasteland in the study area is 438.80 Km2 (15.88%); out of which the area of salt affected land is 210.56 km2 (7.62%), the area of barren rocky land is 204.03 Km2 (7.39%) and gullied land covers 24.21 km2 (0.87%). 1.12 Land holding pattern -10-

Gurgaon district has predominantly a commercial based land use. It is known for industrial activities all over India. The increasing population is resulting in more and more land to be put under industrial and commercial use. Table:7 Gurgaon: Land Use Pattern S. N. Land use 1 Residential 2 Industrial 3 Commercial 4 Circulation 5 Public semi public Source: HUDA, Gurgaon. (Year 1.13 Population Gurgaon is considered as a highly dense populated district of Haryana. According to the census report 2001 the total population of Gurgaon district is 8, 70,539 out of which 4, 70,504 are males and 4, 00, 343 females. The rural population of Gurgaon district is 4,00,343(45.98%) and the urban population is 4,70,196 (54.02%) the density of rural population is 495 persons per sq km and the density of urban population is 3,438 persons per sq km. 1.14 Economy Gurgaon district is the most important district in Haryana as far as the industrial and commercial sector as concerned. The last two decades have witnessed continued and accelerated industrial progress with the expansion of infrastructural network and provision for attractive incentive including large flow of institutional credit to entrepreneurs. The people of both sexes are participating in the economic activities so as to augment the household income in order to improve their standard of living. 1.15 Occupation The occupational structure of the people reveals their social, cultural and educational levels. The higher work participation rate may reflect the larger opportunities of jobs available in the region and vice-versa. 1.16 Education In education sector Gurgaon is not lagging behind as it has emerged as an education hub in Haryana. Gurgaon is home to one of India s top business schools, Management Development Institute (MDI) and other educational institutions. Total -11Area (Ha.) 6243 1349 421 865 302 ) Percentage 63.18 13.65 4.25 8.75 3.05

no of colleges in Gurgaon district is 21, out of which three colleges are exclusively for women. There are 219 high schools/senior schools, 148 middle schools and 602 pre-primary and primary schools. Education for women at all levels has advanced at a much faster pace than it has for man. 1.17 Industries There are 1,615 factories registered under the Indian factories act and approximately 2, 06, 064 lac. persons are employed in these factories. There are Automobile and garment manufacturing units, whereas world class real estate and shopping malls are the other main industries. 1.18 Means of Transportation The total metallic Road link of the Gurgaon district is 751 km and the road length per lac of population is 86 km. There are 237 villages which are connected with metallic roads. It shows the 100% metalled roads connectivity in Gurgaon district. The total fleet strength of Haryana Roadways is 179 in number. The traffic circulation pattern within the town was designed for a smaller population and became heavily overburdened due to Gurgaon explosive growth. Improvement to the road system such as flyover, adding overpass, underpasses and metro have alleviated the worst traffic congestion. 1.19 Probable Disasters: By now, we have realized that Gurgaon district is of immense importance in the state of Haryana. GDMP is more urgently needed when we look at the probable treats of Hazards.
Table: 8 Probable Disasters

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Natural Earthquakes Flood Drought Hail storm Environmental

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CHAPTER 2

HAZARD, VULNERABILITY AND RISK ANALYSIS

2.1 Introduction The increased vulnerability of many urban areas especially in developing countries is a major reason of concern. Therefore, to analyze the Multi Hazard Risk and Vulnerability of Gurgaon city, and as such assessment shall provide the necessary data base for prioritizing action in emergency, preparedness, response and community based disaster mitigation. The district faces a number of hazards, like Earthquake, Hailstorm, Flood, Fire, Accidents, LPG cylinder blast, Chemical and Industrial Accidents, Terrorism and Epidemics, which pose the threat of disaster. The threat (Risk) and possible impact (Vulnerability) which can be actualized from these hazards ranges from minor impacts affecting one village to events impacting larger than the state alone. During last two decade, Gurgaon has undergone major changes and has now developed into Modern Township. Over the years, Disasters have caused threat to life and property and have adversely impacted economic development. 2.2 Earthquake Hazard: The entire region of Gurgaon falls in high risk seismic zone IV and corresponds to MSK intensity VIII making it highly vulnerable to Earthquakes. The major tectonics features affecting Gurgaon are as follows: I. II. III. IV. V. The Sohna Fault Junction of Aravali and Alluvium near Delhi Moradabad Fault Delhi Moradabad Fault Delhi-Haridwar Fault

Although no major earthquake have occurred in Gurgaon in recent year, yet tremors have been felt whenever there is an earthquake in the Himalayan foothills. The NCR has fairly high seismicity with general occurrence of earthquakes of 5-6 magnetude, a few of magnitude 6-7 and occasional incident of 7.5-8.0 magnitude shocks.

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Subsequent traumatic events have occurred in 1803, 1819, 1905, 1924, 1937, 1945, 1949, 1958, 1960, 1966, 1975, 1980 and 1994 during which the intensities level on Richter scale between VII and IX are believed to have been experienced as indicated by the damage pattern. The most important earthquake which affected Gurgaon was on 27th August, 1960 with the magnitude of 6.0. The epicentre of this earthquake was between Delhi cantonment and Gurgaon. Earthquake risk assessment is all the more difficult in Gurgaon district because of the lack of seismic instrumentation in large parts of the district. In addition to the nature of earthquake and the sice (such as the magnitude, duration, soil type), there is big? Whether the high rise buildings in Gurgaon are Earthquake resistant? Whether the latest technology was used for establishing these multi storey buildings? If used then, were the mason trained enough to use the technology for the construction of the infrastructure? Are the buildings being constructed by following national building code? Is the standard material used for the construction? Is technolegal frame work of building by-laws is in place ? 2.3 Drought: Drought has been described as creeping Disaster in the United Nations

publications. Thus emphasizing that a situation of drought develops gradually by giving sufficient warning of its coverage, extent and intensity unlike a flood, cyclone or earthquake which offers little time and opportunity for immediate planning and preparedness. Rapid industrialization, urbanization and withdrawal of huge ground water are leading factors for the occurrence of Drought in Gurgaon district. The droughts in 1987 & 2001 were worst droughts in the state of Haryana. Gurgaon receives most of its rainfall from the summer monsoon and continuous up to the middle of August. The summer monsoon sets during the month of July and starts withdrawling from the end of August or first week of September. Due to this uncertain rainfall pattern the entire district receive less than one month of rainy session. Hence the department of agriculture and cooperation, ministry of agriculture and government of India has categorized Gurgaon in chronically in drought affected area.

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2.4 Flood: The main cause of flood in the Gurgaon district can be attributed to the heterogeneous topography. As such there is no perennial river in the district, on the other hand a number of Barsati Nallahs/Hills Torrent can be found here which criss cross the entire region and become the cause of floods during rainy season. Besides this, rapid urbanization in the district also leads to floods because heavy pressure of the existing infrastructure development over the natural drainage system. Low lying areas of Gurgaon are under the threat of water logging even if there is a minor rain. The whole district can divided into the following three district catchments which can also be considered the reason of flood: Areas affected by Sabi and Indori River, fall on the western side of Gurgaon tehsils. Sabi river is notorious for flash flood as it flows on ground level and keeps on changing its course every year. However, since 1978 is no major flood event has been experienced in river Sabi. There are a series of Bandhs over the rivulet in Rajasthan area which ultimately falls in the Sabi River during heavy rainfall in the catchment area. There is always a danger of breach of such Bandhs which further aggravates the might of Sabi Nadi. A barrage namely Massani Barrage has been constructed on Sabi Nadi by H.N.A. Irrigation Department near village Dharuhera on Delhi Jaipur National Highway in district Rewari, for the storage of water for irrigation purpose besides moderation of caused by it. Sabi Nadi also affects and undates a number of villages of Gurgaon tehsils falling near Najafgarh Jheel area. There is a difference in the extent of damage caused by Sabi in Pataudi and Gurgaon tehsils whereas flood in Pataudi area lasts for a fortnight only. Sabi River carries out heavy amount of siltation and disposes between Khalilpur and Pataudi railway station which become the cause of flood in this area. Another source of flood in this area is Indori River. This is also a hill torrent which originates in the hilly track of Rajasthan falling between Tauru and Tijara. This rivulet enters Haryana near Tauru and after crossing Delhi Jaipur national highway, it ultimately joins Sabi River beyond Pataudi. Due to a series of moderate bandhs over this rivulet, both in Alwar district of Rajasthan and Gurgaon district of Haryana during the season of heavy rainfall in the catchment area there is always a danger of breach of these bandhs which may result in flooding of about twenty villages of Pataudi tehsils.

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2.5 Epidemics: In the district of Gurgaon, preventive, and curative health is being looked after by health department. There are also dispensaries, referral hospitals and community hospitals supplementing the task. With a view of detecting epidemics at the earliest an epidemiological cell has been established under the Directorate of Health Services. The following epidemic are monitored in Gurgaon: cholera, Gastroenteritis, acute Diarrhea/dysentery, infective hepatitis, encephalitis, poliomyelitis, typhoid, In addition to these Food Poisoning, Viral Fever, Dengue Fever and Meningitis outbreaks are also monitored: 2.6 Fire: The short circuits, LPG blasts and chemical industrial fire are the major reasons to worry in the district. Most of the reported accidents are in the city of Gurgaon, mainly due to the inadequate safety measures in the electrical installation and chemical and LPG blasts, as well as careless practices while handling and storage of inflammable materials. Unlike in the case of hazards such as floods or road accidents, identification of specific vulnerable spots is not possible. However, a broad identification of the types of locations where there is a positional threat of fire is possible. These are: Storage area of flammable/explosive material in the vicinity of populated area; Hotels and restaurants in crowded area using improper practices of storage of cooking fuel such as LPG, kerosene etc; Multi storey buildings especially in the cities, with inadequate fire safety measures; Narrow lanes, congested and overcrowded buildings, and old building with poor internal wiring. The facilities in each fire station are appropriate to the municipality s financial position. However, due to the paucity of funds in most municipalities, except in Gurgaon city in the district, the fire-stations are poorly equipped. In addition to combating fire related hazards, fire frightening services are also required during building collapse, road accidents, and industrial hazards and earthquake etc.

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Therefore, the need for a well equipped, well maintained, and adequate fire station cannot be under estimated. Fire services are also required in smaller districts and Tahsils and there is a need for government regulation to simplify bureaucratic procedure to enable fire services to travel across municipal limits. Stream lining of fire services operations across the state is required. Need for immediate communication after fire accidents, granting of blanket permission during emergency, and up- gradation by providing wireless and computer system, mapping of areas prone to fire accidents based on the frequency of occurrence of these hazards is necessary. 2.7 Chemical Biological Radiation & Nuclear Disaster (CBRN) : All nuclear facilities have specialized Crisis Management Groups (CMGs) for on site response under the aegis of Department of Atomic Energy (DAE). For the offsite incident response at those locations, the RO / District Magistrate / DC will act as the IC and ensure that the stakeholders and communities are properly sensitized in advance through regular mock exercises. Support from local experts for such purpose may be obtained wherever available. The State Government should train and equip its own HDRF for this purpose. The help of NDRF may be taken for immediate response and for training the SDRF. For the purpose of specialised response to a threatening disaster situation or disasters/emergencies both natural and man-made such as those of CBRN origin, the DM Act, 2005 has mandated the constitution of a NDRF. The general superintendence, direction and control of this force is vested in and exercised by the NDMA and the command and supervision of the Force will vest in an officer to be appointed by the Central Government as the Director General of NDRF. Presently, the NDRF comprises eight battalions. Two additional battalions have been sanctioned by the Government and are in the process of being formed. These battalions are located at strategic locations and will be deployed proactively as required. NDRF units will maintain close liaison with the designated State Governments/ UTs and will be available to them in the event of any serious threatening disaster situation. Presently four out of eight of them have been equipped and trained to respond to situations arising out of CBRN emergencies. In future plans exist to train rest of the battalions also for CBRN response. The NDRF units will also impart basic training to all the stakeholders identified by the State Governments in their respective locations. Further, a National Academy will be set

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up to provide training for trainers in DM and to meet related national and international commitments. Presently the location and area of responsibility of the various NDRF battalion in the country are as follows: Location Guwahati Kolkata Mundali Area of responsibility for natural disaster N.E. States West Bengal, Bihar, Sikkim, Jharkhand Orissa, Chhatisgarh, North Andhra Pradesh (Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam) Tamil Nadu, Kerala, South Andhra Pradesh, Puduchery, A & N Islands, Lakshadweep Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu Chandigarh, Punjab, J&K, Gaziabad battalion (Grater Himachal Pradesh Noida) U.P., Uttar Khand, Haryana, Delhi Area of responsibility for CBRN emergencies Kolkata battalion

Arakkonam battalion

Arakkonam

Pune

Pune battalion

Gandhi Nagar

Bhatinda Ghaziabad

Patna* Vijayawada* * Patna (Bihar) and Vijaywada (Andhra Pradesh) have also been approved in principle to locate NDRF battalions for natural disaster, and therefore, the area of responsibility will be readjusted once these two NDRF battalionsare made functional. 2.8 Industrial Hazard Industrial accidents are most likely during chemical processing, manufacturing, storage, transport and disposal of toxic waste. The types of industries prone to accidents are those involved in the manufacture of: Chemicals and chemical products Non metallic mineral petroleum Fire

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The causes of accidents in these industries are: Explosion resulting from electricity, fire, excessive pressure of steam and air, gas, vapour etc. Fires including back fire in boilers and others; and gassing

Apart from district plans, emergency response centers (ERCs) have been established in some of the industrial area in the state of Haryana. There is a need to identify district wise the possible industrial and chemical hazards, the agencies presently dealing with the management of these hazards, resources available and present level of preparedness. Based on this information Standard operating procedure may be formulated to respond to these hazards. Detailed district level information towards this is being collected from the Deputy Commissioner. 2.9 Terrorist Attack: Gurgaon is also at risk from the view point of terrorism as it is considered one of the India is major outsourcing hubs. Public- private sector partnership model in real estate development has been the major force behind Gurgaon emerging as the corporate capital. The growth prospect, increasing employment opportunities and a cleaner environment has propelled the growth forwards. It is Gurgaon that initiated organized retail boom in Delhi and NCR in the form of over half a dozen operational malls. All these factors are partly responsible to make Gurgaon prone to terrorist attack. 2.10 Vulnerability analysis for the district of Gurgaon: Gurgaon District is located at south of Haryana. The threat (risk) and possible impact (vulnerability) which can be actualized from these hazards (Table1),ranges from minor impact affecting one area to event impacting larger than the state alone. The analysis of hazard, risk and disaster impact in Gurgaon, it indicates that disaster planning at the Gurgaon district level should first focus on the functional response to Earthquake & Air Accident. The functional responsed to these events have links to the response to Earthquake, Flood, Hail Storms & Drought. Typical response to these disaster events also can apply to fire, industrial Accidents, failure of critical infrastructure and building collapse (Table 1).

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Table 1 Gurgaon: Hazard Risk and Vulnerability Analysis


ProbabImpact ility rating rating Earthquake 4 Catastrophic Hazards Vulnerability rating 16 (high)

Potential Impact Loss of lives, buildings, roads, infrastructure ,public property

Vulnerability Loss of Road and telecommunic ation network, Loss of livestock & vulnerable people, Loss of infrastructure, buildings, economic loss Loss of Road and telecommunic ation network, Loss of agriculture/ horticulture, and drinking water sourcetube wells, wells. Loss of drinking water food s scarcity. Loss of property and life Vulnerable people Vulnerable people

Vulnerable areas All Area of the District

Flood

Moderate

15

Loss of crop, human and bovine life, infrastructure , houses, livelihood system etc.

Low lying area of District

Drought

Moderate

15

Loss of crop, livelihood

All Area of the District

Hailstorms

Moderate

Epidemics

Low

Fire

Catastrophic

16

Industrial accidents Road accidents

Catastrophic

16

Loss of property and life Loss of human and bovine life Loss of lives (human and animal) Loss of crops Loss of property, livelihood

All Area of the District All Area of the District All Area of the District

Loss of crops Industrial and livelihood area of the

Catastrophic

16

District Loss of lives, congested road of the property (social & district

Terrorism

Moderate

15

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economic disruption) Loss of All area of the district environment

Heat Wave Cold Wave Rail Accidents Air Accidents

Insignificant

Low

Loss of Lives Loss of Lives Loss of Lives

All area of the district

Source : Based on Annexure XI.

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CHAPTER 3
MITIGATION AND PREPAREDNESS PLAN

Disasters often disrupt progress and destroy the hard-earned fruits of painstaking developmental efforts, often pushing nations, in quest for progress, back by several decades. Thus, efficient management of disasters, rather than mere response to their occurrence, has in recent times, received increased attention both within India and abroad. This is as much a result of the recognition of the increasing frequency and intensity of disasters, as it is an acknowledgement that good governance in a caring and civilized society, needs to deal effectively with the devastating impact of disasters. On 23 December 2005, the Government of India (GOI) took a defining step by enacting the Disaster Management Act, 2005, (hereinafter referred to as the Act) which envisaged the creation of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), headed by the Prime Minister, State Disaster Management Authorities (SDMAs) headed by the Chief Ministers, and District Disaster Management Authorities (DDMAs) headed by the District Collector or District Magistrate or Deputy Commissioner as the case may be, to spearhead and adopt a holistic and integrated approach to DM. There will be a paradigm shift, from the erstwhile relief-centric response to a proactive prevention, mitigation and preparedness-driven approach for conserving developmental gains and to minimize loss of life, livelihood and property. Unlike man-made disasters, natural hazards like floods, earthquakes, and cyclones cannot be avoided. However, with mitigation measures along with proper planning of developmental work in the risk prone area, these hazards can be prevented from turning into disasters. A multi-pronged approach needs to be adopted to undertake mitigation measures: Building mitigation measures into all development projects. Initiating District level mitigation projects by the GDMA, in high priority areas, with the help of the NDMA, HSDMA, Central Ministries and concerned Departments of State Government. Indigenous knowledge on disaster and coping mechanisms will be given due weightage with special focus on protection of heritage structures.

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3.1 Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Mapping Hazard zonation, mapping and vulnerability analysis in a multi-hazard framework will be carried out utilizing Geographic Information System (GIS) based databases such as Gurgaon Database for Emergency Management (GDEM) and Gurgaon Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI) and developing a GIS based Decision Support System (DSS). As a first step towards addressing disaster vulnerabilities, the Gurgaon disaster Management Authority (GDMA) need to carry out risk and vulnerability assessment of all disaster prone areas of the District Gurgaon. Hazard zonation mapping and vulnerability analysis based on GIS and remote sensing data, needs to mandatorily include a ground check component. Hazard and Consequence Mapping on GIS platforms shall be prepared for all chemical accident prone areas of districts Gurgaon. The increasing use of GIS, remote sensing and applications of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) in DM, has made it imperative to set up a mechanism for sharing thematic and spatial data through a designated electronic clearing house. The NSDI has been set up by the Survey of India (SOI), to collect, compile, analyse and prepare value-added maps for use by various agencies in the field of DM for management of natural resources, industrial applications etc. The GDEM under the District Informatics Officer (DIO) Gurgaon may drive data sets through NSDI for addressing some of the needs of input data for developing GIS based DSS. 3.2 Increasing Trend of Disasters in Urban Areas Disasters in Gurgaon urban areas are distinct in many ways and the intensity of damage will be very high. Search and rescue efforts in the urban areas also require specialised training. Action plans for checking unplanned urbanization and ensuring safer human habitat against all forms of disasters, will be recognised as the high priority by GDMA. The Gurgaon Administration should accord priority for improving urban drainage systems with special focus on non-obstruction of natural drainage systems. Urban mapping of infrastructure of spatial resolution will be taken up for development of Decision Support System (DSS) for management of urban risks in Gurgaon 3.3 Critical Infrastructure It is of utmost importance that critical infrastructures of Gurgaon District like roads, bridges, flyovers, railway lines, power stations, water storage towers, irrigation -24-

canals and other civic utilities should be constantly monitored for safety standards in consonance with worldwide safety benchmarks and strengthened where deficient. The building standards for critical infrastructure need to be aligned to the safety norms and Departments/PWD/HUDA/GDMAs etc. concerned would ensure the requisite actions and measures to ensure this. 3.4 Environmentally Sustainable Development The Haryana Pollution Control Board Gurgaon need to go hand in hand for ensuring sustainability with environmental and developmental efforts. Restoration of ecological balance in Aravali regions and raising Plantations need to be incorporated by the forest department, Development & Panchayat Departments. Eco systems of forests, agricultural, urban and industrial environment are also to be considered for restoration of ecological balances and sustainable development. Department of Pollution & Forest must ensure the preservation of natural habitats. 3.5 Climate Change Adaptation Climate change is impacting our glacial reserves, water balance, agriculture, forestry, coastal ecology, bio-diversity and human and animal health. There are definite indications that climate change would increase the frequency and intensity of natural disasters like floods, droughts, hailstorm, Cloud burst, wind storm etc. in the coming years. In order to meet these challenges in a sustained and effective manner, synergies in our approach and strategies for climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction shall be encouraged and promoted.

3.6 Forecasting and Early Warning Systems It is most essential to establish, upgrade and modernise the forecasting and earlywarning systems for all types of disasters. The nodal agencies responsible for monitoring and carrying out surveillance, for specific natural disasters, will identify technological gaps and formulate projects for their upgradation, in a time-bound manner. GDMA should establish proper communication with IMD and other regional institutions for data receptions, forecasting and timely dissemination.

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3.7 Communications Communication and sharing of up-to-date information using state-of-the-art IT infrastructure remain at the heart of effective implementation of the disaster management strategy. Reliable, up-todate and faster sharing of geo-spatial information acquired from the field or the affected areas is a pre-requisite for effective implementation of disaster management strategies. Efforts should be made for setting up IT infrastructures consisting of required IT processes, architecture and skills for quick upgradation and updation of data sets from the PRIs or the ULBs. The DIO Gurgaon will insure the above said work with the help of Govt. of India. 3.8 Strengthening of the Emergency Operation Centre The Gurgaon Disaster Management Authority has established Emergency

Operation Centre (EOC) however the GDMA has to equip EOC with contemporary technologies and communication facilities and their periodic upgradation, shall be accorded with high priority. The Authority shall create last mile connectivity and control of the operations at the disaster hit areas. The integration of Ham radios and such other innovative facilities, into the DM communication system shall be advantageous for EOC Gurgaon. 3.9 Medical Preparedness and Mass Casualty Management The Medical preparedness is a crucial component of GDMP. The DM contingency plan shall be formulated by Gurgaon health department and will include developing and training of medical teams and paramedics, capacity building, trauma and psycho-social care, mass casualty management and triage. The surge and casualty handling capacity of Civil Hospital Gurgaon at the time of disasters shall be worked out and recorded through a consultative process, by the Hospital Administration in the pre-disaster phase. The Gurgaon Disaster Management authority Shall be encouraged to formulate appropriate procedures for treatment of casualties by private hospitals during disasters. This plan will also address post-disaster disease surveillance systems, networking with other hospitals, referral institutions and accessing services and facilities such as availability of ambulances and blood banks. Creation of mobile surgical teams, mobile hospitals and heli-ambulances (if possible) for evacuation of patients is a crucial component of DM efforts of GDMA. The address of the nearest Accident Relief Medical Vans (ARMVs) of the Ministry of Railways, shall be mentioned in the Gurgaon Disaster Management Plan for medical -26-

emergency. Proper and speedy disposal of dead bodies, creation of mortuary facilities and animal carcasses deserves due weightage and attention. 3.10 Training, Simulation and Mock Drills Efficacy of plans and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are tested and refined through training, seminars and mock drills. The GDMA with the help of NDMA had conducted several mock drills in Gurgaon. The GDMA shall be encouraged to generate a culture of preparedness and quick response by periodically organising training simulation and mock-drills in future. 3.11 Community Based Disaster Preparedness During any disaster, communities are not only the first to be affected but also the first and foremost responders. Community participation ensures local ownership, addresses local needs, and promotes volunteerism and mutual help to prevent and minimise damage. Therefore, the efforts of GDMA in this regard need to be encourage so that envisaged vision can be achieved. The needs of the elderly, women, children and differently abled persons require special attention. Women, Youth club, NCC & NSS shall be encouraged to participate in decision making committees and action groups for management of disasters. As first responders to any disaster, communities will be trained in the various aspects of response such as first aid, search and rescue, management of community shelters, psycho-social counselling, distribution of relief and accessing support from government/agencies etc. Community plans will be dovetailed into District plans. 3.12 Stakeholders Participation The participation of civil society stakeholders shall be coordinated by the GDMA. Civil Defence, NCC, NYKS, NSS and Local Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) will be encouraged to empower the community and generate awareness through their respective institutional mechanisms. Efforts to promote voluntary involvement will be actively encouraged by the GDMA

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3.13

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Public-Private Partnership (PPP)

Historically, the corporate sector has been supporting disaster relief and rehabilitation activities. However, the involvement of corporate entities in disaster risk reduction activities is not upto desired significance. Corporate entities should redefine their business continuity plan to factor in hazards, risks and vulnerabilities. They should also create value in innovative social investments in the community. PPP between the Civil Administration, GDMA and private sector Gurgaon would also be encouraged to leverage the strengths of the latter in disaster management. The HDMA and GDMA need to network with the corporate entities to strengthen and formalize their role in the DM process for ensuring safety of the communities. 3.14 Media Partnership The media plays a critical role in information and knowledge dissemination in all phases of DM. The versatile potential of both electronic and print media needs to be fully utilised. Effective partnership with the media will be worked out in the field of community awareness, early warning and dissemination, and education regarding various disasters. The District Pubic Relation Officer (DPRO) as media and Information officer of GDMA shall ensure the mainstreaming of media partnership of Gurgaon. 3.16. Departmental Preparedness and site operations Department Police Preparedness and site operations Standby and Alert Cordoning of area Rumour Control Law and order Preventive Evacuation Rescue Corpse Disposal Traffic Management Standby Alert Preventive Evacuation Emergency water and food Salvage Corpse Disposal Clearance of debris Emergency repairs Coordination of transport Temporary Shelters -28-

GMC /Power/ other Technical Departments

Fire Brigade

Health Department, Govt. & Private Hospitals

Transport, HR Roadways Revenue & Disaster Management

Civil Defence & Home Guards Railways (Northern)

Standby and Alert Preventive Evacuation Fire Fighting Evacuation Rescue Salvage Standby and Alert Preventive Evacuation Transport seriously injured Emergency treatment Corpse Disposal Preventive Measures Health Monitoring Stand by Transport Transfer to stranded Persons Standby Preventive Evacuation Transit Camps Arrangements for food Gratuitous Relief Standby Preventive Evacuation Rescue Standby transport Preventive Evacuation Transport Rescue Salvage

3.16

Activities Vis--vis Department Involved.


Activitie s Departments involved

1. Search and Rescue 2. Medical Aid (treatment and transfer) 3. Disposal of dead (retrieval, panchama, autoposy) 4. Temporary shelters

Revenue

Revenue

Police & HDRF Health

Health

Irrigation PWD (B&R)

Fire Services

Army

NGOs

Private Ambulan NGOs Hospit- -ce als Services Health Forest NGOs

Revenue

Police

Revenue

Police

ZP/PS

PWD (B&R)

Distt. Red Cross Society

NGOs

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5. Relief Activities (Cooked food, water, gratituous relief) 6. Health and Sanitation (preventive measures, waste disposal) 7. Carcass disposal 8. Infrastructure restoration (water, electricity, roads) 9. Cattle Camps

Revenue

Food & Supply Office

Public Health

DIstt. Red Cross Society

NGOs

Revenue

Health

ZP/MC

NGOs

Revenue

ZP/MC

Health

NGOs

PWD (B&R)

Pubic Health

Electricity

BSNL

Health

Revenue

ZP/MC

Animal Husbandry

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CHAPTER 4

Institutional and Legal Arrangements


4.1 The Disaster Management Act, 2005 The DM Act 2005 and the National Policy on Disaster Management lay down stitutional mechanisms at the National, State, District and Local levels. Though these institutions are at different levels, they will work in close harmony. The new institutional frameworks are expected to usher in a paradigm shift in DM from relief centric approach to a proactive regime that lays greater emphasis on preparedness, prevention and mitigation. The States which have not already put in place the appropriate institutional mechanism like SDMAs and DDMAs have to take necessary steps in that direction at the earliest.

A. Institutional Framework under the DM Act,2005


4.2 National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) NDMA, as the apex body for DM, is headed by the Prime Minister and has the responsibility for laying down policies, plans and Guidelines for DM and coordinating their enforcement and implementation for ensuring timely and effective response to disasters. The Guidelines will assist the Central ministries, departments and States to formulate their respective DM plans. It will approve the National Disaster Management Plan and DM Plans of the Central ministries/departments. It will take such other measures, as it may consider necessary, for the prevention of disasters, or mitigation, or preparedness and capacity building, for dealing with a threatening disaster situation or disaster. Central ministries/ departments and State

Governments will extend necessary cooperation and assistance to NDMA for carrying out its mandate. It will oversee the provision and application of funds for mitigation and preparedness measures. NDMA has the power to authorise the departments or authorities concerned, to make emergency procurement of provisions or materials for rescue and relief in a threatening disaster situation or disaster. The general superintendence, direction and control of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) is vested in and will be exercised by the NDMA. The National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM) works within the framework of broad policies and Guidelines laid down by the NDMA.

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The NDMA is mandated to deal with all types of disasters, natural or manmade, whereas such other emergencies including those requiring close involvement of the security forces and/ or intelligence agencies such as terrorism (counter-insurgency), Law and Order Situations, Serial Bomb Blasts, Hijacking, Air Accidents, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Weapon Systems, Mine Disasters, Ports and Harbour emergencies, Forest Fires, Oilfield Fires and Oil Spills will continue to be handled by the extant mechanism i.e. National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC). NDMA may, however, formulate Guidelines and facilitate training and preparedness activities in respect of CBRN emergencies. Cross-cutting themes like Medical Preparedness, Psycho-Social Care and Trauma, Community Based Disaster Preparedness, Information & Communication Technology, Training, Preparedness, Awareness Generation etc., for natural and man-made disasters in partnership with the stakeholders concerned. Resources available with the DM authorities at all levels, which are capable of discharging emergency support functions, will be made available to the nodal ministries and agencies concerned during times of such disaster(s) / impending disaster(s) . 4.3 National Executive Committee (NEC) The NEC comprises the Union Home Secretary as the Chairperson, and the Secretaries tothe GoI in the Ministries/Departments of Agriculture, Atomic Energy, Defence, Drinking Water Supply, Environment and Forests, Finance (Expenditure), Health, Power, Rural Development, Science and Technology, Space,

Telecommunications, Urban Development, Water Resources and the Chief of the Integrated Defence Staff of the Chiefs of Staff Committee as members. Secretaries in the Ministry of External Affairs, Earth Sciences, Human Resource Development, Mines, Shipping, Road Transport and Highways and the Secretary, NDMA will be special invitee to the meetings of the NEC. The NEC is the executive committee of the NDMA and is mandated to assist the NDMA in the discharge of its functions and also ensure compliance of the directions issued by the Central Government. The NEC is to coordinate the response in the event of any threatening disaster situation or disaster. The NEC will prepare the National Plan for DM based on the National Policy on DM. The NEC will monitor the implementation of Guidelines issued by NDMA. It will also perform such other

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functions as may be prescribed by the Central Government in consultation with the NDMA. 4.4 Haryana State Disaster Management Authority (HSDMA) As per section 14(1) of the DM, Act 2005, the Haryana State Disaster Management Authority headed by the Hon ble Chief Minister has been formed and notified and will lay down policies and plans for DM in the Haryana State. It will, inter alia, approve the State Plan in accordance with the Guidelines laid down by the NDMA, coordinate the implementation of the State Plan, recommend provision of funds for mitigation and preparedness measures and review the developmental plans of the different departments of the State to ensure integration of prevention, preparedness and mitigation measures. The other members of the HSDMA are as under :

1. Chief Minister, Haryana 2. Finance Minister, Haryana 3. Health Minister, Haryana 4. Rural Development & Panchayats Minister, Haryana 5. Minister of state for Revenue 6. Chief Secretary Haryana

Chairperson, Ex-officio Member Member Member

Member Member and chief Executive Officer, Ex-officio

7. Financial Commissioner, Revenue and Disaster Management, Haryana 8. Home Secretary, Haryana 9. Representative of National Disaster Management Authority

Member

Member Member

The State Government Haryana has also constituted a State Executive Committee (SEC) to assist the HSDMA in the performance of its functions. The SEC will be headed by the Chief Secretary (CS) to the State Government and coordinate and monitor the implementation of the National Policy, the National Plan and the State Plan. The SEC will also provide information to the NDMA relating to different aspects of DM. 4.5 District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) Each DDMA of Haryana will be headed by the Dy. Commissioner with the Chairman of Zila Parihad as the Co-Chairperson. DDMA will act as the planning, coordinating -33-

and implementing body for DM at District level and take all necessary measures for the purposes of DM in accordance with the Guidelines laid down by the NDMA and HSDMA. It will, inter alia, prepare the District DM plan for the District and monitor the implementation of the National Policy, the State Policy, the National Plan, the State Plan concerning its own District and prepare the District Plan. The DDMA will also ensure that the Guidelines for prevention, mitigation, preparedness and response measures laid down by NDMA and HSDMA are followed by all Departments of the State Government, at the District level and the Local Authorities in the District. 4.6 Local Authorities Local Authorities would include Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs), Municipal Corporations,Municipalities, District and Cantonment Boards and Town Planning Authorities which control and manage civic services. These bodies will prepare DM Plans in consonance with the Guidelines of NDMA, SDMAs and DDMAs and will ensure capacity building of their officers and employees for managing disasters, carry out relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction activities in the affected areas. 4.7 National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM) NIDM, in partnership with other research institutions has capacity development as one of its major responsibilities, along with training, research, documentation and development of a national level information base. It will network with other knowledge based institutions and function within the broad Policies and Guidelines laid down by NDMA. It will organise training of trainers, DM officials and other stakeholders. NIDM will strive to emerge as a Centre of Excellence in the field of DM. 4.8 National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) For the purpose of specialised response to a threatening disaster situation or disasters/ emergencies both natural and man-made such as those of CBRN origin, the DM Act, 2005 has mandated the constitution of a NDRF. The general superintendence, direction and control of this force is vested in and exercised by the NDMA and the command and supervision of the Force will vest in an officer to be appointed by the Central Government as the Director General of NDRF. Presently, the NDRF comprises eight battalions. Two additional battalions have been sanctioned by the Government and are in the process of being formed. These battalions are located at strategic locations and will be deployed proactively as required. NDRF units will

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maintain close liaison with the designated State Governments/ UTs and will be available to them in the event of any serious threatening disaster situation. While the handling of all natural disasters rests with all the NDRF battalions, presently four of them have been equipped and trained to respond to situations arising out of CBRN emergencies. In future plans exist to train rest of the battalions also for CBRN response. The NDRF units will also impart basic training to all the stakeholders identified by the State Governments in their respective locations. Further, a National Academy will be set up to provide training for trainers in DM and to meet related national and international commitments. Presently the location and area of responsibility of the various NDRF battalion in the country are as follows: Location Guwahati Kolkata Mundali Area of responsibility for natural disaster N.E. States West Bengal, Bihar, Sikkim, Jharkhand Orissa, Chhatisgarh, North Andhra Pradesh (Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam) Tamil Nadu, Kerala, South Andhra Pradesh, Puduchery, A & N Islands, Lakshadweep Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu Chandigarh, Punjab, J&K, Gaziabad battalion (Grater Himachal Pradesh Noida) U.P., Uttar Khand, Haryana, Delhi Area of responsibility for CBRN emergencies Kolkata battalion

Arakkonam battalion

Arakkonam

Pune

Pune battalion

Gandhi Nagar

Bhatinda Ghaziabad Patna* Vijayawada*

* Patna (Bihar) and Vijaywada (Andhra Pradesh) have also been approved in principle to locate NDRF battalions for natural disaster, and therefore, the area of responsibility will be readjusted once these two NDRF battalionsare made functional.

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4.9 Haryana Disaster Response Force (HDRF) The Haryana Disaster Response Force has been constituted to create response capabilities from within their existing resources. To start with, Haryana may aim at equipping and training a company of Haryana Armed Force. The SDRF will also include women members for looking after the needs of women and children. NDRF battalions and their training institutions will assist the States/UTs in this effort. In addition the Haryana Police will also be encouraged to include DM training in the basic and in-service courses of their respective Police Training Colleges for gazetted and non-gazetted police officers. 4.10 Disaster Mitigation Reserves Experience in major disasters in India in the last decade has clearly established the need for pre-positioning some essential relief and response reserves at crucial locations, including some for the high altitude areas. These reserves are intended to augment the resources at the State level. Mitigation reserves will be placed at the disposal of NDRF for enhancing their emergency response capabilities for assisting the State Governments during a disaster or disaster-like situation.

B. Existing Institutional Arrangements


4.11 Cabinet Committee on Management of Natural Calamities (CCMNC) and the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) CCMNC was constituted to oversee all aspects relating to the management of natural calamities including assessment of the situation and identification of measures and programmes considered necessary to reduce its impact, monitor and suggest long term measures for prevention of such calamities, formulate and recommend programmes for public awareness for building up society s resilience to them. The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) deals with issues related to the defence of the country, law & order and internal security, policy matters concerning foreign affairs that have internal or external security implications, and economic and political issues impinging on National security. 4.12 High Level Committee (HLC) In the case of calamities of severe nature, Inter-Ministerial Central Teams are deputed to the affected States for assessment of damage caused by the calamity and the amount of relief assistance required. The Inter Ministerial Group (IMG), headed by the Union Home Secretary, scrutinises the assessment made by the Central teams and recommends the quantum of assistance to be provided to the -36-

States from the National Calamity Contingency Fund (NCCF). However, assessment of damages by IMG in respect of drought, hail-storms, and pest attacks continue to be carried out by the Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperation. The recommendations of the IMG are considered and approved by the High Level Committee chaired by the Union Agriculture Minister. The HLC comprises the Finance Minister, Home Minister, Agriculture Minister and Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission as members. The constitution and composition of HLC may vary from time to time. The Vice Chairperson, NDMA will be a special invitee to the HLC. 4.13 Central Government In accordance with the provisions of the DM Act 2005, the Central Government will take all such measures, as it deems necessary or expedient, for the purpose of DM and will coordinate actions of all agencies. The Central Ministries and Departments will take into consideration the recommendations of the State Governments while deciding upon the various pre-disaster requirements and for deciding upon the measures for the prevention and mitigation of disasters. It will ensure that the Central Ministries and departments integrate measures for the prevention and mitigation of disasters into their developmental plans and projects, make appropriate allocation of funds for pre-disaster requirements and take necessary measures for preparedness and to effectively respond to any disaster situation or disaster. It will have the power to issue directions to NEC, State Governments/SDMAs, SECs or any of their officers or employees, to facilitate or assist in DM, and these bodies and officials will be bound to comply with such directions. The Central Government will extend cooperation and assistance to the State Governments as required by them or otherwise deemed appropriate by it. It will take measures for the deployment of the Armed Forces for DM if required. The role of the Armed Forces will be governed by the instructions laid out in Instructions on Aid to Civil Authorities 1970. The Central Government will also facilitate coordination with the UN Agencies, other International organisations and Governments of foreign countries in the field of DM. Ministry of External Affairs, in co-ordination with MHA, will facilitate external co-ordination and cooperation. 4.14 Role of Central Ministries and Departments As DM is a multi-disciplinary process, all Central Ministries and departments will have a key role in the field of DM. The Secretaries of the Nodal Ministries and Departments of GoI i.e. the Ministries of Home Affairs (MHA), Agriculture, Civil -37-

Aviation, Environment and Forests, Health, Atomic Energy, Space, Earth Sciences, Water Resources, Mines, Railways etc. are all members of the NEC and will continue to function as nodal agencies for specific disasters based on their core competencies or as assigned to them. 4.15 National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC) NCMC, comprising high level officials of the GoI headed by the Cabinet Secretary, will continue to deal with major crises which have serious ramifications. It will be supported by the Crisis Management Groups (CMG) of the Central Nodal Ministries and assisted by NEC as may be necessary. The Secretary, NDMA will be a permanent invitee to this Committee. 4.16 Haryana Governments The primary responsibility for DM rests with the Haryana Government. The institutional mechanisms put in place at the Centre, State and District levels will help the States manage disasters in an effective manner. The DM Act, 2005 mandates the Haryana Governments, inter alia, to take measures for preparation of state DM plans, integration of measures for prevention of disasters or mitigation into state development plans, allocation of funds, establishment of early warning systems and to assist the Central Government and other agencies in various aspects of DM. 4.17 Centre for Disaster Management , Haryana Institute of Public Administration, Gurgaon CDM, HIPA in partnership with NIDM and other research institutions has capacity development as one of its major responsibilities, along with training, research, documentation and development of state level information base. It will network with other knowledge based institutions and function within the broad Policies and Guidelines laid down by HSDMA. It will organise training of trainers, DM officials and other stakeholders. NIDM will strive to emerge as a Centre of Excellence in the field of DM in Haryana. 4.18 District Administration At the District level in Haryana, DDMAs will act as the planning, coordinating and implementing body for DM and will take all measures for the purposes of DM in the respective Districts in accordance with the Guidelines laid down by NDMA and HDMA.

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4.19 Management of Disasters Impacting more than one State At times, the impact of disasters occurring in one State may spread over to the areas of neighbouring States. Similarly, preventive measures in respect of certain disasters, such as floods, etc may be required to be taken in one State, though the impact of their occurrence may affect another. The administrative hierarchy of the country is organised into the National, State and District level administrations. This presents some difficulties in respect of disasters impacting more than one State. Management of such situations call for a coordinated approach which can respond to a range of issues quite different from those that normally, present themselves, before, during and after the event. NDMA will encourage identification of such situations and promote the establishment of mechanisms on the lines of Mutual Aid Agreements, for coordinated strategies, for dealing with them by the States, Central Ministries and Departments and other agencies concerned.

C. Other Important Institutional Arrangements


4.20 Armed Forces Traditionally, the Armed Forces are called upon to assist the civil administration only when the situation is beyond their coping capacity. In practice, however, the Armed Forces form an important part of the Government s response capacity and are immediate responders in all serious disaster situations. On account of their vast potential to meet any adverse challenge, speed of operational response, and the resources and capabilities at their disposal, the Armed Forces have historically played a major role in emergency support functions. These include providing services for communications, search and rescue operations, health and medical facilities and transportation, especially in the immediate aftermath of a disaster. Airlift, helilift and movement of relief assistance and emergency response to neighbouring countries primarily fall within the expertise and domain of the Armed Forces. The Armed Forces will participate in imparting training to trainers and DM managers, especially in CBRN aspects, heli-insertion, high-altitude rescue, watermanship and training of paramedics. At the National level, the Chief of the Integrated Defence Staff to the Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee is a member of the NEC. Similarly, at the State and District levels, the local representatives of the Armed Forces may be included in their executive committees to ensure closer coordination and cohesion. -39-

4.21 Central Para Military Forces (CPMFs) The CPMFs which are also the Armed Forces of the Union, play a key role at the time of immediate response to disasters. Besides contributing to the NDRF, they will develop dequate DM capabilities within their own forces and respond to disasters which may occur in the areas where they are deployed. The local representatives of the CPMFs wherever they are located may be co-opted or invited to attend the meetings of the executive committee at the State and District level. 4.22 Haryana Police Force, Home Guard and Fire Services The Haryana Police Forces, the Fire and Emergency Services and Home Guards are crucial and most immediate responders to disasters. The Police will be trained and the Fire and Emergency Services upgraded to acquire multi-hazard rescue capability. Home Guards volunteers will be trained in disaster preparedness, emergency response, community mobilisation, etc. The Haryana Government may take the help of NDMA for capacity building and sensitisation of their forces. 4.23 Civil Defence (CD) and Home Guards The mandate of the Civil Defence (CD) and the Home Guards will be redefined to assign an effective role in the field of disaster management. They will be deployed for community preparedness and public awareness. A culture of voluntary reporting to duty stations in the event of any disaster will be promoted. A proper CD set up in every District will be a boon for disaster response as the neighbourhood community is always the first responder in any disaster. The proposal to make CD District centric and be involved in disaster response has already been approved by the GoI. Its phase wise implementation has also begun. Haryana Government will ensure their operationalisation in their respective districts. 4.24 Role of National Cadet Corps (NCC), National Service Scheme (NSS) and Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) Potential of these youth based organisations will be optimised to support all community based initiatives and DM training would be included in their programmes. 4.25 International Cooperation Disasters do not recognise geographical boundaries. Major disasters may often simultaneously affect several countries. It will be the National endeavour to develop close cooperation and coordination at the International level in all spheres of DM.

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CHAPTER 5

Emergency Operation Centre 5.1 Introduction


A well coordinated and unified response of various department and agencies appropriate to the demand of the district administration in the management of disaster will minimize the hardships and improve the process of recovery. The process of confidence building and self Reliance at the district level can best be promoted through supportive and well thought- of intervention by the administration. Response Plan had been prepared to a strengthen and assist departments and district authority to mange disasters. The roles and responsibilities of various department along with the standards of the service expected, the information and monitoring tools and modes of communication, and the monitoring and evaluation department had been identified. The in addition following manuals should also be referred: Gurgaon Disaster Response plan District Resources inventory. Manual on Warning and Evaluation Manual for Emergency Operation Center. The EOC is an institutional mechanism set-up as a part of District Disaster Response Plan. The EOC, its system, and procedure are designated in such a way that information can be promptly assessed and relayed to concerned parties. Rapid dissemination contributes to appropriate and quick response backed up by effective decision making during the emergency. As the master coordination and control point for all counter disaster efforts, the EOC is the place for decision-making under a unified command. The Deputy Commissioner office has an adjoining meeting Room, which can accommodate approximately 30-40 people. Hence, this will be used in conference room. The Communication room will be located next to the Deputy Commissioner s office.

5.2 Emergency Operation Centre(EOC)


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the Responsible Officer Gurgaon is the central authority exercising emergency power to issue directives to all departments to provide Emergency Response services through IRS of Gurgaon. The Emergency Operation Centre is an offsite facilities which will be functioning from the Mini Secretariat and which is actually an augmented control room having communication facilities and space to accommodate the various Emergency Support Function. It is a combination of all concerned line department of Gurgaon Administration and other agencies whose services are generally required during incident response. The all concerned heads of the department and other agencies heads will be able to take the decision on the spot under the guidance of Dy. Commissioner (RO) and will be able to assist the Dy. Commissioner (RO) in achieving the incident objectives. The Dy. Commissioner (RO) will also ensure that the line department s do not issue parallel and contradictory instructions to their field level officers. The EOC Gurgaon will take stock of the emergency situation and assist the Dy. Commissioner (RO) Gurgaon in mobilizing the respective line department resources, manpower and expertise along with the appropriate delegated authorities for the onscene IRT(s). The EOC Gurgaon will keep the e Dy. Commissioner informed of the changing situation and support extended. The DIO would be responsible for the maintenance and update all the facilities whereas EOC responsibility would be discharged most effectively only if it has required information through fail safe communication facility and an ideal information technology solution with decision support system (DSS). Web based technology solution will further help in assessing situational awareness, decision support and multi agency coordination. It will also allow all collaborating agencies and departments inside and outside EOC environment to share information, make decision, activate plans and deploy IRTs, perform and log all necessary response and relief activities and make the EOC Gurgaon effective. The Dy. Commissioner of Gurgaon (RO) is responsible to the above capabilities in place. 5.3 Institutional Arrangements I. Under this Response Plan, all disaster specific mechanism would come under a single umbrella allowing for attending to all level of disasters with the

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by the Additional Dy. Commissioner as IC through Operation Section, Logistic Section and Planning Section Chiefs at the Gurgaon EOC. II. The Area Command is activated when span of controls become very large because of large number geographical reasons or because of large number of incidents occurring at different places at the same time. The Area Command would also be activated when a number of administrative jurisdictions are affected. It provides close supervision, support to the IRTS and resolution of conflict locally. When a number of districts gets affected involving more than one Revenue Division, the Area Command may be introduced Revenue Division wise by the Chief Secretary, Haryana as State RO. In such cases the Dy. Commissioner Gurgaon shall function as the IC and Commissioner of Gurgaon shall work as RO. 5.3.1 The roles and responsibilities of AC are as follows: a) Ensure that incident management objectives are met and do not conflict with each other; b) Allocate critical resources according to identified priorities; c) Ensure proper coordination in the management of incidents; d) Ensure resolution of all conflicts in his jurisdiction; e) Ensure effective communications; f) Identify critical resource needs and liaise with the EOC for their supply; g) Provide for accountability of personnel and ensure a safe operating environment; and h) Perform any other tasks as assigned by the RO.

Unified Command: In an incident involving multiple agencies, there is a critical need for integrating resources (men, materials and machines) into a single operational organisation that is managed and supported by one command structure. This is best established through an integrated, multi-disciplinary organisation. In IRS this critical need is addressed by the UC. The UC is a framework headed by the CM Haryana and assisted by the CS Haryana that allows all agencies with jurisdictional responsibilities for an incident, either geographical or functional, to participate in the management of the incident. This participation is demonstrated by developing and implementing a common set of incident objectives and strategies that all can subscribe to, without losing or abdicating specific agency authority, responsibilities and accountability. -43-

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Unified Command (UC) incorporates the following components: a. A set of objectives for the entire incident; b. A collective approach for developing strategies to achieve incident goals; c. Improved information flow and inter-agency coordination; d. Familiarity with responsibilities and constraints of other agencies; e. Respect for the authority or legal responsibilities of all agencies; f. Optimal synergy of all agencies for the smooth implementation of the IAP; and g. Elimination of duplication of efforts.

IV.

Public Private Partnership in Gurgaon Disaster Response Plan:

In Gurgaon, a number of community based organisations like NGOs, Self Help Groups (SHGs) Youth Organisation, Volunteers of NYK, Civil Defence (CD) and Home Guard, Cooperate Sectors etc and workers of different projects funded by Govt. of India and State Government like Natinal Rural Health Mission (NRHM), Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) etc shall volunteer their services in the aftermath of any disaster. In the Gurgaon Disaster Response Plan, these

organisations are placed in the OS through service and support Branch of the LS where the skills and services of the community shall be utilized systematically in the forms of single resource, strike team and Task Force. The Deputy Commissioner with the help of DRO, DDPO, SDMs, BDPOs, PRIs etc. will ensure that such resources at village, ward or Gram Panchayat are organized and trained to be a part of the IRT. The Public Private Partnership Team should be appropriately integrated in the Gurgaon IRTs. V. EOC Norms a) Deputy Commissioner (RO) Gurgaon shall be the EOC-in-charge, Additional Deputy Commissioner; IC in the absence of Deputy Commissioner shall be the In-charge of EOC Gurgaon. The DIO will be responsible for facilities and maintenance of the EOC Norms. b) All HODs of the departments have their chair to quickly mobilize their resources. c) The Deputy Commissioner shall ensure proper infrastructure to accommodate the other participating agencies etc. d) Following communication facilities are required: Landline, Hotline, Mobile Phone, GSM and CDMA, HAM, VHF, Wireless Coferency, Satallite Phone. e) The EOC Gurgaon have a vehicle mounted with HF, VHF and Satellite telephone for deployment in the affected site to provide immediate connectivity with the EOC and ICP. -44-

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g) h) i) j) k)

The EOC Gurgaon shall have a Map depicting affected site, resources deployed, facilities established like ICP, Staging Area, Incident Base, Relief Camp, Helipad etc. The EOC Gurgaon shall have DM Plans of all line departments. The EOC Gurgaon shall have following details: Directories with contact details of all emergency services and nodal officers; Connectivity with all sub-divisions, police stations, other district headquarters etc; Database of NGOs working in different geographical area; Demographic details of the state and district. The EOC Gurgaon will have online/Web based DSS with the availability of at least the following components. Standardization of Command Structure with the details of the earmarked and trained personnel in Gurgaon Disaster Response Plan; Proactive Planning Facilities. Comprehensive resources management system; GIS for decision support. Modeling capability for predicting causalities and resources for large scale incidents. The EOC Gurgaon will have a copy of updated socio-economic, demographic and land use planning. The EOC Gurgaon will have resource inventories of all live departments and connectivity with database of India Disaster Resource Network (IDRN) India Disaster Knowledge Network(IDKN) and corporate Disaster Resource Network (CDRN).

VI.

Normal Time Activities of EOC Gurgaon The Normal time activities of the EOC Gurgaon under the Dy. Commissioner is to : Ensure that all warning and communication systems, instruments are in working condition Receive information on a routine basis from the district departments on the vulnerability of the various Blocks and Villages to disaster. Receive reports on preparedness from the relevant district level departments and other departments based on these reports, the EOC will forward to the EOC, Haryana State and Divisional Commissioner. Upgrade and update Gurgaon Disaster Response Plan according to changing scenarios in the district. Update data bank and inventory of resources. -45-

Update all information in the GIS. Inform any changes including updating of data banks etc. to EOC, Haryana State under FCR and center for Disaster Management HIPA, Gurgaon.

Monitor

preparedness

measures

including

simulation

exercise

undertaken by various departments. Ensure proper dissemination of Gurgaon Disaster Response Plan at the district level, Local level and disaster prone areas. Identify appropriate NGOs/Private Sector Organizations. Which can be assigned the task of community level preparedness. Encourage formation of Mutual Aid and Response Group (MARG). Organize post-disaster evaluation and update Gurgaon Disaster Response Plan accordingly. Prepare reports and documentation on district level disaster events and submit the same to EOC Haryana State. VII. Dissemination of Gurgaon Disaster Response Plan.

The responsibility for dissemination of the plan is vested with DCR, at the Dy. Commissioner office. In order for the GDRP to be effective it must be disseminated at two levels; To the district authorities, Government Department, NGOs and other agencies and institutions within the district and To general public. Effective dissemination of plan requires a well designed and focused training. Training activities are carried out under the guidance and direction of Centre for DM. The training programmes are organized for different levels of functionaries from district level officials, identified NGOs/Private Sector organizations in order to equip them to extend training facilities to functionaries at block and village level as well as organize simulation exercise within the community. The EOC Gurgaon should involve NGOs in preparing suitable public awareness material to be distributed to the public. The materials for awareness programmes at community level should be prepared in the local language to ensure widespread dissemination. Media should be extensively used for public awareness programmes. These will include -46-

Newspapers including local ones TV Local cable networks Radio Folk Media Publicity material

Schools, Collages and other public institutional should be specifically targeted. It is also desirable to include mutual aid organizations and public emergency response organizations in disaster preparedness drills. The objectives of full scale drill include evaluation of the following; Practicality of the plan (structure and organization) Adequacy of communications and interactions among agencies and the public Emergency equipment effectiveness Adequacy of first aid and rescue procedures Adequacy of emergency personnel response and training Public relations skills Evacuation and count procedures III. PLAN EVALUATION

The purpose of evaluation of the Gurgaon Disaster Response Plan (GDRP) is to determine The adequacy of resources Effective IRS implementation Co-ordination between various agencies Community participation Partnership with NGOs Partnership with Corporate Sector The case of undertaking and using the plan will also be important considerations. The plan will be updated when shortcomings are observed in Organizational Structures Available technology Response mechanism following reports on drills or exercise IV. POST DISASTER EVALUATION

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Monitoring mechanism Information tools. Equipment Communication system, etc.

The impact studies on the above operations for long term preventive and mitigation efforts are to be undertaken. Evaluation exercise may be undertaken to understand the perceptions about disaster response in term of I. Adequacy of training. Alert and warning system. Control room functions. Communication plans. Security Containment Recovery procedures. Monitoring PLAN UPDATE

The GDRP is as living document and the Dy. Commissioner along with Centre for DM will update it every year taking into consideration The resource requirements. Updates on human resources. Technology to be used. Coordination issues

The following guidelines should be adhered to while updating the GDRP A procedure, should be in place to update the plan on a regular basis to ensure that the items requiring updation are considered and are current. When an amendment is made to a plan, the amendment date should be noted on the updated page of the plan and such amendments should be communicated to all plan holders. ACTIVITIES ON WARNING/ALERT OR OCCURRENCE OF DISASTER

II.

On the basis of reports from the possible disaster site, or on warning from agencies competent to issue such a warning, or on the receipt of warning or alert from Emergency Operation Centre Haryana State, the Dy. Commissioner will exercise the powers and responsibilities of the Responsible Officer. The warning or occurrence of disaster will be communicated to Chief Secretary, FCR, Special Secretary, Revenue, Emergency Operation Centre Haryana State. Office of Divisional Commissioner -48-

All district level officials, Municipal Commissioner/s of the affected areas, MARG The officials of central government located within the district. Non-officials namely, Guardian Minister of the district, Chairman, ZP President, MPs and MLAs from the district of affected area. Local unit of the Defence Services.

In the absence of Deputy Commissioner, Additional Deputy Commissioner will officiate and exercise all the powers and responsibilities of the Responsible Office. On the receipt of warning all community preparedness measures and counterdisaster measures would come into operation. Further, the occurrence of the disaster would essentially bring into force the following: The EOC Gurgaon will be expanded to include desk arrangements for HODs with responsibilities for specific tasks. All district level staff from various departments, as required by the Dy. Commissioner, will be under the direction and control of the Responsible Officer. Theses would also include the district level staff of Industrial Safety & Health Health Department Red Cross Society Food & Supply Police Zilla Parishad Municipal Authorities DHBVN Public Health PWD Transport Department Irrigation District Industries Centre Telecommunication

Leave of all officer and staff working with the above organizations, as requisitioned by the Responsible Officer, would automatically stand cancelled and the organisation would direct their staff to report on duty immediately. The Responsible Officer may in case of large-scale disasters get in touch with the local Army/Navy/Air Force units for incidence response like rescue, evacuation and emergency relief measure. The Responsible Officer will have the authority to requisition resources, materials and equipments from private sector. The Responsible Officer will have power to direct the industry to activate their onsite plan and seek assistance from MARG, if required.

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The Responsible Officer will activate Gurgaon Response Plan with Operatio, Logistic and Planning Section desk arrangements. The Responsible Officer will authorize establishment of transit and/or relief camps, feeding centers and cattle camps through Operation and Logistic Section. An on-going wireless, communication and contact from the EOC, Gurgoan to the Operation Section Chief, Site Operations Bases, Transit Camps, Feeding Centre, Relief Camps and Cattle Camps will be activated. The Responsible Officer will send the Preliminary Information Report and Action Taken Report, as per the available information, to the Chief Secretary/ Relief Commissioner/ Emergency Operation Centre Haryana State and the Divisional Commissioner. The Responsible Officer and his/her behalf will authorize immediate evacuation whenever necessary.

In the event of possibilities of disaster in adjoining districts, including those beyond the state borders, the Responsible Officer will issue the alert warning to the concerned district authorities.

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CHAPTER 6

Response Plan
This Response Plan is a need based flexible plan. All the components need not to be activated simultaneously. As it will depend upon the nature and requirements of the incident. Each activated Section, Branch and Unit must have a person incharge to perform its role. In some cases, because of lack of personnel, a single supervisor has been made in charge of more than one Task Force/Unit. It should be clearly understood that in such cases the Task Force do not get merged/ amalgamated. Their functioning would continue to be independent. The plan elements that are no longer required should be shall deactivated to reduce the size of the organization and to ensure appropriate use of resources. The response plan consists of two points i.e. one for Earthquake, Flood, Drought, Fire, Industiral & Chemical Hazards, Epidemic etc. And another for Crisis Management like Hastage, Serial Bomblast, Kidnapping, CBRN, Assignation etc. The first part of Gurgaon Response Plan functions through Incident Response Team (IRTs) in the field in line with our administration structure and IRS Guidelines (NDMA) Act 2005. Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Gurgaon has been designated as Responsible Officer (RO) and overall incharge of the Incident Response Management. The DC may however delegate responsibilities to the Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) of Gurgaon as IC, who in turn will manage the Incident through IRTs. The IRTs will be pre-designated from District to affected areas. On receipt of early warning, the RO will activate them. In case of a disaster occurs, without any warning, the local IRT will respond and contact RO for further support, if required. The Gurgaon City Magistrate (CTM) has been designated for proper coordination between the District, State and National Level. In addition to his roles and responsibility as Liason Officer, CTM will also activate air support, if required. A part from RO and CTM, Nodal officer (NO), the Response Plan has two main components: a) Command Staff b) General Staff.

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Deputy Commissioner As Responsible Officer (RO)

Addl. Deputy Commissioner As Incident Commander (IC) Deputy Commissioner of Police (HQ) As Safety Officer (SO)

District Public Relation Officer (DPRO) As Information & Media Officer (IMO)

City Magistrate (CTM) As Liaison Officer (LO)

Jt. Commissioner I, II, III, IV As Operation Section Chief

SDM I. II, Pataudi As Operation Section Chief (Rest of Gurgaon

Add. Deputy Commissioner As Planning Section Chief

District Revenue Officer (DRO) As Logistic Section Chief (LSC)

Fig. 1 Composition of Command Staff.

A: COMMAND STAFF
The Gurgaon Command Staff consist of ADC as Incident Commander (IC), District Public Relation Officer (DPRO) as Information & Media Officer (IMO), Joint Director, Industiral Safety & Heatlh as Safety Officer (SO) and CTM as Liaison Officer (LO). They shall report directly to the IC and may have assistants. The main function of the command staff is to assist the IC in the discharge of his functions.

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III. Roles and Responsibilities of Deputy Commissioner as Responsible Officer (RO), Gurgaon i. Ensure that IRTs are formed at District, Sub-Division, Tehsil/Block levels and IRS is integrated in the District DM Plan as per Section 31 of the DM Act, 2005. This may be achieved by issuing a Standing Order by the RO to Addl. Commissioner, SDMs and other officers. ii. Ensure web based / on line Decision Support System (DSS) is in place in EOC and connected with Sub-Divsion and Tehsil / Block level IRTs for support; iii. Ensure that toll free emergency numbers existing for Police, Fire and Medical support etc. are linked to the EOC for response, command and control. For e.g., if there is any fire incident, the information should not only reach the fire station but also the EOC and the nearest hospital to gear up the emergency medical service; iv. Obtain funds from capacity Building Fund of State Government and ensure that a training calendar for IRTs of District is prepared and members of IRTs are trained through Centre for Disaster Management HIPA. v. Delegate authorities to the IC;

vi. Activate IRTs at District headquarter, Sub-Division, Tehsil / Block levels, as and when required; vii. viii. Appoint/deploy, terminate and demobilize IC and IRT(s) as and when required; Decide overall incident objectives, priorities and ensure that various objectives do not conflict with each other; ix. x. xi. xii. Ensure that IAP is prepared by the IC and implemented; Remain fully briefed on the IAP and its implementation ; Coordinate all response activities; Give directions for the release and use of resources available with any department of the Government, Local Authority, Public & Private sector etc. in the District; xiii. Ensure that local Armed Forces Commanders are involved in the planning process and their resources are appropriately dovetailed, if required;

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xiv.

Ensure that when Armed Forces arrive in support for disaster response, their logistic requirements like camping grounds, potable water, electricity and requirement of vehicles etc. are in place;

xv.

Appoint a CTM as NO at the District level to organize Air Operations in coordination with the State and Central Government NO. Also ensure that all ICs of IRTs of the District are aware of it;

xvi.

Ensure that the NGOs carry out their activities in an equitable and nondiscriminatory manner;

xvii. xviii. xix.

Deploy the District Headquarter IRTs at the incident site, in case required; Ensure that effective communications are in place; Ensure that pocket telephone directory of all ESF is prepared and available with EOC and members of IRTs;

xx.

Ensure provision for accountability of personnel and a safe operating environment;

xxi.

In case of L2 Level situation deteriorates, the RO may assume the role of the IC and may seek support from the State level RO;

xxii.

Mobilize experts and consultants from the relevant fields to advise and assist as may deem necessary. List of such consultants/Exoerts should be identified and documented well in advance;

xxiii.

Procure exclusive or preferential use of amenities from any authority or person;

xxiv. Conduct post response review on performance of IRTs and take appropriate steps to improve performance; and xxv. Take other necessary action as the situation demands.

IV. Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) as IC The IC is the overall in-charge for the management of on site response to any incident. IC is appointed by the Dy. Commissioner (RO). IC may have a deputy with him depending upon the magnitude and nature of the incident. For assistance and management of the incident there shall be two sets of staff: a) Command Staff and b) General Staff.

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Command Staff :

The command staff comprises ADC as IC, District Public Relation Officer as Information & Media Officer (IMO), Joint Director, Industrial Safety and Health as Safety Officer (SO), and CTM as (LO). Roles and Responsibilities of ADC as Incident Commander (IC) i. Obtain information on:

a. situation status like number of people and the area affected etc.; b. availability and procurement of resources; c. requirement of facilities like Incident Command Post (ICP), Staging Area, Incident Base, Camp, Relief Camp, etc.; d. availability and requirements of Communication system; e. future weather forcast from IMD; and f. any other information required for response from all available sources and analyze the ii. situation.

Determine incident objectives and strategies based on the available information and resources;

iii.

Establish immediate priorities, including search & rescue and relief distribution strategies;

iv. v.

Assess requirements for maintenance of law and order, traffic etc. if any at the incident site, and make arrangements with help of the local police; Brief higher authorities about the situation as per Incident briefing form - 001 (Annexure-I) and request for additional resources, if required;

vi.

Extend support for implementation of Area Command (AC) and Unified Command (UC) if considered necessary by the RO;

vii.

Establish appropriate IRS organization with Sections, Branches, Divisions, Units/ Task Force based on the span of control and scale of the incident;

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Establish ICP at a suitable place. There will be one ICP even if the incident is multi-jurisdictional. Even a mobile van with complete communication equipment and appropriate personnel may be used as ICP. In case of total destruction of

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location. But there should be proper and fail safe contact with the ICP in order to provide quick assistance; ix. x. Ensure that the IAP is prepared; Ensure that team members are briefed on performance of various activities as per IAP; xi. Approve and authorize the implementation of an IAP and ensure that IAP is regularly developed and updated as per debriefing of IRT members. It will be reviewed every 24 hours and circulated to all concerned; xii. Ensure that planning meetings are held at regular intervals. The meetings will draw out an implementation strategy and IAP for effective incident response. The decision to hold this meeting is solely the responsibility of the IC. Apart from other members, ensure that Planning Section Chief (PSC) attend all briefing and debriefing meetings; xiii. xiv. Ensure that all Sections or Units are working as per IAP; Ensure that adequate safety measures for responders and affected communities are in place; xv. Ensure proper coordination between all Sections of the IRT, agencies working in the response activities and make sure that all conflicts are resolved; xvi. Ensure that computerized and web based IT solutions are used for planning, resource mobilization and deployment of trained IRT members; xvii. Consider requirement of resources, equipment which are not available in the functional jurisdiction, discuss with PSC and Logistic Section Chief (LSC) and inform RO regarding their procurement; xviii. Approve and ensure that the required additional resources are procured and issued to the concerned Sections, Branches and Units etc. and are properly utilized. On completion of assigned work, the resources will be returned immediately for utilization elsewhere or to the department concerned; xix. If required, establish contact with PRIs, ULBs, CBOs, NGOs etc. and seek their cooperation in achieving the objectives of IAP and enlist their support to act as local guides in assisting the external rescue and relief teams;

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Approve the deployment of volunteers and such other personnel and ensure that they follow the chain of command;

xxi. xxii.

Authorize release of information to the media; Ensure that the record of resources mobilized from outside is maintained so that prompt payment can be made for hired resources;

xxiii.

Ensure that Incident Status Summary (ISS) is completed and forwarded to the RO (IRS form-002 is enclosed at Annexure-II);

xxiv. Recommend demobilization of the IRT, when appropriate; xxv. Review public complaints and recommend suitable grievance redressal measures to the RO; xxvi. Ensure that the NGOs and other social organizations deployed in the affected

sites are working properly and in an equitable manner. IC may ensure proper coordination among NGOs. xxvii. Ensure preparation of After Action Report (AAR) prior to the demobilization of the IRT on completion of the incident response. xxviii. Perform any other duties that may be required for the management of the incident; xxix. Ensure that the record of various activities performed (IRS Form-004 enclosed in Annexure-IV) by members of Branches, Divisions, Units/Groups are collected and maintained in the Unit Log (IRS Form-003 enclosed at Annexure-III); and xxx. V. i. Perform such other duties as assigned by RO.

Roles and Responsibilities of DPRO & Media Officer (IMO) Prepare and release information about the incident to the media agencies and others with the approval of IC;

ii.

Jot down decisions taken and directions issued in case of sudden disasters when the IRT has not been fully activated and hand it over to the PS on its activation for incorporation in the IAP;

iii.

Ask for additional personnel support depending on the scale of incident and workload;

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Monitor and review various media reports regarding the incident that may be useful for incident planning;

v. vi. vii.

Organize IAP meetings as directed by the IC or when required; Coordinate with IMD to collect weather information and disseminate it to all concerned; Maintain record of various activities performed as per IRS Form-004 (AnnexureIV); and

viii.

Perform such other duties as assigned by IC.

VI.

Roles and Responsibilities of CTM as LO The LO is the focal point of contact for various line departments, representatives

of NGOs, PRIs and ULBs etc. participating in the response. The LO is the point of contact to assist the first responders, cooperating agencies and line departments. LO may be designated depending on the number of agencies involved in the spread of affected area.

i.

Maintain a list of concerned line departments, agencies (CBOs, NGOs, etc.) and their representatives at various locations;

ii.

Carry out liaison with all concerned agencies including National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and Armed Forces, Haryana Disaster Response Force (HDRF) and line departments of Government;

iii. iv.

Monitor Operations to identify current or potential inter-agency problems; Participate in planning meetings and provide information on response by participating agencies;

v. vi.

Ask for personnel support if required; Keep the IC informed about arrivals of all the Government and Non Government agencies and their resources;

vii.

Help in organizing briefing sessions of all Governmental and Non Governmental agencies with the IC;

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Maintain record of various activities performed as per IRS Form-004 (AnnexureIV); and

ix.

Perform such other duties as assigned by IC.

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Roles and Responsibilities of Joint Director, Industrial Safety & Health as Safety Officer (SO) The SO s function is to develop and recommend measures for ensuring safety of

personnel, and to assess and/or anticipate hazardous and unsafe situations. The SO is authorized to stop/prevent unsafe activities and shall. SO may also give general advice on safety of affected communities.

i.

Recommend measures for assuring safety of responders and to assess or anticipate hazardous and unsafe situations and review it regularly;

ii. iii. iv. v.

Ask for assistants and assign responsibilities as required; Participate in planning meetings for preparation of IAP; Review the IAP for safety implications; Obtain details of accidents that have occurred within the incident area if required or as directed by IC and inform the appropriate authorities;

vi. vii.

Review and approve the Site Safety Plan, as and when required; Maintain record of various activities performed as per IRS Form-004 (AnnexureIV); and

viii. B:

Perform such other duties as assigned by IC. GENERAL STAFF The general staff consist of the Operation Section (OS), Planning Section (PS)

and Logistic Section (LS) each having a specific function in the overall response.

I. OPERATION SECTION (OS)


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(OSC). In addition, a deputy may be appointed to assist the OSC for discharging functions depending on the magnitude of the work load. OS is further sub-divided into Branches, Divisions and Task Forces which assist the OSC / IC in the execution of the field operations. Sr.No. Name of the Disaster/Crisis Operation Section Chief 1. Earthquake, Flood, Drought, Municipal Area Outside Municipal Hailstorm, Fire, Epidemic, Area Industrial & Chemical, Major Jt. Commissioner SDM I, II & Pataudi I, II, III, IV Railway Accidents, Air Crash/ Rail/Road/Metro Accident, Mass Casualty Management, Major Structural Collapse 2. Law & Order, Terrorism or Refer State Crisis Management Plan. hostage, Major Road Accidents, CBRN Roles and Responsibilities of SDMs/ Joint Commissioner (MC)as Operation Section Chief (OSC) i. ii. iii. Coordinate with the activated Section Chiefs; Manage all field operations for the accomplishment of the incident objectives; Ensure the overall safety of personnel involved in the OS and the affected communities; iv. Deploy, activate, expand and supervise organizational elements (Branch, Division, Group, etc,) in his Section in consultation with IC and in accordance with the IAP; v. Assign appropriate personnel, keeping their capabilities for the task in mind and maintain On Duty Officers list (IRS Form-007) for the day (Annexure-VII); vi. vii. viii. Request IC for providing a Deputy OSC for assistance, if required; Brief the personnel in OS at the beginning of each operational period; Ensure resolution of all conflicts, information sharing, coordination and cooperation between the various Branches of Section; ix. x. xi. Prepare Section Operational Plan in accordance with the IAP; if required; Suggest expedient changes in the IAP to the IC; Consult the IC from time-to-time and keep him fully briefed; -60-

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Determine the need for additional resources and place demands accordingly and ensure their arrival; Ensure record of various activities performed (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) by members of Branches, Divisions, Units/Groups are collected and maintained in the Unit Log IRS Form-003 (enclosed in Annexure-III); and

xiv. B.

Perform such other duties as assigned by RO / IC. Staging Area Staging Area is the area where resource mobilized are collected and accounted

for operation which will include things like food, vehicle, and drinking water and other materials and equipment. The Staging area will be established at a suitable area near the affected site for immediate, effective and quick deployment of resources more than one SA can be established if required. The overall Incharge of SA will be concerned Tehsildar. who needs to work in close liaison with both the logistics section and planning section through the OSC. Tao Devi Lal National Stadium, Colleges, Schools, Panchayat Bhawans, Community center, Chopals and other open area accessible by road can be used as Staging Area. Roles and Responsibility of Tehsildar as Staging Area Manager (SAM),

i.

Establish the SA with proper layout, maintain it in an orderly condition and ensure that there is no obstruction to the incoming and outgoing vehicles, resources etc;

ii.

Ensure that communications are established with the ICP and other required locations e.g. different SAs, Incident Base, Camp, Relief Camp etc;

iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix.

Organize storage and dispatch of resources received and dispatch it as per IAP; Report all receipts and dispatches to OSC and maintain their records; Manage all activities of the SA; Utilize all perishable supplies expeditiously; Establish check-in function as appropriate; Request maintenance and repair of equipment at SA, as needed Maintain and provide resource status to PS and LS; -61-

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Demobilize SA in accordance with the Demobilization Plan (IRS Form-010 Annexure-X); Maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 AnnexureIV) and send to Sections concerned; and

xi.

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Perform any other duties as assigned by OSC. Response Branch

Response Branches are the key branches to deal with the disaster situation and perform various functions. All the Branch Directors will work under OSC. Depending on the scale of disaster, the Response Branch Director (RBD) shall have to expand the number of Groups which in turn may require creation of Division. This structure is meant for close supervision by the OSC in the management of a large incident.

Branch Division

Group/Task Force A

Group/Task Force A

Group/Task Force A

Group/Task Force A

Group/Task Force A

Strike Team/ Single Resource

Strike Team/ Single Resource

Strike Team/ Single Resource

Strike Team/ Single Resource

Strike Team/ Single Resource

The ideal span for supervision is 1:5. i.e. one Branch Director can supervise up to five Divisions, one Division Supervisor can supervise up to five task Forces and so. More Branches, Divisions, Task Forces may be formed as required.

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4.1.1 List of Response Branch Director s Sr.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Source : Name of Department Police Fire Health Food & Supply PWD (B&R) Public Health Irrigation Transport Electricity Communication Municipal Corp. HUDA Animal Husbandry Agriculture & Horticulture GM, Haryana Roadways HSIIDC Forest Industrial safety See chapter No. 7 Response Branch Director s (By Designation) Addittional Commissioner of Police Senior Fire Officer Deputy Civil Medical Officer (M) District Food & Supply Officer Executive Engineers Executive Engineers, Gurgaon & Sohna Executive Engineers Asstt. Secretary, Transport Office, Gurgaon Executive Engineers, DHBVN Manger, BSNL Superintending Engineers Executive Engineers Dy. Directors Dy. Directors Transport Manager Dy. General Manager Div. Forest Officer Dy. Directors, Industrial safety

4.1.2 Roles and Responsibility of RBD i. Work under the supervision of the OSC and is responsible for the implementation of IAP as per the assigned role; ii. iii. Attend planning meetings as required by the OSC; Review Assignment Lists (IRS Form-005 Annexure -V) for Divisions or Groups under his Branch; iv. v. vi. vii. Assign specific tasks to Division and Groups-in-Charge; Supervise Branch functions; Resolve conflicts reported by subordinates; Report to OSC regarding modifications required if any in the IAP, need for additional resources, availability of surplus resources and when hazardous situations or significant events occur, etc.

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Provide Single Resource, Strike Team and Task Force support to various operational areas;

ix.

Ensure that all team leaders maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) relating to their field Operations and send to OSC;

ix. Perform any other duties assigned by the OSC; 4.1.3 List of Division s Supervisor List Sr.No 1. 2. 3. Name of Department Police Fire Health Division s Supervision (By Designation) Additional Commissioner of Police Fire Station Officer Dy. Civil Medical Officer (M,H, Malaria, TB& Aids, School health) Assistant Food & Supply Officers Sub Divisional Engineers Sub Divisional Engineers Sub Divisional Engineers Time Manage/ Workshop Manager Sub Divisional Engineers SDOs Engineers Sub Divisional Engineers Vetnary Surgeon BAOs Work Manager Senior Managers Assistant Conservator, officers Assistant Directors

4. Food & Supply 5. PWD (B&R) 6. Public Health 7. Irrigation 8. Transport 9. Electricity 10. Communication 11. Municipal Corp. 12. HUDA 13. Animal Husbandry 14. Agriculture & Horticulture 15. GM, Haryana Roadways 16. HSIIDC 17. Forest 18. Industrial safety Source : See chapter No. 7

4.1.4 Role & Responsibilities of Division Supervisor i. ii. iii. iv. Implement Division assignment list; Assign resources within the Division under them; Report on the progress of Operations, and the status of resources within the Division; Circulate Organisational Assignment List (Divisional) (IRS Form-005 Annexure V) to the leaders of the Group, Strike Team and Task Force;

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v.

Review assignments and incident activities with subordinates and assign tasks as per the situation;

vi. vii. viii.

Coordinate activities with adjacent Divisions, if required; Submit situation and resource status to the RBD and the OSC; Report all hazardous situations, special occurrences or significant events (e.g., accidents, sickness, deteriorating weather conditions, etc.) to the RBD and the OSC;

ix. x. xi.

Resolve problems within the Division; Participate in the development of IAP for next operational period, if required; Ensure that record of various activities performed (IRS Form-004 AnnexureIV) are collected and sent to the RBD and OSC; and

xii.

Perform any other duties as assigned by the RBD/OSC.

4.1.5 List of Group Leaders/ Task Force Leaders Sr.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Source : Name of Department Police Fire Health Food & Supply PWD (B&R) Public Health Irrigation Transport Electricity Communication Municipal Corp. HUDA Animal Husbandry Agriculture & Horticulture GM, Haryana Roadways HSIIDC Forest Industrial safety See chapter No. 7 Group Leaders/ Task Force Leader (By Designation) Station Head Officers Leading Firemens Senior Medical officers Inspepector/Sub Inspectors Food & Supply Junior Engineers Junior Engineers Junior Engineers Junior Engineers Junior Engineers Junior Engineers Junior Engineers Doctors ADOs Duty Inspectors/ Formans Managers Assistant Conservator of Forest Safety Officers

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4.1.6 Role & Responsibilities of Group Leaders & Task Force Leaders i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. Ensure transportation of resources by road to the effected sites; Requisition additional personnel support, if required; Attend planning meetings on the direction of OSC; Determine coordination procedures with various destinations as per IAP; Ensure proper parking locations; Resolve conflicts of the Group, if any; Update Road Operation plan as required and share them with higher authorities; In case of accidents, inform the TDB, the local police and provide assistance in investigation, if required; ix. Ensure that mechanics are available for repair of vehicles are also ensure adequate availability of Petrol, Oil, Lubricants (POL); x. Maintain the records of all important activities relating to the number of vehicles deployed, sources of vehicles (i.e. Government or private), locations where vehicles are deployed along with resource details they are carrying, etc.; xi. Support and coordinate the Road Operations part of the Rail, Water, and Air Operations as required; xii. Collect the records of various activities performed ( enclosed in Annexure-IV) from coordinator and other members and send to TBD / OSC; and xiii. Perform any other assigned by the TBD / OSC

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B: PLANNING SECTION (PS)

Planning Section(PS) comprises of Tehcnical Support Committee (TSC) Resource Unit, Situation Unit, Documentation Unit and Demobilization Unit (Flow Chart). The Section is headed by a chief known as Planning Section Chief

Additional Deputy Commissioner As Planning Section Chief (PSC) Technical Support Committee Members: CMO, DFSO, DCP (HQ), Suptt. Engineer (PWD, PH, Electricity, Irrigation), DDPOs, DEO, DWO, Distt. Child welfare officer, Chief Engineer (M.C.), Dy. Director (AH, Agriculture), Sr. Town Planner, DTO, GM (Haryana Roadways), Estate Officer HUDA, DCP (Crime, East, North, West, South) and other Technical Experts appointed by Responsible Officer

Resource Unit Leader : DTP, Gurgaon

Situation Unit Leader (SUL) : District Planning Officer/ District. Statistical Officer Display Observer : Naib Tehsildar (Designated by RO/IC) Field Observer : Patwari (Respective area)

Documentation Unit Leader : Sr. Town Planner HUDA

Demobilization Unit Leader: Tehsildar (Designated by RO/IC)

Status Recorder ATP, Gurgaon

Flow Chart : Composition of Planning Section

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Planning Section Chief (PSC) The Planning Section Chief is responsible for collection, evaluation,

dissemination and use of information. It keeps track of the developing scenario and status of the resources. In case of need the PS may also have Technical Specialist for addressing the technical planning matters in the management of an incident. A list of such specialists will be kept available in the PS. The PSC reports to the IC and will be responsible for the activation of Units and deployment of personnel in his Section as per requirement. Roles and Responsibilities of ADC as PSC i. Coordinate with the activated Section Chiefs for planning and preparation of IAP in consultation with IC; ii. Ensure collection, evaluation, and dissemination of information about the incidents including weather,forecast, environment toxicity, availability of

resources etc. from concerned departments and other sources. The PS must have a databank of available resources with their locations from where it can be mobilized; iii. Coordinate by assessing the current situation, predicting probable course of the incident and preparing alternative strategies for the Operations by preparing the IAP. The IAP contains objectives reflecting the overall incident strategy and specific tactical actions and supporting information for the next operational period (24 hours is considered as one operational period). The plan may be oral or written. Written plan may have a number of attachments, including incident objectives, organization assignment list (IRS Form-005 Annexure-V), incident communication plan (IRS Form-009 Annexure-IX), demobilization plan (IRS Form-010 Annexure-X), traffic plan, safety plan, and incident map etc. The major steps for preparing IAP are as follows; a. Initial information and assessment of the damage and threat; b. Assessment of resources required; -68-

c. Formation of incident objectives and conducting strategy meetings; d. Operations briefing; e. Implementation of IAP; f. Review of the IAP; and g. Formulation of incident objectives for the next operational period, if required; i. ensure that Incident Status Summary (IRS Form-002 Annexure-II) is filled and incorporated in the IAP; ii. ensure that Organizational Assignment List (Divisional) (IRS Form-005 Annexure Section; iii. plan to activate and deactivate IRS organizational positions as appropriate, in consultation with the IC and OSC; iv. v. determine the need for any specialized resources for the incident management; Utilize IT Solutions for pro-active planning, GIS for decision support and hazard modeling capabilities for assessing and estimating causalities and for V) is circulated among the Unit leaders and other responders of his

comprehensive response management plan. vi. vii. viii. report to the IC of any significant changes that take place in the incident status; assign appropriate personnel, keeping their capabilities for the tasks in mind and maintain On Duty Officers List (IRS Form-007) for the day (Annexure-VII); oversee preparation and implementation of Incident Demobilization Plan (IRS Form-010 Annexure-X); ix. ensure that record of various activities performed (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) by members of Units are collected and maintained in the Unit Log (IRS Form003 Annexure-III); and x. Perform any other duties assigned by IC.

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nearing completion, the resources mobilized for response need to be returned. This should be done in a planned and phased manner. Demobilization requires organizing transportation of both equipment and personnel to a large number of different places both near and far away.

Roles and Responsibilities of District Town Planner, as Resource Unit Leader (RUL) i. Maintain and display the status of all assigned resources (Primary and Support) at the incident site by overseeing the check-in of all resources, and maintaining a resource status-keeping system. Primary resources are meant for responders and support resources are meant for affected communities; ii. Compile a complete inventory of all resources available. He will also access information about availability of all required resources at other locations and prepare a plan for their mobilisation, if required. IDRN, CDRN and IDKN facilities will also be used for this purpose; iii. iv. Ensure and establish Check-in function at various incident locations; Update the PSC and IC about the status of resources received and despatched from time to time; v. Coordinate with the various activated Branches, Divisions and Groups of OS for checking status and utilisation of allotted resources; vi. vii. Ensure quick and proper utilisation of perishable resources; Maintain record of various activities performed as per IRS Form-004 (enclosed in Annexure-IV) and send to Section concerned; and viii. Perform any other duties assigned by PSC. Status Recorder Role and Responsibilities of ATP as SR i. ii. Report to the RUL; Ensure that all resources assigned to an incident are accounted for at each check-in point; -70-

iii.

Obtain required work materials, including Check-in Lists, Resource Status display boards showing different locations for deployment of resources, collection of resources with time of arrival and type of resources etc. The status of resources would be displayed through T card board or through a computerised programme on the computers;

iv. v.

Establish communications with the EOC and Ground Support Unit (GSU) of LS; Ensure displays of check-in locations on signboard so that arriving resources can easily locate the Check-in location(s);

vi.

Enter or record information on Incident Check-in and deployment list as per the (IRS Form-006 Annexure VI);

vii.

Transmit Incident Check-in and deployment information to Resource Unit on a regular and prearranged schedule or as needed;

viii. Forward completed Check-in Lists to the Resource Unit; ix. Maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) and send to Sections concerned; and xi. Perform any other duties as assigned by PSC.

Situation Unit (SU) Roles and Responsibilities of DPO/DSO as Situation Unit Leader (SUL) i. Collect, process and organise all incident information as soon as possible for analysis. For such purposes, he can take the help of members of the Single Resource, Task Forces, Strike Teams, field level Government officers and members of PRIs, CBOs, NGOs etc; ii. Prepare periodic future projections of the development of the incident (along with maps if required) and keep the PSC and IC informed; iii. iv. v. Prepare situation and resource status reports and disseminate as required; Provide authorised maps, photographic services to responders, if required; Attend IAP Meeting with required information, data, documents and Survey of India maps etc;

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Maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) and send to Section concerned; and

vii.

Perform such other duties assigned by SUL or PSC.

Display Observer (DO) Roles and Responsibilities of DO i. The DO is responsible for the display of incident status information obtained from Field Observers (FOs), Single Resource, Strike Teams, Task Forces, and through other sources ii. The DO will display incident status obtained from Field Observers (FOs), Single Resource, Strike Teams, Task Forces, aerial photographs and other data received from technical sources; iii. iv. v. vi. vii. Report to the SUL; Ensure timely completion of display chart; Obtain necessary equipment and stationery; Assist in analyzing and evaluating field reports; Maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) and send to the SUL; and viii. Perform such other duties as assigned by SUL or PSC.

Field Observer (FO) Roles and Responsibilities of Patwaris as Field Observer (FO) The FO is responsible for collecting situation information from personal observations of the incident and provides this information to the SUL. The FO will; i. report to SUL immediately on any situation observed which may cause danger and safety hazard to responders and affected communities. This should also include local weather conditions; ii. iii. gather intelligence that may facilitate better planning and effective response; maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) and send to the SUL; and -72-

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perform such other duties as assigned by SUL or PSC

Documentation Unit Roles and Responsibilities of STP (HUDA), as Documentation Unit Leader (DUL) i. Ensure that all the required forms and stationery are procured and issued to all the activated Sections, Branches, Divisions, Groups and Units; ii. Compile all information and reports related to the incident;

iii. Review and scrutinize the records and various IRS forms for accuracy and completeness; iv. Inform appropriate Units of errors or omissions in their documentation, if any, and ensure that errors and omissions are rectified; iv. v. Store files properly for post-incident analysis; Maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 AnnexureIV) and send to Sections concerned; and vi. Perform any other duties as assigned by the PSC.

Demobilization Unit (DU) The management of a large incident, demobilization can be quite a complex activity and requires proper and separate planning. When the disaster response is nearing completion, the resources mobilized for response need to be returned. This should be done in a planned and phased manner. Demobilization requires organising transportation of both equipment and personnel to a large number of different places both near and far away. The Demob. Unit will prepare the demobilization plan in consultation with RO, IC and PSC. The plan should include the details of the responders to be demobilized, the date, mode of transport, location from where they will be demobilized, the destination where they have to finally reach etc. There will be a similar plan for out of service equipment and sick personnel also. Roles and Responsibilities of Tehsildar (Designated by RO/IC as Demobilization Unit Leader (DUL) -73-

The Tehsildar Sohna (DUL) will: i. ii. Prepare Incident Demobilization Plan (IDP) as per (IRS Form-010 Annexure-X); Identify surplus resources and prepare a tentative IDP in consultation with the PSC and give priority to demobilization of surplus resources; iii. Develop incident check-out functions for Sections, Branches, Divisions and units in consultation with all Sections and send to the PS; iv. Plan for logistics and transportation support for Incident Demobilization in consultation with LS; v. Disseminate IDP at an appropriate time to various stakeholders involved;

vi. Ensure that all Sections, Units, Teams and Resources understand their specific Incident Demobilization responsibilities and avail Demobilization facilities; vii. Arrange for proper supervision and execution of the IDP; viii. Brief the PSC on the progress of Demobilization; ix. Request the PSC for additional human resources, if required;

C: LOGISTIC SECTION (LS)


Logistic Section (LS) provide all logistic support for effective response management. The Units under different Branches of LS are responsible not only for the supply of various kinds and types of resources, but also for the setting up of different facilities like the Incident Base, Camps, ICP and Relief Camp etc. This would entail the involvement of several line departments of Government and other agencies. It would require a proper and smooth coordination at the highest level of the administration. The LS will work closely with the RO, EOC and the IC. The State and District DM plans will have comprehensive details like where the required resources can be procured from and manpower mobilized, etc. IDKN, IDRN and CDRN may also be useful for the mobilization of equipment and manpower.

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Logistic Section Chief : District Revenue Officer (DRO)

Service & Support Branch Director : Distt. Revenue Officer Communication Unit Leader: Dy. S.P. Communication BSNL DET Medical Unit Leader : Dy. CMO (Trg.) Resource Provisioning Unit leader : Naib Tehsildar (Agr.) Facilities Unit Leader : Naib Tehsildar (L/M) Ground Support Unit Leader : Naib Tehsildar Accounts

Finance Branch Director Chief Accounts Officer M.C. Gurgaon Time and Cost Leader : Dy. Supdt. Revenue

Compensation Claim Unit Leader : Naib Tehsildar Accounts (SK) Procurement Unit Leader: Sect. Red Cross/ Nazar

Food Unit Leader Distt. Food & Supply Controller

Fig.4 Composition of Logistic Section DRO as Logistic Section Chief (LSC), Gurgaon The Logistic Section comprises Services, Support and Finance Branches. Structure and details of each Branch are shown in Fig.4. The activation of various Branches of the LS is context specific and would depend upon the enormity and requirements of the incident. The Finance Branch (FB) constitutes an important component of the LS to specially facilitate speedy procurement and proper accounting financial procedures and rules. District Revenue Officer may assign work locations and Preliminary work, tasks to Section Personnel, identify service & support requirements for planned & expected operations, recommend release of unit resources & maintain activity details. District Revenue Officer may also assign appropriate personnel, keeping their capabilities for -75-

the tasks to be carried out and maintain On Duty Officers List (IIRS FORM-007) for the day as enclosed in annexure-VIII Roles and responsibility of DRO as LSC i. ii. Participate in the development and implementation of the IAP; Ensure that Organizational assignment list (Divisional) IRS FORM-005 annexure-V is circulated among the Branch Directors and other responders of the Section; iii. iv. request for sanction of Imprest Fund, if required anticipate over all logistic requirements for relief Operations and prepare accordingly; v. vi. assign work locations and preliminary work tasks to Section personnel Constantly review the communication plan, Medical plan and Traffic Plan to meet the changing requirements of the situation; vii. viii. Provide logistic support for the IDP as approved by the RO and IC; assess the requirement of additional resources and take steps for their procurement in consultation with the RO and IC; ix. ensure that the hiring of the requisitioned resources is properly documented and paid by the FB; x. assign appropriate personnel, keeping their capabilities for the tasks to be carried out and maintain On Duty Officers List (IRS Form-007) for the day (AnnexureVII); xi. ensure that cost analysis of the total response performed (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) by members of Branches and Units are collected and maintained in the Unit Log (IRS Form 003 Annexure-III); and xii. Perform any other duties as assigned by the RO or IC.

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and SDMs (OSC). He/She shall supervise Communication Food & Medical Unit of Service Branch and Resource Provisioning, Facilities and Group Support Unit of Support Branch. Roles and Responsibility of DRO as Branch Director Service & Support Branch i. Discuss with the activated Unit Leaders for the materials and resources required and procure the same through LS; ii. iii. iv. ensure proper dispatch of personnel, teams, resources etc as per the IAP; keep the LSC informed about the progress of service Branch, from time-to-time; maintain the record of various activities performed as per (IRS FORM-004 Annexure-IV) and send to sections concerned; and v. Perform any other duties assigned by the IC and LSC.

Communication Unit (CU) The communication leader work under the direction of the SBD. The

Communication Unit Leader will supervise the communication unit activities and maintain the records of communications equipment deployment in field as and when required and also ensure that those are in working condition and that the network is functional. Roles and responsibilities of DGM (Administration), BSNL, as Communication Unit Leader (CUL) i. recover equipment provided by Communication Unit after the incident is over. Ensure that it is properly linked with the IDP; ii. prepare an alternative communication plan for execution in case of possible failure of the normal communications network. The alternative

communications network may have wireless, satellite phones, and cell phones, HAM radios etc; iii. prepare a plan for integration of communication set up of the central teams (NDRF, Armed Forces) with the local communications set up for the

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management of large scale disasters when they come to assists in the response effort; iv. v. vi. ensure that the communication plan is supporting the IAP; demobilize Communication centre in accordance with the IDP; maintain record various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) and send to SBD;

Medical Unit (MU) Medical Unit Leader will work under the direction of the SBD and prepare the Medical plan and procurement of required resources as per IAP, provide medical aid and ambulance for transportation of victims and maintain the records of the same, as given in the (IRS form 008 (Annexure-VIII)), obtain a road map of the area from the PS for the ambulance services, transportation of medical personnel and victims. Roles and responsibilities of Dy. CMO (Training), as MUL i. Medical Unit Leader will respond to request of the OS for medical aid, transportation and medical supplies etc. under the intimation of the SBD and LSC; ii. iii. Prepare and circulate the list of referral service centers to all the medical leaders; Maintain, record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) and send to SBD. Food Unit (FU) The Food Unit Leader will work under the direction of the SBD and, is also supposed to supply resources to various activated Sections, Branches, Units and Groups of IRT as per the direction of the SBD. Roles and responsibilities of District Food & Supply Controller / District Food & Supply Officer as FUL i. The primary responsibility of FUL is to supply food to: -78-

a) Personnel of IRT(s) at ICP, Camps, incident Base, SA, etc., and b) Victims at the temporary shelters, relief camps etc; ii. request for assistants if the task become very large. And maintain an inventory of receipt and dispatch of resources; iii. determine food and drinking water requirements and their transportation, and brief the SBD and LSC; iv. v. maintain inventory of receipt and dispatch of resources; maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS FORM-004 Annexure-IV) and send SBD;

Support Branch (SB) Roles and Responsibilities DRO as Support Branch Director I. II. III. IV. Coordinate various activities of the support branch; Participate in the planning meeting of the LS; Keep the LSC informed about the progress of work Maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS FORM-004 Annexure-IV) and send to section Concerned. Resource Provisioning Unit (RPU) Resource Provisioning Unit Leader will work under the supervision of Sup. BD and organize the movement of personnel, equipment and supplies, receive and store all safety supplies required for the incident response. Roles and Responsibilities of Naib Tehsildar (Agriculture), as RPUL i. ii. iii. Maintain the inventory of supplies and equipment; Monitor the 'Kind', 'Type' and quantity of supplies available and dispatched; Maintain the records of receipt and dispatch of supplies including equipment and personnel; iv. Participate in the planning meeting of LS; (SBD)

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Receive and respond to requests for personnel, supplies and equipment from the activated Section, Branch, Division, Units and Groups of IRS organization under intimation to S.B.D.;

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Requisition additional human resource assistance, if needed. These assistants may be deployed for different functional activities such as Resource Ordering, Resource Receiving and Tool & Equipment maintenance;

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Maintain various records on activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) and send to Sup. BD.

Facilities Unit (FU) Roles and Responsibilities of Naib Tehsildar (L/M), (FUL) i. The facility unit leader will report to the S.BD and prepare the layout, activation of incident , e.g., Incident Base, Camp(s), Relief Camp(s), ICP, etc., and provide basic amenities to the responders; ii. iii. locate the different facilities as per the IAP; Maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 AnnexureIV) and send to Sup. BD;

Security-in-charge Roles and Responsibilities of ACP as Security-in-charge i. The security Incharge will establish contact with local law enforcement agencies, as required and provide security to the deployed resources including responders, relief materials at the required places and relief camps; ii. Maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 AnnexureIV) and send to FU. Group Support Unit (GSP) Roles and Responsibilities of Naib Tehsildar (Accounts), as GSUL i. Ground Support Unit Leader will work under the supervision of the Sup. BD and provide transportation services for field operations to TBD; -80-

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Provide maintenance and repair services for all the vehicles and related equipment used for incident management as per proper procedures and keep the concerned line departments informed through the SBD and LSC;

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Arrange for and activate fueling requirements for all transport including Aircrafts in

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Consultation with the SBD; Maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 AnnexureIV) and send to the SBD.

Finance Branch The FB is responsible for managing all financial aspects of response management. The FB has been kept under the LS for quick and effective procurement. Special precautions will be taken in selecting knowledgeable and experienced personnel conversant with the financial rules for functioning in this Branch. Roles and Responsibilities of Chief Accounts Officer, M.C. , as FBD The Chief Accounts Officer, M.C. Gurgaon (FBD) will: i. ii. work under the LSC attend planning meetings; Prepare a list of resources to be mobilized, procured or hired in accordance with the IAP. Obtain orders of the competent authority as per financial rules and take steps for their procurement without delay; iii. maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 AnnexureIV) and send to Sections concerned; and Time Unit (TU) Roles and Responsibilities of Dy. Superintendent, Revenue, as TUL i. Maintain time recording of hired equipment and personnel and ensure that it is maintained on a daily basis and according to government norms;

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Examine logs of all hired equipment and personnel with regard to their optimal utilization; ask for additional support of human resources for assistance, if required;

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maintain record of the activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) and send to FBD; and

Compensation / Claims Unit (Com./CU)

If the incident is such that there may be a requirement of making payments concerning compensations and claims, the IC in consultation with the RO will activate a Compensation / Claims Unit and appoint a leader to collect and compile figures of loss of life and property etc. as provided by the relevant Government norms and directions (CRF norms Annexure - XIII). Roles and Responsibilities of Naib Tehsildar (S.K.) Gurgaon as Compensation / Claims Unit Leader (Com./CUL) The Naib Tehsildar (S.K.) Com. /CUL will: i. ii. iii. Collect all cost data and provide cost estimates; Prepare and maintain a list of requisitioned premises, services, resources and vehicles, etc. with correct date and time of such requisition; Maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 AnnexureIV) and send to FBD; and Procurement Unit (PU) Role and Responsibilities of Sect. Red Cross/Nazar as PUL The Sect. Red Cross/ Nazar (PUL) will: i. ii. iii. Attend to all financial matters pertaining to vendors and contracts; Review procurement needs in consultation with the FBD; Prepare a list of vendors from whom procurement can be done and follow proper procedures; -82-

iv. v. vi.

Ensure all procurements ordered are delivered on time; Coordinate with the FBD for use of imprest funds, as required; Complete final processing of all bills arising out of the response management and send documents for payment with the approval of the FBD, LSC and IC;

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Brief FBD on current problems with recommendations on outstanding issues and follow-up requirements; Maintain record of activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) and send to FBD; and

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Perform any other duties as assigned by the FBD.

Cost Unit (CU) Roles and responsibilities of S.O. (DRDA) Cost Unit Leader (CU) i. Develop incident cost summaries in consultation with the FBD on the basis of Cost Analysis Report and make cost-saving recommendations to the FBD; ii. iii. Complete all records relating to financial matters prior to demobilization; Maintain record of various activities performed as per (IRS Form-004 Annexure-IV) and send to FBD.

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Department details and Recource Inventory


Name of Officer IAS OFFICERS Smt. Rajni Shekhri Sibal, IAS Sh. T.K. Sharma, IAS Sh. R.K.Khullar, IAS Sh. Nitin yadav IAS Sh. R.K. Kataria, IAS Sh. M.R. Anand, IAS Sh. Vivek Joshi, IAS HCS OFFICERS Smt. Anita Yadav,, HCS Sh. Satyender Duhan, HCS Smt. Anju Chaudhary Sh. Naresh, HCS Sh. Narender Yadav, HCS Smt. Veena Hooda, HCS Sh. Puspender Chauhan, HCS Sh.Satbir singh, HCS Sh. S.K. Chahal, HCS Sh. Ajay Maik, HCS Sh. Vatsal Vashisht, HCS Sh. K.K. Gupta, HCS Sh. Jitender Kumar , HCS Sh. Yogender Singh Nehra Sh. Yashendra Singh, HCS POLICE DEPTT. Sh. Manjeet Singh Ahlawat, IPS Designation Director, HIPA, GGN Comm. GGN. Divn Comm. M.C., Gurgaon Administrator, HUDA DC, Gurgaon Addl. Labour Comm. GGN Addl. Director HIPA ADC, Gurgaon - 2869200 SDO(C), Gurgaon CTM, Gurgaon. SDO (C)-2, Gurgaon J.C. M.C., GGN J.C. M.C, Gurgaon E.O.HUDA-1, Gurgaon E.O.HUDA-2, Gurgaon LAO HUDA ZA, HSAMB, Gurgaon CEO- Sheetla Mata SDM Pataudi, Secretary, RTA, GGN SP Vigilance G.M. HR, GGN Off. No. 2340413 2324033/23215 72 2220011/22258 42 2321650 2321144/23255 00 2225137 2399472 2322211/28692 01 2321808 2320305/23267 7 2225042 2380638 2220011 2321253 2571343 2309582 2328640 2323122 2672900 2224444 2223443 2322391 2320304 2342725 2571440 (OBC) 2219227 2221369 Driver 925056948 1 Resi No. 2321124 2324023 Fax No. 2348452 /2340463 2321581 2225243 2323211 2320508 2304930 2573782 2223305 2332363 2303333 9711494955 9818184969 9416040222, 9560024222 9999640005 9871725222 2223305 2310777 2324836 2225243 2334223 2571344-4546 2220105 2221076 9971795042 9811987070 9891188698/ 9711188698 9810915750/ 9560024222 9999510002 9416603325 9873944044 9212600003 9999078133/ 9958029933 9999990095 9999884494 9873100001/ 9466000011 Mob. No. 9910404390 9711070000 9717421000 9813177888/ 9461197888

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Naib Teh. (Agri.) GGN Naib Teh. (L/M), GGN Tehsildar Manesar NT (Manesar) Surplus

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Sh. Kanwar Lal Kanungo Surplus Sh. Satish Mehta Tehsildar Sales Sh. Sandeep Dahiya N.T. (Accounts) Sh. Punia Stamp Auditor DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS Smt. Alka Chaudhary DDPO, Gurgaon Sh. Rishi Kumar Dhangi BDPO, Gurgaon Sh. Ahlawat BDPO, Pataudi Sh. Rattan BDPO, Farukh Nagar Sh. Rishi Kumar Dhangi BDPO, Sohna PWD DEPARTMENT Sh. R.S. Yadav SE, PWD (B&R) Sh. V.K.Sharma XEN, PWD, Divn. No. II Sh. R.A.Hooda XEN, PWD Divn. No. I Sh. R.S. Sehrawat XEN, Electrical Sh. V.B.Dahiya Sh. Rathi Sh. Rajeev Yadav Sh. Mr. Sharma PUBLIC HEALTH B.S. Vajwa Sh. Pardeep Kumar Sh. R.K.Garg IRRIGATION DETT. Sh. V.P. Yadav Sh. S.P. Goyal Sh. Suresh Yadav Marketing Board D.E.T.C. DEPTT. Sh.S.P. Sharma Sh. Dilbag Singh Sh. Wazir Singh Sh. Rajiv Choudhary FOREST DEPTT. Sh. I.C Meena Sh. Malik D.H.B.V.N. DEPTT. Sh. Rajesh Gupta Sh. Subhash Deswal Sh. O.P. Ahlawat Sh. R.N.Gupta XEN, Mechanical XEN. HSRDC-II JE (Electrical) SDO S.E. Public Health XEN, Public Health GGN XEN.PH, Sohna SE- NCR Channel SE (Irrigation) XEN NCR Channel XEN Marketing Board DETC DETC DETC DETC (Excise) (West) (Entertainment) (East)

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Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Designation SHO (DLF Ph-II) SHO ( Sec-29 DLF) SHO (DLF Ph-I) SHO (Sushant Lok) SHO (Sec-56) SHO (Sec-40) SHO ( Sadar) SHO (Udyog Vihar) SHO (Sec-17,18) SHO (Palam VIhar) SHO (Sec-5) SHO (Rajendra Park) SHO (City) SHO (Civil Line) SHO (Sec-10) SHO (Pataudi) Office Address PS DLF Ph-II PS DLF PS DLF Ph I PS Sushant Lok PS Sec-55-56 PS Sec-40 PS Sadar PS Udyog Vihar PS Sec-17/18 PS Palam Vihar PS Sec-5 PS Rajendera Park PS City PS Civil Line PS Sec-10A PS Pataudi -91Contact No. 0124-2566387 0124-2396700 0124-2567223 0124-2386231 0124-2578101 0124-2574100 0124-2381567 0124-2201476 0124-2201152 0124-2340200 0124-2342100 0124-2398140 0124-2360148 0124-2254610 0124-2254100 0124-2469210 0124-2321496 0124-2315100 0124-2224233 0124-2370490 0124-2672970

17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. III. S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.

SHO (Farrukh Nagar) SHO (Manesar) SHO (BIlaspur) SHO (Bhondsi) SHO (Badshapur) SHO (Sohna) SHO (Kherkidaula Group/Task Force Leader Designation SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5

PS Farrukh Nagar PS Manesar PS Bilashpur PS Bhondsi PS Badshapur PS Sohna PS K. Daula

0124-2375228 0124-2275100 0124-2290100 0124-2379580 0124-2267100 0124-2394062 0124-2362225 0124-2370499

Coverd Area by P.S. DLF Phase II

Sector -29, DLF

DLF Phase - I

Sushant Lok

Sector-56

Sector- 40

Sadar

Udyog Vihar

Sector-17,18

Palam Vihar

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30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71.

SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5 SI/ASI/HC-1/CT-5

Sector-5

Rajendra Park

City

Civil Line

Sector-10

Pataudi

Farrukh Nagar

Manesar

Bilaspur

Bhondsi

Badshapur

Sohna

Kherkidaula

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IV.

Essential Resources/ Strike Team

A: BOMB DISPOSSEL TEAM AT POLICE LINE GGN (i) CID STAFF Designation SSO ASI ASI HC HC CT CT CT Name Dr. ANITA SHARMA RAMESH CHAND 77/YNR RAMESH KUMAR 4/50 CHUTER BHUJ1554 FBD PARTAP SINGH555/FBD KULDEEP SINGH892 RWR YASH PAL SINGH207/RWR SANDEEP KUMAR 787 FBD Mobile No. 9416719249 9416493780 9868705633 9210048116 9416242084 9416330086 9416479457 9416463068

(ii) DOG HANDLER Designation HC DVR K.M Name RAMEHAR SINGH 19/SCB ROOP NARAYAN 1961/C NANDA BLABBH Mobile No. 9015612480 9467521458 9015025851

(iii) DOG SQUAD TEAM GGN AT PS SDR GGN Designation EHC CT CT K.M Name SURAJBHAN 19 SCB RISHI RAJ 658 IRB SANJAY KUMAR 453 IRB SHRI BHAGWAN Mobile No. 9015612480 9015938707 9015025853 9466755296

(iv) FSL TEAM OLD SP OFFICE ,GGN Designation Dr. CT Name KULVINDER SINGH SURENDER SINGH Mobile No. 9810937364 9953330834

(v) FRINGER PRINT TEAM GGN Designation SI Name HUKAM SINGH Mobile No. 9811790054

B: DISTRIBUTION LIST OF TETRA SETS SR NO NAME OF STN 10W 1W

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

GO,s SHO,s PS PP PCR RIDER CIA PILOT SPL -STAFF POLICE CONTROL EAST CONTROL IRB CONTROL NAKAS STORE OK STPRE DEF TRAFFIC FIRM TETRA ENG TOTAL

10 15 23 9 38 0 0 2 1 3 3 1 3 1 0 0 5 1 113

12 14 10 3 0 30 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 14 0 0 9 3 100

C: TOTAL HOLDING AND DISTRIBUTION OF 20 WATT SR NO 1 2 STORE DEF 0 2 BURNT CASE 0 0

MODLE NO. VX-2200 VX-4204

HOLDING 141 30

DISTRIBUTION 128 24

STORE OK 7 2

IN FIRM 6 2

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3 4 5 6 7 8

YAESU-2000 KW-760 KW-760G KW-7100 SIMOCO-8019 HYT-TM610P

20 2 21 14 27 2

16 1 17 9 18 0

1 0 1 2 0 2

3 1 2 2 3 0

0 0 0 0 6 0

0 0 1 1 0 0

TOTAL

257

213

15

13

14

D: TOTAL HOLDING AND DISTRIBUTION OF 2 WATT SR NO 1 2 3 STORE OK 14 5 30 STORE DEF 8 8 5 IN FIRM 15 1 0 BURNT CASE 0 1 0

MODLE NO. VX-829 VX-424 GP-338

HOLDING 185 128 121

DISTRIBUTION 148 113 86

TOTAL

434

347

49

21

16

E: TOTAL DEPLOYEMENT OF VEHICLE ZONE WISE

MAKE

DCP HQRS

DCP EAST

DCP WEST

DCP SOUTH

DCP CRIME

DCP TRAFFIC

TOTAL

INNOVA CAR TRAX/GAMA GYPSY BOLERO M/CYCLE H/SCOOTER BUS VAZARA

2 4 1 7 2 15 5 2 2

0 1 0 26 2 17 0 0 0

0 1 0 31 1 33 0 0 0

0 1 2 13 4 11 0 0 0

0 1 2 0 3 3 0 0 0

0 1 5 2 1 22 0 0 0

2 9 10 79 13 101 5 2 2

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INVADER R/VAN P/VAN SUMO W/CANAN S/MAZDA TAVERA TEMPO FSL AMBUANCE TRUCK

0 0 4 1 1 8 6 1 1 3

0 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 0

0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0

0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 0

1 0 0 5 0 0 3 0 0 0

1 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 3 0

2 2 4 13 1 11 15 1 8 3

TOTAL

64

52

72

36

18

40

283

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FIRE DEPARTMENT
I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Sr.no. Designation Address and Contact No. 1 Distt. Fire Officer Sector-29, Gurgaon 0124-23922201, 2392101, 2392102 II. Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Office Address Sector-29, Gurgaon Bhim Nagar, Gurgaon Sector-37, Gurgaon Contact No. 2392101, 102, 1031 201 0124-2320101, 2328868 0124-2373101, 102

Sr.no. Designation 1 Fire Station Officer 2 3 4 Fire Station Officer Fire Station Officer Fire Control Room incharge Sub Fire Officer

III.

Group/Task Force Leader Office Address Sector-29, Gurgaon Bhim Nagar, Gurgaon Sector-37, Gurgaon Contact No. 2392101, 102, 1031 201 0124-2320101, 2328868 0124-2373101, 102

Sr.no. Designation 1 SFO/LFM/SFMs

IV.

Group/ Task Force Member

Sr.no.

Designation

Address & Contact No.

Area

SFO/LFM/SFMs

Sector-29, Gurgaon Bhim Nagar, Gurgaon Sector-37, Gurgaon

2392101, 102, 1031 201 0124-2320101, 2328868 0124-2373101, 102

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V. A. Sr. No. 1

DETAIL OF FIRE STATION & FIRE VEHICLE IN GURGAON FIRE STATION SECTOR-29 Name of Designatio Officer n Sh. H.C. Sihag Sr.Fire Station Officer Type of Vehicle Nos. Hydraulic 02 Platform 42 mtrs Nos. height Water Bowzer Water Tender Reg. No. Model Year 2007

9717693921

Foam Tender

Jeep Small Water Tender(HighLow Pressure Pump) Total

HR55F9854 HR55F9855 01 No. HR38 D4308 04 HR38D Nos. 4312 HR38D 4306 HR38D 4309 HR38D 4305 02 No. HR55H 9281 HR55 L2658 1 No. HR 55 D 7125 1 No. HR 55 K 4500

1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 2002 2010 2002 2010

11 Nos.

B. Sr. No. 1

FIRE STATION BHIM NAGAR Name of Officer Sh. Isham Singh 9717693922 Desi. F.S.O. Type of Vehicle Water Tender Small Water Tender Rescue Tender Nos. 02 Nos. Reg. No. HR55 2616 HR 26A 514 HR 55 7773 Model Year 2000

01 No.

2000

01 No.

HR 55D 1132

2004

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Water Bowzer Foam Tender Total

01 No. 01 no. 06 Nos.

HR 55 D 8093 HR 55 K 3333

2005 2006

C. Sr. No. 1

FIRE STATION SECTOR-37 Name of Officer Sh. Birbal Sharma 9717693923 Designation F.S.O. Type of Vehicle Water Tender Nos. 03 Nos. Reg. No. HR55 H 9280 HR 55 J -0453 HR55 E 5424 HR 55 A 1473 HR55 E 5425 Model Year 2002

2004 2009 2004

Water Bowzer Foam Tender Total

01 Nos. 01 No. 05 Nos.

D.

Details of Resources
No.of Resource 02 Nos. 01 No. 04 Nos. 02 No. 1 No. 1 No. Station FIRE STATION SECTOR-29 Incharge Sh. H.C. Sihag Sr.Fire Officer Contract No. 9717693921

Name of Resource Hydraulic Platform 42 mtrs height Water Bowzer Water Tender Foam Tender Jeep Small Water Tender(High-Low Pressure Pump) Water Tender Small Water Tender

02 Nos. 01 No.

FIRE STATION BHIM

Sh. Isham Singh

9717693921

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Rescue Tender Water Bowzer Foam Tender Name of Resource Water Tender Water Bowzer Foam Tender

01 No. 01 No. 01 no. No.of Resource 03 Nos. 01 Nos. 01 No.

NAGAR

Station FIRE STATION SECTOR-37

Incharge Sh. Birbal Sharma

Contract No. 9717693923

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HEALTH DEPARTMENT I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Sr.no. Designation Address and Contact No. 1 Dy. Director Civil Surgeon 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan II. Sr.no. 1 2 3 4 5 IV. Sr.no. 1. Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Designation Dy. Civil Surgeon (H) Dy. Civil Surgeon (M) Dy. Civil Surgeon (Malaria) Dy. Civil Surgeon (TB& Aids) Area New Gurgaon Old Gurgaon Sohna Pataudi Address & Contact No. 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan

Dy. Civil Surgeon (School Health) Farrukh Nagar Group/ Task Force leader Designation Senior Medical Officer s Address & Contact No. 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan

Area Wazirabad, Madicity, Paras Hospital, Airtimes Hospital, Umkal Hospital, Private Hospital, Neelkhant Hospital, Laxman Vihar, F.G. Colony, Rajiv Nagar, Om Nagar, Rajendra Park, PHC Ganghola, PHC Bhondsi, PHC Badshapur, Civil Hospital Sohna PHC Pataudi, PHC Mandpura, PHC Bhorakalan, PHC Kasan, PHC Bhangrola. PHC Farrukh Nagar, PHC Gurgaon Village, PHC Harsaru, PHC Dultabad.

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III. Sr.no. 1

Group/Task Force Member Designation Doctor Address & Contact No. 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan 0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan -103Area Wazirabad, Madicity, Paras Hospital, Airtimes Hospital, Umkal Hospital, Private Hospital, Neelkhant Hospital,

Staff Nurse

MPW(M/F)

4.

Doctor

Laxman Vihar, F.G. Colony, Rajiv Nagar, Om Nagar, Rajendra Park,

5.

Staff Nurse

6.

MPW (M/F)

7.

Doctor

PHC Ganghola, PHC Bhondsi, PHC Badshapur, Civil Hospital Sohna

8.

Staff Nurse

9.

MPW (M/F)

10.

Doctor

PHC Pataudi, PHC Mandpura, PHC Bhorakalan, PHC Kasan, PHC Bhangrola.

11.

Staff Nurse

12.

MPW (M/F)

13.

Doctor

PHC Farrukh Nagar, PHC Gurgaon Village, PHC Harsaru, PHC Dultabad.

14.

Staff Nurse

15.

MPW (M/F)

0124-2322412, Civil Hospital, Gurgoan

V.

Essential Resource/ Strike Team

P. Hospitals (Govt. Civil Hospital, PHs/CHCs Private and Charitable) in the


Distrcit (District, Sub Division, Block, Panchayat, ULB Level
Sr. No. A) 1 2 3 B) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 C) 17 18 19 20 1 Govt. Health Agencies No. of Beds Contact No. Address General Hospitals General Hospital Gurgaon 200 012-2320102 General Hospital Gurgaon General Hospital Sohna 50 0124-2362397 General Hospital Sohna General Hospital Haily Mandi 30 General Hospital Haily Mandi Community Health Center CHC FARRUKH NAGAR 20 0124-2375378 CHC FARRUKH NAGAR, Gurgaon PHC Garhi Hasru 2 0124-2276263 PHC Garhi Hasru, Gurgaon PHC Wazirabad 2 0124-2767766 PHC Wazirabad, Gurgaon PHC Gurgaon Village 2 0124-2309516 PHC Gurgaon Village, Gurgaon CHC PATAUDI 50 0124-2672866 CHC PATAUDI, Gurgaon PHC Mandpura 2 0124-2770010 PHC Mandpura, Gurgaon PHC Bhora Kalan 2 0124-2379969 PHC Bhora Kalan, Gurgaon PHC Kasan 2 0124-2291570 PHC Kasan, Gurgaon PHC Bhangrola 2 0124-2296268 PHC Bhangrola, Gurgaon CHC GHANGOLA 2 0124-2362397 CHC GHANGOLA, Gurgaon PHC Badshahpur 2 PHC Badshahpur, Gurgaon PHC Bhondsi 2 PHC Bhondsi, Gurgaon Special Protection Group Hospitals, Manesar ESI Dispensaries ESI Dispensary I, Near General 2 ESI Dispensary I, Near General Hospital Gurgaon Hospital Gurgaon ESI Dispensary II, Udyog Vihar 2 ESI Dispensary II, Udyog Vihar ESI Dispensary III, Near General 2 ESI Dispensary III, Near General Hospital Gurgaon Hospital Gurgaon ESI Dispensary, Manesar 2 ESI Dispensary, Manesar Pvt. Hospitals Sheetla Hospital, Gurgaon 100 9810115505 , New Railway Road, Gurgaon 0124-406669597 0124-4079646 Pushpanjali Hospital, Gurgaon 85 98111225544 John Hall Road, Civil Lines, Gurgaon Kalyani Hospital, Gurgaon 105 0124-2303101Mehrauli Road Gurgaon 03 Paras Hospital, Gurgaon 120 0124-4049061C-1 Phase-I, Sushant Lok Sector-43, 63 Gurgaon

2 3 4

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5 6 7

Healer's Hospital, Gurgaon Sethi Hospital,Gurgaon Aryan Hospital, Gurgaon

150 70 75

9811225544, 0124-4511111 0124-2321153, 9810015259 0124-2330645945, 9811372779 0124-4041288 0124-427229, 9810470741 0124-2383002 9810516836, 0124-4613696 981001778, 0124-2351162 0124-2220811595, 9899790811 9811063259 0124-2323644, 9810053432 0124-2381122, 9811155931 012444118254-55, 9810830877 0124-2329529, 9811111807 0124-232019, 9811111476 0124-2301551, 9312674717 0124-2328111, 9818048468 0124-2322673, 0124-2307722 0124-2322410, 9810135410 0124-2321539, 9811078356 0124-2320944, 9810207171 0124-2324727 0124-2303610, 9810133037 0124-2323205, 9810386579 0124-2320271

Sec.-53, Gurgaon Basai Road, Gurgaon Old Railway Road, Gurgaon

8 9 10 11 12 13

Umkal Hospital, Gurgaon Max Health Care Hospital, Gurgaon Artemis, Hospital Neel Kanth Hospital, Gurgaon Privat Hospital, Gurgaon Mamta Hospital

55 120 500 50 75 50

Sushantlok-I, Gurgaon Sushant Lok Phase-I, Gurgaon Sec-51, Gurgaon 1, Nathupur, Road, DLF Phase-III, Gurgaon DLF Phase-II, Gurgaon 877/2 Mata Road Gurgaon

14 15 16 17

Nova Medical Centre Nagpal Nursing Home Life Aid Medical Care Life Care Medical Centre

16

C-5 Sec-15 ,Gurgaon Sec-14 Gurgaon Mahavir Chowk Gurgaon Pataudi Chowk Gurgaon

16

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Chiranjiv Hospital, Gurgaon Saraswati Hospital, Gurgaon Swastik Nursing Home , Gurgaon Kanshi Ram Medical Services, Gurgaon Jyoti Hospital, Gurgaon Lall Nursing Home, Gurgaon Arora Mother & Child Care, Gurgaon Sharma Hospital, Gurgaon Bansal Nursing Home, Gurgoan City Surgical & Maternity Center , Gurgaon Pahwa Nursing Home, Gurgaon Malik Nursing Home, Gurgaon

15 30 15 15 15 40 15 35 15 15 15

21-L, New Colony, Gurgaon 299/2, Delhi Road, Gurgaon Centre, 75 Vijay Park, Near Laxmi Bazar, Gurgaon Jacobpura, Gurgaon 28, Housing Board Colony, Jharsa Road, Gurgaon New Railway Road, Gurgaon 489/11, Subhash Nagar, Gurgaon 47/5, Jacubpura, Gurgaon 479/9, Rattan Garden, Gurgaon Old Railway Road, Gurgaon New Railway Road, Gurgaon 491/11, Subhash Nagar, Gurgaon

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30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59

Taneja Hospital & Heart Centre, Gurgaon Mathur Maternity & Child Care, Gurgaon Narula Hospital, Gurgaon Jain Hospital, Gurgaon Narayani Hospital, Gurgaon Vardhman Medical Centre, Gurgaon Jackson Hospital, Gurgaon Gupta Hospital, Gurgaon Chugh Nursing Home, Gurgaon Rama Hospital, Gurgaon Garg Nurshing Home Thakral Nursing Home, Gurgaon Manglam Hospital, Gurgaon Parashar Nursing Home, Gurgaon Uma Sanjivani Hospital, Gurgaon Gulia Nursing Home Gurgaon Nursing Home Goyal Nursing Home Florence Nursing Home East-West Medical Centre Anand Nursing Home Praveen Nursing Home Prateek Nursing Home PremNath Nursing Home Yadav Hospital Vinayak Hospital Tirath Ram Hospital Tharkal Nursing Home Batra Nursing Home Lotus Hospital

15 15 12 5 15 2 15 25 10 20

0124-2326726, 9811509056 0124-2327777, 9811169477 0124-2335311, 9810433402 0124-2324581, 9811136664 0124-2324474 0124-2254110, 9811136060 0124-2324508, 9811015145 0124-2321147, 9811510980 0124-2330066 9811146022 0124-2300383 9810295253 0124-2324581 9811510981 0124-2331133 9811278777 0124-2220700 9811664439 0124-2321452 0124-2350960 9811062122 0124-2330533 0124-2325072 9810163704 0124-2322556

113 R, New Colony, Gurgaon 1-A, Civil Lines, Gurgaon NH-II, Sec-15 (II), Opp. Rail Vihar, Gurgaon 853, Sec-14, Gurgaon Jharsa Road, Gurgaon 289, Sec-5, Gurgaon 14A, Mianwali Colony, Gurgaon Jacobpura, Gurgaon Bhuteshwar Mandir, Gurgaon Khandsa Road, Gurgaon Sector-17, Gurgaon 316/6, Shiwaji Nagar, Opp. S.P. Office, Gurgaon 1-A /22, Laxmi Garden, Gurgaon 14/8, Model Town, Khandsa Roas, Gurgaon 1, Dakshin Marg, DLF Ph-11, Gurgaon Dundhera Housing Board Colony Gurgaon New Railaway Road Gurgaon 721 Sec -14 Gurgaon 711 Sec-14 Gurgaon 171 Sec -56 Gurgaon DLF Kutub Enclave Phase 2 Gugaon 1199 Sec-4 Gurgaon Delhi Road Gurgain C-1Sec-10 A Opposite Minakshi Pub. School Gurgaon Near SBI Khandsa Road Gurgaon 163/20 Basai Road Gurgaon 316/16 Shivaji Ngar Gurgaon Shivaji Nagar Gurgaon Mata Road Gurgaon

0124-2327295 9810053078 0124-2327295 9811445802

15

9811138650 0124-2310649 0124-2331133 9811278777 0124-2309020 0124-2301551

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60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95

Swasti Clinic & Troma Centre Sunil Nursing Home Shusurta Cancer & Surgical Sidhesh Hospital Bhatnagar Hospital Bindal Hospital Garg Nursing Home Bimla Devi Memorial Clinic R S Clinic Shanta Hospital Sharma Nursing Home Sharma Mother Child Clinic Sikka Clinic Shalini Clinic Sugery Care Clinic OB Gyne Centre Garg Nursingh Home, Gurgaon Anjum Clinic Anita Medicare Dr. Bishnoi's Obst & Gyne Clinic Dr. Vidula Sharma Clinic Dr, Saini Family Clinic Aggarwal Clinic Park Hospital Yadav Clinic and X-Ray Center Kant Medicare Shubham Hospital Vardhman Hospital Chirayu Mother & Child Care Center Dr. Anil Joshi Dr. Savitri Yadav Dr. Neeraj Yadav, Dr. B. N. Shahi, Dr. I. S. Gaur, Sri Ram Hospital, Gurgaon Sidhesh Hospital, Gurgaon

15 8

0124-2358792 9810248311 0124-2300813 9899925813 9810030327 0124-2329922 9810146249

SCO-81 Sec -10 Gurgaon 113 Anaj Mandi Gurgaon 530/18 Cvil Line Gurgaon 563 Saraswati Vihar Chakarpur New Railway Road Gurgaon New Railway Road Gurgaon Dundhera 888-Saraswati Vihar Gurgaon 875 Sec-4 Gurgaon Old Railway Road Gurgaon Near Syndicate Bank Gurgaon 162 Old Railway Road Gurgaon H25/11 DLF Kutub Enclave Gurgaon 22 Sec-40 Gurgaon 135 Sec-56 Gurgaon HBC-2 Jharsa Road Gurgaon Sector-17, Gurgaon Near Rest Sanic Rest Houce Civil Line Gurgaon 1151 Sec-4 Gurgaon 125-Kirti Nagar Jhadsa Road Gurgaon DX-7 Kendria Vihar Sc-56 Gurgaon U1/41 DLF City Phase 3 Gurgaon 777 Sec-31 Gurgaon 1805-Palam Gurgaon Road, Dundhera Dundhera 1262 Sec-21 Gurgaon Basai Road Gurgaon 239 Sec-5 Gurgaon 86 PV Kendra Palam Vihar Gurgaon 995, Block-C-2 Scottish Vilas Ansal Palam Vihar Gurgaon C-1407, Palam Vihar Gurgaon H. No. 2966, Sec-23 Near Mother Dairy Booth Gurgaon 4513 Sec-23 A, Gurgaon B-1/31 PV Kendra Palam Vihar Gurgaon Sikandarpur Market, DLF City, Gurgaon 663, Saraswati Vihar, Chakkarpur, Gurgaon

9868334277 0124-2359333

2 9810491614

9899683336

9811839335

9811261747 0124-2254110 9811136060

15

0124-5064012 9811807811 0124-2350636 9810248311

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96 98 99

Medicity Hospital (partialy open) Colmbia Asia Artemis

225 100 260

0124-44114411 9971698200 9810500233 0124-3989896 0124-6767999

Sec-38, Gurgaon Palam Vihar, Gurgaon Sec-51, Gurgaon

T(III) Ambulance Services


GOVT. HEALTH INSTITUTIONS DISTT. GURGAON HEALTH DEPARTMENT, HARYANA
Sr. No. A) 1 2 3 B) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 C) 17 18 19 20 Govt. Health Agencies General Hospitals General Hospital Gurgaon General Hospital Sohna General Hospital Haily Mandi Community Health Center CHC FARRUKH NAGAR PHC Garhi Hasru PHC Wazirabad PHC Gurgaon Village CHC PATAUDI PHC Mandpura PHC Bhora Kalan PHC Kasan PHC Bhangrola CHC GHANGOLA PHC Badshahpur PHC Bhondsi Special Protection Group Hospitals, Manesar ESI Dispensaries ESI Dispensary I, Near General Hospital Gurgaon ESI Dispensary II, Udyog Vihar ESI Dispensary III, Near General Hospital Gurgaon ESI Dispensary, Manesar Gurgaon Gurgaon Gurgaon Pataudi Gurgaon Gurgaon Gurgaon Pataudi Gurgaon Sohna Pataudi Farukh Nagar Farukh Nagar Farukh Nagar Farukh Nagar Pataudi Pataudi Pataudi Pataudi Pataudi Sohna Sohna Sohna Gurgaon Sohna Pataudi Farukh Nagar Farukh Nagar Farukh Nagar Farukh Nagar Pataudi Pataudi Pataudi Pataudi Pataudi Sohna Sohna Sohna 2 102 2 102 2 1 102 102 SubDivision Block No. of Ambulance Contact No.

102

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K. Ambulance Services in the District


Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of Hospital Sheetla Hospital, Gurgaon Pushpanjali Hospital, Gurgaon Kalyani Hospital, Gurgaon Paras Hospital, Gurgaon Healer's Hospital, Gurgaon Sethi Hospital,Gurgaon Aryan Hospital, Gurgaon Umkal Hospital, Gurgaon Max Health Care Hospital, Gurgaon Artemis, Hospital Neel Kanth Hospital, Gurgaon Privat Hospital, Gurgaon Mamta Hospital Nagpal Nursing Home Life Aid Medical Care Life Care Medical Centre Chiranjiv Hospital, Gurgaon Saraswati Hospital, Gurgaon Swastik Nursing Home , Gurgaon Kanshi Ram Medical Services, Gurgaon Jyoti Hospital, Gurgaon Lall Nursing Home, Gurgaon Arora Mother & Child Care, Gurgaon No. of Ambulance 2 1 2 5 5 1 2 1 4 5 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Contact No. 9810115505 , 0124-4066695-97 0124-4079646 98111225544 0124-2303101-03 0124-4049061-63 9811225544, 0124-4511111 0124-2321153, 9810015259 0124-2330645-945, 9811372779 0124-4041288 0124-427229, 9810470741 0124-2383002 9810516836, 0124-4613696 981001778, 0124-2351162 0124-2220811-595, 9899790811 0124-2323644, 9810053432 0124-2381122, 9811155931 0124-44118254-55, 9810830877 0124-2329529, 9811111807 0124-232019, 9811111476 0124-2301551,9312674717 0124-2328111,9818048468 0124-2322673, 0124-2307722 0124-2322410,9810135410 0124-2321539, 9811078356

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24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

Sharma Hospital, Gurgaon Bansal Nursing Home, Gurgoan City Surgical & Maternity Center , Gurgaon Pahwa Nursing Home, Gurgaon Malik Nursing Home, Gurgaon Taneja Hospital & Heart Centre, Gurgaon Mathur Maternity & Child Care, Gurgaon Narula Hospital, Gurgaon Jain Hospital, Gurgaon Narayani Hospital, Gurgaon Vardhman Medical Centre, Gurgaon Jackson Hospital, Gurgaon Gupta Hospital, Gurgaon Chugh Nursing Home, Gurgaon Rama Hospital, Gurgaon Garg Nurshing Home Thakral Nursing Home, Gurgaon Manglam Hospital, Gurgaon Parashar Nursing Home, Gurgaon Uma Sanjivani Hospital, Gurgaon Gurgaon Nursing Home Goyal Nursing Home East-West Medical Centre Prateek Nursing Home PremNath Nursing Home Vinayak Hospital

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

0124-2320944, 9810207171 0124-2324727 0124-2303610,9810133037 0124-2323205,9810386579 0124-2320271 0124-2326726, 9811509056 0124-2327777, 9811169477 0124-2335311,9810433402 0124-2324581,9811136664 0124-2324474 0124-2254110, 9811136060 0124-2324508, 9811015145 0124-2321147,9811510980 0124-2330066, 9811146022 0124-2300383, 9810295253 0124-2324581, 9811510981 0124-2331133, 9811278777 0124-2220700, 9811664439 0124-2321452 0124-2350960, 9811062122 0124-2330533 0124-2325072, 9810163704 0124-2322556 0124-2327295, 9810053078 0124-2327295, 9811445802 9811138650

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50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 Category Govt.

Tirath Ram Hospital Tharkal Nursing Home Batra Nursing Home Lotus Hospital Sidhesh Hospital Bhatnagar Hospital Bindal Hospital Bimla Devi Memorial Clinic Sikka Clinic Anjum Clinic Sri Ram Hospital, Gurgaon Sidhesh Hospital, Gurgaon Medicity Hospital Kolmbia Asia Artemis Name of Hospital General Hospital Gurgaon Sheetla Hospital, Gurgaon Name of Owner Dr. Khazan Singh Dr. Ajay Sharma

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 Address

0124-2310649 0124-2331133, 9811278777 0124-2309020 0124-2301551 0124-2358792, 9810248311 0124-2300813, 9899925813 9810030327, 0124-2329922 9810146249 9868334277, 0124-2359333 9810491614 0124-5064012, 9811807811 0124-2350636, 9810248311 0124-44114411, 9971698200 9810500233, 0124-3989896 0124-6767999 Telephone No. Ambulanc e Facility 2 9810115505 , 0124-406669597 0124-4079646 98111225544 0124-230310103 0124-404906163 9811225544, 0124-4511111 0124-2321153, 9810015259 2 Bed Capacity 200 100

Opp.O/o Gurgaon Nigam New Railway Road, Gurgaon

Private

Pushpanjali Hospital, Gurgaon Kalyani Hospital, Gurgaon Paras Hospital, Gurgaon Healer's Hospital, Gurgaon Sethi Hospital,Gurgaon

Dr.S.P.Yadav Dr. S.C. Khana Mr. Kale9810101442 (PRO) Dr.S.K. Khana Dr.S.K. Khana

John Hall Road, Civil Lines, Gurgaon Mehrauli Road Gurgaon C-1 Phase-I, Sushant Lok Sector-43, Gurgaon Sec.-53, Gurgaon Basai Road, Gurgaon

1 2 5

85 105 120

5 1

150 70

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Aryan Hospital, Gurgaon Umkal Hospital, Gurgaon Max Health Care Hospital, Gurgaon Artemis, Hospital

Dr.P.R. Aryan

Old Railway Road, Gurgaon Sushantlok-I, Gurgaon Sushant Lok Phase-I, Gurgaon Sec-51, Gurgaon

Retd.W.E.T.K.Sood Dr.Atam Jyot Graval Dr.Kushagra Kalaria -981803274 6767999 .Dr. Himanshu Gurg Dr.(M.S.) Bindu Gurg Dr. K.S. SachdevaDr.Pramod Aggarwal Dr. Yograj Kapoor Dr. Sanjeev Dr.Lata Nagpal Dr.Ashit Sharma Dr. Manoj Munjal

0124-2330645945, 9811372779 0124-4041288 0124-427229, 9810470741 0124-2383002

75

1 4 5

55 120 500

Neel Kanth Hospital, Gurgaon

1, Nathupur, Road, DLF Phase-III, Gurgaon

9810516836, 0124-4613696

50

Privat Hospital, Gurgaon Mamta Hospital

DLF Phase-II, Gurgaon 877/2 Mata Road Gurgaon C-5 Sec-15 ,Gurgaon Sec-14 Gurgaon Mahavir Chowk Gurgaon Pataudi Chowk Gurgaon 21-L, New Colony, Gurgaon 299/2, Delhi Road, Gurgaon Centre, 75 Vijay Park, Near Laxmi Bazar, Gurgaon Jacobpura, Gurgaon

981001778, 0124-2351162 0124-2220811595, 9899790811 9811063259 0124-2323644, 9810053432 0124-2381122, 9811155931 012444118254-55, 9810830877 0124-2329529, 9811111807 0124-232019, 9811111476 0124-2301551, 9312674717 0124-2328111, 9818048468 0124-2322673, 0124-2307722 0124-2322410, 9810135410 0124-2321539, 9811078356 0124-2320944, 9810207171 0124-2324727 1

75

Nova Medical Centre Nagpal Nursing Home Life Aid Medical Care Life Care Medical Centre Chiranjiv Hospital, Gurgaon Saraswati Hospital, Gurgaon Swastik Nursing Home , Gurgaon Kanshi Ram Medical Services, Gurgaon Jyoti Hospital, Gurgaon Lall Nursing Home, Gurgaon Arora Mother & Child Care, Gurgaon Sharma Hospital, Gurgaon Bansal Nursing Home, Gurgoan

Dr. D.K.Malik Dr. Promila Malik Dr. R.P.Gupta Dr.Pushpa Gupta Dr. Saroj Kumar

15 1 1 30 15

Dr. Jai Bhagwan

15

Dr. R.P.Singh

Dr. S.K.Lal Dr.Devender Arora

28, Housing Board Colony, Jharsa Road, Gurgaon New Railway Road, Gurgaon 489/11, Subhash Nagar, Gurgaon 47/5, Jacubpura, Gurgaon 479/9, Rattan Garden, Gurgaon

15

40 15

Dr. R.C.Sharma Dr. Chetna Bansal

35 15

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City Surgical & Maternity Center , Gurgaon Pahwa Nursing Home, Gurgaon Malik Nursing Home, Gurgaon Taneja Hospital & Heart Centre, Gurgaon Mathur Maternity & Child Care, Gurgaon Narula Hospital, Gurgaon Jain Hospital, Gurgaon Narayani Hospital, Gurgaon Vardhman Medical Centre, Gurgaon Jackson Hospital, Gurgaon Gupta Hospital, Gurgaon Chugh Nursing Home, Gurgaon Rama Hospital, Gurgaon Garg Nurshing Home Thakral Nursing Home, Gurgaon Manglam Hospital, Gurgaon Parashar Nursing Home, Gurgaon Uma Sanjivani Hospital, Gurgaon Gulia Nursing Home Gurgaon Nursing Home Goyal Nursing Home Florence Nursing Home

Dr.Anil Bansal

Old Railway Road, Gurgaon New Railway Road, Gurgaon 491/11, Subhash Nagar, Gurgaon 113 R, New Colony, Gurgaon 1-A, Civil Lines, Gurgaon NH-II, Sec-15 (II), Opp. Rail Vihar, Gurgaon 853, Sec-14, Gurgaon Jharsa Road, Gurgaon 289, Sec-5, Gurgaon

0124-2303610, 9810133037 0124-2323205, 9810386579 0124-2320271 0124-2326726, 9811509056 0124-2327777, 9811169477 0124-2335311, 9810433402 0124-2324581, 9811136664 0124-2324474 0124-2254110, 9811136060 0124-2324508, 9811015145 0124-2321147, 9811510980 0124-2330066 9811146022 0124-2300383 9810295253 0124-2324581 9811510981 0124-2331133 9811278777 0124-2220700 9811664439 0124-2321452 1 1

15

Dr.P.D.Pehwa Dr.R.S.Malik Dr.Ashu Tenaja

15 -

Dr. Alka Mathur

15

Dr. Vandna Narula Dr.Rajesh Kumar Dr.K.R.Yadav Dr.M.P.Jain Dr.Ritu Jain Dr.Jai Kisan Yadav Dr.J.P.Gupta Dr.Parkash Chuck Dr. H.R.Ganda Dr. S.P Garg Dr.Ashwani Thakral

15 12

14A, Mianwali Colony, Gurgaon Jacobpura, Gurgaon Bhuteshwar Mandir, Gurgaon Khandsa Road, Gurgaon Sector-17, Gurgaon 316/6, Shiwaji Nagar, Opp. S.P. Office, Gurgaon 1-A /22, Laxmi Garden, Gurgaon 14/8, Model Town, Khandsa Roas, Gurgaon 1, Dakshin Marg, DLF Ph-11, Gurgaon Dundhera Housing Board Colony Gurgaon New Railaway Road Gurgaon 721 Sec -14 Gurgaon

5 15 2 15

Dr. Suresh Vaslishtha Dr. Rajni Parashar

25 10

Dr.A.P. Singh

0124-2350960 9811062122

20

0124-2330533 0124-2325072 9810163704

Dr.Sushil Goyel

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East-West Medical Centre Anand Nursing Home Praveen Nursing Home Prateek Nursing Home PremNath Nursing Home Yadav Hospital

Dr. Hema Kapoor

711 Sec-14 Gurgaon 171 Sec -56 Gurgaon DLF Kutub Enclave Phase 2 Gugaon 1199 Sec-4 Gurgaon Delhi Road Gurgain C-1Sec-10 A Opposite Minakshi Pub. School Gurgaon Near SBI Khandsa Road Gurgaon 163/20 Basai Road Gurgaon 316/16 Shivaji Ngar Gurgaon Shivaji Nagar Gurgaon Mata Road Gurgaon SCO-81 Sec -10 Gurgaon 113 Anaj Mandi Gurgaon 530/18 Cvil Line Gurgaon

0124-2322556

Dr.Vijay Tikia Dr. Prem Nath

0124-2327295 9810053078 0124-2327295 9811445802

Vinayak Hospital Tirath Ram Hospital Tharkal Nursing Home Batra Nursing Home Lotus Hospital Swasti Clinic & Troma Centre Sunil Nursing Home Shusurta Cancer & Surgical Sidhesh Hospital Bhatnagar Hospital Bindal Hospital Garg Nursing Home Bimla Devi Memorial Clinic R S Clinic Shanta Hospital Sharma Nursing Home Sharma Mother Child Clinic Sikka Clinic

Dr. Piyush Anand Dr.Sanjay Verma Dr. Ashwani Thakral

9811138650 0124-2310649 0124-2331133 9811278777 0124-2309020 0124-2301551

Dr. Sachin Noval

Dr. Harish Khem Chandani Dr.B.M.Bhatnagar Dr. Anand Bindal

563 Saraswati Vihar Chakarpur New Railway Road Gurgaon New Railway Road Gurgaon Dundhera 888-Saraswati Vihar Gurgaon 875 Sec-4 Gurgaon Old Railway Road Gurgaon Near Syndicate Bank Gurgaon 162 Old Railway Road Gurgaon H25/11 DLF Kutub Enclave Gurgaon

0124-2358792 9810248311 0124-2300813 9899925813 9810030327 0124-2329922

Dr. Ramesh Goyal

9810146249

Dr. Usha Sikka

9868334277 0124-2359333

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Shalini Clinic Sugery Care Clinic OB Gyne Centre Garg Nursingh Home, Gurgaon Anjum Clinic

22 Sec-40 Gurgaon 135 Sec-56 Gurgaon HBC-2 Jharsa Road Gurgaon Sector-17, Gurgaon Dr. Aysha Bano Near Rest Sanic Rest Houce Civil Line Gurgaon 1151 Sec-4 Gurgaon 125-Kirti Nagar Jhadsa Road Gurgaon DX-7 Kendria Vihar Sc56 Gurgaon U1/41 DLF City Phase 3 Gurgaon Dr. Ravi Aggarwal 777 Sec-31 Gurgaon 9811839335 9810491614 2

Anita Medicare Dr. Bishnoi's Obst & Gyne Clinic Dr. Vidula Sharma Clinic Dr, Saini Family Clinic Aggarwal Clinic Park Hospital Yadav Clinic and X-Ray Center Kant Medicare Shubham Hospital Vardhman Hospital Chirayu Mother & Child Care Center Dr. Anil Joshi Dr. M.P.Jain Dr. Suman Bishnoi

9899683336

1805-Palam Gurgaon Road, Dundhera Dundhera 1262 Sec-21 Gurgaon Basai Road Gurgaon 239 Sec-5 Gurgaon 86 PV Kendra Palam Vihar Gurgaon 995, Block-C-2 Scottish Vilas Ansal Palam Vihar Gurgaon C-1407, Palam Vihar Gurgaon H. No. 2966, Sec-23 Near Mother Dairy Booth Gurgaon 4513 Sec-23 A, Gurgaon B-1/31 PV Kendra Palam Vihar Gurgaon Sikandarpur Market, DLF City, Gurgaon 663, Saraswati Vihar, Chakkarpur, Gurgaon 9811261747

0124-2254110 9811136060

Dr. Savitri Yadav Dr. Neeraj Yadav,

Dr. B. N. Shahi, Dr. I. S. Gaur, Sri Ram Hospital, Gurgaon Sidhesh Hospital, Gurgaon Dr.G.L.Gupta Dr.Harish Khen Chandaml

0124-5064012 9811807811 0124-2350636 9810248311

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Food and Supply Department


I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Address. 4th Floor Mini Sect. Gurgaon Contact No 0124-320379

Sr.no. Designation 1 District Food & Supply Officer II.

Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Address 4th Floor Mini Sect. Gurgaon 4th Floor Mini Sect. Gurgaon 4th Floor Mini Sect. Gurgaon Contact No 0124-320379 0124-320379 0124-320379

Sr.No. Designation 1 Assistant Food & Supply Officer, Gurgaon 2 Assistant Food & Supply Officer, Sohna 3 Assistant Food & Supply Officer, Hailymandi III.

Group Unit & Task Force Leader/ Alternate Leader Area Sector 1 to 24, Villages : Gurgaon, Sehraol, Dundahera, Molahera, Palamvihar,Sukhrali, Dulatabad , Dhankot, Basai, Kadipur Garoli Khurd, Harsaru, Khandsa, Hayatpur Babupur Sector 25 to 60 Villages : Nathupur, DLF I, II, III, Sikandarpur, South City , Chakarpur,Kanhai Wazirabad, Amirpur, Gawal Pahari , Tigra, Silokra, Jharsa, Badsahpur, Palra, Kaderpur, Ullahawas, Narsinghpur,Hasanpur, Kharki Dula Manesar Industrial Area, Villages : Sikhopur, Rampura, Manesar, Pachgoan, Kasan , Kakrola, Badha, Nawada, Nakhrola, Chandla Dungarwas, Sehrawan, Baskusla, Naurangpur. Hali Mandi, Villages - Chhilaki, Nurghar, Hussaka, Gudhna, Mandhpura, Rajpura, Faridpur, Khandewla, Jataula, Tripari, Jari, Jodi Sapka, Mehchana, Janola, Rampur,

Sr.No. Designation 1 Inspector Food & Supply 2 Sub Inspector Food & Supply

3.

Inspector Food & Supply

4.

Sub Inspector Food & Supply

5. 6. 7.

Inspector Food & Supply Sub Inspector Food & Supply Inspector Food & Supply

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8.

Sub Inspector Food & Supply

9.

Inspector Food & Supply

10. 11.

Sub Inspector Food & Supply Inspector Food & Supply

12.

Sub Inspector Food & Supply

13.

Inspector Food & Supply

14.

Sub Inspector Food & Supply

Khor, Khanpur, Nanukalan, Bapas, Khalilpur, Mujabad, Balewa, Mohmiwas, Phari, Inchapuri, Sadhipur. Pataudi, Villages - Patheri , Langda, Bilashpur, Rathiwas, Shidrawali , Bhorakala, Nurpur, Uchamajra, Ghos Ghar, Padasoli, Turkhpur, Baspadamka, Darapur, Mau Lokra , Lokri. Farrukh Nagar Ward No. 1 to 11 Villages :- Patli Hazipur, Shedpur, Mhommed Pur, Khetawas, Mokalwas, Babra Bakipur, Fazilpur Badli, Fakharpur, Makdola, Kaliawas, Iqbalpur, Jhanjrola Khera, Jhrola, Khwaspur, Taj Nagar, Sewari, Shekhpur Majra, Birhera, Jarau, Sunderpur, Gugana, Rajpura, Mushedpur, Gari Harsaru. Sohna Sector 1 Villages :- Bhondsi, Ghamroj, Mahanwara, Alipur, Garhi Bajidpur, Hariahera, Dhunela, Raisaina, Sanpki Nangli , Rithoj, Sajhawas, Behlpa, Kherla, DamDama, Abheypur, Lotki, Sirska, Dholla, Sohan city. Sohna Sector -2 Village :- Raipur, Lakhuwas, Silani , Khunpuri, Hazipur, Sacholi, Chaharpur, Jalani, Harchandpur, Sarmathla, Ghangholla, Numenra, Nemoth, Mandawar, Tehtad, Badshapur, Kherli, Kirnaki, Bhogpur Mandi.

15.

Inspector Food & Supply

16.

Sub Inspector Food & Supply

Detail of Resources A. GAS Agencies B. Area Covered

Sr. No. 1. Sector 1 to 24, Villages : Gurgaon, Sehraol, Dundahera, Molahera,Palamvihar, Sukhrali, Dulatabad , Dhankot, Basai, Kadipur

Sr.No. Name of Gas Agency i. Gagan Gas Ii. Golden Gas iii. Chand Gas iv. Sergari Gas v. Jagarti Gas vi. Raghu Gas -117-

Address Palam Vihar Palam Vihar Palam Vihar Gurgaon Gurgaon Gurgaon

Contact No. 0124-4073081 0124-4070210 0124-2323227 0124-2304888 0124-2301834 0124-2320260

Garoli Khurd, Harsaru, Khandsa, Hayatpur Babupur

vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Sector 25 to 60 Villages : Nathupur, DLF I, II, III, Sikandarpur, South City , Chakarpur,Kanhai Wazirabad, Amirpur, Gawal Pahari , Tigra, Silokra, Jharsa, Badsahpur, Palra, Kaderpur, Ullahawas, Narsinghpur,Hasanpur, Kharki Dula Manesar Industrial Area, Villages : Sikhopur, Rampura, Manesar, Pachgoan, Kasan , Kakrola, Badha, Nawada, Nakhrola, Chandla Dungarwas, Sehrawan, Baskusla, Naurangpur. Hali Mandi, Villages - Chhilaki, Nurghar, Hussaka, Gudhna, Mandhpura, Rajpura, Faridpur, Khandewla, Jataula, Tripari, Jari, Jodi Sapka, Mehchana, Janola, Rampur, Khor, Khanpur, Nanukalan, Bapas, Khalilpur, Mujabad, Balewa, Mohmiwas, Phari, Inchapuri, Sadhipur. Pataudi, Villages - Patheri , Langda, Bilashpur, Rathiwas, Shidrawali , Bhorakala, Nurpur, Uchamajra, Ghos Ghar, Padasoli, Turkhpur, Baspadamka, Darapur, Mau

i. ii. Iii. iv. v.

Madhu Gas Pargati Gas Raj Gas Mata Sheetla Gas Anand Enterprises Gurgaon Gas Service Manjeet Gas Shanti Gas Guru Kirpa Gas Urvashi Gas Ravi Gas

Gurgaon Gurgaon Gurgaon Gurgoan Gurgoan

0124-2311785 0124-2334343 0124-2646388 0124-2332556 0124-2322922

Chakkar pur DLF Benti

0124-2561403 0124-2354199 0124-4046368 0124-2570407 0124-6464032

i.

Manesar Gas (HP)

Manesar

09871245786

i.

Bharat Gas Agency

Hailay Mandi

i.

Pataudi Indian Gas

Pataudi

09416236159

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Lokra , Lokri. 6. i. Farrukh Nagar Ward No. 1 to 11 Villages :- Patli Hazipur, Shedpur, Mhommed Pur, Khetawas, Mokalwas, Babra Bakipur, Fazilpur Badli, ii. Fakharpur, Makdola, Kaliawas, Iqbalpur, Jhanjrola Khera, Jhrola, Khwaspur, Taj Nagar, Sewari, Shekhpur Majra, Birhera, Jarau, Sunderpur, Gugana, Rajpura, Mushedpur, Gari Harsaru. Sohna Sector 1 i. Villages :- Bhondsi, Ghamroj, Mahanwara, Alipur, Garhi Bajidpur, Hariahera, Dhunela, Raisaina, Sanpki Nangli , Rithoj, Sajhawas, Behlpa, Kherla, DamDama, Abheypur, Lotki, Sirska, Dholla, Sohan city. Sohna Sector -2 Village :- Raipur, Lakhuwas, Silani , Khunpuri, Hazipur, Sacholi, Chaharpur, Jalani, Harchandpur, Sarmathla, Ghangholla, Numenra, Nemoth, Mandawar, Tehtad, Badshapur, Kherli, Kirnaki, Bhogpur Mandi. i. Sahid Shyam Singh Farrukh Nagar 0124-2015786

Indian, Farruh Nagar

Farrukh Nagar

0124-2016786

7.

Sohna Gas Agency

Sohna

0946930594

8.

Sohna Gas Agency

Sohna

0946930594

B: Kerosene Oil Sr. Area Covered No. 1. Sector 1 to 24, Villages : Gurgaon, Sehraol, Dundahera, Molahera,Palamvihar, Sukhrali, Dulatabad ,

Sr.N Name of o. Kerosene Oil Dealer i. M/s Anand Parkash Oil Co.

Address

Contact No.

Sadar Bazar, Gurgaon

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2.

3.

4.

5.

Dhankot, Basai, Kadipur Garoli Khurd, Harsaru, Khandsa, Hayatpur Babupur Hali Mandi, Villages - Chhilaki, Nurghar, Hussaka, Gudhna, Mandhpura, Rajpura, Faridpur, Khandewla, Jataula, Tripari, Jari, Jodi Sapka, Mehchana, Janola, Rampur, Khor, Khanpur, Nanukalan, Bapas, Khalilpur, Mujabad, Balewa, Mohmiwas, Phari, Inchapuri, Sadhipur. Pataudi, Villages - Patheri , Langda, Bilashpur, Rathiwas, Shidrawali , Bhorakala, Nurpur, Uchamajra, Ghos Ghar, Padasoli, Turkhpur, Baspadamka, Darapur, Mau Lokra , Lokri. Farrukh Nagar Ward No. 1 to 11 Villages :- Patli Hazipur, Shedpur, Mhommed Pur, Khetawas, Mokalwas, Babra Bakipur, Fazilpur Badli, Fakharpur, Makdola, Kaliawas, Iqbalpur, Jhanjrola Khera, Jhrola, Khwaspur, Taj Nagar, Sewari, Shekhpur Majra, Birhera, Jarau, Sunderpur, Gugana, Rajpura, Mushedpur, Gari Harsaru. Sohna Sector 1 Villages :- Bhondsi, Ghamroj, Mahanwara, Alipur, Garhi Bajidpur, Hariahera, Dhunela, Raisaina, Sanpki Nangli , Rithoj, Sajhawas, Behlpa, Kherla, DamDama, Abheypur, Lotki, Sirska, Dholla, Sohan city.

i.

M/s Kirpa Jagan Nath Oil Co.

Hailay Mandi

i.

M/s Kirpa Jagan Nath Oil Co.

Hailay Mandi

i.

M/s Kirpa Jagan Nath Oil Co.

Hailay Mandi

i.

M/s Karan Oil Co.

Sohna

09312833273, 0946352852

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6.

Sohna Sector -2 Village :- Raipur, Lakhuwas, Silani , Khunpuri, Hazipur, Sacholi, Chaharpur, Jalani, Harchandpur, Sarmathla, Ghangholla, Numenra, Nemoth, Mandawar, Tehtad, Badshapur, Kherli, Kirnaki, Bhogpur Mandi. D : Petrol Pumps

i.

M/s Karan Oil Co.

Sohna

09312833273, 0946352852

Sr. Area Covered No. 1. Sector 1 to 24, Villages : Gurgaon, Sehraol, Dundahera, Molahera,Palamvihar, Sukhrali, Dulatabad , Dhankot, Basai, Kadipur Garoli Khurd, Harsaru, Khandsa, Hayatpur Babupur

Sr. Name of Gas No. Agency i. M/s Vijay Brothers, Ii. iii. M/s Rajan Auto Co M/s Aksahi Feeing Statiion

Address Near I.G. Office, Gurgaon, Mehruli Road, Gurgoan Sector-5 Mata Road , Gurgaon Sector -9, Gurgoan Village Kadi Pur, Gurgaon. Village Wazirpur Mehruli Road Gurgaon Mehruli Road Gurgaon N.H. -8 Sector15, GGN Railway Road Gurgaon New Palam Vihar Dhankot, Gurgaon Sector-29, Gurgaon

Contact No. 0124-4084636

0124-5015301

iv.

M/s Vansh Feeling Station v. Ram Avtar Feeling Station vi. Krishan Service Center vii. Haryana Agro Industries viii. Rajasthan Raj Marge ix. Suraj Auto x. xi. xii. 2. Sector 25 to 60 i. Villages : Nathupur, DLF I, II, III, Sikandarpur, South Kataria Fuel Point Rana Fuel Dhankot Feeling Sahid Ram Phal Feeling Station (IOC)

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City , Chakarpur,Kanhai ii. Wazirabad, Amirpur, Gawal Pahari , Tigra, Silokra, Jharsa, Badsahpur, Palra, Kaderpur, Ullahawas, iii. Narsinghpur,Hasanpur, Kharki Dula iv. v. vi. vii.

Sahid Jai Parkash Joon Feeling Station (IOC) Fuel Jun Station H.P. Hira Fuel (IOC) Deep Petrol Sapna Car Care Center (BPL) B.P. 48 (BPL)

Sector-29, Gurgoan

viii. Meer Singh Fuel Point 3. Manesar Industrial Area, Villages : Sikhopur, Rampura, Manesar, Pachgoan, Kasan , Kakrola, Badha, Nawada, Nakhrola, Chandla Dungarwas, Sehrawan, Baskusla, Naurangpur. i. Petro Mal (IOC)

ii.

Ham Shalya Service Station Jam Nagar Feeling Station Moti Ram & Co. (HPC) Matree Motors M/s Seeta Services Rama Highway Sohna Jain Feeling Station Shri Chand & Sons

iii.

iv. v. vi.

4.

5.

Sohna Sector 1 Villages :- Bhondsi, Ghamroj, Mahanwara, Alipur, Garhi Bajidpur, Hariahera, Dhunela, Raisaina, Sanpki Nangli , Rithoj, Sajhawas, Behlpa, Kherla, DamDama, Abheypur, Lotki, Sirska, Dholla, Sohan city. Sohna Sector -2 Village :- Raipur, Lakhuwas, Silani , Khunpuri, Hazipur, Sacholi, Chaharpur, Jalani,

i. ii. iii.

DLF, Phase-, Gurgaon Sector-53, Gurgoan Sector-52A, Gurgaon Sector-42, Gurgaon Sector-48, Gurgoan Village Islampur, Gurgaon Village Sikhopur Gurgaon Village Nakhrola N.H.8 Gurgaon. Village Kukrola N.H. 8, Gurgaon Sector-3, IMT, Manesar N.H.-8 Manesar Village Kharki Doula,N.H. 8 Gurgaon Sohna Sohna Sohna

0972850802 09215667015 0124-2362232

i. ii.

Rama Highway Sohna Jain Feeling Station -122-

Sohna Sohna

0972850802 09215667015

Harchandpur, Sarmathla, Ghangholla, Numenra, Nemoth, Mandawar, Tehtad, Badshapur, Kherli, Kirnaki, Bhogpur Mandi.

iii.

Shri Chand & Sons

Sohna

0124-2362232

Storage & Essential Food and Other items Sr.No. Name of Organization 1. HAFAD Storage Capacity Gurgoan Nil Hailimandi 10 thousnad Metricton Nil As per required the facility will provide from PDS item Direction of D.C. will be complied Contact Person District Manager Address & Contact No. New Anaz Mandi Khandsa Rd. Gurgaon 0124-2320862

2.

CONFAD

District Manager ADC office 1st floor Room No. 107, 01242320530

3.

Haryana Agro

Distt. Manger

Mehrauli Road Opp. SBI Bank Gurgaon 0124-2320315

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PUBLIC WORK DEPARTMENT


I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Designation Executive Engineer Address and Contact No. 9810524542

Sr.no. Name of Branch Director 1 Sh. R.A. Hooda II.

Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Designation SDE, PSD-1 SDE, PSD-4 SDE, PSD-1, Sohna Address & Contact No. 9871121949 9215888121 09466704146

Sr.No. Name of Division Supervisor 1 Sh. H.K. Sharma 2 Sh, Harpal Singh 3 Sh. Rattan Lal III.

Group/Task Force Leader Designation Junior Engineer Junior Engineer Junior Engineer Junior Engineer Address & Contact No. 9873948145 9810831220 9268718355 9718161808 Area Gurgaon Municipal area

Sr.No. Name of Team Leader 1 Sh. Ajit Singh 2 Sh. Ravinder Yadav 3 Sh. Virender Kumar 4 SH. Karmbir IV.

Group/Task Force Members Designation Junior Engineer Junior Engineer Junior Engineer Junior Engineer Address & Contact No. 9873948145 9810831220 9268718355 9718161808 Area Gurgaon Municipal area

Sr.No. Name of Team Leader 1 Sh. Ajit Singh 2 Sh. Ravinder Yadav 3 Sh. Virender Kumar 4 SH. Karmbir IV.

Essential Resources Contact Person & Area Chauhan (Bhondsi) Deswal (Gurgaon) -124Address & Contact No. 9813082121 9811837026

Sr.no. Name of Item 1 JCB 2 JCB

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

JCB JCB JCB JCB JCB JCB Cranes

Krishan (Khoh) Naresh (Kherki Daula) Jalui (Gurgaon) Lalit (Kadarpur) Modi (Gurgaon) Rajesh (Rithoj) Goo One Crane Services Vinod Crane Services

10

Cranes

11 12 13

2 Nos. Road Roller 2 Nos.Truck 2 Nos. Jeep

SDE, PSD-1 SDE, PSD-4 SDE, PSD-1, Sohna

9810721475 9899700743 9812177046 9811535638 9810018633 9899549335 Sector -17, Near Passco Body Shop 9810933537 Palam Guraon Road Near Sehraul Mour 9811171549 9871121949 9215888121 09466704146

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Public Health Department


I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Sr.no. Name of Branch Designation Address and Contact No. Director 1 Pardeep Kumar Executive Engineer, Pubic Health Department, Gurgaon Gurgaon 0124-4238801 2 Executive Engineer, Public Helath Sohna, Sohna 0124-2362260 II. Sr.no. 1 2 3 4 5 6. 7. III. Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Designation SDE No.I SDE No. II SDE No. III SDE No. iv SDE Sohna SDE Pataudi SDE Address Gurgaon Farrukh Nagar Gurgaon Town HR. Bhawan Sohna Pataudi GWI Contact No. 0124-4238801 0124-4238801 0124-4238801 0124-4238801 0124-2362260 0124-4238801 0124-4238801

Group/Task Force Leader Contact No 0124-4238801

Sr.no. Designation Office Address 1 Junior Engineers Division 1 Pubic Health Department, Gurgaon IV. Group/ Task Force Member

Sr.no. 1

Designation Junior Engineers Division 1

Address & Contact No. Pubic Health Department, Gurgaon

Area 0124-4238801

V.
A.

Details of Essential Resources


Availability of Gen.SET to Run the T/Wells (Farukh Nagar Block Some Part of Pataudi Block) District Gurgaon -126-

Sr. No

Name of Agency & contact No. M/s Flowell Engg. Gurgaon

1.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

M/S Mukesh Electrical Pataudi M/S Sunrise Enterprise

Capacity & No. of Gen. Set available 10 KVA-4 Nos. 32 KVA-3 Nos. 63 KVA-4 Nos. 100 KVA-4 Nos. 10 KVA-4 Nos.

Area covered

Contact No

Farukh Nagar Town & Rural

09811215995

10 KVA-2 Nos. 63 KVA-2 Nos. M/S Naryan Generator 63 KVA-4 Nos. 10 KVA-2 Nos. M/S Guru Pumps 10 KVA-2 Nos. 63 KVA-2 Nos. Sh. Kuldeep Singh 63 KVA-2 Nos. Contr. 10 KVA-2 Nos. Sh. Balraj Singh 63 KVA-2 Nos. 10 KVA-2 Nos. M/s Krishan Generator 10 KVA-4 Nos. Pataudi 63 KVA-2 Nos. M/S Madan Tent House 10 KVA-2 Nos. Farrukh Nagar

Farukh Nagar Town & Rural Farukh Nagar Town & Rural Farukh Nagar Town & Rural Farukh Nagar Town & Rural Farukh Nagar Town & Rural Farukh Nagar Town & Rural Farukh Nagar Town & Rural Farukh Nagar Town & Rural

0946652202 0999970971 0124-2329377 09811034376 09812408778 09812860098 09050573355 098134781891

B.

Availability of Gen. Set to run the T/Wells. Sub Division no-1, Gurgaon

Sr. no
1. 2. 3. 4.

Name of Agency & contact no.


M/S Flowell Engg. Gurgaon 09811215995 M/S Mukesh Electrical Pataudi 09466502202 M/S sunrise Enterprises 0999970971 V. S. Enterprises 09268690575

Capacity and No. of Gen. Set available


10 KVA-2 Nos. 63 KVA-2 Nos. 63 KVA-2 Nos. 10 KVA-2 Nos. 63 KVA-2 Nos. 10 KVA-2 Nos. 10 KVA-4 Nos. 63 KVA-2 Nos.

C.

Gen. Set to Run the Tub wells of Gurgaon Town Sr. no 1 No of Gen. Set available with capacity 3 Nos. 10KVA Address and Phone No. Bharat Pump Project 981104437

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2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 D.

2 Nos. 10KVA 2 Nos. 10KVA 2 Nos. 10KVA 3 Nos. 10KVA 2 Nos. 10KVA 2 Nos. 10KVA 2 Nos. 10KVA 2 Nos. 5 KVA 2 Nos. 5 KVA

Classic Engineer 9310888002 Jyoti Trading Company 9811004459 Jescone s Engineer Limited 011-25748654 Paras Electrical & Mech. Store 011-23216398 M/S Flowell Engg. Gurgaon 9811215995 M/S Guru Engg. Works 9811034376 Sh. Anoop Singh Contractors 9818404696 M/S Shivam Electrical 9654349898 M/S S. R. B. Enterprises 9811109337

Source of Water through Private Tankers area relate to Farrukh nagar S/Division (Farrukh Nagar Block some part of Pataudi Block) District Gurgaon. Sr. No. of Private No. of Responsible Person No Tanker Private and Contact no Tankers 1 Dobada Village 2 Nos. Sh. Jai Parkash 9992712211 2 Jai hind ki Dhani 1 Nos. Sh. Rambir 9812599148 3 Basunda 1 Nos. Sh. Dharmbir 9813153456 4 Tripari 1 Nos. Sh. Rambir 9812599148 5 Khandewla 1 Nos. Sh. Dharmbir 9813153456 6 Raju Pur 1 Nos. M/S Dhasu W/supplier 9416611821 7 Karola 1 Nos. M/S Saini W/supplier 0124-2375764 8 Farid Pur 1 Nos. M/S Sonu W/supplier 9813300123 9 Dhani Mehchana 1 Nos. Sh. Rambir 9812599148 10 Jarola 2 Nos. Sh. Rambir 9812599148 -128-

11 12 13 14 15

Fazil pur badli Taj Nagar Ram Karan ki Dhani Joniwas Farrukhnagar Town

1 Nos. 2 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 33 Nos.

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Mubarikpur Kaliwas Sultan Pur Iqbal Pur Khera Jhanjrola Dhani Mirchi Ki Dhani Chomia Dhanawas Khentawas Mohamad Pur Said pur Patli hazipur Gugana Siwari

2 Nos. 1 Nos. 2 Nos. 1 Nos. 2 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 3 Nos. 1 Nos.

Sh. Surender 9812334039 M/S Saini W/supplier 0124-2375764 M/S Sonu W/supplier 9813300123 Sh. Jai Parkash 9992712211 M/S Dhasu W/supplier 9416611821 M/S Saini W/supplier 0124-2375764 M/S Sonu W/supplier 9813300123 M/S Surender W/supplier 9416611821 Sh. Rambir 9812599148 Sh. Rambir 9812599148 Sh. Jai Parkash 9992712211 Sh. Ram Karan 9992287457 Sh. Naresh Yadav 9813775325 M/S Sonu carrier 9813153456 M/S Saini W/supplier 0124-2375764 Sh. Naresh Yadav 9813775325 Sh. Jai Parkash 9992712211 Sh. Jai Parkash 9992712211 Sh. Rambir 9812599148 Sh. Surender 9992417638 Sh. Mukesh 9812055859 Sh. Radhey 9728467137

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30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 E.

Dhani Siwari Majri Sunder Pur Jarou Birhera Mushaid Pur Dooma Khera Khuram Pur Garhi Nathe Kha Almudin Pur Palri

1 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 3 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 1 Nos. 2 Nos.

Sh. Radhey 9728467137 Sh. Bholu Ram 9991362452 Sh. Mukesh 9812055859 Sh. Bholu Ram 9991362452 M/S Dhasu W/supplier 9416611821 M/S Dhasu W/supplier 9416611821 Sh. Bholu Ram 9991362452 Sh. Naresh Yadav 9813775325 M/S Sonu carrier 9813153456 Sh. Jai Parkash 9992712211 Sh. Jai Parkash 9992712211

Alternate Source of water under Farrukh Nagar Sub Division (Farrukh Nagar Block some part of Pataudi Block) Distt. Gurgaon Private Tubewell

Sr.No. Area to be covered 1. Daboda 2. Jai Hind Ki Dhani & Ram Ji Lal Ki Dhani Basunda

No. of Private Tube well 2 Nos. T/well 4 Nos. T/well

Owner Name Sh. Satish Pandit Sh. Daya Ram Sh. Rajbir Sh. Mahender Sh. Rohtash Sh. Ved Sh. Tara Chand Sh. Bhim Singh Sh. Raj Pal Sh. Gokal Sh. Ram Phal Sh. Mahender Sh. Ram Chander Sh. Bhim Parjapati Sh. Joginder

3.

4 Nos. T/well & 1 No. Hand Pump

4.

Tirpari

3 Nos. T/well & 4 Nos. Hand Pump

5.

Khandewla

5 Nos. T/well & 3 Nos. Hand Pump -130-

Contact No./ Address 09991082256 09416612155 09466386121 09991715812 09868482385 09853260660 09728757100 Vill. Basunda 09671805567 Vill. Basunda 09992607425 0124209011905 09996299946 09813566014 09812736614

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Raju Pur Karola Farid Pur Dhani Mehchana Jarola

1 No. T/well 2 Nos. T/well 2 Nos. T/well 1 No. T/well 4 Nos. T/well

11.

Fazilpur Badli

4 Nos. T/well & 8 Nos. Hand Pump

12.

Taj Nagar

5 Nos. T/well & 1 No. Hand Pump

13.

Joniawas

6 Nos. T/wells

14.

Farrukh Nagar

6 Nos. T/wells

15.

Mubarik Pur

2 Nos. T/well & 2 Nos. Hand Pump

Sh. Naresh Sh. Surender Sh. Ram Jiwan Master Jabber Singh Sh. Ashokl Tawar Sh. Subhash Sh. Mangat Sh. Sat Parkash Sh. Jagdish Sh . Narender Sh. Ram Parsad Sh. Vijay Sh. Mahipal Sh. Rajender Sh. Sarda Nand Sh. Ajit Sh. Ved Parkash Sh. Khem Chand Sh. Rameshwar Sh. Narender Sh. Phool Singh Sh. Naveen Sh. Umedh Sh. Satbir Sh. Raghbir Sh. Mangat Sh. Sat Parkash Sh. Ram Kumar Sh. Ram Parsad M/s Dhasu W/ Suppl. M/s Sani W/ Suppl. M/s Sonu W/ Suppl. M/s Surender W/Suppl. M/s Sonu Carrier Sh. Satbir Sh. Ram Phal

16. 17. 18. 19.

Kaliawas Iqbalpur Dhani Mirchi Ki Dhanawas

2 Nos. T/well & 2 Nos. Hand Pump 1 No. T/well & 1 No. Hand Pump 1 No. T/well 2 Nos. T/well -131-

Sh. Madan Sh. Kehar Singh Sh. Norang Sh. Bihari Lal Sh. Kuldeep

09812512634 09991383842 09416426859 09728820560 09812556678 Vill. Karola 09991536302 09990422037 09813652690 09992123701 Vill. Jarola Vill. Jarola 09728986885 09466445177 Vill. Fazilpur 09991737525 Vill. Fazilpur Vill. Fazilpur Vill. Taj Nagar 09466601755 Vill. Taj Nagar 09728463554 Vill. Joniawas Vill. Joniawas Vill. Joniawas 09991536302 09990422037 Vill. Joniawas Vill. Farrkuh Nagar 09416611821 0124-2375764 09813300123 09416611821 09813153456 Vill Mubarik Pur Vill Mubarik Pur Vill. Kaliawas Vill. Kaliawas 09812552974 Vill. Dhani Mirchi Ki Vill. Dhanawas

20.

Khetawas

4 Nos. T/well & 3 Nos. Hand Pump

21.

Mohmed Pur

7 Nos. T/wells

Sh. Ved Parkash Sh. Suraj Sh. Dipender Sh. Sarjeet Sh. Bhagwan Singh Sh. Ishwar Singh Sh. Kartar Singh Sh. Balbir Sh. Sanjay Sh. Kalian Sh. Sonu

22.

Said pur

3 Nos. T/wells & 2 Nos. Hand Pump 25 Nos. T/wells & 30 Nos. Hand Pump

23.

Patli Hazipur

Sh. Dolat Ram Sh. Rakesh Sh. Bihari Lal Sh. Raj pal Dhankar Sh. Raju Pandit Sh. Ram Kumar

24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Gugana Siwari & Dhani Siwari Majri (Shekh Pur) Sunder Pur Jarou Khera

2 Nos. T/well 1 No. T/well & 4 Nos. Hand Pump 2 Nos. T/well 1 No. T/well 6 Nos. T/well 4 Nos. Hand Pump

Sh. Imrat Sh. Rambir Singh Sh. Raju Pur Sh. Omkar Sh. Tala Ram Sh. Stabir Sh. Hemana Kumar Sh. Satish Sh. Ram Kishan Sh. Ashok Sh. Ranbir Sh. Ram Kumar Panchayati Sh. Pappu Singh Sh. Rambir Sh. Bishember Sh. Daya Ram

09050034300 09050080228 09911508052 09813344257 09813367654 Vill. Mohmad Pur Vill. Mohmad Pur Vill. Mohmad Pur Vill. Mohmad Pur 09813476625 09312578717 098997000513 09811407049 Vill. Said Pur Vill. Patli Hazipur Vill. Patli Hazipur Vill. Patli Hazipur Vill. Gugana 09812492835 09050812934 09416331266 Vill. Majri 09992186520 Vill. Khera 09992121857 08059662505 09813326434 09812373733 Vill.l Khera 09813363704 Vill. Palri Vill. Palri Vill. Palri

29. 30.

Garhi Nathe Kha Palri

1 No. T/well 4 Nos. T/well 1 No. Hand Pump

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Irrigation Department
I.
Sr. No. 1. 2.

Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section


Designation Executive Engineer Alternative Executive Engineer Address Contact No. GWS Division Canal 0124-2323940 Colony Gurgaon Const. Division No. 0124-2323940 31, Canal Colony Gurgoan

II.
Sr. No. 1.

Devision Supervisors
Designation SDO Address GWS Sub Division Gurgaon Contact No. Area Municipal Corp. Area DLF Phase I to V & Sector 55 to 59 Pataudi

0124-2323940

2.

SDO

3.

SDO

4.

SDO

GWS Sub 0124-2323940 Division No. 12 Canal Colony Gurgaon GWS Sub 0124-2323940 Division No. 14, Gurgaon GWS Project 0124-2323940 Sub Division No. 2 Gurgaon

Farrukh Nagar Sohna

III.
Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Group/Task Force Leader


Designation JE-I JE-II JE-III JE IV Office Address Contact No. Area Municipal Corp. Area DLF Phase I to V & Sector 55 to 59 Sector 21 to 23 Palam Vihar Main Gurgaon City, Khandsa Road, Sector10-A, Basai Road, Sector -37 Pataudi

Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon

0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940

5.

JE-I

Canal Colony, Gurgaon -133-

0124-2323940

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

JE-II JE-III JE-IV JE-I JE-II JE-III JE-IV JE-I JE-II JE-III JE-IV

Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon

0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940
Sohna Farrkh Nagar

IV.
Sr. No. 1.

Group/Task Force Mamber


Designation JE-I Address Contact No. Area Municipal Corp. Area DLF Phase I to V & Sector 55 to 59

Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon

0124-2323940

2. 3. 4.

JE-II JE-III JE IV

0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940


Sector 21 to 23 Palam Vihar Main Gurgaon City, Khandsa Road, Sector10-A, Basai Road, Sector -37 Pataudi

5. 6. 7.

JE-I JE-II JE-III

Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon -134-

0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

JE-IV JE-I JE-II JE-III JE-IV JE-I JE-II JE-III JE-IV

Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon Canal Colony, Gurgaon

0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940 0124-2323940


Sohna Farrkh Nagar

V. Sr. No. 1.

List of Inventory Mechanical Sub Division (Irrigation Department) Sohna. Item D.P. Set (2Cusec Capacity) E.P. Set (30hp, 40hp & 50hp) M.S. Pipe (8 Inc. Dia ) Suction Pipe ( 5 Inch.) Truck Contact No.& Address SDO, Mechanical Sub Division, (Irrigation Department) Sohna. -doQuantity 11Nos.

2.

12Nos.

3. 4. 5.

-do-do-do-

30 Mtr. 50 Mtr. 1 No.

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ELECTRICITY DEPARTMENT
I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Address KCG Division Sohna Contact No. 0124-2221638 0124-2362344

Sr.no. Designation 1 Executive Engineers 2 Executive Engineers II.

Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Address KCG Division Sohna Manesar Contact No. 0124-2221638 0124-2362344 0124-2225392

Sr.no. Designation 1 Sub Divisional Officers 2 Sub Divisional Officer 3 Sub Divisional Officer III. Group/Task Force Leader

Sr.no. Designation 1. JEs/AFM/LM 2. JEs/AFM/LM 3. JEs/AFM/LM IV. Sr.no. 1. 2. 3.

Address KCG Sohna Manesar

Contact No. 0124-2221638 0124-2362344 0124-2225392

Group/Task Force Member Designation Address JEs/AFM/LM KCG JEs/AFM/LM Sohna JEs/AFM/LM Manesar

Contact No. 0124-2221638 0124-2362344 0124-2225392

List of Inventory Mechanical Sub Division Electricity Department. Sr. No. 1. 2. Item Truck Cantor Sawraj Mazda & Hydrolic Crane Truck Sawraj Pick up Bajaj Pick Up Contact No.& Address SDE, Manesar, Pataudi, Gurgaon , Sohna Quantity 1 1

3. 4. 5.

2 2 1

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COMMUNICATION DEPARTMENT
I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Address and Contact No. 09466007700

Sr.no. Designation 1 II. Sr.no. 1 2 3 4 III. Sr.no. 1 2 3` 4 5 6 7 IV. Sr.no. 1 2 3` 4 5 6 7 GM,TD, Telephone Exchange

Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Designation DGM, Urban DGM Rural DGM, Administration DGM, Finance Group/Task Force Leader Designation Engineer, Gurgaon (Urban) Engineer, Sector- 18, (Urban) Engineer, DLF, (Urban) Engineer, Internal Engineer, Transmission Engineer, Rural Engineer, Rural Group/Task Force Member Designation Engineer, Gurgaon (Urban) Engineer, Sector- 18, (Urban) Engineer, DLF, (Urban) Engineer, Internal Engineer, Transmission Engineer, Rural Engineer, Rural Address & Contact No. 09416026025 09416026086 09416130822 09416026036 09416026021 09416026277 09416026151 -137Area Gurgaon Uraban Area Sector -18 DLF Uraban Area Interanal Area Gurgaon Gurgaon Rural Area Gurgaon Rural Area Gurgaon Address & Contact No. 09416026025 09416026086 09416130822 09416026036 09416026021 09416026277 09416026151 Area Gurgaon Uraban Area Sector -18 DLF Uraban Area Interanal Area Gurgaon Gurgaon Rural Area Gurgaon Rural Area Gurgaon Address & Contact No. 09416000224 09416006066 09416006066

V. Sr. No. 1

Essential Resources/ Strike Team Contact Person Address& Contact No. SDO/JTO 09416026055

Resources Vehicle Handset Drop wire Cable Wireless Handset Tool Box Jointing Kit Vehicle OTDR Power Source Power Meter Splicing Machine Wireless Handset Tool Box

SDO/JTO

09416026127

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TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT
I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Address Office of the secy. RTA, Gurgaon, 5 th floor, mini secretariat, Gurgaon G.M. Haryana Roadways Office, Near Bus Stand Gurgaon Contact No. 0124-2224444, 999999005

Sr.no. Designation 1 Secy. RTA, Gurgaon

G.M. Haryana Roadways, Gurgaon

0124-2322432

II.

Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Address & Contact No. Office of the secy. RTA, Gurgaon, 5th floor, mini secretariat, Gurgaon 0124-2224444, 999999005 Asstt. Secretary, RTA, Gurgaon, 0124-2224444 09582716335

Sr.no. Designation 1 Asst.Secretary, RTA, Gurgaon 2 Asstt. Secretary RTA, Gurgaon Group/Task Force Leader

III.

Sr.no. Designation 1. TM 2. 3. Work Manager Duty Inspector

Address G.M. Haryana Roadways Office G.M. Haryana Roadways Office G.M. Haryana Roadways Office

Contact No. 0124-23223921 0124-2322432 0124-2322432

IV. Group/Task Force Member Sr.no. Designation Address 1. Transport Manager G.M. Haryana Roadways Office 2. Work Manager G.M. Haryana Roadways Office 3. Duty Inspector G.M. Haryana Roadways Office

Contact No. 0124-23223921 0124-2322432 0124-2322432

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V.

Essential resources/ Strike Team Contact Person GM Haryana Roadwarys Address & Contact No. G.M. Haryana Roadways Office, Near Bus Stand Gurgaon 0124-2322432

Sr.no. Name of Item 1 2 3 4 5 Ordinary buses, 130 City buses, 20 A.C buses, 13 Recovery vehicle, 01 Pick up 01

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HARYANA URBAN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (HUDA)


I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Office Address HUDA, Div, No. I, Gurgaon HUDA, Div, No. II, Gurgaon HUDA , Div. No. III,Gurgaon HUDA, Div, No. IV, Gurgaon HUDA, Div, No. 1, Gurgaon HUDA, Div, No. 1, Gurgaon Contact No. 0124-2320122 0124-2322995 0124-2328736 0124-2311633 0124-2381140 0124-2308031

Sr.no. Designation 1. Executive Engineer 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. II. Executive Engineer Executive Engineers Executive Engineer Executive Engineer Executive Engineer

Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Office Address HUDA, Div, No. I, Gurgaon HUDA, Div, No. II, Gurgaon HUDA , Div. No. III,Gurgaon HUDA, Div, No. IV, Gurgaon HUDA, Div, No. 1, Gurgaon HUDA, Div, No. 1, Gurgaon Contact no. 0124-2320122 0124-2322995 0124-2328736 0124-2311633 0124-2381140 0124-2308031

Sr.no. Designation 1. SDEs 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. III. Sr.no. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. SDEs SDEs SDEs SDEs SDEs

Group/Task Force Leader Designation Address JEs HUDA, Div, No. I, Gurgaon JEs HUDA, Div, No. II, Gurgaon JEs HUDA , Div. No. III,Gurgaon JEs HUDA, Div, No. IV, Gurgaon JEs HUDA, Div, No. 1, Gurgaon JEs HUDA, Div, No. 1, Gurgaon

Contact No. 0124-2320122 0124-2322995 0124-2328736 0124-2311633 0124-2381140 0124-2308031

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IV. Group/Task Force Member Sr.no. Designation Address 1. JEs HUDA, Div, No. I, Gurgaon 2. JEs HUDA, Div, No. II, Gurgaon 3. JEs HUDA , Div. No. III,Gurgaon 4. JEs HUDA, Div, No. IV, Gurgaon 5. JEs HUDA, Div, No. 1, Gurgaon 6. JEs HUDA, Div, No. 1, Gurgaon V. Essential resources/ Strike Team

Contact No. 0124-2320122 0124-2322995 0124-2328736 0124-2311633 0124-2381140 0124-2308031

List of Tube wells Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Name of Sector 4&7 7 Ext. & HBC 9 9A 10 10A 37-1 37-2 No. of Tubewell which are in working position 1 1 --2 4 1 --

List of Gensets to Run the Tube well Zone 1 No. of Gen set required with Contact Person Cap 10 Nos. 10 KVA M/s Bharat Pump and Project 10 Nos. 10 KVA M/s S.S. Engineers 10 Nos. 10 KVA M/s Krishana Engineers 10 Nos. 10 KVA M/s Rehman Builder 10 Nos. 10 KVA Sh.Permod Manocha -142Contact No. 9811044347

2 3 4 5

9350140934 9810999951 9811661260 9811661260

6 7 8

10 Nos. 10 KVA 10 Nos. 10 KVA 10 Nos. 10 KVA

M/s Walia Flow System Sh. Vinod Manocha M/s Chand Enterprises

9873202833 9811661260 9810417290

Chlorination Required Zone Watar Required (in ltr.) 1000000 500000 850000 700000 750000 600000 500000 500000 5400000 Quantity of HYPO Required (in ltrs. 10.00 5.00 8.50 7.00 7.50 6.00 5.00 5.00 54.00 Chloride @ 1.0 ppm Address of Supplier & Contact No. M/s Chlora Aqua 9818014003

1 2 3 4 5. 6. 7. 8. Total

Contact Details of water Suppliers


Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12. Name of Water Supplier Sagar Water Supplier, Gurgaon Deepak Water Supplier Rajesh Water Supplier Saini Water Supplier Rao Water Supplier Sonu Water Supplier Surender water Supplier Anoop Singh Govt. Contractor Rajender Water Supplier Krishan Water Supplier Mukesh Water Supplier Lokesh Water Supplier Address & Contact no. 9212117600-999335452 9654976861 9312980680, Gurgaon 0124-2375764, Gurgaon Sultanpur Mod Farrukh Nagar, Gurgaon Wazirpur Mod Farrukh Nagar Wazirpur Mod Farrukh Nagar 9818404696, Sector 5, Gurgaon 09212566188 Arjun Nagar, Gurgaon Near Ram Cinema Bhandurgarh 9813147140 Vill. Uma Khir Faridabad Old Press Colony NIT Faridabad -143Tankers Available 11 8 7 5 7 9 5 6 7 9 5 9

13.

Satpal Mitti & Water Supplier Vijay Mitti & Water Supplier Jaldar Mitti & Water Supplier Sunil Water Supplier & Properties Sachin Water & Mitti Supplier Anoop Singh Water tanker Supplier Rao Water Supplier Shri Ram Water Supplier Ram Mehar Water Supplier SK Water Supplier Pritam tanker Supplier Shri Om Supplier

14. 15 16 17 18.

Vill. Ashthal Bohar Distt Rohtak 09416228534, 01262218902 Vill. Ashthal Bohar Mazara Distt Rohtak 09416131882 Vill. Gadhi Bohar Rohtak 09416051978 Badhi Road Bahadurgarh 099992183720 Rohtak Road Bhadurgarh Opp. Gurunanak Market New Railway Road, Gurgaon 09818404696 Uttam Nagar Delhi road Rewari 09416442965 Rajindra Park Gurgaon 9311157123 Rajindra Park Gurgaon 9250756141 Gurgaon 9811014170 Vill. Jona Pur Delhi 09999001678

10

10 9 8 7 9

19 20 21 22 23 24

9 7 8 7 9 12

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Animal Husbandry & Dairying, Department


I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Designation Deputy Director, I.C.D.P. & Dairying, Gurgaon Sub Divisional Officer Address and Contact No. 9313778080 9811852611

Sr.no. Name of Branch Director 1 2 II. Dr. S.S. Sangwan Dr. J.S. Kadiyan

Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Designation Doctor Doctor Doctor Doctor Address & Contact No. Kadipur, 9810659230 Sohna 9416456485 Pataudi, 9813318186 Farrukhnagar 9813472525

Sr.no. Name of Division Supervisor 1 Dr. Iqbal Singh Dahiya 2 3 4 III. S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. Dr. Rajender Singh Dr. K.S. Jaglan Dr. R.S. Joon Group/Task Force Leader Name team leader Dr. Kushum Lata Dr. meenakshi arya Dr. rajesh godara Dr. ram phai maan

Designation Doctor Doctor Doctor Doctor

Address & Contact No. 9212231898 9212187896 9971088336 9818319820

Area Gurgaoncity, islampur, khansa,Nahrpur Rupa, Kadipur, Garoli Khurd, Garoli kalan, basai, Gurgaon village, jharsa, kanahi, shilkhra, chakkarpur, shukrali, nathupur, sikandderpeur ghosi, samaspur, baliwas, gaul pahri, bandhwari, Dundahera, sherhol, moeahera, choma, catarpuri, badshspur, behrampur,

5.

Dr. narender Yadav

Doctor

9910187277

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6.

Dr. v. k. dhawan

Doctor

9650473333

teekri, akilmpur, palra, fazilpur jharsa, saktpur.

7.

Dr. Rajender Yadav

Doctor

09416456485

8.

Dr. Anita Yadav

Doctor

09868765215

9.

Dr. Subhash Gupta

Doctor

09416499515

10.

Dr.ravinder Yadav

doctor

09811204222

11. 12. 13.

Dr. Kuldeep Singh Dr. Neetu Dr. Neetu

Doctor Doctor Doctor

09813318186 09873860377 09873860377

14. 15. 16.

Dr. R.C. Kataria Dr. R.S. Joon Dr. Sunil Dutt

Doctor Doctor Doctor

09416382123 09813472515 09810575117

Sohna, Kharoda, Lakhuwas, Baluda, Dhunela, Berka, Khaika, Jakhupur, Raipur, Mohammed Pur, Hazipur, Balkhera, Mandi, Bhogpur, Khantpuri, Kharli, Kharanki, Tolni. Abhaypur, Damdama, Molahera, Lokri, Siraska, Mandawar, Daula, Harchandpur, Samathla, Loh Singhani, Chamanpura, Ghangola, Ranika Singhola, B/pur Tether, Biakhera, Nimot, Kherli Lal, Satlaka, Bhondsi, Rethoj, Shajawas, Behlpa, Kherla, Harihera, Raisena, Ghamroj, Gari Bjidpur, Alipur, Kadarpur, Dhumaspur, Medawas, Behrampur, Ulhawas. Pataudi, Lokri, Jasat, Gudhana, Maujabad, Hailymandi, Malikpur, Nanukala, Janaula, Bhurakalan, Rathiwas, Patheri, Jamalpur, Manesar, Bargujar, Kukrola, Nakhrola, Kasan, Mushedpur, Majri, Shiwari, Farrukh Nagar, Patli, Jautola, Khandewla, Gari Harsaru, Wazirpur, Budhera, Makrola,

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17. 18. 19. IV. S. No. 1. 2. 3.

Dr. Yogender Singh Doctor Dr. Punita Dr. Bharat Singh Doctor Doctor

09811347823 09810626465 09811694067, 09811204222

Kaliwas, Dultabad, Bajghera, Dhanwapur, Dhankot, Kherki Dula, Sikhopur, Mohmmad pur, Jharsa, Sikanderpur Kankrola,

Group/Task Force Member Name team Member Sh. Mandeep, Sh. Jitender Kumar Sh. Gulshan Designation VLDA VLDA Agriculture Inspector Address Semen Bank, Gurgaon Semen Bank Gurgaon Semen Bank Gurgaon Contact No.

V. Sr.No. 1 2 3

Services Services First-Aid Vaccination Life Saving Treatment Contect Person Deputy Director, Address & Contact No. I.C.D.P. & Dairying, Gurgaon 9313778080

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Haryana State Industrial & Infrastructure Development Corportaion (HSIIDC)


I.
Sr. No. 1.

Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section


Name of Branch Director Designation Deputy General Manager, Gurgaon Address & Contact No.

Mr. Hamvir Singh

2.

Mr. Divya Kamal

Deputy General Manager, Manesar

HSIIDC, Build. Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon. 0124-2291351/ 2342613 999600280 IMT,Manesar, Gurgoan Contact No. 01242291351/2290326

II.
Sr. No. 1.

Devision Supervisors
Designation Senor Manager Address Contact No.

2.

Senior Manager

HSIIDC, Build. Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon. IMT,Manesar, Gurgoan

0124-2291351/ 2342613

0124-2291351/ 2290326

III.
Sr. No. 1.

Group/Task Force Leader


Designation Mangers Address Contact No. Area

2.

Managers

HSIIDC, Build. Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon. HSIIDC, Build. Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon.

0124-2291351/ 2342613 0124-2291351/ 2342613

Udyog Vihar, Sector 34-35 & 74 & IMT, Manesar Udyog Vihar, Sector 34-35 & 74 & IMT, Manesar

IV.
Sr. No. 1.

Group/Task Force Mamber


Designation Mangers Address Contact No. Area

2.

Managers

HSIIDC, Build. Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon. HSIIDC, Build. Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon. -148-

0124-2291351/ 2342613 0124-2291351/ 2342613

Udyog Vihar, Sector 34-35 & 74 & IMT, Manesar Udyog Vihar, Sector 34-35 & 74 & IMT, Manesar

V.
Sr. No. 1. 2.

Essential Resources/ Stike Team


Name of Item Contact Person Address Contact No.

Tractor Tankers

Senior Manager Senior Manager

Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon

0124-2291351/ 2342613 0124-2291351/ 2342613

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FOREST Department
I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Designation Div. Forest Officer Address and Contact No. 0124-2322057, Forest Department Gurgoan

Sr.no. Name of Branch Director 1 Sh. Malik II.

Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Address Contact No. Forest Department 0124-2322057 Gurgaon

Sr.no. Designation 1 Assistant Conservators III. S. No. 1. Group/Task Force Leader Designation Assistant Conservators

Address Forest Department Gurgaon

Contact No. 0124-2322057

IV. S. No. 1.

Group/Task Force Member Name team Member Sh. I.C. Meena Designation Conservator Address Forest Department, Gurgaon Contact No. 0124-2322057

V. Sr.No.

Services Services Contect Person Address & Contact No.

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Industrial Safety & Health Department


I. Branch Director (Operation Section, Logistic Section, Planning Section) Contact No. 0124-2225004

Sr.no. Designation Address and 1 Dy. Directors Industrial Office 249-F , Sector 18. & Safety Health-I, II Udyog Vihar Phase IV Gurgaon 2. Dy. Labour Labour Commissioner Commissioenr Office, Gurgaon II. Division Supervisor (Operation Section) Address Office 249-F , Sector 18. Udyog Vihar Phase IV Gurgaon Office 249-F , Sector 18. Udyog Vihar Phase IV Gurgaon Office 249-F , Sector 18. Udyog Vihar Phase IV Gurgaon Office 249-F , Sector 18. Udyog Vihar Phase IV Gurgaon

0124-2220718

Sr.no. Designation 1 Assistant Director I

Contact No. 0124-2225004

Assistant Director II

0124-2225004

Assistant Director III

0124-2225004

Assistant Director Chemical

0124-2225004

III. S. No. 1.

Group/Task Force Leader Designation Safety Officer I Address& Contact No. Industrial & Safety Department, Gurgaon Area 1. Modiama Unit 2. Gourav International 3. Eastern Medicate Unit

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2.

Safety Officer

II

Industrial & Safety Department, Gurgaon

3.

Safety Officer

III

Industrial & Safety Department, Gurgaon Industrial & Safety Department, Gurgaon

4.

Safety Officer Cehmical

1. Honda 2. Maruti 3. Sona koy 4. Suneem 5. Subros 6. Ricco Auto 7. Endorance 1. Hero Honda 2. J.N.S. Instrument 3. Denso India Ltd. 4. Amtek Auto Ltd. 1. I.O.C. Ltd. 2. Maruti 3. Sona Seterling

IV. S. No. 1.

Group/Task Force Member Designation Safety Officer I Address& Contact No. Industrial & Safety Department, Gurgaon Industrial & Safety Department, Gurgaon Area 1. Modiama Unit 2. Gourav International 3. Eastern Medicate Unit 1. Honda 2. Maruti 3. Sona koy 4. Suneem 5. Subros 6. Ricco Auto 7. Endorance 1. Hero Honda 2. J.N.S. Instrument 3. Denso India Ltd. 4. Amtek Auto Ltd. 1. I.O.C. Ltd. 2. Maruti 3. Sona Seterling

2.

Safety Officer

II

3.

Safety Officer

III

Industrial & Safety Department, Gurgaon Industrial & Safety Department, Gurgaon

4.

Safety Officer Cehmical

Services Sr.No. 1. 2. Services All Safety Equipments All Fire protections Equipments Contect Person Address & Contact No. Assistant Director, Industrial & Safety Department I,II III & Chemical Assistant Director, Industrial & Safety Department I,II III & Chemical

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Resource Ordered

Source

5. Resources Summary ETA Site of * Deployme nt

Assignments

__________________________________ Prepared by (Name and Position): _________________ Signature Source : National Disaster Management Authority (GOI), 2010, National Disaster Management Guidelines : Incident Response System , National Disaster Management Authority (GO)I, New Delhi.

*ETA : Expected Time & Arrival

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Incident Status Summary (ISS) IRS From 002 Annexure II (Major Components) (Attach a separate Sheets in case space is not Sufficient ) 1.Name of the Incident : ________________ 2. Name of the IRT 3. Operation Period 4. Prepared _____________________________________ _____________________________ _____________________ Date : Time : 5. Name of the IC: _________________________________ 6. Phone No. _______________________________ 7. Current Situation (Nos. of Casualty) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Dead Identified and Unidentified cremated / dead bodies Location Injured Treated Discharged Patients referred buried dead (Specify Hospitals bodies with Locations

8. Status of Infrastructure (Put tick mark) (a) (b) (c) (d) Not Damage Partially Damaged Completely Damaged Infrastructure Road Railway Airport Water Supply Electricity Supply Communication Network Communities/ Official infrastructure Residence Any Other (Specify)

9. Threats, if any which may be increase severity of incident may be

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(a) Locations Human Resources

10. Resources Deployed for response with descriptions (b) (c) Resource ESF* involved Equipments Gov. Non Gov. Kind Type Quality

(d) Activities

11. Need for additional resources (a) Resource Detail Kind Type Quantity (b) Source of Mobilization

12. Remarks if any: 13. Name and designation of officer prepared by _________________________________ Source : National Disaster Management Authority (GOI), 2010, National Disaster Management Guidelines : Incident Response System , National Disaster Management Authority (GO)I, New Delhi. -156-

ESF : Emergency Support Function

Unit Log

IRS Form 003

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(Major Components) (Attach a separate sheets if space is not sufficient ) 1. Name of the incident 2. Name of the Section 3. Operational _______________________ ___________________ Period 5. Name of the units 6. Work Assigned with Resources 7. Name of the Site

4. Prepared Date: Time : 8. Status of Work (a) (b) Completed Not Comple ted

(a) Time

9. Specify accident/incident/weather conditions which may increase severity of incident (b) (c) Locations Action Work or Suggested

10. Name and designation of Officer prepared by Source : National Disaster Management Authority (GOI), 2010, National Disaster Management Guidelines : Incident Response System , National Disaster Management Authority (GO)I, New Delhi.

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Annexure IV
Record of Performed Activities IRS Form 004 (Major Components) (Attach a separate sheets if space is not sufficient ) 1. Name of the incident: 2. Operational 3. Prepared _______________________ Period : Date : ____ ________________ Time : ___ 4. Name of the Section : _____________________ Branch/Division/Unit: _________________ 5. Name of the Facilities where (ICP/Incident Base/Camp/Relief Camp/Staging Area, Medical Camp/Helibase/Helipad/Any other) Division or Unit is deployed (Specify with extact location) 6. Work Assigned 7. Status of Work (Put tick mark) (a) (b) Completed Not Completed

8. Any incident/accident during the response and action taken (a) (b) Incident/Accident (specify, if any) Action Taken

9. Name and designation of officer 10. Despatch: prepared by (Specify Name position and section ) Date : _______ ______________ _________ Time : (Prepared by all responders bellow the ___________________________ section) 11. Signature of Receiving Officer Source : National Disaster Management Authority (GOI), 2010, National Disaster Management Guidelines : Incident Response System , National Disaster Management Authority (GO)I, New Delhi.

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Organization Assignment List IRS Form 005 (Major Components) (Attach a separate sheets if space is not sufficient ) This assignment list will be prepared as per IAP* and will be circulated among all the responders and supervisory staff at the beginning of each operational period by the respective section chiefs. 1. Name of the Incident : 2. Operational Period : 3. Prepared: _____________________ ________________________ Date: __ ___ Time: 4. Name of the section to whom work assigned: _______________________________ 5. Name of the supervisory Officer concerned : ________________________________ 6. Name of the responder : _________________________________________________ 7. List of task assigned (a) ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (b) ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (c) ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (d) ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (e) ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (f) ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (g) ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (h) ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (i) ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ 8. Name and designation of officer prepared by : 9. Approved by: Source : National Disaster Management Authority (GOI), 2010, National Disaster Management Guidelines : Incident Response System , National Disaster Management Authority (GO)I, New Delhi. *IAP : Incident Action Plan -159-

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Incident Check-in at Deployment List IRS Form 006 (Major Components) (Attach a separate sheets if space is not sufficient ) 1.Name of the Incident : 2. Name of the 3. Operational Period : 4. Prepared ___________________ section/Branch/Division/Un ________________________________ Date : it and Facility : Time : ______________ 5. Resource Check in 6. Source of 7. Check in 8. Status of Resources information Mobilization (a) (b) (a) (b) (a) (b) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e Personnel Equipment Govt. Private Date Time If Still Sick/Out of Location Date Tim in service/Maintenance of site if facility deployed (specify) Kind Type Put Tick mark

9. Name and designation of officer prepared by :____________________________________________________________ Source : National Disaster Management Authority (GOI), 2010, National Disaster Management Guidelines : Incident Response System , National Disaster Management Authority (GO)I, New Delhi.

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Annexure
On Duty Officer List IRS Form 007 (Major Components) (Attach a separate sheet if space is not sufficient )

VII

This will be maintained by all the section and sent to RO through IC


1.Name of the Incident : 2. Name of Section/ 3. Operational Period: 4.Prepared ______________________ Branch/Division/unit (Specify): ________________________ Date: ________________________________ Time : Sl 5. Name of 6. Designation 7. Phone 8. IRS 9. location 10. Location of 11. Any other Officer in Normal No./ EPosition of Camp with Information Period mail ID for the Deployment Contact Details incident

14. Dispatch 12. Name and designation of Officer prepared by 13. Signature of the Section Chief Date Time

Source :

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Medical Plan IRS Form 008 (Major Components) (Attach a separate sheets if space is not sufficient )
1.Name of the incident : _________________ 4.1. Sr. No. 4.2. Location (s) 2. operational Period : ___________________________ 3. Prepared Date : Time : (a) No. of Medical officers (b) No. Paramedics Staff 4.3 Resources Available in the medical camp (c) (d) (e) Other (ANM & Trained volunteers) Specify Life saving drugs/ Appliances Yes No Facilities of referral services and Blood Banks Yes No.

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4. Total Nos. of Medical aid camp to be established.

(f) Any other (Specify)

5. Status of Ambulance Services (a) Name of the Ambulance Service Provider (b) Address & Contact No. (c)
Paramedics

6. Availability of Regular Medical Facilities (Specify in Nos.) 6.1 Govt. (a) Locations (b) Sub Centre (c) PHC (d) Hospitals (e) Medical Collage (a) Locations (b) Clinic 6.2 Private (C) Nursing Home (d) Hospitals (e) Medical Collage (f) RMP

Yes

No

7. Road Map of the area circulated among the ambulance Service (a) (b) Yes No.

8. Referral Medical facilities in the Neighborhood (a) Location (b) Address (c) Specialization

9. Name and Designation of officer prepared by (Medical Unit) ___________________________________________________

_______________________________ 10. Approved by

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Annexure - IX
Communication Plan IRS Form 009 (Major Components) (Attach a separate sheets if space is not sufficient)
1. Name of the Incident : _____________________________________ 2. Operational Period : ____________________________________ 3. Prepared Date : Time :

(a) Name of Location

(b) Organisation

3. List of locations where communication is available (c) (d) Requirement of Type of Communication Backup Power Supply Wireless Telephone Yes No HF VHF Morse Landline Mobile Satellite

HAM Radio Email

Web Skype

(a) Name of Location

(b) Organization responsible

4. List of locations where communication has to be setup (c) (d) (e) Requirement of Personal Type of Communication Backup Power Requirement Wireless Telephone HAM Supply (Specify Nos. of Radio required) Yes No Yes No HF VHF Morse Land Mobile Satellite line

Web Email Skype

5. Arrangements for repair and replacement of facility sets. _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________

6. In stock it available sets (Specify Nos., kind and type) : ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ 8. Transport requirements for supervision and maintenance :

7. Networking plan for integrating inter-organisational communication facilities with the local setup (Army/NDRF,etc.) weather repeater or relay setup is required or not

9. Name and designation of officer prepared by : _____________________________________________________________________________________

Source :

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Annexure - X
Demobilization Plan IRS Form 010 (Major Components) (Attach a separate sheets if space is not sufficient)
1. Name of Incident : ______________________________ 5. Name of responder (s) /details of resources to be demobilized 2. Name of Section/Branch/Division/Unit to be demobilized (Specify): ___________________ 7. Date & Time 8. Mode of Transport 3. Operational Period : __________________ 9. Transit destination, if any 4. Prepared Date Time 10. Final Destination & Name of agency to whom returned

6. Location from where demobilization will take place

11. Ultimate destination agency notified or not Yes No

12. Demobilization Plan for out of service equipments and sick personnel (a) Name of sick personnel/ out of service equipment (b) Location from where demobilization will take place (c) Date & Time (d) Mode of Transport (e) Transit destination, if any (f) Final Destination & Name of agency to whom returned (g) Ultimate destination agency notified or not Yes No

13. Name and designation of officer Prepared by __________________________________ ________________________________________ 14. Approved by 15. Issued by ______________________________

Source :

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Annexure - XI
Interim Guidance Risk and Vulnerability Ranking All events or activities carry some risk and are associated with some level of vulnerability. Risk and vulnerability ranking is the process of assigning scores to the risk and possible impact of hazards so as to be able to compare the likely vulnerability and make informed management decision about which hazards are of greatest concern and when planning and preparation efforts should be directed. A crude risk and vulnerability ranking process can be accomplished in five steps. Step 1 : Identify the Hazards of Concern Typical hazards have already been identified, but these should be confirmed at this step and additional hazards added as appropriate. Risk and Vulnerability Analysis- District Level Hazard Probability Impact Vulnerability Rating (Probability Times Impact) Specific Locatio ns and Populati ons of concern . Are of the all District Ghed Area of the District All District All District Industrial Area of the District All

Earth quake

Moderate (3) Likely (4)

Moderate (3)

Moderate (3)

Flood

Major (4)

High 16

Fire Drought Industrial & Chemical Hazards Epidemic

Likely (4) Likely (4) Unlikely (2)

Major (4) Major (4) Minor (2)

High 16 High 16 Low 4

Rara (1)

Insignficant(1) -165-

Low 5

Hailstorm Terrorist Attack Bomb Blast Air Crash, Rail & Road / Accident Environmental degradation CBRN

Rara (1) Rara (1) Rara (1) Rara (1)

Insignficant(1) Insignficant(1) Insignficant(1) Insignficant(1)

Low 5 Low 5 Low 5 Low 5

District All District All District All District All District All District All District

Rara (1) Rara (1)

Insignficant(1) Insignficant(1)

Low 5 Low 5

Step 2 : Assign the probability Ratings Assess the probability-or likelihood of each hazard by reaching a consensus on probability and then assign each hazard a probability Level, as indicated in the following table. Entre the score for each hazard in the probability column of the table in step 1. Probability Almost Certain Likely Moderate Unlikely Rare Score 5 4 3 2 1 Description A regular event, on the average at least once in a 12 month period. Will occur at least once every two years Will occur at least once every five years Will occur sometime in a 25 years Can be expected to occur sometime in a 100 years period.

Step 3 : Assign the Impact Ratings Assess the potential magnitude or impact of each hazard and assign each an Impact Catastrophic Score 5

Impact Level

as in the following table. Enter the impact score for each hazard in the table in Step 1. Description Massive insecurity, Substantial loss of life likely. Large and generalized assistance urgently needed for large segments of population. Additional management, administrative, and technical expertise urgently needed. Large volumes of materials inputs needed. -166-

Major

Moderate

Minor

Insignificant

Security threatened for large segments of population; substantial impacts on vulnerable group likely. Some loss of life likely. Life-saving programs likely needed to handle impact of emergency situation. Large volumes of material inputs and additional administrative staff and technical expertise likely to be needed. Security is threatened for potential target groups, some interventions may be needed, particularly for groups who are likely to face increase in vulnerability. Organization can likely respend with existing country/ regional management structures. Momentary insecurity local groups able to respond adequately to these in need. Some technical assistance by organization may be helpful to local respondents, although not urgently needed. Little or no significant change in conditions, no expected loss of life, injuries or significant loss of property for usual target groups as the result of the hazard Normal operations continue.

Step 4 : Assign the

Vulnerability Ranking

Multiply the probability and the impact scores in the table in step 1. The resulting score indicate crude vulnerability. Scores above 15 indicate high vulnerability, score between 7 and 15 indicate medium vulnerability and score below 7 indicate low vulnerability Probability Rating: Class and (Score) Almost Certain (5) Likely (4) Moderate (3) Unlikely (2) Rare (1) Impact Rating : Class and (score) Minor Moderate Major (2) (3) (4) Moderate 10 Moderate 8 Low 6 Low 4 Low 2 Moderate 15 Moderate 12 Moderate 9 Low 6 Low 3 High 20 High 16 Moderate 12 Moderate 8 Low 4

Insignificant (1) Low -5 Low 4 Low 3 Low 2 Low 1

Catastrophic (5) High 25 High 20 Moderate 15 Moderate 18 Low 5

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These three classes related to the immediate vulnerability to disaster and provide guidance on disaster response planning. Assessing risk and vulnerability to low likelihood but high impact hazard (e.g., earthquake) requires a different, more long-term focused, assessment process. Note that the rating process presume that : Populations are better able to respond to disaster which more likely and do not have severe (major) impacts and, Steps taken to prepare for moderate or high vulnerability events will also improve the ability to respond to low vulnerability events. The divisions between low, moderate and high crude vulnerability can be changed but should be used consistently for all similar assessments in the state. Step 5 : Identify Areas with Highest Vulnerability Once vulnerability ranks have been identified, the locations and populations considered most vulnerable should be identified. This aids in knowing where disaster assistance may be most needed, as well as providing a quick indication of where vulnerability reduction efforts could be most productive. Note that vulnerability reduction can include education, structural measure, and non-structural measure like evacuation planning. Where ever possible, the areas of high vulnerability should be mapped and included in disaster planning documents. Source :Technical Note 1.1.1 Probablity, Impact and Risk Ranking Diaster Management Planning Workshop module (Pages 20-21), prepared by Jeffkland, interworks for the ADB- funded CBERR Project.

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