31/08/2014
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District - Jalna

 
Introduction

As a part of the overall preparedness of the state, the Government of Maharashtra has a State Disaster Management Action Plan to support and strengthen the efforts of the district administration. In this context, every district has evolved it's own District Disaster Management Action Plan (DDMAP). It is expected that these multi-hazard response plans would increase the effectiveness of administrative intervention.

 Multi-disaster Response Plan

The DDMAP addresses the districts’ response to disaster  situations such as earthquakes, floods, cyclones, epidemics,   off-site industrial disasters and roads accidents and fires. Some of these disasters  such as floods and earthquakes affect large areas causing extensive damage to life, property and environment while others such as epidemics only  affect large populations. In any case, the management of these disasters requires extensive resources and manpower for containment by remedial action.

The present  plan is a multi-hazard response plan for the  disasters and outlines the institutional framework required for managing such situations. However, the plan assumes a disaster specific form  in terms of  the actions to be taken by the various agencies involved in the disaster. The front-end or  local level of any disaster response organisation will differ  depending upon the  type of disaster, but at the level of the back-end i.e., at the controlling level at the district  it will almost remain same, for all types of disasters.

 Objectives

The objectives of the District Disaster Management Action Plan are :

·         To improve preparedness at the district level, through risk and vulnerability analysis , to disasters and to minimise the impact of disasters in terms of human, physical and material loss.

·         To ascertain the status of existing resources and facilities available with the various agencies involved in the management of disasters  in the district  and make it an exercise in capability building of district administration. This enables the district to face a disaster in a more effective way and builds confidence across different segments of society. It will be a positive factor for long term development of the district.

·         To utilise different aspects of disaster mitigation for development planning as a tool for location and area specific planning for development in the district.

·         To use scientific and technological advances in Remote Sensing, GIS etc. in preparation of this plan with a view to ensure their continuous use for development planning.

·         To develop a framework for proper documentation of future disasters in the district, to have an update on critical information essential to a plan, to critically analyse and appraise responses and to recommend appropriate strategies

·         To evolve DDMAP as an effective managerial tool within the overall policy framework of Government of Maharashtra.

Response to disasters, in the absence of a defined plan,  would be arbitrary leading to overemphasis of some actions and  absence of other actions which could be critical. The objectives of any disaster management plan should be to localise a disaster and to the maximum extent possible contain it so as to minimise the impact on life, the environment and property. A formal plan for managing disasters is therefore necessary. This would include

Ø      pre-planning a proper  sequence  of  response actions,

Ø      allocation of responsibilities to the participating agencies,

Ø      developing codes and standard operating procedures for various departments and relief agencies involved.

Ø      inventory of existing facilities and resources

Ø      mechanisms for effective management of resources

Ø      co-ordination of all relief activities including those of NGOs to ensure a coordinated and effective response.

Ø      Co-ordination with the State response machinery for appropriate support

Ø      Monitoring and evaluation of actions taken during relief and rehabilitation

"Outline of Vulnerability Assessment" prepared by CSSD/EMC has been used as the basic instrument to collate district level information to meet the database requirements for the preparation of DDMAP.

 Policy Statement

The underlying policy of the DDMAP is to protect life, environment and property while ensuring mitigation  of  the disaster to the maximum extent possible, relief to those affected  and restoration of  normalcy at the earliest.

Essentially, communities  draw their support from the social institutions, administrative structure, and values and aspirations they cherish. Disasters may temporarily disorganise the social units and the administrative system and disrupt their lives built around these values and aspirations. A systematic effort to put back the social life on its normal course with necessary technology support and resources will contribute significantly to the resilience of the community and nation. 

This policy forms the basis of the DDMAP strategy. It aims at  capacity building and prompt utilization of resources in a disaster situation through a partnership of the GOM, NGOs, Private Initiatives and the community. In pursuance with this policy, DDMAP  addresses itself to strengthening the pre-disaster and post-disaster responses of various actors and stakeholders including the “victims” of the disaster.

 OVERVIEW OF JALNA DISTRICT

 Location

Jalna district is located in the central part of Maharashtra State in what is known as the Marathwada region.

The district lies between 19º  1’ to 20º 3’  North Latitudes and 75º 4’ East to 76º 4’ East  Longitudes. 

The district is bound on the North by Jalgaon district on the East by District Parbhani and district Buldhana, on the South by district Beed and on the West by district Aurangabad of Maharashtra State.

Jalna district is located in the central part of Maharashtra State in what is known as the Marathwada region.

The  district  head quarters at Jalna are well connected by bus routes to major towns in Maharashtra.

The district headquarter Jalna is also connected to the State Capital Mumbai by broad gauged Railway line.

 Area and Administrative Divisions

Jalna district covers an area of 7612 Sq. Kms.

For administrative convenience, the district has been divided into the following 8 tahsils  :  Jalna, Bhokardan, Ambad, Partur, Mantha, Badnapur, Ghansawangi and Jafrabad.

There are 4 towns namely Jalna, Bhokardan, Ambad and Partur and 967 villages in the district.

The Municipal Councils are in the 4 townships viz. Jalna, Bhokardan, Ambad and Partur.

 Salient Physical Features And Land Use Patterns

The Satmala and Ajanta hill ranges are on the Northern side of the district.

The topography seen in the district typically that of Deccan Traps with flat topped and characteristically terraced features, low buttressed sides and undulating terrain with isolated knolls.

The average height of the district is 534m above mean sea level.

The slope of the land is towards South and 95% area of the district falls in the river Godavari basin.

The following table shows the tahsilwise position of predominant soil cover -

Name Of Tahsil

Texture

Predominant Soil Cover Whether Sandy, Alluvial, Loamy

Jalna

Medium 

 Silty clay

Badnapur

Medium to deep

  Clay, Clay loam, silty

    Ghansawangi

Medium to deep

Clay

    Ambad

Medium to deep

Silty clay, Clay

    Jafrabad

Shallow to medium

Loamy and Loam to clay

    Bhokardan

Deep

Clay

    Mantha

Medium

Clay loam

    Partur

Medium to deep

Clay loam to clay

Land Use Patterns

The most significant part of the Jalna district is that about 80% of Geographical area is under agricultural use. The 75% area is under Kharif crop and about 40% of land is under Rabbi crop.

Agricultural activities are extensive along the  Dudhana, Godavari, Purna rivers and their tributaries covering major parts of Bhokardan, Jalna and  Ambad  tashils Since all these tahsils are located in the plains of these rivers, the land in this part is favourable for agricultural activities. 

Practice of  double cropping is observed along all the rivers and their tributaries and  is  predominant in Ambad  and   Bhokardan tahsils. The  major cropping season in the district is kharif.  Patches of scrub land are scattered throughout the  district and are mostly  located within the agricultural land.

The current irrigation potential in the district is 66,097 hectors while the area under well irrigation is about 35,000 hectares. The area under double crops is 15% while the area under irrigation is only 7.8% which is far below the state average.

Forest area mainly  consists of deciduous and degraded forests and covers the northern  portion of Jalna  tahsil.

Scrub land viz. land with or without scrub, which  are generally prone to degradation, occupy topographically higher altitude area and are mostly  observed on the uplands of Jaffrabad, Jalna, Partur and  Ambad tahsils.  It  is observed that the land with or without scrub  occurs adjoining the forests area.  However  on the uplands, some secluded patches  are also seen. 

A remarkably large patch of stony waste land is observed in the northern part of Jalna tahsil.   Gullied lands are seen along  River Godavari.  Some  patches of this category are also observed away from the river banks in Ambad and Partur tahsils.

    The details of the land use pattern in Jalna district are given in the following table :

Land use/Land cover

category

Area in Hectors

Percentage of the

total Geographical area.

Built up land

2.381 Ha.

00.28 %

Agricultural land

6,51,353 Ha.

85.56%

Forest land

12,600 Ha.

01.65%

Waste land

80,035 Ha.

10.51%

Water bodies and river

6,371 Ha.

00.85%

Others

8,460 Ha.

01.15%

Total

7,61,200 Ha.

100.00%

Geology & Geomorphology

The entire district is occupied by basaltic lava flows of the Deccan  traps of Upper Cretaceous to Eocene age. The Deccan  trap  is  overlain by alluvial  deposits along the major river. The alluvium forms a very fertile  land.

The geological sequence of the area is given below.

      

       FORMATION                     AGE                                 LITHOLOGY

       Alluvium                              Recent                         Fine, clay, silt and sand

        Deccan                                Upper                          Vesicular, amygdaloidal, zeolitic

        Traps                                  Cretaceous                    basalt and the hard and compact

                                                    to Eocene                     massive basalt with red bole beds                     

Alluvium

The alluvial deposits in the district are overlying on the Deccan traps and occur along the major river flowing through the district viz. Godavari and Purna.  The  alluvium consists of clay, silt and sand. The thickness of alluvium ranges between 15 to 20 Mts. The extent of alluvium across the river is very limited and ranges between   0.25 to 0.5 Kms.

Deccan Traps

The major part of the district is covered by the Deccan Trap lava flows. There are a number of flows in the district, The  individual flow generally consists of two units.  The  upper unit of vesicular and amygdaloidal zeolitic basalt and  the lower unit, consisting of massive basalt with  joints and fractures. The  two flows are often separated by thick clay deposit called as  red bole. The thickness of individual flow ranges between 15-20 Mts.

Lineaments And Fractures

With  the use of satellite imagery number of lineaments have been identified. In this district lineaments are oriented in NW-SE,NE-SE direction. In this district lineaments  being the weaker zone can act as potential zone for groundwater developments.

Climate and Rainfall

The  district has a sub-tropical climate in  which  the bulk of rainfall is received  from  south west monsoon during June  to September.

The  monsoon is followed by winter season from October to February  and summer from March to May.

The maximum temperature rises to about 40 degree centigrade in the month of May while the lowest temperature is recorded in     the month of  December which is about 10 degree centigrade.

 The average  annual  rainfall of the district ranges between  650 to 750  mm. The district is a  drought  prone area with rainfall at times recording as low as 400 to 450 mm. The general trend of rainfall distribution is shown in figure No. 1.

The following table shows the rainfall characteristics of Jalna district :

Rainfall

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

Total annual rainfall (mm)

532

560

840

1071

706

869

584

763

853

Average Rainfall (mm)

800

800

800

800

800

800

800

800

800

Maximum Rainfall (mm)

191

237

298

508

377

360

351

238

195

Month during which maximum Rainfall occurs

July

July

Oct.

Sept.

July

Aug.

June

Aug.

Aug. 

Month having maximum Continuous rainfall

July

 &

Aug.

July

 &

Aug.

July

  &

Aug.

July

 &

Aug.

July

 &

Aug.

July

 &

Aug.

July

 &

Aug.

July

 &

Aug.

July

 &

Aug.

 Socio Economic Features

The total geographical area of the district is 7,912sq Kms constituting  2.51% of the  total State.

Bhokardan is  the largest Tahsil covering an area of 1,244 sq.Kms.

The  total population of the district according to the 1991 census is 13.64 lakhs which is 1.73% of the  total population of the state.

The rural population comprises of 83.03% while urban population constitutes  is 16.92% of  the  total population .

The male population is 51.42% while the female population is 48.58%.

 

The  human population is highest in Jalna Tahsil(238 persons/ Sq. km) followed by Bhokardan Tahsil  (167 persons/Sq.km.) and is least in Ambad ( 146 persons/Sq.km.).

The percentage of population below poverty line of Jalna district is 25.00%.

The percentage of landless of Jalna district is 12.90%.

The percentage of slum population of the district is 19.62%

Number of houseless families of the district is 400 Nos.

Percentage of illeterates of the district is 53.75 %

Percentage of Shedule Caste and Schedule Tribe are 11.00% and 2.05% respectively.

The percentage of NT and DT is 23%.

The details of the urban and rural locations within Jalna district are given in the following pages.

 Urban Locations

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 Major Rural Centres

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 Historical and Religious Centres in Jalna District

1. Historical and Religious Centres of Jalna Tahsil

Name of the Historical and Religious Centres and nearest urban or major rural centre

Periods of  festival/ Occassion months

Estimated tourist/visiting population

Near Jalna City -

Anandi Swami Mandir

Ram Mandir

Kalunka Mandir

Mamadevi Mandir

Panchamukhi Mahadev

Durga Mata Mandir

Panch Amba Devi Mandir

July

April

April

April

February

October(Vijaya Dashmi)

August

7000 to 8000

4000 to 5000

5000 to 6000

5000 to 6000

4000 to 5000

9000 to 10000

9000 to 11000

Near Ner (Rural Area)-

Vateshwara

February

15000 to 20000

Near Sevali (Rural Area)-

Mahadeva Mandir

February

15000 to 20000

Near Savargaon (Rural Area)-

Shambhu Mahadeva Mandir

August

15000 to 20000

2. Historical and Religious Centres of Bhokardan Tahsil.

    (Source Tahsildar, Bhokardan)

 

Name of the Historical and Religious centre and nearest Urban or Major Centre

Periods of Festival/ Occassions Months

Estimated tourist or visiting population

Near Jaidev wadi                          

Mahanubhav Mandir

NearAnwa

Ajubai Mandir

Near Nalapi

Kabu Baba Sansthan

Near Rajur

Shri Ganapati Sansthan

Near Paradh Bk.

Balaji and Paradh Sansthan

In February

In April

In November

In February

In April

20000

25000

07000

50000

10000

3. Historical and Religious Centres of Partur Tahsil.

Name of the Historical and Religious centre and nearest Urban or Major Centre

Periods of Festival/ Occassions Months

Estimated tourist or visiting population

Near Partur

Shri Sai Baba Mandir

Near Ashti

Khandeshwar Mandir

Near Raipur

Devi Mandir

Near Rohina

Devi Mandir

February

March (Mahashivratri)

October

October

5000 to 8000

4000 to 5000

1000 to 2000

1000 to 2000

4. Historical and Religious Centres of Ambad Tahsil.

Name of the Historical and Religious centre and nearest Urban or Major Centre

Periods of Festival/ Occassions Months

Estimated tourist or visiting population

Near Ambad

Shri Matsyodari Devi Mandir

Darga of Bohori Samaj

Near Parada

Dargah of Syed Allauddin chisti Saheb

10 days in October

May

January

50,000 on end average.

30,000 on end average.

5000

5. Historical & Religious centres of Bandapur Tahsil

Name of the Historical and Religious centre and nearest Urban or Major Centre

Periods of Festival/ Occassions Months

Estimated tourist or visiting population

Near Somthana

Renuka Mata Mandir

Near Parada Asarkheda

Chaitra Pournima in April & Navaratra in October.

April/May

         10000

           8000

6. Historical & Religious centres of Mantha Tahsil.

Name of the Historical and Religious centre and nearest Urban or Major Centre

Periods of Festival/ Occassions Months

Estimated tourist or visiting population

Near Mantha

Renuka Devi Sansthan

Near Kokarsa

Devi Kokarsa

April / May

April / May

         10000

          

          5000

7. Historical & Religious centres of Ghanasawangi Tahsil

Name of the Historical and Religious centre and nearest Urban or Major Centre

Periods of Festival/ Occassions Months

Estimated tourist or visiting population

Near Ghansawngi

Birth Place of

Shri Samarth Ramdas Swami

(Jamb Smarth)

Chaitra shudh Navmi

APRIL

       

 10000  to 15000

 Agriculture And Cropping Pattern In Jalna District

The  total  geographical area of the district is 7,61,200 hectare out of  which, cultivable land is 6,12,300 hectare which  is more than 80.00% of the total  area.

The district has a very high percent of cultivable land.  The  area under Kharif crop is 75% . The area under double cropping has steadily increased from 1981 (7%) to 1995 (15%).

In Bhokardan and Jafrabad tahsil there is lowest rainfall and therefore, the major cropping season is Kharif, where as in the rest of the district both Rabbi and Kharif agriculture is practiced.

 

Jawar, Tur and Wheat are the major cereals grown in the district. The area under Cotton is also very extensive.

Details of agriculture and crop pattern in the district are given below :

Types

Names

Cropping Period in Months          

Market (District, State Export)

Major Crops (Irrigated)   

Rice

Wheat

Summer

Groundnut                   .

June to Sept

Oct.  to Feb.

Feb.  to May   

District

District

District

Major Crops

(Non - Irrigated);        

Kh.Jowar

Rabi Jowar     

Bajra

Maize  

Tur

Udid                

Mug

Rabi Sunflower           

Kharif

Sunflower        .

June to Sept

Oct.  to Feb

June to Sept

June to Sept.

June to Dec

June to Sept.

June to Sept

Oct.  to Jan

Oct.  to Jan

Oct.  to Jan

District

District

District

District

District

District

District

District

District

District.

Major cash crops

Sugarcane

Cotton

Dec.  to Nov.

June to Feb

District

District

Major Plantations                  

Sweetlemon

Grapes

Perennial crops

Perennial crops

District and State

District and State

 River Systems and Dams

The Godavari, Purna and Dudhana are the 3 major rivers which flow through the district. 

The  river Godavari flows along the southern boundary  of the district in west  to east direction. The Godavari and its tributaries drains the southern  part of the district and occupies 30% of the  area. The drainage pattern of Godavari basin is dendritic.

Dudhana and Gulati are the major tributories of river Godavari in the district.

River Purna is also  a tributary of Godavari  but  has a large  catchment  and therefore  forms a sub-basin. River Purna flows from the  central part of the district. The  sub-basin  occupies 65%  area  of the district . River  Purna and its  tributary also form a denderitic drainage pattern.

The rivers Khelna and Girja are major tributaries of river Purna .

The extreme north part of the district falls in the Tapi basin . No major river flows through this region .

The entire district has been devided into 30 group watershed with average area of each group watersheds ranging between 150 to 200 Sq. Km. Out of the 29 group watersheds, 7 group watersheds fall in the  Godavari basin,  21 group watersheds fall in the Purna Sub-basin and only two group watershed fall in the Tapi basin .

There is no major dam completed in Jalna district .However, Lower Dudhana Major dam is under construction on Dudhana river at Bramhawakdi Tq. Partur District Jalna.

There are total 7 medium project and 27 minor irrigation project completed in the district.

The list of Irrigation project and constructions of new dams undertaken/proposed is as follows

Name(s) of the dam(s)

Kastura

Mandala

Dahegaon

Kusabhad-Rayani

Waki

Location

Longitude

Latitude

760 15’50”

19030’00”

76000’00”

19029’52”

7604’00”

19053’00”

75033’00”

19044’00”

75055’00”

19044’00”

Capacity

(Discharge in cubic M/Sec.

426

575

517

774

1039

Storage in Meter Cube

9.41

6.296

5.54

8.86

7.00

Rivers on which the        dam(s) are proposed.

Local Nalla

Local Nalla

Local Nalla

Bhadrayani River

Waki River

Estimated time of completion

3 Years

3 Years

3 Years

3 Years

3 Years

Name(s) of the dam(s)

Dhangar Pimpri Ambad

Sukhapuri  Ambad

Nagthan Partur

Hatadi Partur

Nandapur Jalna

Lower Dudhna Project

Location

Longitude

Latitude

75019’00”

19042’00”

75030’00”

19030’00”

76015’00”

19041’30”

7501’12”

19030’50”

75056’00”

19055’00”

76030’00

19032’00

Capacity

(Discharge in cubic M/Sec.

1168

679

905

561

131

7884

Sto     Storage

10.66

3.94

7.83

3.39

1.0

345.0

Rivers on which the dam(s) are proposed.

Local Nalla

Sukhapuri River

Local Nalla

Local Nalla

Local Nalla

Dudhna River

Estimated time of completion

3 Year

3 Year

3 Year

3 Year

3 Year

5 Year

Name(s) of dam/ project

Kalyan girja  Jalna        

Kalyan m.p Jalna

       

Upper dudhana m.p.tq Badnapur

Jui m.p.

Badnapur       

Dudhna m.p.

Tq. Badnapur

Location

Longitude

Latitude

76-14’-00”

19-50’-00”

76-02’-00”

19-57’-00”

75-44’-00”

19-55’-00”

75-50’-00”

21-20’-00”

75-55’-00”

20-15’-00”

catchment

Area Sq. km.

114

123

248

181

136

Command

Area (Sq. km.)

19.60

19.20

34.01

22.06

17.80

Name(s) of dam/ project

Jivrekha m.p. Tq. Jalna

Daregaon

Jamwadi

Ner

Anvi

Location Longitude

Latitude

76-00’-00”

20-45’-00”

75-50’-00”

19-49’-00”

76-45’-00”

19-45’-00”

76-15’-00”

19-47’-00”

75-47’-00”

19-55’-00”

catchment

Area Sq. km.

78

12

10

11

14

command

area(Sqkm.)

10.64

2.43

2.88

1.95

3.89

Name(s) of dam/ project

Baranjala     

Pralhadpur       

Pimpalgaon Kolta

Konad     

Bharaj

Location

Longitude

Latitude

75-53’-00”

20-10’-00”

75-43’-00”

20-18’-00”

75-37’-00”

20-45’-00”

76-10’-00”

20-16’-00”

76-06’-00”

20-19’-00”

catchment

Area Sq. km.

10

9  

10 

28

16

Target command

area (Sq. km.)

19.60

19.20

34.01

22.06

17.80

Name(s) of dam/ project

Chinch kheda

Dholkheda        

Dawargaon     

Mardi      

Rohilagad      

Location

Longitude

Latitude

75-57’-00”

21-20’-00”

75-10’-00”

20-12’-00”

75-45’-00”

19-31’-00”

75-45’-00”

19-35’-00”

75-48’-00”

19-45’-00”

catchment

Area Sq. km.

12

12 

20

22

16

command

area (Sq. km.)

2.16

2.75

4.86

4.86

3.43

Name(s) of dam/ project

Kanadgaon

Bhatkheda

       

Talegaon      

M.Chincholi

Dhoksai      

Location

Longitude

Latitude

75-19’-00”

19-35’-00”

75-52’-00”

19-37’-00”

75-58’-00”

19-47’-00”

76-01’-00”

19-00’-00”

76-20’-00”

19-45’-00”

catchment

Area Sq. km.

38

22 

22 

32

11

command

area (Sq. km.)

4.32

1.65

3.64

5.00

3.60

Name(s) of dam/ project

Pangi          

Pimperkheda       

Sirpur  

Sarwadi

Daha  

Location

Longitude

Latitude

76-25’-00”

20-40’-00”

76-23’-00”

19-44’-00”

76-26’-00”

19-53’-00”

76-12’-00”

19-43’-00”

76-23’-00”

18-50’-00”

catchment

Area Sq. km.

20

12

10

18

26

command

area (Sq. km.)

5.44

4.86

2.12

3.92

3.96

Name(s) of dam/ project

Wai            

Pokhari              

     

Paratwadi

Location

Longitude

Latitude

76-12’-00”

19-42’-00”

76-19’-00”

19-42’-00”

76-12’-00”

19-26’-00”

catchment

Area Sq. km.

14

6.00

7.00

command

area (Sq. km.)

2.43

3.91

1.70

 Industries

In the present status, there are in all 6 present and proposed industrial areas under M.I.D.C. of Jalna. 

The details of industrial areas of M.I.D.C. Jalna as under :-

Location

Area in Ha.

No. of plots

Allotted Plots

No. of Industries

1.      Jalna

2.      Jalna-2.0

3.      Bhokardan

4.      Ambad

5.      Jaffrabad

6.      Partur

50.6

158

10.7

8.7

14.0

51.2

80

264

26

27

27

48

80

264

25

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80(in operation 98 % successful units).

188 Land available, development works under progress.

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There are 3 hazardous industries in Jalna district. The fact sheets of these industries are attached n the annexure .

There are 19 polluting industries in Jalna district.

The following table shows the details the extent of industrialisation in Jalna district.

Number of Industrial Estates

7

Types of  Industries:

( Source Maharashtra Pollution Control Board , Aurangabad.)

Industries in Jalna district

1.  R and D seeds / processing

2.  Powerloom / soot girni textile

without dying and bleaching

3.  Tiles and cement hume pipes

pole factory

4.  Re-Rolling Mills, steel

5.  Steel melting plant, plant alloy casting

6.  Dal Mills     

7.  Oil Mills

8.  Refineries  

9.  Engineering                       

10.  Sugar factory and distilleries

11.  Paper product as corrugated Notebooks etc.

12.  Ginning pressing 

13.  Plastic industries

14.  Fertilizers

15.  Stone Crusher

16.  Dairy

17.  Rubber    

18.  Insecticides / pesticides

19.  Other service industries

Total work force in industries

2905   

Number of chemical industries/ tank farms

08

Number of pipelines carrying chemicals

NIL

Number of potentially hazardous locations

O3

Number of vehicles carrying hazardous rawmaterials for industries.(during month)

NA

Number of vehicles carrying hazardous finished products from industries(during a month)

10

Number of vehicles passing through the district carrying hazardous materials for industries.( during a month)

                            NA

Number of container terminals

                            NA

Details of the Industrial Estates in the district

Name of the Industrial Estates 1.  Old Jalna Industrial area

                                                 2.  Addl Jalna Industrial area  Phase-I  & II

                                                 3.  Bhokardan Industrial area

                                                 4.  Jafrabad Industrial area

Location in the form                1.  Old Jalna Industrial area

of an address.                         2.  Addl Jalna Industrial area  

                                                3.  Bhokardan Industrial area

                                                4.  Jafrabad Industrial area

No.of industries in the estate

080

267

012

002

1.  Old Jalna Industrial area

2.  Addl Jalna Industrial area  Phase  I  & II.

3.  Bhokardan Industrial area

4.  Jafrabad Industrial area

No.of major hazardous and

   polluting industries.                 

    

019

100     

NIL      

NIL

1.  Old Jalna Industrial area

2.  Addl Jalna Industrial area  Phase I & II

3.  Bhokardan Industrial area

4.  Jafrabad Industrial area

Total workforce in the industries     

0470

2400

0035

NIL

1.  Old Jalna Industrial area

2.  Addl Jalna Industrial area  Phase I & II

3.  Bhokardan Industrial area

4.  Jafrabad Industrial area

POWER STATIONS AND ELECTRICITY INSTALLATIONS

·       There are 967 villages in Jalna district and all the  village have been electrified.

·       Presently there are 1,30,113 electricity consumers in the district .

·        In all 53,716 agricultural pumps in the district have been energized .

The status of  present distribution system is given below.

          

Items

Capacity

Units

Length  in Kms.

1.     Substation

2.    Substation

3.    Transmission line

4.          --do --

5.          --do--

6.     Transformer

132  KVA

33  KVA

142  KVA

33  KVA

11  KVA

----

8(5 out of the district).

29

--

--

--

2730

--

--

172

756

3560

---

    

    

 TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION NETWORK

·       There are 967 villages in Jalna district, out of which 590 villages have been connected by perennial roads while 187 villages have been connected by seasonal roads.

·       Upto 1996 there are 173 villages which are yet to be connected by road.

 

The comparative status of road network in Jalna district against the status of road network in the state is presented below:

Sr.  No.

           Category

Length per

Sq. Kms.

(District)

Length per

Sq. Kms.

(State)

1

National Highway

---------

0.009

2

State Highway

0.01

0.1

3

Major District Road

0.14

0.13

4

Other District Road

0.10

0.13

5

Rural Road

0.10

0.2

The following table shows the Road Network, Waterways, Airways and Railways

Number of National Highways

NIL

Length (in Kms.) of National highways 

NIL

State highways (in Kms.)

700.40 Kms.

Zilla Parishad Roads (in Kms.)

B.T. 354.17 Kms., W.B.M. 1595.08 Kms., Earthen 425.06 Kms. (Total is 2374.31 Kms.)

Number of bridges on rivers.

19 Nos.

Number of ST depots

04 Nos.

Number of villages not accessible by ST

114

Number of Ports or Jetties

NIL

Number of Boats

NIL

Number of railway stations with mail/express halts.

01

Number of railway bridges.

120

Non-electrified railway routes (in Kms.)

98 Kms.

Electrified railway routes (in Kms.)

NIL

Number of unmanned railway crossings.

15 Nos.

·       Out of 967 villages of Jalna district, there are 705 villages having facility of Village Public Telephone (VPT) facility.

The following table shows the tahsilwise villages with VPT facility.

Sr. No.

Name of Tahsil

Total Number of villages

Total Number of villages

having facility of VPT.

1

Ambad

135

105

2

Badnapur

93

36

3

Bhokardan

157

137

4

Ghansawangi

123

117

5

Jafrabad

102

55

6

Jalna

148

117

7

Mantha

117

41

8

Partur

98

91

·       There are total 45 sub-station of Telephone Exchange in the district.

·       There are 14 telegraph line through out the district.

·       Telegraph service is available in each urban ( i.e. 4 Municipal Council areas ) areas of the district.

·       There are 12 post offices in urban areas and more than 150 post offices in rural areas of the district.

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT

·       The list of proposed irrigation projects/dams/reservoirs (medium/minor) is given in article 3.8 (i.e.River systems and dams.)

·       Following  tables show Proposed development of Jalna district.

The following development plan  is proposed to meet the future demand for electric supply.

Sr No..       Particulars

Cost Rs in Lakhs

Units

1. 220/132 KVA Substation

2. 220/KVA  Transmission line

3.132/33 KVA    Substation

4.132/ KVA  Transmission line

5. 33/11 KVA Substation

6. Increasing capacity of substation

7. Erection of additional transformer

   and 11 KVA distribution line

8. Renovation of distribution system

    and laying of underground  supply

    lines in civil areas.

9. Financial Allocation to meet        future demands.

1000

500

3700

800

2160

500

1240

1547

6056

1

As per need

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do

-do-

Total

17503

The  details of the development plan of industries are given  below:

Sr.  No

Name of M.I.D.C.

Estimated cost of development (Rs. In Lakhs.)

 1.

 2.

 3.

 4.

 5

Jalna

Ambad

Bhokardan

Partur

Badnapur

1100

350

150

500

1000

Total

3100

There  are other proposals for developing infrastructural facilities which do not fall in the preview of the M.I.D.C. and therefore will have to be taken up with the appropriate authorities .

The proposals are as under :-

1.     Sub-station at each M.I.D.C. to ensure electric supply.

2 .    The norms adopted in development of M.I.D.C. Jalna were the norms applicable to a  

        Taluka place and therefore Jalna M.I.D.C. received  a outlay for its development .  

        The district norms require to be adopted and the outlay increased accordingly .

3.     Proposed National High Way between Pune - Aurangabad - Jalna - Parbhani and

        Hyderabad . Similarly a National High Way is proposed from Malkapur -Buldhana - 

        Deolgaon Raja -Jalna - Beed -Solapur to Bijapur .

4.     Railway link between Jalna and Khamgaon .

5.     Institute for sericulture Development for promotion of Silk production .

6.    Academic course for growing plants which suitable for Ayurvedic medicine .

The details of proposed plan of transport and communication networks are given below

Item

Length In Kms.

Units

Estimated Cost Rs. in Lakhs

1.   Broadening State High Way

2. Conversion of Major Road to the

    Standard of State High way.

3.      Establishing Road Links to all villages

Located along  the State High Way.

4.    To make up  the backlog of roads

     as per Dandekar Committee’s report

a.    Tar road from District  H.Q. to   

      neighbouring district

b.    Tar road to tahsil H.Q.

c.        Construction of Bridges on the above

       road

d.    Metal road between two Tahsil H.Q.

e.  Construction of bridges on Tahsil roads

f..       High Altitude Bridges on Tahsil H.Q.

          link

g.                High Altitude Bridges on Links 

  Between Tahsil  H.Q. & District H.Q.

h.        On going works

I .        Budgeted works

4.      Construction of perennial roads to 36

Villages

6.  Repair of roads falling in industrial  

      area.

7.   Road links to all Railway Stations.

8.                  Road links for village located on the

         Tahsil boundaries.

9.      Overbridges for Railway Crossing

10.       By pass road to major Tahsil H. Q.

11.       Airstrip at Jalna

12.              Modification of Major District Road

         with Bridges

13.Connection of all the villages between population 1000 to  1500  by district roads

14.      Connection to Harijan  Bastis

15.      Connection to all Rural Hospital & P.H.C.

144

700

--

57.80

20

--

10

--

--

--

--

--

15

--

73.70

--

70

--

144

--

2

18

--

87

--

15

6

5

--

--

--

11

--

3

8

1

--

--

942

5,788

2,591

515

99

--

65

240

70

180

113

114

300

300

99.40

454

200

1,050

100

6,355

2,860

724

233

                                                               Total

23,204.4

 RISK ASSESSMENT AND VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS

 Economic, Occupational , Social and  Educational Profile of the Population

 Economy

The total area of the Jalna district is 7612 Sq. Kms. constituting 2.51 % of the total state.

·       Area wise Bhokardan Tahsil is the largest tahsil covering an area of 1202.96 Sq. Kms. while Partur tahsil is the smallest tahsil with an area of 733.75 Sq. Kms.

·       Physical features and the land use pattern indicate that the agriculture is the mainstay of the economy of Jalna district. The agricultural area of district is 6972 Sq. Kms.  i.e. Agricultural area of the district is  more than 80 % of the total area of district

·       The major crop of Jalna district are Jawar, Tur, Sunflower, Gram and Ground nut.

·       Major plantations are of  Sweet Lemon and Grapes.

·       Forest area of Jalna district is very small i.e. 96.65 Sq. Kms. area only.

·       The industrial area of the district is 5.471 Sq. Kms.

·       The total population of Jalna district according to 1991 Census is 13.64 Lakhs which is 1.73 % of the total population of the state.

·       The population living in rural areas constitute 83.03 % while urban population   constitute 16.92 %  of the total population.

·       The male population is 51.42 % , while female population is 48.58 %.

·       The following table shows the tahsilwise information of area, population and number of

       villages of the district. 

Sr. No.

Name of Tahsil

Area in Sq.Kms.

Population

Number of villages

·       01

·       Jalna

·       1139.12

·       165424

·       148

·       02

·       Bhokardan

·       1202.96

·       205322

·       157

·       03

·       Ambad

·       1096.01

·       159072

·       135

·       04

·       Partur

·       0733.75

·       105396

·       98

·       05

·       Jafrabad

·       0737.38

·       113900

·       102

·       06

·       Badnapur

·       0793.93

·       116681

·       93

·       07

·       Mantha

·       0778.35

·       17663

·       117

·       08

·       Ghansawangi

·       1122.05

·       150239

·       117

·       The human population is highest in Jalna tahsil ( i.e. 238 persons / Sq.Km.) followed by Bhokardan tahsil ( i.e. 167 persons / Sq. Km.) and is least in Ambad tahsil ( i.e. 146 persons / Sq. Km.)

·       Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes account for 13.41 % and 2.11 % respectively of the total population.

Sr. No.

Name of Tahsil

Percentage of SC

Percentage of ST

·       01

·       Jalna

·       14.71%

·       1.48%

·       02

·       Bhokardan

·       12.27%

·       3.82%

·       03

·       Ambad

·       12.67%

·       1.86%

·       04

·       Partur

·       11.05%

·       1.15%

·       05

·       Jafrabad

·       16.14%

·       2.05%

·       06

·       Badnapur

·       14.01%

·       1.59%

·       07

·       Mantha

·       12.74%

·       2.97%

·       08

·       Ghansawangi

·       13.70%

·       1.98%

           

·       The percentage of slum population in the district is 9.62%.

·       The percentage of landless in the district is 12.90%.

·       The total number of Rural families as per Below Poverty Line survey in 1992-93 is 2,55,870.

·       Major occupation pattern of the district is agriculture while the total workforce in the industry is 2905.

·       The details of occupational patterns of the urban and rural areas is given  in the Section on Overview of the district.

·       Percentage of illiterates of the district is 53.75 %.

Sr. No.

Name of Tahsil

% of Male illiterate

% of Female illiterate

·       *01

·       Jalna and Badnapur

·       31.15%

·       65.67%

·         02

·       Bhokardan

·       35.81%

·       76.82%

·       *03

·       Ambad and Ghansawangi

·       40.15%

·       76.92%

·         04

·       Jafrabad

·       32.66%

·       73.94%

·       *05

·       Partur and Mantha

·       38.45%

·       75.86%

·       (*) = Information of newly separated Tahsils are not available so they are included in old Tahsils.

·       There are 33 Jr. Colleges in Jalna district.

 Building Codes Implementation

·       Jalna district comes under the purview of the Regional Town Planning Act and all proposals for non - agricultural use of the land - especially in Municipal areas i.e. in Jalna, Ambad, Bhokardan and Partur town get scrutinized by the Town Planning Department before granting permission.

·       In rural areas,  the Gram Panchayats are permitted to accord permissions for construction.

 Disaster specific proneness

 Floods

·       Jalna district has a sub-tropical climate in which the bulk of rainfall is received from South  West Monsoon during June to September. The drought prone areas program of Jalna district in two tahsil viz. In Ambad tahsil ( 23.36 Sq. Kms. Area )  and Jafrabad tahsil ( 77.00 Sq. Kms. Area ) The average annual rainfall is highest in Jafrabad tahsil ( 746 mm. ). The average annual rainfall of rest of the tahsils ranges between 663 to 712 mm.

·       The rainfall characteristics  of Jalna district are :

·       Average rainfall                   -----               750 mm-800mm.

·       Months during which                      

·       Maximum rainfall occurs     -----               July and August

·       The district administration has ranked floods at second position on the basis of past occurrences and has indicated a medium to low probability of future occurrences.

·       In the last 30 years there have been only 7 flood episodes in the district. The reason of the flood episodes is heavy rain only.

·      

Sr. No.

Name of Tahsil

`Name of village

Year of flood

·       1

·       Partur

·       Golegaon

·       1989-90

·       2

·       Partur

·       Devala

·       1989-90

·       3

·       Ghansawangi

·       Gunj Bk.

·       1979

·       4

·       Ghansawangi

·       Gadhesawargaon

·       1979

·       5

·       Badnapur

·       Nanegaon

·       1992

·       6

·       Ambad

·       Gondi

·       1992

·       7

·       Ambad

·       Domelgaon

·       1992

·       In the last 30 years, only 13 cattle and one person have died due to floods which indicate  that the district administration has undertaken sufficient measures to tackle the flood hazards. In the last 30 years,  the total loss due to floods  is Rs.  01,10,95,565/- . Expenditure incurred on relief and rehabilitation during the last 30 years on these episodes  is Rs. 51,11,860/-.

·       Out of 967  villages,  the district administration has stated that  196 villages are flood prone villages of the district. The tahsilwise flood prone villages of  the district are as follows :

·       Tahsilwise flood prone villages of the district are  as follows.

NAME OF TAHSIL

NAME OF RIVER

VILLAGES ON THE BANK OF RIVER

·       1. Jalna

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       (TOTAL - 27 VILLAGES)

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       1. Kundlika

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       2. Kalyan

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       3. Dudhana

·      

·       1. Tandulwadi

·       2.Rohanwadi

·       3.Sarwadi

·       4.Pachanwadgaon

·       5. Khanepuri

·       6.Bhatepuri

·       7.Bapkal

·       8. Hatwan

·       9. Karla

·       10. Mamadabad

·      

·       1. Pirkalyan

·       2. Somnath

·       3. Jalgaon

·       4. Nirkheda

·       5. Bramhankheda

·       6. Bhilpuri (kh)

·       7. Maujpuri

·       8. Dhandegaon

·       9. Khanepuri

·       10. Ghodegaon

·       11. Dhanora

·      

·      

·      

·       1. Golapangari

·       2. Dudhana kalegaon

·       3. Mali Pimpalgaon

·       4. Wazar

·       5. Kotha.

·       6. Thekuli

·       2. Ambad

·      

·      

·       (TOTAL - 32 VILLAGES)

·       1. Dudhana

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       2. Sukhana

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       3. Galati

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       4. Godavari

·      

·       1. Alamgaon

·       2. Chambharwadi

·       3. Nagzari

·       4. Gola

·       5. Katkheda

·       6. Bathan(kh)

·      

·       1. Maher Bhaygaon

·       2. Chikangaon

·       3. Deshgavhan

·       4. Badhapur

·       5. Antarwali awa

·      

·       1. Domegaon

·       2. Koli sirasgaon

·       3. Dadhegaon

·       4. Khodgaon

·       5. Pithori Sirasgaon

·       6. Karanjala

·       7. Bhingurdenala

·       8. Kothala  (Kh)

·      

·       1. Bolegaon

·       2. Apegaon

·       3. Sashta  Pimpalgaon

·       4. Domalgaon

·       5. Gauri

·       6. Gandhari

·       7. Shahagad

·       8. Walkeshwar

·       9. Patharwala (BK]

·       10. Gondi

·       11. Hasanapur

·       12. Ganga Chincholi

·       13, Sadegaon

·      

·       3. Ghansawangi

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       ( TOTAL - 24 VILLAGES)

·      

·      

·       1. Godavari

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       2. Dudhana

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       3. Naru Nala

·       1. Ramasgaon

·       2. Nihalsingwadi

·       3. Sondalgaon

·       4. Bhoggaon

·       5. Mudegaon

·       6. Manepuri

·       7. Rajatakali

·       8. Kukadgaon

·       9. Shevata

·       10. Shivangaon

·       11. Bhayadi

·       12 Siraswadi

·       13. Gunj

·       14. Shripatdhamangaon

·      

·       1. Mundregaon

·       2. Gadhe sawargaon

·       3. Bhutegaon

·       4. Karadgaon

·       5. Chitrawadgaon

·       6. Ranjaniwadi

·      

·       1. Kandari Ambad

·       2. Paduli

·       3. Antarwala Tembhi

·       4. Pandhari  Bk

·      

·       4. Partur

·      

·       (TOTAL 15  VILLAGES )

·      

·       1. Godavari

·      

·      

·      

·       2. Jam

·      

·       3. Dudhana

·      

·       1. Changatpuri

·       2. Golegaon

·       3. Sawangi

·      

·       1. Sawargaon

·      

·       1. Babai

·       2. Dolhara

·       3. Nandra

·       4. Akruka

·       5. Nagpur’

·       6. Karegaon

·       7.  Padali

·       8. Rohina

·       9. Mapegaon (kh)

·       10. Jategaon

·       11. Devala

·      

·       5. Mantha

·      

·       ( TOTAL - 10 VILLAGES )

·      

·       1. Purna

·       1. Waghala

·       2. Dudha

·       3. Kanadi

·       4. Uswad

·      

·      

·       2. Dudhana

·       1. Hatwan 

·       2. Nansi

·       3. Wanjola

·       4. Tambeshwar

·       5. Kedarwadi

·       6. Wai

·      

·      

·       6. Badnapur

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       ( TOTAL - 17 VILLAGES )

·       1. Dudhana

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       2. Lahuki

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       3. Sukhana

·       1. Nanegaon

·       2. Somthana

·       3. Nikalak Akola

·       4. Badanapur

·       5. Padali

·       6. Ambadgaon

·       7. Thoksal

·       8. Manjargaon

·       9. Kumbhari

·       10. Saygaon

·      

·       1. Warudi

·       2. Kadegaon

·       3. Kasturwadi

·       4. Roshangaon

·      

·       1. Wakulni

·       2. Ranjangaon

·       3. Ghotan

·      

·       7. Bhokardan

·      

·      

·      

·       ( TOTAL - 36 VILLAGES )

·       1. Dhamana

·      

·      

·      

·       2. Jui

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       3. Khelna

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       4. Purna

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       5. Girja

·       1. Selud

·       2. Paradh

·       3. Paradbhadi

·      

·       1. Wadsed

·       2. Tadkalas

·       3. Borgaon Jahangir

·       4. Sipora bazar

·      

·       1. Bhokardan (Urban)

·       2. Awahana

·       3. Rameshwara

·       4. Lingewadi

·       5. Kodoli

·       6. Takli

·       7. Dautpur

·      

·       1. Tandulwadi

·       2. Jainpur

·       3. Kothara

·       4. Nanda

·       5. Limgaon

·       6. Kopardi

·       7. Belora

·       8. Wallya

·       9. Wallya Jahangir

·       10. Nirkheda

·       11. Kedarkhoda

·       12. Nalani (Kh.)

·       13. Nalani (Bk.)

·       14. Tadegaon

·       15. Khaparkheda

·      

·       1. Wajirdheda

·       2. Wita

·       3. Latifpur

·       4. Borgaon Khadakgaon

·       5. Borgaon Taru

·       6. Takli

·       7. Pimpalgaon

·        

·       8. Jafrabad

·      

·       7(TOTAL - 14 VILLAGES)

·       1.Khelna

·      

·      

·      

·      

·      

·       2. Jui

·      

·      

·       3. Purna

·       1. Pimpalgaon Kad

·       2. Warud

·       3. Warkhedawiro

·       4. Takli

·       5. Haratkheda

·      

·       1. Asai

·       2. Bhorkheda

·      

·       1. Bhorkhedi

·       2. Garkheda

·       3. Jafrabad

·       4. Borkhedi (Bk.)

·       5. Aland

·       6. Kumbharzari

·       7. Hanmantkheda

·      

·      

·       The episodes  of floods are given in Annexure III .

 Earthquakes

·       As compared to other disasters, earthquake is the most disastrous of all natural calamities. The district administration is more conscious about it.  The mild shock of the Marathwada earthquake in  1993 prompted the district administration to identify the weak zone prone areas or lineament prone villages at the district.

·       Due to the lack of  seismic instruments,  the administration has not studied the vulnerability of villages to a possible earthquake. According to lineament map of the district, the Sr. Geologist of GSDA, Jalna has analyzed tahsilwise villages, which are vulnerable to earthquake. However, a detailed  scientific study of lineaments of earthquake - prone villages is required to be done.

·       List of villages having weakzones or lineaments in Jalna district is given below :

Name of Tahsil

Name of Earthquake Prone  Villages

 

High Probability

Medium Probability

Low Probability

·       1. Jalna

·       Golapangri

·       Bathan

·       Gadhe Sewargaon

·       Wazar

·       Hivara Roshangaon

·       Tandul-Wadi

·       2. Bhokardon

·       ----

·       ----

·       Nalani (Kh)

·       Devulgaon

·       Janephal

·       Javkheda(Kh)

·       Javkheda(Bk)

·       Dagadwadi

·       Tapowan

·       Loangaon

·       Umarkheda

·       Devaligavhan

·       3. Partur

·       ----

·       ----

·       Suramgaon

·       Hastur Tana

·       Ashti

·       Palasi

·       4. Ambad

·       Alamgaon

·       Khodgaon

·       Bhanang Jalgaon

·       Bharadi

·       Rui

·       Antarwale

·       Haratkheda

·       Lamani Tanda

·       Pimparkhed (Kh)

·       Chinchkheda

·       Wadi lasura

·       Koli Sirasgaon

·       Awa

·       Pimpalgaon

·       5. Jafarbad

·       Tembhurni

·       Savangi

·       Borgaon (Kh)

·       Ambewadi

·       Kavatha

·       Math Borgaon

·       Borgaon(Bk)

·       Mirkheda

·       Veerkheda

·       Harpala

·       Aratkheda

·       Devali Gavhan

·       6. Ghansewangi

·       Kardgaon

·       Daithana

·       Yaval Pimpri

·       Chitra Wadgaon

·       Mudegaon

·       7. Badnapur

·       Ranjangaon

·       Saygaon

·       Dhopteshwar

·       Badnapur

·       Akola

·       Niklak

·       Dhamangaon

·       Devgaon

·       Somthana

·       Sindhi- Pimpalgaon

·       8. Mantha

·       Akani

·       Wadhona

·       Dhoksal

·       Waijoda

·       ----

·      

Fires

·       There are six industrial zones in the district and various types of industries are located  in Jalna district. In Jalna district Chemical industries, Spinning mills, Oil and Dal mills, Sugar factories and some factories of paper products  are located,  which are vulnerable to fires .

·       The district administration has ranked fire at fourth position on the basis of past occurrences and has indicated a medium probability of future occurrences. According to Fire officer of Fire Brigade Jalna, major fires were experienced at the cotton purchase centres and medium fires were experienced at cattle sheds, huts, hay stacks,  oil mills, saw mills and Godowns. In the last 15 years there were 600 fire cases in the district. In the last 15 years there have been no deaths due to these fire episodes but total loss due to fire is Rs. 2,92,85,011/-

·       The Fire officer, Jalna  has stated that out of 4 Municipal Councils, only Jalna Municipal Council has 2 fire fighting machines. The district administration has recommended that one fire machine may be given at Partur town which will enable the authorities to tackle the fires in the other parts of the district more  effectively. According to the past experience,  hazardous fire cases have occurred in the  urban areas of the Jalna  district.

 Road Accidents

·       As compared to other  Metro cities, the   low traffic volume  in Jalna is respoonsible for very few road accidents in Jalna district. However the heavy traffic volume on Jalna – Aurangabad road, especially due to chemical tankers and tankers carrying inflammable materials, is responsible for many road accidents.

·        There are 967 villages in Jalna district. Out of  these,  590 villages have been connected by perennial roads while 187 villages have been connected by seasonal roads. There is no National Highway in the district. The state Highways are  700.490 Kms. long while Z.P. roads are  of 2374.31 Kms. length. According to Department of Industrial Safety and Health, there are 10 vehicles carrying hazardous finished products which move out from Industries within Jalna during a month. According to Assistant Regional Transport Officer and Police Officials, there are approximately more than 100 vehicles carrying hazardous materials which  either pass through the district or bring raw material for industries within the district during a month.  These can become likely causes of road accidents.

·       There are 19 Bridges on rivers  and  120 Railway Bridges in Jalna  district.

·       The Non-electrified railway routes are of 98 Kms. length. There are  15 unmanned railway crossings in Jalna district.

·       The district administration ranks Road Accidents as the highest priority due to the seriousness and frequency of previous accident cases in the district. Most  road accidents occurred mainly due to carelessness of the drivers.

·       According to the district administration, the  places which are vulnerable to road accidents are as follows .

Sr. No.

Road

Place

·       01

·       Jalna – Aurangabad Road

·       Dawalwadi Near Badnapur

·       02

·       Jalna – Mantha Road

·       Near Mantha

·       03

·       Jalna – Ambad Road

·       Ambad – T- Point Near Govt. Guest House, Survey No. 488

·       According to Police officials,  2634 Road Accidents occurred in Jalna  district during the  last 15 years. The number of deaths due to Road Accidents is 671 during the last 15 years. According to the  Assistant Regional Transport Officer, the probability of road accidents in future is medium.

·       The Case Histories of Fatal Road Accidents is given in Annexure III.

 Epidemics

·       The district administration ranks epidemics as the third priority as compared to other disasters. The District Health Officer (DHO) Z.P. stated that  417 outbreaks occurred in the last 10 years. The total number of deaths due to these outbreaks is 316.

·             The expenditure incurred on medical assistance during last 10 years on these episodes is 

·             Rs. 58,38,949/- .

·      

·       According to the definition of epidemic outbreaks in the district, the District Health Officer and Civil Surgeon stated that the type of outbreaks which occurred in Jalna district are mainly Gastro  Enteritis, Cholera and Typhoid.

·       The main reason of epidemic outbreak is infected drinking water and leakages of water supply pipes. According to the Medical authorities of the district, the district administration has been able to sufficiently tackle these outbreaks.

·       According to previous case histories, the Health department (DHO, Z.P.) has analyzed the tahsilwise villages vulnerable to epidemics.

·       District Health Officer, Zilla Parishad, Jalna has stated  that the villages which are vulnerable to  epidemics are  as under :

Name of Tahsil

Name of villages

Bhokardan

(TOTAL - 2 VILLAGES)

1. Dhawada

2. Walsawangi

Jalna

(TOTAL - 5 VILLAGES)

1. Jalna

2. Pir Pimpalgaon

3. Manegaon

4. Sevali

5. Dudhna Kelgaon

Partur

( TOTAL - 3 VILLAGES)

1. Shrishti

2. Satona

3. Ashti

Ambad

(TOTAL - 3 VILLAGES)

1. Jamkhed

2. Wadigodri

3. Shahagad

Ghansawangi

( TOTAL - 5 VILLAGES)

1. Rani Unchegaon

2. Ranjani

3. Ghansawangi

4. Tirthpuri

5. Kumbhar Pimpalgaon

Jafrabad

(TOTAL - 2 VILLAGES)

1. Jafrabad

2. Tembhurni

Badnapur

(TOTAL - 4 VILLAGES)

1. Badnapur

2. Dabhardi

3. Selgaon

4. Wakulni

Case Histories of Epidemics are given in Annexure III .

Industrial and Chemical Accidents

·       Jalna district is primarily an agricultural district. Only  5.471 Sq. Kms. is the  industrial area of the district. There are 6 MIDC estates at Jalna. The principal types of industries are Engineering, Dal Mills, R and D,  Seeds Processing, Power loom/Soot Girnies, Textiles without dying and bleaching, Tiles and cement Hume pipe pole factory, Refineries,  Paper products, Dairy, Insecticides / Pesticides, Plastics, Ginning Pressing, Stone crusher, Rubber, Fertilizers, Steel and Sugar industries etc. The district administration has ranked the industrial and chemical accidents at sixth position on the basis of past case histories.

·       Out of the three hazardous industries ( Namely Smartha Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana, NRB Bearings and Sanjay Insecticides Ltd.),  two industries are located near Jalna city and the other  is located in Ambad tahsil. There are 1 toxic and 6 chemical industries in Jalna district. Percentage of people living in the areas, which have proximity to hazardous industrial activities such as quarrying, is only 1 %.

·       Sanjay Insecticides Pvt. Ltd. at Gut No. 206, Panshendra Tq., District Jalna is manufacturing  pesticides.

·       The factory officials have informed that there is no possibility of any hazard either     

  during the storage or processing of the chemicals.

·       There is well equipped first aid facility with personal protective equipment in the factory premises  such as Masks, Hand Gloves, Oxygen Masks, Air respirators, Air separators,  etc.

·       In case of poisoning, antidote treatment is provided and available in the unit.

·       Layout of the plan is available which is useful in the case of an emergency.

·       The fire fighting equipments are available from Jalna fire brigade station, which is the

       nearest fire station .

·       The factory officials explained that in emergency periods, the immediate response of  all services is necessary.

·       Out of 4 Sugar and distillery factories, only Samartha Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd., is hazardous  and is located at Ankushnagar, Post Adigodri, Tq. Ambad Dist. Jalna.

·       The principal activity of the plant is the production of  industrial alcohol from Molasses.

·       The industrial alcohol is highly inflammable and hence  the  storage and processing of industrial alcohol is hazardous.

·       The factory administration has informed that there  is no chance of any major hazard in the factory during storage or processing of the hazardous  chemicals.

·       The factory is well equipped with trained personnel and protective equipment.

·       There is a serious need of fire fighting equipment with Ambad town, since they have no   fire brigade and the nearest fire station is at Jalna which is  30 -35 kms.  away from Ambad.

·       The factory provided the layout to the Collector office.

Fact Sheets on Industries

·       N.R.B. Bearing Ltd. in C-4 Addl. MIDC Jalna is  located at the Jalna  urban area manufactures Ball and Roller.

·       The factory stores  liquid petroleum gas, which is used as fuel in furnaces through closed pipe lines.

·       The factory officials have informed that there is no possibility of any hazard either during the storage or processing of the chemical.

·       The area of influence of storage is 1600 meters area, within the plant area only.

·       There have been 174 industrial and chemical accidents in Jalna  district during the last 10 years. There have been  12 deaths in the industrial accidents during the  last 10 years. The expenditure incurred on Relief and compensation during the  last 10 years on these episodes  is Rs. 3,50,734/- only.

·       Majority of the factories are not hazardous and for those that have potential for serious hazards, the fact Sheets are enclosed in Annexure.

 Disaster Probability

Damage

Earthquakes

Floods

Cyclones

Epidemics

Industrial and Chemical Accidents

Fires

Road Accidents

·       Loss of lives

·       Medium

·       Medium

·       Low

·       Medium

·       Low

·       Medium

·       High

·       Injuries

·       Medium

·       Medium

·       Low

·       Medium

·       Low

·       Medium

·       High

·       Damage to and Destruction of Property

·       Medium

·       Medium

·       ---

·       ---

·       Low

·       ---

·       Low

·       Damage to cattle and livestock

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Damage to subsistence and crops

·       Medium

·       Medium

·       Low

·       ---

·       ---

·       Low

·       ----

·       Disruption of lifestyle

·       Medium

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Disruption of community life

·       Medium

·       Low

·       ---

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Loss of livelihood

·       Medium

·       Medium

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Medium

·       High

·       Disruption of services

·       Medium

·       Low

·       Low

·       ---

·       Low

·       Medium

·       Low

·       Damage to infrastructure and/or disruption of government systems

·       Medium

·       Medium

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Impact on National Economy

·       Medium

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Medium

·       Low

·       Social and Psychological after –effects

·       High

·       Low

·       Low

·       Low

·       Medium

·       High

·       High

  Specific Vulnerability of Systems and Services to  Disaster Events

Specific Vulnerability of

Vulnerable to

·      

·       Earthquakes

·       Floods

·       Cyclones

·       Epidemics

·       Fires

·       Road Accidents

·       Industrial

·       and Chemical

·       Accidents

·       Road Network

·       Yes

·       Yes

·       ----

·       ----

·       ---

·       Yes

·       ----

·       Rail Network

·       Yes

·       ---

·       ----

·       ---

·       ---

·       ---

·       ----

·       Power Supply

·       Yes

·       Yes

·       Yes

·       ---

·       Yes

·       ---

·       ----

·       Water Supply

·       Yes

·       Yes

·       ----

·       Yes

·       ---

·       ---

·       ---

·       Sewage

·       Yes

·       Yes

·       ---

·       ----

·       ---

·       ---

·       ---

·       Hospitals

·       ---

·       ---

·       ---

·       Yes

·       ---

·       ---

·       ---

·       Food stocks and supplies

·       ---

·       ---

·       ---

·       ---

·       Yes

·       ---

·       ---

·       Communication systems

·       Yes

·       Yes

·       Yes

·       ---

·       Yes

·       ---

·       ---

Ranking and Probability of Disaster Episodes

·        

Event

Ranking of events in terms of past occurrence

Probability of future occurrence

   

 

High

Medium

Low

·       Earthquakes

·       V

·       ---

·       Medium

·       ---

·       Floods

·       II

·       ---

·       ---

·       Low

·       Cyclones

·       VII

·       ---

·       ---

·       Low

·       Epidemics

·       III

·       ---

·       ---

·       Low

·       Industrial and Chemical Accidents

·       VI

·       ---

·       ---

·       ---

·       Fires

·       IV

·       ---

·       Medium

·       ---

·       Road Accidents

·       I

·       High

·       ---

·       ---

ANNEXURE I  -  DISASTER EPISODES IN JALNA DISTRICT

Episode 1

·       Epidemics

·       *Type of episode                                            :                              Epidemics (Gastro)    

·       *Location                                                   :                                     Jalna district.

·       *Date                                                                     :                               JULY 1996

·       *Reason assigned for the event                       :                  Unsafe and infected water.

·       *Warning system used                                     :                               Yes.

·       *Community response to warning system        :                              Yes.

·       *Administrative response to warning system  :                               Yes.

·       *Assessment of administrative preparedness  :               Yes, for purchase of medicines

·       *Area affected                                                 :               Urban and rural areas of Jalna district.                          

·       *Extent of damage                                     :             

·       (Note : The damage may be quantified in number and also in Rupees for each type of damage.)

·       No. of lives lost                                               :                            Four.

·       Procedure followed for assessing various types

    of damages and compensation norms used       :       As per the Hospital's record.

·       *Departmentwise breakup of expenditure incurred on relief and rehabilitation

·       (Immediate as well as long term)

Name of Department 

Type of relief / compensation / rehabilitation

Expenditure

·       General Hospital    

·              Jalna   

·        (Health Services) 

·       Treated patients by giving them Medicines and well services also discharged      

·      

·       Rs.3,12,210=00

·      

* Organisational structures involved to manage the  emergency,  specify  the departments       

    involved.:-

1)         Indian Medical Association

2)         Municipal council Jalna.

*  Nature of supports from the State and Central authorities.:-

    From State Government                             :    Released grant for purchase of medicines etc.

   From Central Government                         :     Nil.

*  Methods   used   for   mobilising   resources,

    N.G.O's   (Non-Government organisation) :     Meeting of Members of Indian Medical

    Community response                                         Association and Municipal authorities held. 

*   Legal or procedural bottleneck                  :      Nil

     experienced in managing the situation

 

*  Lessons learnt by officials and communities in dealing with disaster along with special     

     suggestions for improving procedures.

Lesson learnt  :-    Co-operation from Indian Medical Association/Staff of the Hospital, 

Municipal officials and other voluntary organisations and community based organisations

was good.

Suggestions :-  Medical Health Education  and Disaster Awareness should be given to public.

·       Episode 2

·       * Type of episode                                           :          Epidemics (Cholera)

·       * Location                                                  :           Jalna district.

·       * Date                                                                    :           July 1993

·       * Reason assigned for the event:            :           Unsafe and infected water.

·       * Warning system used :                                 :              Yes.

·       * Community response to warning system       :              Yes.

·       * Administrative response to warning system :              Yes.

·       * Assessment of administrative preparedness :              Yes, for purchase of medicines

·       * Area affected                                                :              Urban and rural areas of Jalna district.

·       * Extent of damage           

No.  of lives lost:                                                     Three

·       * Procedure followed for assessing various types

   of damages and compensation norms used   :         As per the Hospital's record

·         Departmentwise breakup of expenditure incurred on relief and rehabilitation

    (Immediate as well as long term)

Name of Department

Type of relief / compensation/ rehabilitation

Expenditure

·       Hospital                 

·              Jalna   

·         (Health Services)

·       Treated patients by giving them Medicines and well services also discharged

·      

·       Rs.6,99,091=00

·       * Organizational  structures  involved  to manage the emergency, specify the

    departments involved.:-

·       1)    Indian Medical Association

·       2)    Municipal council Jalna.

·       * Nature of supports from the State and Central authorities.:-

   From State Government                                : Released grant for purchase of medicines etc.

·          From Central Government                             :  Nil.

·       * Methods   used   for   mobilising   resources,

   N.G.O's   (Non-Government organization)     : Meeting of Members of Indian Medical

   Community response                                        Association and Municipal authorities held.

·       * Legal or procedural bottleneck experienced

    in managing the situation                                : Nil

·       *  Lessons learnt by officials and communities in dealing with disaster along with special    

    suggestions for improving procedures.

·            Lesson  learnt                                               : Co-operation  from Indian Medical 

                                                                            Association/Staff of the Hospital/

                                           Municipal officials, voluntary agencies  and

                 other community based organisations

                                                                            was good.

·       Episode 3

·       *  Type of episode                                          : Epidemics (Gastro enteritis epidemic)

·       *  Location                                                  : Ranjani, Taluka Ambad, in Jalna district.

·       *  Date                                                                    : 18th July 1992 to 11th August 1992.

·       *  Reason assigned for the event                      : Water supply pipe line leakages and lack

                                                                            of regular disinfenction of drinking

                                                                                        water by local gram panchayat authority.

·       *  Warning system used                                    :       Yes.

·       *   Community response to warning system      :        No.

·       *   Administrative response to warning system :       Yes.

·       *   Assessment of administrative preparedness :       No.

*   Area affected No.  of villages                       :      One

*   Extent of damage                                          :   110 persons affected from the disease.

      No.  of lives lost                                           :     One.

*   Procedure followed for assessing various

types of damages and compensation norms used : Compensation not given.

*   Departmentwise breakup of expenditure incurred on relief and rehabilitation

(Immediate as well as long term)

Name of Department

Type of relief / compensation/ rehabilitation

Expenditure

Health deptt

Special treatment ward opened at PHC Ranjani and treatment given to patients and contact treatment given to their relatives. Compensation could not be given

         Rs. 4,380=00

·       * Organizational  structures  involved  to manage the emergency, specify the

   departments involved.:-

·          Local private medical practitioners give support for the  treatment  given  to the patient.

·       * Nature of supports from the State and Central authorities.:-

·          From State Government :-                                  Epidemic medicine supply from  the  Joint

                                                                        Director, Health Services, (Health) Pune.

·          From Central Government :-                            Nil.

·           Methods   used   for   mobilising   resources,   N.G.O's   (Non-Government organization)       

·           Community response :-By Health education, about personnel and environmental  hygiene  and   

    daily water purification.

*Legal or procedural bottleneck experienced in managing the situation:  Nil

*Lessons learnt by officials and communities in dealing with disaster along

with special suggestions for improving procedures.:             Nil.

Lesson learnt :- To  avoid  such  type  of  epidemics  water  disinfection

regularly  done  by  Gram  Panchayat  authority  increase the awareness of

Hygiene in community by Health education.

Suggestions :-   Water   disinfection   regularly   done   by   Gram   Panchayat.

·       Episode 4

·       * Type of episode                                    : Dengue fever out break.

·       * Location                                           :  Baji Umrad, Taluka Jalna, in Jalna district.

·       * Date                                                             :  19/05/1995 to 26/6/1995

·       * Reason assigned for the event               :  Storage of  water  in  Ranjan  and  these 

                                                                     Ranjans not cleaned every week .

Mosquito breeds in this water.

·       * Warning system used                             : Yes.

·       * Community response to warning system : No.

·       * Administrative response to warning system :  Yes.

* Assessment of administrative preparedness:    No.

·       * Area affected (No.  of villages)            :    One.

·       * Extent of damage                                            :   408 persons affected from this disease.

·       * No.  of lives lost                                       :           One.

·       * Procedure followed for assessing various :  Compensation not given.

   types of damages and compensation norms

   used

·       * Departmentwise breakup of expenditure incurred on relief and rehabilitation

   (Immediate as well as long term)

Name of Department

Type of relief / compensation / rehabilitation

Expenditure

·       Health Deptt

·       Special Treatment ward opened at sub centre Baji Umrad and treatment given to patients and compensation could not be given.

·      

·      

·       Rs.  6,381=00

·      

·      

·       * Organizational  structures  involved  to manage the emergency, specify the departments involved.:- Physicians,   lab   technician  from  Civil  Hospital,  Jalna  called  for

diagnosis, treatment and blood sample collection.

·       * Nature of supports from the State and Central authorities.:-

      From State  Government                            :    Medicine and equipment supply from the

                                                                              Joint Director Health Services, (M&F)

                                                                             Pune and blood serum sample tested by

                                                                             NIV Pune for diagnosis.

      From Central Government                          :    Nil.

·       * Methods   used   for  mobilising  resources   : By Health Education.

N.G.O's   (Non-Government organization)

   Community response

·       * Legal or procedural bottleneck experienced :  Nil

   in managing the situation

·       * Lessons learnt by officials and communities in  dealing with disaster along with special   

   suggestions for improving procedures.                  

·       * Lesson learnt                                                 : To avoid such type of epidemics water

                                                                            regularly   house  water  container

                                                                           (i.e.  Ranjan, Tanks, etc.)

·       * Suggestions  : Awareness  in  community about personnel and environmental  hygiene.

·       Episode 5

·       Floods

   

·           *  Type of episode                                :  Floods in Partur Taluka  (Golegaon  & other 

                                                                    villages.)

·           *   Location                                           :  Partur Taluka  (Golegaon &  other villages)

   

·           *   Date                                                 :  23rd & 24th July-1989

   

·           *    Reason assigned for the events       :  Due to heavy rainfall, The river Godavari &    

                                                                                  its tributaries were flooded.  Hence 33

                                                                                 villages on the banks were affected.

   

·            *  Warning system used                        : Yes As per the letter of Tahsildar Partur

                                                                    No.1989/Misc/ WS/dt.30.6.89 Red flags on high

                                                                     elevated trees were installed.

·           *  Community response on warning        :  Yes. There was good response from

                                                                                     villagers.

·           *  Administrative response for warning  :  There was good response from                  

                                                                       Administrative authorities. People  living

                                                                       in flood zone shifted to safe places well in                                   

                                                                       advance.

·            * Assessment of administrative preparedness : Administrative preparedness was quick

                                                                         &  satisfactory.

    

·            * Area affected (No. of  villages)             : 33 

 

 1) Golegaon 2) Chaugatpuri 3) Sankerpuri 4) Savangi ganga 5) Mapegaon bk. 6) Deola

7)      Kedarwadi 8)  Rainvwahegaon 9) Mapegaon  k.h. 10)  Rohina 11) Ekurka 

·       12) Nagapur 13) Balbultara 14) Babal 15) Nsnfts 16) Masla  17) Patoda bk.. 18) Dolara 19)Kaojaueala 20) Daithana bk. 21) Shelgaon 22) Shreshti 23’) Torana 24) Dsaitrhaba kh 25) Amba  26) Bramha wadgaon 27) Waijoda 28) Raipur 29) Hatwan 30) Nandsi 31) Gopegaon  32) Chincholi 33) Anandwadi..

 

·            * Extent of damage               :  8- ( Note: damage may be quantified in number & also

         in  rupees for each type of damage)   Reference 

      Tahsildar Partur’s  letter dt. 30.6. 89.

     No. of lives  lost         : NIL

Total crop areas of 3235 hect. was damaged as below:-

a) 50 to 75 % damaged  area      : NIL

b) Less than 50% damaged area : 3235 hect.

c) More than 75% damaged area : NIL

    The value of total crop damaged amount of Rs, 74,47,460/-.

Statement showing the villagewise crop damage

Sr.       Name of villages

Crop sown area hect

Crop damaged area hect

Amt. of damage

1.         Golegaon

2.         Changatpuri

3.         Sankaupri

4.         Sanwang Ganga

5.        Mapagaon kh

6.        Mapagaon bk

7.        Deola

8.        Kedarwakdi

9.        Raniwaheaon

10.      Rohina bk.

11.      Ekurka

12.      Nagapur

13.       Babultara

14.      Babai

15.      Nanda

16.      Patoda bk

17.      Dolhiara

18.      Kawjawala

 19.     Masala

20.      Anandwadi

21.      Shelgaon

22.      Shreshti

23.      Torana

24.      Daithana bk

25.      Daithana kh.

 26.      Amba

27.       Bramha wadgaon

28.      Waijada

29.       Raipur

30.       Hatwan

31.       Nansi

32.       Gopegaon

33.       Chinchwadi

576

278

413

219

 315

287

288

231

257

378

231

221

430

261

152

646

365

312

270

211

444

362

166

223

229

569

155

470

264

224

238

76

316

173

83

124

65

98

89

96

90

89

113

70

41

150

107

48

161

116

103

94

67

137

116

54

71

92

187

51

117

105

89

99

30

126

346000

166800

242000

120000

196000

158000

192000

180000

158000

226000

140000

82200

300000

214000

96000

323360

323600

206000

189000

135000

275000

232000

108000

142000

184000

374000

132000

234000

10000

78000

199000

60000

252000

Total    :

10185

3235

7447460

Agricultural equipment and other damages ( e.g. well pumps Agricultural equipments)                 

 The overall damage amounts to Rs.8993460/-

  Damages to houses                                : 26 houses completely damaged & houses partly 

                                                                     damaged. Causing total damage Rs. 48000/-

  Loss of cattle                                         : Total 4 cattles' lives  were lost bullocks -2Nos                      

                                                                      Cows- 1 No. Buffalo 1 No.

                                                                      Overall cattle lives damaged in Rs. 13000/-

  Damages  to infrastructure                     :  -

    (Specify infrastructure)                                                              

     I) Villages roads & 0ther roads          : Namely 3 village roads were damaged.

a)      Road to Hatadi village b) Road to pimpali

village 

                                                                  c) Road to loni golegaon.

   II) Zilla parishad and irrigation work      :                   Nil              

 III) State sector irrigation works & roads :                Nil

  IV) M . S. E. B . works                              :                Nil

  V) Water supply works                              :                Nil

  VI) Z.P. Schools & other buildings            :                Nil

  VII) Municipal corporation roads            :                Nil

         & other road

* Procedure followed for assessing various types of damages & compensation   norms used:- With reference to the  wireless massage from the Collector , Jalna dt. 27/7/89.  Tahsildar  Partur  issued    letter to the revenue authorities  namely

a) all  circle inspectors and Talathis of Partur taluka to assess the damage due to flood by personally inspecting  the spot   & to submit  the  report point wise in the prescribed format.  The various points involved  are listed  below:-

1. Village affected   due to flood & their  respective  population.

2. Lives lost.

3.  Families affected & their  number of persons.

4.  No. of  houses damaged

5. Cost  of  houses damaged.

6. Damage to cattle / cattle depots.

7. Cost of damaged cattle depots

8.  No. of field  owner affecting crops in more than 50% area

9. Crop damage area-

                a) No. of damages area:- For example

                b) for  example               i) Up to 75% damaged crop area

                                                       ii) less than 50% damaged area

                                                       iii) more than 75 % damaged area.

10 Total cost of crop damages:-

11  Total area of land damaged in hect.

12  Total cost of damaged  land

13  Totally  damaged  land its cost &  area

14  Other agricultural damages (for example electric  pump etc.)

15  Other damages to Agriculture & its value.

16  Loss  of cattles.

17  Damages to other private property for example household articles food grain, fodder etc.

18  Damages to public property for example, road Irrigation area etc.

19  Total damage in rupees.

20.  Financial position for --

       a) Repairing to houses

        b) Purchasing cattle

        c) Land

        d) Seed & fertilisers

        e) Repair to public property.

*   Department wise break up of the expenditure. incurred on relief  & rehabilitation (immediate as well as long term  )

Name of Department

Type of relief /Compensation/ Rehabilitation

Expenditure

1)Tahsil office,

   Partur and   collectorate       Jalna..

2.Agricultural Officer, Z.P. Jalna

1)Golegaon  Tq. Partur for the rehabilation of Golegaon village 14.3  Hectors land is acquired

2) Crop compensation

3) Loss to cattles (4 Nos)

4) Damage to houses.

Subsidy to area affected farmer in kind and cash

Rs.  2,80,447/-

Rs.  1,97,100/-

Rs. 173.99 Lakhs/-

Reference :-  Collector, Jalna  Lr. No.1989/TS/WS  Date - 07/08/89

*Organisational  structure evolved to manage the emergency : ( specify department 

   involved)

   All villagers, Revenue department, Irrigation deptt., Social workers, Teachers, Police deptt . & other Govt. departments.

*  Nature of support from the state &  central authorities

             a) From state Govt.:- Received from secretary rehabilitation Mantralaya,  Mumbai.

             b) From Central Govt                        :  NIL.

*  Methods used for mobilising Resources : (N.G.O.s,community response) Prior to flood  

                                                                         disaster first of  all a committee was formed

 for flood  relief & measures. It comprises of

 Govt.Semi Govt.,Private,social workers &

local leaders.

* Legal or procedural bottleneck 

  experiences in  managing the situation      :  No other legal bottlenecks were experienced 

                                                                         except the people of Golegaon village

 refused to shift to new colony  when they

were asked to do so.

 

*Lessons  learned by officials & community

      in dealing with disaster along with specific

      suggestion for improving procedure:-

a)Lessons  learned                                       : Before happening of the disaster a committee

for  disaster relief measures was formed  and

due to this care were taken.  Hence there was

no loss  to life.  But how ever damage to

property would not be avoided.

      b) Suggestions                                        :   While dealing with the disaster  situation

  and  after  the disaster there is as

   tremendous work  load  on administration. 

  Hence the formation  of New disaster

   management unit is very essential.

·       Episode 6

*Type of episode                                  : Flood in Badnapur  taluka at Nanegan & other village.

*  Location                                            : Nanegaon & other villages of  taluka Badnapur.

* Date                                                   : 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sept. 92.

* Reason assigned for the events          : Due to heavy rainfall the river Dudhana & its

                                                                  tributaries Sukhana, villages  on the banks  were

                                                                  affected.

*Warning system used                           : Yes, villagers were alerted  by announcing the

occurrence of flood (Dawandi).

* Community response to warning         : Yes, there was average response from the community. system

Administrative response for warning : Directive were received to convey  the message

                                                                  of  system probable occurrence of flood by

      making repeated  announcement in the villages.

* Assessment of Administrative               :As per the Dy. Collector (Planning )  Jalna Do lr,

 99/NA/dt.9.9.92. the  Tahsildar Badnapur vide  

  his lr. dt.17.9.92. all revenue circle Inspector

  were directed to do the spot panchanama of the

                                                                 damages occurred due to flood.

*  Area affected  ( No, of village )           : There was 13 Nos. of villages  affected namely 

                                                                    listed  as below :

Kandari 2) Mandeulgaon 3) Chikhali  4)

    Murumkheds 5) Khadeaon 6) Badnapur  7) Wakulni  8) Deoogaon 9) Bazar Wahegaon  10) Nokalka 1) Akola 12) Somthana 13) Nanagaon.

* Extent of damage                                    : a- 1:- No. of lives lost:- Nil

                                                                    a-2:- Crop damage:- type of crops & areas in

    acres cropping 3.50 acres  were damaged & 2

    wells were damaged.  Total  damage

     amounting Rs.45,000/-                                                                          

.b) Damage to Houses                               : 1) Complete damage to houses-41 Nos.

                                                                    2) Partly damage to Houses-261   Nos 

                                                                        Total amount   of  damage Rs. 1,69,400/-

c) Loss of cattle                                       : One cow Rs. 4000/-

d) Damage to infrastructure ( specify         :         

    infrastructure)

  1) village road & other roads                   : ----Nil-----

  2) public works  such so Bridges, school.: ----Nil---

      etc.

* Procedure followed for assessing various

   types of damages & the compensation        :  All revenue circle Inspectors  of 

   Badanapur norms used

  Taluka were instructed is collect

  information on  following  points.

                                                      a) Villages affected  due to flood   & their

     respective population.

                                                                         b) Lives lost.

                                                                        c) Damage  to crop & property .

                                                                        d) Financial loss.

* Department wise breakup of the expenditure

   incurred on relief and rehabilitation 

   (immediate as well as long term)               :     

Name of department

Type of relief/compensation rehabilitation

Expenditure

Tahsil office

Badnapur /-

No rehabilitation done but for 4 houses other damages compensation was given

For each house Rs. 750/- and compensation in cash Rs.7250/-

* Organisational structure evolved   to manage the emergency ( specify the dept. envolved evinual department ,police deptt. local political leaders, social workers etc.

* Nature of support from the state & central Authorities.

a) From state  Govt:- As per the Govt. GR No. CLS 1983/CR1249/No.3dt. 12.3.84.

Tahasildar Badnapur  Distributed  compensation to flood affected people .

b) From central authority:-  Nil

*Methods for mobilizing resources             

 (N.G.O.s, community response)                   :  Making repeated announcement for

                                                                         mobilizing all of them.                

                                                                        

*Legal or procedural bottlenecks ,

  experienced in   the managing the situation  : There was no legal bottleneck experienced

*Lesson learnt by officials and community

in dealing  with the disaster alongwith 

special suggestion for improving procedure   :

a)   Lessons learnt :- Before happening of disaster all necessary steps  were taken well inadvance hence there was no loss to life . However damage to property could not be avoided.

b) Suggestion:- It becomes difficult for handling the disaster situation from the routine staff. Hence for long term   measures, It is essential to have a separate disaster management unit.

Episode 7

Fires

  

* Type  of episodes                                         :   Major fire.

* Location                                                       :   Oil and Pulse mill of Soni Industries,

                                                                            Old Industrial Area, Jalna (Urban)                  

                                                                             Plot  No. C-23/5

* Date                                                             :    29-11-92  Between 13.00 to 13.30 Hrs.

* Reason assigned for the event                      :    Electric Short Circuit.

* Warning  system used                                   :   Yes, the owner himself  Shri Ramesh-

                                                                             chandra  Harakchandra Soni contacted 

     fire station, Jalna on  phone .  A

                                                                             report  in writing was also given to Police

                                                                             station, Sadar Bazar by Shri Rajesh                                               

                                                                             Bhagwandas Soni.

* Community response to warning  system      :   Yes, contacted, with Police station and

                                                                             Fire Brigade.

* Administrative response to warning             :   Yes, the Fire station has sent two fire 

   system                                                                fighters

( Reference :-  Applicant’s Letter dated 29-12-92  and Chief officers Certificate

dated 14-12-92)

* Assessment of administrative preparedness  :    Fire officer made fire report and police

      made  spot  panchanama.

* Area affected ( No. of villages)                     :    Only area of  Soni  Pulse mill measuring

                                                                               80  x  100  Square feet.

* Extent of Damage                                           : 

  No. of lives lost                                                 --   Nil

  Damage to houses                                              --   Nil

  Loss of cattle's                                                    --   Nil

Damage to Building/Structure/Hut/Machinery/    --  

 and  others                                                           --  1. Separator  Machines  (Tot. 3)

                                                                             --   2. Roll Machine (4) and Machine(1)

                                                                             --   3. Double Fiber, Polisher Machine (2)

                                                                             --   4. Holler Machine (1)

                                                                             --   5. Seller Machine (1)

   

                                                                              --  6. Delivery Machine (13)

                                                                        --  7. Conveyor Belt of 15 feet main counter .

                                                                        --  8. Pulley 42” (2)

                                                                        --  9. Polisher Buff machine (1)

                                                                        -- 10. Distoner  Machine (1)

                                                                        -- 11. 50 Horse power Electric Motor (2)

                                                                                  Wiring board, Oil Starter (2) Caliseder 

                                                                                   Tube lights  (37), Material of oil

                                                                        -- 12. Misc. parts of machines.

                                                                        --  13. Grain : -                                            

                                                                              Mug Dal     --   1330 Qtl.

                                                                              (Under process)        

                                                                               Ready Mug Dal  --  380 Qtl.

                                                                              Tur Dal   --   550 Qtl.

                                                                              Ready  Tur Dal  --  80  Qtl.

                                                                              Tur Dal ( In process) --  34 Qtl.

                                                                              Tur Chura (Powder)  --  50 Qtl.

                                                                         --  14. Total Building   --  100’ x  80’ Area.

                                                                         --  15. Inner Part of Building.

                                                                         --  16. Plastic Tins.

                                                                         --  17. Other Damages.

( Damage in Rupees of above )                    :  1)  1 to 13   --    Rs. 5,50,000 /-

                                                                         2)  14 to 15 --     Rs. 18,00,000/-

                                                                          3)   16 to 17 --    Rs.  5,00,000/-

                                                                           Total  Rs.    --     Rs. 28,50,000/-

Damage to crops                                            :    Nil

* Procedure followed for assessing various  :   !) Police Panchanama .

   types of damages and compensation norms     2) Fire station  &  fire report.

   used.

* Departmentwise break -up of the              

   expenditure incurred on relief  and

   rehabilitation ( Immediate as well as long   

   term)                                                            :

Name of  Departments

Type of relief /compensation/ Rehabilitation

Expenditure

1. Fire Station, Jalna

2. Revenue Dept. Jalna

3. The New India Assurance company , Jalna.

Fire brought under control by operating  two fire fighters

---------------------

Assistance provided as under(Ref. :- Schedule of The New India Assurance Co. Jalna gives insurance on the Stock of Pulses and Grains such as Tur, Mug, Chana,Udid and Choori, Bhunsi in finished and/or in process stored in the Godown and/or in mill building known as M/s Soni Industries situated on Plot No. 23/5 Old MIDC Industrial area Jalna.  Building is built up of  second class construction .

Nil

Nil

Rs. 20,00,000/-

* Organizational structure evolved to manage  :   Fire station Jalna, Police station , Sadar

   the emergency  specify the Depts  Social

  Workers and employees of Company.

* Nature of supports from State and Central

   authorities.                                                     :  

   State Government                                               ----    Nil

   Central Government                                           ----    Nil

* Methods used for mobilizing resources NGO    

   community response                                       :  To control the fire  the services of  fire staff

                                                                             and social workers were sufficient so that

                                                                             nobody was called for help.

* Legal or procedural bottlenecks experienced

   in managing the situations                              :   Not at all.

* Lessons learnt                                              :   On receipt of the fire call,  the lives

     could be saved by sending additional fire

     fighters. This immediate action has also

     saved the  other  buildings from damage

     and from spreading the fire . It is

     experienced that immediate and

                                                                             competent action/step can save the lives

and properties etc.

* Suggestions                                                    :  At least one fire station must be

     established at  each Taluka Headquarter. 

    Similarly for immediate information and

     communication one  wireless system is

    also necessary at fire stations .

Episode 8

* Type of Episode                                              : Fire to private godown.

* Location                                                           : Rani Unchegaon Tq. Ambad District

       Jalna

 * Date                                                                 : 23.12.1986

 * Reason assigned for the event                          : Electric short circuit.

  ( Reference :- Fire Report )

 * Warning system used                                        : Contacted on phone and reported the

    fire.

* Community response to warning system            : Yes, accordingly contacted  the local

                                                                                  police station.

 

 * Administrative response to warning system      : Yes, on receipt of telephonic message

     one fire fighter sent with permission

     of superior authority.  

( Reference :- Fire Report dated 23.12. 86 )

 *  Assessment of administrative preparedness     : Fire Officer made fire report and

    police made spot panchanama.

 * Area affected ( No. of villages )                        : Entire Rani Unchegaon village.

                                                                                ( This village was trapped in fire due to

                                                                                surrounding area of a private godown.)

       

                                                                         

 * Extent of damages                                               :Lives lost    --  Nil

                                                                                  Houses damaged   --  Nil

                                                                                 Cattles Lost          --  Nil

                                                                                 Structure/Building/Other damage  --

                                                              The following are the damages of the

  above fire.                    

 ( Reference :- Fire Report dated 23.12.86 )

 * Procedure followed for assessing various types  : Police panchanama and fire report.

    of damages and compensation norms used          

* Departmentwise break up of the expenditure in

    cured on relief  and rehabilitation ( Immediate as

    well as long term )                                                :

Name of Department

Rescue/Rehabilitation/Type of Assistance

Expenditure

Fire Station, M.C. Jalna :-

Charges of fire tender no.2 is as under

1) To and fro of F.T.No.2 MHB-3811

2)  Petrol consumed 52 Ltrs. at the rate of 18.20 Ltrs

3)  Portable pump worked 2 Ltrs. and Petrol consumed 10 Ltrs. on @Rs.8.20Ps

4)  Engine oil consumed one Litre.on @ Rs. 17.60 per Litre.

5)  D.A.for five persons 1 full

Rs. 52-00/-

Rs. 426-00/-

Rs. 82-00/-

Rs.17-60/-

Rs. 78-00/-

TOTAL

Rs. 656-00/-

Reference :-  Charge of F.T.NO. 2, of Municipal Council, Jalna dated 24.12.86

 * Organizational structure evolved to manage the     : Fire Station M.C., Jalna local

  Police emergency specify the

departments involved            Station,  

 Social worker and the villagers.

 * Nature of supports from state and central authority:

    State Government                                                  : Nil

    Central Government                                              : Nil

 

 * Methods for mobilizing resources NGO,

 Community response                                             :  After receiving  the message on

                                                                Telephone, Fire Brigade and Police

      arrived on  the spot and with the help of 

      local administration called villagers and

social  workers for handling the emergency.       

  * Legal or procedural bottlenecks experienced in

     managing the situations                                         : The fire was in Rural area and

  the fire station of M.C.Jalna is

  situated in Jalna city. There is  only one

  fire station in entire Jalna

  Dist. As per rules, to attend these

  fire calls out of the  jurisdiction ,

                                                                                      permission of the Chief

             Officer/Collector is necessary which

             takes time and hence the response to the

             call was delayed. 

             

 * Lessons  learnt                                                : There are eight Talukas and four

    Municipal Councils in the Jalna Dist. But

    there is only one fire station of Municipal  

    Council,  Jalna city which is  responsible for   

   handling the fires of entire district. The village

   Rani Unchegaon where the fire

  occurred is 50 K.M.away from Jalna

   and as such it took more time to reach      

   spot. This delay ultimately caused  

  more financial loss.

 

                

Episode 9

Road Accidents

* Type of episode                                            :  Road accident

* Location                                                        :  Jalna-Aurangabad Road on Godhadi Nala’s

                                                                            Bridge.

                                                                         

* Date                                                               :  11.07.89 at about 12.30 Hours.

            

* Reasons assigned for the event                       :  Bus driver was driving the bus in a careless

      manner and so accident of bus and

     matador happened.

* Warning systems used                                     :  Nil                     

* Community response to warning system      :  Not at all

Administrative response to warning system :  After getting the message , the police arrived at

  the place and made the spot panchanama of

   road accident.

Assessment of administrative preparedness :  Yes, after receiving the information PSI

                                                                          Badnapur immediately rushed to the spot

  and necessary action was taken.  

* Area affected (No. of villages)                     :  Only the road near Godhadi Nala.

  

* Extent of Damage                                          :   No. of lives lost  --  Six persons died.

                                                                             Crops damage   ---  Nil

                                                                              Damage to houses  --  Nil

                                                                              Loss of Cattles  --  Nil

                                                                              Damage to infrastructure  --  Nil

* Departmentwise break up of the expenditure

 incurred on relief and rehabilitation (immediate

 as well as long term)         

                                                  

Name of Department

Type of Relief Compensation & Rehabilitation

Expenditure

Police Department,

Jalna..

Police took out the victims with the help of public and also clear the traffic

----------

* Organisational structure evolved to manage the  :  There is no Organizational structure

                                                                                  evolved to manage the emergency.

*Nature of support from the state and central         :   

authorities

From state government                                           :  Nil

From Central government                                       :  Nil

* Methods used for mobilizing resources NG O,   :  When the accident took place at

Jalna- Auranagabad Road (Under

Police Station Badnapur )

immediately people of Badnapur

rushed to the spot and helped

                                                                                     the victims.

* Legal or procedural bottlenecks experienced      :  Nil

in managing the situation

* Lessons learnt by officials and communities in   : 

dealing with disaster along with specific suggestions

 for improving procedures

                  

Lessons learnt                                                         :  Whenever such type of accident takes

                                                                                        place in the district,  immediately

first - aid will be given to the

victims.

Suggestions                                                             :  Speed  breaker, road signal, diversion

                                                                                    Boards are  required on the roads.      

Episode 10

* Type of episode                                                   :  Road Accident.

* Location                                                              :  Maliwadi (Aurangabad-Beed Road)

* Date                                                                    :   14.06.1995 at about 6.00 Hours.

* Reason assigned for the event                             :   Not given side to each other .

* Warning system used                                           :   Nil

* Community response to warning system              :   Nil

* Administrative response to warning system         :   After receiving  the information, 

police went  to the spot and made

spot panchanama and

                                                                                     help the trapped people.           

                                                                        

* Assessment of administrative preparedness          :   Yes, after receiving  the information

  P.I. Ambad  rushed to the spot and

necessary action was taken.         

* Area affected                                                         :   Only Road near Maliwadi.

* Extent of Damage                                                   :   Rs. 1,80,000/- (Of both the Trucks)

                                                                                     Number of lives lost  --  Three

 Persons.

                                                                                     Crops damage  --   Nil

                                                                                      Damage to houses  --  Nil

                                                                                      Loss of cattle -- Six (5 Bull & 1

Buffalo)      

                                                                                      Damage to infrastructure  --  Nil

* Procedure followed for assessing various types :    After receiving the information of

  of damages                                                              the road accident, the 

police immediately rushed

to the spot and help to the victim.

                                                                          

* Departmentwise break up of the expenditure

 incurred on relief  and rehabilitation ( Immediate

as well as long term )                                               : 

Name of the Department

Type of relief /compensation & rehabilitation

Expenditure

Police Department

Police took out the victims from the road accident with the help of the public and also clear the traffic.

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* Organizational structure evolved to manage the   :  There is no Organizational

emergency                                                                 structure  evolved to manage the

  emergency.

* Nature of support from the state and central

   authorities                                                                 :  

From state govt.                                                        :    Nil

Central govt.                                                             :   Nil

*Methods used for mobilizing resources NGO,        :   When the accident took place near

Community response                                                     Malwadi village then immediately

                                                                                      villagers rushed to the place and

  helped the victims.            

* Legal or procedural bottlenecks experienced in     :   Nil

managing the situation

* Lessons learnt by officials and communities in       :   Whenever such type of accident

 takes place in the district, immediately first- aid will be given to the victims.

Suggestions                                                                  :   Speed breaker, road signal,

    diversion boards, etc. are required on

     the roads.     

ANNEXURE II - FACT SHEETS ON INDUSTRY

Fact Sheet No. :  1

I.   Factory identity                                     Samartha  Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana

                                                                Ltd.

II. Address                                                Ankushnagar, Post Vadigodri ,

                                                                 Tq. Ambad,  District  Jalna.

III.       Location (mention                            Rural area

     the industrial estate

     if applicable)

IV.       Contact Persons                             General shift

                                                                 Shri V.B. Patil , Managing Director

                                                                 Second shift

                                                                 Shri Ware  , Distillery Incharge

                                                                 Shri B.A .Patil , Distillery &

                                                                 Sr.Chemist

                                                                 Third Shift

                                                                 Shri B.N.Pawar , Distillery Chemist

                                                                 Shri S.N.Thorat , Distillery Chemist

                                                                 Shri K.V.Pawar. Distillery Chemist

V. Principle activity(ies)                              Industrial Alcohol for Molasses

     for each plant

VI.       Inventory of the hazardous chemicals (raw  materials,  intermediate products, final         products and wastes)

NAME OF CHEMICAL

QUANTITY STORE

STORAGE METHOD

MODE

QUALITY OF PROCESSING SYSTEM

Industrial Alcohol

1500-00 Metric Tons.

S.S. Storage tanks above ground  at atmospheric pressure and ambient temp

      ----

Distillation of 98 %  pure Ethyl Alcohol.

VII.      Consequences of major hazards

     from storage for each chemical                                                     Highly Inflammable

VIII.     Consequences of major hazards                                 Highly inflammable.

     from processing       

IX.       Physical range of consequences

Storage

Manufacturing

1 Sq.  Km Ankushnagar having a population of 1500.           .

About 3 hectares.  40 workers of working plant

X. An inventory of personal                                  a) About 60 helmets provided.

     protective equipment in the                             b) Chemical safety  goggles...    

     factory premises.                                                30 pairs

                                                                         c) Hand Gloves...  50 pairs.

                                                                         d) Safety Boots ...   30 pairs.    

                                                                         e) Daily checklist safety and

                                                                             fire hazard maintained.                                                                                                                                   f) Daily inspection of pipeline

                                                                             etc.  done by Safety Officer.

                                                                         g)  Fire Drill is conducted each

                                                                              month as per on site emergency

                                                                              control plan.

XI.       Action required

Fire brigade - action required to                           Shri .Pinnamkar , Fire Officer ,  

be taken by the fire brigade                                   Fire Brigade ,Deolgaonraja Road,           

including the names and telephone                        Jalna. Phone No. : 30101 .

numbers of contact persons.                                    1. Fight Fire with water    

                                                                             2. Cool Storage Tanks of industrial

                                                                             Alcohol , by operating fire

                                                                              hydrant and foam monitoring system.

                                                                             3. Isolate Plant from storage.

                                                                             4. Escape out trapped persons.

 

Police service :- Action required to                     Police Station  Jalna.

 be taken by the police including the                     Phone No.: 30100 .                                                                               

names and telephone numbers of                             1.   Cordoning off of affected areas.

contact persons.                                                       2.  Keep watch on the affected

                                                                                      plant and storage till the

                                                                                      completion of response.

                                                                                 3.  Traffic Control.

                                                                                 4.  Inform District Magistrate .

                                                                                 5.  Inform District Health authorities.

 

Medical Services - action required                               1.  Dr.  D.R.Tope (MBBS) Equipment

to be taken by the medical services                                   and medicines for treatment of

including names & telephone numbers                  burns.

of contact persons and hospitals.                              2.  District health authorities should

                                                                                      rush to the site with ambulances

                                                                                      first aid trained staff with adequate

                                                                                      medicine.

                                                                                 3.  Civil Surgeon, Jalna for treatment of

                                                                                      burns, Tel. No.30942.

Communication services -action required                          Only Bus services : On getting

to be taken by the railways, airports                              information from competent

and bus services including the names                            authorities required number of

and telephone numbers of contact                                  buses should be sent to the site.

persons in each case.                                                     Bus Depot,  Ambad

                                                                                      Telephone No. :  41065 

XII.      Estimated Response time                                     Ten minutes only

XIII.     Layouts of the plants (to be

     updated as and when expansions                      Layouts of the plant is enclosed.

     /modernization occur)

Fact Sheet No. : 2

I.   Factory identity                                                 NRB BEARINGS LTD.

II. Address                                                           C-4 Addl.  MIDC Jalna.

III.       Location (mention the industrial               Urban area, Jalna.

     estate if applicable)

IV.       Contact Persons                                        Shri R.O.  Jain, General Manager.

                                                                            Shri S.N.Kulkarni, Pers.  Manager.

                                                                            Shri G.R.Koujaltegi Superintendent

                                                                                                                                                    Heat Treatment Department.

V. Principle activity(ies)                             Manufacturing of Ball and Roller

     for each plant           bearings.

VI.       Inventory  of  the hazardous chemicals (raw materials, intermediate

     products, final products and wastes)

Name Of Chemical

Quantity Store

Storage Method

Mode

Quality Of Processing System

Liquid Petroleum gas .

10 M.T.

S.S. Storage Tank at 5 k.g./cm2 pressure & ambient temperature

       ----

L.P.G. is used as fuel in furnaces through closed pipe lines.

VII.      Consequences of major hazards        Highly inflammable.  Fire and

     from storage for each chemical                            explosion can occur in the

                                                                               storage of  L.P.G.

VIII.     Consequences of major hazards        Highly inflammable.  Fire and

     from processing                                                   explosion can occur in process.

IX.       Physical range of consequences

Storage

Manufacturing

The area of influence (in sq.kms) as well as the names of villages within that area for each chemical should be clearly indicated.

The area of influence (in  sq.kms) as well as the names of villages within that area for each  chemical should be clearly indicated .

1600 meters area , within plant area only .

About 1600 meters in plant , about 20 workers working in plant.

X. An inventory of personal                                 a) Safety Boots .. 20 Pairs.               

      protective equipment in                               b) Safety goggles .. 20 pairs.

      the factory premises.                                    c) Asbestos suits ...  2 pairs.

                                                                          d) Daily check list and fire hazard

                                                                               maintained.

                                                                          e) Daily Inspection of pipeline

                                                                              cocks jumper nozzles etc.  done

                                                                               by Safety Officer.

XI. .Action required

Fire brigade - action required to                    Fire Brigade,  Municipal  Council,

be taken by the fire brigade                                      Jalna Phone No.  30101

including the names and telephone                         1.  Fight fire.

numbers of contact persons.                                  2.  Prevent spread of fire.

                                                                           3.  Keep cool the storage L.P.G.

                                                                                by water sprinkling.

Police service - action required to                               Kadim Jalna Police Station

be taken by the police including the                             Phone No.  30852

names and telephone numbers of                           1.  Cordoning off affected areas.

contact persons.                                                   2.  Keep watch on the affected

                                                                                plant and storage till completion

                                                                                of enquiries.

                                                                           3.  Traffic Control.

Medical Services - action required                              Equipment and medicines for the

to be taken by the medical services                             treatment of burns.

including names & telephone numbers                    Civil Surgeon Jalna for treatment of

of contact persons and hospitals                              burns Tel. No.30942.

Communication services - action                               .Only  Bus services ;  after getting

required to be taken by the railways,                       information from competent auth-

airports and bus services including                         orities, required number of buses

the names and telephone numbers of                        should be sent to the site for the

contact persons in each case.                                   transport or affected persons.

                                                                                Bus Depot,  Jalna.

                                                                                Telephone No.  30497

XII. Estimated Response time                                    Immediate response of all

                                                                                services is necessary.

XIII Layouts of the plants (to be                              Layout of the plant is enclosed.

       updated as and when expansions                                        

       /modernization occur)

Fact Sheet No.3

I.   Factory identity                                             SANJAY INSECTICIDES PVT.LTD.

II. Address                                                       GUT NO.206 PANSHENDRA,

                                                                                    TQ.& DIST.  JALNA.

III.       Location(mention the industrial               Rural area

     estate if applicable)

IV.       Contact Persons                                    Shri Satyanarayan Mandhane

                                                                        Managing Director,

                                                                        Phone  No.30770(Res.)

                                                                        Shri S.C.Saboo, Gen.Manager

                                                                        Phone Off.30961 and 30962

                                                                        Phone Factory 32961

V. Principle activity(ies)                         Manufacturing of pesticides

     for each plant

VI.       Inventory of the hazardous chemicals (raw  materials,  intermediate

     products, final products and wastes)

Name Of

Chemical

Quantity

Store

Storage Method

Mode

Quantity Of Processing System

1. Monochroto- phos.

   2  M.T.

Drums are stored in godowns at room temperature

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Required quality of technical pesticides is taken into blending vessels and then measured quantity of aeromax is added to it. The mixture is stirring thoroughly and packed into small containers. No chemical reaction.

2. Forates

2  M.T.

-----do-------

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-----------do------------

3. Indosulfan

2  M.T.

-----do-------

-------

-----------do------------

4.Aeromax

10 M.T.

Tanks are located outside of the factory building in open space at atmospheric pressure and ambient  temp.

5.Solvent C-IX

20M.T.

------do------

-----

-----------do---------

II. Consequences of major hazards from storage for each chemical :

 Aromax and  Solvent C-IX  are highly  inflammable solvents . Fire  and  explosion may occur. Pesticides  can cause  poisoning  to workers   in  the unit  during formulation  of pesticides. In case of fire in the unit, monochrotophos drums may leak. When water  is  used as extinguisher, pesticides  will mix with water and may lead to drainage, which is harmful if  consumed  by  animal and  human  beings. General symptoms of poisoning are headache, giddiness,  vertigo,  nausea, vomitting , blurred  vision , sweating , and salivation.

VIII.    Consequences of major hazards from processing :

    

Aromax and solvent C-IX are highly inflammable solvents, fire and explosion may occur. Pesticides  can cause  poisoning   to workers in the unit during formulation of pesticides. In case of fire in the unit, monochrotophos drums may leak. When water is used extinguisher, pesticides will mix with water and may lead to drainage, which is harmful if consumed  by animal  and  human  beings.  General  symptoms  of   poisoning  are headache ,  giddiness , vertigo, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, sweating, and salivation.

IX.       Physical range of consequences

Storage

Manufacturing

1/2 square K.M.           

1/2 square K.M.

                                                                     

                                                              a) Masks & Hand gloves are provided to

                                                                  the workers--- 20 numbers.

                                                              b) Air respirators, Oxygen masks are

                                                                  provided/available--- 3numbers

X. An inventory of personal                     c) Daily check list of safety & fire

     protective equipment in the                   hazard maintained.

     factory premises.                                d) Masks & Hand gloves are provided

                                                                  to the workers.

                                                              e) Air separators - Oxygen Masks

                                                                  are available.

                                                               f) In case of poisoning antidote

                                                                  treatment is provided and

                                                                  available in the unit.

XI.       Action required

Fire brigade - action required to                   Fire Brigade, Municipal Council,

be taken by the fire brigade                                     Jalna, Phone No.  30101

including the names and telephone                      1.  Fight fire with water.

numbers of contact persons.                               2.  Cool storage tank.

                                                                        3.  Isolate plant from storage.

                                                                        4.  Rescue out trapped persons.

Police service - action required to                            Kadim Jalna Police station,Ph.No.30852

be taken by the police including the                      1. Cordoning off affected areas.

names and telephone numbers of                         2. Keep Watch on the affected

contact persons.                                                     plant and storage till the completion of

                                                                             enquiries.

                                                                        3.  Traffic control.

                                                                        4. Inform District Magistrate.

                                                                        5. Inform District Health authorities, etc.

                                       

Medical Services - action required                       1. Equipments and medicines for the

to be taken by the medical services                          treatment of burns and antidote

including names & telephone numbers                  treatment (Approved Doctors of

of contact persons and hospitals.                             unit Dr.Rajendra Karva, Jalna.

                                                                             Phone No.  300004

                                                                             and Civil surgeon ,Jalna .

                                                                             Telephone No.- 30942.

Communication services -action required                  Only Bus services after getting .

to be taken by the railways, airports                      information from competent authority,

and bus services including the names                    required number of buses should be                      

and telephone numbers of contact                          sent to the site for the transport or

persons in each case.                                             affected persons

                                                                              Bus Depot Jalna.

                                                                              Tel. No. :- 30497.

XII.      Estimated Response time                             Immediate response of all services is                

                                                                              necessary.

XIII.     Layouts of the plants (to be                        Layout of plan is enclosed .

     updated as and when expansions

     /modernization occur)

ANNEXURE III -EARTHQUAKE PRONE AREAS OF

 JALNA DISTRICT

With the help of the lineaments map of Jalna district Sr. Geologist, Ground water Survey and Development Agency, Jalna has stated and decided the vulnerability as under -

Name Of Tahsil

Name Of Earthquake Vulnerable Villages

First Priority

Second Priority

Third Priority

1. Jalna

Golapangri

Bathan

Gadhe Sewargaon

Wazar

Hivara Roshangaon

Tandul-Wadi

2. Bhokardon

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Nalani (Kh)

Devulgaon

Janephal

Javkheda(Kh)

Javkheda(Bk)

Dagadwadi

Tapowan

Loangaon

Umarkheda

Devaligavhan

3. Partur

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Suramgaon

Hastur Tana

Ashti

Palasi

4. Ambad

Alamgaon

Khodgaon

Bhanang Jalgaon

Bharadi

Rui

Antarwale

Haratkheda

Lamani Tanda

Pimparkhed (Kh)

Chinchkheda

Wadi lasura

Koli Sirasgaon

Awa

Pimpalgaon

5. Jafarbad

Tembhurni

Savangi

Borgaon (Kh)

Ambewadi

Kavatha

Math Borgaon

Borgaon(Bk)

Mirkheda

Veerkheda

Harpala

Aratkheda

Devali Gavhan

6. Ghansewangi

Kardgaon

Daithana

Yaval Pimpri

Chitra Wadgaon

Mudegaon

7. Badnapur

Ranjangaon

Saygaon

Dhopteshwar

Badnapur

Akola

Niklak

Dhamangaon

Devgaon

Somthana

Sindhi- Pimpalgaon

8. Mantha

Akani

Wadhona

Dhoksal

Waijoda

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ANNEXURE IV - FLOOD PRONE AREAS OF JALNA DISTRICT

Tahsilwise flood prone villages of the district are given as follows.

NAME OF TAHSIL

NAME OF RIVER

VILLAGES ON THE BANK OF RIVER

1. Jalna

(TOTAL - 27 VILLAGES)

1. Kundlika

2. Kalyan

3. Dudhana

1. Tandulwadi

2.Rohanwadi

3.Sarwadi

4.Pachanwadgaon

5. Khanepuri

6.Bhatepuri

7.Bapkal

8. Hatwan

9. Karla

10. Mamadabad

1. Pirkalyan

2. Somnath

3. Jalgaon

4. Nirkheda

5. Bramhankheda

6. Bhilpuri (kh)

7. Maujpuri

8. Dhandegaon

9. Khanepuri

10. Ghodegaon

11. Dhanora

1. Golapangari

2. Dudhana kalegaon

3. Mali Pimpalgaon

4. Wazar

5. Kotha.

6. Thekuli

2. Ambad

(TOTAL - 32 VILLAGES)

1. Dudhana

2. Sukhana

3. Galati

4. Godavari

1. Alamgaon

2. Chambharwadi

3. Nagzari

4. Gola

5. Katkheda

6. Bathan(kh)

1. Maher Bhaygaon

2. Chikangaon

3. Deshgavhan

4. Badhapur

5. Antarwali awa

1. Domegaon

2. Koli sirasgaon

3. Dadhegaon

4. Khodgaon

5. Pithori Sirasgaon

6. Karanjala

7. Bhingurdenala

8. Kothala  (Kh)

1. Bolegaon

2. Apegaon

3. Sashta  Pimpalgaon

4. Domalgaon

5. Gauri

6. Gandhari

7. Shahagad

8. Walkeshwar

9. Patharwala (BK]

10. Gondi

11. Hasanapur

12. Ganga Chincholi

13, Sadegaon

3. Ghansawangi

( TOTAL - 24 VILLAGES)

1. Godavari

2. Dudhana

3. Naru Nala

1. Ramasgaon

2. Nihalsingwadi

3. Sondalgaon

4. Bhoggaon

5. Mudegaon

6. Manepuri

7. Rajatakali

8. Kukadgaon

9. Shevata

10. Shivangaon

11. Bhayadi

12 Siraswadi

13. Gunj

14. Shripatdhamangaon

1. Mundregaon

2. Gadhe sawargaon

3. Bhutegaon

4. Karadgaon

5. Chitrawadgaon

6. Ranjaniwadi

1. Kandari Ambad

2. Paduli

3. Antarwala Tembhi

4. Pandhari  Bk

4. Partur

(TOTAL 15  VILLAGES )

1. Godavari

2. Jam

3. Dudhana

1. Changatpuri

2. Golegaon

3. Sawangi

1. Sawargaon

1. Babai

2. Dolhara

3. Nandra

4. Akruka

5. Nagpur’

6. Karegaon

7.  Padali

8. Rohina

9. Mapegaon (kh)

10. Jategaon

11. Devala

5. Mantha

( TOTAL - 10 VILLAGES )

1. Purna

1. Waghala

2. Dudha

3. Kanadi

4. Uswad

2. Dudhana

1. Hatwan 

2. Nansi

3. Wanjola

4. Tambeshwar

5. Kedarwadi

6. Wai

6. Badnapur

( TOTAL - 17 VILLAGES )

1. Dudhana

2. Lahuki

3. Sukhana

1. Nanegaon

2. Somthana

3. Nikalak Akola

4. Badanapur

5. Padali

6. Ambadgaon

7. Thoksal

8. Manjargaon

9. Kumbhari

10. Saygaon

1. Warudi

2. Kadegaon

3. Kasturwadi

4. Roshangaon

1. Wakulni

2. Ranjangaon

3. Ghotan

7. Bhokardan

( TOTAL - 36 VILLAGES )

1. Dhamana

2. Jui

3. Khelna

4. Purna

5. Girja

1. Selud

2. Paradh

3. Paradbhadi

1. Wadsed

2. Tadkalas

3. Borgaon Jahangir

4. Sipora bazar

1. Bhokardan (Urban)

2. Awahana

3. Rameshwara

4. Lingewadi

5. Kodoli

6. Takli

7. Dautpur

1. Tandulwadi

2. Jainpur

3. Kothara

4. Nanda

5. Limgaon

6. Kopardi

7. Belora

8. Wallya

9. Wallya Jahangir

10. Nirkheda

11. Kedarkhoda

12. Nalani (Kh.)

13. Nalani (Bk.)

14. Tadegaon

15. Khaparkheda

1. Wajirdheda

2. Wita

3. Latifpur

4. Borgaon Khadakgaon

5. Borgaon Taru

6. Takli

7. Pimpalgaon

 

8. Jafrabad

(TOTAL - 14 VILLAGES)

1.Khelna

2. Jui

3. Purna

1. Pimpalgaon Kad

2. Warud

3. Warkhedawiro

4. Takli

5. Haratkheda

1. Asai

2. Bhorkheda

1. Bhorkhedi

2. Garkheda

3. Jafrabad

4. Borkhedi (Bk.)

5. Aland

6. Kumbharzari

7. Hanmantkheda

ANNEXURE V -  EPIDEMIC PRONE AREAS OF JALNA DISTRICT

District Health Officer, Zilla Parishad, Jalna has stated that the vulnerability of epidemics in Jalna district is as under :

Name of Tahsil

Name of villages

Bhokardan

(TOTAL - 2 VILLAGES)

1. Dhawada

2. Walsawangi

Jalna

(TOTAL - 5 VILLAGES)

1. Jalna

2. Pir Pimpalgaon

3. Manegaon

4. Sevali

5. Dudhna Kelgaon

Partur

( TOTAL - 3 VILLAGES)

1. Shrishti

2. Satona

3. Ashti

Ambad

(TOTAL - 3 VILLAGES)

1. Jamkhed

2. Wadigodri

3. Shahagad

Ghansawangi

( TOTAL - 5 VILLAGES)

1. Rani Unchegaon

2. Ranjani

3. Ghansawangi

4. Tirthpuri

5. Kumbhar Pimpalgaon

Jafrabad

(TOTAL - 2 VILLAGES)

1. Jafrabad

2. Tembhurni

Badnapur

(TOTAL - 4 VILLAGES)

1. Badnapur

2. Dabhardi

3. Selgaon

4. Wakulni

ANNEXURE VI  : ROAD ACCIDENT PRONE AREAS OF JALNA DISTRICT

·     Maximum road accidents ooccur on “Jalna - Aurangabad road” and at the spot of Ambad - T - point near New Government Guest House in Survey No. 488. 

 CAPABILITY ANALYSIS

 Inventory and Evaluation of Resources

Inventory and evaluation of resources is necessary for assessing the capability of district to respond effectively to different types of disasters, and specifically to the disasters that the district is specifically vulnerable to.

D  During disaster, both governmental and non-governmental (including Private) resources are planned to be mobilised. The list of resources available with the government and other agencies is given below. These will be updated from time to time.

  Communication and Media

F   For monitoring, predicting and warning systems for specific disasters, the following departments and the technology is available

Disaster

Monitoring Stations

Monitoring Instruments

Warning Systems and Technology

Department/ Agency responsible

Earthquake

      -------                

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Floods

1. Jalna

2. Upper Dudhna Medium Project.

3. Jivrekha M.P.

4. Jui M.P.

5. Dhamna M.P.

6. Kalyan Girja

Water Level Meter

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---- “ ----

---- “ ----

---- “ ----

---- “ ----

Wireless set entrusted to irrigation department having frequency 40 to 60 Khz. Message from Sr. No. 2 to 6 are received at Sr. No. 1.  Messages are further conveyed to and monitored by Chief Engineer I.D., CADA, Aurangabad.

Irrigation Department.

Cyclones

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Epidemics

Total = 7

District level - 6

Total = 41

Village level, site level, PHC level, Taluka level, District level.

Result of water supply from laboratory

Result of water supply from health laboratories.

If there is an epidemic outbreak, M.O. and R.H. Health Staff report about occurrence of epidemic to the concerned office.

If there is an epidemic, M.O. and R.H. Health Staff inform about occurrence of epidemic to the Health Officer.

Civil Surgeon Health Department.

Health Department (Source District Health Officer, Z.P.)

Industrial and Chemical Accidents

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Fires

One Fire Station at Deolgaon Rd. Municipal Council Jalna

Fire Pumps

1 - Telephone

2 - Police Machinery (wireless)

Fire Station Municipal Council Jalna.

Road accidents

All police Stations in Jalna District.

8 Stations and Check points.

On wireless message or telephonic message

Protection indicators signal.

Nil

Wireless sets control phone

For Home Department (Police)

Railway Dept.

  Mass Media

l  The Mass Media can be used for giving warning and alert messages to the community.

l  The details of Mass Media available in Jalna District are given in following table.

Number of local newspapers

9 Daily, 32 Weeklies

Number of radio stations

Nearby Aurangabad/Parbhani

Number of TV transmission centres

NIL

 Administrative  Preparedness

 Control Room in the District

A control Room with staff strength of two clerical persons and one peon functions round the clock in the district head quarter as well as at each tahsil office during Monsoon months from June to September. During the remaining part of the year, only the Control Room of the Police Department works round the clock.

The officer incharge of the Control Room is responsible for receiving  flood warnings/heavy rainfall/uprooting of trees/Rain along with hail-storms/Damage of property as well as life etc. This Control Room also receives weather information form IMD, Colaba office and transmits them to all tahsil offices, Collector, RDC and Dy. Collectors.

There is a wireless station control room at Jalna in the premises of Executive Engineer, Minor Irrigation Division, Jalna. Through this control room, messages from the various  stations are monitored and communicated to the Chief Engineer, Irrigation Department, Aurangabad and to other authorities.

 Community Education and Preparedness Programs

During  the recent flood at Golegaon in Jalna district, wide publicity and community education in the affected areas was done by beat of drums (i.e.Davandi). Besides this, there is no community education and preparedness programs that have been undertaken so far with regard to any disasters.

 Measures taken for promotion of life/crop/property insurance

M measures have been taken in flood affected areas for promotion of insurance for crop and property.

 Disaster Specific Capability Analysis

In The case of Jalna district, the capability is judged on the basis of nature of disaster and the ability of the district administration to respond to disasters such as Floods, Road Accidents, Epidemics, Earthquakes etc.

 Earthquakes

T   The district administration and Sr. Geologist, GSDA, Jalna has analysed the tahsilwise villages which are on or near the lineaments with the help of Structural Geology and Remote Sensing data of the district but the scientific study of the weak zones is necessary.

 Floods

T The wireless sets are fitted on medium irrigation projects of the district. The list of medium irrigation projects is given in the section on  evaluation of resources. The Minor Irrigation Department established  a 24 hour Control Room connected by wireless to the command posts. The  district administration has set up co-ordination with Minor Irrigation Department  during the  monsoon season.

The watershed management program is being carried out in 263 villages in order to manage scanty rains received and to reduce the frequency of floods.

The district administration has taken necessary action after the Golegaon flood.  14.3 Hectares land was acquired by the district administration for the  rehabilitation of Golegaon village in Partur Tahsil. An independent Control Plan only for floods has been prepared in Jalna district and it is updated every year. The district administration has prepared the list of villages which are situated on the banks of rivers.

According to previous case histories of disaster episodes, the district administration has used community warning systems in the form of drum beatings (davandi ) to warn the villagers in the down stream.  Preventive measures in the form of construction of percolation tanks and cement plugs are undertaken to avoid flash floods.

 Industrial and Chemical Accidents and Fires

There are six industrial estates in the district. Only  Jalna industrial estate i.e. MIDC Jalna is the most active industrial area. The district administration with the help of DIC and Joint Director, Industrial Safety and  Health  analyzed the 3 hazardous industries of the district.

The Lay-out of the 3 hazardous industries with their fact sheets is  included in this plan. Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, Aurangabad has given the report of  1 toxic and 6 chemical industries of the district.

The 3 hazardous industries have prepared their own disaster control plans and they take all measures to minimize the various damages due to accidents.

In Jalna district, there are 4 Municipal Councils and 8 tahsils. Out of these Municipal Councils, only Jalna Municipal Council has its own fire brigade with only 2 fire fighting machines. Fire cases have occurred in various parts of the district during the last 30 years and as such the two fire tenders are insufficient to tackle the fires. The district administration needs more fire tenders and availability of fire brigade service at each Municipal Council.

The Civil Hospital  in the district headquarter has its own well equipped separate burn ward to help the fire victims. But besides this, the district administration is not equipped to give adequate  support service to the fire victims.

 Road Accidents   

At present, traffic accidents are dealt with by the nearest police station. The traffic branch of S.P. Office, Jalna  monitors and takes all necessary actions regarding Road Accidents.

The S.P. Office maintains the monthly diary of various road accidents in the district. The office monitors the various parameters of particular accidents and conclude the reasons of the accidents. The office classifies various accidents on the basis of nature of the accidents viz. Fatal Accidents, Normal Accidents etc.

With the help of above procedure, the traffic branch of S.P. Office, Jalna tries to minimize the accidents but in the last 30 years,  the road accidents are increasing day by day.

According to Railway dept. there is only 8 stations in Jalna district. Railway dept. has its own check points to tackle the Railway accidents. Railway dept. uses protection indicators, signals, wireless sets, control phones etc.  for controlling  the railway accidents.

There are PHCs and Rural Hospitals on the state highways. The health department has their own trauma care center for treating accident victims.

In Jalna, the Mission Hospital and other private hospitals are working for treating accident victims.

 Epidemics

A At  the  district headquarter, there is only one civil hospital  with different specialties,  essential medicines and equipments for responding to medical emergencies, including epidemics.

There are six Rural hospitals in the district which are fully equipped with necessary medicine, equipment, specialists and health staff. Out of 8 tahsils, ambulance service is available with 6 tahsils : namely Jalna, Jafrabad, Partur, Mantha, Ambad and Bhokardan. There are 7 mobile Trauma Care Centers and 2 mobile X-ray units.

In rural areas, there is 1 PHC for every 30,000 people. Each primary health center has one male and one female health worker. They are provided with necessary medicine and equipment to  tackle day to day demands.

The Health Dept. of Zilla Parishad has their own epidemic survey team which maintains the Case Histories of outbreaks and takes  the necessary actions to tackle the epidemics. Training has been provided to all Gram Panchayats for treatment of potable water.  Bleaching powder is used to purify the  water. Health education and awareness campaigns are being carried out at village levels by DHO, Jalna.

There is only one Public Health Laboratory for water testing. The details of Pathological laboratories, Blood banks and other health services is given in Government and Pvt. Sector Resources.

The district is well prepared with respect to tackling veterinary requirements after any disaster. A talukawise break up of veterinary institutions is given in the Response Structure of the Plan.

4   Preparedness Measures undertaken by Departments

In addition to the administrative preparedness measures, the district control room will receive reports on preparedness from the relevant  district level departments  and other departments,  as per the details given below. This will enable the District Collector to analyse the capabilities and preparedness measures of various departments and report on the same to the Emergency Operations Centre, Relief Commissioner and Divisional Commissioner.

 Preparedness Checklist for Police (to be filled in by the Department Head and submitted to the District Collector every six months)

Preparedness measures taken

Details/Remarks

The  department is familiar with  disaster response plan and disaster response procedures are clearly defined

Orientation and training for disaster response plan and procedures  undertaken

Special skills required during emergency operations imparted to the officials and the staff.

Reviewed  and updated

Precautionary measures and procedures

the precautions to be taken to protect equipment 

the post-disaster  procedures to be followed.

Adequate warning mechanisms established for evacuation

A officer has been designated as Nodal Officer for Disaster Management

Sources of materials required for response operations have been identified

Reported  By :

Designation

Signature

Date

Preparedness Checklist for Public Health Department (to be filled in by the Civil Surgeon and District Health Officer and submitted to the DCR every six months)

Preparedness Measures taken

Details/ Remarks

The  department is familiar with  disaster response plan and disaster response procedures are clearly defined

A hospital plan for the facilities, equipment and staff of that particular hospital based on “The Guide to Health Management in Disasters” has been developed.

Orientation and training for disaster response plan and procedures undertaken

Special skills required during disaster situations  are imparted to the officials and the staff.

Hospital staff are aware of which hospital rooms/ buildings are damage-proof.

Reviewed  and updated

precautionary measures and procedures

the precautions that have  to be taken to protect equipment

the post-disaster  procedures to be followed.

All hospitals’ staff have been informed about the possible disasters in the district, likely damages and effects,        and information about ways to protect life, equipment and property.

An area of the hospital identified for receiving large numbers of casualties.

Emergency admission procedures with adequate record keeping developed.

Field staff oriented about 

DDMAP

standards of services,

procedures for   tagging.

A officer has been designated as Nodal Officer for Disaster Management

Sources of materials required for response operations have been identified

Reported  By :

Designation                             Signature                                 Date

Preparedness Checklist   for MSEB (to be filled in by the Department Head and submitted to the District Collector every six months)

Preparedness measures taken

Details/Remarks

The  department is familiar with disaster response plan and  disaster response procedures are clearly defined 

Orientation and training for disaster response plan and procedures  undertaken

Special skills required during emergency operations imparted to the officials and the staff.

Reviewed  and updated

Precautionary measures and procedures

the precautions to be taken to protect equipment 

the post-disaster  procedures to be followed.

A officer has been designated as Nodal Officer for Disaster Management

Sources of materials required for response operations have been identified

Reported  By :

Designation

Signature

Date

Preparedness Checklist   for Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (to be filled in by the Department Head and submitted to the District Collector every six months)

Preparedness Measures Taken

Details/Remarks

The  department is familiar with  disaster response plan and disaster response procedures are clearly defined

Orientation and training for disaster response plan and procedures undertaken

Special skills required during emergency operations imparted to the officials and the staff.

Reviewed  and updated

Precautionary measures and procedures

the precautions to be taken to protect equipment 

the post-disaster  procedures to be followed.

Adequate warning mechanisms for informing   people to store an emergency supply of drinking water have been developed.

Procedures established for the emergency distribution of water if existing supply is disrupted.

A officer has been designated as Nodal Officer for Disaster Management

Sources of materials required for response operations have been identified

Reported  By :

Designation

Signature

Date

Preparedness Checklist  for Irrigation Department (to be filled in by the Department Head and submitted to the District Collector every six months)

Preparedness measures taken

Details/Remarks

The  department is familiar with  disaster response plan and disaster response procedures are clearly defined

Orientation and training for disaster response plan and procedures undertaken

Special skills required during emergency operations imparted to the officials and the staff.

Reviewed  and updated

Precautionary measures and procedures

the precautions to be taken to protect equipment 

the post-disaster  procedures to be followed.

Flood monitoring mechanisms can be activated in all flood prone areas from 1st  of June.

All staff are well aware of precautions to be taken to protect their lives and personal property.

Each technical assistant has  instructions and knows operating procedures for disaster conditions.

Methods of monitoring and impounding the levels in the tanks evolved. 

Methods of alerting officers on other dam sites  and the district control room, established

Mechanisms evolved for

forewarning  settlements in the downstream

evacuation

coordination with other dam authorities

A officer has been designated as Nodal Officer for Disaster Management

Sources of materials required for response operations have been identified

Reported  By :

Designation

Signature

Date

Preparedness Checklist for Telecommunications (to be filled in by the Department Head and submitted to the District Collector every six months)

Preparedness measures taken

Details/Remarks

The  department is familiar with disaster response plan and  disaster response procedures are clearly defined 

Orientation and training for disaster response plan and procedures  undertaken

Special skills required during emergency operations imparted to the officials and the staff.

Reviewed  and updated

Precautionary measures and procedures

the precautions to be taken to protect equipment 

the post-disaster  procedures to be followed.

A officer has been designated as Nodal Officer for Disaster Management

Sources of materials required for response operations have been identified

Reported  By :

Designation

Signature

Date

 Preparedness Checklist  for PWD (to be filled in by the Department Head and submitted to the District Collector every six months)

Preparedness Measures taken

Details/Remarks

The  department is familiar with  disaster response plan and disaster response procedures are clearly defined

Orientation and training for disaster response plan and procedures  undertaken

Special skills required during emergency operations imparted to the officials and the staff.

Reviewed  and updated

Precautionary measures and procedures

the precautions to be taken to protect equipment 

the post-disaster  procedures to be followed.

All officers are familiar with pre-disaster  precautions and post-disaster procedures for road clearing and for defining safe evacuation routes where necessary.

A officer has been designated as Nodal Officer for Disaster Management

Sources of materials required for response operations have been identified

Reported  By :

Designation

Signature

Date

 Preparedness Checklist for Agriculture Department (to be filled in by the Department Head and submitted to the District Collector every six months)

Preparedness Measures taken

Details/Remarks

The  department is familiar with  disaster response plan and disaster response procedures are clearly defined

Orientation and training for disaster response plan and procedures  undertaken

Special skills required during emergency operations imparted to the officials and the staff.

Reviewed  and updated

Precautionary measures and procedures

the precautions to be taken to protect equipment 

the post-disaster  procedures to be followed.

Information provided to all concerned  about the disasters, likely damages to crops and plantations,   and information about ways to protect the same.

The  NGOs and other relief organisations are informed about  the resources of the department

A officer has been designated as Nodal Officer for Disaster Management

Sources of materials required for response operations have been identified

Reported  By :

Designation

Signature

Date

Preparedness Checklist  for Animal Husbandry Department (to be filled in by the Department Head and submitted to the District Collector every six months)

 

Preparedness measures taken

Details/Remarks

The  department is familiar with  disaster response plan and disaster response procedures are clearly defined

Orientation and training for disaster response plan and procedures undertaken

Special skills required during emergency operations imparted to the officials and the staff.

Reviewed  and updated

Precautionary measures and procedures

the precautions to be taken to protect equipment 

the post-disaster  procedures to be followed.

Hospital staff are aware of which hospital rooms/ buildings are damage-proof.

All veterinary hospitals and centres’ staff have been informed about the possible disasters, likely damages and effects,   and information about ways to protect life, equipment and property.

An  area of the hospital identified for receiving large numbers of livestock.

Emergency admission procedures with adequate record keeping developed .

A officer has been designated as Nodal Officer for Disaster Management

Sources of materials required for response operations have been identified

Reported  By :

Designation

Signature

Date

 Public and Private Resources Inventory

Resource inventory consisting of manpower, transport, infrastructure and equipment for both the governmental and private sector institutions indicate the response capacity of the district administration.

The following tables show the details of Government and Private sector resources of Jalna district.

 4.6.1 Infrastructure available

Considering the public and private resources, the capability of the district and the resource availability is summarised below.

4.6.1 Manpower

The Number of Non Government Organizations (NGOs) working in the district.

Number of Mutual Aid response group in the district.

Police Service personnel

Defense Service personnel

State Reserve Police Force Gr. III (SRPF Gr. III)

State Reserve Police Force Gr. XII (SRPF Gr. XII)

Home Guard Personnel

College Student Volunteers --

Personnel of N.C.C.

Personnel of Scout

Personnel of Guide

Personnel of N.S.S.

Number of private hospitals

Man power of Private hospitals

Health Service Personnel’s (Public Hospitals) --

Personnel’s of District Health Office Zilla Parishad Jalna

Personnel’s of Civil Surgeon, Jalna                                                                                                                                                          

Man power of Power Supply Service ( M.S.E.B.)

Man Power of Water Supply Service --

Personnel of Water Supply Zilla Parishad, Jalna

Personnel of Environment Engineering Service(Water Supply Division), Jalna

Personnel of Ground water Survey and Development Agency( GSDA), Jalna

Man power of Engineering Services --

Personnel of Public Works Division, Jalna

Personnel of Minor Irrigation Division, Jalna

Personnel of Zilla Parishad Works Division, Jalna

Personnel of Telephone Department, Jalna

Personnel of Railway Department, Jalna

Number of Private Transport Organization in the district

Personnel working in Private Transport

: 11

: 15

: 1176

: 1257

: 1224

: 750

 

: 596

: 1359

: 884

: 1650

: 15

: 397

: 504

: 397

: 1136

: 27

: 78

: 31

: 600

: 390

: 357

: 251

: 360

: 52

: 88

4.6.1.2 Infrastructure

Number of towns with Fire Brigade Service 

                                                                                                                                     

Number of Private Hospitals with Surgery facility and ambulance services

Number of Public Hospitals with surgery facility and ambulance services

Number of Private Hospitals with surgery facility and without ambulance services

Number of Public Hospitals with surgery facility and without ambulance services

Number of X- Ray machines in the district

Number of blood banks with Private institutions

Number of blood banks with Public institutions

Number of bed with Private Hospitals

Number of bed with Public Hospitals –

Number of bed under the authority of District Health Officer, Z.P., Jalna

Number of bed under the authority of Civil Surgeon, Jalna

Number of Private Poison Care Centres in the district

Number of Public Poison Care Centres in the district

Number of trauma care centres in Public Hospitals

Number of trauma care centres in Private Hospitals

Number of Pathological labs with Private Organization

Number of Pathological labs with Public Organization

Number of Boats

01

03

06

28

30

19

02

01

567

180

295

07

39

07

--

03

06

Nil

Nil

4.6.1.3 Technological support

·         Satellite communication link with District Headquarters

·         Police wireless communication accessible

·         Telephones in all Taluka Headquarters

·         Fax machines in all Taluka Headquarters

·         There are more than 15 rainfall monitoring stations in the district

·         There is only one water quality monitoring station in the district

Special Equipment Available at the District Level

Following table shows the special equipment which are available at  the district level

Specialized Equipment

Numbers

Department/Organization

Earth - Moving equipment

Nil

Public Works Division, Jalna

Irrigation Department, Jalna

Drilling Rigs

02

Ground water Survey and Development Agency (GSDA), Jalna

Hydrofracture Unit

01

Ground water Survey and Development Agency (GSDA), Jalna

Inwell Rigs

01

Ground water Survey and Development Agency (GSDA), Jalna

Mobile Cranes

Nil

Public Works Division, Jalna

Irrigation Department, Jalna

Mobile X-Ray units

02

1. General Hospital Jalna

2. Mission Hospital Jalna

Mobile Trauma Care Centre

07

1. Civil Hospital, Jalna = 1

2. Rural Hospital, Jalna = 6

Local Cable TV/Star TV Network

06

Major Cable TV Network Operators

( The names and addresses of major cable TV Network Operators are given in the statement of facility and resources )

Others

1. Road Rollers

2. Trucks

3. Tanks

11

06

08

Zilla Parishad Works Division, Jalna

Zilla Parishad Works Division, Jalna

Zilla Parishad Works Division, Jalna

     The resources have been assessed for capability ( in the context of the magnitude of the task), availability (in terms of response time) and durability ( that is, the capacity to sustain and continue ), in relation to the disaster situation that may occur.

     Evaluation of Resources of Jalna district is given in following table(i.e. Excel Jalna one file)

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 Adequacy of Existing Inventory for Disaster Management

Adequacy of Existing Inventory for Disaster Management is the sufficiency of present inventory for disaster management. It is based on the disaster specific capability analysis. In order to equip the district for managing disasters effectively, it may be necessary to assess the adequacy of present resource inventory.

·         After the 1993 Latur Earthquake, the Sr. Geologist G.S.D.A., Jalna has analyzed the tahsilwise villages which are near or on the lineaments. But due to the lack of technical instruments the scientific study of those lineament prone villages of the district has not been carried out

·         With the help of Minor Irrigation, Jalna district administration has prepared the list of flood prone villages.

·         According to Case Histories of floods, the administration has responded  well to  the flood situation. With the help of data of flood frequency, the district administration has taken the necessary action and played an important role in rehabilitation of Golegaon village of Partur tahsil. 

·         According to Minor Irrigation, Jalna the present monitoring and warning system is insufficient to co-ordinate the management of disasters. It  requires 8 wireless set (the list of required wireless sets is given in the Requirement of the district) to tackle the disaster situation.

·         Most of the area of Jalna district is generally inadequate in infrastructure like  Fire Brigade. The district has 8 tahsils, including  4 Urban areas. Out of 4 Municipal Councils, only Jalna M.C. has its own fire brigade service. Due to this, the district administration is not sufficiently equipped to tackle fire accidents.

·         As per the District Health Officer, Z.P. Jalna, the district administration has sufficient experience in responding to the epidemic outbreaks but the problem of water pollution and supply of non infected water continues to be source of outbreaks. The district administration has only one water quality monitoring lab, which is inadequate to test the water quality of each tahsil of the district. The vacant post of Medical Staff is the main administrative problem of the Health Dept.

·         Proper training and instrument kit will be provided to the Traffic Police  on the basis of Mumbai Traffic Police. This is necessary for providing the immediate primary aid to Road Accident Victims. The widening of roads and repairing of road and pools are necessary.

·         The NGOs and college student volunteers lack the proper training and necessary instruments such as ropes, tubes, fire proof masks, breathing equipment etc. to face any disaster situation. 

 MITIGATION STRATEGY

 Requirements suggested by the district in responding to the possible disaster events

F  For the procurement of equipment  for more effective disaster preparedness, the district administration and various department/agencies have given the list of requirements.

Sr. No.

Name of the Department/ Agency

Type of Equipment/Materials

Quantity

01

Municipal Councils in Jalna district

1)      Boats

2)      Fire Machines

3)      Big Torches

4)      Stretchers

5)      Rubber Tubes

6)      Life Jackets and masks

04

08

08

16

16

16

02

Police Dept.

1)      Boats

2)      Jeep fitted with loud speaker

3)      Big Torches

4)      Stretcher

5)      Sniffer dogs to detect victims buried in debris

04

03

100

100

02

03

District Health Officer, Z.P. Jalna

1)      Stretchers

2)      Jeep

3)      Ambulance

4)      Mobile laboratory Van

5)      Incubator 37 % c Size 2”x 2.5” x 2.5”

6)      Heating Oven100 C

      Size 2”x 2.5” x 2.5”.

7)      Chemicals, Medicines etc.

50

10

15

02

3

2

--

04

Civil Hospital, Jalna

1)      Trauma Ambulance with mini OT

2)      Mobile X-ray Machine with Van

3)      Siren facility

4)      Electric Suction Machine

5)      Foot Operated Suction Machine

6)      Battery Operated Generators

03

02

11

5

12

10

05

Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran

1)      G. I. Pipes 2 Inch & 100 MM

2)      Rig Machine

3)      Submersible pump set of different heads and discharges

4)      50 mm-150mm Sluice values

5)      Generator Sets

1000 Mts.

03

20

10

05

06

Animal Husbandry

1)      Jeeps

2)      Ambulance

3)      Mini Trucks

4)      Veterinary Mobile Van (with surgical and laboratory equipped)

5)      Mobile Phone

6)      Carcass Carrier Van with required equipment and instruments.

7)      Medicines:

i.                     Antibiotics

ii.                   Analgesic

iii.                  Anaesthetic

iv.                 Vitamins

v.                   Glucose Saline

2

5

2

2

1

----

07

P.W.D. Jalna

1)      Dozers

2)      Cranes

3)      G.I. sheets

4)      Wooden Ballies

5)      Nuts

5

3

--

--

--

·         Public Works Division, Jalna has specified that they would require  the following  material for construction of temporary shelters in the case of disaster situation. The detailed estimate is as follows:

Name of work – Construction of Huts or temporary shelters in crisis situation.

A B S T R A C T

Sr. No.

Item of Work

Quantity

Rate

Unit

Amount

01

Providing and fixing 6.00 mm. Thick GI Sheet corrugated (big size) sheet roofing including galvanised iron J or L Hook bolts and nuts and bolts and nuts and scaffolding comp. (D.S.R. 297 P. No. 62)

108.00

299.00

Sq.m.

32292.00

02

Supplying wooden ballies etc.

360.00

25.00

Rmt.

09000.00

03

Supplying nut and bolts

160.00

34.00

Kg.

5440.00

04

Providing Ballies

80.00

30.00

Kg.

2400.00

05

Providing murum flooring with adding 70mm. Thick murum, washing with cowdung,  etc complete.

108.00

17.00

Sq.m.

1836.00

                                                            Total Rs.      -------                    50,968.00

                                                            Add 5% for Contingency -----    02,548.00

                                                            Net Amount ---------                 53,516.00    

M Measurement sheet :

1)      Providing and fixing 6.00 mm. Thick G.I. sheet corrugated (Big size) sheet roofing including etc.

Consider size of Hut                           : 10’ x 15.0’= 150.00    : 50 x 0.9 = 13.50            

                                                                                                                   Sqm

                                                                                                             

     .

F   For eight talukas No. of Huts of     :0 8 x 13.50 = 108.00  :  108.00  Sq.m.

2) Supplying wooden Ballies for one

Consider                                            : 15 Ballies

For eight Huts                                                : 08x 15 = 120 Ballies

Height of Ballies (Jungle wood)         :                                   : 3 Sq.m. x 120 =                

                                                                                                  360 Rmt.

2)      Supplying nuts & bolts for one

Consider J hooks, nuts, bolts                        : 20 Kg.

                                               : 20 Kg. x 8 = 160 Kg.

3)      Providing Ballies for 1 Hut 10 Kg.

For Eight huts                                                : 08 x 10 Kg. = 80 Kg.

4)      Providing murum flooring with

Adding 70 mm thick murum washing

With cowdung waste etc.                  : For one hut 15’ x 10’  : = 150’          

: = 13.50 Sq.

For 8 huts                                          : 08 x 13.50                   : = 180.0 Sq.m.

                                                                                  

 Mitigation Measures

Mitigation means the short term and long term measures that need to be taken to minimize the damaging effects of disasters. The mitigation measures in the form of structural ( i.e. involving construction, demolition etc.) and non-structural (i.e. Enforcement of rules etc.)

 Structural

Short term

·         Repairing and checking the durability of all Government and Public Buildings.

Long term

·         Strengthening of Government and Public buildings.

·         Sufficient Trauma Care Centres.

·         Fire brigades  with each Municipal Council in the district.

 Non – Structural

·         Modification in zoning for Irrigation and building codes.

·         Promotion of Earthquake proof houses.

·         Arrange training awareness programmes for  contractors to update  their skills about  disaster proof structures.

 Disaster Specific Mitigation Measures suggested

5.2.3.1 Earthquake

·         Educationally Jalna district is backward and most people are illiterate about earthquakes. The training on awareness of earthquakes  is necessary.

·         All the weak and less durable infrastructures of the district must be surveyed and those found old and very weak should be retrofitted or reconstructed as per zone IV norm.

·         The 4 Municipal Councils of the district and Village Panchayats have to be suitably empowered to enforce zone IV regulation.

·         All the Government Officials who are responsible for implementing the rules, regulations and building codes must be adequately  trained in this respect.

·         At least one workshop must be arranged every year at district head quarter with College Students,  Volunteers and NGOs on this subject under the Chairmanship of Collector.

·         According to Sr. Geologist, G.S.D.A., the scientific study of weak zones, lineaments of the district is very essential.

5.2.3.2 Floods

·         Floods  occur due to the heavy rain and up till now the flood affected people are not shifted to the safe area.  That is the main problem of the  district administration. Strict implementation of anti-encroachment regulations on river banks is very important to disaster mitigation.

·         The requirement of 8 additional wireless sets is essential as per the Minor Irrigation and Flood Control Plan.

·         According to the past experience most of the floods have occurred due to the heavy rain and release of extra water from the dams . So the long term solution of this must be found by all the  related Govt. agencies.

5.2.3.3 Fires

·         There are 4 Municipal Councils in the district. Out of this 4 only Jalna M.C. has its own Fire Brigade Service with two fire tenders. This is not sufficient to tackle the fires in the whole district. So as per the requirement of district administration, at least one fire station with fire tender at Partur M.C. is essential.

·         All the Govt. and Pvt. Sectors should be equipped with fire fighting instruments.

·         Every industry unit, co-operative unit, shops of the district will prepared their plan to avoid the fire and used the special technique to prevent the fire.

·         Community education programmes for fire safety should be carried out regularly.

·         According to past experience, the fires due to electrical short circuits are more. So the M.S.E.B. needs to strictly check their cables and structures. Also takes action against illegal and unsafe connected lines in the district.

5.2.3.4 Road Accidents

·         There should be adequate sign-boards, speed breakers and guard-stones on the accident prone spots.

·         The mobile traffic van of police should be prepare the plan of adequate visit through the accident prone areas of Jalna district.

·         Ambulance Service of the district is not sufficient to reach the spot and help the victims. The ambulance must be provided to police control room.

·         The training programme of Traffic Police on first aid and help to the victims should arrange regularly.

·         The Civil Hospital must be up graded to include a well-equipped trauma care centers.

·         The tar roads of all M.C. in Jalna district are eroded at many places those places need resurfacing.

The following roads need improvements

Sr. No.

Road/Spot

Improvement

01

Jalna – Aurangabad Road

Curve improvement, Banking of Road and Widening of road, Widening narrow bridges.

02

Jalna – Mantha Road

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03

Near Zilla Parishad Office, Jalna at Ambad-T-Point

The signals should be fitted. The ring like infrastructure called chauk will be constructed.

5.2.3.5 Epidemics

·         Past Case Histories on epidemics show that outbreaks occur due to infected water and bad sewage systems. So the frequent checking of important water supply lines and plugging the supply pipe leakage is necessary. Improvement in sewage system of urban as well as rural areas of the district is necessary.

·         The district administration will take strict action against the water pollution.

·         The Health Department of the district takes necessary actions in epidemic prone villages of the district.

·         Water quality monitoring should be strictly enforced in all Gram Panchayats for improving the  water supply schemes.

·         Bleaching Powder should be adequately available with all Gram Panchayats.

·         The Rural Hospitals and PHCs should be upgraded to include blood bank and surgical facilities.

·         Public awareness programs must be undertaken to avoid epidemics in epidemic prone areas of the district.

·         There is only one lab for water quality testing in the district,  which is not sufficient. So it is essential to install at least one lab in each M.C. area of Jalna district.

5.2.3.6 Industrial and Chemical Accidents

·         The emergency plan with individual units is not sufficient when the disaster occurred is on large scale and as such Mutual Aid Response Groups approach should be followed and put to practical use during emergency situations.

·         The Hazardous industries in the district should update the plans and modify the plans frequently and it must be monitored and checked by Joint Director, Industrial Safety and Health.

·         Strict restriction of settlement of the people  living in the areas which have proximity to hazardous industrial activity such as quarrying, chemical plants etc. must be followed.

 INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE DISTRICT LEVEL

    

     Disaster management would involve many layers of participating organization. The three focal levels would be State, District and  the site of the disaster. The State level agencies would be involved in policy decisions, resource allocation, prioritisation of activities and budget allocation and monitoring through  the Emergency Operations Centre.

The District Disaster Management Committee   (DDMC) is an apex  planning body and  will play a major role in  preparedness and  mitigation.

The district level response will be coordinated under the guidance of District Collector who will act as District Disaster Manager.

 Responsibilities of Collector

The Collector shall be responsible for

v      preparation of the DDMAP  with the assistance of the DDMC.

v      setting up District Control Room

v      encouraging  formation of Mutual Aid and Response Groups (MARG)

v      Under the DDMAP, district level  agencies would be responsible for directing field interventions through various agencies right from the stage of warning to relief and rehabilitation.

v      At the disaster site,  specific tasks to manage the disaster will be performed.

v      Collector will be an integral part of the DCR.

v      Collector will be assisted by SOC.

·         SOC will be headed by a Site Manager.

·         Site Manager will coordinate the activities at various camp sites and affected areas.

·         The Site Operations Centre will report to the District Control Room.

v      Collector will coordinate all the field responses. Field Responses include setting up Transit Camps,  Relief Camps and Cattle Camps.

The desk arrangements provides for division of tasks, information gathering and record keeping and accountability of the desk officer to the DDM for specific functions. Each desk should have a Desk Officer assigned. The capacity of various desks to coordinate amongst themselves and with the units to be coordinated will ultimately decide the quality of response. Such a function of coordination would largely depend on the capacity to effectively keep a track on communications received and the decisions taken. Pro forma for “In and Out Messages and Register” are given in  Annexure I.

Figure I

Coordination structure at district level

 Disaster  Management Committee

A Disaster Management Committee exists to assist the Collector in

v      reviewing the threat of disasters

v      vulnerability of the district to such disasters

v      evaluating  the preparedness and

v      considering suggestions for improvement of the response document DDMAP.

The Committee meets once a year under the chairmanship of the Collector and consists of the following functionaries

The Collector                                                                         

Chairman

The District Superintendent of Police

Member

The Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Parishad

Member

The Additional Collector

Member

The Resident District  Collector                                            

Member-Secretary

The Commissioner of Police (if any)

Member

The Chief Fire Officer

Member

The District Health Officer

Member

The District Agriculture Officer

Member

The District Animal Husbandry Officer

Member

The Civil Surgeon

Member

The Executive Engineer, P. W. Department

Member

The Executive Engineer, Irrigation Department

Member

The Executive Engineer, Minor Irrigation Division

Member

The Executive Engineer, M.S.E.B.

Member

The Executive Engineer, MWSSB

Member

The Deputy Director of Education

Member

The Divisional Manager, Railways

Member

The Regional Transport Officer

Member

The Regional Manager, M.S.R.T.C.

Member

The District Publicity Officer

Member

The District Supply Officer

Member

The Local Station Director, A.I.R.

Member

The Local Station Director, Doordarshan

Member

The District Commandant, Home Guards

Member

The Divisional Forests Officer

Member

Sub-Divisional Officer(s)

Member

The Local Assistant Engineer, P. and T. Department

Member

The  Defense Units.

Member

District Level NGOs representative

Members

MARG representatives

Members

 
District Control Room

The District Control Room, under the control of the district collector, will be the nerve centre

v      to monitor

v      co-ordinate and

v      implement the actions for disaster management. 

In a disaster situation the District Collector is the central authority  exercising   emergency powers to issue directives to all departments to provide emergency response service.

Normal Time Activity

The normal time activity of the Disaster Manager is to

v      ensure that all warning and communication systems, instruments are in working condition.

v      receive information on  a routine basis from the district departments on the vulnerability of the various talukas and villages to disasters

v      the Disaster Manager will receive reports on preparedness from the relevant  district level departments  and other departments,  as per information details. These will be forwarded to the Emergency Operations Centre, Relief Commissioner and Divisional Commissioner.

v      Upgrade and update DDMAP according to changing scenarios in the district

v      Update data bank and maintain an inventory of resources as per  Table 1.

v      Inform Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) and  YASHADA of any changes including updating of data bank and annexures.

v      Monitor preparedness measures, training activities  including simulation exercises undertaken by various departments

v      Ensure proper dissemination of DDMAP at the district level, local level and disaster prone areas

v      Encourage formation of MARG in industrial areas.

v      Organise post-disaster evaluation and update DDMAP accordingly

v      Prepare reports and documents on district level disaster events and submit the same to EOC.  The document should include

Ø           source and cause of the disaster,

Ø           description of the response effort,

Ø           recommendations for preventive and mitigation measures,

Ø           plans for upgrading emergency preparedness and response plans.

Table I

Inventory of resources, materials and equipment accessible to DCR

(to be updated by District Control Room every six months and sent to Emergency Operations Centre)

Material/equipment

Departments/Agencies available with

Normal stock/quantity/amount

AC-sheets

Ambulances

Asbestos sheets

Bamboo mats

Blankets and durries

Blood

Boats/Rescue Boats

Bullies

Buses

Cattle-feed (Pre-mix)

Construction equipment

Cooked food

Cooking vessels for use in relief camps

Cranes

Drivers

Drilling rigs

Earth moving equipment

Firewood

Generators

GI-pipes

GI-sheets

Ham sets

Helicopter service

Jeeps

Mobile trauma care vans

Mobile X-Ray units

Public address systems

Pumps – diesel

              electric  

              hand pumps

Self breathing apparatus

Sign boards

Sniffer dogs

Tagging slips

Tankers

Telephone instruments

Tents

Taxi gas masks

Tractor

Trucks

VHF sets with batteries

Wireless sets

Tippers

Air Compressors

Water Pump sets

Road Roller

Mixer

Fire fighter

Mobile Vans

Refrigerator

Lunches

Vans

Relief crow Bar

Motor Cycle

Hand Pump

Dozer

Dumpers Terex R25

Haulpac Dumpers

Roller Dynapac Sismopator

Motor grader

Scrapers

Conventional Truck

Ambassador Cars

Level Compass Tape

 Warning or Occurrence of Disaster

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 Operations Centre, the Collector will exercise the powers and responsibilities of  the District Disaster Manager.

It is assumed that the district administration would be one of the key organisations for issuing warnings and alerts. Additionally, the list of  agencies competent for issuing warning  or alert is given below:

 

Disaster                                                                     Agencies

Earthquakes                                                    IMD, MERI,

Floods                                                             Meteorology Department, Irrigation Department

Cyclones                                                         IMD

Epidemics                                                       Public Health Department

Road Accidents                                              Police

Industrial and Chemical Accidents                 Industry, MARG, Police,

                                                             

Fires                                                                Fire Brigade, Police

The warning or occurrence of disaster will be communicated to

v      Chief Secretary, Relief Commissioner, Emergency Operations Centre,

v      Office of Divisional Commissioner

v      All district level officials, Municipal Councils, MARG

v      The officials of central government located within the district

v      Non-officials namely, Guardian Minister of the district,  Mayor, ZP President, MPs and MLAs from the district or affected area

v      Local units of the Defence Services

On the receipt of warning, all community preparedness measures and counter-disaster measures would come into operation. Further, the occurrence f the disaster would essentially bring into force the following :

v      The District Collector will activate the District Control Room as the District Disaster Manager.

v      The DCR will be expanded to include desk arrangements with responsibilities for specific tasks.

v      All district level staff from various departments will be under the direction and  control of the District Disaster Manager. These would also include the district level staff of

Ø           Zilla Parishad

Ø           Municipal Authorities

Ø           MSEB

Ø           MWSSB

Ø           PWD

Ø           MSRTC

Ø           Irrigation

Ø           District Industries Centre 

Ø           Telecommunications.

v      Leave of all officers and staff working with the above organisations, as requisitioned by the District Disaster Manager,  would automatically  stand cancelled and the organisations would direct their staff to report on duty immediately.

v      The Relief Commissioner is the controlling authority in respect of Grants under “2245-Relief on account of Natural Calamities and also Loans and Advances”. He shall, therefore, ensure that adequate grants are placed at the disposal of the Collector under these budget head and that implementation of relief and rehabilitation measures is not hampered on account of paucity of funds or otherwise.

v      The District Disaster Manager  may   in  case of large-scale disasters  get in  touch with the local Defence units for assistance for rescue, evacuation and emergency relief measures.

v      The District Disaster Manager  will have the authority to requisition  resources, materials and equipment from private sector.

v      The District Disaster Manager  will have  power to direct the industry to activate their on-site or off-site disaster management plan and seek assistance from MARG, if required.

v      The District Disaster Manager will set-up  Site Operations Centre/s in the affected area with desk arrangements

v      The District Disaster Manager  will authorise establishment of transit and/or relief camps, feeding centres and cattle camps.

v      An on-going wireless communication and contact from the DCR  to the Site Operations Centres, Transit Camps, Feeding Centres, Relief Camps and Cattle Camps will be activated.

v      The District Disaster Manager  will send the Preliminary  Information Report and Action Taken Report, as per the available information, to the Chief Secretary/Relief Commissioner/Emergency Operations Centre and the Divisional Commissioner.

v      The District Disaster Manager  will authorise immediate evacuation whenever necessary

v      In the event of possibilities of disasters in adjoining districts, including those beyond the state borders, the District Disaster Manager will issue the alert warning to them.

v      In multi-district disasters, if Additional Relief Commissioner is appointed at the multi-district level,   the District Disaster Manager  will report to  the Additional Relief Commissioner.

In the absence of Collector, Additional Collector or Assistant Collector or Resident Deputy Collector will officiate and exercise all the powers and responsibilities of the District Disaster Manager  listed above.

Desk Arrangements in District Control Room  

District Disaster Manager

v      Establishing Priorities

 

v      Direct and coordinate the services  of

Ø           Defence Services, SRP, CRPF, Home Guards, Coast Guards, CISF

Ø           Fire Brigade, Civil Defence

Ø           DOT, Railways, AAI, Port Trust,  FCI,

Ø           DD,  AIR

Ø           MSEB, MWSSB, MSRTC, PWD

Ø           Meteorological Department, MERI, MPCB,

Ø           State Government Aircrafts and  Helicopters

v      Coordinate with NGOs, and aid agencies

v      Enlist  services of GOI/GOM laboratories and expert institutions  for specialised services

Desk Assignments

Functions

Operations Desk

Resident Dy. Collector

A.  Response Action for

v      Rescue and evacuation

v      Emergency transport for the seriously injured at the earliest possible time

v      Emergency supplies of water and cooked food

v      Salvage Operations

v      Disposal of dead

v      Transfer of marooned persons to transit camps at the earliest possible time

v      Within shortest possible time  for  marooned persons, water, medicines, first-aid, cooked food

v      Transit camps (in accordance with standards laid down) to be set-up at the earliest

v      Food Distribution Centres (in accordance to the Checklist) to be set-up at the earliest

B. Implement  procurement/purchase/hire/requisition plans    of materials  available at the district level. 

C. Establishing communication links

v      EOC

v      Office of Divisional Commissioner

v      Police, Railways, Fire Brigade, Defence Services, Civil Defence,  FCI, CISF, CPWD, PWD, MSEB, Irrigation, MWSSB, RTO, MPCB, IMD, and Inter-departmental relief activities within the district.

v      Mutual Aid and Response Group

v      NGOs and NGO coordinating committee

v      Private donors

D.  Reporting

v      Dispatch of Preliminary Information Report and Action Taken Report to Emergency Operations Centre and  Divisional Commissioner.

v      Dispatch of all  information and any other as asked for by  Emergency Operations Centre and  Divisional Commissioner.

v      Report to Emergency Operations Centre and  Divisional Commissioner on deployment and reinforcements of staff and resources.

v      Identify specific items for follow-up actions on the directives of the District Disaster Manager

E. Supervision and Monitoring of disaster management and relief activities within the district

F. Market Intervention

v      Promote and encourage revitalisation of local economic activities for speedy recovery

v      Prevent hoarding, price hiking and corruption and unauthorised sale of relief materials

v      Initiate  legal action on those engaged in  hoarding, price hiking, corruption and unauthorised sale of relief materials

G. General

v      Disseminate details about legal and official procedures, eligibility criteria with respect to relief and compensation for loss of life, injuries, livestock, crop, houses,  required to be adopted, as received from EOC

v      Maintenance of records (date of joining, period of service, leave record, overtime, etc) for all the persons deployed for relief work within the district

v      Obtaining orders, instructions, clearances, clarifications from state and divisional headquarters

v      Ensure implementation of orders, instructions,  from EOC and divisional headquarters at the disaster site.

v      Requisition of accommodation, structure, vehicles and equipment for relief duty

v      Issue of passes and identification stickers for vehicles on relief duty

v      Issue of passes and identity cards to relief personnel including the persons from NGOs

v      Sanctioning expenses for reimbursement with the approval of the District Disaster Manager (DDM).

Services Desk

Dy. Collector

A. A. Assess

v      Search and rescue requirements as per information

v      Relief requirements as per information

B. Organise and coordinate

v      Relief camps (in accordance with standards laid down) to be set-up

v      Arrangements for dry rations and family kits for cooking

v      Cattle camps

v      Relief supplies to Transit and Relief camps or to  Site Operations Centre.

v      Supplies  of fodder and cattle-feed to cattle camps

v      Supply of seeds, agriculture inputs and services to Site Operations Centre.

v      Welfare Services

v      law and  order  (e.g., prevent looting and theft)

C. Coordinate NGO activities through necessary support to ensure community participation

v      Establishing coordination mechanisms among district level NGOs and other state level NGOs such as Indian Red Cross, Ramakrishna Mission, Bharat Sevashram,  Swami Narayan Trust, Bharatiya Jain Sanghatna,  OXFAM, CARE, CASA, CARITAS

v      identification of NGOs to serve on committees,  task force

v      assign  well-defined  area of operations and report to EOC

v      assigning specific response functions to specialised NGOs and report to EOC

v      reporting upon procurement and disbursement of relief materials received through government and non-government channels

v      Mobilise and coordinate work of volunteers ensuring  community participation

    

Infrastructure  Desk

Executive Engineer, PWD,

A. Organise and coordinate clearance of  debris

B. Temporary Repairs to  damaged infrastructure

v      power

v      water

v      transport

v      telecommunication

v      roads

v      bridges

v      canals

v      public buildings

C. Construction of Facilities

v      shelters with sanitation and recreation facilities

v      provision of hand-pumps and borewells

v      temporary structures for storage

v      educational facilities

v      medical facilities

v      postal facility

v      helipads

Health Desk

D.H.O., Z.P.

A. Organise  and maintain records on

v      treatment of the injured and sick

v      preventive medicine and anti-epidemic actions

v      disposal of dead bodies

v      disposal of carcasses

v      Reports  on  food, water supplies, sanitation and disposal   of waste

B. Assess, supply and supervise

v      Medical relief for the injured

v      Number of ambulances required and hospitals where they could be sent, (public and private);

v      Medical equipment and medicines required

v      special information required regarding treatment as for epidemics etc.

C. Supervision of maintenance of standards

v      Identification of source for supply of drinking water through tankers and other means of transport

v      transit and relief camps for cooking arrangements, sanitation, water supply, disposal of waste, water stagnation and health services.

v      Communities for storage of rations, sanitation, water supply, disposal of waste, water stagnation and health services.

v      standards in cattle camps with arrangements for water, fodder, disposal of solid waste, veterinary services

Logistics Desk

A. General

v      Assessment of  reinforcement needs including manpower and deployment of resources  as per information (formats given)

v      Requirement, availability and location of depots, and transportation of wood to the locations for mass cremation

v      Identification of location where mass cremation/burial can be carried out and Manpower and transport that would be required for this work;

v      Identification of location where carcasses can be disposed of  and Manpower and transport that would be required for this work;

v      Requesting for additional resources from other districts/divisional headquarters/EOC.

v      Arrangements with petrol pumps for supply of fuel for authorised relief vehicles against credit coupons

v      Coordinating and supervising issuing of  Village relief tickets to affected families

v      Ensuring safe storage, and transport of relief Supplies

v      Coordinate supplies distributed directly by NGOs and other organisations including private donors

v      Ensure proper maintenance of vehicles and equipment

B. Coordination of  Transport with

v      railways

v      MSRTC

v      Private transporters

v      Boat Operators

v      State Government Aircrafts

v      State Government Helicopters

C. Organising Transport for

v      Rescue parties

v      Relief Personnel

v      Marooned persons

v      Water, medicines, first aid and  cooked food for marooned persons

v      Volunteers

v      Relief Materials

v      Seriously injured and Sick

Agriculture Desk

Principal Agriculture officer

Phone  (O),  (R)

Organise and coordinate

v      Rehabilitation of  agricultural production

v      Ensuring  interim crop production through supply of seeds and other inputs

v      Services of extension staff

Communication and Information Management Desk (Communication Room)

District Information Officer

A. Set-up  an information centre in DCR to organise sharing of information with mass media and  community

B. Monitor disaster warnings and weather conditions in coordination with and on the advise of

v      IMD,  Irrigation, MERI, Industries

C.  C. General

v      Send Out-Messages on behalf of DDM

v      Maintaining  In-Message, Out-Message Register

v      Collect information from Site Operations Centre

v      Organise  information for  EOC and information on demand from Divisional Commissioner/EOC.

v      Serve as data bank required for managing operational aspects of disaster situations

D. Keep  readily available all the information contained in DDMAP, including

v      Office and residence telephone numbers, fax numbers, and mobile numbers where applicable of Chief Secretary and other Secretaries including Divisional Commissioner

v      Phone numbers, names, addresses and pager numbers where applicable of the officers and staff of the district and Emergency Operations Centre

v      List of people  on the spot who can organise and co-ordinate the relief activities,

v      Phone numbers, fax numbers, wireless, etc. of the other control rooms;

v      Phone numbers, names, and addresses of the field officers

v      Phone numbers, names, and addresses Non-officials (like MPs, MLAS, and Corporators) in the District

v      Planning Information required including maps incorporated in DDMAP 

v      Disaster Site Map and indications on  extent to which other areas may be affected, etc. 

v      Information regarding alternate routes, water sources, layout of essential services which may be affected, etc.

Resources  Desk

Accounts Officer, Collectorate

A. Maintenance of

v      Books of account for all cash receipts according to source of funding

v      Books of accounts for all cash disbursements according to source of funding

v      Stock register for all relief materials

v      Issue register for all relief materials

v      Dead stock register for all non-consumables (inventory)

v      Record of all personnel payment on TA&DA, daily wages and other incidentals made to relief personnel.

v      Records of all  expenses incurred on administration and disaster management.

v      Records of all transfer of funds (as advances) to other government departments (suspense account)

v      Records  of all cash vouchers and credit vouchers

v      Records of all gratuitous relief

v      Records of all compensation paid

v      Preparation of records relating to finance and accounts as per the formats for dispatch to Emergency Operations Centre

B. Issuing of receipts for

v      All cash receipts

v      All materials receipt

C. General

v      All payments of  approved expenses, dues, claims, daily wages

v      Reimbursement of expenses approved by administration

v      Issue of cash vouchers and credit vouchers for petrol and diesel


 Role of Divisional Commissioner

On the occurrence of disaster, the Divisional Commissioner will

v      Provide for reinforcement of resources from other districts within the division

v      Keep in constant touch with Chief Secretary, Relief Commissioner, Emergency Operations Centre

Site Operations Centre and Relief Camps

Planning Assumptions

v      A small scale disaster can be managed through Collector’s office without comprehensive desk arrangements at the DCR.

v      A Disaster  affecting

·         a number of villages

·         doing considerable damage to housing               

·         spread geographically over a large area and different locations

Þ     creates problems of management and logistics 

Þ     Decentralisation of relief activities will improve the efficiency of DCR. This will require organisation of desk arrangements at the camp sites.

Þ     Site Operations Centre and location of Relief Camps will ensure effective decentralisation and organisation of relief activities.

 Site Operations Centre

Depending on the nature of disaster and the type of damage, it may be necessary to set-up a number of relief camps and/or cattle camps.

·         In such a situation, the DDM may decide to set-up a Site Operations Centre to reduce the pressure on DCR for field coordination.

·         Depending on the disaster locations and the number of camp sites, the DDM may decide to set-up more than one Site Operations Centre.

·         The Site Operation Centre and the camps would be wound up after the relief and rehabilitation work is called off or after the relief camps and cattle camps are dismantled whichever is later.

·         The activities for the Site Operations Centre are given in Table III.

·         The Site Operations Centre will be managed by Site Manager of the rank of Sub-Divisional Officer/Deputy Collector.

It may be noted that a coordinating structure of this type may have many areas of overlap with the DCR and therefore the activities  need not be duplicated. The basic functions of the Site Operations Centre will be to facilitate communication and coordination between DCR and the camp sites. A skeleton structure as given in Table II should be able to perform these tasks.

 Relief Camps

Relief Camps would be set-up preferably on settlement lines and unless the disaster is a localised phenomenon, the DDM may decide to set-up as many camps as the number of villages affected. Also the size of the camp will be one of the considerations particularly in urban areas to decide on the number. The administrative structure for such relief camps  responsible for direct service to “victims” is given in Table III. Each relief camp will be assigned to a Camp Officer, of the rank of Tahsildar. In some of the disasters, it may be necessary to set-up Feeding centres only for the victims.

The DDM may agree  to assign some such relief camps or feeding centres to willing non-governmental organisations (NGOs) with demonstrated capability and required manpower. However, such camps would also come under coordinating mechanisms established through Site Operations Centre/s or DCR.

Table II

Site Operations Centre 

(at a convenient location from the disaster  site for coordinating site operations)

Activities

A.  Response Action for

v      Rescue and evacuation

v      Salvage Operations

v      Disposal of dead

v      Transit camps (in accordance with standards laid down)

v      Feeding Centres (in accordance to the Checklist) for  two weeks to be set-up at the earliest

v      Emergency supplies of water and cooked food

B.  B. Communication  with

v      Emergency Operations Centre

v      District control room

v      District administration staff in the area

v      Camp Officer for transit camps, relief camps and cattle camps.

v      NGOs and NGO coordinating committee

     C. Communicate to DCR

v      Search and rescue requirements

v      Resource requirements

v      Cash Compensation

v      Receive, store, secure, transport, relief materials for transit, relief and cattle camps, and affected villages.

v      All information  and subsequent demands to district control room

D. Organise

v      Preventive medicine and anti-epidemic actions

v      Inspection of  food, water supplies, sanitation and disposal of waste

Table III

Relief Camps  (Components)

(at a convenient location from the disaster  site for relief )

Desk Assignments

Functions

Operations  Desk A.  Undertake Response Action for

v      Salvage Operations

v      Feeding Centres  for  two weeks to be set-up at the earliest

B.  B. Coordination with

v      Site Operations Centre

v      District Control Room

v      District administration staff in the area

v      NGOs

v      Private donors

C. Manage

v      Dispatch of all information (as per the formats) and subsequent demands to DCR/Site Operations Centre

v      Organise shifts for staff and Supervision of the same

D. General

v      Maintenance of  records (date of joining, period of service, leave record, overtime, etc) for all the persons deployed for relief work at operations centre

v      Get sanction for expenses for reimbursement from the DDM through Site Operations Centre.

Services Desk

A. A. Assess 

v      Resource requirements

B. B. Organise

v      Arrangements for dry rations and family kits for cooking within two weeks of the disaster

v      Relief supplies to families or to  households including water, clothing, and food

C. C. Provide Welfare services

v      Restoration of family (including locating  missing children, relatives, friends) 

v      Assistance in locating missing cattle

v      Assisting students to continue with their studies

v      Services for the orphans

v      Assisting individuals with special needs (pregnant women, infants, handicapped, old, widows etc)

v      Counselling services

v      Promotive services for mental health

Infrastructure  Desk A. Clear debris

B. Mobilise community participation and coordinate building of 

v      shelters for affected people with  sanitation facilities

v      temporary structures for storage

v      Kitchens

v      medical facilities

v      education facility

v      recreational facility

v      postal facility

v      temporary Repairs to  damaged infrastructure   

Health Desk

A. Organise

v      disposal of dead bodies

v      disposal of carcasses

v      disposal of waste and waste water

v      Treatment of the injured and sick

v      Preventive medicine and anti-epidemic actions

v      Inspection of  food, water supplies, sanitation and disposal of waste

Logistics Desk

v      Issue Village relief tickets to affected families

v      Organise distribution of Relief Supplies

v      Receive, store, secure,  relief materials for relief camps, and affected villages.

v      Coordinate supplies distributed directly by NGOs and other organisations including private donors

v      Ensure proper maintenance of vehicles and equipment

v      Ensure optimum utilisation of resources such as fuel, food, and other relief materials

v      Mobilise and coordinate work of volunteers ensuring  community participation

v      Organise facilities for staff and volunteers

Communication and Information Management Desk

Collect and dispatch following information to Site Operations Centre

v      Data collection

v      Record keeping

v      Assistance in locating missing persons

v      Information Centre

v      Organisation  of information for Site Operations Centre  and on specific demands.

v      Maintaining In-Message and Out-Message Register

v      Sending all Out-Messages on behalf of Camp Officer of Relief Camp.

Resources Desk

A. Maintenance of

v      Books of account for all cash receipts 

v      Books of accounts for all cash disbursements

v      Stock register for all relief materials

v      Issue register for all relief materials

v      Dead stock register for all non-consumables (inventory)

v      Record of all personnel payment for daily wages and other incidentals made to relief personnel.

v      Records of all  expenses incurred on administration and disaster management at relief camp.

v      Records of all gratuitous relief

v      Records of all compensation paid

v      Preparation of records relating to finance and accounts as per the formats for dispatch to Site Operations Centre

B. B. General

v      All cash donations must be deposited with District Control Room and a receipt for the same obtained

v      All material donations must be entered in stock register  and made available for inspection to officer from the District Control Room or Site Operations Centre

v      Maintain record of all issue of cash vouchers and credit vouchers for petrol and diesel

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DCR Facilities/Amenities Provided in the

Planning Assumption

v      The Collector’s office has an adjoining Meeting Room, which can accommodate approximately 30-40 people. Hence, this will be used as a Conference  Room.

v      The Communication Room is located next to  the Collector’s office

Layout

The DCR  has

v      adequate space for a large workstation

v      various desk arrangements during  disaster situations. 

The DCR is equipped with

v      necessary furniture and storewells for keeping

Ø           files of messages

Ø           stationery

Ø           other office equipment. 

v      Action Plans including sub-plans and local plans

v      Vulnerability Maps

v      List of key contact persons

[Are easily accessible with clear labels,  and not kept under lock and key]. 

Important phone numbers which are frequently required are displayed on the wall so that they can be seen easily,   while other phone numbers, names and addresses etc., are also  maintained on the computer to facilitate easy retrieval and cross-referencing..

Provision is made for

v      first-aid and other basic medical relief for the staff

v      a rest room with  adequate facilities and

v      a lunch room

[This is required especially during disaster  when staff may have to be on duty for long hours at a stretch].

Communication  Room (Main Message Room)

[The existing police wireless system continues to be in contact with  the reorganised DCR].

In addition, the following facilities are available in the communication  room

v      Telephones

v      Fax

v      Intercom units for contact  within the Collectorate

v      VSAT connection to the Divisional Commissioner and  EOC in Mantralaya 

v      Civil Wireless Network upto Tahsildar level

v      One PC with modem and  printer

v      Mechanical typewriter

v      Mobiles and Pagers (where available and necessary)

v      Photocopying machine

During disaster, hotlines from communication room to be connected to

Ø           Divisional Commissioner

Ø           EOC at Mantralaya

Ø           Superintendent of Police of the district

Ø           Civil Surgeon  of the district

Ø           Site Operations Centre

Separate tables are provided for each communication instruments such as 

v      VSAT

v      telephones

v      fax

v      computer

v      printer

v      typewriter

v      wireless

The phones, i.e. intercom, STD phone, EPBX extension, hotline etc., are of different colours, and with distinct rings if possible, to enable them to be distinguished from each other. An emergency light,  fire extinguishers, and a generator  for the computer and fax machine are also  provided in the communication  room.

Desk Requirements

Each of the desks have

 

v      an independent phone with STD facility

v      intercom units for contact  within the Collectorate  for all Desk Officers  in DCR and  Officers-in-charge from line departments and other agencies  at the district level

v      hotline for all Officers-in-charge to be connected to their respective agencies/departments.

v      Office space for secretarial facility has to be clearly demarcated.

[These telephones with STD facilities will be installed in DCR and kept in working condition under lock and key during normal circumstances].

Transport

Provision is made for a jeep with wireless communication assigned to DCR during normal times. Additional vehicles will be requisitioned as per the requirements during the emergency.

Staffing requirements for DCR

Three categories of staff are suggested for the DCR: Regular Staff for Communication Room,  Staff -on-call and Staff on Disaster Duty.

Regular Staff

The regular staff will be posted permanently in the DCR which will be responsible for manning the Communication  Room on a 24-hour basis.

The regular staff would include the following:

v      Desk  Officer - Communication  Room 

A  Deputy Collector from the Collectorate   will function as the Desk  Officer - Communication Room.  He will be in charge of the day-to-day operation of the Communication Room during official working hours. He will be assisted by officers of the rank of  Naib Tahsildars and Awal Karkuns  from the Collectorate  in rotation during non-working hours.

v      Communication  Room Assistant

The person holding this position will be the key person of the DCR and will be of the rank of an Awal Karkun. He will always be physically present in the Communication  Room.  He will be responsible for processing all messages and information received and maintained by the Communication Room and communicating the same to the Desk Officer and Collector.

v      Stenographer

The person holding this position will provide all secretarial assistance to the Communication Room. The person should be computer literate and should be able to operate  database systems.

v      Communication  operators (for 24 hours)

 

The communication operator will attend to wireless set as well as the VSAT connection in the Communication Room.

v      Driver cum Messenger/Attendant (for 24 hours)

Drivers will be required for the vehicle attached to the DCR and kept on stand-by duty. These drivers should also be trained to operate the wireless fitted in the vehicle attached to the DCR.

Staff-on-call

Staff-on-call will be available for immediate duty in case of a disaster.

Two Deputy Collectors will make up the Staff -on-call.  During a disaster, these officers will always be available "on call".

The staff-on-call will be appointed in rotation from some identified departments.  The rotation period could be of at least a month, to ensure some degree of continuity.

Staff on Disaster Duty

Staff on Disaster Duty will be required to shoulder additional responsibility in the case of a disaster. This, additional staff will be in the nature of a reserve   and may be drawn from various departments.  During normalcy, this staff  will not be called on to perform any duty in the DCR. This staff will be responsible for managing the desk arrangements mentioned earlier.

The departmental officers nominated as “Officer-in-Charge” from the concerned line departments and other agencies will be available in the DCR during the disaster period. 

Departments have appointed the   senior-most District Officer of  the department as “Officer-in-Charge”.

The Collector, Additional Collector, Assistant Collector, Resident Deputy Collector,  all  Deputy Collectors, SDOs and Tahsildars  are familiar with the functioning of DCR.

Officers-in-Charge drawn from various line departments and agencies will be provided orientation through training  programmes to be organised by YASHADA.

Multi-district  Disasters

In case of  disasters which have an impact on more than one district in a division the role of the Divisional Commissioner  comes into prominence . The Commissioner’s responsibilities shall include exercising  general supervision over the work of preparation of contingency plan undertaken by the Collectors in his Division and also on the relief and rehabilitation operations in those districts.

At the Divisional Commissioner’s level all the state departments and agencies have a regional head. It is very practical  for the Divisional Commissioner to seek the support of these regional heads towards the commitment of regional resources to a disaster situation.

For a disaster in more than one district (within or across the division), the role of Divisional Commissioner is to:

v      provide a unified command through inter-district control room

v      ensure need-based  resource allocations amongst districts

v      seek the support of regional heads of line departments for relief

v      Direct and Coordinate in response to requirements from district control room the services  of 

Ø           MSRTC

Ø           State Government  departments

Ø           SRP, CRPF, Home Guards, Coast Guards, CPWD, CISF

Ø           Fire Brigade, Civil Defence

Ø           Telecommunications

v      maintain a close liaison with the EOC

v      seek  policy guidelines, if necessary

v      Mobilise  services of Central/State government laboratories and recognised research centres for specialised services

In such a situation, the Divisional Commissioner  will act

v      as  the Additional Relief Commissioner for the disaster area,

v      his powers will be analogous to that of Relief Commissioner in the EOC.

Ø           will access funds from the State Government for this purpose

Ø           will be assisted by Deputy Commissioner, Revenue in  discharge of disaster

           management functions as is the normal practice.

Ø           will receive the support of other Deputy Commissioners and Assistant Commissioners

        and Line Department Heads.

[The district control rooms would continue to function in their respective districts and perform all the functions as per the DDMAP].

 RESPONSE STRUCTURE

 Planning Assumptions

v      The multi-disaster response plan  takes a generic approach to disaster situations to identify information requirements along with communication, coordination, monitoring and institutional arrangements.

v      The overall response structure remains constant irrespective of the type of disaster.

v      The flow chart  indicate the chain of command that should be set in motion in order to manage the disaster.

 Key Officials of various Departments

Department/Agency

Designation

Phone No.(O)

Phone No. ( R)

Irrigation

Executive Engineer, M.I., Jalna

30436

30665

Police

Superintendent of Police, Jalna

30452

30401

PWD

Executive Engineer, PWD, Jalna

30143

30628

Health

Civil Surgeon, Jalna

DHO, Z.P., Jalna

30381

30307

30250

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Water Supply

Executive Engineer, Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran Division, No. 1, Jalna

30262

----

R.T.O.

ARTO, Jalna

30929

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S.R.P.F. Group XII

S.R.P.F. Group III

Commandant S.R.P.F. Gp. XII

Commandant S.R.P.F. Gp. III

30828

30902

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MSEB

Executive Engineer, M.S.E.B., Jalna

30876

30503

Telecom

Telecom District Engineer, Jalna

31400

31000

Agriculture

Agriculture Development Officer, Z.P. Jalna

30693

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Animal Husbandry

Dist. Animal Husbandry Officer, Jalna

30887

30082

Publicity

Dist. Information Officer, Jalna

30104

30476

Revenue, Officer I/C

Resident Dy. Collector, Jalna

30502

30662

Fire Brigade, Jalna

Chief Officer, M.C. Jalna

30432

30453

Phone numbers and addresses of the office bearers of the above organizations are given in the inventory of resources.

Involvement and Assistance available to Departments from Private Sector/Academic Institutions

 Police Department

Sr. No.

Place

Name of Institutes/College

Name of Contact Person

No. of NCC cadets

Number of NSS Volunteers

01

Jalna

1)      J.E.S. College, Jalna

2)      Mastodari Arts and Commerce College, Mastagad, Jalna

3) Dankunwar Mahila  

    College, Jalna

4) Rashtramata Indira  

  Gandhi College, Jalna

5) Barwale Arts,    Science and Commerce College, Jalna

6)Jalna Social Work College, Shani Temple, Jalna

G. S. Agarwal, Principal,

Tel. No. 32880

H.B. Mundada, Program Officer, NSS Unit.

D. B. Gabhud, Principal,

Tel. No. 33332

B.S. Pimple, Program Officer, NSS Unit

Smt. S.H. Chandorkar, Principal, Tel. No. 33262

V. N. Patil, Program Officer, NSS Unit

Smt. S. V. Tidke, Principal, Tel. No. 37083

R. S. Palve, Program Officer, NSS Unit

Smt. Murugkar, Principal, Tel. No. 32935

P. K. Bhaware, Program Officer, NSS Unit

A. B. Dhadbal, Principal, Tel. No. 30560

106

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225(Sr. College)

100 (Jr. College)

250 (Sr. College)

100 (Jr. College)

125

75

50

50

02

Ambad

1)      Commerce & Arts College, Ta. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

A. V. Hazare, Principal, Tel. No. 41044

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175(Sr. College)

100 (Jr. College)

03

Partur

1)      Lalbahadur Shastri College, Ta. Partur, Dist. Jalna

S. D. Kadam, Principal, Tel. No. 21082

W. R. Vaidya, Program Officer, NSS Unit

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150

04

Mantha

1)      Swami Vivekanand College, Ta. Mantha,  Jalna

Shri Kamble, Principal, Tel. No. 70238

-----

75

05

Jafrabad

1)      Sidhartha Arts & Commerce College, Ta. Jafrabad, Dist. Jalna

Shri Mete, Principal, Tel. No. 22251

R. Vaidya, Program Officer, NSS Unit

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50

06

Bhokardan

1)      Moreshwar Arts & Commerce College, Ta. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

Shri Kalambe, Principal, Tel. No. 44460

Shri Markad, Program Officer, NSS Unit

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75

07

Badnapur

1) Arts, Commerce & Science College, Ta. Badnapur, Dist. Jalna

P. B. Bhaskar, Principal, Tel. No.  --

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50

 Forest Dept.

List of Timber Merchants in Jalna District for firewood during disposal of dead bodies

Sr. No.

Name of Merchant

Address

Phone No.

01

S. Sikandar S. Rajjak

Malipura, Ta. Dist. Jalna

34092

02

Rajesh Nehrulal Chaudhari

Kailash Saw Mill, Lakkadkot, Ta. Dist. Jalna

33593

03

Vishram Patel

Patel Saw Mill, Lakkadkot, Ta. Dist. Jalna

33096

04

Bacchusheth Patel

Umiya Vijay Saw Mill, Ta. Dist. Jalna

31353

Public Works Department

Sr. No.

Areas of Co-operation and assistance available

Names and addresses of contact person and organisation

Resources or type of help available from these organizations/ agencies

Area of operation of these organizations/ agencies

01

Repairs of Roads, Bridges & buildings, Construction of relief Camps, Diversion of Traffic and Clearance of debris, etc.

1)       Shri R. R. Khadke, Govt. Contractor, Single Jean, Old Jalna, Phone No. 34125

2)       Shri K. N. Thakur, Govt. Contractor, Chhatrapati Colony, Old Jalna, Phone No. 33664

3)       Shri M. P. Mehra, Govt. Contractor, Shastri Mohalla, Old Jalna, Phone No. 33095(O), 32230(R)

4)       Shri Sayed Saleem, Behind Dawat Hotel, Mantha Rd. Jalna, Phone No. 31382 (O), 31136 (R)

Vibratory Roller, Tipper, Hot Mix plant, Stone Crusher

J.C.B., Power Roller, Truck, Stone Crusher

Hot mix plant, Power Roller, Truck, Stone Crusher

Stone Crusher, Truck, Power Roller

Jalna, Jafrabad, Ambad, Bhokardan, Badnapur, Ghansawangi, Mantha, Partur.

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Regional Transport Officer

For Good Trucks, Water tankers, fuel tankers and Vans.

1) LIST OF WATER TANKERS

Sr. No.

Name of  Owners, Contact Phone No. and address

01

02

Shri Mishrikotkar, Pritam transport, Jalna

C/o Deepak Motors, Aurangabad-Jalna Rd., Jalna

Phone No.- 30267 (O), 21177(R)

Shri Abdul Hapiz, Old Jalna

Phone No.- 33938 (O), 35604 (R)

2) LIST OF GOODS TRUCKS .

SR.

NO.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name , Designation, Address , Phone , Fax

1

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Ajanta Road Lines , Wear House Road, Jalna. Ph. No. 31286 (Office)

_________________

2

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Andhra -Gujarat Transport Co. , Wear House Road, Jalna. Ph. No. 31864 (Office)

_________________

3

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Andhra- Maharashtra Transport, Jalna. Ph. No. 31564 (O)

_________________

4

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Adarsh Transport, Jalna,

Ph. No. 32157 (O)

_________________

5

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Bombay-Andhra Transport, Near Raj Hotel, Ph. No. 20135 (O)

_________________

6

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Bombay Daily Goods, Behind Raj Hotel. Ph. No. 32834 (O)

_________________

7

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Bombay Gujarat Transport, New Mondha, Jalna. Ph. No. 30281 (O)

_________________

8

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Batco Road Line Corpor. , Behind Raj Hotel, Jalna.

Ph. No. 32995 (O)

_________________

9

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Bholenath Transport, New Mondha, Jalna.

Ph. No. 33178 (O)

_________________

10

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Balaji Transport, Jalna.

Ph. No. 30147 (O)

_________________

11

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Bagai Golden Transport, Jalna.

Ph. No. 22647 (O)

_________________

12

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Carrier Jalna, Near Telephone Exchange, Jalna.

Ph. No. 30597 (O)

_________________

13

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Central India Transport, New Mondha, Jalna.

 Ph. No. 30596 (O)

_________________

14

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Seema Goods Transport, Deolgaon Raja Road, Jalna. Ph. No. 32885 (O)

_________________

SR.

NO.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name , Designation , Address , Phone , Fax

15

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Prakash Goods Transport, New Mondha, Jalna. Ph.No.Off.32353

_________________

16

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, South Eastern Roadways, Subhash Chowk, Jalna. Ph.No.Off22307

_________________

17

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Transport Corporation of India, Sham Lodge, Jalna. Ph.No.Off.30826

_________________

18

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Ganesh Transport, Jalna,Ph.No.Off.32670

_________________

19

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Ghadge Patil Transport, Jalna. Ph.No.Off.30741

_________________

20

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Jalna Motor Transport, Ganesh Oil Mill, Jalna. Ph. No. Off.22665

_________________

21

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Jalna Motor Transport Co., Pitty, Rangar Galli, Jalna. Ph. No. Off.30757

_________________

22

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Janata Transport , Jalna. Ph. No. Off. 22208

_________________

23

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Krishna Golden Transport, Wear House Road, Jalna. Ph.No.Off.33436

_________________

24

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Kirti Transport, Jalna. Ph. No. 30459 (O)

_________________

25

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Laxmi Transport Co. , Near Sham Lodge, Jalna. Ph.No.Off.30490

_________________

26

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Lucky Transport , Pro. Mohammed Iqbal, Jalna. Ph.No.Off.30395

_________________

27

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Mahagujarat Roadways, Wear House Road, Jalna. Ph.No.Off.33369

_________________

28

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Maharashtra Transport, Sarojini Devi Road, Jalna. Ph.No.Off.31624

_________________

SR.NO.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name , Designation , Address , Phone , Fax

29

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Maharashtra Gujarat, Transport Jalna. Ph.No.Off.33369

________

30

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Mange Roadways, Jalna. Ph.No. 30397

________

31

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, New Shakti Roadways, New Mondha, Jalna. Ph. No. Off. 30019

________

32

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, New Balaji Transport, Jalna. Ph. No. Off.30534

________

33

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, New Lucky Transport, Jalna. Ph. No. Off. 30386

________

34

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, New Gajanan, Jalna. Ph. No. Off. 32736

________

35

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Patel Roadways ( Sharma), Jalna Ph. No. Off. 20856

________

36

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Raghoji Motor Good Transport, New Mondha , Jalna. Ph. No. Off. 30271

________

37

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Rahul Transport, Jalna. Ph. No. Off. 21384

________

38

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Roshan Transport, Jalna. Ph. No. Off. 30653

________

39

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Roshan Transport, Kadbi Mandi, Jalna. Ph. No. Off. 22342

________

40

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Roshan Transport, Mondha Road, Jalna. Ph. No. Off. 32534

________

41

Goods Transport

Jalna

Manager, Rajesh Transport, Jalna. Ph. No. Off. 30965

________

For mini-buses and luxury buses.

Sr.

No.

M.V. No.

Name and address of owner

01

MH 21- 5657

Shri Omprakash Ramgopal Attal, R/o. Bajarang Dal Mill, Jalna

02

MH 21 - 5621

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

03

MH 21 - 5623

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

04

MH 21 - 5775

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

05

MH 21 - 5776

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

06

MH 21 - 5870

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

07

MH 21 - 5869

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

08

MH 21 - 5871

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

09

MH 21 - 5868

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

10

MH 21 - 6053

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

11

MH 21 - 6054

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

12

MH 21 - 6123

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

13

MH 21 - 6124

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

14

MH 21 - 5488

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. 1-13-140, Bhavsar Galli, Jalna

15

MH 21 - 5398

Shri Shivratan Gopikishan Bagdiya, R/o. Rajendra Prasad Road, Jalna

16

MH 21 - 5651

Shri Pannalal Shivratan Bagadiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

17

MH 21 - 6051

Shri Pannalal Shivratan Bagadiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

18

MH 21 - 5502

Shri Pannalal Shivratan Bagadiya, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

19

MH 21 - 5650

Smt. Jamunabai Shivratan Bagadiya R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

20

MH 21 - 6052

Smt. Jamunabai Shivratan Bagadiya R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

21

MH 21 - 5497

Smt. Jamunabai Shivratan Bagadiya R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

22

MH 21 - 5633

Shri Rajendra Satyanarayan Bharuka, R/o. Sunil Automobiles Jamwadi Ta. Jalna

23

MH 21 - 5755

Shri Rajendra Satyanarayan Bharuka, R/o. Sunil Automobiles Jamwadi Ta. Jalna

24

MH 21 - 5744

Shri Rajendra Satyanarayan Bharuka, R/o. Sunil Automobiles Jamwadi Ta. Jalna

25

MH 21 - 5866

Shri Rajendra Satyanarayan Bharuka, R/o. Sunil Automobiles Jamwadi Ta. Jalna

26

MH 21 - 5800

Shri Dinesh Satyanarayan Bharuka, R/o. Ajanta Nagar, Murgi talab, Jalna

27

MH 21 - 5799

Shri Dinesh Satyanarayan Bharuka, R/o. Ajanta Nagar, Murgi talab, Jalna

28

MH 21 - 5511

Shri Satyanarayan Radhakishan Bharuka, R/o. Naya Bazar, Jalna

29

MH 21 - 5522

Shri Satyanarayan Radhakishan Bharuka, R/o. Naya Bazar, Jalna

30

MH 21 - 6077

Shri Ganesh Satyanarayan Bharuka, R/o. Panshendra, Ta. Dist. Jalna

31

MH 21 - 6088

Shri Ganesh Satyanarayan Bharuka, R/o. Panshendra, Ta. Dist. Jalna

32

MH 21 - 6111

Shri Ganesh Satyanarayan Bharuka, R/o. Panshendra, Ta. Dist. Jalna

33

MH 21 - 5699

Shri C. Kadar Mohmed, R/o. Selgaon Ta. Badnapur, Dist. Jalna

34

MH 21 - 5648

Smt. Gangabai Maruti Gaikwad, R/o. Police Head Quarter, S.No. 488, Jalna

35

MH 21 - 5757

Shri Eknathrao Narayanrao Bhagat, R/o. Par Janephal Ta. Jafrabad, Dist. Jalna

36

MH 21 - 5656

Shri Bajarang Madhavrao Birajdar, R/o. Dinesh Building, Mantha Rd. Jalna

37

MH 21 - 5647

Shri Bajarang Madhavrao Birajdar, R/o. Dinesh Building, Mantha Rd. Jalna

38

MH 21 - 5900

Mrs. Jyoti Prakash Suryawanshi, R/o. Panshendra, Ta. Dist. Jalna

39

MH 21 - 5907

Shri Sanjay Eknathrao Bhagat, R/o. Panshendra, Ta. Dist. Jalna

40

MH 21 - 5919

Shri Shivsingh Hirasingh Rajput, R/o. Khamgaon Ta. Badnapur, Jalna

41

MH 21 - 5430

Shri Anil Radhakishan Pathak, R/o. Arub Mohalla, Ta. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

42

MH 21 - 6121

Shri Anil Radhakishan Pathak, R/o. Arub Mohalla, Ta. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

43

MH 21 - 5555

Smt. Seema Naaz  Akbar Gani, R/o. Anand Swami Mohalla, Ta. Dist. Jalna

44

MH 21 - 5599

Smt. Seema Naaz  Akbar Gani, R/o. Anand Swami Mohalla, Ta. Dist. Jalna

45

MH 21 - 6219

Shri Rahulkumar Sharad Mishrikotkar, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

46

MH 21 - 6319

Shri Rahulkumar Sharad Mishrikotkar, R/o. Deomurti, Ta. Dist. Jalna

47

MH 21 - 5571

Smt. Seema Taramuiya Faruque Kamal, R/o. Anad Swami Mohalla, Ta.Dist. Jalna

48

MH 21 - 5519

Smt. Seema Taramuiya Faruque Kamal, R/o. Anad Swami Mohalla, Ta.Dist. Jalna

49

MH 21 - 6151

Shri Udaysingh Ramsingh Rajput, R/o. Khadarpari, Ta. Ghansawangi, Dist. Jalna

50

MH 21 - 5600

Shri M.W. Mishrikotkar, R/o. Ware House Rd., Ta. Dist. Jalna

51

MH 21 - 5573

Shri Sk. Azam Sk. Shabir, R/o. Sheoli, Ta. Dist. Jalna

Health Department

Names  of Private Doctors/ Hospitals in District Jalna with contact details are given below

Sr. No.

Name of Doctor/ Hospitals

Speciality

Address

Phone No.

No. of Beds

01

Dr. Mrs. K.S. Rakh

General

Town Hall, Ta. Dist. Jalna,

31674

10

02

Dr. Mrs. Anita Rakh

Gynaecologist

-------“-------

30504

10

03

Dr. Mrs. Deepika Thatte

-------“-------

Double Jeen, Old Jalna

33995

20

04

Dr. Mrs. Aruna Bhale

-------“-------

Madhuban Colony, Railway Stn. Rd., Ta. Dist. Jalna

35358

10

05

Dr. Mrs. Kandlikar

-------“-------

Bhokardan Naka, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30374

10

06

Dr. Mrs. Kalamkar

-------“-------

Kadrabad, Ta. Dist. Jalna

31835

20

07

Dr. Pakalnikar

-------“-------

Mangal Bazar, Ta. Dist. Jalna

32597

10

08

Dr. Patankar

-------“-------

Shivaji Putala, Ta. Dist.  Jalna

30825

10

09

Dr. S.S. Maniyar

Heart Specialist & Gynaecologist

-------“-------

30537

15

10

Dr. O. M. Agarwal

General

Near Amarchhaya Talkies, Ta. Dist.  Jalna

30905

20

11

Dr. Mahendra Karwa

Gynaecologist

Badisadak, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30187

25

12

Dr. S. G. Joshi

Gynaecologist

Near Amarchhaya Talkies,Ta. Dist.  Jalna

30885

30

13

Dr. A. D. Mantri

Surgeon

Badisadak, Ta. Dist. Jalna

33020,33431

20

14

Dr. Mangala Golechha

Gynaecologist

Sambhaji nagar, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30105

15

15

Dr. Rajendra Karwa

Surgeon

Badisadak, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30004

20

16

Dr. Rayattha

Physician & Gynaecologist

Rahemanganj, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30320

10

17

Dr. G.M. Kshirsagar

General Physician

Badisadak, Ta. Dist. Jalna

33173

20

18

Dr. Mrs. R. G. Gurunani

Gynaecologist

Rahemanganj, Ta. Dist. Jalna

34582

10

19

Dr. A. G. Deshpande

-------“-------

Near Santoshi Mata Temple, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30035

15

20

Dr. P. D. Bhadre

-------“-------

Near S. B. High School, Ta. Dist. Jalna

32274,30034

15

21

Dr. J.B. Chavan

E. N. S.

Near S. B. High School, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30884

10

22

Dr. P. S. Dhanure

General Physician

Near Kadrabad, Ta. Dist. Jalna

34032

10

23

Dr. Shirke

General

Physician

Ambad Naka, Ta. Dist.  Jalna

-

10

24

Dr. B. R. Kulkarni

Surgeon & Gynaecologist

Badisadak, Ta. Dist. Jalna

32344

20

25

Dr. N. M. Sheikh

Gynaecologist

Ta. Badnapur, Dist. Jalna

61008

20

26

Dr. Bhise

General Physician

Ta. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

-

15

27

Dr. Bahekar

General

Physician

Ta. Partur, Dist. Jalna

-

15

28

Dr. Bhala

Paediatrics

Near Amarchhaya Talkies, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30323

20

29

Dr. Samdani

Paediatrics

New Mondha, Ta. Dist. Jalna

32604,30190

30

30

Dr. Gadiya

Orthopaedic

Bhokardan Naka, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30496

30

31

Dr. Jinturkar

Orthopaedic

Shivaji Putala, Ta. Dist. Jalna

33398,32998

15

32

Dr. Gajendragadkar

E. N. S.

Sarafa Nagar, Old Jalna, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30854

15

33

Dr. Maniyar

E. N. S.

Ambika Market, Ta. Dist. Jalna

31161

05

34

Dr. Goyal

Orthopaedic

Near Jawahar Garden, Ta. Dist. Jalna

32929

20

35

Dr. Sanjay Ambekar

Physician

Shri Colony, Ta. Dist. Jalna

31828

15

36

Dr. Golechha

Physician

Sambhaji Nagar, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30105

10

37

Dr. Dhankani

Heart specialist

Karwanagar, Ta. Dist. Jalna

32244

10

38

Dr. Aradhye

Physician

Karwanagar, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30371

15

39

Dr. Rayattha

Heart specialist

Modikhana, Ta. Dist. Jalna

-

20

40

Dr. Suresh Maniyar

Heart specialist

Shivaji Putala, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30537

10

41

Dr. M. U. Kulkarni

Heart specialist

Income Tax colony, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30830

15

42

Dr. Kandlikar

Physician

Railway Stn. Rd., Ta. Dist. Jalna

30374

10

43

Dr. Sharad Deshpande

Surgeon

Near Santoshi Mata Temple, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30718

20

44

Dr. Mrs. Anita Ambekar

Surgeon

Shri colony, Ta. Dist. Jalna

31828

20

45

Dr. Misal

Surgeon

Near Shani Temple, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30622

25

46

Dr. Samina Amjad Khan

Gynaecologist

Town Hall, Ta. Dist. Jalna

31142

20

47

Dr. Gaikwad

Eye specialist.

Nariman Rd., Ta. Dist. Jalna

-

05

48

Dr. Mundada

Eye specialist

Badisadak, Ta. Dist. Jalna

30342

10

49

Dr. Saraswat

General Physician

Mama Chauk, Ta. Dist. Jalna

32090

20

50

Dr. Taurawala

Paediatrics

Badisadak, Ta. Dist. Jalna

34540

15

51

Mission Hospital

General Physicians

Jhansi Rani Rd., Ta. Dist. Jalna

30149,30481

320

52

Ganpati Netralaya

Eye specialist

-------“-------

32828

125

53

Dr. Ambekar

Eye specialist

-------“-------

30118

25

54

Dr. Bhartiya

Paediatrics

Raheman Ganj, Ta. Dist. Jalna

33291,32261

30

55

Dr. Sachdeva

Paediatrics

Near Shetkari Nivas, Ta. Dist. Jalna

34234,30934

50

56

Dr. Runwal

Orthopaedic

Sambhaji Nagar, Ta. Dist. Jalna

33064

20

 Animal Husbandry

List of Veterinary Institutions in Jalna District

Name of

 Tahsil

Vety. Polyclinic

 

DAIC

V.D. Gr.I

V.D. Gr. II

A.I. Sub Centre

Mobile Vety.

1) Jalna

Jalna

Jalna

1. Ner

2. Seoli

3. Pir Kalyan

4.Golapangri

1. Karla

2. Pachan

   Wadgaon

3. D. Kalegaon

4. B. Umred

1. Ramnagar

2. Revgaon

3. Samangaon

4. Waghrul

5. C. Putali

6. Manegaon

7. Nava

8. Jamwadi

9. Pir Pimpalgaon

 

Nil

2) Badnapur

Nil

Nil

1. Badnapur

2. Chikali

3. Wakulni

1. Saigon

1. Georai Bazar

2. Seigaon

3. Bawne Pangri

3. Chanegaon

1.Badnapur

3) Ambad

Nil

Nil

1. Ambad

2. Sukhapuri

3. Wadigodri

4. Jamkhed

1. Ek Lahara

2. Karjat

3. Nalewadi

4. Patharwala

5. Roholagad

6. Tadhatgaon

1. Antarwali Sev

2. Dhangar Pimpri

3. S. Pimplagaon

4. Shahagad

5. Dongaon

6. Chinchked

Nil

4)Ghansawangi

Nil

Nil

1. Ghansawangi

2. Kumbhar Pimpalgaon

3. Ranjani

4. Tirthapuri

1. Antarwalitembi

2. Khadaka

3. Raniunchegaon

Nil

-----

5) Bhokardan

Nil

Nil

1. Bhokardan

2. Nalni

3. Anwa

4. Paradh

5. Hasanabad

1. Talegaon

2. Varud Bk.

3. Jalangaon Sapkal

4. Ch .Teple

1. Walsawangi

2. Dhawada

3. Danapur

4. Kedarkheda

5. Sipora

6. Awhana

Nil

06) Jafrabad

Nil

Nil

1. Jafrabad

2. Tembhurni

3. Mahora

4. Khasgaon

1. Varud

2. Sawargaonmaske

3. Bharj

4. Siporambhora

Nil

----

07) Partur

Nil

Nil

1. Partur

2. Ashti

3. Sarona

1. Khandwi

2. Shrishti

3. Patoda Maw.

1. Rohina

Nil

08) Mantha

Nil

Nil

1. Mantha

2. Jaipur

3. Uswad

4. Pangriwayal

1. Pewa

1. Akhni

2. Kendan

3. Pangri Gosawi

4. Dhoksal

5 Deogoan

6. Dahiphal

7. Patoda

8. Helas

9. Watur

10.Talni

11. Widoli

Nil

 

Sanctioned posts on veterinary institutions:-

1)      Veterinary Polyclinic Asst. Director of A.H. (1 No.) ,Livestock Development Officer,(No.4), A.L.D.O (No.1)

2)      Veterinary Dispensary G.I.- Livestock Development Officer,

3)      Veterinary Dispensary G.-II- Assistant Livestock Development Officer/ Livestock  Supervisor.

4)      A.I. Sub-centre –Live stock  supervisor

5)      Mobile  Veterinary Dispensary-Livestock Development Officer.

6)      District A.I. Center –Assistant Director of Animal Husbandry.

 Agriculture Department

List of Wholesalers of Seeds/Fertilizer/Pest Control

Sr. No.

Name of Tahsil

Name of village

Wholesalers of Seeds/Fertilizer/

Pest Control

01

Jalna

1.      Jalna

2.      Ner

3.      Ramnagar

1.      Santosh Beez Bhandar

2.      Relumal and Sons

3.      Vasudhara Agro Agency

4.      Namrata Fertilizers

5.      Pragat Shetkari Kendra

6.      Harit Kranti Kendra

7.      Maharashtra Hybrid Seeds Company

8.      Krishidhan Seeds

1.      Bhagyashri Krishi Seva Kendra

2.      Ganesh Krishi Seva Kendra

1.      Rahul Traders

2.      Union Krishak Sahakari Society

02

Badnapur

1.      Badnapur

2. Dabhadi

1.   Sachin Agency

2.      Vijay Krishi Seva Kendra

3.      Dudhani Agro Traders

1.      Maharashtra Krishi Seva Kendra

2.      Gajanan Krishi Seva Kendra

03

Bhokardan

1.      Bhokardan

2.      Rajur

3.      Hasanabad

4.      Pimpalgaon (R)

5.      Paradh (B)

6.      Dhawda

1.   Gautamchand Sanjaykumar Jain

2.   Sangeeta Agency

3.   Mangal Shetkari Kendra

1.      Maharashtra Krishi Seva Kendra

2.      Sandeep Krishi Seva Kendra

1.      Patil Krishi Seva Kendra

1.   Rajendra Krishi Seva Kendra

1.      Shetkari Krishi Seva Kendra

1.   Prakash Krishi Seva Kendra

04

Jafrabad

1.      Jafrabad

2.      Mahora

3.      Tembhurni

4.      Warud

1.   Khandelwal Krishi Seva Kendra

2.      Shri Balaji Krishi Seva Kendra 

1.      Shri Agency

1.      Ganesh Krishi Seva Kendra

1.   Pragat Krishi Seva Kendra

05

Ambad

1.      Ambad

2.      Shahagad

3.      Jamkhed

4.      Wadigodri

1.   Godavari Seeds Company

2.      Sanjay Agro Traders

3.      Rathi Agro Traders

1.      Maharashtra Krishi Seva Kendra

1.      Yoga Yog Krishi Seva Kendra

1.   Mahesh Krishi Seva Kendra

06

Ghansawangi

1.      Ghansawangi

2.      Tirthpuri

3.   K. Pimpalgaon

1.      Bhosle Krishi Seva Kendra

1.      Bharat Krishi Seva Kendra

1.   Bajaj Krishi Seva Kendra

07

Mantha

1.      Mantha

2.      Talani

3.  Jaypur

1.      Vyankatesh Seeds

2.      Vijay Krishi Seva Kendra

1.      Sadguru Swami Samartha Krishi Seva Kendra

1.   Kakde Krishi Seva Kendra

08

Partur

1.      Partur

2.      Waturfata

3.      Satona

4. Ashti

1.   Sanjay Fertilizers Agency

2.   Soni Agency

1.      Vijay Fertilizers

1.      Vijay Agency

1.      Patil Fertilizers

2.      Ganesh Krishi Seva Kendra

 District Information Officer

Daily Newspapers in Jalna District

Sr. No.

Name of News Paper

Name of Editor and Address

Phone Number

01

Daily Andolan, Jalna

Mr. Dnyandev Paygavane, Station Road, Jalna

32757(O), 31751(R)

02

Daily Ramvichar, Jalna

Mr. Laxman Paygavane, Mastagad, Mammadevi Chauk, Jalna

32766(O), 32788(R)

03

Daily Anibani, Jalna

Mr. Uday Patwari, Phul Bazar, Jalna

32423(O), 32204(R)

04

Daily Asantosh, Jalna

Mr. Shashikant Patwari College Rd., Jalna

32453(O), 32112(R)

05

Daily Jalna Darshan, Jalna

Mr. Laxman Raut, Malipura, Jalna

31765(O), 32653(R)

06

Daily Matsodari, Jalna

Mr. Ramesh Khot, 30, Chhatrapati Colony, Jalna

31984(O)

07

Daily Duniyadari, Jalna

Mr. Bharat Dhapate, Lakkadkot, Jalna

35030(O), 32593(R)

08

Daily Pukar, Jalna

Mr. Shaikh Mehmood, Darga Road, Jalna

31478(O), 32818(R)

09

Daily Sanj Krishaniti, Jalna

Mr. Sanjay Bhartiya, Modikhana, Jalna

31750(O), 34044(R)

10

Daily Parshwabhumi, Jalna

Mr. Dilip Rathi, Modikhana, Jalna

34740(O)

11

Daily Namantar, Jalna

Mr. Subhash Bhalerao, Ekta Bhuvan, Malipura, Jalna

32866(O)

12

Daily Marathwadasathi, Jalna

Mr. Mohanlal Biyani, Ashok Plaza Complex, Jalna

33200(O)

13

Weekly Mass Hero, Jalna

Mr Digamber Gaikwad, Rachna Printers, Bus Stand Rd., Jalna

34295(O)

14

Weekly Matsodari, Jalna

Mrs. Nila Ramesh Khot, 30,

31984(O)

15

Weekly Tarun Pudhari, Jalna

Mr. Abdul Hasan, Malipura, Jalna

30266(O)

16

Weekly Mukt Vichar, Jalna

Mr. Ramesh Patil, Shri Colony, Jalna

34370(O)

17

Weekly Takrar, Jalna

Mr. Santosh Bhalerao, Double Jeen, Jalna

32463 (O)

18

Weekly Jantecha Kaul, Jalna

Mr. Ratankumar Jaiswal, Ramnagar, Jalna

---

19

Weekly Durga Wartapatra

Mr. Vilas Khanapure, Anandswami Galli, Jalna

31370 (R)

20

Weekly Janakpur Patrika, Jalna

Mr. Omprakash Shinde, Jawaharbag, Jalna

32469(R)

21

Weekly Lokahawal, Jalna

Mr. Surendra Jaiswal, Hirakhan Chal, Jalna

----

22

Weekly Phatkebaz, Jalna

Mr. S. M. Bhambe, Vidyut Colony, Jalna

32150

23

Weekly Janta Kare Pukar, Jalna

Mr. Paras Nand, M. G. Rd., Jalna

32583

24

Weekly Three Hundred Six, Jalna

Mr. Santosh Dabbadwar, Ramnagar Colony, Jalna

----

25

Weekly Bharbharat, Jalna

Mr. Kishan Lohate, Shivaji Rd., Jalna

----

26

Weekly Aple Vichar, Jalna

Mr. Champalal Bhagat, Machhali Khadak, Dana Bazar, Jalna

33268

27

Weekly Radhika Samachar, Jalna

Mr. Lakshaminarayan Gaud, Priyadarshini Colony, Jalna

33491

28

Weekly Damdar, Jalna

Mr. Alamkhan Pathan, Main Rd., Jalna

----

29

Weekly Jalna Vishal, Jalna

Mr. Rajendra Abad, Kadrabad, Jalna

31104

30

Weekly Hanuman Times, Jalna

Mr. Nandlal Batheja, Mama Chauk, Jalna

----

31

Weekly Marathwada Lokprashna, Jalna

Mr. Abhaykumar Yadav, Rahemanganj, Jalna

33077

32

Weekly Parkhad Vichar, Jalna

Mr. Avinash Nagare, Rangargalli, Kadrabad, Jalna

32097

33

Weekly Jalna Parivartan, Jalna

Mrs. Mangala Paygavane, Mastagad, Jalna

32766

34

Weekly Jalna Parisar, Jalna

Mr. Laxman Paygavane, Mastagad, Jalna

32766

 
Earthquakes

 Planning Assumptions

Earthquakes have large spatial and temporal impacts. Resource requirements are both  intensive and extensive for management of earthquakes, in terms of  the number of agencies involved and the nature of coordination required.

 Lead Agencies

v      The lead  agencies involved in the management of earthquakes are revenue, police,  fire, and medical services.

v      Due to extensive damage to infrastructure, the Telecommunication, MSEB, MWSSB and Public Works Departments play an important role in the management of this disaster.

v      As a result of earthquakes, floods and epidemics can also occur.  Therefore stress is laid on measures taken to ensure coordination with health and irrigation departments. 

Nature of Damages

The impact of earthquakes differs for urban and rural areas, primarily because of the nature of infrastructure, quality of housing and occupational differences. In rural areas, it is primarily the housing and physical structures (including irrigation infrastructure) which may suffer extensive damage, without necessarily destroying the crops.

In urban areas, in addition to housing and physical infrastructures, it may also disturb the service infrastructure such as water supply, sewage, telephones, electricity etc., which are essentially underground installations and hence exposed to a direct impact.

Possible Impacts

v      Effects on Individual

Ø           Loss of Life

Ø           Injuries demanding surgical  needs

Ø           Family disruption

Specific demands raised or required 

Ø            Orthopedic surgery and fractures needing treatment

Ø            Individuals trapped under debris need to be located and rescued which calls for not only earth moving equipment, but the services of sniffer dogs.

Ø            Expertise of fire brigade and defence services may be essential in the rescue operations.

Ø            In case of separation of family members information counters  play an important role.

Ø            In case of family disruption resulting from death of major earner, economic rehabilitation of the family may have to be planned as a long-term strategy.

Ø            Loss of life, property and livestock may require damage assessment procedures to avoid litigation and delays in gratuitous relief and compensation.

v      Damage caused

Ø           Houses                                                                                                                  

Ø           Personal Belongings                                                                                                                

Ø           Livestock                     

Specific demands raised or required

                                                                                                                          

Ø            Partially damaged houses needs technical inspection to decide the habitation worthiness and the extent of repairs required.

Ø            Certain partially damaged houses may require demolition.

Ø            As far as possible, reconstruction will take place on the same sites to avoid delays, secure cultural continuity and avoid costly land purchase. In extreme situations,  new sites for resettlement may have to be identified when removal of rubble and debris is non-viable.

Ø            Salvaging personal belongings from the debris needs clearance from technical personnel to ensure safety of persons engaged.

Ø            As far as possible, family members only will be permitted to salvage their individual family belongings.

v      Damage to infrastructure resulting in disruption of services                                                                                                              

Ø           Buildings

Ø           Dams                                                                                                                    

Ø           Bridges                                                                                                                  

Ø           Road Surface and Rail Lines                                                                                                              

Ø           Power Stations                                                                                                                         

Ø           Water pipelines and water tanks                                                                                                                    

Ø           Sewer lines                                                                                                                               

Ø           Underground Cables                                                                                                                

Specific demands raised or required

Ø            Care needs to be taken to ensure that all electrical supplies to damaged area are disconnected promptly by MSEB.

Ø            Underground cables need thorough inspection before power is restored.

Ø            Breaches or cracks in the dam need Irrigation Department to secure the breaches or grouting the cracks.

Ø            In case of damage to bridges, relief operations may require temporary bridges which can be put up with the assistance of army.

Ø            Certain roads needing resurfacing will need immediate action from PWD.

Ø            MWSSB in consultations with health authorities should restore  existing water supply with necessary repairs. This may call for replacement of pipelines or arrangements for storage in portable PVC water tanks.

Ø            In some cases, restoration of existing water supply may be time-consuming and therefore water tankers may have to be pressed into service.

Ø            Identification of nearby water sources and checking water’s  potability  may also be required.

Ø            Damage to sewer lines is to be looked into. Alternate arrangements by way of temporary latrines (technical details given on Pg. No ) may have to be constructed.

Ø            Extensive damage to residential buildings resulting in disruption of telecommunication facilities requires provision/installation of public telephones (PCO) to facilitate communication.

Ø            Damage to hospital, school buildings and other public facilities may disrupt the services. In such a case restoration of services through temporary arrangements is the first priority.

Ø            PWD may have to take repairs or reconstruction of such public facilities on a priority basis.

v      Environmental Effects                                                                                                                

Ø           Alteration in river and stream flow

Ø           Liquefaction                                                                                                                              

Specific demands raised or required

Ø            Areas indicating signs of liquefaction should be declared out of bounds and strict vigil should be kept by police to prohibit  trespassing.

Ø            Foundations of the building in the area prone to liquefaction need technical assessment.

Ø            Alteration in river and stream flow particularly when it covers a settlement create immediate demands for evacuation and relief till such time that the areas for new settlement identified and rehabilitation works are executed.

v      Economic and Social consequences                                                                                                              

Ø           Loss of livelihood                                                                                                                      

Ø           Disruption of market and Loss in production                                                                                                  

Ø           Migration                                                                                                                                   

Ø           Disruption of social structure including breakdown of social order and organisations                                                                                         

Ø           Law and order problem                                                                                                                       

Ø           Psychological after-effects such as individual trauma and depression                                                                                                 

Specific demands raised or required

In addition to immediate relief requirements for effective and early recovery process, checking migration

Ø            restoration of production units, and employment avenues

Ø            provision of individual counselling and community counselling

Ø            Reconstruction of social structures and organisation of community requires participation of non-governmental organisations.  District administration must invite or co-opt voluntary agencies to ensure this aspect.

Ø            For combating depression, engage people in all possible activities related to relief and rehabilitation through a deliberate strategy of community participation.

v      Secondary effects                                                                                                                       

Ø           Fires                                                                                                                      

Ø           Rains                                                                                                                     

Ø           Landslides                                                                                                                                

Specific demands raised or required

Ø            Fires resulting from earthquake are essentially a result of damage to infrastructure such as power supply.

Ø            Immediate service of fire brigade is essential to check further damage.

Ø            Immediate discontinuation  of power would restrict the possibility of occurrence to a large extent.

Ø            Rains following earthquakes essentially disrupt rescue and relief operations. Rescue and relief teams therefore must prepare themselves in anticipation and get community cooperation to overcome such difficulties.

Ø            Rains also have implication for storage of food, fuel for cooking (firewood or coal) and fodder for the cattle. Protective structures therefore for the storage of all relief material becomes essential. Plastic materials and water-proof containers are required.

Ø            Damage to road access due to landslides needs immediate clearing and PWD has to keep itself prepared for such an eventuality.

Ø            Settlements on the hill-slope prone to landslides need to be shifted to safer places.

Floods

Planning Assumptions

Ø           Floods occur with warning, while flash flood occur with very little warning. 

Ø           Flood prone areas in India are demarcated as either blue or red lines depending on the frequency of occurrence.  Blue lines are those areas where floods can occur once every five years whereas red lines are areas where floods can occur once every hundred years.

Ø           The resource requirements for management of flood is extremely intensive involving large scale mobilization of resources.

Lead Agencies

Ø           The lead  agencies are the revenue, police,  irrigation,  and medical services.

Ø           Extensive damage to infrastructure and public utilities is possible hence the role of  supporting agencies such as MSEB, Telecommunications and PWD  is crucial.

Ø           The loss to crop or plantation demands involvement of Agriculture Department, ZP

Ø           Loss of cattle will bring in the role for Animal Husbandry, ZP.

Ø           The assistance and intervention of the EOC is essential to support the district administration  in the management of these disasters.

Ø           Additionally, secondary disasters such as epidemics  may be caused due to floods and must be monitored by Public Health Department.

Possible Impacts

v      Effects on Individual

Ø           Loss of Life

Ø           Injuries demanding medical attention

Ø           Water-borne infection

Specific demands raised or required

Ø            In most cases, orthopedic surgery, fractures, cuts and bruises need immediate attention.

Ø            Cases of water-borne infection need medication.

Ø            Mass immunisation, when  necessary, to  protect individuals from  water-borne diseases.

Ø            Marooned individuals, including those  trapped on tree-tops and building terraces  need to be located and rescued which calls for boats, or at times helicopter services.

Ø            Alternatively when large sections of community are marooned instead of evacuation it may be necessary to organise dispatch of relief supplies to marooned locations. This creates a special need for transport facility.

Ø            Expertise of fire brigade and defence services  may be essential in the rescue operations.

v      Impact at family level                                                                                                                  

Ø           Separated families                                                                                                                    

Ø           Missing persons                                                                                                                       

Ø           Family disorganisation

Specific demands raised or required

Ø            In case of separation of family members information counters would play an important role.

Ø            In case of family disruption resulting from death of major earner, economic rehabilitation of the family may have to be planned as a long-term strategy.

Ø            Loss of life, property and livestock may require damage assessment procedures to avoid litigation and delays in gratuitous relief and compensation.

v      Damage caused

Ø           Houses                                                                                                                  

Ø           Personal Belongings                                                                                                                

Ø           Livestock                                                                                                                                   

Ø           Crops and plantations

Ø           Land

Specific demands raised or required

Ø            Partially damaged houses needs technical inspection to decide the habitation worthiness and the extent of repairs required.

Ø            Certain partially damaged houses may require demolition.

Ø            As far as possible, reconstruction should take place on the same sites to avoid delays, secure cultural continuity and avoid costly land purchase. In extreme situations,  new sites for resettlement may have to be identified when removal of rubble and debris is non-viable.

Ø            Salvaging personal belongings from the debris needs clearance from technical personnel to ensure safety of persons engaged.

Ø            As far as possible, family members only should be permitted to salvage their individual family belongings.

Ø            Damage to crops, plantations or agriculture land will need a long-term intervention.

v      Damage to infrastructure and disruption of services                                                                                  

Ø           Buildings

Ø           Godowns and storages

Ø           Dams                                                                                                                    

Ø           Bridges                                                                                                                  

Ø           Road Surface and Rail Lines                                                                                                              

Ø           Power Stations                                                                                                                         

Ø           Water pipelines and water tanks                                                                                                                    

Ø           Sewer lines                                                                                                                               

Ø           Underground Cables                                                                                                                

Ø           Ports and Jetties                                                                                                                       

Ø           Communication Lines

Specific demands raised or required

Ø             Care needs to be taken to ensure that all electrical supplies to damaged area are disconnected promptly by MSEB.

Ø             Underground cables need thorough inspection before power is restored.

Ø             Damage to electric poles and transmission lines needs restoration.

Ø             Breaches or cracks in the dam need Irrigation Department to secure the breaches or grouting the cracks.

Ø             In case of damage to bridges, relief operations may require temporary bridges which can be put up with the assistance of army.

Ø             Certain roads needing resurfacing will need immediate action from PWD.

Ø             Roads blocked due to uprooting of trees and electric poles may need to be cleared on a priority basis.

Ø             MWSSB in consultations with health authorities should restore  existing water supply with necessary repairs. This may call for replacement of pipelines or arrangements for storage in portable PVC water tanks.

Ø             In some cases, restoration of existing water supply may be time-consuming and therefore water tankers may have to be pressed into service.

Ø             Identification of nearby water sources and checking the potability of the same may also be required.

Ø             Damage or choking of  sewer lines is one of the most ticklish issue. Alternate arrangements by way of temporary latrines (technical details given on Pg. No ) may have to be constructed.

Ø             Extensive damage to residential buildings resulting in disruption of telecommunication facilities requires provision of public telephones (PCO) to facilitate communication.

Ø             Damage to hospital, school buildings and other public facilities may disrupt the services. In such a case restoration of services through temporary arrangements is the first priority.

Ø             PWD may have to take repairs or reconstruction of such public facilities on a priority basis.

Ø             Disposal of damaged foodgrains is one of the major step and needs community cooperation.

Ø             Provision for distribution of cooked food or dry rations may have to be made.

v      Environmental Effects                                                                                                                

Ø           soil erosion                                                                                                                               

Ø           silting                                                                                                                     

Ø           water pollution                                                                                                                           

Ø           denudation of land

Ø           increase in salinity

Specific demands raised or required

Ø             Silting in residential areas and buildings is one of the major problems requiring extensive community involvement.

Ø             NGOs have demonstrated a tremendous capacity to mobilise community participation in desilting operations for reoccupancy of the residences and also the wells providing drinking water.

Ø             Agriculture department may have to undertake soil-testing and propose appropriate measures for restoration of agriculture land.

v      Economic and Social consequences                                                                                                              

Ø           Loss of livelihood                                                                                                                      

Ø           Disruption of market and Loss in production                                                                                                  

Ø           Migration                                                                                                                                   

Ø           Disruption of social structure      including breakdown of social order

Ø           and community organisations                                                                                                  

Ø           Law and order problem                                                                                                                       

Ø           Psychological after-effects like depression,  trauma etc.

Specific demands raised or required

In addition to immediate relief requirements for effective and early recovery process and  checking migration

Ø             restoration of production units, and employment avenues

Ø             provision of individual counselling and community counselling

Ø             Reconstruction of social structures and organisation of community requires a professional intervention which can best come from non-governmental organisations Voluntary agencies will have to be invited or co-opted for relief activities to ensure this aspect.

Ø             For combating depression, engage people in all possible activities related to relief and rehabilitation through a deliberate strategy of community participation.

v      Secondary effects                                                                                                                       

Ø           Epidemics                                           

Ø           Landslides

Specific demands raised or required

Ø             Rescue and relief teams  must be alert to the possibility of outbreak of epidemics and therefore ensure standards of services with respect to storage, cooking, and handling of food materials as also disposal of waste in relief camps, medical centres and feeding centres.

Ø             Water-quality monitoring mechanisms will have to be set-up to prevent  outbreak of epidemics.

Ø             Rains also have implication for storage of food, fuel for cooking (firewood or coal) and fodder for the cattle. Protective structures therefore for the storage of all relief material becomes essential. Plastic materials and water-proof containers are required.

Ø             Damage to road access due to landslides needs immediate clearing and PWD has to keep itself prepared for such an eventuality.

Ø             Settlements on the hill-slope prone to landslides need to be shifted to safer places.

Epidemics

Planning Assumptions

Ø           The existing  water quality monitoring and vector control programmes reduces the possibility of spread of epidemics to a considerable extent.

Ø           Efficient response from  pathological and testing laboratories helps in early diagnosis of the possible epidemic.

Lead Agencies

Ø           The revenue and health department including the medical service is the main agency involved in disaster management during epidemics.

Ø           In the case of  epidemics accompanying floods the water supply and sanitation department, MWSSB and  irrigation department are the support agencies

Ø           Apart from these support services, assistance is also sought from the police and home guards, public works department, state transport and the media.  

Possible Impacts

v      Effects on Individual

Ø           Loss of Life

Ø           Diseases needing Epidemiological Treatment

Specific demands raised or required

Ø             Mass immunisation, when necessary,  to  protect individuals.

Ø             In some cases, existing water supply may be contaminated and therefore water tankers may have to be pressed into service.

Ø             Identification of nearby water sources and checking the potability of the same may also be required.

Ø             Rescue and relief teams  must be alert to the possibility of spread  of epidemics and therefore ensure standards of services with respect to storage, cooking, and handling of food materials as also disposal of waste in relief camps, medical centres and feeding centres.

Ø             Water-quality monitoring mechanisms will have to be set-up to prevent  spread  of epidemics.

Ø             In case of vector-borne diseases, the exact vector and related control methods will have to be followed. The required materials are listed on (pg. No)

Ø             Life-saving drugs including saline will be required in large quantities

Ø             Disposable kits for treatment of affected people and arrangements for proper disposal of these.

Ø             Personal protection kits for medical personnel and volunteers assisting in treatment of patients.

Ø             Arrangements for disposal of personal belongings and other solid waste materials.

Ø             Monitoring arrangements including testing facilities with the help of laboratories and hospitals.

v      Economic and Social consequences                                                                                                              

Ø           Migration

Ø           Evacuation

Ø           Law and order problem                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Ø           Psychological after-effects especially isolation                                                                                                               

Specific demands raised or required

In addition to immediate medical relief requirements for effective and early recovery process and  checking migration

Ø           restoration of potable water supply 

Ø           provision of

Þ          quarantine of infected cases at family and hospital level

Þ          programme of immunisation

Þ          water quality monitoring

Þ          pathological testing laboratories

Þ          individual counselling

Þ          family counselling

Ø           Involvement of  NGOs in mobilising community efforts for the control of epidemics by ensuring  standards of environmental sanitation, disposal of waste and personal hygiene.

Road Accidents

Planning Assumptions

Ø           The major road accidents are highly localised.

 

Ø           The response machinery that is to be activated is at a much more local level

Ø           In case of road accidents involving toxic and highly inflammable materials, there is  need for temporary evacuation.

Lead Agencies

Ø           The lead  agencies are  revenue, police and the regional transport office.

Ø           In   major accidents involving  loss of life and injuries to  a large number of people, services of  agencies such as fire services, health department   will be needed

Ø           In the case of a vehicle plunge in the river,  services of divers for rescue operations are required.

Possible Impacts

                       

v      Effects on Individuals

Ø           Loss of Life

Ø           Trauma Care

Ø           Burns

Ø           Injuries demanding surgical treatment

Ø           Poisoning or exposure to toxic material

Specific demands raised or required

Ø             In most cases, orthopedic surgery and fractures need immediate attention.

Ø             Individuals trapped in the vehicles need to be rescued which at times calls for metal cutting devices.

Ø             Expertise of fire brigade and defence services may be essential when the accident involves vehicles carrying hazardous chemicals, toxic materials or explosives.

Ø             Divers may be required if the accident involves a vehicle falling off a bridge into water.

Ø             The  police may require to cordon off the area.

Ø             Chemical accidents may generate a demand for treatment for burns and exposure to poisonous substances which may mean a specialised service not generally available along the highways.

Ø             Nature of injuries may demand immediate transfer of injured to centres offering trauma care.

Ø             Loss of life, property and goods may require damage assessment procedures to avoid litigations and delays in gratuitous relief and compensation including insurance.

v      Damage caused

Ø           Vehicles

Ø           Goods

Specific demands raised or required

Ø           Salvaging the goods from the accident site needs clearance from technical personnel to ensure safety of persons engaged.

v      Environmental Effects                                                                                                                

                                                                                                                          

Ø           Air pollution if vehicle carrying hazardous chemicals are involved                                                                                                        

                         

                                                                                                                          

v      Disruption of services                                                                                                                

Ø           Road network

Ø           Traffic

Specific demands raised or required

Ø             The spills from vehicles carrying hazardous materials may require stoppage of traffic and cleaning of road surface. Various materials are recommended depending on the nature of spill. Also, specialised  agencies may have to be called for undertaking spill cleaning operations.

Ø             Diversion of traffic resulting from such accidents may require traffic control to give information  at various entry points located also far away (which need quick identification) from the site of accident so as to avoid inconvenience to the travellers.

Ø             Special cranes may be required for clearing the accident site.

v      Economic and Social consequences                                                                                                              

Ø             Law and order problem                                                                                                                      

Specific demands raised or required

                                                                                                                          

Ø             Security of goods and materials in the vehicles involved in the accident needs protection. The details of goods need to be officially recorded.

v      Secondary Effects                        

Ø           Fires

Ø           Gas leak affecting settlements near the accident site

Specific demands raised or required

Ø             It may be necessary to inform the settlements around to take necessary precautionary measures, if the accident involves leakage of toxic gases.

Ø             It may be advisable to send a team of medical personnel from poison centres to visit the settlements around the accident site when toxic leak is reported.

Industrial  and Chemical Accidents

Planning Assumptions

Ø           Off-site industrial accidents are in the form of fires, explosions and toxic gas leaks.

Ø           The responsibility of declaring an industrial accident as off-site rests with the management of the industrial unit where the accident has occurred.

Ø           The most crucial decision  in off-site industrial accident management is the recognition / identification of the stage at which the  responsibility is handed over from the  management to the public authorities.

Ø           The public authority will be  the District Collector when the disaster is likely to impact a larger area.

Lead Agencies

The main participating agencies in the management of off-site industrial disasters are :

Ø           revenue

Ø           police, fire, medical services

Ø           civil defence agencies

Ø           public works department

Ø           Industry

Ø           MARG

Ø           Public Health and regulatory environmental agencies.

Ø           To enable effective immediate response, specialists are required to

¨       provide fast, reliable information on the properties of the substance released,

¨       its potential hazard,

¨       protective equipment required,

¨       containment and control measures to be taken and

¨       advice on the decontamination and emergency termination activities required.

Possible Impacts

v      Effects on Individual                                                                                                                   

Ø           Loss of Life

Ø           Burns

Ø           Injuries demanding Surgical  treatment

Ø           Exposure to  toxic material

Specific demands raised or required

Ø             In most cases, orthopedic surgery and fractures need immediate attention.

Ø             Expertise of fire brigade, mutual aid and response groups (MARG), may be essential.

Ø             The  police may require to cordon off the area.

Ø             Chemical accidents may generate a demand for treatment for burns and exposure to poisonous substances which may mean a specialised service  not generally available with medical practitioners.

Ø             Nature of injuries may demand immediate transfer of injured to poison centres.

Ø             Loss of life, property and goods may require damage assessment procedures to avoid litigation and delays in gratuitous relief and compensation including insurance.

Ø             Areas indicating spread of toxic gases should be declared out of bounds and strict vigil should be kept by police to prohibit  trespassing.

Ø             Alteration in  wind direction when  it covers a settlement create immediate demands for evacuation and relief till such time that an all-clear signal is given.

                                                                                                       

v      Environmental Effects                                                                                            

Ø           water pollution                                                                                                                           

Ø           air pollution

Ø           effect on vegetation

Specific demands raised or required

Ø             On a long-term basis monitoring of air, water  and soil quality will have to be carried out.

v      Disruption of services                                                                                                                

Ø           Road network                                                                                                                           

Ø           Electricity                                                                                                                                  

Ø           Water supply                              

v      Economic and Social consequences                                                                                                              

Ø           Loss of livelihood                                                                                                                      

Ø           Disruption of market

Ø           Damage to food stocks                                                                                                                       

Ø           Loss in production                                                                                                                    

Ø           Migration                                                                                                                                   

Ø           Law and order problem                                                                                                                       

Ø           Social and Psychological effects                                                                                                                    

Specific demands raised or required

In addition to immediate relief requirements for effective and early recovery process and  checking migration

Ø             restoration of production units, employment avenues

Ø             provision of individual counselling and community counselling

Ø             For combating depression, engage people in all possible activities related to relief and rehabilitation through a deliberate strategy of community participation.

 Cyclones

 Planning Assumptions

Ø      Cyclones can be predicted sufficiently in advance but its impact location over land is uncertain.

Ø      The resource requirements for management of cyclone impact  is extremely intensive involving large scale mobilization of resources.

 Lead Agencies

Ø      The lead  agencies are the Fire, Police and Health departments.

Ø      Extensive damage to infrastructure and public utilities is possible hence the role of  supporting agencies such as MSEB, Telecommunications and PWD  is crucial.

Ø      The loss to crop or plantation demands involvement of Agriculture Department

Ø      Loss of cattle will bring in the role for Animal Husbandry.

Ø      The assistance and intervention of the EOC is essential to support the district administration  in the management of these disasters.

Ø      Additionally, secondary disasters such as epidemics  may be caused due to floods resulting from cyclones  and must be monitored by Public Health Department.

  Possible Impacts

v      Effects on Individual

Ø      Loss of Life

Ø      Injuries demanding surgical  needs

Ø      Family disorganisation

Specific demands raised or required

Ø      In most cases, orthopedic surgery, fractures, cuts and bruises need immediate attention.

Ø      Mass immunisation is necessary to  protect individuals from  water-borne diseases.

Ø      Marooned individuals, including those  trapped on tree-tops and building terraces  (in  case of tidal wave) need to be located and rescued which calls for boats, or at times helicopter services.

Ø      Alternatively when large sections of community are marooned instead of evacuation it

      may be necessary to organise dispatch of relief supplies to marooned locations. This

      creates a special need for transport facility.

Ø      Expertise of fire brigade and defence services (Navy, Coast Guards) may be essential in

      the rescue operations.

v      Damage caused

[Cyclones may be accompanied by heavy rains, or at times  tidal waves]. 

Ø      Houses                                                                                                                       

Ø      Personal Belongings                                                                                                                     

Ø      Livestock                                                                                                                    

Ø      Crops and Plantations

Ø      Forests

Specific demands raised or required

Ø      Partially damaged houses needs technical inspection to decide the habitation worthiness

      and the extent of repairs required.

Ø      Certain partially damaged houses may require demolition.

Ø      New sites for resettlement may have to be identified when removal of rubble and debris is non-viable.

Ø      Salvaging personal belongings from the debris needs clearance from technical personnel to ensure safety of persons engaged.

Ø      As far as possible, family members only should be permitted to salvage their individual family   belongings.

v      Damage to infrastructure and disruption in services

Ø      Buildings

Ø      Godowns and storages

Ø      Dams                                                                                                                         

Ø      Bridges                                                                                                                       

Ø      Road Surface and Rail Lines                                                                                                                   

Ø      Power Stations and Power Lines                                                                                                  

Ø      Water Tanks                                                                                                                                  

Ø      Ports and Jetties                                                                                                                            

Ø      Communication Lines

Ø      Railway Signals

Specific demands raised or required

Ø      Care needs to be taken to ensure that all electrical supplies to damaged area are

      disconnected promptly by MSEB.

Ø      Overhead lines need thorough inspection before power is restored.

Ø      Breaches or cracks in the dam need Irrigation Department to secure the breaches or

      grouting the cracks.

Ø      In case of damage to bridges, relief operations may require temporary bridges which

      can be put up with the assistance of army.

Ø      Certain roads needing resurfacing will need immediate action from PWD.

Ø      MWSSB in consultations with health authorities should restore  existing water supply

      with necessary repairs. This may call for replacement of pipelines or arrangements for

      storage in portable PVC water tanks.

Ø      In some cases, restoration of existing water supply may be time-consuming and

      therefore water tankers may have to be pressed into service.

Ø      Identification of nearby water sources and checking the potability of the same may also

      be required.

Ø      Choking of sewer lines is one of the most ticklish issue. Immediate  arrangements for

      clearing the sewer lines is necessary.

Ø      Piped gas supply should be immediately terminated in the affected area to avoid

      secondary consequences. If necessary, and feasible gas cylinders should be supplied till

      the gas line is checked thoroughly and  restored.

Ø      Extensive damage to residential buildings resulting in disruption of telecommunication

     facilities requires provision of public telephones (PCO) to facilitate communication.

Ø      Damage to hospital, school buildings and other public facilities may disrupt the services.

Ø      In such a case restoration of services through temporary arrangements is the first  

Ø      priority.

Ø      PWD may have to take repairs or reconstruction of such public facilities on a priority

     basis.

 

Ø      Disposal of damaged foodgrains is one of the major step and needs community 

     cooperation.

Ø      Provision for distribution of cooked food or dry rations may have to be made.

Ø      Rains also have implication for storage of food, fuel for cooking (firewood or coal) and  

     fodder for the cattle. Protective structures therefore for the storage of all relief material

     becomes essential. Plastic materials and water-proof containers are required.

                                                                                                                               

v      Environmental Effects                                                                                                                

Ø      soil erosion                                                                                                                 

Ø      silting                                                                                                                          

Ø      water pollution                                                                                                                                

Ø      increase in salinity

Specific demands raised or required

Ø      Silting in residential areas and buildings is one of the major problems requiring extensive  

      community involvement.

Ø      NGOs have demonstrated a tremendous capacity to mobilise community participation in

     desalting operations for reoccupancy of the residences and also the wells providing   

     drinking water.

Ø      Agriculture department may have to undertake soil-testing and propose appropriate 

      measures for restoration of agriculture land.

v      Economic and Social consequences                                                                                                              

Ø      Loss of livelihood                                                                                                                           

Ø      Disruption of market and Loss in production                                                                                                       

Ø      Disruption of social structure           including breakdown of social order

Ø      and community organisations                                                                                                       

Ø      Migration                                                                                                                     

Ø      Law and order problem                                                                                                                 

Ø      Psychological after-effects                                                                                                                      

Specific demands raised or required

Ø      In addition to immediate relief requirements,  for effective and early recovery process and  checking migration

Ø      restoration of production units and employment avenues

Ø      provision of individual counselling and community counselling

Ø      Reconstruction of social structures and organisation of community requires a professional

      intervention which can best come from non-governmental organisations Voluntary   

agencies will have to be invited or co-opted for relief activities to ensure this aspect.

Ø      For combating depression, engage people in all possible activities related to relief and rehabilitation through a deliberate strategy of community participation.

v      Secondary effects         

                                                                                  

Ø           Epidemics         

Ø           Landslides

Specific demands raised or required

Ø      Rescue and relief teams  must be alert to the possibility of outbreak of epidemics and therefore ensure standards of services with respect to storage, cooking, and handling of food materials as also disposal of waste in relief camps, medical centres and feeding centres.

Ø      Water-quality monitoring mechanisms will have to be set-up to prevent  outbreak of epidemics.

Ø      Damage to road access due to landslides needs immediate clearing and PWD has to keep itself prepared for such an eventuality.

Ø      Settlements on the hill-slope prone to landslides need to be shifted to safer places.

NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS (NGOs) AND VOLUNTARY AGENCIES

T  

T   The non-governmental organizations and voluntary agencies play an important role in disaster management and provide a strong band of committed volunteers with experience in managing the disasters. Their strength lies in the choice of their manpower, the informality in operations and flexibility in procedures. These organizations enjoy a fair degree of autonomy and hence can respond to changing needs immediately.

The list of 32 NGOs working in Jalna district with their specific nature of works are given in the following sections.

List of NGOs in Jalna district

Sr. No.

Name of Agency and Location

Regn. No.

Name of Contact Person and address

01

Creative Group, Jalna

F-854

Mr. Haresh M. Talreja, Seema Handloom House, Jalna

02

Ramdev Baba Medical Foundation, Jalna

E-115

Mr. Nathmal Gourishankar Mishra, Naya Bazar, Jalna

03

Shree Gorakshan Panjarpol, Jalna

E-11

Mr. K.K. Bhakkad, Machhali Khadak Rd., Jalna

04

Shree Blood Donor Group, Jalna

F-1718

Mr. Vivek Narayan Patil, Sarafa Rd., Jalna

05

Akhil Bharatiya Grahak Panchayat, Jalna

F-617

Mr. Dattatraya N. Kavde, Laxmi Narayan Co-op. Society, Jalna

06

C.A. Saklecha Janseva Trust, Jalna

F-118

Mr. Champalal D. Saklecha, Ganesh Bhavan, Jalna

07

Jalna Chartered Accountants Association, Jalna

F-561

Mr. T. R. Jogeshwar Rao, Civil Rd., Jalna

08

Mahico Staff Welfare Association

E-18

Mr.  Jawaharlal M. Gandhi, Hybrid Seeds Company Ltd., Sardar Patel Rd., Jalna

09

Agrawal Panchayati Bhavan, Jalna

E-117

Mr. Badri Vishal Shriram, Piti Rangar Khidki, Jalna

10

Mahesh Seva Trust, Jalna

E-123

Mr. Mithulal Pannalal Dadh, New Mondha, Jalna

11

Parikh Samaj Hitkarni Sanstha, Jalna

F-407

Mr. Hemchandra Murlidhar Joshi, R.P. Rd., Jalna

12

Maheshwari Samaj Seva Trust, Jalna

F-961

Mr. Balkishan R. Rathi, Prakash & Co., Shani Mandir Chauk, Jalna

13

Himco Charitable Trust, Jalna

E-96

Mr. Vinod Kumar R. Shaha, Nehru Rd., Jalna

14

Jalna Gujarati Samaj, Jalna

F-17

Mr. Shyamjibhai H. Bhanushali, New Mondha, Jalna

15

Jalna District Chemists Association, Jalna

Maha(279/98)

Mr. Santosh M Purwale, Santosh Medical, Ambad Rd., Jalna

16

New Progress Retail Rockel Vikreta Association, Jalna

F-728

Mr. Gunwantrao V. Thakkar, Sadar Bazar, Jalna

17

Dhanwantari Rural Health  and Research Organization, Jalna

F-864

Dr. Ashok L. Bansod, Double Jeen, Jalna

18

The Jalna Vyapari and Adtiya Association, Jalna

F-175

Mr.  Panraj Ostawal, New Mondha, Jalna

19

Dhanwantari Charitable Trust, Jalna

F-1779

Dr. Santosh R. Goyal, Jalna

20

Adtiya Association, Jalna

F-465

Mr. Rameshchand B. Lunawat, New Mondha, Jalna

21

Bisesarlal S. Mundada Charitable Trust, Jalna

E-110

Mr. Satyanarayan B. Mundada, Mutha Bldg., Jalna

22

Barwale Agro Research, Jalna

E-20

Mr. Badrinarayan R. Barwale, Jalna

23

Gajanan Maharaj Lokseva Trust, Jalna

F-79

Mr. R. B. Gaud, Tax Advisor, Ambika Market, Jalna

24

Green Star Blood Donor Group, Jalna

F-1828

Mr. Shaikh A. Hamid S.A. Rehman, Akeli Basti, Jalna

25

Seva Pratishthan, Jalna

F-571

Mr. S.S. Kulkarni, 19, Vidya Nagar, Jalna

26

Samaj Seva Mandal, Jalna

F-37

Mr. K. Devrao Gangadhare, Jalna

27

The Jalna Flour Mill Owner Association, Jalna

F-77

Mr. Chandulal B. Bhakkad, Jalna

28

Jalna Dist. Hawkers Association, Jalna

F-167

Mr. Mannulal G. Jaiswal, Shani Mandir Rd., Jalna

29

Sansthan Ganpati, Rajur, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

A-95

Tahsildar, Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

30

Matsodari Devi Mandir, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

A-316

Tahsildar, Ambad, Dist. Jalna

31

Jalna Dist. Budha Seva Mandal, Shahagad, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

F-577

Mr. Bhausaheb L. Wahul, Kudan, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

32

Lions Club, Jalna

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Dr. Rajendra Karwa, R.P. Rd., Jalna

NGOs to be involved in specific activities during disaster management operations

Search and Rescue – NGOs available in Jalna district

Sr. No.

Name and Address

Nature of Resource

Area of Operation

01

Mr. Haresh M. Talreja, Creative Group, Seema Handloom House, Jalna

Manpower,  Trucks, Matador, Jeep, Spray pumps

Jalna, Ambad, Partur, Ghansawangi and Bhokardan

02

C.A. Saklecha Janseva Trust, Jalna

Man power, Trucks

Jalna, Partur, Mantha, Badnapur

03

 Samaj Seva Mandal,19, Vidya Nagar, Jalna

Manpower

Jalna, Badnapur, Partur, Ambad

04

Jalna Dist. Hawkers Asso., Shani Mandir, Dr. R.P. Rd. Jalna

Manpower

Anywhere in the district.

05

Jalna Dist. Budha Seva Mandal, Shahagad, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

Manpower

Anywhere in the district

06

Sansthan Ganpati, Rajur, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

Manpower, Four Wheelers, Crane Machine

Bhokardan and Jalna district

 Medical Aid ( Treatment & Transfer) – NGOs available in Jalna District

Sr. No.

Name and Address

Nature of Resource

Area of Operation

01

Ramdev Baba Medical Foundation C/o. Mr. Haresh M. Talreja, Seema Handlum House, Jalna

Doctors, Nurses, Dispensary Operation Theater, Ambulance, Manpower

Jalna and other places of the district

02

Dhanwantari Rural Health and Research Center, C/o. Dr. Ashok L. Bansod, Double Jeen, Jalna

Manpower, Doctors, Nurses, Dispensary Operation Theatre, Ambulance

Jalna district

03

Jalna District Chemists Association, C/o. Mr. Santosh M. Sarmale, Santosh Medical, Ambad Rd. Jalna

Manpower, Doctors, Medicines

Jalna district

04

Shree Blood Donor Group, C/o. Mr. Vivek Narayan Patil, Sarafa Rd. Jalna

Manpower, Blood donation

Jalna district

05

Green Star Blood Donor Group, C/o. Mr. Shaikh A. Hameed S.A. Rehman, Akeli Basti, Jalna

Manpower, Blood donation

Jalna district

06

Himco Charitable Trust, C/o. Mr. V.R. Shaha, Nehru Rd., Jalna

Manpower, Doctors, Ambulance, Four wheelers, Nurses, Finance

Jalna district

07

Mahico Staff Welfare Association, C/o. Mr. J. M. Gandhi, Hybrid Seeds Co., Jalna

Manpower, Doctors, Ambulance, Four Wheelers, Nurses

Jalna district

08

Mission Hospital, Jalna

Trained Manpower, Doctors, Operation theater, Nurses, Pathological Labs, Ambulance, Labor rooms and all other Medical facilities

Jalna district

09

Ganpati Netralaya, Jalna

Trained Manpower, Doctors, Ambulance, Nurses, and all other Medical facilities

Jalna district

10

Dhanwantari Charitable Trust, Dr. Santosh Goyal, Jalna

Manpower, Doctors, Nurses

Jalna district

 Disposal of Dead ( Retrieval, Panchnama, Autopsy) – NGOs available in Jalna district.

Sr. No.

Name and Address

Nature of Resource

Area of Operation

01

Gajanan Maharaj Lokseva Trust, Jalna

Manpower

Jalna district

02

Jalna dist. Budha Seva Mandal, Shahagad, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

Manpower

Jalna district

03

Mahico Staff welfare Association, Jalna

Manpower, Trucks, cranes, Four wheelers

Jalna district

 Temporary Shelters – NGOs available in Jalna district.

Sr. No.

Name and Address

Nature of Resource

Area of Operation

01

Creative Group, C/o Mr. Haresh M. Talreja, Seema Handloom, Jalna

Temporary Shelters, Tents etc.

Jalna district

02

Rotaract Club, C/o. Mr. Patel, Assam Tea Company, Mama Chauk, Jalna

Temporary Shelters, Tents, Resource persons on low cost housing etc.

Jalna district

03

Jalna Chartered Accountants Association, C/o. V.R. Jogeshwar Rao, Civil Club Rd. Jalna

Temporary Shelters, Tents, Resource persons on low cost housing etc.

Jalna district

04

Lions Club of Jalna, C/o. Dr. Karwa, Badi Sadak, Jalna

Temporary Shelters, Tents, Resource Persons on low cost housing etc.

Jalna district

05

Maheswari Samaj Seva Trust, Mr. B. R. Rathi, Prakash & Co. Shani Mandir Chauk, Old Jalna

Temporary Shelters, Finance, Tents

Jalna district

06

Mahesh Seva Trust, Jalna

Temporary Shelters, Finance, Tents

Jalna district

07

Agrawal Panchayati Bhavan, Jalna, C/o. Mr. Badri Vishal S. Piti Rangar Khidki, Jalna

Temporary Shelters, Finance, Tents

Jalna district

08

Barwale Agro Research , Mr. Badrinarayan R. Barwale, Jalna

Temporary Shelters, Finance, Tents, Resource persons on low cost housing.

Jalna district

09

The Jalna Vyapari and Adtiya Association, Jalna

Temporary Shelters, Tents, Finance

Jalna district

10

Jalna Gujrati Samaj, C/o. Mr. Shyamjibhai H. Bhanushali

Temporary Shelters, Tents, Finance

Jalna district

 Relief Activities ( Cooked food, Water, Gratuitous relief ) NGOs available in Jalna district.

Sr. No.

Name and Address

Nature of Resource

Area of Operation

01

Akhil Bharatiya Grahak Panchayat, Jalna

Manpower

Jalna and Badnapur

02

Jalna Chartered Accountants  Association C/o. Mr. V. R. Jogeshwar Rao, Civil Club Road Jalna

Manpower, finance

Jalna and other places of the district

03

Mahesh Seva Trust, C/o. Mr. Mithulal P. Dadh, New Mondha, Jalna

Food, Grains, Water, Finance, Residential facility for women and children

Jalna district

04

Agrawal Panchayati Bhavan, C/o. Mr. Badri V. S. Piti Rangar Khidki, Jalna

Food, Grains, Water, Finance, Residential facility for victims

Jalna district

05

Parikh Samaj Hitkarni Sanstha, C/o. Hemchandra Murlidhar Joshi, R.P. Rd. Jalna

Cooked food, Water, finance

Jalna, Badnapur, Bhokardan, Ambad

06

Mahico Staff Welfare Association, Mr. J. M. Gandhi, Hybrid seed co. Jalna

Cooked food, Water, finance

Jalna, Partur, Bhokardan, Ambad

07

Maheshwari Samaj Seva Trust, C/o. Mr. Balkishan Rathi, Shani Mandir Chauk, Old Jalna

Food, Grains, Water, Finance, Residential facility for victims, Vehicle

Jalna district

08

The Jalna Vyapari and Adtiya Association, Jalna, Mr. Panraj Oswal, New Mondha, Jalna

Food, cooked food, Grains, Residential facility, Water, finance

Jalna district

09

Adtiya Association, C/o. R. B. Lunawat, New Mondha, Jalna

Food, cooked food, Grains, Residential facility, Water, finance

Jalna district

10

Seva Pratishthan, C/o. S.S. Kulkarni, 19, Vidya Nagar, Jalna

Manpower

Jalna district

 Health and Sanitation – NGOs Available in Jalna district

Sr. No.

Name and Address

Nature of Resource available

Area of Operation

01

Samaj Seva Mandal, C/o. Mr. Krishnarao D. Gangadhare, Jalna

Manpower

Jalna district

02

Seva Pratishthan, C/o. S.S. Kulkarni, 19, Vidya Nagar, Jalna

Manpower

Jalna district

03

Jalna Dist. Budha Seva Mandal, Shahagad, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

Manpower

Ambad, Ghansawangi

 Carcass Disposal – NGOs available in Jalna district

Sr. No.

Name and Address

Resources available

Area of operation

01

Seva Pratishthan, C/o. S.S. Kulkarni, 19, Vidya Nagar, Jalna

Manpower

Jalna district

02

Shri Ganpati Sansthan, Rajur, Tq. Bhokardan, Jalna

Manpower, Vehicles

Jalna district

03

Matsodari Devi Mandir, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

Manpower, Vehicle

Jalna district

04

Jalna Dist. Hawkers Association, Dist. Jalna

Manpower

Jalna district

05

New Progress Retail Rockel Sellers Association, Jalna

Manpower, Fuel for carcass disposal

Jalna district

 Cattle Camp

Sr. No.

Name and Address

Resources available

Area of operation

01

Shree Gorakshan Panjarpol, C/o. Mr. K.K. Bhakkad, Machhali Khadak Rd., Jalna

Manpower, Finance, Bagasse

Jalna district

02

Himco Charitable Trust, C/o. Mr. V. R. Shaha, Nehru Rd., Jalna

Manpower, Finance

Jalna district

03

Mahico Staff Welfare Association, C/o. Mr. Jawaharlal M. Gandhi, Hybrid Seeds Co. Ltd., Sardar Patel Rd., Jalna

Manpower, Technological Support, Finance

Jalna district

Enocouraging Community Preparedness

D  Disasters may result in cutting off essential services and in spite of administrative preparedness it may not be possible for the administration to reach out immediately.

Mitigation efforts and preparation of the disaster management action plan for local areas are essential elements and pre-requisites. Preparedness to a large extent would reduce the impact and the damage. Training and simulation exercises for enhancing the community’s preparedness and response capability will simultaneously strengthen and enhance the capacity of the administration to undertake necessary preparedness or evacuation measures. The district administration is encouraging and supporting initiatives towards community preparedness measures including formation of Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs)

On the basis of discussions, apart from the NGOs mentioned earlier, the following Private Sector units, Mahila Mandals and CBOs have been identified as resource groups for involvement in community preparedness measures. They will all undergo training for the same. These Private Sector units, Mahila Mandals, CBOs,  NGOs would adopt a conscious effort towards community level preparedness measures. They would also promote the formation of CERTs.

As a part of general preparedness at community level, the families in the community would be made conscious about the type of hazard that the household situation presents and the threats from outside. Also, communities would be encouraged to undertake exercises in risk and vulnerability analysis and preparation of community response plan to possible disasters. Thus local disaster management action plans for hot-spot areas in the context of specific vulnerability would be developed. For areas with high concentration of industries MARGs have been set-up, whereas for areas prone to other types of disasters Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) are being set-up. Special efforts have also been taken to involve Sugar Co-operatives towards Community Preparedness Measures.

 Private Sector Units in Jalna

Sugar Factories

i)                    Samartha Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana, Ltd., Ankush Nagar, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

ii)                   Rameshwar Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd. Sipora Bazar, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

iii)                 Shri Bageshwari Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd.,  Partur, Tq. Partur, Dist. Jalna

iv)                 Jalna Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd., Ramnagar, Tq. Dist. Jalna

Co-operative Industrial Estate

i)                    Co-operative Industrial Estate, Old M.I.D.C. area, Jalna

Sahakari Dudh Sangh

i)                    Jalna Zilla Dudh Utpadak Sahakari Sangh, Ltd. Jalna

 List of CBOs ( Mahila Mandals and Yuvak Mandals) who will work

         towards community preparedness measures

Mahila Mandals in Ambad Taluka

01)  Shri. Jai Ambika Mahila Mandal

02)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Antarwali, Rathi

03)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Amalgaon

04)  Asha Mahila Mandal, Kuran

05)  Vikas Mahila Mandal, Karjat

06)  Savitribai Phule Mahila Mandal

07)  Matsodari Mahila Mandal, Dhangurde Hatgaon

08)  Laxmi Chhaya Mahila Mandal, Chinchkhed

09)  Maherghar Mahila Mandal, Dongaon

10)  Jaimalhar Mahila Vikas Mandal, Tadhadgaon

11)  Priyadarshini Mahila Mandal, Dahipuri

12)  Godavari Mahila Mandal, Dudhpuri

13)  Dnyandeep Mahila Mandal, Dhangar Pimpri

14)  Saibaba Mahila Mandal, Nihalsinhwadi

15)  Vaibhavshali Mahila Mandal, Nalewadi

16)  Amrapali Magaswargiya Mahila Mandal, Nandi

17)  Gramin Vikas Mahila Mandal, Nandi

18)  Vikas Mahila Mandal, Pithori Shirasgaon

19)  Pandita Ramabai Mahila Mandal, Paranda

20)  Shivneri Mahila Mandal, Balegaon

21)  Maya Mahila Mandal, Badapur

22)  Kusumbai Mahila Mandal, Badapur

23)  Sanghamitra Magaswargiya Mahila Mandal, Bhoberi

24)  Bhimsandesh Mahila Mandal, Mardi

25)  Prakash Mahila Mandal, Mathpimpalgaon

26)  Mayavati Mahila Mandal, Mathpimpalgaon

27)  Priyadarshini Bahuoddeshiya Mahila Mandal, Mathpimpalgaon

28)  Ramabai Ambedkar M. Mahila Mandal, Mathpimpalgaon

29)  Sainath Mahila Mandal, Rohilagad,

30)  Vikas Mahila Mandal, Rohilagad

31)  Shivshakti Mahila Mandal, Rui

32)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Lalwadi

33)  Bhagyalakshmi Mahila Mandal, Lasura

34)  Panchshila Mahila Mandal, Wadigodri

35)  Jia Ambika Mahila Mandal, Wadigodri

36)  Sidhartha M. Mahila Mandal, Wadilasura

37)  Jagruti Mahila Mandal, Wadikalya

38)  Bhimkirti Samaj Jagruti Mahila Mandal, Shahagad

39)  Tejaswi Gramin Mahila Mandal, Sukhapuri

40)  Mahalaxmi Mahila Mandal, Ashtipimpalgaon

41)  Laxmibai Mahila Mandal, Lakhampuri

42)  Shardadevi Mahila Mandal, Khadkeshwar

43)  Banjara Mahila Mandal, Masaitanda – 3

44)  Sitadevi Mahila Mandal, Ambad

45)  Jagruti Mahila Mandal, Ambad

Mahila Mandals in Jafrabad Taluka

01)  Tathagat Mahila Mandal, Adha

02)  Janseva Mahila Mandal, Asai

03)  Kranti Mahila Mandal, Haratkheda

04)  Adarsh Mahila Mandal, Akoladev

05)  Vithal Rukhmini Mahila Mandal, Ambegaon

06)  Seva Prityartha Mahila Mandal, Ambegaon

07)  Durgamata Mahila Mandal, Kusali

08)  Saraswati Magaswargiya Mahila Mandal, Kumbhari

09)  Pragati Mahila Mandal, Kumbhari

10)  Mahamayavati Mahila Mandal, Kumbhar Ranzari

11)  Saraswati Mahila Mandal, Kumbhar Ranzari

12)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Kumbhar Ranzari

13)  Ramabai M. Bahuoddeshiya Mahila Mandal, Kolegaon

14)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Khaparkheda

15)  Adarsh Mahila Mandal, Khasgaon

16)  Mata Tuljabhavani Mahila Mandal, Khamgaon

17)  Bhimai Magaswargiya Mahila Mandal, Gondhankheda

18)  Sagameshwar Mahila Mandal, Gavansangameshwar

19)  Amrapali Mahila Mandal, Garkheda

20)  Ganesh Mahila Mandal, Gopi

21)  Sanam Mahila Mandal, Dhankheda

22)  Mayavati Bahuoddeshiya Mahila Mandal, Janephal

23)  Ramabai Shikshan Vikas Mandal, Gopi

24)  Saraswati Mahila Mandal, Janephal

25)  Gurudev Seva Mahila Mandal, Janephal

26)  Sujata Magaswargiya Mahila Mandal, Jafrabad

27)  Annapurna Mahila Mandal, Jafrabad

28)  Mauli Mahila Mandal, Jafrabad

29)  Vikas Mahila Mandal, Jafrabad

30)  Vikas Mahila Mandal, Tembhurni

31)  Matoshri Mahila Mandal, Dongaon

32)  Bhagwanbaba Magaswargiya Mahila Mandal, Dolkheda

33)  Savitribai Phule Magaswargiya Mahila Mandal, Tapovan

34)  Priyadarshini Mahila Manual, Dahegaon

35)  Yashodhara Magaswargiya Mahila Mandal, Dehadhatgaon

36)  Amrapali Mahila Mandal, Devlegaon

37)  Adarsha Mahila Mandal, Nandkheda

38)  Naldamayanti Mahila Mandal, Nalwihara

39)  Ambika Mahila Mandal, Pimpalgaon (Kada)

40)  Ramabai M. Mahila Mandal, Papal

41)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Borgaon (Phadar)

42)  Durgamata Mahila Mandal, Bootkheda

43)  Devi Kapil Adarsh Mahila Mandal, Bootkheda

44)  Sujata M. Mahila Mandal, Bootkheda

45)  Samadhan Mahila Mandal, Bharaj

46)  Seema M. Mahila Mandal, Bharaj (Bk.)

47)  Santoshi Mata Mahila Mandal, Bharaj (Bk.)

48)  Ganesh Mahila Mandal, Bharadkheda

49)  Jijamata Mahila Gramvikas Mandal, Pomhasrul

50)  Gurudev Seva Mahila Mandal, Warud (Kh.)

51)  Renukamata Mahila Mandal, Sawarani

52)  Jaibhawani Mahila Mandal, Watephale

53)  Yashodhara Mahila Mandal, Shirala

54)  Sant Sakhubai Gramin Vikas Mahila Mandal, Shirala

55)  Ganga Mahila Mandal, Sipora

56)  Bholenath Mahila Mandal, Sawarkheda Godhan

57)  Krantikarya Mahila Mandal, Hiwarakabali

Mahila Mandal in Ghanasawangi Taluka

01)  Priyadarshani Bahuoddeshiya Stri Sudhar Mahila Mandal, Antarwali Tembhi

02)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Antarwali Rai

03)  Shri. Saibaba Mahila Mandal, Awalgaon (Bk.)

04)  Uttareshwar Mahila Mandal, Ukkadgaon

05)  Gajanan Maharaj Mahila Mandal, Ukkadgaon

06)  Ganesh Mahila Mandal, Kumbhar Pimpalgaon

07)  Samartha Mahila Mandal, Kumbhar Pimpalgaon

08)  Shri. Vithhal Mahila Mandal, Kumbhar Pimpalgaon

09)  Shri Krishna Mahila Mandal, Kumbhar Pimpalgaon

10)  Ramabai Ambedkar M. Mahila Mandal, Khadkat

11)  Kulswami Durga Mahila Mandal, Gadhesawargaon

12)  Swargiya Parwatabai Khoktar Mahila Bahuoddeshiya Sevabhavi Sanstha, Gadhesawargaon

13)  Mammadevi Mahila Mandal, Gadhesawargaon

14)  Sawitribai Phule M. Mahila Mandal, Gunj

15)  Ramabai Ambedkar M. Mahila Mandal, Gunj

16)  Ahhilyabai Mahila Mandal, Ghansawangi

17)  Nursinha Mahila Mandal, Ghanwawangi

18)  Awishkar Mahila Mandal, Jogladevi

19)  Ahermal Mahila Mandal, Dhakephal

20)  Matoshri Ramabai Ambedkar M. Mahila Mandal, Tirthapuri

Mahila Mandals in Partur Taluka

01)  Rohini Mahila Mandal, Akoli

02)  Mauli Kripa Mahila Mandal, Asanagaon

03)  Sawitribai Phule M. Mahila Mandal, Karla

04)  Ramamata Mahila Mandal, Khandvi

05)  Mayavati Mahila Mandal, Chincholi

06)  Gurudev Mahila Mandal, Dolhara

07)  Maherghar Mahila Mandal, Dhamangaon

08)  Janjagruti M. Mahila Mandal, Patoda

09)  Saraswati Mahila Mandal, Paratwadi

10)  Suyog M. Mahila Mandal, Bramhani

11)  Savitribai Phule M. Mahila Mandal, Rohina (Bk.)

12)  Savitribai Phule M. Mahila Mandal, Loni

13)  Sujata Magaswargiya Mahila Mandal, Warphal

14)  Savitribai Phule M. Mahila Mandal, Warphal

15)  Bhagini Mahila Mandal, Watur

16)  Bhimshakti M. Mahila Mandal, Watur

17)  Savitribai Phule Mahila Mandal, Hatadi

18)  Vishakha Mahila Mandal, Partur

Mahila Mandals in Mantha Taluka

01)  Tuljabhavani Mahila Mandal, Ambhora Shelke

02)   darsh Mahila Mandal, Dahiphal Khandare

03)  Savitribai Phule M. Mahila Mandal, Devthana Oswad

04)  Jagdamba M. Mahila Mandal, Daha

05)  Ahhilyabai Mahila Mandal, Pangri

06)  Adarsh M. Mahila Mandal, Patoda (Bk.)

07)  Ganaraya Gramin M. Mahila Mandal, Pakni

08)  Renukai Mahila Seva Bhavi Mandal, Pewa

09)  Sahjivan Mahila Mandal, Padali Dudha

10)  Puja M. Mahila Mandal, Pangri (GO)

11)  Kanchan Mahila Mandal, Pangri (GO)

12)  Matoshri Ramabai Mahila Mandal, Mantha

13)  Priyadarshini Mahila Mandal, Mantha

14)  Jai Tuljabhavani M. Mahila Mandal, Malegaon, Tq. Mantha

15)  Kusumtai Mahila Mandal, Malegaon

16)  Renukadevi Mahila Mandal, Mahora

17)  Renukadevi Mahila Mandal, Wadhegaon

18)  Maherghar Mahila Mandal, Helus

19)  Matoshri Ramabai Magaswargiya Mahila Mandal, Helus

20)  Ramabai Mahila Mandal, Widoli

Mahila Mandals in Badnapur

01)  Ekta Mahila Mandal, Akola

02)  Rushi Bhakta Mahila Mandal, Asarkheda

03)  Kranti Jyoti M. Mahila Mandal, Kusali

04)  Yashodhara Mahila Mandal, Keligavan

05)  Dhanlaxmi Mahila Mandal, Keligavan

06)  Durgadevi Mahila Mandal, Kinhola

07)  Bhimkranti M. Mahila Mandal, Kinhola

08)  Sau. Prerna M. Mahila Mandal, Kinhola

09)  Vandev Mahila Mandal, Kandari (Kh.)

10)  Ahhilyabai Mahila Mandal, Kajala

11)  Ramabai Ambedkar Mahila Mandal, Kajala

12)  Renuka Mahila Mandal, Bhatkheda Khamgaon

13)  Jaibhavani Mahila Mandal, Khadgaon

14)  Sharda Mahila Mandal, Chikhali

15)  Priyadarshini Mahila Mandal, Dongargaon

16)  Gautami M. Mahila Mandal, Dawargaon

17)  Vikas Mahila Mandal, Devgaon

18)  Shivganga M. Mahila Mandal, Devgaon

19)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Dawalwadi

20)  Maheshwari Mahila Mandal, Dawalwadi

21)  Triratna M. Mahila Mandal, Dabhadi

22)  Kapil M. Mahila Mandal, Devpimpalgaon

23)  Vithhal Rakhmai Mahila Mandal, Devpimpalgaon

24)  Savitribai Phule M. Mahila Mandal, Devpimpalgaon

25)  Vijaya Mahila Mandal, Dhopteshwar

26)  Ramabai Ambedkar M. Mahila Mandal, Nanegaon

27)  Bholeshankar Mahila Mandal, Nandkheda

28)  Amol Mahila Mandal, Pathar Devalgaon

29)  Sarthak Mahila Vikas Sanstha, Walapur

30)  Jai Sitaram Mahila Mandal, Balapur

31)  Kavita Gramodyog Mahila Mandal, Wahegaon

32)  Sujata Gramodyog Mahila Mandal, Wahegaon

33)  Jivanjyoti M. Mahila Mandal, Wahegaon

34)  Jai Maharashtra Mahila Mandal, Wahegaon

35)  Ahilyabai Mahila Mandal, Bawnepangri

36)  Gram Vikas Mahila Mandal, Bawnepangri

37)  Panchshil Mahila Mandal, Bawanepangri

38)  Bahujan M. Mahila Mandal, Bawanepangri

39)  Indira Mahila Mandal, Butegaon

40)  Yashodhara M. Mahila Mandal, Malegaon

41)  Mauli M. Mandal, Matrewadi

42)  Dhammadip M. Mahila Mandal, Madwa

43)  Amrapali Mahila Mandal, Mandevalgaon

44)  Vishakha Mahila Mandal, Mandevalgaon

45)  Kranti Mahila Mandal, Roshangaon

46)  Yashodhara M. Mahila Mandal, Ranjangaon

47)  Maherghar Mahila Mandal, Wakulni

48)  Magaswargiya Ramada Mahila Manual, Smoothen

49)  Gramin Vikas Mahila Mandal, Selgaon

50)  Jai Bhawani Mahila Mandal, Hiwaradabhadi

51)  Sharda Mahila Mandal, Hiwaradabhadi

52)  Navsakshar Mahila Mandal, Ramdulwadi

53)  Gramvikas Mahila Mandal, Pimpalgaon

54)  Miriyam Mahila Mandal, Pimpalgaon

55)  Amrapali Mahila Mandal, Waghrula, Dongargaon

56)  Samartha Bahuoddeshiya Mahila Mandal, Gewraibazzar

Mahila Mandals in Bhokardan Taluka

01)  Karuna Mahila Mandal, Awhana

02)  Laxmikant Mahila Mandal, Anwa

03)  Aajubai Mahila Mandal, Anwa

04)  Saraswati Devi Mahila Mandal, Ebrahimpur

05)  Ramabai M. Mahila Mandal, Ebrahimpur

06)  Sarswati Mahila Mandal, Ekephal

07)  Sant Janabai Mahila Mandal, Kumbhari

08)  Shri. Tuljabhawani Mahila Mandal, Kumbhari

09)  Rohini Mahila Mandal, Kodoli

10)  Priyadarshani Mahila Mandal, Kedarkheda

11)  Kodeshwar Mahila Mandal, Koda

12)  Walmikeshwar M. Mahila Mandal, Koda

13)  Renukamata Mahila Mandal, Koda

14)  Saptashringi Mahila Mandal, Koda

15)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Kalyani

16)  Ahilya Bai Holkar Mahila Mandal, Kalyani

17)  Walmiki M. Mahila Mandal, Kothakoli

18)  Yogeshwar Mahila Mandal, Kothakoli

19)  Rashtramata Jijabai Mahila Mandal, Khaparkheda

20)  Durgadevi Bahuoddeshiya Mahila Mandal, Garkheda

21)  Mayavati M. Mahila Mandal, Chandetepali

22)  Devata Mahila Mandal, Chincholi

23)  Gramjagruti Mahila Mandal, Jawkheda (Bk.)

24)  Sadhna Mahila Mandal, Jalgaon Sapkal

25)  Adarsh Mahila Mandal, Jalgaon Sapkal

26)  Matoshri Bhagubai Mahila Mandal, Jalgaon Sapkal

27)  Yogita Mahila Mandal, Talni

28)  Gramin Vikas Mahila Mandal, Tadkalas

29)  Ahilya Devi M. Mahila Mandal, Tadegaon

30)  Saptashringi Mahila Mandal, Tadegaon

31)  Pragati M. Mahila Mandal, Thigalkheda

32)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Nimbola

33)  Viksit Mahila Mandal, Nalani (Kh.)

34)  Sawitribai Phule Mahila Mandal, Nalani (Kh.)

35)  Mirabai Mahila Mandal, Nalani (Kh.)

36)  Tulajabhawani Mahila Mandal, Perjapur

37)  Akanksha Mahila Mandal, Pimpalgaon

38)  Prerna Mahila Mandal, Palaskheda Dabhadi

39)  Matoshri Ramabai Ambedkar M. Mahila Mandal, Borgaon Jahangir

40)  Rashtramata Jijau Mahila Mandal, Borgaon Jahangir

41)  Mayavati Mahila Mandal, Baranjala Sabale

42)  Janjagruti Mahila Mandal, Baranjala Sabale

43)  Jai Bhawani Mahila Mandal, Baranjala Lokhande

44)  Samata M. Mahila Mandal, Babhulgaon

45)  Padmapani Mahila Mandal, Babhulagaon

46)  Mahila Mandal Bhokardan

47)  Savitribai Phule M. Mahila Mandal, Bhokardan

48)  Navjivan Mahila Mandal, Bhokardan

49)  Ashirwad Mahila Mandal, Umarkheda

50)  Jhansichi Rani Laxmibai Mahila Mandal, Muthad

51)  Ahilya Bai Mahila Mandal, Malegaon

52)  Rajureshwar Gramodyog Mahila Mandal, Rajur

53)  Mayavati Mahila Mandal, Rajur

54)  Priyadarshani Mahila Mandal, Wakli

55)  Jijamata Gramodyog Mahila Mandal, Warud (Bk.)

56)  Girija Gramin Mahila Vikas Mandal, Warud (Bk.)

57)  Savitribai Phule Mahila Mandal, Wadod Tanda

58)  Jai Bhavani Mahila Mandal, Wiregaon

59)  Thanganabai Mahila Mandal, Wadhona

60)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Walsawangi

61)  Sarwadna Gramin Mahila Mandal, Subhanpur

62)  Sant Muktabai Mahila Sanstha, Sirajgaon

63)  Dattatraya Mahila Mandal, Sirajgaon

64)  Saraswati Mahila Mandal, Soygaondevi

65)  Gramin Mahila Mandal, Siporabazzar

66)  Kalpana Mahila Mandal, Siporabazzar

67)  Matoshri Ramabai Ambedkar Mahila Mandal, Sawangi

68)  Onkareshwar Mahila Mandal, Sawangi

69)  Jagdamba Mata Mahila Mandal, Sawangi

70)  Indira Sfurti Mahila Mandal, Hasanabad

71)  Pragati Mahila Mandal, Hasanabad

72)  Asmita Mahila Mandal, Hasanabad

73)  Savata Mali Mahila Mandal, Bhokardan

74)  Bhagini Nivedita Mahila Mandal, Bhokardan

75)  Adarsh Mahila Mandal, Bhokardan

76)  Gramvikas Mahila Mandal, Samartha Nagar

77)  Laxmibai Saraswati Mahila Mandal, Bhokardan

Mahila Mandals in Jalna Taluka

01)  Annabhau Sathe M. Mahila Mandal, Jalna

02)  Alsaba Mahila Mandal, Jalna

03)  Bahujan Samaj Bhagini Mandal, Jalna

04)  Bhagyoday Mahila Mandal, Jalna

05)  Chandrakala M. Mahila Mandal, Jalna

06)  Dhamaratna M. Mahila Mandal, Jalna

07)  Dhavaleshwar Mahila Mandal, Jalna

08)  Dipjyoti M. Mahila Mandal, Jalna

09)  Phoenix Mahila Mandal, Jalna

10)  Gautami Mahila Mandal, Jalna

11)  Jaikranti Mahila Vikas Mandal, Jalna

12)  Janki Mahila Mandal, Jalna

13)  Jyoti Mahila Mandal, Jalna

14)  Jogeshwari Mahila Mandal, Jalna

15)  Kamala Vikas Mahila Mandal, Jalna

16)  Krantisurya Bahuoddeshiya Mahila Mandal, Jalna

17)  K. Gayabai Mahila Mandal, Jalna

18)  Kasar Mahila Mandal, Jalna

19)  Magaswargiya Mahila Mandal, Jalna

20)  Mahila Mandal, Jalna

21)  Muslim Mahila Mandal, Jalna

22)  Narishakti Mahila Mandal, Jalna

23)  Nandadip Mahila Mandal, Jalna

24)  Prerna Mahila Mandal, Jalna

25)  Pariniti Mahila Mandal, Jalna

26)  Pragati Vikas Mandal, Jalna

27)  Ramabai Ambedkar Upasika Mahila Mandal, Jalna

28)  Rajmata Mahila Mandal, Jalna

29)  Renukamata Mahila Mandal, Jalna

30)  Rajureshwar Mahila Mandal, Jalna

31)  Sai Baba M. Mahila Kalyan Mandal, Jalna

32)  Samata Mahila Mandal, Jalna

33)  Shivneri Mahila Mandal, Jalna

34)  Sukeshini M. Mahila Mandal, Jalna

35)  Sanghamitra Mahila Mandal, Jalna

36)  Saraswati Mahila Mandal, Jalna

37)  Shivai Mahila  Vikas Mandal, Jalna

38)  Surabhi Mahila Vikas Mandal, Jalna

39)  Savitribai Phule Mahila Mandal, Jalna

40)  Shraddha Mahila Mandal, Jalna

41)  Vaibhavshali Mahila Mandal, Jalna

42)  Suyog Mahila Mandal, Jalna

43)  Mohta Devi Mahila Mandal, Jalna

44)  Samartha Mahila Mandal, Jalna

45)  Shri. Sai Mahila Mandal, Jalna

46)  Sahanbhuti Mahila Mandal, Jalna

47)  Trupti Mahila Mandal, Jalna

48)  Vishakha Mahila Mandal, Jalna

49)  Vaishali M. Mahila Mandal, Jalna

50)  Yogita Mahila Mandal, Jalna

51)  Yashoda Mahila Mandal, Jalna

52)  Savitribai Phule M. Vikas Mahila Mandal, Ukhali

53)  Mirabai Mahila Mandal, Ukhali

54)  Vithhal Mahila Mandal, Ukhali

55)  Chaitanya Gramodyog Mahila Mandal, Utwad

56)  Ganesh Mahila Mandal, Arandwadgaon

57)  Savitribai Phule Sudhar Mahila Mandal, Kumbhephal

58)  Matoshri Bhimai Mahila Mandal, Kumbhephal

59)  Shil M. Mahila Mandal, Kumbhephal

60)  Savitribai Phule M. Mahila Mandal, Kadwanchi

61)  Amrapali M. Mahila Mandal, Kadwanchi

62)  Shital Mahila Mandal, Khabewadi

63)  Shri. Ganesh Mahila Mandal, Kharpudi

64)  Ranjana Mahila Mandal, Kharpudi

65)  Shri. Jagdamba Devi Gramodyog Mahila Mandal, Khodepuri

66)  Bhimchhaya M. Mahila Mandal, Golapangri

67)  Vaishali Mahila Mandal, Gavali Pokhri

68)  Pragati Mahila Mandal, Ghetuli

69)  Gurukripa Mahila Mandal, Ghetuli

70)  Rukhmini Mahila Mandal, Ghanewadi

71)  Adarsh Bhagini Mandal, Jalna

72)  Mahila Mandal, Old Jalna

73)  Stri Mukti Sanskrutik Samiti, Jalna

74)  Amba Mahila Mandal, Kadrabad

75)  Indira Pratishthit Mahila Mandal, Jamwadi

76)  Shri Krishna Mahila Mandal, Jalna

77)  Kranti M. Mahila Mandal, Jalgaon

78)  Sanghmitra M. Mahila Mandal, Dambari

79)  Chhawa Gramyojna Mahila Mandal, Tandulwadi

80)  Sanchi Bahuoddeshiya Mahila Mandal, Tandulwadi

81)  Priyadarshini Mahila Mandal, Tatewadi

82)  Savitribai Phule M. Mahila Mandal, Devmurti

83)  Kranti Mahila Mandal, Dudhna Kolegaon

84)  Bhimchhaya Mahila Mandal, Daregaon

85)  Rukhmini Mahila Mandal, Daregaon

86)  Uday Bahuoddeshiya Mahila Mandal, Deregaon

87)  Mahalaxmi Mahila Mandal, Dahiphal Kale

88)  Matoshri Jijamata Bahuoddeshiya Seva Sanstha, Dahiphal Kale

89)  Ramabai M. Mahila Mandal, Ner

90)  Bhimjyoti M. Mahila Mandal, Panchanwadgaon

91)  Waradlaxmi Bahuoddeshiya Mahila Mandal, Panchanwadgaon

92)  Sawitribai Phule M. Mandal, Patrud

93)  Sanjivni Mahila Mandal, Patrud

94)  Maharshi Valmiki Mahila Mandal, Patrud

95)  Gajanan Mahila Mandal, Bathan

96)  Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Bathan

97)  Vaishali Mahila Mandal, Borgaon

98)  Ahilya Devi Mahila Mandal, Bhatepuri

99)  Adarsh Mahila Mandal, Pimpri Dukari

100)          Tulja Bhavani Mahila Mandal, Mohadi

101)          Matoshri Ramabai Ambedkar M. Mahila Mandal, Malshendra

102)          Yashodhara M. Mahila Mandal, Rohanwadi

103)          Samta Gram Vikas Mahila Mandal, Rewgaon

104)          Udaynagar Vikas Mahila Mandal, Revgao Jalna

105)          Jijamata Mahila Mandal, Ramanagar

106)          Ramai M. Mahila Mandal, Rammurti

107)          Prabhat Mahila Mandal, Wiregaon

108)          Savitribai Mahila Mandal, Waghrul

109)          Bhimjyoti Mahila Mandal, Wadgaon

110)          Sarswati Mahila Mandal, Wakhari

111)          Jagdamba Mahila Mandal, Waghrul

112)          Kai. Shahir Annabhau Sathe M. Mahila Mandal, Sarwadi

113)          Bhimgarjana Mahila Mandal, Shiraswadi

114)          Dilasa Mahila Mandal, Shiraswadi

115)          Indira Mahila and Vikas Mandal, Sevali

116)          Arunoday Sanskrutik and Gram Vikas Mandal, Sevali

117)          Matoshri Limbai Mahila Mandal, Shambhu Sawargaon

118)          Samata M. Mahila Mandal, Somnath

119)          Renuka Mahila Mandal, Sawargaon

120)          Bahujan M. Mahila Mandal, Sawargaon

121)          Someshwar Mahila Mandal, Somnath

122)          Indira Mahila Mandal, Shivani

123)          Ramabai Ambedkar Upasika Mahila Mandal, Jalna

Yuvak Mandals in Jalna District

Sr. No.

Name of Institution

Name of Contact Person

01

Shri Krishna Yuvak and Sanskrutik Krida Mandal, Antarwali Sarati, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Rajendra P. Dakhane, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

02

Sudarshan Yuvak Sanskrutik Mandal, Ankushnagar, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Nandkumar P. Khose, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

03

Samartha Yuvak Sanskrutik Krida Mandal, Tadhadgaon, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Bhimashankar Raosaheb Waghude, Tadhadgaon, Tq. Ambad, Dist. Jalna

04

Navyuvak Sanghatna, Dahegaon, Tq. Jafrabad, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Bhagwan Eknath Deshmukh, Dahegaon, Tq. Jafrabad, Dist. Jalna

05

Gramin Yuvak Krida Mandal, Kajala, Tq. Badnapur, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Raghunath Uttamrao Bhode, Kajala, Tq. Badnapur, Dist. Jalna

06

Atmanand Yuvak Mandal, Awhana, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Sheshrao Bhimrao Awhad, Awhana, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

07

Bhagwati Yuvak Sanskrutik Mandal, Kothakoli, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Vinayakrao Laxman Korde, Kothakoli, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

08

Siddhishwar Navyuvak Sanskritik Krida Mandal, Jalgaon Sapkal, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Jagganath Yeduba Sapkal, Jalgaon Sapkal, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

09

Shri Ram Yuvak Krida Sanskrutik Krida Mandal, Thigalkheda, Tq. Bhokardan Dist. Jalna

Mr. Gambhir Sandu Dhavle Patil, Thigalkheda, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

10

Bajrang Yuvak Sanskritik Yuvak Mandal, Dhawada, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Shivaji Mahadu Gavali, Dhawada, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

11

Ekta Yuvak Sanskritik Yuvak Mandal, Dhawada, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Gayasoddin Sayyad Amir, Dhawada, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

12

Swami Vivekanand Krida Mandal, Pimpalgaon Renukai, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Sudhirkumar Shyamrao Wagh, Pimpalgaon Renukai, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

13

Janseva Sanskritik Yuva Vyayam Mandal, Bhivpur, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Himmatrao Khandu Janjal, Bhivpur, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

14

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Krida Yuvak Mandal, Warud (Bk.), Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Vishwas Bhaurao Wagh, Warud (Bk.), Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

15

Chaitanya Yuvak Mandal, Sipora Bazar, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Abdul Rahim Ahmed Khan, Sipora Bazar, Tq. Bhokardan, Dist. Jalna

16

Adarsh Vikas Mandal, Jalna, Tq. Dist. Jalna

Mr. Vasant Shyamrao Jambhorkar, Jalna, Tq. Dist. Jalna

17

Jaiswal Yuva Manch, Jalna, Tq. Dist. Jalna

Mr. Manoj Kishan Jaiswal, Bejanzi Rd., Jalna, Tq. Dist. Jalna

18

Swami Vivekanand Yuva Krida and Sanskritik Mandal, Jalna, Tq. and Dist. Jalna

Mr. Rupesh Hiralal Hundiwale, Shani Mandir, Jalna Tq. District Jalna

19

United Yuvak Kalyan Mandal, Jalna, Tq. Dist. Jalna

Mr. Abdul Hapiz Abdul Gaffar, Bhaji Mandai, Old Jalna Tq. Dist. Jalna

20

Yuvak Vikas Mandal, Jalna, Tq. Dist. Jalna

Mr. Balasaheb Asaram Tanpure, Mastagad, Old Jalna, Tq. Dist. Jalna

21

Tushar Yuvak Mahila Sanskritik Krida Mandal, Kharpudi, Tq. Jalna, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Subhash T. Dethe, Kharpudi, Tq. Jalna, Dist. Jalna

22

Nav Yuvak Mandal, Golapangri, Tq. Dist. Jalna

Mr. Kondibhau Jija Patil, Golapangri, Tq. Dist. Jalna

23

Dudhna Sanskritik Krida Mandal, Dudhna Kalegaon, Tq. Jalna, Dist. Jalna

Mr. Rameshwar Uttamrao Bhandarge, Dudhna Kolegaon, Tq. Jalna, Dist. Jalna

24

Nath Yuva Krida Mandal, Shiraswadi, Tq. Dist. Jalna

Mr. Raosaheb Nagorao Dhage, Shiraswadi, Tq. Dist. Jalna

25

Arunoday Sanskritik and Gram Vikas Mandal, Sevali, Tq. Dist. Jalna

Mr. Laxmikant Bhimrao Ghiwangirkar, Sevali, Tq. Dist. Jalna

26

Chhatrapati Sambhaji Bahuoddeshiya Yuva and Krida Mandal, Hiswan (Kh.), Tq. Jalna Dist. Jalna

Mr. Sanjay Bhujangrao Gavane, Hiswan (Kh.), Tq. Jalna Dist. Jalna


Mutual aid and Resource Groups (MARGs)

The objective of setting up MARGs in these areas are

·         Make the industrial zone self-sufficient

·         Encourage pooling of resources to tackle industrial accidents

·         Manage both on-site and off-site industrial accidents

·         Provide for a degree of expertise in managing disasters

·         Reduce the response time for managing disasters

·         To integrate the on-site plan of industries with an off-site plan.

·         Assist the district administration in managing disasters

These MARGs are formed in areas where chemical and hazardous industries are located. The guidelines for the formation of MARGs are provided in Annexure I.

 

 Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs)

In most disasters, community members are the first to respond before any outside assistance can reach the disaster site. Therefore in certain disaster prone areas a group of young volunteers or Community Emergency Response Teams are being formed and trained to undertake essential tasks which would reduce loss of life and property and at the same time build  confidence in self-management. Essentially CERTs would contribute in the following areas:

1.     Organising  training and preparedness exercises at the community level

2.     Ensuring family preparedness on the receipt of warning

3.     Ensuring communication links both within the community and with administration

4.     Controlling rumours and panic behaviour and undertaking confidence building activities

5.     Mobilising youth and able-bodied persons from the community to provide volunteers support, wherever required

6.     Organising local work teams for immediate rescue, and relief e.g. cooked food, first aid, assistance in law and order

7.     Assisting the handicapped who need special help

8.     Facilitating movement of relief teams during evacuation and relief and ensuring appropriate tagging as and when necessary

9.     Guarding major installations and evacuated properties till the administration takes over.

These CERTs  are expected to support the efforts of the Gram Panchayat and Tahsildar.

 Villages where CERTs can be formed

High-risk villages which have been identified by the district administration according to the following criteria.

Epidemic-prone Villages

Earthquake-prone Villages

Riverside Villages

Remote Villages

The list of such villages are given in Section 3.2 of Volume I of the Plan.

 Areas of Community Participation

Administration and NGOs at the disaster site should ensure  maximum  community participation in all stages of operation in order to maintain community morale and confidence, maximise the use of local resources, reduce costs of operation and promote a faster recovery. It is important to note that the so-called “victims” are not all that helpless and offer a tremendous manpower resource and ingenuity to overcome the crises. Disaster management situations offers a wide range of choice and demands a immediate decision making. The participation of communities and their representatives would reduce the pressures on administration with regard to the choice and uncertainties of community’s response to the decision-making process.

Based on local dynamics, ethos and the experience of the Latur earthquake, an appropriate strategy to ensure community support has been evolved. Such efforts to enlist community support and participation have gone a long way in reassuring the community about the administration’s intent and seriousness about managing the disaster.

Efforts to enlist community participation is being ensured by

v      identifying situational, opinion and position leaders in the community and voicing administration’s confidence in their capabilities to undertake the tasks.

v      Consultations and dialogues expressly indicating the need for assistance would encourage the community and its leaders to come forward.

v      Regular feedback meetings and an open book approach to demonstrate  transparency.

v      Involving community  in decision making at local levels

The major areas of community participation are being identified and include the following :

 During Evacuation

For appropriate security and law and order evacuation would be undertaken with assistance from community leaders and community based organisations (CBOs).

The entire family would evacuate together as a unit. However, to avoid stampede and confusion and in cases of inadequate transport or limited time, emergency evacuation would be undertaken in the following order :

·         seriously injured and sick   

·         children,  women and handicapped

·         Old

·         Able-bodied

For emergency evacuations , the families would be encouraged to take along water, food, clothing and emergency supplies to last at least three days. 

In addition, the families would be encouraged to assemble the following kit.  

·         Adequate supply of water in  closed, unbreakable containers.

·         Adequate supply of non-perishable packaged  food and dry rations

·         A change of clothing and rain gear.

·         Blankets and bed sheets, towels

·         Buckets, Plates and mugs made of plastic

·         Soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste

·         A battery-powered radio, torch, lantern, matches

·         Cash and jewelry

·         Personal medicines

·         A list of important family documents including ration card, passport, bank passbook address/telephone book (of relatives), certificates, driving license, property documents, insurance documents etc.

·         Special items including foods, for infants, elderly or disabled family members.

People would be asked to shut off electricity and water at main switches and valves before leaving. 

People would be asked to listen to a battery-powered radio and follow local instructions.

In other cases, people would be advised to  follow these steps:

·         Wear protective clothing.

·         Secure their homes.  Close and lock doors and windows.

·         Turn off the main water valve and electricity

·         Leave early enough to avoid being trapped.

·         Follow recommended evacuation routes.  Not to  take shortcuts.  They may be blocked.

·         Not to move into flooded areas. 

·         Stay away from downed power lines.

·         Animals may not be allowed in public shelters. With respect to livestock, community would be instructed to set the livestock  free before evacuating in order to avoid extensive loss of livestock. If possible, the community may be advised to carry the livestock along if the evacuation does not involve transportation by vehicles.

 During the Disaster

Community  leaders would be responsible for ensuring the following community behaviour :

 

·         People stay calm and panic behaviour is not encouraged. Regulate helter-skelter running or crowding of people.

·         Encourage people to stay at a secured place and protect themselves from injuries.

·         People do not enter  damaged buildings or  structures or even their own houses

·         People do not  touch electric poles, utility wires/cables

·         People do not use telephones except in life-threatening situations

·         Preparedness of community  for recurrence of the disaster, increase in severity, or consequential emergencies

·         Check for injuries.  Do not attempt to move seriously injured persons unless they are in immediate danger of death or further injury. 

·         Undertake first-aid activities as per the guidelines given in preparedness and mitigation document of DDMAP

·         Visually inspect utility lines and appliances for damage.

·         If water pipes are damaged, shut off the water supply at the main valve.

·         People stay away from damaged areas, unless their assistance has been specifically requested by police, fire or relief organizations.

·         Mobilise people to put out small fires and people inside are made to evacuate.

·         People do not throw away any damaged goods until an official inventory has been taken. 

·         Help  police, if requested,   to maintain law and order  and watch the evacuated property during the disaster

During Relief and Rehabilitation

Immediately after the disaster, the members of the community may look depressed and helpless, but very soon gets euphoric when they find that after all everything is not lost. Participation of community at this stage helps in early recovery and promotes mental health. It is necessary to see that member of the community are continuously engaged in some sort of helping activity to draw them out of their depression.

Relief authorities at the site would therefore:

·         Encourage self-help in every activity of their day-to-day living.

·         Encourage assistance for location and identification of dead, disposal of dead bodies, disposal of carcasses  and disposal of damaged food stocks

·         Encourage contribution of labour (loading, unloading, distribution, temporary constructions, salvage and restoration of water supplies, Food distribution, relief camps, cattle camps etc.)

·         Enlist assistance for  updating  records of damages and losses.

·         Enlist assistance in maintenance of  law and order

·         Enlist assistance in maintaining sanitation standards and disposal of waste

·         Promote cultural and recreational activities in order to protect the mental health and sustain the ethical and moral values.

 Encouraging Family Level Preparedness

In order to assist the families to prepare themselves, community education programme will be undertaken to acquaint members of the community with the nature of each disaster, the type of damage that can occur, the demands it would generate both at family and community level and the manner in which it will be responded to. Even with the best of planning, it is difficult to assess the exact impact of the disaster and the response time. Under the circumstances then, families have to prepare themselves for a prolonged period before the administration can reach them. Although collective efforts of the community can reduce the hardship to some extent a large part of the burden would be on the family itself. Hence families would be encouraged to check for the in-house hazards as also use the given emergency checklist and prepare itself accordingly.

 Checking for in-house hazards

·        Encourage people to inspect their houses once every year to find and correct potential hazards such as any household items that can move, fall, break, or cause a fire.

·        Check for electrical hazards.

¨       Undertake repairs or replacement of hazardous cables, plugs, connections.

¨       Remove unwanted plug points or unused cables.

·        Check for combustible materials in the household

¨       Appropriateness of storage place (light, ventilation, heat and  reach of children)

¨       Appropriateness of containers  of flammable liquids such as kerosene/diesel (quality of material, quantity of material, covers, leakage)

¨       Precautions undertaken for managing the spills

·        Check for fire hazards.

¨       Separation of household goods from inflammable materials

¨       Separation of fuel from combustible materials

¨       Cleaning of valves, pressure stoves and supply points

 Emergency Planning and Checklists

Families need to prepare themselves for any kind of disaster.  This would require specific information about emergency water and food and a recommended checklist of emergency supplies which will enable the family to sustain itself till adequate facilities for relief are organised.

                     

 Emergency checklist:

   

·         Find out which disasters could occur in the  area.

·         Ask how to prepare for each disaster.

·         Know the members of the CERT

·         Ask how warnings are given in an emergency.

·         Learn about the community's evacuation routes.

·         Learn about designated shelters

·         Ask about special assistance for elderly or disabled persons.

·         Learn about emergency plans at the workplace.

·         Learn about emergency plans for the  children’s school or day-care center.

    

Create an emergency plan:

 

·         Meet with household members. Discuss with children the dangers of  fire, severe weather, earthquakes and other emergencies.

·         Discuss how to respond to each disaster that could occur.

·         Talk to children about the likely disasters

·         It is easier for children to understand what is happening during a disaster if they already know what can take place. Point out that some of the disasters are indeed natural events and although they are dangerous, they do not have to be life-threatening if adequate precautions are taken. Try not to alarm the children in discussing possible disasters.

·         Teach children about the safety precautions for each disaster.

·         Learn how to turn off the water and electricity at main switches.

·         Create a network of relatives, friends or co-workers to assist the disabled in an emergency.

·         Provide for medical alert tags or bracelets to identify the handicapped person

 Disaster supplies kit

 

·        For emergency evacuations , the families should be encouraged to take along adequate supply of water, food, clothing and emergency supplies. 

·        The families should be encouraged to assemble the  disaster supplies kit as described earlier.  

 Evacuation Preparedness

When community evacuations become necessary, local officials would provide information to the public through the media.  Government agencies, and other disaster relief organisations would provide emergency shelter and supplies. 

The amount of time the families  have to evacuate will depend on the disaster.  If the event can be monitored, like a cyclone, families could have a day or two to get ready. But many disasters offer no time for people to gather even the most basic necessities.  This is why evacuation plan is necessary.

The checklist for emergency planning given above would be useful for evacuation planning as well.  Additionally, families should also get their disaster supplies kit organised for evacuation and follow the steps for evacuation as outlined earlier.

 Shelter

Taking shelter is critical in times of disaster.  This may mean staying in an enclosed structure during a severe storm without electricity for days.

In many emergencies, local authorities would set up public shelters in schools, municipal buildings and places of worship.  While they often provide water, food, medicine and basic sanitary facilities, families should plan to have their own supplies as well. 

 Living in Designated Emergency Shelters

1.      Stay in the shelter until local authorities say it's okay to leave.  The length of the stay can range from a few hours to few days.

2.      Restrict smoking to well-ventilated areas.  Ensure that smoking materials are disposed of safely.

3.      Cooperate with local authorities  and others staying in the shelter.  Living with many families  in a confined space can be difficult and unpleasant.

4.      Listen to  radio broadcasts.

5.      Watch for fires.

6.      Assist local authorities as volunteers in the management of water, cooked food and other relief supplies including medical care, if required

7.      Make arrangements for pets and cattle before going to a public shelter.  They  are not allowed in a public shelter due to health reasons.

8.      Organise recreation for children

9.      Assist local  authorities with the assistance of  community members to maintain law and order

 Helping  after Disaster

   

When disaster strikes, people everywhere want to help those in need. To  ensure that this compassion and generosity are put to good use, the media can highlight these facts:

·        Financial aid is an immediate need of disaster victims. Financial contributions should be made through local administration or a well-known voluntary organisation to help ensure that contributions are put to their intended use.

·        Before donating food or clothing, wait for instructions from local officials. Immediately after a disaster, relief workers usually don't have time or facilities to set-up distribution channels, and too often these items go to waste.

·        Volunteers should go through a well-known voluntary agency since these agencies will know what is needed and are prepared to deal with the need. Local authorities also coordinate volunteer efforts for helping in disasters.

·        Organisations and community groups wishing to donate items should first contact local officials, and voluntary agencies working on relief to find out what is needed and where to send it. Be prepared to deliver the items to different places, tell officials when you'll be there, but do not expect them to provide for  transportation, driver, and unloading.

Disaster Specific Family Preparedness Measures  Fires

  

[In addition to what has been listed under family preparedness as a generic response, fire accidents demand specific preparedness and responses. Given below are the preparedness measures and responses which are  specific to fire accidents].

Fire spreads quickly; there is no time to grab valuables or inform administration. Heat and smoke are even more dangerous than the flames; inhaling the super-hot air can sear the lungs.  Fire produces poisonous gases that make you disoriented and drowsy.  Instead of being awakened by a fire, it may induce a deeper sleep.

  

In case of fire know what to do, how to escape, how to safeguard the occupants. Have a plan.

Fire safety tips

·        Teach family members to stay low to the floor (where the air is safer in a fire) when escaping from a fire.

What to do during a fire

·        Use water to put out small fires.  Do not try to put out a fire that is getting out of control. Call the fire department. Make sure everyone knows how to call the fire department.

·        Never use water on an electrical fire. 

·        Smother oil and grease fires in the kitchen with baking soda or salt, or put a lid over the flame if it is burning in a pan.

·        If the clothes catch on fire, the person should stop, drop and roll until the fire is extinguished.  Running only makes the fire burn faster. Those assisting should pour water and not try to control it with bare hands.

·        Feel for heat near the top of the door before opening. If it's hot, don't open it unless it is an escape route. In such a case Feel the bottom of the door with the palm of your hand before opening it. If the door is cool, leave immediately.  Be prepared to crawl.  Smoke and heat rise, and the air is clearer and cooler near the floor.  If the door is hot, escape through a window. If escape is not possible, signal and call out for help, alerting the fire fighters.

·        Close doors of the rooms on fire. It will hold back the fire and keep out poisonous smoke until help arrives.

·        If escape is not possible, stay near the floor, where the  air is better. If all doors are closed, open a window for air. If   possible, stuff wet rags around doors to hold back smoke and heat.

·        Stay out. Do not, for any reason, go back into a burning house. If  someone is missing, tell the fire fighters.

What to do after a fire

·         Do not enter a fire-damaged structure unless authorities say it is okay.

·         When entering a fire-damaged structure, look for signs of heat or smoke.

·         Have an electrician check your household wiring before the current is turned on. 

·         Beware of structural damage.  Roofs and floors may be weakened and need repair.

·         Keep records of all clean-up and repair costs. 

·         Do not throw away any damaged goods until an official inventory has been taken. 

·         In case of tenancy, contact the landlord. 

·         Secure personal belongings or move them to another location.

·         Discard food  and medicines that have been exposed to heat, smoke or soot.

·         Do not try to open a safe or strong box.  It can hold intense heat for several hours.  If the door is opened before the box has cooled, the entering air combined with the high internal temperature can cause the contents to burst into flames.

·         If the local administration say the structure is unsafe and must be vacated :

¨       Ask local police or CERT volunteers to watch the property

¨       Take jewelry, cash, and financial records and other important documents.

¨       After vacating, notify the new residential address to friends, relatives, police and fire departments, delivery services, employers, schools and the post office

 Earthquakes

  

[In addition to what has been listed under family preparedness as a generic response, earthquakes demand specific preparedness and responses. Given below are the preparedness measures and responses which are  specific to earthquakes].

The actual movement of the ground in an earthquake is seldom the  direct cause of death and injury. Most casualties result from falling objects and debris. Earthquakes also may trigger landslides and  generate huge ocean waves, each of which can cause great damage. There    are many actions which can be taken to reduce the dangers.

Preparing for an Earthquake

                                      

·        Prepare a home Earthquake plan

·        Choose a safe place in every room - under a sturdy table or desk or against an inside wall where nothing can fall on you.

·        Practice drop, cover, and hold on at least twice a year. Drop  under a sturdy desk or table, hold on, and protect the eyes by pressing the face against the arm. If there is  no table or desk nearby, sit on the floor against an interior wall away from windows or tall furniture that could fall on you.

·        Teach children to drop, cover, and hold on  

During an Earthquake

  

·        Stay calm.

·        Inside, stand in a doorway or crouch under a desk or table, away from windows. Watch for falling objects. If  in bed, hold on and stay there, protecting the head  with a pillow. Drop, cover, and hold on

·        Outdoors, stand away from buildings, trees, telephone, and  electrical lines.

·        On the road, drive away from subways, fly- overs and bridges. Stop in safe area. Stay in vehicle.

After an Earthquake

  

·        Check for injuries. Provide first aid.

·        Check for water, sewage breaks and for downed electrical lines and short-circuits. Turn off appropriate utilities. Look for and extinguish small fires. Eliminate fire hazards.

·        Check for  building damage and potential safety problems.

·        Clean up dangerous spills.

·        Turn on radio and listen for instructions from local authorities/police/fire brigade

·        Don't use the telephone except for emergencies.

·        Expect aftershocks. Each time you feel one, drop, cover, and hold on

 Floods and Flash Floods

[In addition to what has been listed under family preparedness as a generic response, floods demand specific preparedness and responses. Given below are the preparedness measures and responses which are  specific to floods].

Floods are the most common and widespread of all natural hazards.  Some floods develop over a period of days, but flash floods can result in raging waters in just a few minutes.  Flash floods carry rocks, mud and other debris and can occur without any visible sign of rainfall.  Land slides are another danger created by flooding.

Before a Flood

·        Find out if the area is flood-prone from the local authorities.

·        Understand the flood levels and learn about the history of flooding in the community.

·        Learn flood warning signs and community alert signals and know the terms used to describe flooding.

During a Flood Watch

·        Listen to a battery-operated radio for the latest flood information. Fill buckets and other water containers with clean water in case water becomes contaminated.

·        Be aware of flash floods. Flash floods will rise faster and  cut off the escape routes. If there is any possibility of a flash flood occurring, move immediately to higher ground.  Do not wait for instructions to move.

·        Move valuable household possessions to the upper floors or to safe ground if time permits.

During a Flood

If Indoors:

·        Turn on battery-operated radio or television to get the latest emergency information.

·        Get your pre-assembled emergency supplies.

·        If told to leave, do so immediately.

If Outdoors:

·        Climb to high ground and stay there. Avoid walking through any floodwaters. If it is moving swiftly, even shallow water can sweep you off your feet.

·        Do not allow children to play in flood waters

If In A vehicle:

·        If  travelling towards a flooded area, turn around and go another way.

·        If the vehicle stalls, abandon it immediately on the side of the road and climb to higher ground. Many deaths have resulted from attempts to move stalled vehicles.

·        If trapped in a vehicle that is going under water, get out of the submerged vehicle by opening a window or door and swimming to safety.

After a Flood

·        Flood dangers do not end when the water begins to recede. Listen to a radio or television and don't return home until authorities indicate it is safe to do so.

·        When entering buildings, use extreme caution.

·        Examine walls, floors, doors, and windows to make sure that the building is not in danger of collapsing.

·        Watch out for animals, especially poisonous snakes, that may have got into the house with the flood waters. Use a stick to poke through debris.

·        Watch for loose plaster and ceilings that could fall.

·        Throw away food that has come in contact with flood waters.

·        Remove water from the house to avoid structural damage.

Epidemics

[In addition to what has been listed under family preparedness as a generic response, epidemics  demand specific preparedness and responses. Given below are the preparedness measures and responses which are  specific to epidemics ].

Different epidemics will have different etymology and consequences. Water-borne, vector-borne or  viral epidemics will need different levels of preparedness and response. Some epidemics may have a quick onset whereas others may take a longer time to spread. The public health department is primarily concerned with issuing the epidemic warning and declaring the areas as epidemic prone.

After the warning

·        Understand the specific nature of the epidemic including the causation, nature of spread, symptoms  and medication

·        Understand the specific precautionary and preventive measures to be taken by the family members.

·        Ensure intake of safe water and food. Take extra measures to protect food stocks.

·        Receive all recommended vaccinations, inoculations and encourage the neighbours to help health authorities to prevent spread of epidemics

·        Avoid stockpiling preventive medicines at family level. This may create a severe shortage of essential drugs.

·        Take extra-care in disposal of family waste and also assist in community efforts in disposal of waste

·        Keep in constant touch with epidemic information and public health staff in the area

During the Epidemic

·        Report any symptoms to the health authorities immediately

·        Understand if there is a need for quarantine

·        Understand the nature of treatment and possible emergencies

·        Do not leave the epidemic area without a clearance from the health authorities

·        Report arrival of any guests from the epidemic area

·        Discourage relatives and friends from outside epidemic area to visit your areas

·        Understand the steps to be taken in the disposal of personnel belongings of the patient including disposal of excreta

·        Understand the procedure for disposal of the dead body of the epidemic victim

 Road Accidents

[In addition to what has been listed under family preparedness as a generic response, road accidents  demand specific preparedness and responses. Given below are the preparedness measures and responses which are  specific to road accidents].

Road Accidents are a major killer and take place without any warning.  Accidents may involve passenger vehicles, goods vehicles, vehicles carrying hazardous and toxic materials. The damage therefore may involve injuries and deaths, chemical spills, fires or release of toxic gases.

On accident event (involving passenger vehicle)

Those at the accident site should follow the following priorities

·         Look for and rescue the injured or those trapped in the vehicles

·         Arrange for transport of the injured to the nearest medical care centre

·         Place the dead bodies on one side to avoid obstructions

·         Organise locally traffic control using the available manpower to avoid traffic jams

·         Discourage people from crowding near the accident spot

·         Discourage people from looting the goods from the accident vehicle

·         Arrange to inform the nearest traffic police post through passing vehicles on either side

On accident event (involving hazardous and toxic elements)

·        Do not go anywhere near the accident spot unless the hazardous and toxic elements are properly understood and  discourage others. The contents may explode or catch fire

·        Prevent people at the accident site from lighting of matches for cigarettes etc.

·        Discourage people from collecting the spills from the accident vehicle as the chemicals might be deceptive and lead to toxic exposure or explosions

·        Arrange to inform the nearest traffic police/fire brigade through passing vehicles

·        Identify the wind direction and move in the opposite direction

·        Do not allow any traffic congestion near the accident spot

·        Stop the traffic at a sufficient distance (at least half a kilometer) from the accident spot in all directions till the nature of chemicals is properly understood

 Dissemination of DDMAP

In order for the DDMAP to be effective it would be disseminated at two levels ;

·         to the district authorities, government departments, NGOs and other  agencies and institutions within the district and

·         to general public.

Effective dissemination of plan requires a well designed and focused training  and awareness programmes. The responsibility for dissemination of the plan is  vested with the District Disaster Manager,  at the Collectorate, and training activities will be carried out under the guidance and direction of  YASHADA, as well as through awareness programmes organised by each of the agencies participating in disaster management such as Irrigation Department organising warning and evacuation exercises or Fire Brigade demonstrating rescue operations. The District Disaster Manager would also involve NGOs in preparing suitable public awareness material to be distributed to the public. The specific NGOs to be involved in these exercises are given in Section 8 above.

9.1 List of NGOs to be involved in Plan Dissemination

The list of NGOs have been provided in Section 8 above. These organisations can be associated in the wider dissemination of the Plan, along with the Community Based Organisations like Tarun Mandals and Mahila Mandals, whose details are also provided in the same section.

The training programmes will be organised for different levels of functionaries. The district level officials and identified NGOs, Private Sector organisations will receive the training at YASHADA under their Training of Trainers (TOT) programme in order to equip them to extend training facilities to functionaries at taluka and village level as well as organise simulation exercises within the community.  Some of the select government training institutions at the district level will participate in such TOTs and undertake training programmes for government functionaries. Efforts will be therefore directed to decentralise training activity to the extent possible so as to enable YASHADA to serve as resource centre and provide training expertise to various groups.

The materials for awareness programmes at community level would be prepared in the local language to ensure widespread dissemination. Media would be extensively used for public awareness programmes. These will include 

Þ     newspapers including local ones

Þ     TV

Þ     local cable networks

Þ     radio

Þ     folk media

Þ     publicity material

Schools, colleges and other public institutions would be specifically targetted.

In addition to dissemination of literature related to the DDMAP, disaster response drills should be conducted on a regular basis especially in the disaster prone areas to maintain the readiness of communities  and departments as regards  operational procedures, personnel and equipment and orderly response.

Local agencies such as fire, police and ambulance staff  would be familiar with the disasters possible in an area. Mutual aid organizations and public emergency response organizations would be included in these 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

Plan Evaluation

The purpose of evaluation of  DDMAP is to determine

·         the adequacy of resources

·         coordination between various agencies

·         community participation

·         partnership with NGOs

The ease of understanding and using the plan will also be important considerations.

The plan will be updated when  shortcomings  are observed in

·         organizational structures

·         technological changes render information obsolete;

·         response mechanism following reports on drills or exercises;

·         assignments of state agencies.

Adaptation, improvisation and optimisation are corner stones of any planning pertaining to disasters. It must be emphasized that the Documents or Manuals prepared as  disaster management plan have a limited purpose. These can at best serve as reminder of tasks and activities.

Individuals and agencies assigned specific responsibilities within this Plan will prepare appropriate supporting plans and related standard operating procedures, periodically review and update alerting procedures and resource listings, and maintain an acceptable level of preparedness.

The DDMAP would be evaluated by both  the district and the state.

 Post-Disaster Evaluation

 

A post-incident evaluation would be done after the withdrawal of relief and rehabilitation activities in order to assess

·         the nature of state intervention and support, 

·         suitability of the organization structure,

·         institutional arrangements,

·         adequacy of Operating Procedures,

·         monitoring mechanisms,

·         information tools,

·         equipment,

·         communication system, etc.,

The  impact studies on the above  operations for long-term preventive and mitigation efforts are also to be undertaken.

At the community level, evaluation exercises may be undertaken to assess the reactions of the community members at various stages in the disaster management cycle and to understand their perceptions about disaster response in terms of 

·         adequacy of training,

·         alert and warning systems,

·         control room functions,

·         communication plans,

·         security,

·         containment

·         recovery procedures,

·         monitoring

Plan Update

The DDMAP is a “living document” and the Collector  along with YASHADA will update it every year taking into consideration

·         the resource requirements,

·         updates on human resources

·         technology to be used

·         coordination issues

An annual conference for DMAP update will be organised by the Collector. All concerned  departments and agencies would participate and give recommendations on specific issues.

The following  guidelines would be adhered to while updating the DDMAP :

·         A procedure, would 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 would be noted on the updated page of the plan.

·         A senior  official in every  agency  would be designated to ensure that all plan-holders are notified of changes as soon as possible.  Plan-holders would be requested to verify that they have received the changes.

Annexure I: Guidelines for Formation of MARG

In areas where there is a concentration of  hazardous industries,  Mutual Aid and Response Groups can be organised to make the industrial zone to be self-sufficient to a fairly large extent and manage industrial accidents, both on-site and off-site.

The pre-requisite for setting up such a group are

1.      General information on industries, settlements and geo-physical and climatic data

2.      Zoning of the Industrial area with listing of industries in each zone

3.      Identification of lead industry and the group leader and assistant group leaders with their names, addresses and telephones, who would act as liaison persons

4.      Identification of technical experts in each zone with their names and addresses who would respond to the call for assistance

5.      Identification of potential hazards/toxic materials with the list containing physical and hazardous properties, procedures for responding  spillage and leakage, cautions to be taken including emergency procedures, naturalisation procedures, protective equipment, emergency equipment, first-aid.

6.      List of hazardous chemicals and quantities stored by different industries

7.      Names, locations and telephone numbers of hospitals and poison centres

Guidelines For Seeking MARG Assistance

Preparation :

1.      All concerned industries should prepare an Onsite Emergency Control plan with following information.

·        Risk Analysis.

·        Safety and Environmental Audit

·        Worst case scenario.

·        List of inventories.

·        Hazard Identification

·        Material safety data sheets

·        Plant layout with escape routes

·        Demographic and geographic situation.

·        Location of Fire hydrants

·        Distances between the processes and facilities in plant and in immediate vicinity of plant be logged and determined in terms of time and distance.

·        Evacuation procedure

·        Emergency control organisation structure

·        Responsible personnel list with addresses and telephone numbers.

·        Available emergency control facilities.

2.      An effort has to be made to dovetail Onsite plan to Off-Site plan.

3.      Such plan should be available in the designated Emergency Control Centre of the factory, Directorate of Industrial  Safety and Health, Fire Brigade, Police, District/Corporation Officials and Collector and should be updated periodically.

4.      Training sessions and mock drills in First Aid, Fire Fighting, Evacuation,  First Responder.  Regular testing of plants processes should be conducted to appraise and train different levels of employees in emergency control.

During An Emergency :

1.      During an emergency, assistance should be sought from the immediate neighbouring MARG Member/s enlisted zone-wise having appropriate expertise as per the guidelines and equipment, gadgets for controlling situation and Statutory Authorities simultaneously.

2.      All the personnel in each factory who are responders for emergency must be made aware about the availability of such MARG assistance and methods of getting it.

3.      Assisting organisation must be properly briefed by the unit seeking the assistance about the nature of emergency, materials involved and meteorology conditions (Wind direction), precise nature of help required to ensure proper response.

4.      Assistance can be requested in the form of either equipment or expertise or both with expert operating personnel.

5.      In case of equipment received from assisting organisation

·        It must be properly used

·        Returned promptly

·        In case of damage it should be repaired from approved agency and returned in working condition.

·        Consumables should be replaced/reimbursed.

6.      When a MARG member is extending help to Non-MARG member or other organisation make sure that

·        Appropriate equipment tested for the purpose is given.

·        If your personnel are attending the emergencies ensure that they are well-versed and have worked under such a situation and are able to give guidance.

·        The situation and the materials involved are being briefed to you correctly.

·        The guidance about plants, processes and materials involved is available on the spot from the organisation receiving the assistance

7.      It is understood that in case of any accident to any personnel while assisting, organisation that is receiving help extend its co-operation in bearing a reasonable part of expenses, beyond that covered by an insurance policy.

8.      Following sequence of action is recommended while seeking help

·        First Deploy internal resources.

·        Inform civic Fire Brigade and get their assistance.  Inform the Statutory Authorities, keep appropriate MARG member in your zone/neighbourhood alerted about the emergency.

·        If found necessary request help from the MARG member to control specific situation for which it has got equipment and expertise.

·        Convey clearly what you want, expertise, equipment or both and exact nature of need.

·        Keep other MARG member in your zone alerted to render any further assistance, if the situation so demands.

General :

·        Each organisation is primarily responsible for keeping its plants in safe conditions, identifying, assessing, minimising and eliminating hazards and risk, maintaining necessary equipment for special kinds of risks that the organisation might be facing and training its personnel for emergency response and control.

·        It may seek help from others in the MARG by way of equipment, expertise and special materials, but this is only complementary to its own arrangements and commitment to safety and emergency control.

·        Mutual Aid and Response is sought only when your own efforts seems to be inadequate to meet the demand of the situation and that of civic response group is either not adequate or enough.

FACILITIES, RESOURCES, AGENCIES WITH CONTACT ADDRESSES & TELEPHONE NUMBERS

   Government Sector

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge ,   Name , Designation ,    Phone, Fax.

Alternate Authority ,         Name , Designation ,    Phone, Fax.

1

Collectorate

Jalna

Mr Palsule, IAS

Collector, Collector Office, Jalna.             Ph. No. Off. 30700,        Resi. 30701                     Fax No.  30326

B. D. Sanap, Residential Deputy Collector ,      Collector Office , Jalna.    Ph. No. Off. 30502          Resi. 30662  Fax. No. 30326

2

Zilla Parishad  , Jalna

Jalna

Shri. S.D. Thombare, Chief Executive Officer, Z. P. , Jalna  Ph.No. Off. 30792, Resi. 30165, Fax.

Shri. Sherkhane, Deputy  C.E. O. , Z.P. Jalna. Ph. No.Off. 30307, Fax.

3

 POLICE

Jalna  S.P. Office Jalna

S.K. Verma, Superintendent of Police, Jalna   Ph. No. Off. 30452            Resi 30401             Fax                

R.M. Katke , Deputy Superintendent of Police Near P.T.S. Jalna, Navha Road Jalna                   Ph. No. Off. 30671, 31903, Resi. 30580

4

 POLICE

Jalna                Sub-Division

R.M. Katke , Deputy Superintendent of Police Near P.T.S. Jalna, Navha Road Jalna                   Ph. No. Off. 30671, 31903, Resi. 30580

L.S. Kharate, C.P.I.         R/o 488,Police Colony Jalna. Ph.No. 30671, 30852(Kadim Jalna )

5

 POLICE

Partur                Sub-Division

Ashok Meshram, Dy. Superintendent of Police , R/o Partur, District Jalna Ph. No. Off. 21603, 21033, Resi. 21318

Akolkar C.P.I.                R/O 488, Police colony, Jalna   Ph. No. 21033

    6

 POLICE

Bhokardan      Sub-Division

Ramnath Pokale, Dy. Superintendent of Police   R/O Bhokardan, District Jalna,                       Ph.No. Off.44249, 44210   Resi. 44349

B.C. Awsarmol C.P.I. R/O Bhokardan , District Jalna, Ph. No. Off. 44210         Resi:-

7

A.R.T.O. Jalna

Jalna

D.M. Gunjkar, Asstt. Regional Transport Officer , New MIDC, Area , Jalna  Ph. No. Off. 30929 Resi    

E.K. Kale Inspector of Motor Vehicles Asstt. Regional Transport Office , Jalna           Ph. No. Off. 30929 Resi 

 

8

State Reserve Police Force, Gr.XII Hingoli Camp Jalna

Jalna

E.P. Kalpatri, Commandant , S.R.P.F. Gr. XII Hingoli Camp Jalna . C/O S.R.P.F.    Gr. III Premises Nanded Road, Jalna, Dist. Jalna. Ph.No. Off. 30828       Fax 30828

S.R. Kamble, Adjutant, S.R.P.F. Gr. III Hingoli Camp Jalna. C/O S.R.P.F. Gr.III Premises Nanded Road , Jalna, Dist. Jalna

 

9

Armed Forces Unit , Grade III, Jalna

Jalna

R.N. Dahate , Commandant, S.R.P.F. Gr. III Jalna.                   Ph.NO.Off. 30902 Fax.30902

J.K. Khillare, Adjutant, S.R.P.F. Grade III Jalna, Ph.No. 30902 Fax 30902

 

10

Fire Brigade, Municipal Council Jalna

Devalgaon

Raja  road,

 Jalna.

M.N.Hire, Chief Officer, Municipal

Council, Jalna

Ph 30432,Resi.30453

K. R. Pinamkar, Station Officer , Fire Brigade , Devalgaon Road, Jalna.

 Ph. No. Off.  30101, Resi. 33101

LIST OF PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRES & RURAL HOSPITALS IN JALNA

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge, Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority ,Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

1

Medical Health Services

Health Dept. Z.P. Jalna

Dr. N.P. Missal, District Health Officer, Zilla Parishad Jalna   Ph.No. 30307, Resi. 30308

Dr.N.R. Wagh, District Mother & Childhood Officer, Zilla Parishad, Jalna,               Ph.No. Off. 30307

2

Medical

Jalna

Dr. Pimparkar,      Civil Surgeon,         General Hospital, Jalna.         Ph. No. Off. 30381,             Resi. 30250

Dr. Mahajan, Resident Medical Officer, General Hospital, Jalna.     Ph.No.30728, 32169   Resi. 30729

 

3

Medical

Rural Hosp. Ambad

Dr. Somani , Medical Surgeon , Rural Hospital Ambad            Ph. No. 41098

Dr. Gothwal, Medical Surgeon , Rural Surgeon Ambad

 

4

Medical

Rural Hosp. Partur

Dr. Deshpande , Medical Surgeon Rural Hospital Partur  Ph.No. 21293

Dr. Dixit, Medical Surgeon Rural Hospital, Partur

 

5

Medical

Rural Hosp. Bhokardan

Dr. Rathod , Medical Surgeon, Rural Surgeon , Rural Hospital, Bhokardan  , Ph. No. 02485

Dr. Rajput, Medical Surgeon, Rural Hospital Bhokardan

 

6

Medical

Rural Hosp. Mantha

Dr. Sanap , Medical Surgeon  Rural Hospital Mantha            Ph. No. 74357

Dr. Herkar, Medical Surgeon , Rural Hospital Mantha

 

7

Medical

Rural Hosp. Tembhurni

Dr. Divyaveer, Medical Surgeon , Rural Hospital Tembhurni     Ph. No. 62234

Dr. Poheragaonkar, Medical Surgeon Rural Hospital Tembhurni

 

List of Pathological Services

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge ,    Name , Designation , Phone, Fax.

Alternate Authority , Name , Designation ,    Phone, Fax.

1

Pathological Services

Civil Hospital , Jalna

Dr. Pimparkar,            Civil Surgeon ,            Civil Hospital Jalna.     Ph.No.Off. 30381

      ____________

2

Pathological Services

Rural  Hospital Ambad

Dr. Somani                 Medical Surgeon,       Rural Hospital, Ambad  Ph.No.Off.  41098

      ____________

3

Pathological Services

Rural  Hospital Bhokardan

Dr. Rathod                 Medical Surgeon,       Rural Hospital, Bhokardan    Ph.No.Off.  41098

      ____________

4

Pathological Services

Rural  Hospital Partur

Dr. Deshpande,                 Medical Surgeon,       Rural Hospital, Partur  Ph.No.Off.  41098

      ____________

5

Pathological Services

Rural  Hospital    Mantha

Dr. Sanap ,                 Medical Surgeon,       Rural Hospital, Mantha  Ph.No.Off.  74357

      ____________

6

Pathological Services

Rural  Hospital   Tembhurni

Dr. Divyaveer                 Medical Surgeon,       Rural Hospital,          Tembhurni ,     Ph.No.Off.  62234

      ____________

 

List of Blood Banks

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge ,    Name , Designation ,    Phone, Fax.

Alternate Authority , Name , Designation ,Phone, Fax.

1

Blood Bank

Civil Hospital , Jalna

Dr. Pimparkar,            Civil Surgeon ,            Civil Hospital Jalna.     Ph.No.Off. 30381

_____________

2

Blood Bank

Mission Hospital , Jalna

Mission Hospital Jalna

_____________

List of  Contact Persons for Industrial Safety

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge ,    Name , Designation ,    Phone, Fax.

Alternate Authority ,         Name , Designation ,    Phone, Fax.

 

1

Water Quality Monitor

Jalna

Smt. Garje ,               Junior  Scientfic Officer,                       Dist. Public  Health Laboratory Jalna          Ph.No.Off.32894

_____________

 

2

Industry Development

Jalna

Shri. H.O. Gosavi, General Manager,           Dist. Industries Centre,   Plot No. 7, Additional MIDC Area , Jalna.         Ph.No. Off. 30957

Shri. V.T. Panad.                  Manager, Dist. Industries Centre, Addl. MIDC Jalna.      Ph.No. Off. 30957

2

Industry Development

Jalna

Shri. A.K.Bhoraskar       Dy. Engineer,                 MIDC Sub- Division, Addl. MIDC Jalna           Ph.No.Off. 3063

Shri. Bhagwatkar                   Asstt. Engineer,                    Sub-Divn Addl. MIDC, Jalna   Ph.No.Off.30839

3

Industrial Safety &  Health

Aurangabad

Shri. Patil ,                   Joint Director of Industrial Safety & Health, Mondha Naka , Aurangabad.                 Ph.No. Off.331326, 331561

Shri. Jadhav ,                       Dy. Director of Industrial Safety & Health, Mondha Naka , Aurangabad.                 Ph.No. Off.331326, 331561

4

Pollution Control

Aurangabad

Shri. P.P. Nandusekar,  Regional Officer,           Mah. Pollution Control Board, Rly. Station MIDc Area .                           Ph. No. 331998

Shri. Shahapurkar,              Field Officer (Jalna),            Mah. Pollution Control Board,   Rly. Station MIDC Area , Aurangabad.                       Ph. No. Off. 331998

List of  Contact Persons for Telecommunication Agencies

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge, Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority ,Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

1

Telephone         Rest House

Jalna

R.S. Natrajan , Telecom District Engineer,            R.K. Babu, Cement House, Jalna  Ph. No. Off. 31400, Resi. 31000   Fax 31701

D.G. Malekar, Executive Engineer, Public Works Division, Jalna            Ph.No. Off. 30143,        Resi. 30628

2

Telephone   and Communication  ( Urban )

Jalna

( Urban )

R.S. Natrajan , Telecom District Engineer,            R.K. Babu, Cement House, Jalna  Ph. No. Off. 31400, Resi. 31000   Fax 31701

P.R. Khillare , Sub -Divisional Engineer (Urban ) Jalna,                       Ph. No. Off. 31700,     Resi  31701

3

Telephone   and Communication  ( Rural I )

Jalna

(Rural I )

R.S. Dudhe,  Sub -Divisional Engineer (Rural-I ) Jalna,                       Ph. No. Off. 31300,

______

4

Telephone   and Communication  ( Rural II )

Ambad (Rural II )

Joshi , Sub -Divisional Engineer (Rural-II) Ambad,                       Ph. No. Off. ,     41000

______

5

Telephone   and Communication  ( MARR )

 Jalna

N.T. Naik , Sub -Divisional Engineer       (MARR ) Jalna,                       Ph. No. Off. 30603,    Resi  30575

______

6

Telephone   and Communication  (X-BAR )

Jalna

A.L. Shinde , Sub -Divisional Engineer    ( X-Bar) Jalna,                       Ph. No. Off. 30565

______

7

Telephone   and Communication  (C-DOT )

Jalna

V.S. Gapat, Sub -Divisional Engineer        ( C.DOT ) Jalna,                       Ph. No. Off. 30785,     Resi  31785

______

List of Electricity Board Officers in Jalna

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge ,    Name , Designation ,    Phone, Fax.

Alternate Authority ,Name , Designation ,Phone, Fax.

1

Electricity

Jalna

M.S. Wadgaonkar,        Executive Engineer,      Maharashtra State Electricity Board, Mastgadh, Jalna            Ph.No.Off.30876           Resi. 30503

B.R. Dhongde,          Executive Engineer, Maharashtra State Electricity Board, Mastgadh, Jalna        Ph.No.Off.30876       Resi. 30530

2

Electricity

Jalna

Sonawane ,                     Assstt. Engineer ,         Maharashtra State Electricity Board 132-KV Kanhyanagar, Jalna Sub Station.                        Ph.No.Off. 30292

       __________

3

Electricity

Jalna

Bhalshankar ,                     Assstt. Engineer ,         Maharashtra State Electricity Board 132-KV Kanhyanagar           Addl. MIDC, Jalna                         Ph.No.Off. 30719

       __________

4

Electricity

Jalna

S.R. Agrawal,             Dy.  Executive Engineer,      Maharashtra State Electricity Board, Urban Sub-Division Mastgadh, Jalna            Ph.No.Off.33014  &           30555

       __________

5

Electricity

Jalna

P.Y. Khadkikar,             Asstt. Engineer,      Maharashtra State Electricity Board, Rural Sub-Division Mastgadh, Jalna            Ph.No.Off.30876

       __________

6

Electricity

Badnapur

D.M. Kure,             Asstt. Engineer,      Maharashtra State Electricity Board, 33-KV Sub-Station, Badnapur            Ph.No.Off.84435

       __________

7

Electricity

Bhokardan

S.V. Wadgaonkar,             Asstt. Engineer,      Maharashtra State Electricity Board, 33-KV Sub-Station, Bhokardan            Ph.No.Off.4203

       __________

8

Electricity

Jafrabad

Shaikh Badruddin,             Asstt. Engineer,      Maharashtra State Electricity Board, 33-KV Sub-Station, Jafrabad            Ph.No.Off.2204

       __________

9

Electricity

Jalna

B.V. Kadam                  Executive Engineer,       Maharashtra State Electricity Board , Samadhan Building, Rly. Station Road, Jalna        Resi. Quarter at 132/kv Sub-Stn. Jalna.             Ph.No.Off. 32416           Resi. 30879

G.J. Reddy,           Dy.Executive Engineer,       Maharashtra State Electricity Board , Samadhan Building, Rly. Station Road, Jalna              Ph.No.Off. 32416           Resi.

10

Electricity

Partur

M.V. Kulkarni,             Asstt. Engineer,      Maharashtra State Electricity Board, O & M Sub-Station, Partur            Ph.No.Off.21066            Resi.

       __________

11

Electricity

Ambad

A.S. Tayade,             Asstt. Engineer,      Maharashtra State Electricity Board, O & M Sub-Station, Ambad            Ph.No.Off.41069            Resi.

       __________

12

Electricity

33KV S/S Partur

 .N. Bodhankar, Junior Engineer, M.S.E.B. Incharge, Partur Urban Division Ph.No. Off.21060

      ___________

13

Electricity

33KV S/S Ambad

R.P. Mande                  Jr. Engineer ,             I/c  Sub-Stn, M.S.E.B., 33-KV Sub-Station, Ambad                         Ph.No. Off. 81232

      ___________

14

Electricity

33KV S/S Ghansawangi

Kulkarni,                      Sub . Engineer, M.S.E.B.33-KV Sub-Station, Ghansawangi    Ph.No.Off. 82232

      ___________

15

Electricity

33KV S/S Wadigodri

A.G. Pathak                 Sub. Engineer, M.S.E.B. , 33-KV Sub -Station, Wadigodri,       Ph.No. Off.81232

      ___________

16

Electricity

33KV S/S Kumbhar Pimpalgaon

S.M. Naik                     Jr. Engineer, M.S.E.B., 33-KV Sub Stn, Kumbhar Pimpalgaon                  Ph.No.Off.85254

      ___________

17

Electricity

33KV S/S Rani Unchegaon

V.B. Kathar                  Sub . Engineer, M.S.E.B.,33KV Sub-Station, Rani Unchegaon                   Ph.No.Off. 71238

      ___________

18

Electricity

33KV S/S Mantha

G.Krishnappa,              Jr. Engineer, M.S.E.B.   33-KV Sub. Station , Mantha                         Ph.No.Off.74336

      ___________

19

Electricity

33KV S/S Satona

A.P. Ban,                     Jr. Engineer, M.S.E.B.   33-KV  SubStation, Satona.                       Ph.No.Off. 72216

      ___________

20

Electricity

33KV S/S Ashti

B.S. Chavan,                Jr. Engineer, M.S.E.B.  33 KV Sub. Stn.Ashti    Ph.No.Off. 75339

      ___________

21

Electricity

33KV S/S Watur

R.P. Dhote,                  Sub Engineer, M.S.E.B.  33KV  Sub. Stn. Watur  Ph.No. Off.71234

      ___________

22

Electricity

33KV S/S Ranjani

D.G. Koranne,               Jr. Engineer, M.S.E.B., 33KV  Sub.Stn. Ranjani. Ph.No. Off. 71243

      ___________

23

Electricity

132KV S/S Partur

P.R. Deshpande           Jr. Engineer, M.S.E.B.  132 KV  Sub. Stn.Partur   Ph. No. Off.21116

      ___________

24

Electricity

132KV S/S Ambad

P.R. Kulkarni             Asstt. Engineer, M.S.E.B.  132 KV  Sub. Stn.Ambad               Ph. No. Off.41289

      ___________

Contact Persons for Public Works Department, Jalna

SR.

NO.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name , Designation , Address , Phone , Fax

1

Building and construction also Rest House

Jalna

D.G.Malekar,         Executive Engineer     PWD, Jalna          Ph.No.Off. 30143      Resi. 30628

K.H. Waghmare,       Superintending Engineer,  PWD, Aurangabad.     Ph.No.Off. 331022      Resi.  331175

Contact Person for Civil Works, Zilla Parishad, Jalna

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge, Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority ,Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

1

 Z.P. (Works)

Jalna

C. M. Machale, Executive , Zilla Parishad, (Works), Jalna, Ph.No. Off. 30887, Resi. 30576

S.G. Joshi, Deputy Executive Engineer , Zilla Parishad, (Works) Jalna                                Ph.No. Off. 32256. Resi. 30012

2

  Z.P. (Agriculture)

  Jalna

S.M.Katkar, Agril. Development Officer, C/O Agricultural Deptt. Zilla Parishad , Jalna .          Ph. No. Off. 30693

V.D.Suryawanshi,  Dist. Agril.  Officer, C/O Agricultural Deptt. Zilla Parishad , Jalna .          Ph. No. Off. 30693

3

 Z.P.( Minor Irrigation )

Jalna

M. B. Sonawane, Executive Engineer  , Minor Irrigation  Zilla Parishad. Jalna,      Ph. No. Off. 30887       Resi. 31821

N.B. Pund , Office Superintendent  Minor Irrigation  Zilla Parishad. Jalna,                Ph. No. Off. 30887  Resi.

List of Contact Persons for Irrigation Department, Jalna

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge, Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority ,Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

1

Engineer

Jalna

S.R. Suryawanshi, Executive Engineer, Jalna Minor Irrigation Division Jalna, Near Motibaug , Jalna. Ph.No.Off. 30436, Resi.30665

________

2

Engineer

Jalna

M.B. Wasatkar, Executive Engineer, Jalna Minor Irrigation Division No.2 Satkar Complex, Jalna. Ph.No. Off. 31726  Resi. 32216

________

3

Engineer

Jalna

S.A. Pathan, Executive Engineer, Jalna Minor Irrigation ( Local Sector) Division  Satkar Complex, Jalna. Ph.No. Off. 32191  Resi. 37744

________

4

Engineer

Jalna

V.D. Dholekar, Sub-Divisional Engineer, Irrigation Sub-Division , Near Motibaag , Jalna. Ph.No.Off. 30436, Resi.

________

5

Wireless Set at Upper Dudhana Medium Project

Somthana Tq. Badnapur

V.G. Waghmare, Sectional Engineer , Upper Dudhana Project, Somthana

V.D. Dholekar, Sub-Divisional Engineer, Irrigation Sub-Division , Near Motibaug , Jalna. Ph.No.Off. 30436, Resi.

6

Wireless Set at  Jui Medium Project, Tq. Bhokardan

Sipora, Tq. Bhokardan

P.B. Kolhe, Section Engineer , Jui Medium Project, Section Sipora, Tq. Bhokardan

V.D. Dholekar, Sub-Divisional Engineer, Irrigation Sub-Division , Near Motibaag , Jalna. Ph.No.Off. 30436, Resi.

7

Wireless Set at Dhamna Medium Project , Selud, Tq. Bhokardan

Selud  Tq. Bhokardan

P.B. Kolhe, Section Engineer , Jui Medium Project, Section Sipora, Tq. Bhokardan

V.D. Dholekar, Sub-Divisional Engineer, Irrigation Sub-Division , Near Motibaug , Jalna. Ph.No.Off. 30436, Resi.

8

Wireless Set at Jivrekha Medium Project, Tembhurni, Tq. Jafrabad

Tembhurni, Tq. Jafrabad

A. G. Kapur, Sectional  Engineer , Jivrekha Project, Section Tembhurni, Tq. Jafrabad

V.D. Dholekar, Sub-Divisional Engineer, Irrigation Sub-Division , Near Motibaug , Jalna. Ph.No.Off. 30436, Resi.

9

Wireless Set at Kalyan Girja  Medium Project , Sawangi , Tq. Jalna

Sawangi, Tq. Jalna

C.S. Pathrikar, Sectional Engineer , Kalyan Girja Medium Project, Ner, Tq. Jalna

V.D. Dholekar, Sub-Divisional Engineer, Irrigation Sub-Division , Near Motibaag , Jalna. Ph.No.Off. 30436, Resi.

10

Wireless Set at  Jalna

Sub-Div. Engineer, Irrigation Sub-Division , Near Motibaug Jalna.

V.D. Dholekar, Sub-Divisional Engineer, Irrigation Sub-Division , Jalna. Ph.No.Off. 30436, Resi.

S.R. Suryawanshi, Executive Engineer,  Minor Irrigation Division Jalna, Near Motibaug , Jalna. Ph.No.Off. 30436, Resi.30665

11

Dams

Ramnagar Tq. Jalna

A.P. Patil, Sectional Engineer , Kalyan Medium Project Section Ramnagar,  Tq. Jalna

________

12

Dams

Watur, Tq. Jalna

B.B. Wagh, Section Engineer , Minor Irrigation Division, Watur, Tq. Partur

________

List of Civil Supply Officers

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge ,    Name , Designation ,    Phone, Fax.

Alternate Authority ,         Name , Designation ,    Phone, Fax.

1

Foodgrains supply

Jalna

District Supply Officer,    Jalna, Collectorate Jalna.                          Ph.No. 32311

Assistant District Supply Officer, Jalna     Ph.No. 32311

2

Foodgrains supply

Jalna Tahsil

Shri.S.S.Pophale, Tahsildar, Tahsil Office, Jalna                Phone No. 30055

Shri. Jadhav, I.O.C.S.  Jalna Tahsil               Phone No. 30055

3

Foodgrains supply

 Bhokardan      Tahsil

Shri.P.S. Piratwad,          Tahsildar, Tahsil Bhokardan                         Phone No. 44271

Shri S.N. Hiliwale,       I.O.C.S. Bhokardan    Tahsil Ph.No.44271

4

Foodgrains supply

Jafrabad          Tahsil

Shri.R.K. Kayande,         Tahsildar, Tahsil            Jafrabad                          Phone No. 72208    

Shri.. R.R.Gadhe,       I.O.C.S. Jafrabad Tahsil Ph.No.72208

5

Foodgrains supply

Badnapur       Tahsil

Tahsildar, Badnapur      Tahsil,                             Phone No. 84407

Shri.H.A. Gavali,         I.O.C.S. Badnapur      Tahsil. Ph.No.84407

6

Foodgrains supply

Partur Tahsil

Shri. Gutte, Tahsildar,   Partur Tahsil Office,       Phone No. 21028

Shri. K.G. Kadam,       I.O.C.S. Partur Tahsil Ph.No. 21028

7

Foodgrains supply

Mantha Tahsil

Shri. M.G. Kulkarni,       Tahsildar, Mantha Tahsil Phone No. 74335 

Shri. M.G.Kulkarni,      I.O.C.S. Mantha         Tahsil, Ph.No. 74335                               

8

Foodgrains supply

Ambad Tahsil

Shri. D.E.Kamble,               Tahsildar, Ambad           Tahsil                   Phone no. 41026      

Shri. S.B. Nikalje,       I.O.C.S. Ambad Tahsil, Ph.No. 41026

9

Foodgrains supply

Ghansawangi   Tahsil

Shri. B.U. Magare,         Tahsildar, Ghansawangi  Tahsil                          Phone No. 82224

Shri. N.K. Kulkarni,     I.O.C.S. Ghansawangi Tahsil, Ph.No. 82224

Statistical Officers in Jalna

SR.NO.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name , Designation , Address , Phone , Fax

1

District statistical Data

Jalna

Shri. K.B. Joshi,         District Statistical Officer,                     Administrative Building , Old Jalna.   Ph.No.Off.30150   

Shri. R.V. Jagtap,          Research Assistant ,      Administrative Building , Old Jalna.                     Ph.No.Off.30150

Forest Officers in Jalna

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge, Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority ,Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

  Forest Office , Jalna (Open reserved forest land adjoining to city     Staff - 15 Nos.    Forest rest house   One jeep )

 Jalna

K.B. Kadam, Range Forest Officer,     Mangal Bazar, Jalna,                         Ph. No. 30355

N.M. Paingavhane, Assistant Conservator of  Forests                    Mangal Bazar, Jalna,                         Ph. No. 30355

Social Welfare Officers in Jalna

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge, Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority ,Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

1

FOR EDUCATION               Govt. Hostel for Boys & Girls in each tahsil place       ( Facility residential , clothing , bedding and free food )

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

1. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Govt. Boys Hostel Jalna. 2. Sant Ramdas Govt. Boys  Hostel  Jalna.                  3  Babasaheb Ambedkar Govt. Boys Hostel Ambad.   4. BC & BC Girls Hostel Jalna                                       5 BC& BC Girls Hostel, Ambad

2

Ashram schools for VJNT and  S.C. FOR STD 1 TO 10, Facility residential , clothing , bedding and free food

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

1. Shivaji Ashram 

    School , Shivni, Tq.  

    Jalna.              

2. Madhyamic Ashram    School ( Public School) Shivni, taluka Jalna.                                                               3. Madhyamic Ashram School ( Public School ) Ashti, Tq. Partur  

4. Bhante Nagsen Ashram school Vakhari  Wadgaon, Tq. Jalna

3

Physically handicapped school for blind , Orthopaedically, deaf and dumb and mentally affected for class 1 to 7th standard.

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

1. Guru Ganesh Blind  

    School Jalna                          2. Apang Nivasi

    Vidyalaya Jalna                                3. Kotamwar Babasaheb   Naik Deaf and Dumb  Nivasi school Jalna

4

Old age home for poor, needy age group male 60 years and females 55 years.

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

1. Matoshri Vridhashram Kajala,                             Tq. Badnapur  District  Jalna

5

Balwadi 20 to 40 children of tender ages.

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

 District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

6

Aided hostel in each taluka

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

_____________

7

Housing :               Backward class  Coop. Housing for SC and  VJNT.

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

_____________

8

Seed money for specially handicapped  persons 20 % of the loan about subsidy upto Rs. 25,000=00

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

9

Vasantrao Naik Vimukta Jati / Bhatkya Jamati Mahamandal for  V.J.N.T.

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

10

Mahatma Phule Backward Class Development Corporation  Ltd . for S.C. S.T. V.J.N.T., O.B.C.

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

11

Margin Money loan Scheme

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

_____________

12

Special Central assistance

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

_____________

13

Lokshahir Annabhau Sathe Vikas Mandal for Matang Community.

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

_____________

14

Special Component Plan for Scheduled Caste and Neobuddhas

Jalna

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna, Ph. No. Off.31354

_____________

15

Rehabilitation :--  Improvement of Harijan Bastis in rural and urban areas facilities of drinking water supply , approach road , electrification , Samaj Mandir , Drainage, Water Tank, Rs.2,50,000 for each Harijan Basti

Bamnote, District Social Welfare Officer, Jalna. Ph.No.Off. 31354

16

Economic Uplift/ Development                     1. Tailoring class for self Employment for Women only                                  2. Typing Classes to get a self employment to backward class students

Jalna

District Mahila & Balkalyan Officer Jalna

17

Destitute Home                For Orphan boys & girls for their rehabilitation age group 0 to16 years. facility clothe, bedding, and free food

18

Balsadan  :                     For orphan boys & girls for their rehabilitation age group   0 to 16 years facility cloths, bedding and free food

19

Certified Schools   :          for  festivities orphans and  children age 8 to18

20

Observations    :          Home  Age as above ,        8 to18                       Seniors & Juniors

21

Working Women's Hostels  For service lady , immediate residential facility for lady

List of Contact Persons for Transport Facilities

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge, Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority ,Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

1

S.T.BUSES (Passenger

travelling )

Jalna Divn. office

S.J. Sontake, Divisional Controller, Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation  Divisional Office , Jalna.                 Ph.No. Off. 30532,                  Resi. 33108

S.S. Lodh , Divisional Traffic Officer , Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation, Divisional  Office, Jalna                       Ph.No. Off. 30497 Resi. 30590

2

S.T.BUSES (Passenger

 travelling )

Jalna Depot

M.D. Sawargaonkar,   Depot Manager Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation  Divisional Office , Jalna.                 Ph.No. Off. 30497,                  Resi.

G.D. Kabade ,              Asstt. Works Supddt.                           S.R. Chavan ,     Asstt. Traffic Supdt., Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation, Divisional  Office, Jalna                       Ph.No. Off. 30497 Resi.

3

S.T.BUSES (Passenger

 travelling )

Ambad Depot

N.S. Bhanap,   Depot Manager Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation , Ambad Depot, Ambad.                 Ph.No. Off. 41065,                  Resi.

R.S. Khandagale, Asstt. Works Supdt.  A.D. Aghav       Asstt. Traffic Supdt.       Ph.No. Off. 41065

4

S.T.BUSES (Passenger

 travelling )

Jafrabad Depot

S.B. Jadhav,   Depot Manager Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation  , Jafrabad Depot, Jafrabad.                 Ph.No. Off. 2270,                  Resi.

T.P. Dounge,     Traffic Inspector     Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation, Jafrabad, Depot Jafrabad. Ph.No.Off. 2270    Resi.               

5

S.T.BUSES (Passenger

 travelling )

Partur Depot

N.N. Salve,   Depot Manager Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation   , Prater Depot, Prater.                

S.B. Ekhande , Traffic Inspector ,  Maharashtra State Road Transport  Corporation, Partur Depot, Partur     Ph.No. Off. 21102    Resi            

List of Contact Persons for Railway Facilities

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge, Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority ,Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

1

Railway Facilities

Jalna

R. Subba Rao , Assistant Engineer , South Central Railway Station , Jalna     Ph. No. Off. 31350  Resi.               

B.B. Sharma , Section Engineer, Permanent Way Office ,               S.C. Railway, Jalna,            Ph. No. Off. 31350,   Resi.           

List of Contact Persons for Groundwater Survey

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge, Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority ,Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

1

G.S.D.A.

JALNA

J.M. Bapat,                 Sr. Geologist, Old Z.P. Premises, Kacheri Road, Jalna.           Ph.No. Off. 30219,    Res. 30280.

G.M. Pathrikar,                  Asstt. Geologist,  S.T. Colony, Ambad Road, Jalna         

List of Contact Persons in Town Planning and Valuation Department

S.NO.

Facilities / resource

Location

Authority Incharge , Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority , Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

1

Town Planning and Valuation Department Jalna

Survey No. 488 Administrative

D.K. Dhote , Town Planner , Jalna , Ph.No. Off. 32270

NIL

2

Valuation Department      Jalna Branch

Admn. Bldg. Jalna

Administrative Building, Jalna Ph.No. 32278

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List of Contact Persons for Soil Conservation

S.No.

Facility/Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation, address, Phone, Fax.

Alternate Authority Name Designation, Address, Ph. ,Fax.

1

Soil Conservation

Raj Bldg. SRP Rd. Jalna

Sanjay Govardhan Padwal, Divisional Soil Conservation Officer, (SC) Jalna.                   Ph. Off. 30513

Ashok Parasram Gaikwad, Technical Officer, Divisional Soil Conservation Officer, Jalna. Ph. No. 30513

List of Social Organisations in Jalna

SR.NO.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name , Designation , Address , Phone , Fax

1

Lions Club of Jalna

Jalna

Dr. Rajendra P. Karwa  President, Lions Club Jalna.                         Karwa Surgical Clinic,  Dr. R.P. Road, Jalna    Ph.No. Hosp.30004/ 34004                         Resi. 30903 / 21009

Dr. B.D. Shrotriya,           Secretary, Murari Nagar,  College Road, Jalna.        Ph.No.Off.31117              

2

Leo Club Of Jalna

Jalna

Shri. P.R. Agrawal,       President Leo Club , R.P. Road, Opp. Ram Mandir, Jalna.              Ph. No. Off. 30562

S.B. Agrawal,                  Secretary Leo Club, Jalna. Dana Bazar, Jalna.         

List of Animal Husbandry Officers in Jalna

S.No.

Facility /Resources

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation, Address, Phone, Fax.

Alternate Authority Name, Designation, Address, Phone, Fax

1

Administrative Head

Jalna

Dr.B.D. Thakur, District  Animal Husbandry    Officer ,   Zilla Parishad,Jalna. Phone No. Off. 30887/30307-243 Resi.30082

2

Veterinary Health Cover

Ambad

Livestock  Development Officer, Veterinary Department , Grade I Ambad

Livestock Development Officer, ( Ext.) Panchayat Samiti , Ambad.

3

Veterinary Health Cover

Bhokardan

Livestock  Development Officer, Veterinary Department , Grade I Bhokardan

Livestock Development Officer,(Ext.) Panchayat Samiti,  Bhokardan.

4

Veterinary Health Cover

Jafrabad

Livestock  Development Officer, Veterinary Department , Grade I , Jafrabad.

Livestock Development Officer, (Ext.) Panchayat Samiti , Jafrabad.

5

Veterinary Health Cover

Partur

Livestock  Development Officer, Veterinary Department , Grade I,  Prater.

Livestock Development Officer, (Ext.) Panchayat Samiti, Partur.

List of Rural Development and Media Persons in Jalna

SR.NO.

Facility

/Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation, Address, Phone, Fax.

Alternate Authority Name,  Designation, Address, Ph. ,Fax.

1

Rural Development

Jalna

Dr. B.N. Gite, Project Director, District Rural Development Agency , Jalna. Ph.No. Off. 30129, Fax. 30129

A.W. Saudagar, Assistant Project Director, (Agril), District Rural Development Agency, Jalna, Ph.No. 30129 Resi. 30129

2

Mass Media

Jalna

S.R. Bharti , Dist. Information Officer , Administrative Building, Jalna Ph.No. Off. 30104   Resi. 30476

C.U. Sangode , Information Assistant  District Information Office , Jalna, Ph. No. Off. 30104

 

3

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

D.T.Paigavhane, Editor, Daily Andolan Railway Station Road, Jalna  Ph.No. Off. 32757  Resi. 

 

4

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

L.T. Paigavhane , Editor, Daily Ramvichar , Mastgadh Jalna Ph.No.Off. 32766 Resi

 

5

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Ajay Patwari, Editor Daily Anibani Phool Bazar, Jalna Ph.No. Off. 32204

 

6

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Shashikant Patwari , Editor Daily Asantosh, Rajendra Prasad Road Jalna Ph.No. 32112

 

7

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Laxman Raut, Editor Daily Jalna Darshan, Malipura, Jalna, Ph.No.Off. 31765

 

8

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Ramesh Khot, Editor Daily Matsyodari, Chatrapati Colony , Jalna Ph.No. 31984

 

9

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Shah Mehmood , Editor Daily Pukar, Mastgadh , Jalna   Ph.No.

 

10

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Subhash Bhalerao, Editor Daily Namantar, Malives, Jalna Ph.No.Off. 33470

 

11

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Sanjay Bharatiya, Editor , Daily Krishnaniti, Modikhana, Jalna, Ph. No. 31748

 

12

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Sunil Joshi . Representative , Daily Lokmat, Lakkadkot, Jalna, Ph.No. Off.32610

 

13

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Suresh Kesapurikar, Representative of Daily Tarun Bharat , Lakkadkot , Jalna, Ph.No.Off. 33480

 

14

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Bhagwan Kale, Representative of Daily Loksatta , Mastgadh, Jalna Ph.No. 33320

 

15

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

 Bhaskar Deshmukh, Representative of Daily Lokvijay, Nehru Road, Jalna Ph.No. 31691

 

16

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Ganesh Jalgaonkar, Representative of Daily Samna, Lakkadkot, Jalna Ph.No.32752

 

17

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Ramesh Bagdi , Representative of Daily Lokmat Samachar, Lakkadkot, Jalna Ph.No. 32610

 

18

Mass Media

Jalna

Makarand Jahagirdar, Representative of Daily Sakal ,Ganpati Galli , Jalna, Ph.No.Off. 33221

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19

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Shuns Kulkarni, Representative of Daily Ajintha , Lakkadkot , Jalna, Ph.No.Off. 31366

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20

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Bharat Dhapte, Representative of Daily Duniyadari , Lakkadkot , Jalna, Ph.No.Off. 20030

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21

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Omprakash Chaudhari, Representative of Daily Nav Maratha ,Gavalipura , Jalna, Ph.No.

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22

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Ankush Deshmukh, Special Representative  , Income Tax Colony , Jalna, Ph.No.31790

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23

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

S. Alma Khan, Representative ,Daily Abad Times , Penshnpura , Jalna, Ph.No.

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24

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Vijay Saklecha, Representative , Daily Ekmat , Nehru Road , Jalna, Ph.No.32877

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25

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Digmbar Shinde, Representative Of Daily Lokpatra, Jalna, Ph.No.33330

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26

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Ram Kadam, Representative of Daily Mahanagar, Mastgadh, Jalna, Ph.No.21512

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27

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Dilip Rathi,  Editor,  Daily Parshwabhumi, Modikhana, Jalna, Ph.No.31750

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28

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Abdul Matin . Representative , Daily Rahebar, Pensionpura, Jalna, Ph.No.

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29

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Ayesha Khan , Daily  Citizen, Nehru Road , Jalna, Ph.No.

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30

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Ravindra Oza, Near Sadar Bazar, Police Station Jalna, Ph.No.Resi. 31374

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31

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Deval Cable TV Centre , Jalna, Ph. No. Resi. 31331

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32

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

K.P.Vision, Karwa Nagar, Jalna. Ph.No. Shop 33972

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33

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Vinod Jaiswal , Near Rural Police Station , Ramnagar, Jalna, Ph.No.

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34

Newspaper agency Media persons

Jalna

Prashant Gadhe, Near Gandhi Chaman , Old Jalna, Ph.No.33355

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List of Cable T.V. Operators in Jalna

Sr. No.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge, Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority ,Name , Designation , Address, Phone, Fax

1

Cable TV Disc

Janna

Shri. Ravindra  Oza, Near Sadar Bazar Police Station , Jalna. Ph.No. Resi. 31374

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2

Devol Disk Cable Centre

Jalna

Shri. Devol Cable -TV Centres, Kadrabad, Jalna. Ph.No.Resi. 31331

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3

K.P. Vision & Cable Discs

Jalna

K.P. Visions, Karwa -Nagar, New Jalna, Ph.No. Shop- 33972

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4

Prachi Disc

Jalna

Vinod Jaiswal, Near , Rural Police Station, Ram- Nagar, Jalna. Ph.No.

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5

Cable TV Disc

Jalna

Prashant Gadhe , Near Gandhi Chaman, Old Jalna  Ph.No.

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6

Cable TV Disc

Old Jalna

Bharat Doke, C/o C.D. Deshpande , Kacheri Road , Old Jalna,Ph. No.

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List of Contact Persons in Education Department

S.No.

facility/

resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation, address, Phone, Fax.

Alternate Authority Name, Designation, Address, Phone, fax

1

Educational Institutions  Jeep MZY 3792 Pri. edu.

Jalna Dist.  Jalna

R.S. Mogal,     Education Officer  , (Primary) Z.P. Jalna   Ph. No. 30307 Ext.235--0 Res. 30319

M.K. Deshmukh ,                 Dy. Education Officer, (Pri.)   Z.P. Jalna  Ph.No. Off. 30307     Ext. 236--0

2

Jeep MH-12-P-0559   Second and Higher Secondary Edu.

Jalna

Vacant, Education Officer (Secondary) Z.P. Jalna.       Ph.No. Off. 30307 Ext. 240--0 Res. 30380 Additional Charge Shri Mogal R.S. (E.O.)

R.M. Ighare, Dy. Education Officer (Sec.) Z.P. Jalna PH.No. Off. 30307 Ext. 238--0

3

Staff-16            Jeep MZZ 480

Jalna

G.N. Shirsath, Dist. Adult Education Officer, Central Building Jalna.Ph.No.Off.30541

S. R. Shinde,   Project  Officer, District Adult   Education officer, Jalna    Ph.No. Off.30541

4

Staff-03

Jalna

S.A.Waheed, Asst. Project Officer, Panchayat Samiti, (Education) Jalna. Ph.No. Off.30192

S.G.Walimbe, Supervisor B.K.Patil, Supervisor Panchayat Samiti (Education) Jalna. Ph.No.Off.30192

5

Staff-04

Ambad

R.S.Khandagale, Asst. Project  Officer, Panchayat Samiti (Education) Ambad Ph.No.Off.41022

B.C.Patil, S.K.Kayande, and  S.V.Deshmukh Supervisors, Panchayat Samiti  (Education) Ambad, Ph.No.Off.21046

6

Staff-04

Partur

A.N. More , Asst. Project Officer Panchayat Samiti, (Education) Partur Phone No. Off. 21046

S.K. Ambhire, & S.B. Deshpande, Supervisors Panchayat Samiti (Education) Partur Phone No.21046

7

Staff-03

Bhokardan

N.N. Andhale,  Asst.Project Officer , Panchayat Samiti, (Education) Bhokardan Phone No. Off.72203

B.D. Pawal and P.L. Rathod, Supervisors Panchayat Samiti (Education) Bhokardan Phone No. Off.4207

8

Staf-02

Jafrabad

G.S. Wargane, Asst.Project Officer Panchayat Samiti, (Education) Jafrabad Phone No. Off.72203

G.V. Shewale, Supervisor, Panchayat Samiti, (Education) Jafrabad Phone No. Off.72203

FACILITIES AND RESOURCES AVAILABLE WITH  EXECUTIVE ENGINEER, ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING WORKS JALNA.

 

S.

No.

Facility/ Resource

Location

Authority Incharge , Name , Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate authority , Name , Designation, Address , Phone, fax

1

Water supply arrangement for urban and rural area

Jalna

B.E. Chavan ,      Executive Engineer, Environmental Engineering Works Sub. Div. Ambad.,                 Ph. No. Off. 30262,            Resi . 30237

R.R. Patni,Sectional Engineer, environmental Engg. Works Div. Jalna          Ph. No. Off. 30262     

2

Water Supply Arrangement for Taluka Ambad,       Ghansawangi , Jalna  and   Badnapur     

Ambad

U.B. Deshmukh,          Sub Div. Engineer Environmental Engineering  Works Sub Div. Ambad  Ph. No. 51328        

S.N. Choundiya        Sectional Engineer,     Environmental Engineering Works Sub Div Ambad                    Ph.No. Off. 52328

3

Water Supply arrangement for Talukas Bhokardan , and Jafrabad

Bhokardan

R.D. Mundkar              Sub-Divisional Engineer     Environmental Engineering Works  Sub-Div.Bhokardan Ph. No. Off. 44403

R.B. Shejul               Junior Engineer, Environmental Works  Sub-Div. Bhokardan                    Ph. No. Off.44403

4

Water Supply arrangement for Taluka Partur and Mantha

Partur

B.V. Deshmukh           Sub-Divisional Engineer ,    Environmental Engineering Works Sub-Division Partur Ph. No. Off. 21069

S.S. Patel                  Junor Engineer , Environmental Engineering Works         Sub-Division Partur                            Ph. No. Off. 21069

Contact Person for Pollution Control in Jalna

No.

Facilities/Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name , Designation,  Address, Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name, Designation, Address, Phone, Fax

1

Analysis of waste water samples  and air samples at regional laboratory M.P.C.Board, Aurangabad

P2 MIA Bldg. Station Rd, MIDC Area, Aurangabad.

Regional Officer, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board,  P2 Mia Bldg. Station Road, MIDC Area Aurangabad.

Sub-Regional Officer, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, P-2, Mia Bldg. Station Road, MIDC Area, Aurangabad Jr. Scientific Officer, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, P-2, Mia Bldg. Station  Road, MIDC Area, Aurangabad

Contact Person for S.R.P.F. in Jalna

SR. NO.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name , Designation , Address , Phone , Fax

1

State Reserve Police Force, Gr.XII Hingoli Camp Jalna

Jalna

E.P. Kalpatri, Commandant , S.R.P.F. Gr. XII Hingoli Camp Jalna . C/O S.R.P.F.    Gr. III Premises Nanded Road, Jalna, Dist. Jalna. Ph.No. Off. 30828       Fax 30828

S.R. Kamble, Adjutant, S.R.P.F. Gr. III Hingoli Camp Jalna. C/O S.R.P.F. Gr.III Premises Nanded Road , Jalna, Dist. Jalna

2

Armed Forces Unit , Grade III, Jalna

Jalna

R.N. Dahate , Commandant, S.R.P.F. Gr. III Jalna.                   Ph. No.Off. 30902 Fax.30902

J.K.Khillare , Adjuntant, S.R.P.F. Grade III Jalna, Ph.No. 30902 Fax 30902

Contact Person for Fire Brigade in Jalna

SR. NO.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name , Designation , Address , Phone , Fax

1

Fire Brigade, Municipal Council Jalna

Devalgaonraja  road, Jalna.

M.N.Hire, Chief Officer, Municipal Council, Jalna Ph 30432,Resi.30453

K. R. Pinamkar, Station Officer , Fire Brigade , Devalgaon Road, Jalna. Ph. No. Off.  30101, Resi. 33101

Contact Persons for Medical Emergencies in Jalna

SR. NO.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name , Designation , Address , Phone , Fax

1

Medical

Jalna

Dr. Pimparkar,      Civil Surgeon,         General Hosptal, Jalna.   

     Ph. No. Off. 30381,             Resi. 30250

Dr. Mahajan, Resident Medical Officer, General Hospital, Jalna.     Ph.No.30728, 32169   Resi. 30729

2

Medical

Rural Hosp. Ambad

Dr. Somani , Medical Surgeon , Rural Hospital Ambad            Ph. No. 41098

Dr. Gothwal, Medical Surgeon , Rural Surgeon Ambad

3

Medical

Rural Hosp. Partur

Dr. Deshpande , Medical Surgeon Rural Hospital Partur  Ph.No. 21293

Dr. Dixit, Medical Surgeon, Rural Hospital, Partur

4

Medical

Rural Hosp. Bhokardan

Dr. Rathod , Medical Surgeon, Rural Surgeon , Rural Hospital, Bhokardan  , Ph. No. 02485

Dr. Rajput, Medical Surgeon, Rural Hospital Bhokardan

5

Medical

Rural Hosp. Mantha

Dr. Sanap , Medical Surgeon  Rural Hospital Mantha            Ph. No. 74357

Dr. Herkar, Medical Surgeon , Rural Hospital Mantha

6

Medical

Rural Hosp. Tembhurni

Dr. Deevyaveer, Medical Surgeon , Rural Hospital Tembhurni     Ph. No. 62234

Dr. Poheragaonkar, Medical Surgeon Rural Hospital Tembhurni

Contact Persons for N.C.C. in Jalna

SR.NO.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name , Designation , Address , Phone , Fax

1

N.C.C.(50 Batalian N.C.C) College student Volunteers.

Jalna

Shri. R. S. Shrimali, Lt., J.E.S. College, Jalna. Ph. No. 32880. Fax. No. ---

Shri. Patil Chief. Officer, C. T. M. K. High School,  Near Mutha Building, Jalna. Ph. -- Fax. --

2

Jalna Bharat Scout and Guide District Association.

Jalna

Shri. S. S. Deshpande, District Scout Officer, Jalna Bharat Scout and Guide, C/o Z. P. Girls High School College Road. Jalna. Ph. 32325 (Resi.) Fax. --

Shri. Sukhalal Jain, Secretary Jalna Bharat Scout and Guide District Association C/o Kushal Electronics, New Bazar Jalna. Ph. -- Fax. --

Contact Person for Telegraph in Jalna

SR.NO.

Facility / Resource

Location

Authority Incharge Name, Designation , Address , Phone, Fax

Alternate Authority Name , Designation , Address , Phone , Fax

1

Telegraph Office

Jalna

Shri. R. S. Tadurwar, J.T. O. Incharge, Telegraph Office, Gandhi Chamber, Sarojani Devi Road, Jalna Ph. 30771(Off) Ph. 30908 (Resi.) Fax. 30499

Shri. V. R. Pimparkar, Sr. T. O. A., Telegraph Office, Jalna Ph. 30771(Off) Fax. 30499

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