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Research papers presented by FDDI, Rohtak staff during the ‘National Seminar on Disaster Management and Cleanliness’

Two research papers were presented by the staff of Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI), Rohtak during the ‘National Seminar on Disaster Management and Cleanliness’ held at Shobhit University, Meerut.

The daylong seminar, which was held on 16th October 2018, was organized by School of Business Studies, Shobhit University, Meerut & the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.

The main focus of the seminar was on the application of Management, Engineering and Technology, Social and Policy aspects for the implementation of Disaster Management.

The seminar was a union of nearly 150 people from the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University & Shobhit University, Meerut including Prof. (Dr.) A.P. Garg - Vice Chancellor, Dr. Poonam Devdatt – Director, School of Business Studies, Mr. Vijay Kumar Singh – Registrar, Mr. Ashok Gupta - Dean Shobhit University, Meerut and other staff members.

A total of 18 papers were presented from the pool of University of Brahma Kumaris, Senior staff member team of Shobhit University, Meerut, Ph.D. and M. Phil. scholars, students of Shobhit University and other institutions who were also awarded with certificate.

During the seminar, a research paper was presented by Mr. Shyam Katiyar – HoD, Footwear Department (FD) on the topic “A Study of Government Initiatives towards the Control of Natural & Man-made Disaster”.        

The paper conceptualized promoting a culture of prevention, preparedness and resilience at all levels through knowledge, innovation and education.

Another research paper was presented by Mr.  Ashok Kumar Sahai - Jr. Consultant, FD on the topic “A theoretical perspective of Man-made Disasters System: Its impact on Societal structure”. The major emphasis of this paper was on the pollution cause by the leather tanneries and synthetic footwear industry.

The audiences were all ears to listen to the experts valued inputs and the papers were appreciated by all.