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INDEX

Sl. No. Subject matter Page No.

1. Map of Gomati District. 3

2. Introduce and Multi Hazard Disaster Management plan 4-5

3. Disaster Management Plan 6

4. Diagram of DDMP 7

5. Disaster Negative and positive Aspects 8

6. Hazards in Gomati District and assessment of crop to be damage due to naturalcal

9-10

7. Type of Disaster 11

8. Impact of Natural Disaster, landslide, earthquake, typhoon ,tornado ,Hailstorm, Heat wave attack.

12-13

9. Fire Accident 14

10. Gomati District at a glance 15-18

11. Rain fall received during 2013 18

12. District Disaster Management authority 19

13. District Disaster Management Committee. 20

14. Udaipur Sub-Divisional Disaster Management & NGO coordination committee 21-23

15. Amarpur Sub-Divisional Committee 24

16. Karbook Sub-divisional Committee 25

17. Karbook Quick Response team 26

18. RD Block Disaster Management committee:-KBK,SLC, KIL, Name & contact No of different GP of Amarpur, OMP,KBN, MTB, etc. Tepania

27-35

19. List of equipment with TSR 5th Bn, SDM Amarpur, Karbook and Udaipur 36-38

20. Nominal roll of trains personnel in TSR 5th Bn, Duluma 38-40

21. List of equipment available with PWD and Private Agency 41-42

22. S.P Gomati field level officer 42-43

23. District Level committee for forest area 43

24. List of nodal officer of different offices 44-46

25. District Level Core team 46-48

26. District Level Quick Response team 48-54

27. Description of vulnerable area of Gomati District and response mechanism 55-73

28. District Education office and nodal officer, NSS/ NCC Unit. 74-77

29. Shelter houses 78-81

30. Different Shelter Houses selected by Shelter Management Team 81-83

31. Medical and first AID team and contact detail of Major Hospital &QR Team 83-89

32. Role of ARDD in Disaster Management 90-92

33. Quick Response team of PWD(R&B) 92-97

34. List of NGOs 98-99

35. Map showing flood prone area Udaipur and Dumbur lake 100-101

36. Cropping pater, livelihood, Drinking water, irrigation, communication facility of MTB,KIl,KBK, AMP,KBK,OMP

101-112

37. List of Helipad 112-113

38. Resource available with SP(G),Fire service, TSECL, DWS, PWD(R&B), 113-116

39. Alternate Route 117

40. Recourse available with Food Deptt., ARDD, RD Blocks 118-125

41. Control Room 126-127

42. Working programme of transmission flood warning message 128-129

43. Existing Gauge Station 130

44. Zoning of Flood prone area 131-133

45. Identified Relief camp and etc. 133 – 143.

46 Strengthening Embankment, Mock drill, Evacuation Search and rescue, and etc. 143-163

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INTRODUCTION

With the 73rd

and 74th

amendment to the constitution of India in 2005 the Disaster Management

Act was enacted under the concurrence list of the constitution of India . This act comprises 79

sections and 11 chapters.This act provides for the prerequisite institutional mechanism for

monitoring and implementation of plans. It ensures measures by various wings of the Government

for the prevention and mitigation of disasters.

With the enactment of disaster management act 2005 ,National policy on Disaster Management was

framed in 2005. All State Governments have been directed to implement the National policy on

Disaster Management to safeguard the safety of people, property and ensure developmental

planning giving importance to the pre disaster preparedness.

Preparedness rather than post – crisis management, co-ordinated participatory approach,

technology upgradation and deployment, information as a tool for disaster management,

recognition of linkages between disasters and development, connecting specific programmes for

management of natural disasters, forecasting and warning using latest technology, are some of the

important features of disaster management.

Natural disasters are flood, cyclone, landslide, hailstorm, earthquake and Tsunami.In

Tripura it is observed from the records of last 50 years, mostly widespread flood affected the people

of Tripura in different years. In the years 1983, 1993, 94, 2003, 2004, the people of Tripura

experienced the divastating flood. In some years, cyclone hailstorm, landslide, and earthquake also,

damaged lives and property. Recently cyclone and thunderstorm are playing a disastrous role for

the loss of life and property in Tripura. Three persons died of thunderstorm in the months of may

and June 2012 under Gomati District. Necessary steps have been taken to provide financial help to

the families of the victims.

Flood is the most common and widespread natural calamity in Tripura . Literally Tripura

stands for Twi which means water and Para which implies land. Tripura thus stands for land with

water. Average rainfall is over 250cms annually in Tripura. This state is one of the highly flood

prone States in our country. The perennial rainfall is concentrated in few months as shown in the

graph and more than thousand hectares of land is prone to flood and causing damage to houses,

industries, public utilities, agricultural crops, cattle& animals and property resulting in huge

economic losses, apart from loss of lives. Though it is not possible to control the flood totally, by

adopting suitable structural and non-structural measures the flood damages can be minimized.

Average annual rainfall in the district is about 2090 mm. Rain is brought by the South -West

Monsoon, which normally comes in the month of May with maximum intensity of rainfall during

June-July.

Gomati is the major river in Gomati District. This river originates from hill ranges of this

state and flows down to Bangladesh after traversing through narrow valleys. In addition to that

there are numerous Cherras which pour water into the river. The River is flashy and meandering in

nature. 70% of the catchments lies in hills and as such bed slopes are very steep and the velocity of

flood discharges is also high. Traditional Jhum cultivation, extensive deforestation aggravates the

flood intensity/ damages.

Un-usual erosion of banks also creates tremendous problems to protect the district and sub-

divisional towns, villages and other permanent structures and borderlands on the riverbanks.

As the river flows through narrow valleys, there is also little scope to construct

embankments on both the banks leaving away adequate waterway. There is also little scope for

taking up flood control reservoir project due to constraints in shifting & rehabilitation of people -

mostly tribal.

Gomati District along with the other part of the state of Tripura faced severe Flood in the

year 1983, 1993 and 2004.

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MULTI - HAZARD DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN

2014-15

WHY IS IT

The purpose of preparing District Disaster Management Action Plan (DDMAP) is –

a) To ascertain the status of existing resources and facilities available with the various agencies

involved in the management of disaster in the District.

b) Assess their adequacies and short falls if any in providing a multi- disaster response.

c) Suggest institutional strengthening, technology support, up gradation of information system and

data management for improving the quality of administrative responses to disaster at the

district level and finally,

d) To evolve DDMAP as an effective managerial tool.

MAIN OBJECTIVE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT

a. Promoting a culture of prevention, preparedness and resilience at all levels through

knowledge, innovation and education.

b. Encouraging mitigation measures based on technology, tradition wisdom and environmental

sustainability.

c. Mainstreaming disaster management into the developmental planning precess.

d. Establishing institutional and technolegal frameworks to create and enabling regulatory

environment and a compliance regime.

e. Ensuring efficient mechanism for identification, assessment and monitoring of disaster

risks.

f. Ensuring efficient response and relief

g. Undertaking reconstruction as an opportunity to build disaster resilient structure.

h. Promoting a productive and pro active partnership with the media for disaster management.

i. Ensuring co ordination among various departments and relief agencies related to disaster.

j) Capacity building to reduce risks.

k) Wide spread awarness campaign with training.

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DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN

2014 – 2015

A formal planning for managing disaster is therefore necessary to ensure minimum

lose of life and property . This can be achieved only through planned management of

disaster :-In the absence of a defined plan, response to a disaster would be arbitrary leading to

over emphasis of some actions or other actions, which would be critical. Moreover, due to

absence of a defined response structure and allocations of responsibilities, there would be

mismanagement of resources and overlap of actions among various agencies, which may

exacerbate the situation there by compounding the disaster effect.

District Disaster Management Plan is useful at pre-disaster stage, when warnings could be

issued, for example, that flood is imminent. The plan again serves as guide to officials at the

critical time and precious time is saved which might otherwise be lost in consultations with

senior officers and getting formal approval from authorities. As it is neither economical nor

practicable to protect every item and the entire population against calamitous situations,

response plans are formulated for relief, rehabilitation and restoration by separate agencies.

District Disaster Management plan is an operational module for the district administration, how

to mitigate the different types of disaster effectively with the locally available resources and

personnel and to provide the distressed people with immediate relief. It also ensures a checklist

for all the stakeholders for an action oriented response structure and to study their preparedness

level.

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Diagram of the DDMP (DISTRICT DISASTER MANGEMENT PL

DEVELOPMENTAL

PLANNING PROCESS

DISTRCT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN

PREVENTION MITIGATION PREPAREDNESS

DISASTER

RECOVERY RELIEF RESPONSE

PRE DISASTER

PHASE

POST

DISASTE

R

PHASE

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Disasters: Negative and Positive Aspects Aspects Negative Aspects Positive Aspects

D Damage Development

I Interruption Innovation S Severe Sharing

A Antagonistic Awareness S Scourge Self-sufficiency

T Traumatic Transformation

E Emergency Education

R Risk Resilience

Goals of Disaster Management Plan

• Minimize losses to lives and infrastructure.

• Reduce the risks associated with disasters through timely measures,

short-term and long-term policies.

• Provide required assistance to communities during and after the

disasters.

• Ensure rapid and sustained recovery and rehabilitation after the

occurrence of disasters.

What is Hazard

Hazard is a natural event. It is the occurrence, at a given site, of a physical

phenomenon capable of causing loss.

HAZARD VULNERABLITY IN INDIA

India is traditionally vulnerable to natural hazards as its geo climatic and social conditions are

distinct in many ways. Flood, droughts, cyclones, Earthquake, Landslides, Avalanches and Tsunamis

has been a recurrent phenomenon effecting around 85% of its geographical area.

60% of Landmass prone to Earth quake.

40 million hectors ( 8%) of landmass prone to floods.

8000 km. Long coast line with two cyclone seasons.

Hilly regions vulnerable to avalanches, landslide, hillstone,cloud bursts.

Drought - low and medium rainfall region which constitute 68% of the total area

vulnerable to drought.

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Different types of man made hazards.

One million houses get damaged annually , in addition to human , economic, social

and other losses.

HAZARDS IN GOMATI DISTRICT

Natural hazards ( geo –climatic ) in different Sub-Divisions under Gomati District, are occurred in

different seasons in every year. It is observed that mainly flood , cyclone , hailstorm , affect most of

the parts of Udaipur, Amarpur and partially Korbook area.

List of different areas to be affected by natural hazards like flood , drought,hailstorm, cyclone ;

1) Udaipur :- Kushamara , Palatana , Lolunga , Mirza , Tulamura , Khilpara , Baishnabichar,

Rajdharnagar , Fulkumari no -1 , Hadra , Shalgarah , Kishorganj , Rajnagar, Pitra , Laxmipati

, Photamati, Chandrapur , Murapara , Amtali.

2) Amarpur :- Bampur ( Samatal para) , Birganj , KamariaKhola, Mailak , Rangamati , Kamlai

, Sangong , Baishyamanipara , Dhanlekha , Nagrai , Natunbazar ,

3) Karbook:-Tirthamukh, Silachari.

Assesment of crop to be damaged due to natural calamity ( flood )

i) Udaipur paddy/Vegetable/ Jute= 2350 ha.

ii) Amarpur Paddy/ Vegetable/ Jute = 138 ha.

As per information of disaster management authority of India, North Eastern states are Earth

quake prone . In Tripura like other districts, Gomati District is also under the red zone of

earthquake.

Pre-disaster

a) Preparation of plan and preparatory steps. ( Necessary initiave is taken to arrange for District

level Sub-Division level and Block level yearly plan for Disaster Management.Various line

Departments i.e. P.W.D , A.R.D.D , , Education , Fire service , Forest , S.P ( police ) , T.S.R ,

have submitted plan ( DM for the year 2013-14, 2014-15)

b) Identification of catchments area and familiarity roads, alternative roads and bridges.

c) Preparation of plan for shifting people

d) Training on disaster control ( District Administration has taken steps to organise awarness

campign with effective mock drill throughout the district every month for the year 2013 – 14)

e) Selection of shelter house (Which have already been done by the Shelter management team)

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f) District level / Sub Division level / Block level Control rooms are operational ( steps have

also been taken to open control room in other District level offices for maintaining co

ordination )

g) Sending of current situation report to the Revenue Department.( Steps have been taken to

collect current situation report from all sub divisions under Gomati District. )

h) Maintaining linkage with the members of PRI bodies..

i) Collection of relief materials.( Relief materials are stored in sub division level and district

level )

j) Organizing awareness and wide publicity among the people about disaster management –

Safety and Security to life and property.

k) Arrangement of drinking water etc. ( Steps taken to engage Public Health Department. T o

arrange for fresh drinking water.)

During Disaster

a) All members to report to the control room.

b) Maintaining linkage/Co-ordination with the Sub-Divisional Disaster management team.

c) Starting of rescue operation in time and to arrange shelter for the victims.

d) Arrangement of food for the victims.

e) Arrangement of medical treatment, if necessary.

f) Arrangement for rapid and sustained recovery and rehabitation of victims

g) Arrangement for required assistance to communities

Post –Disaster

a) Quick Damage Assessment

b) Need Assessment

c) Repair of Houses

d) Reconstruction

e) Economic Rehabilitation

f) Social Rehabilitation

g) Compensation (Including Insurance)

h) Conservation of Produce from Damaged Crops

i) Immediate Rehabilitation Measures

j) Strengthening of Response Aspects (Rescue, treatment, education, shelter, food,

communication, clearance and access, water and power supplies, temporary subsistence supplies,

health and sanitation, public information, security, construction requirements, public morale, etc.)

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k) Strengthening of Counter – Disaster Resources (Policy directions, police, agriculture,

ambulance, broadcasting, civil aviation, education, electricity, water supplies, environment, fire

services, finance, fisheries, forestry, irrigation, labour, lands and survey, meteorology, public works,

social welfare, transport)

l) Strengthening of Warning Systems

m) Public Awareness

n) Planning for the next year removing the draw backs if any, found in current plan.

o) District Administration shall take all steps to organize mock drill District level / Sub-

Divisional level and Block level with the help of Master trainers as well as resource persons

to train students , common people , N.G.O‟s ,Govt. officials on Disaster management.

Type of Disasters

Natural Disasters Man Made Disasters Earthquake Road Accident Flood/Heavy Rain Rasta Roka Cyclone/Hailstorms Communal Violence Drought Hartals Heat Wave Riots Landslides Pollution Forest Fire Chemical Pest Infection Railway Accidents Lightening

As indicated as Sl No.1,The State is to authenticate the priority disasters of the state to take up NER-DRR and accordingly the prioritization of the disaster as considered by the state Government are (i)Earthquake (ii) Cyclone(iii)Lightening /thunder(iv)Road Accident (v)Flood (vi)Land slides (vii)Fire (VIII)Soil Erosion (ix)Drought. And Govrnment of Tripura has identified Sri Sarat Kumar Das,SPO(Mob-9436461940,e-mail –sarat [email protected], sara. [email protected] as focal person to interact with NESAC, NER-DRR team.

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IMPACT OF NATURAL DISASTER

Consequences of Floods

Floods mean heavy and unmanageable inundation caused by heavy rainfall or man-made factors like poor drainage, breach in embankments and sediment deposition. Consequences are:

• Evacuation of people and livestock from inundated sites; • Destruction of life and infrastructure; • Damage to agricultural land for cultivation; • Food shortages as the water can destroy food stocks, farms, gardens etc.; • Spread of waterborne diseases, as the water stagnates for a long time; and • Wetness and seepage in houses.

Effect of cyclone

Cyclone is a huge revolving storm caused by winds blowing around a central area of low atmospheric pressure. Its major consequences include:

• Storm surge and wind damage; • Inland flooding; • People become shelterless; • Damage to crops; and • Food shortage.

Depression - 32-50 km/hr wind speed. Deep Depression - 51- 61 km/hr wind speed. Cyclonic Storm - 62-68 km/hr wind speed. Severe Cyclonic - Storm 89-117 km/hr wind speed. Severe Cyclonic Storm/Hurricane - 117+ km/hr wind speed.

Consequences of Landslide

A landslide is a geological phenomenon, which includes a wide range of ground movement, such as rock falls, deep failure of slopes and shallow debris flows.When landslide occurs, the effect on people’s lives can be severe. The impact on people’s livelihoods or the ecosystem may be minimal, if it occurs in remote areas. However the effects can be devastating when they occur in populated places. Landslide may cause destruction to buildings, crops, farms, water systems, roads and other infrastructure.

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Impact of Earthquake

An earthquake is a sudden violent motion of the earth, caused by natural processes wresting the earth’s crust. Its aftermath includes:

• Damage to buildings; • Collapse of poorly designed or built structures; • Loss of lives; • Injuries to people and livestock; and • Short-circuit and on-set of fires.

Typhoon: Where the wind speed exceed 200 km per hour.

Tornado: Means thunder storm. Tornados are local storms of short duration formed of winds rotating at

very high speed. These storms are visible as a revolving whirlpool with a tail coming down to earth.

As the storm moves along the ground this outer ring of rotating winds becomes dark with dust and

debris. The average speed of Tornado is about 150 kms per hour and maximum 400 kms per hour. It

causes large-scale damage and casualties leaving practically nothing in its path. Gale wind and

Whirlwind are like tornado by nature, but very small in impact and kind.

Hailstorm: Although hailstorms rarely involve physical injury, their economic impact can be severe. The

damage appears to be a function of the intensity and duration of storms and the size of the hailstones,

which these produce. The damage itself is often produced not only by the impact of falling hailstones,

but also by the high winds and torrential rains that is part of the hailstorm.

Heat Wave Attack: A period of unusually hot and often humid summer that lasts for several days is commonly

referred to as a “heat – wave”. The temperatures that, constitutes a heat wave vary among regions

with different normal summer conditions. When the maximum temperature at a station remains 45° C

or more for two days or more, the condition is described as a “heat wave”. It affects the Human and

Cattle population and lead to Sunstroke and casualties.

Throughout the world for the last two decades gradual climate change is observed .As a result

of climate change temperature on earth is increasing and drought , short rainfall ,untimely rainfall are

found common to most of the countries of the world. Large scale plantation in every country of the

world is a must to face the climate change. Heat wave is experienced in India due to climate change.

In Tripura , large scale aforestation is necessary to save our everyday life from heat wave.

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Fire Accident (natural fire / forest fire and man made):

Fire accident happen due to several causes like: Housing Pattern, Lose circuit of electricity,

Chemical reaction, Road Accident, Thunder, Lightening etc. In Orissa due to peculiar housing

patterns maximum fire accident cases takes place. These houses have build generally mud-built walls

with thatched roofs made out timber, bamboo and straw. They spring up in clusters. In summer fire

accident occurs in some forests caused by forest fire ( natural as well as men made ).

The disaster history of Gomati District clearly shows that the district is mostly affected by

Cyclone(Kal Baishakhi), Flood, Drought and this district falls in the most vulnerable zone of

earthquake.

DISASTER PHASE CYCLE

DISASTER PHASE CYCLE:

Pre-Disaster Risk Preparedness Post Reduction Disaster Phase Recovery Mitigation Stage Relief Reconstruction Rehabilitation

Disaste

r

Impact

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A COMMON SCENARIO OF FLOOD

Gomati District at a glance

A) Location, Area and Administrative Division:-

Location : Longitude - 92°22' & 91°59' East.

(Gomati & South)

Latitude - 22°56' & 24°32' North. (gomati &South)

District Headquarter : Udaipur.

Geographical Area : 2624.35 Sq. km (Gomati & South)

Population : 442336 Gomati District

Male Population : 218437 -do-

Female Population : 209744 -do-

Sex Ratio : 960 -do-

Rural Population : 384574 -do-

Urban Population : 43615 -do-

Number of Sub-Divisions : 3 (Three) -do-

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Number of Revenue Circle : 7(Seven) -do-

Municipal Council :- 1(one) -do-

Number of Blocks : 8(Eight) -do-

Number Nagar Panchayat : 1 Nos. –do-

Number of GPs/ADC Villages : 157 Nos. (62+95) –do-

Number of Revenue Villages : 132 Nos. -do-

Number of Tehsils : 29 Nos. -do-

No of Parliamentary Constituency : 02(Two) -do-

No of Assembly Constituency : 7(seven) -do-

Literacy Rate : 85.41 -do-

Male Literate : 90.94 -do-

Female Literate : 79.64 -do-

Population data as per provisional report of Census of India 2011.

B) Location of Sub Division:-

SL

No

Name of

Sub-Division Location of Head Quarter

Distance from

District H.Q.

Phone Number of the

SDM.

Office Residence.

1. Udaipur Near DM Office (G)

0 Mtrs. (03821)

223573 222281

2. Amarpur North Bank of Amarsagar

under Amarpur Sub-Div 24 KM

(03821)

263226 263260

3. Karbook Near Punjihum H/S School

55KM (03821)

269300 269-240

C) Demographic Details:-

SL No

Name of Block

Total No. of

HH

Population Category

Adult Children 5

years Total SC ST OBC GEN/UR RM

1.

Matabari RD

Block (14-

15)

23022 84207 9978 94185 22900

24156 16950 30179 -

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2.

Killa RD

Block (14-

15)

9295 25207 15907 41114 66 38953 267 108 1720

3. Kakraban

RD Block 13993 7181 4876 12057 4327 2054 2782 2894

4. Amarpur RD

Block 11428 14488 5342 19830 2539 6260 1093 1139

5. Karbook RD

Block 17680 12214 6021 18235 2543 14218 634 840

6. Ompi RD

Block 6551 20870 10896 31766 393 30629 162 682

7. Silachari RD

Block 4127 15160 2792 17952 225 17028 153 546

D) House Hold Details:-

SL

No

Name of Block No. of APL HH No. of BPL HH

ST SC OB

C

GEN ST SC OBC GEN

1. Matabari 2554 4918

626

8 7478 2894 3248 2537 3053

2. Killa 1727 0 0 34 4177 05 01 7421

3. Kakraban 994 1390 319 3373 1398 3077 780 4573

4. Amarpur 2011 950 1359 5049 1945 1508

5 Karbook 1300 99 138 118 6005 632 499 261

6 Ompi 1589 165 312 4514 250 486

7 Silachari 2468 46 41 126 1374 20 11 41

1.10 Population :-

SL

No Name of

the Block

SC ST OBC GEN Total

M F M F M F M F M F

1. Matabari 1671

3 16716 11697 11923 18215 17962 22356

2209

2 68983 68693

2. Killa

31 38 19532 20247 153 164 526 563 21731 22661

3. Kakraban 1166

5 11481 5983 5873 6252 6232 14112

1354

3 38309 36948

4. Amarpur 6245 5950 16165 15703 2295 2146 3942 3642 28103 27451

5. Karbook 1593 1548 16786 16148 791 763 905 867 22599 22209

6. Ompi 913 777 18189 17252 706 623 1517 1351 18909 18845

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7 Silachari 17028 225 8889 9063

7. Amarpur

NP 5482 5352

8. Udaipur

NP 16583 16189

Total = 220699 218348

Demographic Details Udaipur Sub-Division.(2014-15)

Sl.No Name of Block Total No.

of HH

Population Category

Adult Children 5

years Total SC ST OBC GEN

1. Matabari RD

Block/Tepania R. D. Block

23779 14570 6317 20887 5437 3898 6452 5100

2. Killa RD Block 7461 48536 14675 63211 791 62211 - 209

3. Kakraban RD Block

13993 7181 4876 12057 4327 2054 2782 2894

Total 45233 70287 25868 96155 10555 68163 2782 8203

Rainfall :- 2.1 Rainfall received during 2013: -

S

L.No

Month Total Rainfall

(in mm)

Normal Rainfall

(in mm)

1. January‟ 13 00 9.6

2. February‟ 13 3.00 29.2

3. March‟ 13 10.2 47.4

4. April‟ 13 55.00 133.8

5. May‟ 13 340.2 265.7

6. June‟ 13 286.0 405.7

7. July‟ 13 201.1 316.5

8. August‟13 328.5 393.1

9. September‟ 13 345.5 218.80

10 October‟ 13 155.0 148.9

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.

11

. November‟ 13 nil 32.9

12

. December‟ 13 3.0 5.1

GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF AVERAGE RAIN FALL UNDER GOMATI DISTRICT AVERAGE RAIN FALL UNDER GOMATI DISTRICT

Rain Recording stations: -2(two) Nos rain recording station in Gomati District

SL No Location of Rain Recording Stations. Telephone

Numbers

1. Matabari – Gakulpur S.M.F O/O the Agriculture, Gomati District (03821) 222-248

2. Amarpur –O/O the Supdt. Of Agriculture, Amarpur, Gomati

District. (03821) 263-254

District Disaster Management Authority, Gomati District, Tripura

SL.No

Name Designation Address Phone No.

Office Residence/ M

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1 District Magistrate & Collector

Chariperson Office of the D.M & Collector,(G)

03821-222-202 223575/

9436131142

2 Zilla Sabhadhipati

Co-Chairperson

O/O the DTZP 03821-223-826 223844/

9436491114

3 ADM & Collector Chief Executive Officer

O/O the D.M & Collector(G)

03821-223-557 223846/

9436540787

4. Superintendent of Police

Member O/O the S.P (G) 03821-223-580 223-565

5. Chief Medical Officer(Dr.N.Jamatia)

Member O/O the C.M of (G)

03821-222-221 9862179646

6 Executive Engineer, PWD (R&B), Udaipur Div. (Sri N.Dalal)

Member O/O the EE, PWD (R&B), Gomati District.

03821-222-238 9436139629

7 Divisioinal Fire Service Officer (Sri Ganesh Debbarma)

Member O/O the Fire Service ,Udaipur

03821-222-476 9436184141

Executive Engineer, PWD(R&B), Amarpur

O/O the EE, PWD (R&B), Amarpur Gomati District.

03821-263231

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE:-

SL

No Name Designation. Address

Phone number.

Office Residence

1. District Magistrate &

Collector. Chairman

O/o the DM &

Collector, South. 222202 223575

2. Sabhadhipati, DTZP Co-Chairman

O/o the DTZP,

South. 223-826 223844

3. Addl. District

Magistrate & Collector. Convener

O/o the DM &

Collector, South. 223504 222387

4. Superintendent of

Police. Member O/o the SP, South. 223580 223565

5. Project Director,

DRDA. Member

O/o the PD, DRDA,

South. 223557 223846

6.

Dy. Director,

Agriculture. Member

O/O the Dy.

Director,

Agriculture,

Udaipur.

222248

7. Chief Medical Officer,

South. Member

O/O the CMO,

South. 222221 224695

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8. Superintending

Engineer, PWD R&B). Member

O/O the SE,

PWD(R&B), South. 222373 222365

9. Superintending

Engineer

R.D, Circle-

II,Udaipur,Gomati

District.

Member

O/O the

Superintending

Engineer,RD Circle -

II

03821-224-

739 9436131217

10. Addl. General Manager,

TSECL. Member

O/O the AGM,

TSECL, South. 222340 222333

11. Dy. Director, Fishery. Member

O/O the Dy. Dir.

Fishery, Udaipur. 222258

12. Superintending

Engineer, PWD (WR). Member

O/O the SE, PWD

(WR), South. 224-631

13. Superintending

Engineer, PWD (DWS). Member

O/O the SE, PWD

(DWS), South. 223-547

14.

Dy. Director, ARDD Member

O/O the Dy.

Director, ARDD,

Udaipur.

222-374

15. Sub Divisional

Magistrate, Udaipur Member

O/o the Sub

Divisional

Magistrate, Udaipur

03821-223573

16. Sub Divisional

Magistrate, Amarpur Member

O/o the Sub

Divisional

Magistrate, Amarpur

03821-263226 263-260

17. Sub-Divisional

Magistrate,Karbook Member

O/O the Sub-

Divisional

Magistrate, Karbook

03821-269-

300 269-400

Udaipur Sub Division Disaster Management committee:- (2013-14)

SL

No Name Designation.

Phone Number

Office Residence

1. Sri Madhab Saha, M.L.A. Member 9436120629

2. Chairperson,Udaipur Nagar Panchayat Member 222-338

3. Chairperson, Matarbari Panchayat Samity Member

4. Chairperson, Kakrabon Panchayat Samity Member

5. Chairman, Killa BAC Member

6. The S.D.M., Udaipur Convener 223573 222 281

7. The D.F.O., Udaipur Member 222 240

9436313508

8. SDO, W/R, Sub-Divn. 1 Member

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9. The Senior Manager, TSECL, Udaipur Member 223 529

10. The SDO, PWD, Sub-Divn. 1 & 2 Member 222 238

11. The SDO, PWD, Kakrabon Member

12. The SDO, PWD, Killa. Member

13. The SIO, ICAT, Udaipur Member

NGO Coordination committee:- Udaipur Udaipur Sub-Divisional Level NGO’s co-ordination Committee

1. DC, Udaipur-Nodal Officer (Chairman) 2. Sri Ashis Das, Secretary Advisory Committee-Netaji Subhash Samajik Sangstha, (Secretary) 3. Sri Ganesh Naha Secretary, Tripura Swimming Academic Society, ( Joint Secretary) 4. Sri Nirapada Das, Executive Member, Udaipur Biggan O Sanskritic Mancha (Joint Secretary) 5. DCM, Killa, Member 6. Asstt. Director, Food Addl. Nodal Officer Member 7. Sri Makhan Lal Acharjee, Hon’ble Chairman, IRCS, (G) Tripura District Branch, Member 8. Sri Rabi Dhar, Hon’ble Secretary, IRCS, (G) Tripura District Branch, Member 9. Sri Ashis Debnath, Incharge, Disaster Management, SDM’s office, Udaipur Member 10. Sri Pradip Sarkar, Secretary, Netaji Subhash Samajik Sangstha Member 11. Sri Subir Ghosh, Secretary, Udaipur Biggan O Sanskritic Mancha, Member 12. Sri Manik Lal Debnath, President, NRS Social Service Organization, Member 13. Sri Ratan Kishore Shiv, Secretary, NRS Social Service Organization, Member 14. Sri Priyaranjan Majumder, Mamber, Omega Science Orgenization, Member 15. Sri Partha Sarathi Das, Secretary, Omega Science Organization Member 16. Sri Bhaskar Sengupta, Member, Sigma Science Social Service Member 17. Sri Manik Lal Bhowmik, Secretary Surabhi Member 18. Sri Subendu Goswami, Sigma Science Social Service Member 19. Sri Raju Saha, President, Surabhi Member 20. Dr. Tanmayanada Bramhachari, President, Dhnajyoti Joga & Natural Therapy Society, Member

21. Dr. Bishnu Dey, Vice President, Dhanajyoti Joga & Natural Therapy Society, Member 22. Sri Mantosh Shil, Social Activist, Shalgarah, Member 23. Sri Ujjal Bhowmik, Social Activist, Chandrapur, Member 24. Sri Suman Dey, Team Leader (Boys), Sub-Divisional Disaster Management Volunteer Team Member 25. Sri Muslem Miah, Social Activist, Maharani, Member 26. Sri Sanjoy Saha, Social Activist, Badarmukam, Member 27. Sri Sudhangshu Ghosh, Secretary, Arunyak, Bagma Member 28. Sri Uttam Majumder, Secretary, Adibashi Kallyan Samity, Member 29. Sri Sarbahari Jamatia Social Activist, Chanban, Member 30. Sri Titan Das, Team Coordinator Sub-Divisional Disaster Management Volunteer Team Member 31. Smt. Api Rani Das, Team Leader (Girls), Sub-Divisional Disaster Management Volunteer Team Member

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List of prominent NGOs of Udaipur Sub-Division:-

Sl. No.

Name & Designation Address Contact No.

1 Sri Manik Lal Bhowmik, Surabhi Samaj Unnayan Sanstha.

Vill:- Sataria, P.O- Gakulpur, Udaipur, Gomati District.

9856464713

2 Dr. Tanmayananda Brahmachari, President. Dhanjyoti Yoga & Natural Therapy Society

Vill+P.O:-Rajarbag Udaipur, Gomati District

9436575970

3 Sri Nirapada Das, Executive Member, Udaipur Biggan O Sanskriti Mancha

Udaipur Super Market 9436491828

4 Sri Priya Ranjan Majumder, Omega Science Organization

Vill:- Brahmmabari P.O+P/S:-R. K. Pur

Udaipur Gomati District 9436470396

5 Sri Manik Lal Debnath, President. Najurul Rabindra Sukanta Social Organization

Vill:- Maharani P.O+P/S:-R. K. Pur

Udaipur, Gomati District 9856481718

6 Sri Ratan Kishore Shib, Secretary, Najurul Rabindra Sukanta Social Organization

Vill:- Maharani P.O+P/S:-R. K. Pur

Udaipur, Gomati District 9856687640

7 Sri Bhaskar Sengupta, West Bank of Jagannth Dighi 9436131345

8 Sri Suvendranath Goswami, Sigma Science & Social Center

Vill:-Chhanban P.O+P/S:-R. K. Pur Udaipur

Gomati District 9436472798

9 Sri Sanjoy Saha, Indian Red Cross Society, South Tripura, District Branch.

DM & Collector Gomati District Office Complex

8014676476

10 Sri Asish Das Netaji Subhas Samajik Sanstha

Vill:- Kailarmath P.O+P/S:-R. K. Pur

Udaipur, Gomati District 9856486354

11 Sri Makhan Lal Acharjee, Hon’ble Chairman Indian Red Cross Society, Gomati, District Branch.

DM & Collector Gomati District Office Complex

9862430708

12 Sri Rabi Dhar, Hon’ble Secretary Indian Red Cross Society, Gomati, District Branch.

DM & Collector Gomati District Office Complex

9863190008

13 Sri Pradip Sarkar, Netaji Subhas Samajik Sanstha

Vill:- Kailarmath P.O+P/S:-R. K. Pur

Udaipur, Gomati District 9856486966

14 Sri Ganesh Naha, Secretary Tripura Swimming Academic Society

Vill:-Fulkumari No 1 P.O+P/S:-R. K. Pur

Udaipur, Gomati District 9862187852

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1.3 Amarpur Sub-Divisional Disaster Management Committee: (2014-15)

Sl

No.

Name & Designation Convener/

Member

Phone No.

1 2 3 4 1 The Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Amarpur Convener 03821-263-226

2 Chairperson, Panchayet Samity, Amarpur R.D Block Member

3 Vice Chairmen Panchayet Samiti Amarpur R.D.Block -do- 4 Chairman, BAC Amarpur R.D Block -do-

5 Chairperson, BAC Ompi R.D Block -do-

6 Chairperson, Amarpur Nagar Panchayet -do-

7 Block Development Officer, Amarpur R. D Block -do- 03821-263-264

8 Block Development Officer, Ompi R. D Block -do- 03825-264-315

9 Executive Officer Amarpur Nagar Panchayet -do- 9436525729

10 Dy. Collector & Magistrate, Amarpur Revenue Circle. -do- 11 Dy. Collector & Magistrate, Ompinagar Revenue Circle. -do- 12 Sub-Divisional Medical Officer, Amarpur. -do-

13 Sub-Divisional Police Officer, Amarpur -do- 03821223580

14 Sub-Divisional Police Officer, Ompi -do- 03825-264-286

15 Executive Engineer (PWD), Amarpur Division -do-

16 SDO (Electrical), Amarpur. -do- 17 Dy. General Manager (TSECL), Gumati Division -do- 18 SDO(PWD), Amarpur Div. No.-I, -do- 19 SDO(PWD), Ompi Nagar -do- 20 SDO(DWS), Amarpur -do-

21 Superintendent of Agriculture, Amarpur -do-

22 Superintendent of Fisheries, Amarpur -do-

23 SDO (I & FM) Amarpur -do-

24 A.P.O(ICAT) Amarpur, -do-

25 Inspector of School (Non-ADC), Amarpur -do-

26 HM Amarpur Girls H S School. -do-

27 Sri Parimal Debnath, Amarpur. -do- 9436471458

28 Sri Bhanu Paul, Bampur -do-

29 Sri Samir Dhar Roy, Rangamati -do-

30 Sri Gopal Chandra Dey, Amarpur -do-

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Karbook Sub-Divisional Level Disaster Management Committee:-2014-15

Sl. No. Designation of the Officials Contact No.

1 2 3

1 Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Karbook- Chairman 03821 269300 (O),

8974882597(M)

2 Deputy Collector & Magistrate, karbook –Members 8413068385 (M)

8974229680(M)

3 Sub-Divisional Police Officer, Karbook -Member 8119992767(M)

4 Block Development Officer, Karbook-Member 8414983921 (M)

5 Block Development Officer, Silachari -Member 8974922280 (M)

6 Sub-Divisional Officer, PWD, Karbook -Member 9612197402 (M)

7 Sub-Divisional Officer, DWS Karbook -Member 8014875380 (M) 9436121339 (M)

8 Sr. Manager, TSECL, Jatan Bari -Member 9436470988 (M)

9 Medical Officer, I/C, Karbook, CHC -Member 9862616014 (O)

10 Medical Officer, I/C , Silachari , PHC -Member 9862061872 (M)

11 Medical Officer, I/C, Tirthamukh, PHC-Member 9436503056 (M)

12 Medical Officer, I/C, Chellagang, PHC -Member 8974256338 (M)

13 C.D.P.O, Karbook -Member 9862239780 (M)

14 Officer-in-Charge, Fire Station Jatan Bari -Member 8974727502(M)

15 Officer-in-Charge, Police Station, Karbook -Member 8413877127 (M)

16 Officer-in-Charge, Police Station, Silachari -Member 9612126081 (M)

17 Sub-Zonal Development Officer, Karbook- Member 8014349418 (M)

18 Asstt. Comdt. B.S.F, Bagaban Tilla –Member 9436584529 (M)

19 Asstt. Dir. A.R.D.D, Amarpur –Member 03821-263206 (O)

20 Head Master, Panjiham H/S School, Karbook- Member 9612281051 (M)

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21 Inspector of School(ADC), Karbook- Member 9436511905 (M)

22 Inspector of School(State), Amarpur –Member 9436470242 (M)

23 Supdt. of Agriculture, Amarpur –Member 9436131746 (M)

Karbook Non Official Member of Sub-Divisional Disaster Management Committee:- (2014-15)

1 The Chairman, BAC, Karbook-Member 9862794502 (M)

2 The Chairman, BAC, Silachari- Member 9862312280(M)

3 The Secretary, TMSU, Karbook- Member 8974895901 (M)

Karbook Quick response team of Disaster Management (2014-15)

SL. No. Name of Staff Contact No.

1. Swapna Jyoti Chakma, PA 8974238588

2 Partha Debnath, LDC

3 Bipul Chakma, LDC 8073206954

4 Gouranga Reang, LDC 8974188429

5 Amanjoy Reang, LDC 8974755325

6 Himangshu Das, LDC

7 Subash Ch. Nath, Sup. TW 9862616849

8 Alok Das, Revenue Inspector 9862455166

9 Sanjit Reang, E.O, TW 8730049301

10 Jayanta Ghosh, LDC 8974324330

11 Ratan Neogi, LDC -

12 Sanjoy Malsom, LDC 8730049377

13 Joygyaram Reang, O/S.

14 Ratan Mani Debbarma, UDC 9612232330

15 Tapi Jamatia, Acctt. Food

16 Shaktidas Tripura, C.I, Food 8974886953

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17 Brajendra Debbarma, Revenue Inspector 8732876118

18 Sri Anesh Chakma, Tdr. 9862026546

19 Sri Tapan Debbarma, Tdr. 8413042822

20 Sri Singhakumar Tripura, Tdr. 8974256151

21 Sri Kartik Reang, Tdr. 8731806366

Block Disaster Management plan

Karbook RD. Block Disaster Management Committee(2014-15):- SL No. Name Address Phone Number

1 BDO Karbook 269202

2 MLA, Karbook 9862883913

3 BAC Chairman Karbook 9862794502

4 Village Chairman of 18 nos ADC Villages Karbook

5 PEO Karbook 9862328560

6 SDO (Elect) Jatanbari 246248

7 SDO (PWD) Jatanbari 9612197402

8 CDPO (ICDS) Karbook 9862239780

9 F.R.O(Karbook) Karbook 264243

10 C.I(P.S) Karbook

11 SDO (PHE) Amarpur 9436121339

12 M.O.I.C Chellagang 0381-241174

13 SUB-ZDO Karbook 8974108395

14 SSO(fire Service) Jatanbari 264202

15 MOIC Karbook 9862725020

16 S.F(fishery) Jatanbari 264248

17 Dy.I/S(ADC) Karbook

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18 H.M (KPHSS) Karbook

19 SD(TWO) Amarpur

20 ICO(ICAT) Karbook 8732042057

21 MOIC Tirthamuk

22 Social Worker (Tarun sangha ) Karbook

23 Social worker (Eleven star) Jatanbari

24 V/S,RPS of all ADC villages Karbook

Silachari Block Disaster Management Committee (2014-15):-

Sl.

No Members of General body Designation Phone Number

1 Chairman, Block Advisory Committee,

Silachari Sub-Block. Chairman 9862312280

2 Block Development Officer,

Silachari RD Sub-Block

Co-Chairman cum

Member Convener

03823-277244 (O)

8974922280(M)

3 Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Karbook Member 8974882597

4 Tahasiladar, Silachari Member

5 Tahasildar, Ghorakappa Mamber

6 Medical Officer, I/C, Silachari PHC Member

7 Officer-in-Charge, P.S. Silachari Member 03823-277222

8 Company Commander, BOP Silachari Member -

9 Company Commander, BOP Sukhnachari Member -

10 Junior Engineer, DWS, Silachari Sector Member 8974228294

11 Junior Engineer TSEC Ltd Silachari Member 9612377225

12 Telecom Br. Manager, Silachari Member 03823-277298

13 Executive Engineer R.D. (SDiv-III) Amarpur Member -

14 Supervisor ICDS Silachari Sector Member -

15 Sector Officer of Agriculture, Silachari Sector Member -

16 Circle Inspector of Schools,(TTAADC) Silachari Member 9862144781

17 Headmaster, Silachari H/S School Member -

18 Headmaster, Ghorakappa, Ailmara, Hazachari

High School Member -

19 Forest Range Officer, Ghorakappa & Silachari Member -

20 Junior Engineer, Silachari R.D.Block Member 9862168113

21 Technical Assistant, Silachari R.D.Block Member 9615649123

22 Chairpersin, Ailmara ADC Village Member 8974732024

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23 Chairman Barbil ADC Village Member 9862312280

24 Chairman Silachari ADC Village Member 8974678909

25 Chairperson, Hazachari ADC Village Member 9612581721

26 Chairman Suknachari ADC Village Member 8974553934

27 Chairman Ghorakappa ADC Village Member 9612598219

28 Chairman Bagachatal ADC Village Member 8974830460

29 Chairman Kaptali ADC Village Member 8730846844

30 Panchayat Secretary Ailmara ADC Village Member 8974107260

31 Panchayat Secretary Barbil ADC Village Member 9612298826

32 Panchayat Secretary Silachari ADC Village Member 8730049600

33 Panchayat Secretary Hazachari ADC Village Member 8974229247

34 Panchayat Secretary Suknachari ADC Village Member 8974735895

35 Panchayat Secretary Ghorakappa Village Member 8974256943

36 Panchayat Secretary Bagachatal ADC Village Member 8974412399

37 Panchayat Secretary Kaptali ADC Village Member

8974136553

38 Sri Maloy Dewan, Ex-Chairman Rupaichari BAC Member 8974812800

39 Sri Ranjit Chakma, Social Worker Member 8974136388

40 Sri Pradip Bal, Social Worker Member 9612909219

41 Sri Anath Saha, Social Worker Member 8974175435

Killa Block Disaster Management Committee:- (2014-15)

SL

No.

Name Address Phone Number

1 BDO Killa 9436137064

2 MLA Killa 9436467786

3 BAC Chairman Killa 9615401787

4 Village Chairman of 15 nos ADC Villages Killa

5 PEO Killa 9436189103

6 Sr Manager, TSECL,KLA Killa 9856033500

7 SDO (PWD) Killa 9856518151

8 CDPO (ICDS) Killa 9856421785

9 F.R.O (Killa) Killa 9615752562

10 C.I (P.S) Killa

11 SDO (PHE) Killa 9856023732

12 M.O.I.C Killa 9436452698

13 SUB-ZDO Killa 9612144959

14 SSO(fire Service)

15 MOIC Atharabhola 8413884307

16 S.F(fishery) Killa 9856335884

17 Dy. I/S(ADC) Killa 9856502315

18 Asstt. H.M (KPHSS) Killa Nil

19 SD(TWO) Killa Nil

20 ICO(ICAT) Killa Nil

21 Social Worker Killa Nil

22 Social worker Killa Nil

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Name & Contact No. of Different GP/VC of Amarpur .(2013-14

Sl. No

Name

Designation

GP/VC

Phone Number

1

Arun Kumar Debnath In-charge

Bampur-GP.

9436521119

Smt. Papi Das Pradhan 9402351634

2

Subash Chandra Saha

In-charge

Purba Rangamati- GP.

9436472474

Smt. Kiran Bala Das Pradhan -

3

Dilip Kumar Deb In-charge

Rangamati- GP.

9436547058

Rakhal Ch. Das Pradhan 9436901611

4

Swapan Choudhury In-charge

Debbari- GP.

9436565306

Sentu Das Pradhan 9436791177

5

Ratish Chandra Das In-charge

Thakcharra- GP.

8974643731

Smt. Tarubala Debnath

Pradhan 8014627454

6

Bhushan Paul In-charge

Paschim Dalak- GP.

9436523979

Smt. Sumitra Biswas Pradhan 9615750221

7

Nitai Majumdar In-charge

Paschim Malbasa-GP.

9863027844

Jagadish Das Pradhan 9863570824

8

Goutam Ghosh In-charge

Rangkang- GP.

9862364806

Pradhan

9

Debashis Saha In-charge

Mailak- GP.

9436524247

Keshab Ch. Das Pradhan 94365467826

10

Niranjan Debnath In-charge

Birganj- GP.

9436937359

Rajib Das Pradhan 9402330734

11

Swapan Paul In-charge

Dalak.- VC.

9856922432

Sri Chaitanya Gosai Jamatia

Chairman -

12

Laldik Kaipeng In-charge

Bhomracharra-VC

8014713006

Smt. Namita Chakma Chairman 9402350749

13 Pramijoy Reang In-charge East Sarbong-VC 9436951027

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Amit Kumar Debbarma

Chairman 8974288112

14

Babul De In-charge

Guingia-VC

9436558661

Smt. Biswa Rani Jamatia

Chairman -

15

Mohan Reang In-charge

Khedarnal-VC

9436186322/ 9862620365

Tailyabasi Debbarma Chairman 8014083870

16

Kamal Kali Debbarma In-charge

Kurmacharra-VC

8575359664

Smt. Chintarung

Reang

Chairman 8014814872

17

Ashit Ghosh In-charge

Lalgiri-VC

9436935929

Sri Sarbajoy Reang Chairman 9436523606

18

Raju Banik In-charge

Malbasa-VC

8974227305

Smt. Rekhabati Reang Pradhan 9863923613

19

Sadhan Singh In-charge

Nutanbazar-VC

9436791690

Sri Balai Datta Chairman 03821-293308

20

Bifal Saha In-charge

Paharpur-VC

9436523883

Smt. Punyati Reang Chairman -

21 Chitrasen Das In-charge Paschim Duluma-VC 8014497558

Ananda Dhani Jamatia

Chairman 9615734862

22 Uttam Debnath In-charge Purba Duluma-VC 9436523760

Sri Nangyarai Reang Chairman 8014741619

23 Rupak Saha In-charge Purba Malbasa-VC 9436498299

Smt. Bidyaswari Jamatia

Chairman 8575359455

24 Nabin Kishore Debbarma

In-charge Rajkang-VC 8014086613

Smt. Srirani Jamatia Chairman 8545545461

25 Ashit Saha In-charge Sarbong-VC 9436471889

Sarba Kishore Jamatia

Chairman 9615731545

26 Manik Saha In-charge Uttar Chellagang-VC 9436495504

Smt. Kiran Bala Debnath

Chairman 8014349308

27 Ramani Das In-charge West Sarbogn-VC 9436524450

Smt. Parbati Reang Chairman 9436915726

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Ompi R,D Block Level Disaster Management core team (2014-15)

Sl.No. Name of the team member Designation Address Contact No.

1 Sri Deniel Jamatia Chairman Ompi R.D

Block

9402382285

2 BDO, Ompi RD Block 03825264315

3 Sri Mani ram kalai, Chairman Sub-Zonal,

ADC 8014089782

4 Sri Ranadhitya Das, SDPO,OMPI 9436126936

5 Dr. Appolo Kalai,MOIC,Ompi CHC 9436470337

6 Sri Debabrata Debbarma,SDO,PWD

Ompi 9436457515

7 Sri CDPO, OMPI

8 Sri Gouram Rudra Paul, VAS,Ompi 9615402606

9 Sri Bhabani Ch. Jamatia,SDO,

DWS,Ompi 9436552824

10 Sri Geore Jamatia,Sr. Manager TSECT 9436135244

11 Sri Sanju Debbarma,HM Ompi HS

School

12 Ompi PS 03825264205

13 Sri Narayan Debnath,PEO,Ompi RD

Block 9436563683

14 Sri Binod Debbarma,JE,Ompi RD Block 9436464720

15 Sri Ajit Debbarma,JE,Ompi RD Block 9856914643

16 Sri Shyamson Kalai,JE,Ompi RD Block 9436587587

Kakraban Block (2014-15)

Sl No

Name Designation Contact No

1 Smt Shipra Majumder Chairman 9862162662 2 Sri Haradhan Das Vice-Chairman 9612600977 3 Sri Gunapada Murasing Vice-Chairman 9856420813 4 Sri Subrata Majumder Convener 9436470988 5 Sri Parimal Das Member 9856930392 6 Sri Arun Bhowmik Member 9856609224 7 Sri Gopal Bhowmik Member 9862406349 8 Smt Jahanara Bibi Member 9615750891 9 Smt Mamata Ghosh Member 9774688715

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10 Smt Rina Bhowmik Member 9615801617 11 Sri Haripada Sarkar ,PEO Member 9436538530 12 Miss Chandana Orang ,PEO Member 9436181296 13 Sri Atanu Roy, JE Member 9436129466 14 Smt. Sampa Das, JE Member 9774727509 15 MOIC Kakraban PHC Member 265285 16 O/C Kakraban P.S Member 265236 17 SDO (DWS) Member 18 SDO (PWD) Member 265945 19 Sr Manager, TSECL Member 9436168801 20 SDO Water Resource Member 9436131611 21 Suptd of Agriculture Member 223629

GP Disaster Management Committee of Matabari RD Block (2014-15)

Sl Name Designation Address Phone Number

Office Residence

1 Sri Roy Ramkrishna

Bhowmik

Chairman,

MTB,PS

Maharani GP 267265 9856688525

2 Sri Daharam Reang Chairman, MTB,

BAC

Purba Chandrapur

RF

267265 9856780834

3 Sri Madhusudan

Bhowmik

Vice-Chairman,

PS

Matabari GP 267265 9612890468

4 Sri Dilip Datta Member, MTB, PS Bagma GP 267265 9862010700

5 Sri Keshab Das Member, MTB, PS Fulkumari GP 267265 9436527147

6 Sri Santi Mandal Member, MTB, PS Paschim Khupilong

GP

267265 9436498683

7 Sri Dilip Ch. Sarkar Member, MTB, PS Pitra GP 267265 9862406360

8 Md. Rezzak Miah Sarkar Member, MTB, PS Khilpara GP 267265 9612655671

9 Sri Pintu Chandra Das Member, MTB, PS Kunjaban GP 267265 9612108810

10 Smt. Sabita Das Member, MTB, PS Purba Gakulpur

GP

267265 9856681586

11 Smt. Sima Bala Sarkar

(Das)

Member, MTB, PS Purba Dhajanagar

GP

267265 9862324643

12 Md. Uchman Gani Member, MTB, PS Holakhet GP 267265 9612244972

13 Smt.Malina Das Member, MTB, PS Garjee GP 267265 -

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14 Milan Paul Member, MTB, PS Shalgarah GP 267265 228214

15 Sri Nanigopal Debnath Member, MTB, PS Tepania GP 267265 9615752627

16 Smt. Nivedita Bhaumik BDO, MTB Matabari RD Block 223520 9436537174

17 Sri Mithu Dasgupta Panchayat

Extension Officer

Matabari RD Block 223520 9436558978

18 Sri Pujan Sen Panchayat

Extension Officer

Matabari RD Block 223520 9436127573

1.4 Household Details:-

Sl Name of the

Block

No. of APL HH No. of BPL HH

ST SC OBC GEN ST SC OBC GEN

1 Matabari RD

Block

450 1755 2122 6457 4980 3963 2055 1235

1.5 Population:- Sl Name of

the

Block

SC ST OBC GEN TOTAL

M F M F M F M F M F

1 Matabari RD

Block 11534 11366 11889 12267 8655 8295 15325 14854 47403 46782

B. Topographical Details:-

2.1 Total Geographical Details in Hact:-

Sl Name of the Block

Agricultural Land Grazing Land

Forest Land

Others Total Area High Medium Low

1 Matabari RD Block

427.20 3221.00 2825.80 130.00 9875.00 4873.00 21351

2.3 Cropping Pattern:-

Name of the Block Type of Crops Area Cultivated (in

Hact)

Area under Crop

insurance (in Hact)

Matabari RD Block

Aush 1000

Aman 2086

Jhum Paddy 11.5

Maize 100

Seasum 25

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Ground Nut 10

Jute 31

Sugarcane 51

Boro Rice 22.43

Potato 42.42

Kharif Vegetable 37.1

Rabi Vegetable 540

Total 3956.45

2.4 Livelihood Details:-

Sl

Name of the

Block

Total HH

Agriculture

Agriculture Labour

Other Labou

r

Fishing

Petty Busi

ness

Service

Holders

Others

(Specify)

1 Matabari RD

Block

2302

2 6474 5419 7665 1095 5447 2097 NIL

2.5 Drinking Water Sources:-

Sl Name of the

Block

Tube

Well

Mark-

II/III

Sanitary

Well

PHD

Stand Post

River Canal

1 Matabari RD Block

1035 117 35

2147 01 40

2.6 Irrigation Facilities and Sources:-

Sl Name of the

Block

Ponds Dug Wells

LI Scheme

Drift/Shallow TW

River Creeks Canal

1 Matabari

RD Block

680 97 39 57 01 25 52

Tepania RD Block Disaster Management committee(2014-15)

Sl.No Name Designation Address Contact No.

1 Sri Rakesh

Chakraborty

BDO,Tepania Tepania RD Block

8413982723

2 Sri Amit Jmatia , PEO Tepania RD

Block 9862619787

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3 Sri Arjun Rabi Das, JE Tepania RD Block

8575093998

4 Sri Ratnava Debbarma

JE Tepania RD Block

9615257393

5 Sri Jatan Datta Auditor Tepania RD Block

9436185002

6 Sri Mridul Bhattacharjee

PS Tepania RD Block

9089800332

7 Sri Pradip Kr. Jamatia

W/A Tepania RD Block

9615208752

8 Sri Joseph

Debbarma

T/A Tepania RD Block

9485146476

9 Sri Swmai Debbarma T/A Tepania RD Block

9612054968

10 Sri Nani Gopal

Bhowmik

Block Co-

ordinator

Tepania RD

Block 9774844904

List of equipments with TSR 5th

Bn ,Duluma,Amarpur,SDMs Amarpur,Karbook,Udaipur. (2014-15).

Sl.N

o

Name of Equipment TSR

5thBn

Dulum

a

SDM

AMP

SDB

KBK

SDM

UDP Dist.H

.Q

Remarks.

1 Breathing apparatus 02 - - - 1

2 Heavy duty works

gloves

50 5 5 10 -

3 Folding stretcher 30 30 4 30 -

4 Fire and Rescue Helmet 03 3 - 3 -

5 Reciprocating Saw with

Blade(Electric)

01Set 1 2 1 -

6 Tarpauling plastic-

30‟X30‟

10Nos 19 1+15 18 -

7 Natural calamities tent

06X016

01 2 3 - -

8 Fire proximity Suit 03 3 - 3 -

9 Fire Boot and Gloves 03 3 - 3 -

10 Generator Set 01 Set 1 - 1 -

11 Ro-tary Rescue Saw 01 Set 1 1 1 -

12 Angle Cutter(Electric) 03 4 2 3 -

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13 -Fire extinguisher

Medium -/portable

03 3 +6 1+2+2 3+5+1 -

14 Concreter Cutter 02 2 2 2 1

15 Rope Nylone (100mtrs

long)

04

Nos.

5 4 4 -

16 Shovels Round 10 10 10 10 -

17 Fuel Containers 05 5 4 5 -

18 Scant Taps (100mtrs

long)

04Nos 4 4 4 -

19 Crow Bar 3‟ 20 23 10 1+19 -

20 Crow bar5‟ 20 19 10 1+19 -

21 Fire Extinguisher with

all accessories

05No. 2 - - -

22 Traffic cones 20 24 1+1 20+5 -

23 Electric Drill 01 1 2 1 -

24 Bullet Chair Saw 02 2 2 2 -

25 Bolt Cutter14” 06 6 1+1 6 -

26 Bolt cutter 30” 06 7 1+1 6+1 -

27 Rotary Hummer Drill 02 2 2 2 -

28 PA System 02 2 - 2 1

29 Spades Shovel 10 10 10 10 -

30 Spade 20 20 2+10 20+2 -

31 Commando Search light 05 5 1+5 5 -

32 Safety Goggles 05 5 5 -

33 Inflatabvle Rubber Boat

will all accories.

01 2 1+1 5 - With eng

from DM

34 Nose Mask 100No

s.

100 5 100 -

35 Spear chain 2 - - - -

36 Guide bar 2 - - - -

37 Tools 1 - - - -

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38 Chain corer 1 - - - -

39 Portable inflatable

Emergency lighting

systwm with generator

3 2 2 2 -

40 Single pulley 4 - - - -

41 Double pully 4 - - - -

42 Life jackets - 15 5+5 15 -

43 Life Huoys - 7 3+3 7 -

44 Kanat made of cloth - 4 - - -

45 Water tank made of

cloth

- 2 - -

46 Water mist and CAF fire

extinguisher Back

pack(10 liter)

- 2 2 2 -

47 Tent 80Kg complete - - - 1 -

48 Hand saw - - 2 2 -

49 Shovels round - - 10 - 1

50 Medical tool box - - - - 1

51 Minimax thermometer - - - - 1

52 First aid Box - - - - 1

53 MFR Box - - - - 1

54 Screw Driver - - - - 2

55 Inflatable light tower - - - - 1

56 Hesque - - - - 1

57 Pen light - - - - 1

58 Eye glass - - - - 1

59 Doctor aneroid - - - - 1

Nominal roll of trained personnel in TSR 5th

Bn at Duluma, Amarpur

No.06020026 Rfn(GD) Balai Noatia

No.06110980 Rfn(GD) Tapash Dewan

No.08120446 Rfn(GD) Binay Narjary

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Sl.No. No.Rank & Name

1 No. 02040401 Nb/Sub(R/T)Adesh Miah Sarkar

2 No. 97020015Nb/Sub(GD) Prdaip Chandra Das

3 No. 98050588 Hav(GD)Raju Sahu

4 No. 96030875NKIGD)Nazir Islam

5 No.97051055 Rfn(GD) Uttam Shil

6 No.06060004 Rfn(GD) Palsh Barman

7 No.98050597 Rfn(GD) Tapan Biswas

8 No.08120334 Rfn(GD) Sandeep Kumar

9 No.06110825 Rfn(GD) Sumod K.N

10 No.06111018 Rfn(GD) Sibu Gour

11 No.08120446 Rfn(GD) Binoy Narjinary

12 No.06020091 Rfn(GD) Ranjit Debbarma

13 No.06020098 Ref(GD) Bishnu Das

14 No.06020638 Rfn(GD) Raju Malakar

15 No.06110715 Rfn(GD) S.Anish Kumar

16 No.08120975 Rfn(GD) R.Suraj Mistry

17 No.06020377 Rfn(GD) Litan Das

18 No.08120334 Rfn(GD) Sandeep Kumar

19 No.20015373 Rfn(GD) Ajit Das

20 No.97050400 Rfn(GD) Ratan Choudhary

21 No.03101048 Rfn(GD) Rajesh Sukla Baidya

22 No.08120340 Rfn(GD) Devender

23 No.08120338 Rfn(GD) Nirmal Singh

24 No.08120341Rif(GD) Nitesh Kumar

25 No.08121057 Rfn(GD) Biswajit Mohanty

26 No.08120180 Rfn(GD) Joy Brata Sukla Baidya

27 No.06110641 Rfn(GD) Mithan Ghosh

28 No.09130168 Rfn(GD) Mitan Sarkar

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29 No.06111048 Rfn(GD) Karna Debbarma

30 No. 08120348 Rfn(GD) Bijan Mandal

31 No.09130297 Rfn(GD) Saiful Haque

32 No.08120389 Rfn(GD) Birendra Singh

33 No.08120448 Rfn(GD) Mukesh Singh

34 No.08120240 Rfn(GD) Anil kumar

35 No 09130284 Rfn(GD) Nitai Barman

36 No. 081206862 Rfn(GD) Arbind Kumar Singh

37 No.09130075 Rfn(GD) Bikash Malakar

38 No.08121043 Rfn(GD) Kanak Das

39 No.08120945 Rfn(GD) T. Jogarao

40 No.08120181 Rfn(GD) Sanjit Das

41 No.09130445 Rfn(GD) Sakal Deb Kumar

42 No.09130152 Rfn(GD) Kajaila Mog

43 No.09130056 Rfn(GD) Pranoy Nama

44 No.08120470 Rfn(GD) Munesh Kumar

45 No.09130159 Rfn(GD) Debabrata Das

46 No.06110996 Rfn(GD) Mithun Majumder

47 No.08120441 Rfn(GD) Jayendra Singh

List of trained persons for search and rescue with available equipments(latest)

Sl.No. Name of staff /persons Mobile No Address

1. Sri Indrajit Bhowmik,N/G D.M Office(G)

2. Sri Sankar Datta,Peon -do-

3 Sri Ashis Debnath,LDC 9856423525 SDM office,(U)

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4. Sri Ganesh Naha, PI 9862187852 Dy Director,YSA(G)

5. Sri Jayata Majumder,R.I 9436186155 SDM office(A)

6. Sri Sanjay Saha,LDC 9436524078 -do-

List of equipments available with PWD 3rd Circle, Udaipur

Sl.No. Name of Sub-Division Name of

equipments

Number of

equipment

1 Amarpur Tripper 09

Road roller 05

Excavator 10

Dozer 00

Gas cutter 00

Karbook Tripper 00

Road roller 00

Excavator 00

Dozer 00

Gas cutter 00

Udaipur Tripper 13

Road roller 00

Excavator 13

Dozer 00

Gas cutter 00

List of equipments available with agencies (Private), Amarpur / Karbook/ Udaipur under Gomati District.

Sl.

No.

Name of Sub-Division Name of Agency &

Contact No.

Name of

equipments

Number of

equipment

1 Amarpur Sri Sanjib Kr. Prasad-

9436189716

Excavator 2

Tripper 2

Road Roller 1

Sri Biplab Sen Excavator 2

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9436189743 Tripper 2

Road Roller 1

Sri Kajal Chakraborty

9436131671

Excavator 2

Tripper 2

Road Roller 1

Sri Himangshu Bikash

Saha 9436471404

Excavator 2

Tripper 2

Road Roller 1

Sri Naresh Ch. Bhowmik

9436560174

Excavator 1

Sri Rajib Saha

9436471764

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Road Roller 1

2. Udaipur Sri Joypal Kanti Saha

9436131466

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Dulal Bhattachargee

222322/266360

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Biplab Kr. Ghosh

9436131528

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Prabir Roy Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Binode Bihari Datta

9436131276

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Sadhan Ch. Dhar

9436131501

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Sumit Das

9436122101

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Pranajit Singha Roy

222211

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Asim Kr. Saha

9436131202

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Kanai Lal Sarkar

225846/223923

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Babul Bhadra

9436131479

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Partha Datta

9436131184

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Sri Dinesh Shib

9436131202

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

SP.Gomati, Field Officer (2013-14) for providing emergency support functions:-

Sl.NO. Location Postal address Phone No.

1. SDPO,Udaipur Gomati District

Sri Subrata Debbarma, TPS, SDPO, Udaipur, Qtr :-Dakbanglow Road, Udaipur.

Office:-03821-222323 M-9436949173

2. SDPO,Amarpur Gomati District

Sri Ashok Rk. Sinha,TPS SDPO,Amarpur

Office:- 03821-263258 M-9436459517

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Qtr:- Amarpur Quarter,Amarpur

3. SDPO OmpiNagar Gomati District

Sri Frensis Darlong,TPS SDPO Ompinagar Qtr:- SDPO Office Qtr.

Office:-03825-264286 M-9436949238

4. SDPO Karbook Sri Shyamananda Sharma,TPS SDPO Karbook Qtr:- SDPO Office Qtr

Office:-o3821-269218 M-9436132892

Quick Respoonse team(QRT) of SP at Udaipuir Dist.HQ:-

Name /Designation /officeaddress / resiodential address

Phone with STD code & e-mail

Team leader

Sri Lalthuria Darlong,TPS Gr-I Addl,SP(Gomati,) Udaipur Residence:Dakbanglow Road,Udaipur

Phone:- 03821-222213 M-9436525119

Alternative Team leader

Sri Bir Chandra Jamatia,RI(Gomati) Dhajanagar,Udaipur,Gomati Dist Residence:- Police lines Qtr,Dhajanagar

Office:-03821-223574 M-9862893250

District Level Committee for Forest Area(2013-14)

Sl.No Name Designation Address Phone number

Land Mobile

1. District Forest

Officer

Chairman O/O the District Forest

Officer,Gomati District

03821-

222440

943631700

2. Divisional Forest

Officer,Udaipur

Member O/O the Divisional

Forest Udaipur,Gomati District

03821-

222240

8974913367

3. Divisional Forest Officer,Gomati

Member O/O the Divisional Forest ,Gomati, Gomati

District.

03821-264243

8575305121

Forest Divisional Level Management Committee

Sl.No Name Designation Address Phone number

Land Mobile

1. Divisional Forest Officer,Udaipur

Chairman O/O the Divisional Forest Udaipur,Gomati

District

03821-222240

8974913367

2 Range Officer,Udaipur Member O/O the Range Officer Udaipur,Gomati District

03821-222372

9862077607

3 Range Officer,

Kakraban

Member O/O the Range

OfficerKakraban,Gomati District.

03821-

265574

9615419804

4. Range Officer,Killa membver O/O the Range

Officer,Killa,Gomati District

- 9615752562

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Gomati Forest division

Sl.No Name Designation Address Phone number

Land Mobile

1. Divisional Forest

Officer,Gomati ,Gomati District

Chairman O/O the Divisional

Forest Officer,Gomati, Gomati District

03821-

264243

8575305121

2 Range

Officer,Amarpur

Member O/O the Range Officer,

Amarpur, Gomati Distrtict

- 9436130765

3 Range Officer,Karbook

Member O/O the Range Officer,Karbook(Gomati

District.

- 9862989380

4 Range Officer,Thirthamukh

Member O/O the Range Officer, Thirthamukh,Gomati

District,

- 9615961267

5. Range Officer, Taidu Member O/O the Range Officer,Taidu, Gomati

District.

- 9856992590/ 9436539282

LIST OF NODAL OFFICERS OF DIFFERENT OFFICES UNDER Gomati DISTRIC

for 2014-15 District Control Room No. Toll free No.= 1077

Other No. 03821 226558 LIST OF NODAL OFFICERS OF DIFFERENT OFFICES UNDER GOMATI DISTRICT

for 2014-15 . District Control Room No. Toll free No.1077 ,Other No. 03821 226558

Sl. No.

Name of office Name of nodal officer with address

Contact No. Name of alternate nodal officer with address.

Contact No.

Land No Mobile No. Land No. Mobile No.

1* D.M Office (G) Abhijit Malakar,Try.O 03821-222-256 9862650288 - - -

2* S.P office (G) Dy. S.P (G) 03821223574 9436120816 Kiran Kr. Tripura 03821223574 9436120816

3* DD,ARD (G) Dr.Ratan Dasgupta,DD,ARD

03821222374 9436129192 Dr.Amal Majumder,VAS

- 9436470058

4 ,Dist. ICA (G)

Partha Pratim Chakraborty,ICO

03821222243 9774743581 Md. Fakaruddin,ICO

03821222243 9436497307

5* Dist.Forest..Officer (G)

Ravi Dhar,J.E 03821-222-441 9836517090 Amulya Ch. Bhowmik

03821222241 8014086108

6* Dist. Transport (G) Smti Debjani Deb,DTO 03821-223-724 9436504198 Kanoj Debbarma,MVI

03821222374 9436138383

7* Superintending Engineer,RD Circle II,UDP

SriTapan Kr. Sarkar A.E

03821-224-739 9436582361 - - -

7.* EE,PWD(R&B), Udaipur

Goutam Reang,Asstt Engineer

- 9436122974 Kajal Kanti Mazumder

- 9862029809

8* DD,Agriculture (G) Debasis Chaudhuri,Asstt.

03821222248 8014269393 Ajoy Debbarma, THAS Gr-IV

03821222248 9863132601 9436131128

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Director

9* S.E, W.RCircle-III Sisir Chiran, EE, WR,Divn-III

03821222339 9436131611

9* S.E, 3rd circle, PWD

(R&B),Udaipur Rabi Sankar Bhattacharjee,EE

03821-222378 9436490044 Samit Das,A.E 03821222378 9436926325

10* S.E , DWS ,Circle Udaipur

Sukhen Sarkar ,E. E. DWS, Div.Udaipur

03821222274 (o) 03821222393®

09436470717

Puru Saha, Asstt. Engineer, DWS

03821222398 9436502657

11 Dy.Director,Fishery Ashok Deb,Je.Engineer(Fy)

03821222491 9436790506 Manik Das Je.Surveyor

03821222491 9862444364

12* Dist. Inspector of Social Education

Amalendu Bhowmik,Dy.Director

03821222224 0436451602 Sudir Ghosh,CDPO

03821225285 9856140969

13* SDM, Udaipur

Smti Debjni Deb,DC,UDaipur

- 9436504198 Bhabesh Ch. Bhadra,DCM,Killa

- 9862475162

14 *

SDM , Amarpur

Partha Das,DCM

03821263-226

9436540705

15* SDM , Karbook

Arijit Debbarma,PEO 03821269202 8413014595 Girendra Debbarma, J.E & Sajal Chakraborty

03821269202 03821269202

8974909754 9615944673

16* BDO, Kakraban Subrata Majumder, BDO

03821265436 9436470988 Haripada Sarkar,PEO

03821265436 9436538530

17* BDO, Matabari Mithu Das Gupta, P.EO,MTB

223520 9436558978 Pujan Sen, PEO - 9436127573

18 *

BDO,Killa

Sri Stiphen Reang, PEO

03821274253 / 271254

9612718109 9436189103

Sri Bimal Sadhan Jamatia,LDC

9612799495/ 9612799495

19* BDO, Amarpur Biplab Acharjee(PEO) 03821263264/ 263065

9436514131 Hira Manik Tripura(PEO)

03821263264/ 263065

9612343968

20* BDO,Karbook BDO, Karbook 03821-269-202 - 1.CDPO, KBK CIDS 2.PEO,KBK Block

03821-269202

9862239780/ 943613446 --

21 *

BDO, Ompi

Narayan Debnath,PEO 03825-264-315 9436563683 Ghris Debbarma, H/C

03825262315 9436385535

22 *

BDO Silachari Basanta Chakraborty PEO

03823277244 9612413202 - - -

22* BDO, Tepania BDO,Tepania 03821228249 8413982723 Ajit Jamatia,P.O Arjun Rabi Das

03821228250 --

9862619787 857509398

23* 5thBn TSR ,Nodal Officer

Tulu Mani Chakma,Asstt Comdt

0381290040 (o)

94364590651

Prasun Kanti Tripura,Asstt Comdt.

0381290040 9402323715

24 120 Road constr Coy(GREF)

Genda Lal, AEE(Civ) 9862178516 Swapan Kumar das,AEE(Civ)

8974465201

25* Divisional Fire Office,UDP

Ganesh Debbarma DFO

03821222476 9436184141 YunuchMia Khadim,O/C

03821223518 9436772056

26 2 Assam Rifles, Dhajanagar

Major Naveen Kumar C

- 9436473240 Asstt. Commandant D C Moral

- 9436135785

27 102 Bn BSF, Maharanichara

Ajoy Kumar 2nd

In command

- 9402525739 Rajesh Dubey,DC/QM

- 9436933987

27 120Road Constr Coy(Gref)

Swapan Kr. Das,AEE(Civ)21C

- - Genda Lal AEE(Civ)

- -

28 129Bn BSF,Bagafa Adjt 129Bn BSF - 9436460622 QM 129 BSF 03823-272343

28 Dy.Director, Food,Civil

DDF 03821222827 Asstt Director Food

03821222827

29* Dy. Director of Education

Lakshman Ch. Das,HM,OSD

03821222472 9774691553 - - -

30* -do- Khokan Ch. Das, Training Coordinator,SSA

03821222225 9856423805 - - -

31* -do- Haradhan Ch. Saha,HM UDP Girls HS School

03821222226 9862089189 - - -

32* -do- Promode Debbarma,O/S

03821222225 9856884453 - - -

33* -do- Dipak Sen, LDC, Dist. Education

-do- 9863122450

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33* -do- Tapan Bhattacharjee,A/T, Secy NSS

- 9863133211

33* I/S-(Sub-Division level Nodal officer,Udaipur

Somnath Chakraborty,I/S

03821222272 9856777321 - - -

34* I/S-(Sub-Division level Nodal officer Amarpur

Parimal Ch. Das, I/S 03821263644 9436470129 - - -

35* I/S-(Sub-Division level Nodal officer,Karbook

Sanju Debbarma , HM - 9402341408/ 801405244

- - -

35* Dist. Youth Affairs & Sports

Biplab Kr. Datta,Asstt Director

03821 9402599511 Dulal Biswas, Sports officer

9336471171

36 W.R Division No. III,Udaipur District

Sudhan Debbarma,E.E 03821222339 9436121779 - - -

37 -do Udaipur Sub-Division

Sishir Chiran,A.E - 9436131611 - - -

38 -do- Amrpur Sub-Division

Sudip Biswas,A.E - 9436517949 - - -

39 TSECL Er.H.K. Das, AGM (Elect)

03821222340 9436464108

40* DRCS Bishnupada Roy,Coop officer

03821222250 9436520044 Rajendra Majumder

03821222250 9436490778

41* Nehru Yuva Kebdra,UDP

Keshab Kumar Sarkar,Accountt.

03821223521 9436461636 Iqbal Hossain Chowdhury,

03821223521 9774120463

DISTRICT LEVEL CORE TEAM 2014-15

WARNING TEAM

1 ADM, Gomati District & PD DRDA, (G)

Leader 223557 /

9436540787

Warning

team

2. Sr. Deputy Magistrate,Gomati Member 9436139990 -do-

3 Superintending Engineer, WR, Udaipur Member 224631 /

9436128264

-do-

4. DIO, NIC, Udaipur Member 225708 / -do-

5. Superintendent of Taxes,Udaipur Member 222350/ -do-

Search and Rescue

1 Superintending Engineer, PWD (R & B) Leader 222378

/9436139555

Search and

Rescue team

2 EE, PWD(R&B),Udaipur Member 222238/ -do-

3 EE, W.R, Udaipur Member 222339/

9436121778

-do-

4 Deputy Director, ARDD, Gomati District,

Udaipur

Member 222374 /

9436129`92

-do-

5 Sri Ganesh Naha, Secretary ,Tripura

Swimming Academe, Udaipur (

Member 9862187852 -do-

6 Divisional Fire Officer,Udaipur Member 222476/

9436184141

-do-

7 Asstt. Comdt. Sri Rajibsen Gupta, 5th

Bn

TSR,Duluma.

Member 9436459014 -do-

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8 Asstt comdt, Sri Tulumani Chakma, 5th

Bn

TSR, Duluma

Member 9436490651 -do-

First Aid

1 District Welfare Officer, Udaipur Leader 222296 /

09774388539

First Aid

2 Chief Medical Officer, Gomati District,

Udaipur

Member 222221 /

9862565496

-do-

3 District Education Officer, Udaipur Member 222472/

9862152072

-do-

4 District Labour Officer,Udaipur/ Chief labour

Officer

Member 222374 /

9436471144

-do-

5 Deputy Director, Agriculture, Udaipur Member 222248 /

9436121740

-do-

6 IRCS (Sri Makhanlal Acharjee) Member 222654 /

9862430708

-do-

Shelter Management

1 District Forest Officer, Gomati Leader 222441

/9436131700

Shelter

Management

Team

2 AGM, Tripura State Electrical Corporation. Member 222340 /

9436456028

-do-

3 Superintending Engineer, RD Circle –II,

Udaipur

Member 224739/

9436131217

-do-

4 Smti Jaba Chakraborty, Coordinator, NYK,

Udaipur

Member 223521/

9436566716

-do-

5 EE, RD, S. Div-I,Udaipur Member 222415

/9436582361

-do-

6 EE, DWS, Udaipur Member 222274 /

9436131611

-do-

7 Asstt Director, ICA, Udaipur Member 222243 / -do-

Relief & Rehabilitation

1 Superintending Engineer. DWS, Udaipur Leader 223547/

9436124705

Relief &

Rehabilitation

team

2 Deputy Director , Food., Gomati District

Member 222288 /

9436792776

-do-

3. GM, DIC, Udaipur Member 222406 /

09774617042

-do-

4 Deputy Director, Fisheries, Udaipur Member 222491/

222258/

-do-

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5 Asstt Director, Food, Udaipur Member 9856650471 -do-

6 Superintendent of Taxes, Udaipur Member 222350 / -do-

7 Dy. Director, Youth & Sport

Member 224649 /

9863243222

-do-

8 Deputy Director, Agriculture, Udaipur Member 222248 /

9436121740

-do-

Trauma Care

1 Superintendent of Health, Udaipur Leader 222410 /

9862094-23

Trauma Care

team

2 District Nodal Officer, Gomati District Member 222442 / -do-

3 Scientific Officer, Member 222-137/

0977432417

-do-

4 Red Cross Society,(Makhanlal Acharjee) Member 9862430708/22

2654

-do-

DISTRICT LEVEL QUICK RESPONSE TEAMS 2014-15

Sl

No

Name of sub-Committee Name of the Official Post

held

Signature with

Mobile No.

1 Warning

&Evacuation

committee

1., Dist. Welfare Officer, (G) Team

leader

2. S.A,Matabari. Member 9436129093/

223629

3. Er. Dipak Lod,.Sr. Manager,

TSECL, Banduar

Member 9436131012/2

22-333

4. Sri L. Das,OSD,DEO

Member 97746915532/

22472

5. Er. Goutam Reang,SDO, PWD

(R&B) , Udaipur

Member 222238 /

9436185405

6. Sri Sumnath Chakraborty,

I.S,Udaipur

Member

7. Sri Swapan Das, Dy. Director,

Fishery / Superintendent of Fishery

Member 222258/

9612163026

8.Sri Debasis Saha, A.O, MTB Agri. Member 9436471169

9. Sri Sushanta Debnath ,LDC,

Dist. Labour Office

Member 9402154730

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10 .Sri Sobha Ch. Tripura,LDC,

Dy.Director, Food.

Member

11. Sri Atish Sinha, MVI, Dist.

Transport

Member 9436129945/

223724

12.Sri Bibash Roy,LDC,TR Division

Member 9436521560

13. Sri Nihar Das, H/C, Dist. Panch.

Member 9862436970

14.Sri Hiralal Chakma,UDC,

Transport

Member 9436136023/

223724

15. Sri Swapan Barman,UDC,EE,PWD

(R&B)Office

Member

16. Sri Manik Das ,LDC, Divn. Forest

Office. Udaipur

Member

17. .Sri Dipankar Dey, Gr-D, DEO,

Udaipur

Member

18.Uttam Kr. Paul,Gr-D,ARDD

Office

Member

19 Sri Kishury Mohan Jamatia,Peon,

Sub-Register

Member

20. Sri Dulal Bhowmik, Gr-D, Jdl. Sec

Member

21. Sri Sanjit Ch. Dey, Peon, Dist.

Panchayat

Member

2

First Aid Committee 1..Dr. Sujit Roy, T.S Hospital, Udaipur

Team

leader

2.Dr. D.K.Paul, MS,DBCS,Udaipur Member 9436131306

3.Dr Kamal Reang , CMO office

4. . Dr Niru Mohan Jamatia, CMO

office

5. Dr. Amal Majumder, Dy. Director,

ARDD

Office(Jamjuri

Member

9436470058

6.Dr. Sajal Das, Dy. Director , ARDD

Office

Member

9774498121

7. Sri Suren Debbarma, UDC, Dist.

Panch.

Member

8 Sri Goutam Deb,Health Asstt.,PGP Member

9436182243

9. Sri Tapan Ch. Dey, LDC, PGP member 9862348552

10..Smti Sujata Das,UDC, EE, PWD

(DWS)

Member

9874685079

11.Smti Sita Saha,UDC, EE, PWD

(R&B)

Member

12.SriKhokan Nandi, Surveyer, EE, Member 9436557839

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3.

PWD(R&B)

13.Smti,Dipali Rani Deb,LDC, Dist.

Panchayat.

Member

14. Smti Mira Dey, UDC, I.S Office Member

9863482070

15.Smti Archana Majumder,H/C,

ARDD Office

Member 9206101668

16. Smti Atashi Chakraborty,UDC,

Dist. Education Office

Member 9436721697

17 Smti Arati Chowdhury,H/C, DFO 9436496384

18.Smti Bishu Rani Jamatia,H/C, DFO Member

9612446595

19.Smti Rama Chakraborty,UDC, DFO Member

8794561208

20. Smti Rrati Das,UDC, EE,DWS

Office

Member

9615256233

21.Smti Sabitri Goswami, LDC, Supdt.

of Agri.

Member 9402524539

22 Sri Ratan Ch. Shil, UDC, Dy.

Director, Food

23. Sri Arjun Debnath,LDC,Rev Sec Member

24.Sri Arjun Nama, LDC, Supdt. of

Taxes

Member 9612264381

25Md. Rafiqul Islam, LDC, Supdt of

Taxes

Member

26.. Sri Suman Das,Gr-D,ARDD

Office

Member

Search & Rescue

Committee

1.Er. Narendra Dalal ,EE,(PWD),Div.-

1 Team

leader

/

222238

2.Er. Laxman Sarkar,EE,RD ,Div-I,

UDP

Member 9436582361/

222415

3.Er. Sishir Charran, EE,WR,

Udaipur

Member /

222339

4.,Dy. Director,Youth & Sports,

Udaipur

Member / 224-649

5. Er. Surajit Paul, A.E, RD Div-1

Member 9436358873/

222415

6..Er. Sistha Hari Jamatia, A.E,PWD

(R&B) Killa

Member 9856518151

7.ER. Sajal Ghosh, A.E,PWD(R&B),

Kakraban

Member 9436452196

8.Er.Kanti Gopal Roy,SDO(PWD)Div-

1

Member 9436540633

9.Sri. A.B Tripura, Chief . Labour

Officer-

Member 9436471144

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10.Er. Tapan Sarkar, A.E, RD Circle-

II, Udaipur

Member 224739 /

11.Er. Tapas Baruya, J.E,DR Div-1 Member 9436131146/

222415

12.Er. Amit Sarkar,J.E, DWS,Udaipur Member 9436555577

13.Er Swapan Das, A.E, DWS,Udaipur Member 9862164508

14.Superintendent of Agri, Matabari Member 223629/

9436129093

15..Sri L Ch. Das, OSD, District

Education Office,Udaipur

Member

9436187907

16.Sri Debasis Saha, Agri

Officer,MTB

Member 9436471169/

223629/

17.Sri Swapan Das,Dy.

Director,Fishery/ Superintendent

Member 9612163026/

222-491/

222-258

18.Sri Ganesh Debbarma,Divn.Fire

Officer

Member 9436184141/

222-476

19.Sri Ganesh Naha, P.I, Gakulpur

High School

Member 9862187852

20. Smti Basanti Mandal,UDC ,EE,

PWD (R&B)

Member 9612754682

21 Smti Mani Rani Barua,LDC, EE,

PWD(R&B)

Member

9436470357

9436470351

22. Smti Sarbani Dey,LDC,EE, PWD

(R&B)

Member

8974685079

23. Sri Swapan Barman,UDC,EE,

PDW (R&B),Udaipur

Member -

24. Sri Nripendra Ch. Paul,UDC, TR

Div.

Member 9862387647

25. Smti Rita Nandi,LDC, EE,PWD

(R&B), Udaipur

Member 9774696462

26.Sri Samir Majumder,LDC, EE,

PWD (R&B),Udaipur

Member 9436187995

27.Sri Goutm Debnath,LDC, ,Supdt. of

Agri.

Member 9774901921

28. Sri Raju Ghosh,LDC, Acctt Sec.

Member -

29.Asstt. Comdt. Sri Rajibsen Gupta,

5th

Bn TSR,Duluma

Member 9436459014

30. . Asstt comdt, Sri Tulumani

Chakma, 5th

Bn TSR, Duluma

Member 9436490651

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31. Sri Badal saha,,Gr-D, I.S Offic

Member 9863607614

32. .Sri Bijoy Lal Das,Peon,EE,PWD

(R&B)

Member

9862187813

33.Smti Royeli Roy Bhowmik,Gr-D,

Dist. Edu. Office

Member 9856462161

34 .Smti Shikha Chakraborty, MCW,

PGP

Member -

35. Sri Surendra Debbarma,UDC,Dist.

Panchayat Office

36.Md. Narul Amin, UDC, ARDD Member 9862937024

37. .Sri Manik Das, LDC,DFO ,UDP

Member 9862471549

38. Sri Partha Saha, LDC,Dy. Director,

Food.

Member

4. Shelter Management /

Rehabilitation

Committee.

1.R. Arun Kumar,IFS

Divisional Forest officer,Udaipur. Team

leader

8974913367/

222240

2.Er Shishir Charran, EE, DWS Member 9436131611

3. A.E, RD Circle-II

Member 224-739

4.Er.Debasish Pal, SDO, Internal ,

PWD (Electrical)

Member

5., Supdt. of Tax,Udaiur Member

6.Er. Laksham Das,A.E, DR, Div-I

Member 9436470429

7 Er. Swapan Das. AE,DWS, Udaipur.

Member 9862164508

8. Er. Zakir Hossain,J.E, DWS

Member 9436185013

9.Sri Biraj Krishna Das, Scientific

Officer

Member 0977432417

10. Sri R. Darlong, Dy. Director, PGP,

TR Div

Member

11. Sri Goutam Majumder,

Employment Exch. Officer

Member 9612020772

12.Smti Bharati Barman(Das), O/S,

DICA

Member 8014106713

13.Smti Bina Debbarma,H/C,ARDD Member 9856607266

14.Sri Purnandu Bhushan Datta,DISE

Member 9436167749

15 .District education officer,Udaipur Member 9862152072/2

22-472

16.Sri Md.. Kamal Uddin, Asstt

Director , Dist. planning

Member 9436471884

17. Sri Apurba Kr. Das, Draftsman, Member 9436187996

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EE,PWD(R&B)

18.Sri Ratan Chakrborty Surveyer,

EE,PWD(R&B)

Member 9774839280

19.Sri. Hiralal Chakma,UDC,Dist.

Transport

Member 9436136023

20. , UDC, EE, PWD ( DWS) Member 9436471633

21.Sri.Jayanta Das,LDC, ARDD Office `

Member

9436521589

22.Sri Rajib Deb,LDC, DFO ,Udaipur Member 9856033441

23.Sri Upendra Debbarma,H/C,

Dist.Planning

Member

24.Sri Nakul Das, LDC, T.R Division Member 9856646273

25. Sri Narayan Dey, MCW, TR –Div. Member 9856917968

26. Subal Chakraborty, Peon, Planning.

Member

5. Relief Distribution

Committee

1. Dy. Director,Food, Udaipur (G)

Dist.

Team

leader

2.Superintendent of Agriculture,

Matabari

Member

223629 /

9436129093

3.Superintendent of Fishery, Udaipur Member 222258/

9612163028

4.Dy. Director, ARDD, Udaipur Member 9436129192 /

222374

5., Asstt Director, Food

Member

6.Dr. Sajal Kanti Majumder,

VAS,ARDD

Member 9436472534

7. Motor vehicle Inspector, Transport. Member 23724

8.Sri Ajoy Chakraborty, Dy. I.S, IS

Office

Member 9862163984

9 Sri Swapan Shil, Dy. I.S, I.S Office Member 9436473854

10Sri Raju Majumder, Agri. Officer,

S.A

Member 9862988977

11 Sri Subrata Das, Agri Officer, S.A Member 9862348531

12 Sri Manik Das, LDC, Divisional

Forest.

Member 9862471549

13.Sri Partha Saha, LDC,Dy.Director

Food.

Member

14.Sri Ananda Majumder,UDC, ARDD Member 9862433617

15. Sri Suresh Das, Auditor(P),Panch. Member

16 Sri Benilal Mitra, Agri Inspector,

Supdt.Agri

Member 9856638667

17.Sri Nikunja Ch. Debnath,UDC,

Supdt. Of Agri

Member 9862402540

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18 Md. Ohab Mia, Gr-D , I.S Office. Member -

19.Sri Parendra Debbarma,Peon,

Transport

Member 9612108522

6. Trauma Counseling 1 . Sri Abhijit Malakar,D.C,,D.M‟s

Offic Team

leader

9862650288 /

222442

2. Dr. Angshuman Das, Medical

Officer (PGP),

Member 9862935905

3. Dy.Director,ARDD,Gomati

District

Member

9436129192 /

222374

4. . Guru Prasad Bhattacharjee,

(ARCS), DRCS in-charge.

Member 222250 /

5.Sri Biralal Debbarma, Accountant,

PGP

Member 9436521561

6.. Sri Ranjit Das, UDC, Gl Sec. Member 9856675950

7..Md Iven Mia, Peon NIC Sec.

Member -

8. Sri Jagadish Das, Gr-D, Pass port

Section.

Member -

9. Sri Sankar Datta, Peon, D.M „s

Office(G)

Member -

10. Sri Haradhan Das, peon, DWSC

Sec

Member -

7. Damage & Assessment

Committee

1.Sri Pradip Sarkar,D.C, D.M Office Team

leader.

222287/

9436992710

1. Sri Laxman Sarkar,E.E,RD Div.-I,

Udaipur

Leading

Officer

222415 /

9436582361

2.Superintendent of Agriculture ,MTB, Member 223629/

9436129093

3Sri Subrata Das, A.O., A.A MTB.

4. DGM, TSEC, Udaipur, Banduar Member 222371/

9436136020

5..Sri Lakshman Das, A.E, RD,

Udaipur

Member 9436470429

6.Sri Tapas Barua ,J.E,RD Division-I,

Udaipur

Member 9436131146

7.Sri Parimal Kr. Das, Agri.Inspector,

S.A

Member 9863121294

8. .Sri Amendra Debbarma,LDC CRC

Sec.

Member 8974870110

9.. Sri Shyamal Bhattacharjee,LDC,

Dist. Labour office

Member 9402154730

10. Sri Nepal Das, Peon, L A Sec Member

11.. Sri Narayan Ch. Dey, MCW,TR

Div.

Member 9856917968

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Description of vulnerable areas of the District :

Flood levels of Amarpur Sub-division

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31.0

0 m

tr

31.5

0 m

tr.

32.0

0 m

tr

. 3

3.5

2 m

tr.

(04-0

8-8

3)

Fully Flood Prone areas:- Bampur(Samatalpara), Birganj, Karariakhola, Mailak,Rangamati, Baiswamani,Dhanalekha, Nagrai, Tirthamukh, Nutanbazar, parts of Amarpur Town, Kamlai and Changang.

Partly Flood Prone areas:- Town Rangkang, Birbal Das Para, Santi Palli, Dhakaiya Para, Vivekananda Palli, Habi Choudhury Char, Thalchara(Dalak), West Malbasa, Ekchari, Chellagang, Rangachara,Ompinag ar, South Taidu, Haripur, Uttar Taidu, Paschim Sarbong, Karaichara(Tirthamukh), South Sangang,Chechua,Chandipara,Hrishi Arbinda Colony, Lalgiri and New Kathaliamura

Flood levels of Udaipur Sub-Division

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mti

.

20.3

0 m

tr.

21.0

0 m

tr.

21.5

0 m

tr.

22.0

0 m

tr.

22.0

0 m

tr.

(04-0

8-8

3)

Low Flood level area:- Amtali, Kushamara, Palatana, Salgarah, Kakraban, Rani, Hadra and part of Shilghati.

Medium Flood level area:- Jamjuri, Khilpara, Murapara, Garjanmura, Rajnagar, North Maharani, Hirapur.

High Flood level area:- Low lying areas of Rajarbag, Pitra, Photamati, Fulkumari, Matabari and Laxmipati.

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3. RESPONSE MECHANISMS

i. SETTING UP CONTROL ROOM AND MANNING OF CONTROL ROOM .

STATEMENT OF CONTROL ROOMS

Sl. No.

Name of River

Location of Gauge

Location & address of Control Room

Incharge of control Room

Phone No. if any

Remarks

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 Gumati Udaipur W.R.Sub-Division No.II, Udaipur

Assistant Engineer, W.R.Sub-Division No.II, Udaipur

(03821)

222-571

2 Gumati Amarpur Water Resource Sub-Division, Amarpur.

Assistant Engineer, Water Resource Sub-Division, Amarpur.

(03821)

263-589

ii. ASSIGNMENT OF DUTIES TO THE ENGINEERS:-

Nodal officers

District Nodal Officer: ( SISHIR CHIRAN )

Executive Engineer,

W.R. Division No.III, Udaipur

Office: 03821 -222-339

Mobile: 9436131611

Udaipur Sub-Division ( Mongsi Mog)

Assistant Engineer,

W.R. Sub-Division No.II, Udaipur

Mobile: 9862174661

Amarpur Sub-Division (Sri Sudip Biswas)

Assistant Engineer,

W.R. Sub-Division , Amarpur

Mobile: 9436517949

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iii) DUTIES OF QUICK RESPONSE TEAMS :

In the event of a flood, Quick response teams shall be the core body for

execution of different aspects of the plan

1. The first responses shall have to be started immediately without any delay

2. Shall report to the respective authority on a hourly basis regarding the

situation 3. May contact with sister departments or other district level officers for

necessary help in manpower/equipment/information. 4. May put requisition for essential commodities to the respective

authority.

5. May call for services of volunteers/NGOs 6. Shall work in close coordination with teams of other line departments

iv) QUICK RESPONSE AND DAMAGE ASSESSMENT TEAM OF PWD(WR)

/GAUGE STATION

Udaipur Nagar Panchayat, Matabari & Killa Block

(i) Er.Mihir Chakraborty, AE.

Mobile No: 9436454619

R.K.Pur Gauge

(ii) Er.Debasish Saha, JE. Station, Gumti River Mobile no: 9615082873

(iii) Er. Jayanta Saha, JE.

Mobile No: 9436159230

KAKRBAN BLOCK

(i) Sri Mongsi Mog,AE

Mobile: 9862174661

Kakraban Gauge

(ii) Er.Partha Sarathi Ghosh,JE. Station, Gumti River

Mobile No: 9436182548

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(iii) Er.Dibyendu Debbarma,JE.

Mobile No: 8014156430

AMARPUR SUB-DIVISION

(i) Er.Sudip Biswas, AE.

Mobile No: 9436517949

Amarpur Gauge

(ii) Er.Asit Saha, JE. Station, Gumti River

Mobile No: 9436472573

(iii) Er. Subhankar Das, JE.

Mobile No: 9436562281

v) LENGTH OF EMBANKMENT (EXISTING)

Sl.No. Location River/ Chera

Existing Length

Area

protected (Ha)

1 2 3 4 5

1 Hadra- Shilghati Gumti 7.10 Km 1100

2 Dakmajala Gumti 4.00 Km. 900

3 Harijala Gumti 7.91 Km 500

Total 5050

5) MITIGATION MEASURES

i) Flood fore-casting:-

The flood fore casting is generally done either by computation of observed

rainfall in all Sub-catchments through self recording rain gauge or by observation

of flood levels at suitable points/stating in the upper region of river. Both have to

be transmitted at short intervals by wireless requiring elaborate round the clock

operation of wireless system. This will be purposeful only in long rivers where

the time gap of flood water from observed river gauge station/rain gauge station

to the flood prone region be at least more than eight hours which is required for

receiving the news of flood magnitude computed and getting prepared. But all the

rivers in Tripura are of smaller length originating within the state. Hence in

Tripura, Flood fore casting technique has very limited help in giving advance

intimation of flood probability.

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ii) Flood Proofing Infrastructure:-

Strengthening embankments: Water Resource Department may take up

Raising & Strengthening of weak and vulnerable embankment prioritizing

the works subject to availability of fund.

Water shed management: May be taken up by Agriculture Department.

Better Drainage: Drainage condition of flood prone areas may be improved by

respective Nagar Panchayat and Gram Panchayat Authorities.

Improvement of existing Warning Systems:

i) At present, the existing Gauge-Discharge sites lack necessary infrastructure to

carry out the required duties smoothly and promptly. For this the minimum requirements are as

below:

a) One small shed for the Gauge reader at each G-D Site.

b) One vehicle at each G-D Site.

c) One no. Mobile/Telephone(Land-line) for Gauge reader at each G-D Site

d) One Mobile Phone each for members of Quick response team toward effective

communication during floods.

ii) The existing system of flood warning can be improved if following additional

Gauge-Discharge sites can be established at the upstream of rivers at places indicated below:-

Gumti – Dam site at Tirthamukh,

6. FLOOD FIGHTING MATERIAL TO BE ARRANGED BEFORE ENSUING

MONSON/2014.

Sl.No. Name of Offices Empty Bag Sand Wire Crates. Brick Bats.

1 2 3 4 5 6

1. O/o the AE, W.R. Sub-Division No-I, Udaipur.

10,000 Nos. 2000 Cft. 100 Nos. 40 Cum

2. O/o the AE, W.R. Sub-Division No-II, Udaipur.

10,000 Nos. 1000 Cft. 28 Nos. 15 Cum

3. O/o the AE, Gumti Barrage Sub-Division, Udaipur.

2,000 Nos. 1000 Cft. 28 Nos. 15 Cum

4. O/o the AE, W.R. Sub-Division Amarpur.

10,000 Nos. 1500 Cft. 40 Nos. 60 Cum

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7. WORKING PROGRAMME OF TRANSMITTING FLOOD WARNING MESSAGE

AMARPUR

Sl.

No

.

Gauge

Station

Name of

river &

embankme

nt

Gaug

e

level

Flood

stage

Who will send

message & his

function

To whom

message to

be send &

his function

How to

send

message

For

m of

Mess

age

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 Amarp

ur

Gumati

Amarpur

Embankme

nt

30.50

M

Probabl

e flood

stage

Gauge Reader

a) Jr.

Engineer

b) Asstt.

Engineer

W.R. SD,

Amarpur

By

phone if

failing

by

messeng

er

“A”

- - - 31.00

M

Critical

level

J.E./ AE to be present

on embankment till it

recede below 31.00 M

S.D.M.

Udaipur and

S.D.P.O.

Udaipur

By

wireless “A”

- - - 31.50

M

Danger

level

A..E./ E.E to be

present on

embankment till it

recede below 31.50 M

EE/ SE. /

CE / S.D.M.

/DM

(GOMATI)/

By

wireless “C”

- - - 32.00

M

Extreme

danger

level

-Do- S.E, to visit

embankment if

situation so demands.

EE/SE./CE/

DM,

Gomati/

Principal

Secretary,

PWD, Agt.

By

wireless “C”

UDAIPUR

Sl.

No.

Gauge

Station

Name of

river &

embank

ment

Gauge

level

Flood

stage

Who will send

message & his

function

To whom

message to

be send &

his function

How to

send

messag

e

Form

of

Mess

age

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 Udaipur

Gumati

Udaipur

Embankm

ent

20.30M

Probabl

e flood

stage

Gauge Reader

a) Jr.

Engineer

b) Asstt.

Engineer,

W.R. SD

No-I/II

,Udaipur.

By

phone

if

failing

by

messen

ger

“A”

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- - - 20.80M

Probabl

e flood

stage

J.E. to be present

on embankment

till it recede below

20.80 M

a) Asstt

. Engineer

WRSD-I/II,

Udaipur.

b)E.E.

WRD-III

Udaipur

By

phone

if

failing

by

messen

ger

“A”

- - - 21.00M Critical

Stage

J.E./AE to be

present on

embankment till it

recede below

21.00 M

S.D.M.

Udaipur and

S.D.P.O.

Udaipur

By

wireles

s “C”

- - - 21.50M

Danger

level

A.E/E.E to be

present on

embankment till it

recede below

21.50M

EE/ SE. /

CE / S.D.M.

/DM

(GOMATI)/

By

wireles

s “C”

- - - 22.00M

Extrem

e

danger

level

-Do- S.E. to visit

embankment if

situation so

demands.

EE/SE./CE/

DM,

Gomati/

Principal

Secretary,

PWD, Agt,.

By

wireles

s “C”

8. FLOOD FIGHTING SYSTEM

Pre-monsoon arrangement: -

(a) All the embankments should be inspected by the Junior Engineer,

Assistant Engineer and Executive Engineer during the month of March

& April & necessary strengthening of the weak and vulnerable points

and repairing as necessary should be completed by end of April.

(b) Reasonable quantities of flood fighting equipments and materials

based on past experience as stated below shall be kept ready at

suitable points of all Embankments by end of April.

i) Empty cement/gunny bag (ii) Barak bamboo (iii) Earth /Sand (iv)

Spade (v) Basket. (vi) Petromax (vii) Haricans/Lantern (viii) Chopper

(ix) Torch light (x) Coir rope (xi) Kerosine Oil (xii) Hammer.

Monsoon arrangement.

a) Work-Asstt., Helper & Other shall be posted on the embankment specifying reaches to be taken care by individual Staff.

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b) Roster duty of attending embankments throughout the day shall be made for the entire flood season from 1st May to 15th October when

numbers of persons permit so.

c) Additional staff available within the PWD(WR) as an when necessary may be selected from PWD(DWS) & PWD(R&B) at the beginning of

flood season and requisitioned to assist existing staff of Flood Management during the danger period and also for meeting any emergency.

d) All the staff employed in maintenance of embankment or to be deployed during emergency shall be briefed by the concerned Assistant

Engineer regarding nature of works to be done by all of them.

e) The address of all incumbents should be collected and displayed in Notice Board in the Control Room so that they can be contacted immediately by the Officer-in-Charge of Control Room at any point of

time.

f) All the Officers should be available on the embankment as per guideline given in the annexed statement of function of officers and

start patrolling and attending to work/weak points with the help of his team.

g) Control Rooms would be set up at various places as mentioned above with arrangement of maintaining it round the clock during the period of river remaining above danger level.

h) Officer-in-charge of Control room shall inform all concerned as per

guide line of flood warning rules the rise and fall of flood.

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9. Function of different officials of Water Resource Organization for flood warning.

a) Gauge Reader / Helper.

The Gauge Reader would inform Junior Engineer & the Assistant Engineer-

in-Charge of embankments personally or by messenger ever when the gauge

crosses the specified i.e. flood stage level mentioned above. He should take reading

/ Record at every hour till the gauge drops below the critical flood stage level. The

Gauge Readers/Helper shall record and send the gauge reading to respective

Junior Engineer/ Assistant Engineer.

Forward/transmission through police wireless, whenever the Gauge crosses

the specified level as mentioned in the flood warning rules mentioned above.

a) Junior Engineer

Junior Engineer-in-charge of embankment shall go to the embankment even when the gauge crosses the specified level and will start patrolling and attend vulnerable points and shall remain therein till the flood levels go down below flood

stage level.

b) Assistant Engineer.

The Assistant Engineer shall inform the local SDM and highest Police Officer

of the area by phone or by special messenger whenever the gauge crosses the critical level as per flood warning rules. He shall also send the information to DM

/SE/ CE by mobile/wireless as required under the flood warning rules. After transmission of the flood message he shall go to the embankment and see the arrangement of patrolling / guarding the embankment as per guide lines of

function given above.

c) Executive Engineer.

The Executive Engineer shall go to the embankment if he happens to be in that locality at that time and see the arrangement of patrolling /guarding. He shall also go to inspect the out station embankment if the flood remains at stage

for a long time and/or the Assistant Engineer requests his presence due to real threat to the embankment.

d) Superintending Engineer.

The Superintending Engineer shall make arrangement of receiving all flood

warning message and flood reports and will compile the report of the Circle. He

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shall keep the Chief Engineer, PWD (WR) and Secretary informed if any embankment or work is breached or seriously threatened. He will visit the

embankment, if situation so demands.

10. Help from Civil Administration (DM/ SDM) on getting flood warning message.

i) To inform the people of impending flood after receipt of danger and extreme danger level signal.

ii) To maintain law and order on the working area and prevent any

possible damage to the embankment by miscreants. iii) To mobilize labours/ volunteers for strengthening embankment in the

event of help solicited by Engineering Department. iv) To requisition Braces. v) To open and run control room for receiving flood warning.

vi) To make arrangement for relief and rescue work and keep the Army alerted for above purposes.

vii) Any other duties concerning the function of flood relief co-ordinator of Revenue Department. Action plan for Disaster preparedness of flood.

11. Help from Police Department (S.P. / SDPO)

i. To give high priority in transmitting Flood warning message through

Police wireless. ii. To keep the crowd away from the flood embankment and other

working areas.

iii. To keep a watch for preventing sabotage and mischief to embankment by anti-socials.

iv. To give security to personal engaged in flood fighting etc. in case of

necessity.

12. Problem: The availability of fund in this sector is insignificant in comparison

to the extent of problem. As such most of the targeted Hard Engineering options

i,e. structural works could not be taken up due to paucity of fund.

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GOVERNMENT OF TRIPURA PUBLIC WORKS DEPARMENT (WATER RESOURCE)

Water Resource SETTING UP CONTROL ROOM AND MANNING OF CONTROL ROOM .

STATEMENT OF CONTROL ROOMS

Sl. No.

Name of River

Location of Gauge

Location & address of Control Room

Incharge of control Room

Phone No. if any

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 Gumati Udaipur W.R.Sub-Division No.II, Udaipur

Assistant Engineer, W.R.Sub-Division No.II, Udaipur

(03821)

222-571

2 Gumati Amarpur Water Resource Sub-Division, Amarpur.

Assistant Engineer, Water Resource Sub-Division, Amarpur.

(03821)

263-589

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ASSIGNMENT OF DUTIES TO THE ENGINEERS:-

Nodal officers

District Nodal Officer: ( SISHIR CHIRAN )

Executive Engineer,

W.R. Division No.III, Udaipur

Office: 03821 -222-339

Mobile: 9436131611

Udaipur Sub-Division ( Mongsi Mog)

Assistant Engineer,

W.R.Sub-Division No.II, Udaipur

Mobile: 9862174661

Amarpur Sub-Division (Sri Sudip Biswas)

Assistant Engineer,

W.R.Sub-Division , Amarpur

Mobile: 9436517949

DUTIES OF QUICK RESPONSE TEAMS :

In the event of a flood, Quick response teams shall be the core body for

execution of different aspects of the plan

10. The first responses shall have to be started immediately without any delay

11. Shall report to the respective authority on a hourly basis regarding the situation

12. May contact with sister departments or other district level officers for necessary help in manpower/equipment/information.

13. May put requisition for essential commodities to the respective

authority. 14. May call for services of volunteers/NGOs 15. Shall work in close coordination with teams of other line

departments

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QUICK RESPONSE AND DAMAGE ASSESSMENT TEAM OF PWD(WR) /GAUGE STATION

Udaipur Nagar Panchayat, Matabari & Killa Block

(i) Er.Mihir Chakraborty, AE.

Mobile No: 9436454619 R.K.Pur Gauge

(ii) Er.Debasish Saha, JE. Station,

Gumti River

Mobile no: 9615082873

(iii) Er. Jayanta Saha, JE.

Mobile No: 9436159230

KAKRBAN BLOCK

(i) Sri Mongsi Mog,AE

Mobile: 98621746 Kakraban Gauge

(ii) Er.Partha Sarathi Ghosh,JE. Station, Gumti River

Mobile No: 9436182548

(iii) Er.Dibyendu Debbarma,JE.

Mobile No: 8014156430

AMARPUR SUB-DIVISION

(i) Er.Sudip Biswas, AE.

Mobile No: 9436517949

Amarpu Gau

(ii) Er.Asit Saha, JE. tation, Gumt

Mobile No: 9436472573

(iii) Er. Subhankar Das, JE.

Mobile No: 9436562281

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v) LENGTH OF EMBANKMENT (EXISTING)

Sl.No. Location River/Chera Existing Length

Area

protected (Ha)

1 2 3 4 5

1 Hadra- Shilghati Gumti 7.10 Km 1100

2 Dakmajala Gumti 4.00 Km. 900

3 Harijala Gumti 7.91 Km 500

Total 5050

5) MITIGATION MEASURES

i) Flood fore-casting:-

The flood fore casting is generally done either by computation of observed

rainfall in all Sub-catchments through self recording rain gauge or by observation

of flood levels at suitable points/stating in the upper region of river. Both have to

be transmitted at short intervals by wireless requiring elaborate round the clock

operation of wireless system. This will be purposeful only in long rivers where

the time gap of flood water from observed river gauge station/rain gauge station

to the flood prone region be at least more than eight hours which is required for

receiving the news of flood magnitude computed and getting prepared. But all the

rivers in Tripura are of smaller length originating within the state. Hence in

Tripura, Flood fore casting technique has very limited help in giving advance

intimation of flood probability.

ii) Flood Proofing Infrastructure:-

Strengthening embankments: Water Resource Department may take up

Raising & Strengthening of weak and vulnerable embankment prioritizing

the works subject to availability of fund.

Water shed management: May be taken up by Agriculture Department.

Better Drainage: Drainage condition of flood prone areas may be improved by

respective Nagar Panchayat and Gram Panchayat Authorities.

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Improvement of existing Warning Systems:

i) At present, the existing Gauge-Discharge sites lack necessary infrastructure to

carry out the required duties smoothly and promptly. For this the minimum

requirements are as below:

e) One small shed for the Gauge reader at each G-D Site.

f) One vehicle at each G-D Site.

g) One no. Mobile/Telephone(Land-line) for Gauge reader at each G-D Site

h) One Mobile Phone each for members of Quick response team toward effective

communication during floods.

ii) The existing system of flood warning can be improved if following additional

Gauge-Discharge sites can be established at the upstream of rivers at places indicated

below:-

Gumti – Dam site at Tirthamukh,

6. FLOOD FIGHTING MATERIAL TO BE ARRANGED BEFORE ENSUING

MONSON/2014.

Sl. No.

Name of Offices Empty Bag Sand Wire Crates.

Brick Bats.

1 2 3 4 5 6

1. O/o the AE, W.R. Sub-Division No-I, Udaipur.

10,000 Nos. 2000 Cft.

100 Nos. 40 Cum

2. O/o the AE, W.R. Sub-Division No-II, Udaipur.

10,000 Nos. 1000 Cft.

28 Nos. 15 Cum

3. O/o the AE, Gumti Barrage Sub-Division, Udaipur.

2,000 Nos. 1000 Cft.

28 Nos. 15 Cum

4. O/o the AE, W.R. Sub-Division Amarpur.

10,000 Nos. 1500 Cft.

40 Nos. 60 Cum

16. WORKING PROGRAMME OF TRANSMITTING FLOOD WARNING MESSAGE

AMARPUR

Sl.

No

.

Gauge

Station

Name of

river &

embankment

Gaug

e level

Flood

stage

Who will

send message

& his

function

To whom message to be

send & his function

How to

send

message

For

m of

Mes

sage

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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1 Amarpu

r

Gumati

Amarpur

Embankment

30.50

M

Probable

flood

stage

Gauge Reader

a) Jr. Engineer

b) Asstt. Engineer

W.R. SD, Amarpur

By phone

if failing

by

messenge

r

“A”

- - - 31.00

M

Critical

level

J.E./ AE to be

present on

embankment

till it recede

below 31.00

M

S.D.M. Udaipur and

S.D.P.O. Udaipur

By

wireless “A”

- - - 31.50

M

Danger

level

A..E./ E.E to

be present on

embankment

till it recede

below 31.50

M

EE/ SE. / CE / S.D.M.

/DM (GOMATI)/

By

wireless “C”

- - - 32.00

M

Extreme

danger

level

-Do- S.E, to

visit

embankment

if situation so

demands.

EE/SE./CE/

DM, Gomati/ Principal

Secretary, PWD, Agt.

By

wireless “C”

UDAIPUR

Sl.

No.

Gauge

Station

Name of river

&

embankment

Gauge

level

Flood

stage

Who will

send

message

& his

function

To whom message to be

send & his function

How to

send

message

Form

of

Mess

age

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 Udaipur

Gumati

Udaipur

Embankment

20.30M

Probabl

e flood

stage

Gauge

Reader

a) Jr. Engineer

b) Asstt. Engineer,

W.R. SD No-I/II

,Udaipur.

By

phone if

failing

by

messeng

er

“A”

- - - 20.80M

Probabl

e flood

stage

J.E. to be

present on

embankm

ent till it

recede

below

20.80 M

b) Asstt. Engineer

WRSD-I/II,

Udaipur.

b)E.E. WRD-III

Udaipur

By

phone if

failing

by

messeng

er

“A”

- - - 21.00M Critical

Stage

J.E./AE

to be

present on

embankm

ent till it

recede

below

21.00 M

S.D.M. Udaipur and

S.D.P.O. Udaipur

By

wireless “C”

- - - 21.50M Danger

level

A.E/E.E

to be

present on

embankm

EE/ SE. / CE / S.D.M.

/DM (GOMATI)/ By

wireless “C”

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ent till it

recede

below

21.50M

- - - 22.00M

Extreme

danger

level

-Do- S.E.

to visit

embankm

ent if

situation

so

demands.

EE/SE./CE/ DM,

Gomati/ Principal

Secretary, PWD, Agt,. By

wireless “C”

FLOOD FIGHTING SYSTEM

Pre-monsoon arrangement: -

(c) All the embankments should be inspected by the Junior Engineer,

Assistant Engineer and Executive Engineer during the month of March

& April & necessary strengthening of the weak and vulnerable points

and repairing as necessary should be completed by end of April.

(d) Reasonable quantities of flood fighting equipments and materials

based on past experience as stated below shall be kept ready at

suitable points of all Embankments by end of April.

i) Empty cement/gunny bag (ii) Barak bamboo (iii) Earth /Sand (iv)

Spade (v) Basket. (vi) Petromax (vii) Haricans/Lantern (viii) Chopper

(ix) Torch light (x) Coir rope (xi) Kerosine Oil (xii) Hammer.

Monsoon arrangement.

a) Work-Asstt., Helper & Other shall be posted on the embankment specifying reaches to be taken care by individual Staff.

b) Roster duty of attending embankments throughout the day shall be

made for the entire flood season from 1st May to 15th October when numbers of persons permit so.

c) Additional staff available within the PWD(WR) as an when necessary

may be selected from PWD(DWS) & PWD(R&B) at the beginning of

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flood season and requisitioned to assist existing staff of Flood Management during the danger period and also for meeting any

emergency.

d) All the staff employed in maintenance of embankment or to be

deployed during emergency shall be briefed by the concerned Assistant Engineer regarding nature of works to be done by all of them.

e) The address of all incumbents should be collected and displayed in

Notice Board in the Control Room so that they can be contacted

immediately by the Officer-in-Charge of Control Room at any point of time.

f) All the Officers should be available on the embankment as per

guideline given in the annexed statement of function of officers and start patrolling and attending to work/weak points with the help of his team.

i) Control Rooms would be set up at various places as mentioned above

with arrangement of maintaining it round the clock during the period

of river remaining above danger level.

j) Officer-in-charge of Control room shall inform all concerned as per guide line of flood warning rules the rise and fall of flood.

17. Function of different officials of Water Resource Organization for flood warning.

b) Gauge Reader / Helper.

The Gauge Reader would inform Junior Engineer & the Assistant Engineer-

in-Charge of embankments personally or by messenger ever when the gauge

crosses the specified i.e. flood stage level mentioned above. He should take reading

/ Record at every hour till the gauge drops below the critical flood stage level. The

Gauge Readers/Helper shall record and send the gauge reading to respective

Junior Engineer/ Assistant Engineer.

Forward/transmission through police wireless, whenever the Gauge crosses

the specified level as mentioned in the flood warning rules mentioned above.

Junior Engineer

Junior Engineer-in-charge of embankment shall go to the embankment even when the gauge crosses the specified level and will start patrolling and attend

vulnerable points and shall remain therein till the flood levels go down below flood stage level.

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e) Assistant Engineer.

The Assistant Engineer shall inform the local SDM and highest Police Officer

of the area by phone or by special messenger whenever the gauge crosses the critical level as per flood warning rules. He shall also send the information to DM /SE/ CE by mobile/wireless as required under the flood warning rules. After

transmission of the flood message he shall go to the embankment and see the arrangement of patrolling / guarding the embankment as per guide lines of function given above.

f) Executive Engineer.

The Executive Engineer shall go to the embankment if he happens to be in

that locality at that time and see the arrangement of patrolling /guarding. He shall also go to inspect the out station embankment if the flood remains at stage for a long time and/or the Assistant Engineer requests his presence due to real

threat to the embankment.

g) Superintending Engineer.

The Superintending Engineer shall make arrangement of receiving all flood warning message and flood reports and will compile the report of the Circle. He shall keep the Chief Engineer, PWD (WR) and Secretary informed if any

embankment or work is breached or seriously threatened. He will visit the embankment, if situation so demands.

10. Help from Civil Administration (DM/ SDM) on getting flood warning message.

i) To inform the people of impending flood after receipt of danger and extreme danger level signal.

ii) To maintain law and order on the working area and prevent any possible damage to the embankment by miscreants.

iii) To mobilize labours/ volunteers for strengthening embankment in the

event of help solicited by Engineering Department. iv) To requisition Braces. v) To open and run control room for receiving flood warning.

vi) To make arrangement for relief and rescue work and keep the Army alerted for above purposes.

vii) Any other duties concerning the function of flood relief co-ordinator of Revenue Department. Action plan for Disaster preparedness of flood.

Help from Police Department (S.P. / SDPO)

i. To give high priority in transmitting Flood warning message through Police wireless.

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ii. To keep the crowd away from the flood embankment and other working areas.

iii. To keep a watch for preventing sabotage and mischief to embankment by anti-socials.

iv. To give security to personal engaged in flood fighting etc. in case of necessity.

DISTRICT EDUCATION OFFICE,

GOMATI , UDAIPUR.

The following Officers of Education Department have already been selected to act as Nodal and

Associate Officers for Gomati .

SL

No. Name of Official/staffs Act as

Telephone No.

Office Residence/Mobile

1 2 3 4 5

1 Sri Lakshman Ch. Das. H/M,

(OSD) Dist. Edn. Office. District level

Nodal officer

03821-

222472 9774691553

2

Sri Khokan Ch. Das, Joint

Dist. Program Coordinator,

RMSA.

Associate to

Dist. level Nodal

officer

03821-

222225 9856423805

3 Sri Haradhan Ch. Saha,

HM,Udaipur Girls HS School ------do------

03821-

222226 9862089189

4 Sri. Promod Debbarma,

OS,District Education Office. ------do------

03821-

222225 9856884453

5 Sri Dipak Sen, L .D.C

District Edn. office ------do------ 9863122450

6

Sri Tapan Bhattacharjee, A/T

Secretary, Sub-Div. N.S.S.

Committee.

------do----- 9863133211

7

Sri Panchapada Tripura, I/S,

Udaipur

Sub-Division

level Nodal

officer, Udaipur.

03821-

222272 9862188956

8

Sri Kumude Bandhu Das, I/S,

Amarpur

Sub-Division

level Nodal

officer,

Amarpur.

03821-

263644 9436470242

9

Sri Chandra Mohan Jamatia,

HM,Karbook Panjihum HS

School

Sub-Division

level Nodal

officer,

Karbook.

9612281051

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A District level assessment team for assessing loss of property has been formed with the following

members of District Education office for Gomati District.

SL.

No.

Name Designation Telephone No.

Office Residence

1 2 3 4 5

1

Sri Ganesh Ch.Chakraborty,

AE.District Education Office,

(RMSA Unit), Udaipur

Civil works Co-

ordinator, RMSA. 03821-222225 943652283

6

2 Sri Bijan Sangma, District

Education Office, Udaipur.

AO 03821-222225

943650396

6

3

Sri Nakul Chakraborty,

Education Inspectorate,

Udaipur.

Office Assistant

03821-222272 801420903

3

4 Sri Apurba Lal Datta, District

Education Office, Udaipur.

Group-D 03821-222225

For rescue operation, a School level team has been formed with all the teachers, students and

members of N.S.S/N.C.C unit if any, in each of the Schools under the jurisdiction of Gomati District

Education Office. The students of higher classes i.e. IX to XII will be included in those teams. The

teachers and the programme Officer of NCC/NSS will also be included to give proper guidance to the

students. Instructions for preparing plan in connection with pre-disaster during disaster and post

disaster rescue operation will be issued immediately in which the school authority will be asked to

follow the guidelines mentioned below at different stages.

The office of the District Education Officer, Gomati Tripura will arrange to prepare a preparatory

module with the help of the District/ Sub-Divisional Disaster management authority and circulate it

to all the schools of Gomati District

School level awareness campaign on disaster management in Senior Basic to Higher Secondary

schools according to guidelines on „what is to be done and what is not to be done before and during a

disaster‟ will be organized.

More over, essay, painting, debate and slogan competition on disaster management will be

organized in each of the S/B to H/S Schools of South Tripura with the help of the cultural Sub-

committee of the school already exist in every school.

This awareness campaign and competitions will be organized on any one Saturday of each month

except the months of Examinations. Instruction in this regard already been given to all Heads of

Educational Institutions.

All the Sub-Divisional N.S.S. Secretaries are also included in the rescue team. Rescue

activities will be operated under the guidance of the secretaries in their respective Sub-Division.

Block level training on Disaster Management will be conducted among the H/Ms, Programme

Officer of NSS/NCC Unit, Teachers and Students in BRC Halls. Beside training, Essay, Debate,

Painting and slogan, competitions will be organized in every school for the students. A circular in this

regard will be issued soon.

A number of selected Teachers will be trained up by the District Disaster Management

Committee. These trained up Teachers (Master Trainer) will organized training at school level on

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Disaster Management for the Teachers & Students concerned where safety evacuation drills will be

conducted at a regular interval.

Block level awareness campaign on Disaster Management will also be organized among the

members of NSS/NCC unit in the BRC Hall of concern Block.

School safety is an aspect which must be given proper weightage. For this, Teachers training

will be organized at Sub-Division/Block levels to make them expert in this field.

District level management committee will extend its full cooperation to the Education

Department providing C.D./V.D.O.s, resource persons, guidelines etc. in this respect in organizing all

kinds of training and awareness programme.

Again, some School/Hostel Buildings of South Tripura District are found to be risky. These

buildings have been identified for conducting vulnerability analysis. The following are the buildings.

1. Gamaria H/S School under Matabari Block.

2. Bridaban Roaja Para High School under Rajnagar Block.

3. Kakraban SC Hostel Building under Kakraban Block.

All the buildings are double storied.

List of Schools having N.S.S/N.C.C unit in the District is given below:-

Gomati District

Sl.No Name of Schools Contact No. of the H/M

1 Hariyananda Girls H/S 03821 223554

2 Udaipur Girls H/S 03821 222226

3 Chandrapur H/S 03821 267219

4 Gakulpur Col.H/S 9436491417(M)

5 Gamaria H/S 9436520037(M)

6 Gangachara H/S 9862431256(M)

7 Garzibazar H/S 9436515699(M)

8 Jamjuri H/S 9436470172(M)

9 K.B Institutions 03821 222426

10 Kakraban H/S 9436189954(M)

11 Khilpara H/S 03821 232932

12 Mirza H/S 9436455648(M)

13 Pitra H/S 9436515619(M)

14 Ramesh H/S 03821 222234

15 Shalgara H/S 9436470913(M)

16 South Bagma Samatal Para H/S 9436127999(M)

17 Tripura Sundari H/S 03821 222247

18 Tulamura H/S 9436421287(M)

19 Amarpur Girls H/S 03821 263230

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20 Amarpur Boys H/S 03821 263244

21 Ampi Nagar H/S 9436452298(M)

22 DAT H/S 9436524108(M)

23 Ek Zatan Kr. H/S 9436513774(M)

24 Natun Bazar H/S 9436472490(M)

25 Rangamati H/S 03821 227424

26 Taidubari H/S 9436521862(M)

27 Karbook Punjihum HS 8014087457(M)

28 Silachari H.S 8731990512(M)

.

A District level assessment team for assessing loss of property has been formed with the following

members of District Education office for Gomati.

SL.

No.

Name Designation Telephone No.

Office Residence

1 2 3 4 5

1

Sri Ganesh Ch.Chakraborty, AE.

District Education Office,

(RMSA Unit), Udaipur

Civil works Co-

ordinator, RMSA. 03821-222225 9436522836

2 Sri Bijan Sangma, District

Education Office, Udaipur.

AO 03821-222225 9436503966

3 Sri Nakul Chakraborty,

Education Inspectorate, Udaipur.

Office Assistant 03821-222272 8014209033

4 Sri Apurba Lal Datta, District

Education Office, Udaipur.

Group-D 03821-222225

For rescue operation, a School level team has been formed with all the teachers, students and

members of N.S.S/N.C.C unit if any, in each of the Schools under the jurisdiction of South District

Education Office. The students of higher classes i.e. IX to XII will be included in those teams. The

teachers and the programme Officer of NCC/NSS will also be included to give proper guidance to the

students. Instructions for preparing plan in connection with pre-disaster during disaster and post

disaster rescue operation will be issued immediately in which the school authority will be asked to

follow the guidelines mentioned below at different stages.

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Shelter Houses, Selected by Education Deptt(2013-14)

Gomati District.

Sl

No

Name of

the Block Name of the GP

Required

intervention Agency responsible

Office

Telephone

No.

Residence

phone No.

1

Matabari

1.Rajnagar Rajnagar High

School Tapan Baxi,A/T

2 2.Rajnagar Rajnagar Panchayat

office

Kamal Ch.Das,A/T

Rajnagar 9862650729

3 3.Pitra Pitra H/S School Mantu Kr.Das,A/T 9862408534

4 4.Photamati

Dewanbari S.B

School Braja Sadhan Jamatia,A/T

5 South Brajendranagar

J.B

Nayan Lal Jamatia,UGT,

Pabitraram bari SB

6 5.Maharani Laxmipati S.B

School Maran cH.Das,A/T 9856333660

7 6.Uttar Maharani Laxmipati Gaun

Panchayat office

Bisheswar Chakraborty,A/T

Laxmipati S.B 9436491746

8 7.Gamaria No.1 Saigharia S.B

School Partha bardhan,A/T 9436490844

9

8.Laxmipati

Gamaria H/S School Sri Pradip Goswami,G/T

Hirapur 9856617157

10 Maharani Market

Shet

Sri Sanjoy Mallik,A/T

Hirapur High

11 Maharani A.W.C Md.Jarir Hossain,G/T

Hirapur High

12 East Photamati High

School

Sri Bidhan Ch.Saha,A/T

Photamati High 9615361057

13 9.Kunjaban 1.Matabari A.E

Centre

!.Praloy Dey,H/M

Ghatalong J.B 9862164203

14 10.Fulkumari Chandrapur H/S

School Md.Mahamad Ullah,P/I 9436471065

15 11.Chandrapur Vill. Chandrapur Col.H/S

School Sri RoyHaran Pathari,P/I

16 12.Uttar

Chandrapur

Matabari High

School Ranjit Debnath,A/T 9436472007

17 13.Gangachara Murapara High

School Arun Dey,A/T

18 14.Dashimmurapara Murapara S.E Centre Sri Narayan Datta,A/Y

Shastri Col.S.B

19

15.Murapara

Tripura Sundari H/S

School

Sri. Pradip Talapatra,PGT

Tripurasundari HS

20 Gangachara H/S

School Dulal Ch.Nag,A/T

21 Shatri Col.S.B

School

Sri Himangshu Das, U.G.T(

P.U) Murapara 9862113955

22 16.Bagabasa Paschim Para A.C Sri Haripada Debnath,

H/M)P.U)Tepania High 9862774024

23

Matabari

17.Salghara Tepania A.E Centre Sri Ratan Das,HM. Tepania

Col.High(Pry)

03821

227152

24 18.Sataria Salghara H/S School Sri Pradip Shil,A/T (P.U)

Salghara H/S

25 19.Bagabasa 1.Kamalasagar S.E

Centre

1.Sri Ranjit Kr.Chakraborty,

A/T Bagabasa

26 20.Barabhaiya

2.Bagabasa SHG

Facilation Centre

2.Sri Makhan Ghosh,G/T

Barabhaiya High

27 3. Barabhaiya ICDS

Centre

3.Sri Parimal Majumder, A/T

Barabhaiya High(P.U)

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28 4 . Vidhya

Sagar,Vidhya Mandir

4.Sri Parimal Majumder, A/T

Barabhaiya High(P.U)

29 21.Khilpara 1.Khilpara H/S

School 1.Sri.Pulak Chakraborty,G/T

Sl

No

Name of

the

Block

Name of the GP Required

intervention Agency responsible

Office

Telephone

No.

Residence

phone No.

1.

Kakra

ban

1.Kushamara

Flood shelter:-

Kushamara SB

School

Haradhan Das,A/T

Dhuchikhala S.B _ _

2 2.Kakraban Kakraban DIET. Sri Pulin Biswas.PGT,

Kakraban HS

3 3.Dhuchikhola Duchikhola S.B Sri Sanjit Kar,A/T

4 4.Kakraban Kakraban HS School Sri Laxmman Ch.Dey ,A/T

Kakraban HS

5 5.Hurijala Chaindamura JB

School Sri Krishna dhan Das,A/T

6

6.Purba Palatana

Hurijala JB School Sri Shyamal Ch. Deb,UGT.

Hurijala Col. JB

7 Surasundari S.E

Centre including

selter house

Md.Abdul Kalek,A/T

Dalemacharra J.B School

8 Purba Palatana

Panchayet office

Sri Srinibash Deb,A/T

Duchikhala J.B 9856574440

9 Ananda Social

Edn.Centre

Sri Dlip Kr.Dey,A/T Palatana

High School

10 Lulunga S.B School Sri Pradip Kr.Deb,G/T 03821265767

11 7.Palatana

Palatana High School Sri Jiban Deb Roy,P/I 9612091216

12 Lulunga SE Centre Sri Dijesh Sarkar,A/T

Kushamara 9856044357

13 8.Mirza Mirza H.S School Sri Dilip Sen,(P.U)

14 9.Tulamura

Tulamura High

School Sri Bikram Paul,A/T(P.U)

15 Karaiyamura SB

School Sri Prabir Chakraborty,A/T

16 11.Hadra Hadra S.B Gopi Ch. Majumder G/T

Hadra SB

17 12.Hadra Hadra Weaving

Centre

Joybir

Jamatia,H/M,P.UDeotamura 9856420638

18 13.Amtali Amtali Selter house Rabindra Bhowmik,A/T

Amtali bandowar J.B

19

Kakra

ban

14.Amtali Amtali ICDS Centre Md.Abdul Kalam

Azad,A/TAmtali High

20 15. Garjanmura Garjunmura H/S

School

Sri Yubaraj Dey,A/T

Garjunmura

21 16.Uttar Shilghati Shilghati High

School Bande Ali,A/T Shilghati 9856368823

22 17. Kishoregonj Kishoreganj S.B

School Mamtaj Miah,A/T

23 18.Jamjuri 2.Radhanagar S.E

Centre

2.Sri Anil Sutradhar,A/T.

Mursumbri J.B school 9862892860

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24

19.Murapara

3.Radhanagar S.B

School

3.Sajal Chakraborty,A/T,

Radhanagar SB.

25 4.Jamjuri H.S School 4.Sri Sefali Chandra Saha,

A/T Shilghati

26 5. Nanoa Dighir par

J.B School

5.Sri Biswajit Neogi,A/T

S.Bagma S.P.H.S School 9615383818

27 6.Sitalabari AWC 6.Sri Subhas Das,A/T

Dhuchaikhala 9856471440

Sl

No

Name of

the Block Name of the GP

Required

intervention

Agency responsible

Office

Telephone

No.

Residence

phone No.

1

Udaipur

N.P.

1.Udaipur Nagar

Panchayat Area.

Razarbag S.B School Sri Pradip Saha,A/T

2 Taran Para A.W.Centre Sri Sukha Ranjan

Das,A/T,KBI

3 Old Sonamura

Panchayat office

Sri Narayan Ch.Dey,A/T

4 Udaipur Girls H/S

School

Sankar Majumder, A/T,

Girls

5 Sonamura J.B School Sri Dipak Nag,A/T K.B.I

6

Hariananda Girls H/S

school

Sri Monoranjan Majumder,

UGT, Tripurasundari

H.S(pry)

Sl

No

Name of the

Block Name of the GP Required intervention Agency responsible

Office

Telephone

No.

Residence

phone No.

1

Amarpur

1.Birbal Das Para Amarpur HS School Sri Paritosh Saha,A/T,DATHigh 9436470630

2 2.Habi Choudhury

Char

Amarpur Girls HS

School

Sri Tapan Ch. Das,G/T 03821-263230

3 3.Town Rangkang Sankarpalli S.B School Sri Mantu Das,G/T

4 4.Birganj

Bankarai Para S.B

School

Sri Narayan Das,H/M

5 Birendra Market Shet Sri Pintu Das,G/T

Sarbong bari High

6 5.Bampur Samatal

Para

Bampur Lamps Sri. Chitta Rn. Pal,TIC,

Chailakhala JB

7 6.Rangamati Bampur T.K Sri.Bikash Das,North Rangamati JB School.

8 7.Kamlai Tingaria J.B School Krishna Sadhan Jamatia,KBT,

Mandaibari SB

9 8.Kamaria Khala Kamaria Khala SB

School

Alok Saha,H/M(Pry),Kamariakhala SB

10 9.Paschim Sarbong Hakuchak SB School Bidhu Bhusan D/Nath,GT,,

Hakuchuk JB

11 10.Dalak Dalak SB School Biswa Bijay Jamatia,Tdr Malbasa

T.K

12 11.West Malbasa Malbasa High School Arun Mallik, Malbasa High

13 12.Mailak

Mailak S.B School Sri Samir Baran Shil,GT. 9436524501

14 Mailak Panchayat office Sri Dipan Pal G/T,Mailak SB 9436494403

1

Karbook

1.Ekchari Simbhuua Bazar Shed Tdr Natunbazar

2 2.Karaichara SDO,Electrical,Gumti

Jatanbari

Sri. Ratneswar

Sutradhar,H/M,Ramananda Das

Bashnab Para SB

3

3.Uttar Chellagang

Uttar Chellagang JB

School Sri Santosh Pal,G/T.

4 Flood Selter:-

1.Karbook Pujiham H.S

School with 26 rooms

Sri Chandra Mohan Jamatia,,H/M, Karbook Pujiham

H.S School

9612281051

5 Sarbasiksha Schoolat

Karbook.

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6 Karbook RD Bloch

office with 10 rooms. BDO,Karbook RD Block

1

Ompi

Nagar

1.Ompinagar Ompinagar Hs School Sri. Bandal lal Saha, G/T. 9436514849

2 2.Dhanakhela Krishna Ch High

School Sri. Surjya Das, H/M

3 3.South Tuidu Tuidu H/S School Md.Mafijul Islam,A/T 9862433683

4 4.Baiswamani

Ompinagar Godown Bhanjan Rudra Paul,A/T, Kamala

Sundari Smriti, SB.

5 Baiswamanipara High

School Dhraba Kalai Sing, G/T, Baiswamanipara High

8014085720 9402382493

1

Amarpur

N.P. 1.Amarpurnagar

Panchayat Amarpur H.S School Sri Ranjit Datta,PGT

9436470133

Identified Safe Shelter Place selected by Shelter Management team:- 2013-14

STATUS OF SCHOOLS WHICH ARE SELECTED AS SHELTER DURING DISASTER UNDER GOMATI

DISTRICT Gomati Name of

Block/NP

Sl.

No.

Name of School Status of

electricity

Status of

drinking

water

Road

connectivity Contact person with contact

No.

Udaipur NP

1 KBI Available Pipe line Black top Haripada Debnath (HM)

M-9436470642

2 Udaipur Ramesh H.S -do- -do- -do- Amrita Debnath(AT)

M-9436520515

3 Udaipur Girls H.S -do- -do- -do- Haradhan Saha(HM)

M-9862089189

4 Udaipur English Medium H.S -do- -do- -do- Manidepa Chaudhuri

(HM),M-9615290978

5 Hariananda Girls H.S -do- -do- -do- Nripendra Choudhury

(HM),M-9612515816

6 Tripura Sundari H.S -do- -do- -do- Dinesh Bhowmik(HM)

M-8974290092.

Matabari RD

Block

1 Khil para HS -do- -do-(OHP) -do- Dilip Kr. Sarkar(HM)

M-9436470641

2 Gakulpur HS -do- Pipe line -do- Dilip Kr. Saha(HM)

M-9436491417

3 Samatal Bagma HS -do- SBDTW -do- Rabindra Debbarma

(HM),M-9862436512

4 Gamaria HS -do- Pipe line -do- Debasish Das,(HM)

M-9436520037

5 Fotamati HS(East) -do- -do- -do- Bijoy Baidya (HM),

M-9862430875

6 Garjee HS -do- -do- -do- Uttam Mitra (HM)

M-9863139330

7 Chandrapur Village HS(Girls) -do- OHP -do- Smti Bakul Das(HM)

M-9856565416

8 Tainani HS Not available Pipe line -do- Dhananjoy Reang(HM)

M-9612466251

9 KKC Para HS -do- -do- -do- Annya Bijoy Jamatia

(HM),M-8974145034

10 Sardar Para HS -do- -do- -do- Pradip Kr. Acharjee

(HM),M-9436497547

Kakraban

RD Block

1 Kakraban HS -do- -do- -do- Bijoy Majumder(HM)

M-80141153298

2 Mirza HS -do- -do- -do- Puspa Har Debbarma

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(HM),M-8014153298

3 Garjan Mura HS -do- OHP -do- Sanjit Kr. Sarkar(HM)

M-9436471941

4 Shilghati HS -do- Pipe line -do- Mohit Lal Jamatia(HM)

M-9436494366

5 Palatana HS -do- OHP -do- Sudip Das (HM)

M-9436526676

Killa RD

Block

1 Raiya Bari HS -do- Pipe line -do- Goutam Saha(HM)

M-8014781328

2 Noa Bari HS -do- -do- -do- Debabrata Paul(HM)

M-9612675530 /

9436498511

3 Tairupa Bari HS -do- OHP -do- Makhan Jamatia(HM)

M-8414054610 /Santi Pada

Bhattacharjee(AT),M-

9436577359

4 Khupilong Bari HS Not available (DTW) -do- Gautam Bose(HM)

M-9436568458

5 Laxman Para HS -do- Pipe line Brick

soling

Rabikishore Jamatia

(HM),M-9436902940

Muktar Hossain Sarkar(AT),

M-9612758312

P/2

Name of

Block/NP

Sl.

No.

Name of School Status of

electricity

Status of drinking

water

Road connectivity

Contact person with contact

No.

Amarpur

R.D Block

1 Amarpur Boys H/S Available Pipe line Pacca Road Rabindra Das(Asstt.HM)

M-9436470630

2 Amarpur Girls H/S -do- -do- -do- Smti Suchitra Das

03821-263230

3 D.A.T. H/S -do- -do- -do- Niranjan Kalai

M-9436942997

4 Amarpur Eng. Med.

H/S

-do- -do- -do- Parimal Chandra Das

M-9436470129

5 Rangamati H/S -do- -do- -do- Rupam Biswas

M-9436492406

Ampi RD

Block

1 Ampinagar H/S -do- -do- -do- Chandan Biswas

M-9436388938

2 Taidu Bari H/S -do- -do- -do- Sunil Debbarma

M-9436521862

3 Nagrai Bari High -do- -do- -do- Ratnasadhan Jamatia

9615079842

4 Palkubari High -do- -do- -do- Chandrasing Malsom

M-9402333756

5 Tingharia High Not available -do- -do- Sudhir Das

M-9436523783

Karbook RD

Block &

Karbook

Sub-

Division

H/Q

1 Karbook Punjihum

H/S

Available -do- On main road Chandra Mohan Jamatia

M-9612281051

2 Ek-Jatan Kr. H/S -do- -do- Pacca0.5Km

from main

road

Sanjit Debbarma

M-8014052447/ 9402341408

3 Basi Ch. Para High Not available No(Mark II

available)

On main road Philips Uchai

M-8974553833

4 Ek-Nutan Bazar High -do- Yes(weak

discharge)

Brick soling

3km from

chellagang

pacca road.

Anil Ch. Das,I/C(HM)

M-9612758453

5 Patichari High Not available Yes. On main road. Analsom Kolai

M-8732049695

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Silachari RD

Block

1 Silachari H/S Available only

in staff room

Available Block top Atul Bikash Chakma

M-8731807565/

Indrajit Mog

M-8974683092

2 Elmara High Nil. But electric

line may be

connected from

main line nearby

school

No water tank

supply. Line

extended but

quality not

satisfactory

-do- Bashudev Chakraborty

M-9862406923

3 Ghurakappa High Not available Water tank

available but not

functioning

-do- Nitai Chandra Deb

M-9612954427

4 Hazachari High Not available,

but electric line

exists near

school

-do- -do- Ashis Kumar Daru

M-8974441137

5 Beltali SB -do- Water facility nil

but may be

arranged from

near BSF camp

-do- Debeshmitra Chakma/ M-

9862145907

6 Suknachari SB -do- Water facility nil

but may be

arranged from

near by road.

-do- Rupeswar Marak

M-9862187569

MEDICAL AND FIRST AID TEAM :-

Hospital Disaster Management Plans :-

Disaster Management Plans need to be prepared by all hospitals. Medical facilities, training of

medical personnel, creating awareness about drowning and its management will be a part of the plan.

Hospitals must nominate an officer for coordinating management for flood casualties. Contingency

plans will be made ready for providing additional beds. Oxygen cylinders, continuous positive air

pressure (CPAP) ventilators, dressing materials, blood and IV fluid for transfusion will be stocked.

The hospital casualty room is to be equipped with resuscitation equipment like suction apparatus,

airways laryngoscope, pulse oxymeter, defibrillator and life saving drugs. In the aftermath of a flood,

public health response is one of the prime responsibilities of medical authorities. They will ensure

safe water supply and clean food availability along with maintenance of hygiene and sanitation by

proper bio-waste disposal. Water testing and food inspection is required to be carried out regularly to

prevent outbreak of any epidemic. An effective communication system is an essential requirement for

prompt medical response.

Creation of Trained Medical First Responders

The state government/SDMA/DDMAs will ensure the creation of trained medical first responders for

first aid and resuscitation measures for drowning cases. Medical staff must know how to take out

water from the respiratory tract and how to carry out cardiopulmonary resuscitation. A list of trained

medical and paramedical staff must also be made available.

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Medical Stores

Medical kits will be prepared for the management of flood casualties. Intravenous (IV) fluid,

ventilators, oxygen, dressing materials, tetanus toxoid, antibiotics, vaccines, anti-snake venom and

anti-diarrhoea drugs will be the most commonly needed medical resources. Large-scale medical

stores from where these materials can be procured will be identified.

Patient Evacuation Plan

State governments/SDMOs will make available emergency medical equipment and drugs for

esuscitation. Paramedical staff must be trained for resuscitation, triage and to maintain vital arameters

like pulse, blood pressure, respiration and intravenous drip during evacuation. Mobile ambulances in

the Block and Heliambulance in State or Distt need to be deployed to aid in the evacuation of flood

casualties collected at high points. The ambulances should have Standard Operating Procedures

(SOPs) for treatment.

Contact details of major Hospital/Health Deptt. Under Gomati District(2013-14)

1. CMO, Gomati Dist. Udaipur. 03821-222-221

2. DFWO ,Sri Niro Mohan Jamatia 9862179646

Sub-Divisional Hospital

SL. Name of Sub-

Division.

Name of Hospital Contact Number of the

M.O.I.C. of the Hospital.

1.

Udaipur.

Sri Bishnu Ch. Dey

SDMO,Udaipur Tripura

Sundari Hospital

94361311092

2. Maharani PHC. 9612904884

3. Kakraban PHC 9436468502

4. Killa PHC 9436452698

5. Athorobhola PHC 9856279837

6. Garjee PHC. 8974855190

7. Tulamura NNPHC 9436914090

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8.

Amarpur

Amarpur SD Hospital, 9612657350

9. Ompi Rural Hospital. 9436470337

Nutan Bazar Rural Hospital 9436184945

10.

Karbook

Karbook PHC 9862616014

12. Tirthamukh 9774528357

13 Silachari 8730988727/

9612508990

14. Chellagang 8414853286

1. Name of the Nodal Officer with contract Telephone No:-

., CMO(G), 03821-222-221.

2. Composition of Quick Response Team : Action CMO(S)

(A) Medical Officer

(i) Dr.Kamal Reang. DMO(S)/Alternate Nodal Officer.(Team Leader) Ph.No- 9436470771

(ii) Dr. Timir Baran Chakraborty, -------Do------ Ph.No- 9436131339

(iii) Dr. Debasish Paul -------Do------ Ph.No- 9436131346

(B) Pharmacist.

(i) Sri Chandra Bhanu Dewanjee. Chandrapur Govt. Dispensary Ph.No- 9862731259

(ii) Sri Biralal Shil Sharma. District Medicine Store,Tepania Ph. No-9862517572

(iii) Sri Tapan Bhowmik. Ramkrishna Satelite Dispensary Ph. No-03821-222792

(C) Nursing personals/paramedical Staff

(i) Sri Uttam Sengupta. MPS Kakrabon PHC

(ii) Sri Bidhan Nag. MPW(Male) Kunjaban S/c

(iii) Sri Litan Datta MPW(Male) Ragarbag S/C.

(D) General Duty Attendent(GDA)

(i) Sri Bimal ch. Saha Phone No.97747715387

(ii) Arjun kr. Sutradhar Phone No. 9612590713

(iii) Sri pradip Sarma. Phone No.9774959056

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3. Stock piling of Live Diarrheal Drugs, Deroxicants, Anesthesia, Blleaching powder, Halogen

Stock.

Officer In-Charge: 1 Sri. Subrata Das. Contract No. 9436520537

Pharmacist I/C Store: 1. Sri Rakhal Majumder Contract No. 9862480217

2. Sri. Biralal Shil Sharma Contract No. 9862517572

GDA 1. Gujuri Jamatia Contract No. 8014349521

4. Vehicle of Mobile Medical Unit : Action CMO(S)

Gypsy of Mobile Medical Team (NRHM)

5. Private Health Facilities: Local N.G.O’s

(i) Bigyan „O‟ Sanskrity Mancha (ii) Red Cross Society (iii) Ranesesh Sangha (iv) Anik Samagik

Sangtha (v) Sigma Blood donor club.

6. Strengthening of Diseases Surveillance action:

DHO(S)/SDMOs/MOICs

7. Formation of Mobile Medical Unit:

a) Vehicle No. Gypsy of Mobile Medical Team (NRHM)

b) Medical Officer: Members of the Quick Response Team

c) Pharmacist/Nursing Personals/Paramedical staff: Members of the

Organization for Disaster Management Work

Name Contact Number

CMO(S) Member Secretary 03821-2222221, 9862094023

DHO(S) Administrative Officer 9862565496, 9436595301

All SDMO’s in Gomati District Sub-divisional QRT with Name & Cont.No-

SDMO Amarpur

i) Dr. Amit Kr. Debbarma M.O. 9436455767

ii) Sri Monoranjan Das, MPS 9436524337

iii) Sri. Aparna Dey MPW(F) 9436523854

iv)Sri. Arun Das, GDA

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v) Dr. Santanu Deb, M.O. 9863018112

vi) Sri Sudhan Das MPS 9436497538

vii) Sri Ram Ch. Banik , MPW 9436512195

viii) Sri Paresh Choudhury GDA

A Committee for Disaster Management at the District Hospital with the following Members :-

1. Medical Fraternity all specialties Name Phone No.

a) Physician Dr. Tapas Datta 9436131105

b) Surgeon Dr. Chandan Mallik

c) Anesthesia Dr. Bidhan Das. 9436135437

d) Othopedic Surgeon Dr. Dipen Roy 9862632608

e) ENT Surgon Dr. Santanue Roy 9436127404

f) Ophthalmology Dr. D.K.Paul 9436470320

g) Gynecologist Dr. Debasish Saha

h) Dental Surgeon Dr. S.R.Datta Choudhury 9436481545

i) Radiographer Sri. Laxman Ch. Biswas 9612014821

j) Pediatrician Dr. Sribash Das 9436131662

k) Secretary ATGDA

(South) Tripura Dist. Dr. Timir Baran Chakraborty 9436131339

1. Secretary IMA South

Tripura local Branch Dr.Sujit Roy 9436131338

2. Nursing Fraternity :

a) DPHN South Tripura: Smt. Rama Dham 9774426535

b) Matron TSDH : Smt. Krishna Majumder 9862217645

3. Administrative (Ministerial) Representative Phone No.

1. Sri Swapan Kr. Majumder. Administrative Officer 9436595301

2. Sri Bhulan Deb Record LDC 9436131923

3. Sri Subodh Ch. Das. UDC 9436522509

4. Sri. Litan Sen LDC 9436490185

5. Sri. Dulal Das Computer 9856548793

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4. Ancillary Staff & Representative Phone No.

1. Smt. Gita Mandal

2. Sri. Alok Chakraborty 9862094062

3. Sri. Makhan Ch. Debnath 9612282818

5. Pharmaceutical Fraternity Phone No.

a) Sri Subrata Das. Inspecting Officer, Drugs 9436520537

b) Sri Jahar Das. (Pharmacist) 9862517480

In House Emergency Medical Team : To ensure that adequate staff available at all timse to health

emergency casualties. Action MS TSD Hospital & CMO(S).

Identification of sites in probable Disaster areas for site operation area:

Respective SDMOs/MOIC of SDH/RH/CHC/PHC

SDMO Amarpur Phone no. 9436515048

M.S. T.S.Dist. Hospt., Udaipur Phone no. 9862094023

Awareness Generation Name Phone No

a) District Media Expert Sri Jayanta Chakraborty 9862211606

b) DDEMO Sri Harendra Choudhury 9436470074

c) Ext. Educators: Sri Sibash Debnath. 9436470696

Medical Preparedness:

Floods as a natural disaster have a high potential of precipitating the incidences of mass casualties.

There is the risk of drowning and physical trauma along with the threat of diseases associated with

contamination of water and the creation of mosquitobreeding sites. Direct health effects of a flood

may include: drowning; injuries like cuts, sprains, fractures, electric shocks; diarrhoea, vector-and

rodent-borne diseases like malaria, leptospirosis; skin and eye infections; and psychological stress.

The indirect health consequences of floods are usually due to damage caused to health care

infrastructure and loss of essential drugs, damage to water and sanitation infrastructure, damage to

crops and disruption of food supplies, destruction of property causing lack of shelter that may lead to

increased exposure to disease-vectors. Adverse effects of floods on health can be prevented by

medical preparedness. Medical preparedness for floods constitutes the following components.

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Departments Medical Aid – Response system

Preparedness Pre(after warning) During Disaster Post Disaster

CMO Medicine / Saline/

bandage / good

number of Doctors/

good no. of

ambulance are

available in South

Tripura District.

Always alert medical

team and medicine

Medicine /

Saline/ bandage /

good number of

Doctors/ good no.

of ambulance are

available in South

Tripura District.

Medicine /

Saline/ bandage /

good number of

Doctors/ good no.

of ambulance are

available in South

Tripura District.

DD, ARDD District level office

at Udaipur headed

by the Dy. Director

of ARD(South)

Set up of block level

offices at Belonia,

Bagafa,

Sabroom(Satchand) and

Amarpur headed by the

Asstt. Director of

ARD(BL)

Vety. Hosp. &

Vety. Disp. At

every important

places ( thickly

cattle populated

areas) headed by

the vety. Asstt.

Surgeon.

Vety. Fisrt Aid

centre/ stockman

sub-centre at

most of the GPs

running by the

para vety. Staff

(ARD Asstt.). All

the wings are

ready to combat

the situation.

DSWO Nil Nil Nil Nil

District

Administration

Control room

always opened and

time to time

information

received from

SDMs and BDOs.

Control room always

alert and staff available

for natural calamities

Control room

always opened

and time to time

information

received from

SDMs and BDOs.

Control room

always alert and

staff available for

natural calamities

NGO/Volunteers Awareness,

Collection/Stock of

medicines.

Awareness campaigns Distribution of

medicines,

medical camps.

Distribution of

medicines, Health

camps,

awareness.

ICAT Public awareness

programme through

street Drama,

Seminar by

publishing News,

articles a

photographs in

newspaper &

magazine.

____

Public awareness

through

announcement

Group talk

announcement

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ROLE of ARD DEPARTMENT IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT (2013-14)

Control Rooms:-

Dist HQ:- 03821-222374

Amarpur :- 03821-263206

A) Department institutions:-

Sl.No. Block VH CD SMSC D/Lab Total

1 Matabari 1 0 19 1 21

2 Kakraban 0 3 13 0 16

3 Killa 0 1 6 0 07

4 Amarpur 1 1 20 0 22

5 Ompi 0 1 10 0 11

6 Karbook 0 1 0 0 01

Total 2 7 68 1 78

Available lands for Mega Treatment camps:-

V.Hospital ,Udaipur

V.H, Amarpur

V.Dispensary ,Ompi

V.D Nutanbazar

V.D Karbook

V.D Bagma

V.D Kakraban

V.D Tulamura

V.D Jamjuri

District Level QRT:

Name & Designation with Office Address Phone/Cell Phone No.

Team leader: Dr. Chandan Kumar Ray,DDARD(S) Tel: (03821) 222374

Mob: 9436568705

Alternate Leader: Dr. Mrinal Kanti Datta, VAS, I/C, DDIL(S), Udaipur Mob:9436135683

Member-1: Dr. Ajit Bhaumik, AD, ARD, Dist. Vety. Hospital, Udaipur Mob:9436472534

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Member-2: Dr. Swapan Debnath, VAS, AIC, Udaipur Mob:9862511450

Member-3: Sri Matilal Biswas, Dairy Officer, O/O the DD, ARD(S) Mob:9434522658

Member-4: Dr. Subhasish Chakraborty, VAS, VD, Jamjuri Mob:9774145361

Name of Sub-Division level QRT: Udaipur (2013-14)

Block/ NP Name with designation Place of posting Phone/ Cell Phone

No.

NP,

Udaipur

Dr. Mrinal Kanti Datta, VAS DDIL, Udaipur 9436135683

Sri Paresh Debnath, ARDA DDIL, Udaipur 9436577031

Smt. Nilanjana Das, ARDA DDIL, Udaipur 9436471704

Sri Tapan Chakraborty, ARDA SMSC, Holakhet

Sri Gandhi Kumar Jamatia, ARDA SMSC, Gamaria

Sri Biswajit Saha, ARDA SMSC, Khilpara

Sri Gopal Saha, G-D DVMS, Udaipur -

Matabari-

Team-1

Dr. Ajit Bhaumik, Asstt. Dir. DVH, Udaipur 9436472534

Sri Bhubaneswar Paul, Sr. ARDA SMSC, Dhajanagar

Smt. Mukul Rani Chakraborty, ARDA DVH, Udaipur

Sri Ratan Kr. Das, ARDA SMSC, Chandrapur

Sri Dipak Marak, ARDA SMSC, Tainani

Sri Suman Das, Group-D DVH, Udaipur

Matabari-

Team- 2

Dr. Swapan Debnath, VAS Dist. Coordinator, NPCBB 9862511450

Sri Rabindra Patari, ARDA DVH, Udaipur (NPCBB)

Sri Dhiraj Debbarma, ARDA DVH, Udaipur (NPCBB)

Sri Satish Debbarma, ARDA SMSC, East Gakulpur

Sri Dulal Debnath,Group-D DVH, Udaipur (NPCBB)

Matabari-

Team- 3

Dr. Sanjib Das, AD, ARD DVMS, Udaipur 9612774728

Sri Swapan Saha, ARDA SMSC, Garjee

Sri Manik Debbarma, ARDEO SMSC, Pitra

Sri Thakurchand Biswas,Sr. ARDA DD, ARD(S) office 9436470391

Sri Uttam Kumar Paul, Group-D DD, ARD(S) office

Kakraban-

Team-1

Dr. Rajib Das, VAS VD, Kakraban 9612753674

Sri Pranab Saha, ARDA SMSC, Hadra

Sri Madan Natta, ARDA SMSC, Shilghati

Sri Nirmal Mallik, ARDA SMSC, Palatana

Sri Chitta Ranjan Paul, ARDA SMSC, Salgarah

Sri Sankar Chanda, ARDA SMSC, Amtali

Sri Krishna Kanta Shing, Group-D SMSC, Gamaria

Kakraban-

Team-2

Dr. Subhasis Chakraborty, VAS VD, Jamjuri 9774145361

Sri Ananda Kumar Debbarma, ARDA DPF, Udaipur

Sri Pravatrai Jamatia, ARDA SMSC, Horijola

Sri Surainya Jamatia, ARDA SMSC, Gangacherra

Sri Swarupananda Das, ARDA SMSC, Mogpuskarini

Sri Nirmal Das, PL SMSC,Gangacherra

Killa

Dr. Tapan Kanti Bhushan, VAS VD, Bagma 9436460292

Sri Tapan Das, ARDA VD, Bagma

Sri Jwel Debbarma, ARDA SMSC, Atharabhola

Sri Karna Kishore Jamatia, ARDA SMSC, Killa

Sri Sukumar Nama, Group-D VD, Bagma

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Reserve

Team

Dr. Salil Kr. Bhattacherjee, Asstt. Dir. DPF, Udaipur 9862094731

Md. Idu Miah, ARDA SMSC, Mirza

Sri Kalamiah Sarkar, ARDA SMSC, Samukhcherra

Sri Karnadata Jamatia, ARDA VD, Tulamura

Sri Prananath Debnath, Group-D VD, Kakraban

Sri Sanjoy Bhowmik, ARDA DPF, Udaipur

Sri Sunil Debnath, Group-D SMSC, Dhajanagar

Sri Biswanath Dey, Group-D VD, Kakraban

Sri Babul Sarkar, PL DPF, Udaipur

Name of Sub-Division level QRT: Amarpur

Block/

NP Name with designation Place of posting

Phone/ Cell Phone

No.

NP,

Amarpur

Sri Harimohan Debbarma, ARDA VH, Amarpur 9436523716

Sri Biswambar Das, ARDA

Sri Kartick Debbarma, ARDA

Sri Akhil Shil, PL

Amarprur

Dr.Tarsingh Hrangkhwal, VAS VD, Karbook 9436464404

Sri Ranjan Das, Sr. ARDA 9436472862

Sri Goumatijoy Tripura, ARDA 9436495507

Md. Abul Kalam, ARDA 9436492946

Sri Anitya Sadhan Jamatia, Group-D

Ompi

Dr. Kamaljit Debbarma, VAS VD,Ompi 9436462812

Sri Nandalal Debabrma, ARDA SMSC, Chechua

Sri Suren Manik Kaloi, ARDA VD, Ompi

Sri Kishore Kumar Jamatia, Sr. ARDA

Sri Sachindra Kaloi, Group-D

Sri Maniklal Chakraborty, ARDA

Sri Alok Kaloi, ARDA SMSC, Ghorakappa

Sri Jayanta Debbarma, ARDA 9863382617

Sri Dinaram Reang, Group-D

Reserve

Team

Sri Diarai Reang, ARDA VFAC, Kurma

Sri Swapan Kumar Debnath, ARDA SMSC, Bankaraibari

Sri Bikas Das, ARDA SMSC, Kasko 9436483041

Sri Chandra Nama, PL

QUICK RESPONSE TEAM (Annexure – A

DIVISION WISE QUICK RESPONSE TEAM OF PWD FOR RESTORATION

OF ROADS, BRIDGES ETC

2014-15

1. AMARPUR DIVISION :

SL

No

Name

Mobile No.

1 Er Samir Debbarma, AE, (Team Leader) 8974083349

2 Er Mihir Kr. Sinha, AE 9612200949

3 Er Amal Bishnu Chowdhury, AE 9402575038

4 Er Nikulin Chakma, AE 9436493012

5 Er Debabrata Debbarma, AE 9436457515

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2. UDAIPUR DIVISION:

SL

No

Name

Mobile No.

1 Er Sajal Ghosh, AE (Team leader) 9436452196

2 Er Kanti Gopal Dey, AE 9436188757

3 Er Goutam Reang, AE 9436122974

4 Er Srishti Hari Jamatia, AE 9856518151

5 Er Partha Debnath, J.E. 9436131007

6 Er Samir Laskar, J.E 9436123180

7 Er Bhulu Datta, JE 9436571724

HEAVY EQUIPMENTS AVAILABLE WITH RESOURCEFUL PERSONS

(Annexure – B)

List of heavy equipments available within PWD, 3rd

Circle, Udaipur.

Name of

Division

No. of heavy equipments

Tripper

Road Roller

Excavator

Dozer

Gas Cutter

Amarpur 09 05 10 - -

Udaipur 13 - 13 - -

Total 22 05 23 - -

LIST OF HEAVY EQUIPMENTS AVAILABLE WITH AGENCIES WITHIN

AMARPUR PWD DIVISION, AMARPUR.

Sl.

No

Name of Agency with

Contact No.

Heavy

Equipments

Available

Qty.

(In Nos.)

Remarks

1

Sri Sanjib Kr. Prasad

9436189716

Excavator 2

Tripper 2

Road Roller 1

2

Sri Biplab Sen

9436189743

Excavator 2

Tripper 2

Road Roller 1

Excavator 2

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3 Sri Kajal Chakraborty

9436131671

Tripper 2

Road Roller 1

4

Sri Himangshu

Bikash Saha

9436471404

Excavator 2

Tripper 2

Road Roller 1

5

Sri Naresh Ch. Bhowmik

9436560174

Excavator

1

6

Sri Rajib Saha

9436471764

Excavator 1

Tripper 1

Road Roller 1

LIST OF HEAVY EQUIPMENTS AVAILABLE WITH AGENCIES WITHIN

UDAIPUR PWD DIVISION, UDAIPUR.

Sl.

No

Name of Agency with

Contact No.

Heavy

Equipments

Available

Qty.

(In Nos.)

Remarks

1

Sri Joypal Kanti Saha

9436131466

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

2

Sri Dulal Bhattacharjee

222322/266360

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

3

Sri Biplab Kr. Ghosh

9436131528

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

4

Sri Prabir Roy

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

5

Sri Binode Bihari Datta

9436131276

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

6

Sri Sadhan Ch. Dhar

9436131501

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

7

Sri Sumit Das

9436122101

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

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8

Sri Pranajit Singha Roy

03821-222211

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

9

Sri Asim Kr. Saha

9436131061

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

10

Sri Dinesh Shib

9436131202

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

11

Sri Kanai Lal Sarkar

03821-225846/223923

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

12

Sri Babul Bhadra

9436131479

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

13

Sri Partha Datta

9436131184

Tripper 1

Excavator 1

PWD (R& B) DEPTT. DIVISION WISE Contact NOS

Under Gomati District..

(2014-15)

PWD

Land Residenc

e

Mobile

S.E,

PWD(R&B)

3rd

Circle,

UDP

S.E,

PWD(R

&B),U

DP

03821-

222378

222365 Er.A Datta,S.E 9436124705

222-365

EE,PWD(R&

B),UDP

E.E 03821-

222-238

,E.E

PWD,

UDP,Div.-1

SDO 03821-

222-227

Er. Kanti Dey 9436540633

PWD ,Divin-

2

SDO 03821-

222-427

Er.Goutam Reang 9436185405

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PWD, Killa SDO 03821-

274-211

Sisthi Jamatia 9856518151

PWD,Kakrab

an

SDO 03821-

265-945

Er Sajal Ghosh 9436452196

E.E,PWD(R

&B),

Amarpur

E.E 03821-

263-231

P.K.Deb 9436594035

PWD

Division -2

Amarpur

SDO 03821-

263-832

- Er. Tapas Marak

(Team leader

9436471083

PWD

Division-1,

Amarpur

SDO 03821-

263-874

Er Minir Kr. Sinha 9612200949

PWD,

Jatanbari

SDO 03821-

263-506

Er. Amal Bandhu

Choudhury

9862365710

PWD, Ompi SDO 03825-

264-441

Er.DebabrataDebbar

ma

9436457515

PWD,Karboo

k

SDO - Er Nikulin Chakma 9436920843

NGO’s Participation :-Some of the volunteers of NGO’s of Gomatgi District, based on Udaipur Sub-

Division are playing commendable role to develop awareness among the villagers/ school students about Disaster Management. The Red cross society, the Sweeming Academi of Udaipur , are taking important role to spead awareness of Disaster Management in Gomati District.Tere is shown a picture of Red Cross Society, Udaipur which organized an awareness programme in Udaipur.

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List of NGOs

Name of NGOs and CBOs Area of Operation Sector

No. of

volunteer

s

Other

resource

s

Contact

address

Mukti Sangha /Banhati

Club/jewel Club/Larima

Club/Achin Baba Sangha /Club

Young Unity /Tarun Sangha

/Bhagat Singh Sangha /Aranyak

/Sanhati Play Centre /Aitorma

Club /Netaji Sangha /Pragati

Sangha /Durjoy Sanskritik

Sanstha /Satadal Sangha/

Swamiji Social Centre / Palli

Bandhu Sangha/Garjee Yubak

Sangha/ Surabhi Samaj

Unnayan Sanstha/ Disha Social

and Cultural organisation/ Gram

Sabak Sangha/Jhalak

Sangha/Dr. B.R.Ammedkar

Social Organisation/Yauhkhli

Club/Khachangma Social

Organisation /Athukri

Society/Sambhab Social

Organisation

Salgarah/ Rothai

Chara/South

Chandrapur

/Khilpara/Dhajanag

ar/Kalaban/Bazarbar

i/

Tepania/Fulkumari

No-2

/Matabari/West

Chataria/Karaiyamu

ra

(Bagma)/Hatichara/

Paschim Aralia

/Barabhaiya/

Chandrapur Colony

/East Bagabasa/

West

Dhajanagar/West

Khupilong/

Matabari

Block 350 Nos. Nil

Youth

Coordinator

(N.Y.K)

Ph.

No.223521

/ BDO,

Matabari-

223520

Netaji Club/Athukwrwi

Bada/L.N.K. Club/Every Green

Club/Friends Union/Aikyatan

Play centre/Red Rose

Club/Nehru Yubak

Sangha/R.B.S. Club/Kiyok

Swakang club/Chatra Yubak

Sangha/Sukanta

Sangha/Uttaran/New Tarun

Garjan

Mura/Shilghati(east)

/ Lolonga/Uttar

Tulamura/Maroari

Killa/Hadra/Mirza/

Rani/Durgabari/Tata

Kami/ Palatana/

Kishoreganj

/Gangachara/

Kakraban

area 143 Nos. -

BDO,

Kakraban-

265436 /

Youth

Coordinator

(N.Y.K)

Ph.

No.223521

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Sangha/Nabajagaran

Sangha/Jubak Sangha/Sun

flower Club/Shib shakti club/

Mogpuskarini/Sama

tal Hadra

/Tulamura/

Holly Association/Children‟s

club/Poito Club/Young Star

Club/Pohora Club/Salka

Club/Kwthar Club/fancy

Club/Friendship

club/Hanibwisha Club/Surya

club/

Pabitraram

Bari/Kathalia

Bari/Bairaji

Bari/Jaying

Bari/Rayabari/Kaipe

ng Bulai Bari/Hare

Kami/Kharansing

Para/Bagma

Khamarbari/

Killa area 89 Nos. -

BDO, Killa-

221053/2210

54 /Youth

Coordinator(

N.Y.K) Ph.

No.223521

Tarun Sangha/Brighat Star

Sports Unit/

Shanti

Colony/South

Chellagong/

Karbook 34 Nos. -

BDO,

Karbook-

269202

/Youth

Coordinator(

N.Y.K) Ph.

No.223521

Agiya Chalo Sangha/ Akta

Sangha/Youth Club/Juba samaj

Club/Nabashakti Sangstha/

Chellagong

Bazar/Rangamati

Madhyapara/Sukant

a Colony/Uttar

Chellagong/

Amarpur 79 nos. -

BDO,Amarp

ur-263264

/Youth

Coordinator(

N.Y.K) Ph.

No.223521

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Map showing Flood prone areas under Udaipur Sub Division (Gumati River basin):-

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Map showing Dumbur Lake under Amarpur Sub Division :-

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MATABARI BLOCK :-

Cropping pattern

Name of the R.D Block Type of Crops Area Cultivated (in Hect) Area under Crop insurance

( in Hect) Matabari R.D.Block Aush 1000

Aman 2086

Boro 22.43

Maize 100

Jume Paddy 11.5

Sesamum 25

Ground Nut 10

Sugar Cane 51

Potato 42.42

Rabi Vegetable 540

Liveli-hood Details

Sl. No.

Name

of

Block

Total

HH Agriculture

Agricultural

Labour

Other

Labour

NREGA

Fishing Petty

Business

Service

holder

Other

(Specify)

Hardcore

Jumia 1 MTB 32950 5763 8903 10554 1095 5447 2188 558

Drinking water Sources

Sl. No. Name of the

Block

Tube well Mark II/III Sanitary

well

Phd Stand

post

River Canal

MTB 1035 117 35 2147 1 40

Irrigation Facilities and Sources

Sl.No. Matabari R.D

Block Pounds Dug wells LI Points

Drift/

Shallow TW River Crecks Canal

1 MTB 853 137 58 77 1 37 82

Non- Irrigation Facilities and Sources

Typy of Land Land in Hect

High Land 20

Medium Land 12

Low & Other types 35

Communication Facilities:-

Sl.No. Name of

Block Telecommunication

No. of

Boats

No. of Bus/

Trucks

Nos. of

Tractors

No. of Jeeps/

Maruti

No. of two

Wheeler 1 MTB Yes 145 39 227 49 1768

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Demographic Details: Killa R.D Block (2014-15)

Sl.

No

Name Of ADC

Village

Total No

of HH

Population Category

Adult Children Total SC ST RM OBC UR Total

1 Atharovola 438 1243 871 2114 0 1889 180 41 04 2114

2 Bagma 495 1401 713 2114 0 2114 0 0 0 2114

3 D Baramura 570 1324 1176 2500 04 2496 0 0 0 2500

4 D B Nagar 571 1520 925 2445 2445 0 0 0 2445

5 Darjeeling 371 1318 684 2002 0 2002 0 0 0 2002

6 Dewanbari 697 2131 897 3028 0 3021 07 0 0 3028

7 Jalema 696 1557 1052 2609 0 2565 44 0 0 2609

8 Kachigang 645 1945 937 2882 0 2875 07 0 0 2882

9 Killa 743 1884 1239 3123 18 2750 188 72 95 3123

10 Kowaimura 622 1771 934 2705 0 2701 04 0 0 2705

11 Noabari 840 2222 1943 4165 0 3727 438 0 0 4165

12 P Khupilong 679 1879 1342 3221 44 2935 79 154 04 3221

13 Raiyabari 859 2162 1273 3435 0 2662 773 0 0 3435

14 U Baramura 322 816 729 1545 0 1545 0 0 0 1545

15 U B Nagar 747 2034 1192 3226 0 3226 0 0 0 3226

Total : 9295 25207 15907 41114 62 38953 1720 267 103 41114

Population of killa RD Block:- (2014-15)

Village Committee wise Population Status as per ROR 2014 under Killa R.D. Block.

Sl No

Village Committee

Family Status Total Family

Population Status Total Population

SC ST RM OBC UR SC ST RM OBC UR

1 Atharabhola 0 386 42 09 01 438 0 1889 180 41 04 2114

2 Bagma 0 495 0 0 0 495 0 2114 0 0 0 2114

3 D. Baramura 01 569 0 0 0 570 04 2496 0 0 0 2500

4 DB Nagar 0 571 0 0 0 571 0 2445 0 0 0 2445

5 Darjeeling 0 371 0 0 0 371 0 2002 0 0 0 2002

6 Dewanbari 0 696 01 0 0 697 0 3021 07 0 0 3028

7 Jalema 0 688 08 0 0 696 0 2565 44 0 0 2609

8 Kachigang 0 643 02 0 0 645 0 2875 07 0 0 2882

9 Killa 04 652 43 19 25 743 18 2750 188 72 95 3123

10 Kuaimura 0 621 01 0 0 622 0 2701 04 0 0 2705

11 Noabari 0 760 80 0 0 840 0 3727 438 0 0 4165

12 P. Khumpuilwng 09 262 14 29 01 679 44 2935 79 154 04 3221

13 Raiyabari 0 657 202 0 0 859 0 2662 773 0 0 3435

14 U.Baramura 0 322 0 0 0 322 0 1545 0 0 0 1545

15 UB Nagar 0 747 0 0 0 747 0 3226 0 0 0 3226

Total : 14 8440 393 57 27 9295 66 38953 1720 267 103 41114

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Killa block Volunteers Profile (2014-15):-

Sl No Name of

the Village

Name of the

NGO/CBO

Name of the

Volunteers

No of Volunteers Trained

Rescue First

Aid

Hand

Radio

Relief &

Coordin

ation

Damage

Assessment

1. Killa Killa Borok

Sporting Club

32 Nos. -- 06 -- -- --

2. Raiyabari Borok Hoda

Thong

Society

26 Nos. -- 14 -- -- --

3. East

Khupilong

Baba Goria

Mission

58 Nos. -- -- -- -- --

KAKRABAN BLOCK Cropping pattern

Name of the R.D

Block

Type of Crops Area Cultivated (in Hect. Area under Crop insurance

( in Hect)

Kakraban RD

Block

Paddy, Vegetables,

Jute & Potato

1150 Not available

Livelihood Details

Sl.

No.

Name of

Block

Total HH Agric

ulture

Agriculture

1 Labour

Other

Labour

Fishing Petty

Business

Service

holder

Other

(Specif

y)

1 Kakraban

RD

Block

20091 7000 3910 2000 2000 1500 NA NA

Drinking water Sources

Sl.

No.

Name of the

Block

Tube well Mark

II/III

Sanitary

well

Phd

Stand

post

River Canal

Kakrabon NA 216 NA NA 1 NA

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Irrigation Facilities and Sources

Sl.No. Name of Block Ponds Dug wells LI Points Drift/

Shallow

TW

River Crecks Canal

Kakraban

RD Block

NIL NIL Available

45 nos

Available

61 NOS

Available

10 KM

-- --

Non- Irrigation Facilities and Sources

Typy of Land Land in Hect

TILLA 3017 HECT

Communication Facilities:-

Sl.No. Name of

Block

Tele-

Communication

No. of

Boats

No. of

Bus/

Trucks

Nos. of

Tractors

No. of

Jeeps/

Maruti

No. of

two

Wheeler

1 Kakraban

RD Block

Available 15 nos 43 nos 105 145 12054

nos

(B) Population (*) :-

Details Break-up of population of different GP/VC under Kakraban RD Block as on 31.01.2014

Sl No.

Name of G.P/ Village

Total number of family Total number of Population M F

ST SC OBC R.M Oth Total ST SC OBC RM Oth Total

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

1 Kakraban 1 271 217 50 599 1138 4 1455 762 222 2441 4884 2500 2384

2 Ichacherra 0 352 134 03 219 708 0 1420 562 18 917 2917 1503 1414

3 Hurijala 0 384 132 143 166 825 0 1738 295 650 699 3382 1967 1415

4 Murapara 13 352 189 54 204 812 75 1352 773 232 738 3170 161 1559

5 Mirza 91 309 133 51 30 914 339 1325 533 262 1483 3942 1968 1974

6 Dakshin Mirza 16 214 19 4 38 291 74 926 112 21 196 1329 636 693

7 Purba Mirza 124 247 143 20 185 719 616 1200 704 122 846 3488 1717 1771

8 Jamjuri 11 336 401 461 475 1684 33 1218 1431 180

0 1614 6096 3012 3084

9 Kushamara 0 531 212 302 265 1310 0 2130 763 125

7 963 5113 2570 2543

10 Tulamura 68 168 318 0 160 725 286 650 1190 0 701 2827 1439 1388

11 Uttar

Tulamura 128 88 183 034 193 626 550 344 709 159 737 2499 1232 1267

12 Dhudpuskarini 01 407 321 111 85 925 02 1653 1262 507 333 3757 1875 1882

13 Rani 24 373 66 93 78 237 107 1485 238 397 301 2528 1264 1264

14 Gangacherra 114 360 120 30 215 839 510 1499 476 110 969 3564 1854 1710

15 Palatana 0 309 198 214 293 1014 0 1446 633 775 881 3735 1924 1811

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16 Purba

Palatana 0 336 264 173 123 896 0 1249 959 737 469 3414 1752 1662

17 Shilghati 0 368 42 195 281 886 0 1471 119 116

1 696 3447 1828 1619

18 Samukcherra 364 0 0 07 02 373 149

6 0 0 22 12 1530 774 756

19 Dhuptali 350 107 46 0 10 513 145

6 548 201 0 31 2236 1142 1094

20 Purba

Tulamura 327 18 19 2 0 366

1439

68 74 9 0 1590 745 845

21 Dakhshin Rani 479 02 0 12 0 493 216

6 09 0 73 0 2248 1107 1141

22 Uttar Shilghati 787 0 2 112 0 901 354

7 0 10 443 0 4000 1960 2040

Total 2898 5532 3159 2071 3621 17195 1270

0 23186 11806 8977 15027 71696 34930 35316

Type of workers. (Approx)

Name of block.

Type of workers (Approx) Skilled

workers. Semi Skilled

workers. Un-Skilled workers.

Total workers.

M F M F M F M F

Kakraban RD Block 3412 1542 2657 1542 6423 3214 12492

6298

SL No

Name of the Block

Big farmers

Marginal farmers

Small farmers

Agricultural labours

Landless Total

1. Kakraban 98 9439 1448 -Do- -Do- 10985

(E) Geographical Area (in Acre) (Approx) (a) Paddy(Approx)

Sl. No.

Name of the Block

Agricultural Land (acre) Grazing land

Forest (ha)

Others Total area. High Medium Low

1. Kakraban 425 4200 900 110.0 1578.31 3196.61 11869.9

2 (b) Crop Pattern(Approx)

SL No

Name of the Block

Type of Crop Area Cultivated (in acre)

Area under Crop Insurance (in

acre) 1. Kakraban Paddy/Vegetable/Jute/Pota

to.

1150 Not available.

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(c) Land Holding Pattern (No. of HH) (Approx)

Name of Block

Total House hold

Farmer Agri.

labour Other labour

Fishing Petty

business Service holder

Others (specif

y) Sweet water

Saline

Kakraban 20091 7000 3910 2000 2000 -- 1500 NA NA Livelihood Details (No. of Families) (Approx)

Name of

Block

Shallow

tube well

Kutccha

well

RCC Well Masonry

well

Sanitary

Well

PHE

Hydrant

post.

F D F D F D F D F D F D

Kakraban 109

2

140 219

4

122

8

523 149 152

4

730 221 105 925 1

7

Drinking Water Sources: - (F – Functional, D – Defunct) (Approx)

Name of Block

Tube well Mark-II / III

Sanitary well

Phd Stand post

River Canal

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Kakraban NA 216 NA NA 1 NA

(L) Storage facilities with capacity(Approx) Name of

Block Type of Storage

Structure Location Capacity Contact Person Phone No.

Kakraban Pucca wall GCI

roofing Kakraban 4000 MT BDO,Kakraban 265-436

(M) Police Stations

Police Station Name of the GP(Location) Staff Available Kakraban PS Kakraban. 15 Nos.(Approx)

(N) PHC

Name of Block

PHC Name of the GP (location) Staff Available

Kakraban 10 Nos. Palatana / Jamjuri /Khilpara / Amtali / Kushamara / Mirza / Murapara/ Rajarbag / Dudhpuskarini / Shilghati

31 Nos.

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AMARPUR BLOCK (2013-14)

Cropping pattern

Name of the R.D

Block

Type of Crops Area Cultivated

(in Hect.

Area under Crop insurance ( in

Hect)

Amarpur Paddy/vegetable/fruit/

Rubber

14679

Livelihood Details Amarpur R.D. Block

Sl.

No.

Name of

Block

Total

HH

Agriculture Agriculture

1 Labour

Other

Labour

Fishing Petty

Business

Service

holder

Other

(Specify

)

Amarpur

R.D.

Block

15558 12785 7000 5785 250 750 500 -

Drinking water Sources :-

Sl.

No.

Name of the

Block

Tube well Mark

II/III

Sanitary

well

Phd

Stand

post

River Canal

1 Amarpur R.D.

Block

183

Irrigation Facilities and Sources

Sl.No. Name of the

Block

Pounds Dug wells LI Points Drift/

Shallow

TW

River Crecks Canal

1 Amarpur

R.D. Block

842 - 82 25 1 289KM 05KM

Non- Irrigation Facilities and Sources

Typy of Land Land in Hect

Lunga/Nal 1452.24

Tilla 1269.56

Total 2721.18

Communication Facilities:-

Sl.No. Name of

Block

Telecommunication No. of

Boats

No. of

Bus/

Trucks

Nos. of

Tractors

No. of

Jeeps/

Maruti

No. of

two

Wheeler

Amarpur

R.D.

Block

Available 07 /

30

150 20 150

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KARBOOK BLOCK (2013-14)

2.6 Crop Pattern:

SL

No Name of the GP Type of Crops

Area

Cultivated

Area under Crop

insurance(in Hect)

1 Chellagang Awash. Amman & Borrow 281 00

2 Dakshin Chellagang Awash. Amman & Borrow 280 00

3 Dakshin Ekchari Awash. Amman & Borrow 287 00

4 Dakshin Karbook Awash. Amman & Borrow 280 00

5 Ichachari Awash. Amman & Borrow 295 00

6 Lowgang Awash. Amman & Borrow 292 00

7 Lebachara Awash. Amman & Borrow 259 00

8 Mukhchari Awash. Amman & Borrow 266 00

9 New Gumati Awash. Amman & Borrow 241 00

10 Powangbari Awash. Amman & Borrow 289 00

11 Pashim Ekchari Awash. Amman & Borrow 282 00

12 Pashim Karbook Awash. Amman & Borrow 278 00

13 Pashim Manukya Dewan Awash. Amman & Borrow 276 00

14 Patichari Awash. Amman & Borrow 283 00

15 Purba Karbook Awash. Amman & Borrow 277 00

16 Purba Manikya Dewan Awash. Amman & Borrow 242 00

17 Rambhadra Awash. Amman & Borrow 279 00

18 Uttar Ekchari Awash. Amman & Borrow 285 00

2.7. Livelihood Details:

Name of the GP Total

House

holds

Agricult

ure

Agricult

ure

labour

Other

labour

Fishing Petty

Busine

ss

Service

holder

Others

(Specify)

Sweet

water

Sali

ne

Chellagang 316 187 438 158 39 - 023 31

Dakshin

Chellagang

184 79 430 122 167 - 215 48

Dakshin Ekchari 402 318 400 376 70 - - 13

Dakshin Karbook 683 511 411 381 46 - 087 177

Ichachari 860 693 412 202 159 - 013 47

Lowgang 1242 918 440 276 12 - 187 89

Lebachara 402 337 388 201 12 - 017 28

Mukhchari 365 200 428 246 238 - 025 12

New Gumati 287 136 187 95 54 - 012 49

Powangbari 263 141 406 225 69 - 018 37

Pashim Ekchari 457 320 407 321 11 - 012 26

Pashim Karbook 704 610 404 213 45 - 014 41

Pashim Manukya

Dewan

885 733 410 238 68 - 010 18

Patichari 369 175 409 346 47 - 022 36

Purba Karbook 867 681 408 296 27 - 015 57

Purba Manikya

Dewan

598 410 405 250 31 - - 23

Rambhadra 224 189 401 306 00 - 007 17

Uttar Ekchari 408 343 433 172 65 - 035 68

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2.8 Drinking water Sources:

Name of the GP Tube well

Well PHD Stand Functional Defunct

Chellagang 11 14 04 00

Dakshin Chellagang 22 00 07 00

Dakshin Ekchari 14 02 04 00

Dakshin Karbook 60 15 37 02

Ichachari 47 11 21 02

Lowgang 37 08 23 00

Lebachara 24 09 22 02

Mukhchari 20 03 16 00

New Gumati 06 01 07 00

Powangbari 24 00 10 02

Pashim Ekchari 33 09 25 00

Pashim Karbook 47 08 29 00

Pashim Manukya Dewan 54 02 28 01

Patichari 11 07 10 05

Purba Karbook 73 12 54 00

Purba Manikya Dewan 30 07 27 01

Rambhadra 20 10 27 01

Uttar Ekchari 35 00 23 01

2.12 Availability of Irrigation Facility: SL

No.

Name of the Project Area in Hect

1 L.I scheme of Lebachara 25.00

2 L.I scheme of Depachari 31.00

3 L.I scheme at East Manikya Dewan 20.00

4 L.I scheme at Mantridas para 21.00

5 L.I scheme at Chaitraham para 22.00

6 L.I scheme at satarai para 22.00

7 L.I scheme at Tuisama para 25.00

8 L.I scheme at 14-Card No-II 20.00

9 L.I scheme at Ekchari-II(Nija Ch. Chakma para-I) 23.00

10 L.I scheme at Bhanu Karbari para No-I 22.00

11 L.I scheme at Bhanu Karbari para No-III 05.00

12 L.I scheme at Tabida para No-I 25.00

13 L.I Scheme at Tabida para No-II 25.00

14 L.I scheme at North Ekchari 22.00

15 L.I scheme at Bhanu Karbari para No-II 19.00

16 L.I scheme at Ekchari 25.00

17 L.I Scheme at West Ekchari 20.00

18 L.I Scheme at South Chellagang No.-I 20.00

19 L.I Scheme at South Chellagang No-II 20.00

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20 L.I Scheme at South Chellagang No-III 20.00

21 L.I Scheme at Lenin colony 18.00

22 L.I Scheme at 14-Card N0-I 25.00

23 L.I Scheme at Malumkuya No-I 25.00

24 L.I Scheme at Malumkua No-II 22.00

25 L.I Scheme at Malumkua No-III 17.00

26 L.I Scheme at Malumkua No-III 17.00

27 L.I Scheme at Purba Malumkua 21.00

28 L.I Scheme at Prabin Chakma para 20.00

29 L.I Scheme at Chandra kiran para 20.00

30 L.I Scheme at Twikumba chera 20.00

31 L.I Scheme at Nabajoy para 25.00

32 L.I scheme at Nija Ch. Para No-II(Powangbari) 20.00

2.13 Irrigation Facilities and Sources: Name of the GP Ponds Dug

wells

L.I

points

Drift/Shallow

TW

River/Chara Creeks Canal

Chellagang 39 3 Gumati river - -

Dakshin

Chellagang

167 10 Gumati river - -

Dakshin Ekchari 70 - Simbua chara - -

Dakshin

Karbook

53 1 1 Karbook chara - -

Ichachari 41 - Gumati river - -

Lebachara 159 2 Lowgang chara - -

Lowgang 12 3 Gumati river,Baiban

chara

- -

Mukhchari 238 - Gumati river 2 -

New Gumati 54 - - 2 -

Pashim Karbook 75 - Gumati

river,Depachari chara

- -

Pashim Ekchari 11 - Ekchari chara - -

Pashim

Manukya

Dewan

45 - - - -

Patichari 68 - - - -

Powangbari 26 7 Gumati river, Ekchari

chara

- -

Purba Karbook 27 - Charkutila chara - -

Purba Manikya

Dewan

31 2 Nalikachak chara - -

Rambhadra 80 - Gumati river,

Rambhadra chara

- -

Uttar Ekchari 27 4 Gumati river 1 -

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OMPI BLOCK

Cropping pattern

Name of the R.D

Block

Type of Crops Area

Cultivated (in

Hect.

Area under Crop insurance ( in

Hect)

Ompi Boro paddy 1019 42

Total Paddy 4526

Pulses

160

Oil seeds 92

Maize 75

Potato 80 29

Vegetable(Kharif

& Rabis)

437

Irrigation Facilities and Sources

Sl.No. Name of the

Block

Ponds Dug wells LI Points Drift/

Shallow

TW

River Creek Canal

1 Ompi R.D

Block

103 63 50 00 00 00 54

Non- Irrigation Facilities and Sources

Typy of Land Land in Hect

Stone & Jhum 500

Communication Facilities:-

Sl.No. Name

of

Block

Telecommunication No. of

Boats

No. of

Bus/

Trucks

Nos. of

Tractors

No. of

Jeeps/

Maruti

No. of two

Wheeler

1 Ompi

R.D

Block

Available 2 Bus-02

trucks-06

Nos.

00. Jeep-54

Maruti-80

158 Nos.

List of Helipad (with location in longitude and latitude) in Gomati District

Sl.No Sub-

Division./Block. Location of Helipad.

Longitude Latitude.

1. Matabari R.D.

Block.

Salgara H.S.School

field. 91 24' East 23 32' North

2. Assam Rifles,

Dhajanaar

Assam Rifles Complex,

Dhajanagar 23 34' 18” East 91 28' 38” North

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3. Killa R.D. Block. Near Nayabari ADC

Village office. 91 31' East 23 36' North

4. Kakraban R.D.

Block.

Kali Kishore H.S.

School field. 9124' East 2321' North

5.

Amarpur R.D.

Block & Sub-

Divisional H.Q.

Amarpur R.D.Block

H.Q. 9141.89' East 2328.45' North

6 Ompi R.D Block Near Ompi R.D Block 91°38.78‟ East 23°40.15‟ North

7. Karbook R.D.

Block. Near ARDD office. 9143.03' East 2320.52' North

8. Udaipur Sub-

Division Palatana(OTPC) 91°26‟13.7” East

23°29‟59.2”

North

4) Resources available with the SP(G)

Equipments availability: (2013-14)

Sl. No. Name of items Availability as on 07.03.10

1 Water bottle carrier 48 Nos

2 Water bottle 60 Nos

3 Axe 02 Nos

4 Flexible wire 03 coils

5 Water filter 100 lts. Capacity 22 Nos

6 Iron Pan (Big) 02 No.

7 Nylon pipe ¾ dia 02 coils

8 Binocular 07 Nos

9 Compass 07 Nos.

10 Commando Light 03 Nos

11 Bullet proof potka 17 Nos

12 Bullet proof helmet (Kavler) 05 Nos

13 Biono Colour (Night vision) 01 No.

14 Bullet proof jacket 69 Nos

15 Poly carbonate shield 09 nos

16 F.G.P Helmet 169 Nos

17 Body protector 11 Set

18 Tent 180 LBS with all 5 Set

19 E.P.I.P Tent 3 Set

20 Store tent 2 Set

All the above equipments are kept in a store at Dhajanagar Police lines.

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3) Resources avalable with Fire Services Deptt:-

SL.

No.

Name of the Fire

Station

Telephone No. Disposition of

Vehicle &

Pumps

Disposition of

Man Power.

Rescue equipments.

1 Udaipur Fire

Station

101 /

03821-223518

Bolero-1 No.

W/T-2Nos

Jeep-1 No

Pump-5 Nos.

CO2

Extenguisher

1.Station Officer-1

2.Sub-Officer-1

3.LFM-8

4.CRO-1

5.driver-9

6.Fireman-53

7.Night guard-3

8.SCA-1

9.CLN-2

Extension Lader Streetcher Life jacket Life bony Electric torch Rescue line Long branch Hand control branch Lock cutter Axe Section key Foam making branch Dividing branch Shovel. Crowbar Building cutter(Udaipur) Hand gloves. Pick and rope. Potable inflatable E.light tower(Udaipur only)

2. Amarpur Fire

Station

03821-263245 W.T-1 No.

Bolero-1

Pump-2

CO2

Extinguisher

1. Sub Officer-1

2. LFM-3

3. D/V-4

4. Fireman-24

3. Jatanbari Fire

Station

03821-264202 W/T-1 No.

Jeep-1

Pump-2 Nos.

CO2

Extinguisher

1. Sub-Officer-1

2. LFM-1

3. D/V-4

4. Fireman-24

Disaster Management trained personal ( Fire service )

Amarpur (Fireman) Amarpur (Fireman) Jatan bari(Fireman)

Md.Golap Hossian Sri Nitai Shil Sri Uttam Kr. Das Sri Swapan Majumder Sri Bikash Dey Sri Sukanta Majumder Sri Badal debnath Sri Ajendra Reang

Sri Avijit Das

Sri Jutan Debnath

Sri Mantri Krishore Jamatia

Sri Mohan Singh Jamatia

SSO

Sri Pranabir DebnathF/M

Sri Ram Prasad Noatia.

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5) Resources available with Power (TSECL) Deptt.

Existing Status of Distribution Wing in South Tripura District : ( Distribution and Maintenance

Wing upto 33 Kilo Voltage Level)

1. No. of Electrical Circle : 1 No. (Electrical Circle No. I , Udaipur .

2. No. of Electrical Division : 2 Nos. (Udaipur , Amarpur ,).

3. No. of Electrical Sub-Division : 8 Nos .(Udaipur , Dhajanagar, Kakraban ,

Matabari , Maharani, Killa , Amarpur , Jatanbari

Ompi.

4. Maximum Demand : 45 MW (Mega Watt).

5. No. of 33 KV(KV means Kilo Voltage) Sub-Station : 3 Nos. (Kakraban , Jatanbari ,

Silachari ,.

6. No. of 66 KV Sub-Station(Not under Distribution Wing) : 2 Nos. (Banduar , Amarpur,

7. No. of 132 KV Sub-Station(Not under Distribution Wing) : 1 No. (Banduar, Udaipur) .

8. No. of Total Consumers : 1,12, 312 Nos. (Gomati & South Tripura )

9. LT lines ( Distribution line ) : 4470 Km (In (Gomati & South District )

10. 11 KV lines(Distribution line) : 2817 Km (In Gomati & South District )

11. 33 KV line (Distribution line) : 96 Km (In Gomati & South District )

12. LT Sub-Station( Distribution/ Step down) : 2475 Nos.

13. Vehicle ( In South District ) : One hired vehicle is available in each office .

14. Stand-By Generator Set : No Generator is available in South District.

(In case of Total main power failure)

15. No. of Call offices in South Tripura : 67 Nos.

16. No. of Engineers in Distribution Wing : 74 Nos. (Up to 33 KV level , In (G &S) Dist. )

17 . Tools and Equipments : Tools and equipments which are required for day

to day maintenance like Ladders , Plus , Draw

vices , Screw Driver , Nose pliers , Bill hooks

(Daw), Hand saws , Thimbling machines , Oil

filter machine , Rope , Chain pully etc. are

available in every Sub-Division in Gomati District

.

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6) Resurces available with DWS Department.

Sl.No. Name of the

Block

Jurisdiction

of the DWS

Sub-Division

Jurisdiction

of DWS

Division

No.

of

DTW

No. of

SBDTW

No. of

SWTP

No. of

water

Tanks

Remarks

1 Amarpur Amarpur DWS Division

Udaipur 42 22 01 01

2 Ompi Ompi -do- 26 32 01

3 Karbook Karbook -do- 33 16 -

4 Matabari DWS Sub-

Div-II,UDP

-do- 54 16 01 01

5 Killa Killa -do- 21 19 -

6 Kakraban Kakraban -do- 40 06 -

7 Udaipur NP DWS Div.-1 -do- 06 - 01

Total 222 190Nos 06 04

7) Resources available with PWD(R& B)-South Tripura District Bridges and Roads :-

Bridges generally constrict the flow of water, their hydraulic characteristics must be considered at the

design stage to prevent an unacceptable rise of water levels upstream of the structure. Bridges are

important in terms of maintaining access for evacuation and delivery of medical and other emergency

services. Key transportation corridors should have high design standards that will withstand extreme

flooding events. However not all bridges require a high level of protection, and the design criteria can

be to a lesser standard that takes into consideration the possibility of overtopping.

Bridges are expensive, and difficult to replace quickly after a flood event. An alternative

strategy is to design the approach roads to be the weak link in the chain so that extreme events wash

out the road but do not damage the bridge. Approaches can be quickly repaired after a flood event

and transportation corridors restored. Road design, either parallel to the river or leading to bridges,

must be given careful consideration. There is a temptation to raise roads that have been overtopped

by flood events without giving adequate consideration to the number and size of openings necessary

to pass local drainage or tributary inflow. In such cases the road can artificially raise water levels

upstream and cause additional flood damage. Roads can also act as levees when they are parallel to

the river. Hydraulic studies must be undertaken before roads are raised to fully establish the impacts

of these activities.

Roads and railway embankments cut across the drainage lines and may lead to increase in

vulnerability of the area, through which they pass, to flooding and drainage congestion, if they are not

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properly aligned, located and designed. Inadequate waterway in the form of vents/culverts/

bridges/causeways is another cause of increase in vulnerability to floods.

The Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways (MOSRTH), MOR, MOD, NHAI,

BRO, state government/SDMA will ensure that national highways, state highways, district and other

roads are aligned, located and designed properly with respect to height and width and provided with

adequate waterway in the form of vents, culverts, bridges and causeways so as to make them flood

safe and not increase the vulnerability of the area to flooding and drainage congestion. The safety of

existing roads/railway embankments against floods will also be checked by the MOSRTH, MOR,

MOD, NHAI, BRO and state government/SDMA/DDMAs, and if found inadequate, measures by

way of increasing height and width and augmenting waterway by constructing additional

bridges/culverts/causeways or by adding more spans to existing ones, will be taken up.

Bridges and Roads of Gomati District :-

Roads (in Km) Bridges ( In Nos) Building in Nos.

Name of

PWD

Division

Black

top

Metalled Brick

Soling

RCC Bailey SPT Slab

Culvert

Bok

Culv

ert

Resi

denti

al

Non

Residenti

al

Udaipur 290.71 156.55 3 26 5 11 65 111 8

Amarpur 110.33 15 111.73 3 31 8 21 5 72 13

Total

Alternate route(road) for communication with District HQ, Sub-Divisional HQ,

Block HQ and other importand places .

1.From Agartala to Gomati District HQ,Udaipur.

a) Agartala to Udaipur via Bishalghar,Bishramgong,Bagma ,

b) Agartala to Udaipur via Bishalghar,Bishramgong ,Melaghar

c) Agartala to Udaipur via Teliamura, Taidu , Ompi , Amarpur

d) Agartala to Udaipur via Gabordhi, Jampuijala

2.From Udaipur to Kakraban Block.

a) Udaipur to Kakraban Block HQ via Jamjuri

b) Udaipur to Kakraban via Garjee, Tulamura , Mirza

c) Udaipur to Kakraban Block HQ via Bagma Shilghati Garjanmura shilghati

3.From Udaipur to Killa Block HQ.

a) Udaipur to Killa via pitra

b) Udaipur to Killa via Gakulpur

c) Udaipur to Killa via kopilong , Atharavhola ,Kachigang

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4.From Udaipur to Matabari Block HQ

a)Udaipur to Matabri Block HQonly 2.5Km on foot or road

5.From Udaipur to Amarpur Block HQ and Sub-Division HQ.

a) Udaipur to Amarpur Block HQ / Sub-Divisional HQ via Maharani

b) Udaipur to Amarpur via Santirbazar

c) Udaipur to Amarpur HQ via Agartala , Teliamura, Taidu , Ompi ,Bampur

6.From Udaipur to Ompi Block HQ

a)Udaipur to Ompi Block HQ via Amarpur

b) Udaipur to Ompi HQ via Agartala , Teliamura , Taidu

c)Udaipur to Ompi Block HQ via Killa , Nityabazar

7.From Udaipur to Karbook Sub-Division / Block HQ.

a) Udaipur to Karbook HQ via Amarpur

b) Udaipur to Karbook via Santirbazar , Jolaibari , Silachari

c) Udaipur to Karbook via Kathalchari , Devipur , Challagang

8.Udaipur to Silachari Sub-Block HQ.

a) Udaipur to Silachari Sub-Block HQ via Amarpur , Karbook

b) Udaipur to Silachari HQ via Santirbazar , Julaibari

8) Resources available with Food Department

Emergency stock for different essential supplies that may be needed during the emergency period

should be maintained. At a minimum, these supplies should include:

Several clean containers for water, large enough for a 3-5 day supply of water (about five

gallons for each person).

A 3-5 day supply of non-perishable food and a non-electric can opener.

A first aid kit and manual and prescription medicines and special medical needs.

A battery-powered radio, flashlights, and extra batteries.

Sleeping bags or extra blankets.

Water-purifying supplies, such as chlorine or iodine tablets or unscented, ordinary household

chlorine bleach.

Baby food and/or prepared formula, diapers, and other baby supplies.

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Disposable cleaning cloths, such as "baby wipes" for the whole family to use in case bathing

facilities are not available.

Personal hygiene supplies, such as soap, toothpaste, sanitary napkins, etc.

An emergency kit for your car with food, flares, booster cables, maps, tools, a first aid kit, fire

extinguisher, sleeping bags, etc.

Rubber boots, sturdy shoes, and waterproof gloves.

Insect repellent containing DEET, screens, or long-sleeved and long-legged clothing for

protection from mosquitoes which may gather in pooled water remaining after the flood.

List of SubDivision wise Food Godowns in Gomati District:-

Sl

No

Name of Sub-

Division Name of Godown Capacity Owner /Authority

4.

Udaipur

Udaipur Gov. Food godown 1000 MT

5. -do- (salt) 500 MT

6. Kakrabon Govt. Food godown 500 MT

7. Tepania Govt. Food godown 2000 MT

8.

Amarpur

Amarpur Govt. Food godown 1000 MT

9. Jatanbari Govt. Food godown 250 MT

10. Ompi Govt. Food godown 250 MT

9) Resources available with ARDD Department

Medicines and Equipments

All Vety. Hospitals and Centre are equipped with sufficient Medicines and Apparatus.

10% Reserve for Emergency

1 Generator at HQ.

1 Emergency Ambulance.

Veterinary Laboratory Scientist at Dist. Investigation Lab and District Medicine Store with

Equipments: (0381-222374) (9436135683)

Personal Protective Equipments [PPEs] : 800 Nos.

Cold Storage at HQ : 01 No.

Deep Fridge : 03 Nos.

Vaccine Carrier : 60 Nos.

Cold Box : 10 Nos.

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10) Resources Available at Amarpur Sub Division :

Amarpur Block :-

Resource Type Details Nos. Contacts/Owner‟s name with

telephone No.

Transportation/

Communication

Tractor 31 SA Amarpur

Trekker

Trolley, Rickshaw 105 Amarpur Rickshaw owners

Syndicate

Four wheelers 85 DRDA Section Amarpur R.D.

Block

Boat 06 Rangamati and Debbari GP

Telephone

Any other(Tata Sumo) 08 Amarpur Bus owner syndicate

Containers Tankers

All the materials / information

are readily available at the

concerned GP/ Village

Committee Offices.

Overhead tankers

Jarry Can

Big vessels

Cleaning/

Cutting/Equipments

Kodi

Kudala

Sabala

Rope

Saw

Other resources Gen set

Pume set

Petromax

Tent house

Gas light

Solar light

Bio gas

Mike set

Shelter temporary Tents

Tarpaulins/ Polythene

Bamboo

Resource Inventory of Ompi R.D.Block

Resource Type Details Nos. Contacts/Owner‟s name with

telephone No.

Transportation/

Communication

Tractor 00 -

Trekker 06 -

Trolley, Rickshaw 35 TMSU, Ompi

Four wheelers 62 1. Sri Charan singh Kaloi,

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Hello.943651183

2. Sri Adhir Roy, hello.

9436342090

Boat 02 Sri Suman Rabi Das

9863126693

Telephone 15 Nos. BSNL

Any other 5800 BSNL, AIRCELL etc.

Containers Tankers 07 Nos. SDO(DWS), Ompi

Overhead tankers 02 Nos. SDO(DWS), Ompi,

Hello.8014249357

Jarry Can 00 00

Big vessels 00 00

Cleaning/

Cutting/Equipments

Kodi 00 00

Kudala 500Nos. RPS of 21 village Offices

Sabala 500 Nos. RPS of 21 village Offices

Rope 20 kg BDO, Ompi, Hello.03825-

264315

Saw 02Nos. Range Officer, Ompi

Hello.9856992590

Other resources Gen set 01Nos. BDO Ompi

Hello.03825-264315

Pume set 03 Nos. Ajit Debbarma, JE,

Mob.9856914643

Petromax 00 00

Tent house 00 00

Gas light 00 00

Solar light 1200 Nos. Padamani Kaloi,

mob.9436934077

Bio gas 00 00

Mike set 01 BDO Ompi

Hello.03825-264315

Shelter temporary Tents 21 Nos. CRPF, Tilla Bari, Ompi,

Mob.9436463236

Tarpaulins/ Polythene 06 Nos BDO Ompi

Hello.03825-264315

Bamboo 100 Nos. BDO Ompi

Hello.03825-264315

Resource Inventory of Karbook R.D. block

Resource Type Details Nos. Contacts/Owner‟s name with

telephone No.

Transportation/

Communication

Tractor 11 Subrata Debnath 03821264274

Nepal Debnath9436472253

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Trekker

Trolley, Rickshaw

Four wheelers 67 TMSU-Karbook03821269336

TMSU-Jatanbari 03821264403

Boat 71

Telephone

Any other

Containers Tankers

Overhead tankers 12

Jarry Can

Big vessels 07

Cleaning/

Cutting/Equipments

Kodi 02 C/o-Tarun Sangha, Priyamani

Debbarma9862883913

Kudala 50

Sabala 50

Rope 70

Saw 12 Eshanjoy Tripura8974174948

Other resources Gen set 08

Pume set 02

Petromax -

Tent house 02

Gas light -

Solar light 05

Bio gas -

Mike set

Shelter temporary Tents 10 Shanka Debnath-03821264473

Tarpaulins/ Polythene 200Mts Bishu Debnath 03821264649

Bamboo

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Resource Inventory of MATARBARI BLOCK :-

Resource Type Details Nos. Contacts/Owner‟s name

with telephone No.

Transportation/

Communication

Tractor 227

Trekker 00

Trolley, Rickshaw 0

Four wheelers 185

Boat 145

Telephone 17327

Any other 0

Containers

Tankers 0

Overhead tankers 13

Jarry Can 0

Big vessels 0

Cleaning/

Cutting/Equipments

Kodi 0

Kudala 0

Sabala 0

Rope 0

Saw 0

Other resources

Gen set 0

Pump set 0

Petromax 0

Tent house 45

Gas light 0

Solar light 200

Bio gas 1

Mike set 27

Shelter temporary

Tents 45

Tarpaulins/ Polythene 43

Bamboo 120

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Resource Inventory of KILLA BLOCK :-

Resource Type Details Nos Contacts/Owner's

name with telephone

no

Transportation /

communication

Tractor 38

Trekker --

Trolley,rickshaw 04

Four wheelers 05

Boat --

Telephone --

Any other --

Containers

Tankers 06

Overhead tankers 06

Jerry cane 100

Big vessels 100

Clearing / cutting

equipments

Kodi 100

Kudala 5000

Sabala 121

Rope 150

Saw --

Other resources

Gen set 03

Pump set 119

Petromax 03

Tent house 03

Gas light --

Solar Light 600

Bio gas --

Mike Set 01

Shelter temporary

Tents 10

Tarpaulins/polythene 37

Bamboo 1000

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Resource Inventory of Kakrabon Block :-

Resource Type Details Nos. Contacts/Owner‟s name

with telephone No.

Transportation/

Communication

Tractor 105 nos

Trekker

Trolley,

Rickshaw

Four wheelers 175

Boat 15 nos

Telephone Mobile facility available

BSNL,AIRTEL,AIRCEL,RELIANCE,VODAFONE Etc

Any other

Containers Tankers Nil

Overhead

tankers

3 nos

Jarry Can

Big vessels 25 nos

Cleaning/

Cutting/Equipments

Kodi

Kudala 20371

Sabala 17456

Rope ----

Saw Big size saw 52 nos, Small size -145

nos

Other resources Gen set 112

Pump set 347 nos

Petro-max ---

Tent house Nil

Gas light Nil

Solar light 63 nos

Bio gas 4 nos

Mike set 105 nos

Shelter temporary Tents Tent available in all G.P

Tarpaulins/

Polythene

Available

Bamboo Available

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CONTROL ROOM:-

1. District control Room in the office of the District Magistrate & Collector :-

The Control Room acts as the nerve center office for the district to tackle the emergency

situations and the staff coordinate with the line departments for timely response in Disaster

Preparedness and Management at the District level. For Normal time and Emergency situations an

Emergency Officer and two Support staff are placed in the District Control Room.

District Control room in the office of the District Magistrate & Collector, Gomati

Districtct is functioning 7 x 24 hours with Toll free Telephone No. 1077 , I. Phone No. 6558 and

fax No. (03821) 226 558.

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Staffing for District Control Room:-

1. District Magistrate & Collector of Gomati District is the Chairman of District Level

Disaster Management Committee.

2. Officer-in-Charge of Disaster Management is the Officer-In –Charge of District

Control Room

3. Sri .R.P Roy,UDC is In-Charge of District Control Room

4. 5(five) Nos. Home Guard are doing duty 24 hours

5. 40 Nos officer supervise the duty of the District Control Room

6. 90 Nos Group „C‟ staff and 90 Nos Group „D‟ staff perform duty from 8am to 3pm

and 3pm to 9 pm and 9pm to 8AM every day in 3(three) hieft.

2. In the office of the Superintendent of Police, Gomati District :_

Shri L. Darlong, TPS-1, Addl. S.P., Gomati

District , Udaipur.

Residence:- Dak-Banglow Road, Udaipur

(Nodal Officer).

Office:- 03821-222213

Mobile :- 9436525118

S.D.P.O. Offices :-

Sl.

No.

Location Postal address Phone/Fax

1 SDPO, Udaipur, Gomati

Tripura,

Sri Subrata Debbarma, TPS

SDPO, Udaipur.

Residence= Dakbanglo Road, Udaipur.

Office:-03821-222323

Mobile:- 9436949173

3 SDPO, Amarpur,

Gomati Tripura

Shri Ashok Kumar Sinha,

SDPO, Amarpur.

Residence= Amarpur Qtr. Amarpur.

Office:-03821-263258

Mobile :- 9436459517

4 SDPO, Ompi Nagar,

Gomati Tripura.

Shri Frensis Darlong, TPS, SDPO,

Ompi Nagar.

Residence:- SDPO Office Qtr.

Office:-03825-264286

Mobile :- 9436949238

3. In the offices of the Sub-Divisional Magistrates :-

Name of Sub-Division Land phone No. Mobilie phone No.

Amarpur (03821) 263 226 9436541829

Udaipur (03821) 223 573 9436134912

Karbook 03821-269-300 9436471411

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WORKING PROGRAMME OF TRANSMITTING FLOOD WARNING MESSAGE

Function of different officials of Water Resource Organization for flood warning.

Gauge Reader / Helper.

The Gauge Reader would inform Junior Engineer & the Assistant Engineer-in-Charge of

embankments personally or by messenger ever when the gauge crosses the specified i.e. flood stage

level mentioned above. He should take reading / Record at every hour till the gauge drops below the

critical flood stage level. The Gauge Readers/Helper shall record and send the gauge reading to

respective Junior Engineer/ Assistant Engineer.

Forward/transmission through police wireless, whenever the Gauge crosses the specified level

as mentioned in the flood warning rules mentioned above.

Junior Engineer

Junior Engineer-in-charge of embankment shall go to the embankment even when the gauge

crosses the specified level and will start patrolling and attend vulnerable points and shall remain

therein till the flood levels go down below flood stage level.

Assistant Engineer.

The Assistant Engineer shall inform the local SDM and highest Police Officer of the area by

phone or by special messenger when ever the gauge crosses the critical level as per flood warning

rules. He shall also send the information to DM /SE. / CE by mobile/wireless as required under the

flood warning rules. After transmission of the flood message he shall go to the embankment and see

the arrangement of patrolling / guarding the embankment as per guide lines of function given above.

Executive Engineer.

The Executive Engineer shall go to the embankment if he happens to be in that locality at that

time and see the arrangement of patrolling /guarding. He shall also go to inspect the out station

embankment if the flood remains at stage for a long time and/or the Assistant Engineer requests his

presence due to real threat to the embankment.

Superintending Engineer.

The Superintending Engineer shall make arrangement of receiving all flood warning message

and flood reports and will compile the report of the Circle. He shall keep the Chief Engineer, PWD

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(WR) and Secretary informed if any embankment or work is breached or seriously threatened. He

will visit the embankment, if situation so demands.

Help from Civil Administration (DM/ SDM) on getting flood warning message.

i) To inform the people of impending flood after receipt of danger and extreme danger

level signal.

i) To maintain law and order on the working area and prevent any possible damage to

the embankment by miscreants.

ii) To mobilize labours/ volunteers for strengthening embankment in the event of help

solicited by Engineering Department.

iii) To requisition Braces.

iv) To open and run control room for receiving flood warning.

v) To make arrangement for relief and rescue work and keep the Army alerted for above

purposes.

vi) Any other duties concerning the function of flood relief co-ordinator of Revenue

Department. Action plan for Disaster preparedness of flood.

Problems:

The availability of fund in this sector is insignificant in comparison to the extent of problem.

As such most of the targeted Hard Engineering options i,e. structural works could not be taken up due

to paucity of fund.

Emergency Search, evacuation and Rescue role of Neighbourhood Community

The local community in the affected neighbourhood is always the first responder after a disaster.

Experience has shown that over 80 per-cent of search and rescue is carried out by the local

community before the intervention of the state machinery and specialised search and rescue teams.

Thus trained and equipped teams consisting of local people will be set up in flood prone areas to

respond effectively in the event of floods.

Evacuation is a pre-emptive move to protect life and property, where as rescue is a post-

disaster phenomenon of helping people to move from areas that have been hit by disaster to a safer

place. However, the situation of evacuation and rescue comes along with numerous unanswered

queries in mind. Very often, due to lack of information or in haste, living during evacuation and

rescue becomes difficult and painful.

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Existing Gauge Stations of Gomati District :-Amarpur

Sl.

No

.

Gauge

Station

Name

of river

&

emban

kment

Gauge

level

Flood

stage

Who will

send

message &

his function

To whom

message to be

send & his

function

How to

send

message

Form

of

Messa

ge

1 Amarpur

Gumati

Amarpu

r

Embank

ment

30.50

M

Probable

flood

stage

Gauge

Reader

i) a) Jr.

Engineer

b) Asstt.

Engineer

W.R. SD,

Amarpur

By

phone if

failing

by

messeng

er

“A”

- - - 31.00

M

Critical

level

J.E./ AE to

be present

on

embankmen

t till it

recede

below 31.00

M

S.D.M. Belonia

and S.D.P.O.

Belonia

By

wireless “A”

- - - 31.50

M

Danger

level

A..E./ E.E

to be

present on

embankmen

t till it

recede

below 31.50

M

EE/ SE. / CE /

S.D.M. /DM

(SOUTH)/

By

wireless “C”

- - - 32.00

M

Extreme

danger

level

-Do- S.E, to

visit

embankmen

t if situation

so demands.

EE/SE./CE/D

M, South/

Principal

Secretary,

PWD

By

wireless “C”

Udaipur

Sl.

No

.

Gauge

Station

Name

of river

&

emban

kment

Gauge

level

Flood

stage

Who will

send

message &

his function

To whom

message to be

sent & his

function

How to

send

message

Form

of

Messa

ge

1 Udaipur

Gumati

Udaipur

Embank

ment

20.30

M

Probable

flood

stage

Gauge

Reader

a) Jr.

Engineer

b) Asstt.

Engineer,

By

phone if

failing

by

“A”

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W.R. SD No-

I/II ,Udaipur.

messeng

er

- - - 20.80

M

Probable

flood

stage

J.E. to be

present on

embankmen

t till it

recede

below 20.80

M

c) Asstt.

Engineer

WRSD-I/II,

Udaipur.

b)E.E. WRD-

III Udaipur

By

phone if

failing

by

messeng

er

“A”

- - - 21.00

M

Critical

Stage

J.E./AE to

be present

on

embankmen

t till it

recede

below 21.00

M

S.D.M. Belonia

and S.D.P.O.

Belonia By

wireless “C”

- - - 21.50

M

Danger

level

A.E/E.E to

be present

on

embankmen

t till it

recede

below

21.50M

EE/ SE. / CE /

S.D.M. /DM

(SOUTH)/ By

wireless “C”

- - - 22.00

M

Extreme

danger

level

-Do- S.E. to

visit

embankmen

t if situation

so demands.

EE/SE./CE/D

M, South/

Principal

Secretary,

PWD

By

wireless “C”

ZONING OF FLOOD-PRONE AREAS :-

The best way to reduce future flood damages is to prevent development from occurring on flood-

prone lands. Zoning of such lands is an effective approach, but generally should be coupled with the

broader land-use planning mentioned above so that the land has a defined use. Zoning can be used to

reduce damages from flooding and be flexible enough to recognize that other forms of land use are

compatible. An example is agricultural use of lands in flood-prone areas where water velocities are

low enough not to cause serious erosion. Flood-prone lands can continue to be used for agricultural

purposes, particularly where the amount of agricultural land is limited. It is important, however, to

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ensure that the supporting infrastructure such as buildings and houses are located away from the

flood-prone area or are flood proofed. It is also important that livestock, machinery or stored crops

can be evacuated quickly from the area in the event of a flood. This underscores the importance of a

flood forecast, warning and response system. Zoning of flood-prone lands as ecological reserves or

protected wetlands can often help to meet broader environmental or biodiversity goals. In addition,

such lands often play an important role in sustaining the fishery, and they can also act as temporary

storage and infiltration areas.

Redevelopment of flood-prone areas

A major flood disaster is sometimes an opportunity to correct the planning errors of the past.

Removal of flood-prone development and conversion of the land to a conforming use is an option to

consider. It may be less expensive in the long run to physically relocate flood-prone development,

buy it out as part of a disaster assistance programme, or include its purchase in long term planning.

The success of the latter approach can be enhanced by measures such as prohibiting improvements

not required for health and safety, placing caveats on the land title, and by obtaining rights of first

refusal on resale.

FLOOD RISK MAPPING :-

Mapping defines the area at risk and should be the basis for all flood damage reduction programmes

and subsequent actions. The maps often have a legal connotation in terms of zoning and other

structural and nonstructural measures undertaken, so they need to be accurate and credible.

The mapping is normally based on a frequency of flood event determined by public consultation and

consultation with PRIs which gets reflected in policy. The vulnerability analysis is site specific. If the

District, regional or Block flood reduction programmes are in place, there are advantages to a

common mapping standard. If the historical flood is used, then some attempt should be made to

assign a return period to the event for communication and design purposes. Maps become the

common element in terms of identification of flood-prone areas, identifying the risk to individuals

and lending institutions, preparation of emergency response plans, and design of flood protection and

flood proofing measures. It has value as an educational and communications tool, and they should be

readily available to the public as well as to emergency response agencies at all levels of government.

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Through modern computational systems, inundation maps can be generated in realtime and be part of

the hydrological forecast system. These can greatly assist in communication to residents in areas of

potential risk, and in planning response actions and assistance.

Flood prone areas and identified shelter / relief camps under Gomati District District:-

Relief Camps

The setting up of relief camps for the people whose houses have been damaged by floods and the

provision of basic amenities in such camps involves complex logistics of mobilising relief supplies,

tents, water supply and sanitation systems, transport and communication systems, and medical

supplies. The panchayat buildings in the villages in flood prone areas will be made flood proof as by

raising their plinth level at least 0.6 m above the drainage/flood submergence line and making them at

least double storeyed or constructing ring bunds around them. Wherever the panchayat building is

single storey, a stairway will invariably be provided to the roof so that people can take shelter there

temporarily.

Identified Relief Camps in Gomati District ;-

Udaipur Sub Division:-

Name of Sector

with Sector

Officer

Name of

Panchayat

Name of

Flood

prone area

Name of

identified

safe/Relief

camp.

Name of the camp –in-

charge

Kakraban Sector Head Quarter, Kakrabon Block. B.D.O., Kakraban (9436454875)

1Kushamara 2.Ichacherra 3.Rani 4.Palatana 5.Mirza 6.Tulamura 7. Kakraban. 8. Purba Palatana. 9. Hurijala.

Kushamara (Part) Kakraban(Part) Rani(Part) Palatana(Part)

1. Kushamara

S.B.School.

1.Sri Haripada Das,

A/T.Dhuchikhola SB

2.Kakraban Girl‟s

High School

2.

3.Duchikhola

S.B.School

3.Sri Sanjit Kar,A/T.

4.Chaindamura

J.B.School

4..Sri Krishna Dhan

Das,A/T

5. Kakraban

H.S.SchooL.

5.Sri Sri Ratan Das A/T

6. Hurijala

J.B.School.

6.

7.Surasundari

S.E.Centre including

Shelter house.

7. Md. Abdul

Khalek,A/T,Dakmacharra

JB School.

8. Purba Palatana

Panchayat Office.

8. Sri Srinibash

Deb,A/T,Dhuchi Khola JB.

9. Ananda Social 9. Sri Dilip

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Edn. Centre. Deb,A/T,Palatana High.

10. Luluga

S.B.School.

10.Sri Pradip Deb,A/T

11. Palatana High

School.

11.Sri Jiban Deb Roy, P/I

12. Lulunga

S.E.School.

12.Sri Dijesh Sarkar,

A/T,Kushamara S.B.

13. Tulamura H.S

School.

13.Sri Bikram Ch.Paul,

A/T, P.U

14. Karaiyamura

S.B.School.

14.Sri Prabir Chakraborty

A/T

Amtali Sector. H.Q.-Shalgarah T.K. A.O, Bagma. Sri Bishupada Murasingh,A.O (9615752714)

1.Amtali 2. Hadra. 3.Shilghati 4. Garjanmura. 5. Uttar Shilghati.

Hadra(Part) Amtali Garjanmura (Part) Shilghati(Part)

1. Hadra

S.B.School.

1. Sri Kamalesh

Jamatia,A/T,GarjanMura

High.

2. Hadra Weaving

Centre.

2.Sri Joybir

Jamatia,H/M,P.U

Deotamura

3. Amtali Shelter

house.

3. Sri Rabindra

Bhowmik,A/T. Amtali

Bandowar J.B. School.

4. Amtali ICDS

Centre.

4.

5. Garjanmura H.S.

School.

5.Sri Yubaraj Dey, A/T,

Dey,A/T.Garjanmura

A/T,Garjanmura H/S

6. Shilghati High

School.

6.Sri Bande Ali,A/T,

Shilghati

7.Kishoregang

S.B.School

7.Sri Sudarshan Das, A/T

Pitra Sector

H.Q. Pitra T.K

Sri Manojit

Majumder.

Supdt. of

Agriculture.

(9612108961)

1.Rajnagar

2.Pitra.

3.Photamati

Rajnagar(Part

)

Pitra(Part)

Photamati(Par

t)

1. Rajnagar High

School.

1.

2. Rajnagar

Panchayat Office.

2. Sri Kamal Das,

A/T,Rajnagar High.

3. Pitra H.S.

School.

3.Sri Mantu Kr. Das,

A/T

4. Dewanbari

S.B.School.

4.Sri Braja Sadhan

Jamatia,A/T

5.South

Brajendranagar J.B

5.ADC, IS

Maharani Sector.

H.Q. Maharani

T.K.

Sri Pancha Pada

Tripura,I/S,

Udaipura.

1.Maharani

2.Uttar

Maharani

3.Gamaria

4.Laxmipati

Laxmipati(

Part)

North

Maharani(P

art)

Hirapur(Par

t)

1.Lamipati

S.B.School

1. Sri Maran Ch. Das, A/T,

2. Laxmipati Gaon

Panchayat Office.

2. Sri Bisheswar

Chakraborty, A/T

Laxmipati SB

3. No.1 Chaigharia

S.B.School.

3.Sri Bimal Sharma, A/T.

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(9862188956) 4.Gamaria

H.S.School

4.Sri Pradip Goswami,G/T.

5. Maharani Market

Shed.

5. Sri Sanjoy

Mallik,A/T,Hirapur High.

6. Maharani

A.W.C.

6. Md. Rahamat Ali A/T

Gamaria H.S. School.

7. East Photamati

High School.

7.Sri Bidhan

Saha,A/T.Photamati High

Matabari Sector.

H.Q. Agri. Sector

Office

Sri Debasish

Saha,A.O

(9436471169)

1. Kunjaban.

2. Fulkumari.

3. Chandrapur

village.

4. Uttar

Chandrapur.

5. Gangacherra.

6. Dakshin

Murapara.

7)Murapara..

Uttar

Chandrapur.

(Part)

Murapara(Pa

rt)

Matabari(Part

)

Gangachara(P

art)

1. Matabari

S.E.Centre..

1. Sri Pralay Dey, H/M

Gathelong JB School.

2. Chandrapur

H.S.School.

2.Md. Mahammad

Ullah,P/I

3. Chandrapur

Colony H. S

School.

3.Sri Raiharan Patari, P/I

4. Matabari High

School.

4.Sri Ranjit Debnath,A/T

5. Murapara High

School.

5.Sri Arun Dey, A/T.

6. Murapara

S.E.Centre.

6. Sri Nil Ratan Dey

A/T,Palatana High School.

7. Tripura Sundari

H.S.School.

7.Sri Haradhan Saha, A/T.

8. Gangacherra

H.S.School.

8.Sri Nakul Bhowmik,A/T.

9. Shastri Colony

S.B.School.

9.Sri Himangshu Das,A/T,

P.U.Murapara. Town Sector.

H.Q. Udaipur Nagar

Panchayat Office.

Sri Sabyasachi

Singh, D.C. & M,

Udaipur.

(9862729961)

Udaipur Nagar

Panchayat Area.

Udaipur Nagar

Panchayat Area.

1.Rajarbag S.B.School 1.Sri Pradip Saha,A/T Rajarbag

SB School.

2. Taranpara

Anganwadi Centre.

2. Sri Dilip Debnath, A/T, K.B.I.

3. Old Sonamura

Panchayat Office.

3.Sri Narayan Ch. Dey,A/T

4. Udaipur

Girls‟H.S.School.

4.Sri Sankar Majumder A/T.

5. Sonamura

J.B.School.

5.Sri Dipak Nag, A/T,K.B.I,

6. Harinanda Girls‟

H.S. School.

6.Sri Haridas Roy Barman, A/T

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Dhajanagar Sector.

H.Q. Dhajanagar

T.K.

Supdt. of Agri.

Matabari, Sri AliKur

Laskar, A.O,

(9436582785)

1.Bagabasa

2.Shalgaraha

3.Chataria

Bagabas(Part)

Shalgarah (Part)

Chataria(Part)

1. Paschimpara

Anganwadi Centre.

1.Sri Haripada Debnath A/T.

Tepania High School.

2. Tepania S.E.Centre. 2.Sri Ratan Das, H/M, U.P

Tepania High School.

3.Shalgarah H.S.School 3.Sri Pradip Shil ,A/T PU

Shalgara H.S.School.

Bagma Sector.

H.Q. Agri. Sector

Office,

Bagma. Sri Rajesh

Roy,A.O

(9862165058)

1. Bagabasa

2. Barabhaiya

Bagabasa

(Part),Barabhai

ya (Part).

1. Kamalasagar

S.E.Centre.

1.Sri Ranjit Kr.Chakraborty, A/T

PU Bagabasa

2. Bagabasa SHG

Facilation Centre.

2.

3. Bharbaiya ICDS

Centre

3.Sri Parimal Majumder,A/T PU

Barabhaiya High School.

4. Vidhya Sagar Vidhya

Mandir.

4.

Jamjuri Sector.

H.Q. Khilpara

Panchayat Office.

Sri Sankar Prasad

Debnath,A.O

(9856645946)

1. Khilpara.

2.Jamjuri

3.Murapara(Part)

Khilpara(Part)

Jamjuri(Part)

1. Khilpara H.S.School. 1.Md. Budal Hossain,G/T

Khilpara

2. Rajdharnagar

S.E.Centre.

2. Sri Anil Sutradhar

,A/T,Mursumbari JB School.

3. Rajdharnagar

S.B.School.

3.Sri Hemanta Mukharjee, A/T

4. Jamjuri H.S.School. 4.Sri Sefal Ch. Saha,A/T,

Shalgara Bari SB School.

5.Nanoa Dighir Par J.B

School

5.Sri Biswajit Neogi,A/T,S.

Bagma S.Para H/S

6.Sitalabari AWC. 6.Sri Subhas

Das,A/T,Dhuchaikhola

Amarpur Sub Division :-

Name of

the Block Name of the GP

Required

intervention Agency responsible

Amarpur Birbal Das Para Amarpur HS School Sri Paritosh Saha, A/T, DAT High

Habi Choudhury

Char

Amarpur Girls‟ HS

School

Sri Bijoy Krishna Saha, A/T

Town Rangkang Sankarpalli SB

School

Sri Banamali Sarkar, A/T

Birganj Bankarai Para SB

School

Sri Bhabatosh Saha, A/T

Birendra Market

Shed

Sri Paresh Roy, A/T, Amarpur HS School

Bampur Samatal Para Bampur Lamps Teacher –in-Charge, Chailakhala JB

School

Rangamati Bampur T.K. Tdr. Bampur T.K.

Kamlai Tingharia JB School Sri Laxmi Kanta Jamatia, KBT

Amarpur Kamaria Khala Kamaria Khala SB

School

Headmaster, Kamaria Khala SB School

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Paschim Sarbong Hakuchak JB School Teacher-in-Charge, Hakuchak JB School.

Dalak Dalak JB School Tdr. Malbasa T.K.

West Malbasa Malbasa High School Teacher-in-Charge, Malbasa High School

Mailak Mailak SB School Sri Subhas Debnath, A/T

Mailak Panchayat

Office

Sri Kamal Debnath, A/T, Mailak SB

School

Karbook Ekchari Simbhua Bazar Shed Tdr. Nutanbazar

Karaichara SDO, Electrical,

Gumti, Jatanbari

Headmaster, Ramananda Das Baishnab

Para SB

Uttar Chellagang Uttar Chellagang JB

School

Sri Sadananda Das, A/T

Flood shelter :-

1.Karbook Panjiham

HS School with 26

rooms.

Headmaster,Karbook Panjiham HS

School

Sarbasiksha School at

Karbook.

Karbook RD Block

office with 10 rooms.

BDO, Karbook RD Block.

Ompi Ompinagar Ompinagar HS

School

Headmaster, Ompinagar HS School

Dhanalekha Krishna Ch. SB

School

Sri Suresh Kalai, A/T

South Taidu Taidu HS School Md. Mafijul Islam, A/T

Ompinagar Food

Godown

Sri Bhanjan Rudra Paul, A/T, Ompinagar

HS

Baiswamani Baiswamanipara SB

School

Teacher-in Charge, Baiswamanipara SB

Amarpur

Nagar

Panchayat

Amarpur Nagar

Panchayat

Amarpur HS School Sri Narayan Paul, A/A, SA office,

Amarpur.

KARBOOK SUB-DIVISION

Name of School Area to be covered

Name of sector Officer for Shelter

house.

Drinking water facility

at shelter house

Sanitation facility

1 2 3 4 5

Ek-jatan kumar H/S School Jatan Bari area SDO (PWD) Jatan Bari

Available Available

Karbook, Panjiham H/S School Karbook area BDO, Karbook

-do- -do-

Sharatbikash School, at Karbook South Karbook area -do-

Chlakaham High School Chellagang area -do- -do- -do-

Dakmura S.B School, Tirthamukh Tirthamukh area -do- -do- -do-

Silachari H/S School Silachari area BDO, Silachari -do- -do-

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B. Long term plan.

Protecting flood-prone lands

Policies and programmes to keep future flood damages from rising are based on the delineation and

mapping of flood-prone areas. Generally the resulting programmes will mean some form of control

over new development in the flood-prone area combined with measures to reduce damages to

existing development. Such programmes are needed to curb the rising social and economic losses that

results from floods.

Alternate use of flood-prone land should be considered where possible. It is better to have the land

zoned and used for purposes such as parks, nature areas or ecological reserves than to try and ensure

that future development is flood proofed. Zoning and flood proofing measures can be used to control

development and reduce future flood damages, but the effectiveness of such measures is highly

reliant on enforcement and maintenance. Local authorities are subject to developmental pressures and

standards have a tendency to "slip" as the memory of a flood event fades. Hence there should be

general guidelines issued from the District to the Blocks.

Management of activities within the flood prone area can significantly reduce flood damages to

existing development and prevent the amount of damages from rising in the future. The most

desirable approach is to prohibit new development in the flood plain and to flood proof existing

structures, or to replace the existing development by alternative usage of the land. However, where

the amount of present development is substantial or the flood plain is essential for the production of

food or other key economic activities, alternate strategies such as flood proofing and protection can

be considered.

A. Structural Measures

Construction of dams/diversions/storm channels/levees

Construction of protective works such as flood storage reservoirs, diversion of water to side channel

storage or other watersheds, construction of storm channels to carry water around the area to be

protected, and levees along the floodway provide tools to reduce flood damages. Such works can be

constructed to various levels of protection, usually based on: 1) minimum standards for flood

protection; 2) the optimum level of costs and benefits based on an economic analysis; or 3) to meet

established levels of acceptable risk.

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The works can be considered by the line Deptts like the PWD and water resource Deptt to develop

such structures. The works can also be considered under MNREGA schemes. Protective works

should be considered when major infrastructure has already been developed and costs to protect

existing investments are far less than those related to reconstruction, lost economic activity, disaster

assistance, or relocation of existing structures and activities.

Poor drainage in the protected area also leads to drainage congestion. The embankments may lead to

deposition of silt and rise in bed levels, thus decreasing the carrying capacity of the river and

aggravating drainage congestion. They interfere with natural drainage and deprive protected areas of

fertile soil and groundwater recharge. They are also generally unable to withstand erosion unless

adequately protected. These concerns can, however, be taken care of while designing the

embankments i.e. by locating them away from active river edge, keeping sufficient space between the

embankments on two banks of the river, keeping height, width, side slopes and slope protection to

withstand the design flood, providing required number of sluices of adequate size for drainage and

spilling sections/ breaching sections for allowing water to spill/flood the protected area after water

level in the river reaches a certain stage etc.

The circumstances, in which embankments/ flood walls/flood levees will be constructed for

prevention of flooding, can only be decided after carrying out detailed hydrological and

morphological studies regarding their favorable and adverse effects. Districts will consolidate the

requirement of each Block to State government/SDMA will evolve date lines and priorities for

carrying out studies in Tripura. It is only then that embankments with properly designed and located

drainage sluices, spilling sections and anti-erosion measures in combination with other works such

as reservoirs, channel improvement works, drainage improvement structures, etc, will be planned

and implemented as a short-term and/ or long-term solution to the flood problem. Ongoing

embankment projects will also be reviewed with respect to their location and designs.

Protective works have a tendency to increase the level of development in flood prone areas, as the

assumption is made that it is now safe to build and invest in areas that are protected. However, it must

be recognized that at some point in the future the design event will likely be exceeded and

catastrophic damages will result. Levees and storage dams are particularly dangerous when design

thresholds are exceeded in that unexpected failure can result in a rapid rise in water level and make

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evacuation and emergency protection extremely difficult. Diversions or storm channels are less prone

to catastrophic failure and the level of protection can temporarily be increased by emergency

measures if the lead-time of the flood warning is sufficient information must be credible and easily

understood.

Flood control storage may be one component of a multi-purpose reservoir development. Over time

the operation of the reservoir could be altered to enhance other beneficial uses of storage to the

detriment of flood control. A commitment to "designated flood storage" and to reservoir operation

procedures to achieve that storage is needed.

Hard Engineering options: Structural Works:

i). Construction of more embankments for protection of important towns and habitations from

high flooding. In addition all the existing embankments require raising and strengthening.

ii). Revetment of the full length of the banks/embankment along the international border as

Bangladesh is every now and then taking up such works in their side. This is very much necessary not

only to protect our land wherever vulnerable, but also to stabilize the river courses in these areas.

Due to protection on Bangladesh side the bordering rivers are eroding Indian banks, thus

causing loss of landed property of the Indian Territory.

iii). As there have been severe erosion of erodable banks and the agricultural land being limited,

the revetment of all concave bends of rivers is necessary as almost all habitations have grown up on

the banks of the rivers and the roads are also mostly constructed on the banks of the rivers.

iv). The low-lying areas in flood-affected zones remain water logged for a considerable period

during rainy season. To protect from flooding, raised platform may be constructed in those areas.

v) The river channel may be widened or deepened allowing it to carry more water. A river channel

may be straightened so that water can travel faster along the course. The channel course of the river

can also be altered, diverting floodwaters away from settlements. However, altering the river channel

may lead to a greater risk of flooding downstream, as the water is carried there faster.

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People in the Government often favour hard Engineering options. However, environmental

groups and local residents often prefer softer options, such as planting trees. This causes little damage

to the environment and does not involve the resettlement of communities.

Channel Improvement

A channel can be made to carry flood discharge at levels lower than its prevailing high flood level by

improving its discharge carrying capacity. Channel improvement aims at increasing the area of flow

or the velocity of flow (or both) to increase its carrying capacity. Channel improvement has not been

resorted to widely in India mainly because of the high costs involved and topographical constraints.

However, it is of advantage to take up such work for local reaches. Therefore wherever required and

subject to techno-economic considerations, the state government will identify the locations and take

up appropriate channel improvement works to increase the velocity and/or the area of flow and

reduce the flood level in the river depending upon site-specific conditions.

Desilting /Dredging of Rivers

The studies carried out so far indicate aggradation/degradation of riverbeds in certain reaches, but

they do not confirm the common belief of a general rise in river beds. Silting at places here the river

emerge from the hills into the plains, at convex bends and near their outfall into another river or lake

or sea, is a natural phenomenon. Accordingly, rivers exhibit a tendency to braid/meander/form deltas.

Various committees/ experts appointed to look into this problem have not recommended

desilting/dredging of the rivers as a remedial measure. Selective desilting/dredging at

outfalls/confluences or local reaches can, however, be adopted as a measure to tackle the problem

locally.

The MOWR, CWC and the state government/ SDMA will study the problem of rise in riverbeds in a

scientific manner with the help of science and technology, academic institutions and reputed

corporate sector firms and explore the technoeconomic viability of desilting/dredging as a remedial

measure to mitigate the effects of rise in the riverbeds.

Drainage Improvement Surface water drainage congestion due to inadequacy of natural or manmade drainage channels

results in flooding in many areas. In such cases constructing new channels and/or improving the

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capacity of existing channels constitute an effective means of flood control. However, the possibility

of drainage congestion and flooding in the downstream area is to be kept in mind while formulating

such scemes. The system of „dhars‟ or „old channels‟, efficiently serve the function of draining away

the spillage and surface flows generated by local rains. The blocking of these natural drainage

channels, which is normally done in the name of „reclamation for development‟, may result in

drainage congestion/ water- logging.

The Distt/state government/SDMA will review the adequacy of existing sluices and drainage channels

in areas suffering from drainage congestion. If the capacities of existing sluices in embankments and

drainage channels are inadequate, they will be improved by increasing the vents and improving

outfall conditions. State government/SDMA will prohibit the blocking of the natural drainage

channels and sluices by an appropriate law and improve their capacity and construct new channels

and sluices to ensure flow of excess rainwater in the area.

Diversion of Flood Water

Diverting all or a part of the discharge into a natural or artificially constructed channel, lying within

or in some cases outside the flood plains is a useful means of lowering water levels in the river. The

diverted water may be taken away from the river without returning it further downstream or it may be

returned to the river some distance downstream or to a lake. This measure can be used successfully to

prevent flooding around town area.

Therefore, wherever the capacity of river channels passing through the towns and cities is inadequate

and cannot be improved to the required extent, District/ state government/SDMA will study the

feasibility of implementing the schemes for diverting excess water to existing or new channels by bye-

passing them to prevent flooding.

Catchment Area Treatment/A-forestation

Watershed management measures such as developing the vegetative cover i.e. afforestation and

conservation of soil cover in conjunction with structural works like check dams, detention basins etc.

serve as an effective measure in reducing flood peaks and controlling the suddenness of the runoff.

This, however is not very effective during a large flood although, it does help in reducing the siltation

of reservoirs and to some extent, silt load in the rivers as well.

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The Forest Dett/District Admn/ state government/SDMA will, therefore, take up appropriate

watershed management measures including af forestation, check dams, detention basins etc. in the

catchment of rivers to prevent soil erosion, enhance water conservation and minimise water and

sediment runoff.

Anti-erosion Work :

Anti-erosion works are normally taken up only for protection of towns, industrial areas, groups of

thickly populated villages, railway lines and roads where re-location is not possible on socio-techno-

economic grounds, long lengths of vital embankments benefitting large areas in case retirement is not

technically or otherwise feasible and agricultural lands where the cost-benefit ratio justifies such

works.Bank erosion can be minimised by adopting measures that aim at deflecting the current away

from the river bank or which aim at reducing the current along the bank of the river and induce silt.

The anti- erosion measures in the form of revetment or pitching along with launching apron and spurs

of earth protected by armour of stones or spurs of loose stones or stones in wire-mesh crates aim at

increasing resistance of the bank to erosion and deflecting the current away from the bank. These

generally shift the problem in the upstream or the downstream and necessitate further works to

safeguard the land against erosion. Measures such as permeable spurs, porcupine spurs made of

bamboos or of reinforced cement concrete elements reduce the velocity of flow and thus prevent

erosionand induce siltation in the vicinity of the bank Pilot schemes using these and other new

technologies will be taken up to evaluate their performance and techno-economic viability. Since it is

not techno-economically feasible to prevent river erosion completely, national and state rehabilitation

and resettlement (RR) policies will be revisited to include provision for resettlement and

rehabilitation of victims of river erosion.

Therefore, the District Admn/ state government/SDMA/ DDMAs, wherever required and if relocation

is not possible on social, technical and economical considerations, will plan and implement

appropriate anti-erosion measures such as revetments, slope pitching, permeable and impermeable

spurs using conventional materials and/or geo-synthetics for protection of towns, cities, industrial

areas, groups of thickly populated villages, railway lines, roads and embankments from erosion by

rivers in a time-bound manner. They will also review Rehabilitation and Resettlement (RR) policies

for including provision for RR of people who cannot be protected against river erosion on techno-

economic considerations. Upo receipt of specific requests from the state governments, the CWC, the

GFCC and the Brahmaputra Board will assist them in survey, planning, design and implementation of

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these measures. Hence we need to plan at Block level to ask the GoI assist us in developing these

structures.

Flood Proofing Infrastructure:-

Strengthening embankments: Water Resource Department may take up Raising &

Strengthening of weak and vulnerable embankment prioritizing the works subject to availability of

fund.

Length of Existing Embankment

Sl.No. Location River/Chera Existing

Length

Area

protected

(Hectare)

1 2 3 4 5

1 Hadra- Shilghati Gumti 7.10 Km 1100

2 Dakmajala Gumti 4.00 Km. 900

3 Harijala Gumti 7.91 Km 500

Total

Strengthening of embankments

SL No

Name of the Block

Name of GP Required intervention

Agency responsible

Fund required

Time frame

1. Kakraban Salgarah

Raising and improvement of Salgarah –Gakulpur road via Sataria.

PWD, Divn. I. As will be assessed by PW Deptt.

Concerned Agency will fixed time frame.

2. Kakraban Baishnabir Char.

Heightening road from Baishnabirchar to Sluice gate.

-do- -do- -do-

3. Killa. Bara Bhaiya Repairing of bridge between Bara Bhaiya and Bagabasa.

-do- -do- -do-

4. Kakraban Kakraban

Augmenting of road from Kakraban bridge to Rani Uttar Para JB School.

-do- -do- -do-

5. Kakraban Hadra Repairing of Hadra-Silghati embankment.

I & FM Deptt.

As will be assessed by concerned

Deptt.

-do-

6. Killa Lulunga Repairing of Lulunga- Palatana embankment.

-do- -do- -do-

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7. Kakraban Salgarah,- Amtali

Reparing of Salgarah-Amtali embankment.

-do- -do- -do-

8. Kakraban Kushamara

Repairing of Kushamara-Dakmajala embankment and East Hurijala embankment.

-do- -do- -do-

9. Ompi & Amarpur.

- Repairing of Amarpur-Teliamura road.

PW Deptt. -do- -do-

10. Amarpur & Karbook.

- Repairing of Amarpur –Chellagang road.

-do- -do- -do-

11. Amarpur - Repairing of Amarpur –Sarbong via Birganj road.

-do- -do- -do-

12. Amarpur - Repairing of Amarpur-Mailak road.

-do- -do- -do-

13. Ompi & Amarpur

- Repairing of Amarpur-Nagrai road.

-do- -do- -do-

14. Amarpur - Repairing of Dalak-Paharpur road.

-do- -do- -do-

15.

Amarpur.

-

Repairing of Rangamati-Deb Bari-Amarpur road.

-do-

-do-

-do-

Water shed management: May be taken up by Agriculture Department.

Better Drainage: Drainage condition of flood prone areas maybe improved by respective Nagar

Panchayat and Gram Panchayat Authorities.

Improvement of existing Warning Systems:

At present, the existing Gauge-Discharge sites lack necessary infrastructure to carry out the required

duties smoothly and promptly. For this the minimum requirements are as below:

i) One small Shed for the Gauge reader at each G-D Site.

j) One vehicle at each G-D Site.

k) One no. Mobile/Telephone(Land-line) for Gauge reader at each G-D Site

l) One Mobile Phone each for members of Quick response team toward effective

communication during floods.

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Inspection, rehabilitation and maintenance :

Structural works require a periodic and systematic inspection, rehabilitation and maintenance

programme to ensure that the design capabilities are maintained. For example, levees may be subject

to weakening due to erosion during a past flood event, by the actions of burrowing animals, or the

construction of utility lines through the levee. Of particular importance is an inspection programme

and responsibility assigned for rehabilitation and maintenance. Structures such as dams should be

subject to a dam safety programme, usually at the national level, to ensure that the specialized

expertise required is available for the inspection of all structures. Dam safety programmes as

guidelines are readily available with PWD deptt.

Flood proofing of new and existing structures :

Any new construction permitted in the flood plain should be flood proofed to reduce future damages.

Building codes can be developed that minimize flood damages by ensuring that beneficial uses of

buildings are located above the design flood elevation. For example, buildings can be raised above

the design flood level by placement of fill; stilts or piles used to elevate the structure; and building

utilities can be located above the flood level. Ground floors can be designed in a way that little flood

damage occurs through use of masonry materials and specifying that contents must be removable.

If any new development is allowed within the flood-prone area, then the impact of that development

must be taken into account to ensure that flood levels do not rise significantly due to the additional

constriction to flow. Hydraulic analyses can be undertaken to ascertain the impacts of potential

activities and to keep the rise to within acceptable limits. Flood proofing of existing structures is

difficult and expensive. One successful strategy is to link flood disaster assistance available after a

flood event to methods of reconstruction that minimize future flood damages. This approach often

requires additional funding over and above a payment for damages, but can be cost shared between

various levels of government and the owner. This strategy is particularly useful when flooding is

frequent and future disaster assistance can be expected as part of disaster policies. Flood proofing of

existing structures can include raising of structures to prevent damage, relocation of utilities, changed

building use, installation of protective walls and waterproof closures, and use of materials that are not

damaged by water and can be easily cleaned after the flood event. Relocation of existing buildings

and structures to an area that is not floodprone is also an option. Buyout and relocation programmes

for a particularly vulnerable development should form a component of flood proofing initiatives. In

many cases it may be more economical to buy out and relocate the existing use than to protect it.

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Mock Drills Plans. Mock drill are being conducted by the District / Sub Division / Block Level Disaster Management Committee

in different Panchayats / Schools for general awareness of the people / school students.

Photograph on Mock Drill

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Photograph on Mock Drill

Mock Drill programmes :-

Time Process (Utilization, Maintenance

and record keeping) Responsible Person

May & November of every year. 1. Mock drill on preparedness for taking search & rescue measures.

Fire Service, Police, Power & other security forces.

2. Mock drill on preparedness for extending health facilities to victims.

1. CMO, South Tripura. 2. DD, TRP & PGP, South Tripura. 3. Security forces medical wing.

3. Mock drill on preparedness for response of common public after disaster Mock drill on cyclone , flood and earthquake.

DM, SDMs & BDOs.

4. Mock drill for setting up temporary infrastructure facilities for reaching up to victims & for their safe settlement.

1. PWD officials. 2. EE, RD, South. 3. PHE officials. 4. Security forces.

5. Mock drill for protection of embankment of rivers/cherres.

WR deptt. officials.

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PROCUREMENT OF FLOOD FIGHTING MATERIALS

Present Flood Fighting materials List :-

Udaipur Sub Division :-

Sl.No. Name of Offices Empty Bag Sand Wire Crates. Brick Bats.

1. O/o the AE, W.R. Sub-

Division No-I,

Udaipur.

10,000 Nos. 2000 Cft. 100 Nos. 40 Cum

2. O/o the AE, W.R. Sub-

Division No-II,

Udaipur.

10,000 Nos. 1000 Cft. 28 Nos.

3. O/o the AE, Gumti

Barrage Sub-Division,

Udaipur.

2,000 Nos.

4. O/o the AE, W.R. Sub-

Division Amarpur.

10,000 Nos. 1500 Cft.

5. O/o the AE,W.R. Sub-

Division No-II,

Belonia

10,000 Nos. 2000 Cft. 100 Nos. 40 Cum

6. O/o the AE, W.R. Sub-

Division, Sabroom

8000 Nos. 1500 Cft. 70 Nos. 28 Cum

7. O/o the AE, W.R. Sub-

Division, Santirbazar

5000 Nos. 1000 Cft. 50 Nos. 20 Cum

Earth moving and road cleaning equipments:

Name of

Block

Type of traders Contact person and address Telephone

Office/Res.

Remarks.

Kakraban - - 265436 Available

Killa - - 221053 -

Amarpur Dozer / Roller Ex.Eng.Amarpur(PWD) 263231 Available

Karbook - - 269202 -

Ampi - - 264315 -

Matabari Dozer/Roller and

other things

S.E.(PWD) Udaipur 222378 Available

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Transportation ( Road and Water)

Type of

vehicles

Contact person and address Government /

Private

Telephone

Office/

Residence

Remarks

Tractor Supdt. Of Agriculture

Udaipur, Gomati Tripura

Govt. 222330 /

223629

262325

Recently one Ambulance

has been received from

Transport Department

Agartala and one crane is

also awaiting. Matter take

up with the Commissioner

Transport Deptt. Proposal

for handing over of these

vehicles to TRTC Udaipur

unit is under perusal.

Bus Secretary / President, TMSU

/ TBOA / STBOS

Private 224562 /

22360

/226638

Truk / Mini

Truk

TMSU( Truck/ Mini Truck

Unit

Private 222724 /

262246

Others Ambulance DTO(S)

Udaipur

223724

Country Boats 5 Nos. Under disposal of

sub-Divisional Magistrate ,

Amarpur

Govt. 263226 5(five) Nos. Minor

repairing is required.

2 Nos. Under disposal of

BDO, Amarpur Block

Govt. 263264 2 (two) Nos.

Kshudra Matsajibi

Samabaya Samity Ltd.

Amarpur, South Tripura

Private - 3 Nos.

Sri Nirmal Das, Santipalli Private - 4 Nos.

Sri Nripendra Paul Private - 1 No.

Sri Dulal Biswas Private - 1 Nos.

Sri Swapan Sarkar Private - 1 No.

Sri Manik Lal Ghosh Private - 1 No.

Sri Swapan Sarkar Private - 1 No.

6 Nos. Under disposal of

Kakraban Block

Private 265436 6 Nos.

BSF at Amlighat BOP Govt. - 1 No.

Belonia TK Govt. - 1 No.

DCC Rev. STB Govt. - 1 No.

Motor boats Forest /Range office. at

Amarpur /Udaipur forest

beat office

Govt. - 1 No.

Supdt. of fishery, Udaipur 2 Nos. /

Govt.

- At present 3 Nos. fishing

boat & 1 No. 15HP out

boat engine are available

under the disposal of

Supdt. of fisheries ,

Udaipur.

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EVACUATION, SEARCH AND RESCUE:-

Evacuation Plan

Evacuation of human population and livestock is the only prescribed means to save them from the

fury of floods. Evacuation of flood affected communities can be one of the most difficult response

operations, especially, when it involves large population. Evacuation needs to be carried out as a

precautionary measure based on warning indicators, prior to impact, in order to protect flood-

threatened persons from the full effects of the disasters. Evacuation may also be necessary after the

area has been flooded in order to move persons from a flood-affected area to safer and better

surroundings. For carrying out successful evacuation, the threat perception on the part of DM

officials is essential. Continuous dialogue with stakeholders such as, early warning providers,

transportation authorities, health-care authorities/ personnel, food and essential commodity suppliers,

civil societies, NGOs and last but not the least, the communities including the Decision Support

System (DSS) and inputs based on Geographical Information System (GIS) platform are essential for

carrying out successful evacuation. Responsibilities of each 0rganisation need to be fixed beforehand

in the form of SOPs. Other important points that need to be considered for the development of

evacuation plan including the action points, are listed below:

i) Designing department-specific customized action plans to save lives immediately following or

before an emergency as per the local scale flood risk profile of the region and to respond to any

eventuality/emergency.

ii) Preparing plans of all the organizations involved in the emergency evacuation for all types of

emergencies; validating plans; evaluating staff competency; testing the established emergency

operational procedures.

iii) Making on-line inventory of emergency relief resources available with the local government,

public and corporate institutions for possible accessing during the emergency.

iv) Evolving coordinated institutional mechanism and triggering actions with joint partnership at the

state/district level involving all concerned departments and agencies, armed forces, paramilitary

forces, NDRF, SDRF, civil society, CBOs, PRIs, ULBs, Civil Defence (CD), etc.

v) Building confidence among the populace that their belongings will be protected when they are

away from their own houses.

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Preparing to Evacuate

Expect the need to evacuate and prepare for it. When a flood watch is issued, you should:

Fill your vehicle's gas tank and make sure the emergency kit for your car is ready.

If no vehicle is available, make arrangements with friends or family for transportation.

Fill your clean water containers.

Review your emergency plans and supplies, checking to see if any items are missing.

Tune in the radio or television for weather updates.

Listen for disaster sirens and warning signals.

Put livestock and family pets in a safe area. Due to food and sanitation requirements,

emergency shelters cannot accept animals.

Adjust the thermostat on refrigerators and freezers to the coolest possible temperature.

Safety and Security

Any natural calamities espouse itself with serious devastation to transportation, communication

channel, supply of electricity etc. Hence, in the immediate aftermath of any calamity, the surrounding

environment becomes dangerous and unsafe due to it's exposure to toxic and harmful objects. This

becomes more important for children as they are usually overlooked by the parents during the

calamity or in the immediate aftermath of it.

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Devastation caused by Flood

the local communication infrastructure often fails, the severity of a flood cannot be estimated

immediately after its occurrence. The preliminary assessment of the severity of a flood should be

based on water level and the estimate of the area flooded as assessed from satellite imageries. Field

observation data will be used to modify this assessment once available.

Depart

ment

Evacuation , search and rescue response structure and system

Preparedness Pre(after warning) During Disaster Post Disaster

District Considering the gravity of

situation the Collector shall

convene the district level

Natural Calamity Meeting

when ever required.

Meeting with district

level officials/officials

at Head quarter and

chock out emergency

plan with vulnerable

areas and resource list.

2.Co-ordination

meeting of NGOs/PRIs.

3.Arrange food and

other basic requirement

for emergency

response.

Coordination meeting

with officials at

Headquarters by 12

hours intervals and

24 hours intervals

with the field

officials.

2.Regular collection

of situation report of

the risk and

vulnerable areas from

the officers assign for

the purpose.

3.Provision for

administering

emergent relief and

the other basic needs.

Immediate

arrangement of free

kitchen in the cut-off

and inaccessible areas.

2.Helping the evacuees

for returning to their

houses.

3.Monitoring of relief

distribution.

4.Provision of medical

facilities.

5.repair / Restoration

of Roads.

6.Transportation of

Relief and Human

Resources.

Panchay

at

Samiti

Always communicated

through District Level Officer.

- - -

Police Sensitizing all field

level functionaries

Identification

of vulnerable

places of the

Sub Division in

terms of Disaster

Mobilizing the

forces in the

areas

of Disaster &

rescue

Maintaining law &

Order in the

areas

Fire

Brigade

Good number of vehicles in

South Tripura District.

Good number of

vehicles in South

Tripura District.

Good number of

vehicles in South

Tripura District.

Good number of

vehicles in South

Tripura District.

Medical Medicine / Saline/ bandage /

good number of Doctors/ good

no. of ambulance are available

in South Tripura District.

Always alert all

medical team

Medicine / Saline/

bandage / good

number of Doctors/

good no. of

ambulance are

available in South

Tripura District.

Medicine / Saline/

bandage / good number

of Doctors/ good no. of

ambulance are

available in South

Tripura District.

Saline

and

Embank

Meeting with district level

officials/ officials at Head

quarter and chock out

Collect information

from different areas and

to act accordingly.

Provision for

administering

emergent relief and

Repari/ Restoration of

roads.

2.Relief distribution

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ment/P

WD/RD

emergency plan with

vulnerable areas and resource

list.

the other basic needs. 3.Helping the evacuees

for returning to their

houses.

NGO/

Volunte

er

Door to Door awareness ,

Street Drama, Listing of

NGOs and volunteers.

Evacuating the place &

houses, shifting of

people

Distribution of

medicines, Medical

camps.

Distribution of

medicines, Health

camps, Awareness.

ICAT Public awareness programme

through street Drama, Seminar

by publishing News, articles a

photographs in newspaper &

magazine.

- Public awareness

through

announcement

Group talk

announcement

CATTLE CAMPS

Departments

VAS BDO NGO/Volunteer

Preparedness There is no such

infrastructure for

disposal of car Cass.

Communication

establishment with district

and Block / Tahasil

control rooms and

departmental offices

within the division.

Listing of club houses,

schools, community centres

Pre(after warning) There is no such

infrastructure for

disposal of car Cass.

Collect information from

different areas and to act

accordingly./ Assignment

of duties.

Preparation of shelters in

clubs, Schools , Halls etc,

collection of tents.

During There is no such

infrastructure for

disposal of car Cass.

Regular collection of

situation report of the risk

and vulnerable areas from

the officers assign for the

purpose.

Replacement of affected

people in the shelters/camps,

collection of tents, polythenes

etc.

Post There is no such

infrastructure for

disposal of car Cass.

Helping the evacuees for

returning to their houses /

immediately arrangement

of free kitchen in the cut-

off and inaccessible areas.

Cleaning of temporary

shelters.

Mitigation strategy:-

Flood Management Plans

Flood Management Plans (FMPs) prepared by all agencies will incorporate detailed guidelines

for prioritised implementation of various activities depending on magnitude and the severity of

floods. Response component of DM plans will involve rapid deployment of supplies and logistics,

along with the duration of potential deployment. These plans will prescribe appropriate coordination

mechanism with other agencies working in the affected areas.

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Preparing for a Flood

Here are some basic steps to take to prepare for the flood:

Contact the local geologist or town planning department or meteorology department to find

out if your home is located in a flash-flood-prone area or landslide-prone area.

Learn about your community's emergency plans, warning signals, evacuation routes, and

locations of emergency shelters.

Plan and practice a flood evacuation route with your family. Ask an out-of-state relative or

friend to be the "family contact" in case your family is separated during a flood. Make sure

everyone in your family knows the name, address, and phone number of this contact person.

Post emergency phone numbers at every phone.

Inform local authorities about any special needs, i.e., elderly or bedridden people, or anyone

with a disability.

Identify potential home hazards and know how to secure or protect them before the flood

strikes. Be prepared to turn off electrical power when there is standing water, fallen power

lines etc. Turn off gas and water supplies before you evacuate. Secure structurally unstable

building materials.

Buy a fire extinguisher and make sure your family knows where it is and how to use it.

Buy and install sump pumps with back-up power.

Have a licensed electrician to raise electric components (switches, sockets, circuit breakers

and wiring) at least 12" above your home's projected flood elevation.

For drains, toilets, and other sewer connections, install backflow valves or plugs to prevent

floodwaters from entering.

Anchor fuel tanks which can contaminate your basement if torn free. An unanchored tank

outside can be swept downstream and damage other houses.

If you are under a flood watch or warning:

Gather the emergency supplies you previously stocked in your home and stay tuned to local

radio or television station for updates.

Turn off all utilities at the main power switch and close the main gas valve if evacuation

appears necessary.

Have your immunization records handy or be aware of your last tetanus shot, in case you

should receive a puncture wound or a wound becomes contaminated during or after the flood.

Fill bathtubs, sinks and plastic soda bottles with clean water. Sanitize the sinks and tubs first

by using bleach. Rinse and fill with clean water.

Bring outdoor possessions, such as lawn furniture, grills and trash cans inside or tie them

down securely.

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Activities suggested to mitigate the Flood are as follows:-

Sl.

No

Type of

sector

Required intervention/

sub-sector

Agency

Responsible

Funds

Required

Time

Frame

1 Infrastructure

Development

IEC activities BDO & ICAT yes 6 month

2 Road PWD Yes 6 month

3 Embankment MI yes 6 month

4 Bridges PWD Yes 6 Month

5 Safe shelters BDO Yes 6 month

6 Communication PWD yes 6 month

7 Drinking water

& Sanitation

PHC & Helth yes 6 month

8 Power Elec. yes 6 month

9 Techonology

Disscemination

Science &

Tessemination

yes 6 month

10 Health /

Animal

Husbandry

IEC activities ARDD Yes 6 month

11 Vaccination ARDD Yes 6 Month

12 Training ARDD yes 6 Month

13 Livelihood

Sector

Awareness BDO Yes 6 Month

14 Agriculture SA, Agri Yes 6 Month

15 Fishing SA Fishery Yes 6 Month

16 Fishery SA Fishery Yes 6 Month

17 Allied

Activities

SA, Agri Yes 6 Month

18 Horticulture LICI & NIC Yes 6 Month

19 Insurance IEC LICI & NIC Yes 6 Month

20 Infrastructure LICI & NIC Yes 6 Month

21 Livehood LICI & NIC Yes 6 Month

22 Life LICI & NIC Yes 6 Month

Post Receding of flood waters:-

There is a possibility of spread of water borne diseases after flood, and hence medical treatment

should be taken immediately. Do not enter deep, unknown waters. Do not go near the riverbank even

after the floodwater has receded. Sprinkle medicines in the stagnant dirty water. Inspect your house

for any cracks or other damage. Check all the walls, floor, ceiling, doors and windows, so that any

chance of house falling down can be known and you can be aware about the immediate danger. If the

floodwater has entered the house or has surrounded the house, then it is advisable not to enter such

house. Keep listening to weather forecast on radio and television. Move to your residence only when

instructed by the competent authority. It is not safe to believe that the problems have ended after the

flood water have receded Inform the competent authority/officer for restoration of the necessary

connections like gas, electricity, telephone, drainage, etc. Beware of the various insects or poisonous

snakes that may have been dragged inside the house along with the floodwater. Destroy the food

commodities that have been affected by floodwater. Check properly all the electric circuits, floor

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level furnace, boilers, gas cylinders, or electric equipments like motor pump etc. Check whether any

inflammable or explosive item has not entered along with the floodwater.

Search and Rescue Teams :-

Community level teams will be developed in each district with basic training in search and rescue.

Training modules will be developed for trainers of community level search and rescue teams by the

NDRF training institutes. On the ground, besides others, the NDRF battalions will also assist the state

government/district authorities in training communities. They will be further assisted by the ATIs,

CD, Home Guards and NGOs.Youth organisations such as the NCC, NSS and NYKS will provide

support services to the response teams at the local level under the overall guidance and supervision of

the local administration

The state governments, through the ATIs, will develop procedures for formally recognizing and

certifying such trained search and rescue team members; they will also provide suitable indemnity to

community level team members for their actions in the course of emergency response following a

flood.

.

Emergency Relief :-

Trained community level teams will assist in planning and setting up emergency shelters, distributing

relief among the affected people, identifying missing people, and addressing the needs of education,

health care, water supply and sanitation, food etc. of the affected community. Members of these

teams will be made aware of the specific requirement of the disaster-affected communities. It will be

ensured by the concerned authorities that the stockpiling of the essential commodities has been

carried out. These teams will also assist the government in identifying the most vulnerable people

who may need special assistance following floods.

Incident Command System :-

All response activities will be undertaken at the local level through a suitably devised Incident

Command System (ICS) coordinated by the local administration through the EOCs.State

governments will commission and maintain EOCs at appropriate levels for the coordination of human

resources, relief supplies and equipment. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the EOCs will be

developed by state governments and integrated within the framework of the ICS, which will take

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advantage of modern technologies and tools, such as GIS maps, scenarios and simulation models for

effectively responding to disasters. GIS maps available from other sources, such as the city planning

departments will be compiled considering their potential application after a disaster. The state

governments/SDMAs will undertake the training of personnel involved in the ICS. Some of the state

governments have already adopted this system.

Community-based Disaster Preparedness and Response Coordination among Various Organisations

Institutionalising the Role of PRIs, Community Based Organisations, Non-governmental

Organisations etc.

A number of organisations, like NGOs, selfhelp groups, CBOs, youth organizations such as NCC,

NYKS, NSS etc., women‟s groups, volunteer agencies, CD, Home Guards, etc. normally volunteer

their services in the aftermath of any disaster. Villagelevel task forces will also be constituted on

voluntary basis for better preparedness of the community. The state governments/ SDMAs and

DDMAs will coordinate the allocation of these human resources for performing various response

activities. State governments will work with these agencies to understand and plan their roles in the

command chain of the ICS, and incorporate them in the DM plans.

Media and Dissemination of Information :-

Soon after a flood, accurate information will need to be provided on the extent of the damage and

other details of the response activities through electronic and print media. The state governments will

utilise different types of media, especially print, radio, television and internet, to disseminate timely

and accurate information.

Involvement of the Corporate Sector:-

State governments will facilitate the involvement of the corporate sector in making available their

services and resources to the government during immediate aftermath of flood. The corporate sector,

as part of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) effort, can provide, inter alia, the services

hospitals, power and telecommunication, relief supplies, search and rescue equipment, water pumps

and transport and logistics for movement of relief supplies to the extent possible. For instance the

Construction Federation of India (CFI) has set up the India Disaster Response Network (IDRN),

which can also be associated with the task of emergency response. State governments and district

authorities will develop appropriate mechanisms to receive and optimally utilise all such assistance.

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Fire and Emergency Services :-

The fire and emergency services in the ULBs of various states are being used as an emergency cum-

fire services force. The fire and emergency services in the flood prone areas will develop adequate

capacity to respond to serious flood situations, in addition to managing fires.

Police Force:-

The police plays an important role in the aftermath of floods in maintaining law and order, assisting

in search and rescue, and in the transportation and certification of casualties. It is equally important

that the police forces are properly equipped and trained.

Home Guards :-

The Home Guards serve as an auxiliary arm of the police force and support the district administration

in various tasks. They will be trained for carrying out search, rescue and relief operations on

occurrence of floods.

.

Identification of the Deceased :-

In the event of mass casualties, states will develop systems for proper identification of the deceased,

recording the details of victims, and making use of DNA fingerprinting. The technology will get

enhanced with UIDN being developed.

Emergency Medical Response Emergency Treatment at Site of Floods :-

Prompt and efficient emergency medical response will be provided by Quick Reaction Medical

Teams (QRMTs), mobile field hospitals, including floating hospitals for riverine islands and areas

inaccessible by roads, Accident Relief Medical Vans (ARMVs) and heli-ambulances. They will be

activated to reach the flood-affected areas immediately, along with dressing material, splints, portable

X-ray machines, mobile operation theatres, resuscitation equipment and life-saving drugs, etc.

Resuscitation, triage and medical evacuation of victims who require hospitalisation will be done in

accordance with SOPs.

Mortuary Facilities and disposal of Dead Bodies :-

The state/District/Block will develop contingency plans to have sufficient mortuaries to preserve the

dead bodies. After proper identification, dead bodies will be immediately disposed through district

authorities, to prevent outbreak of an epidemic and environmental pollution.

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Public Health Issues in Aftermath of Floods :-

Safe and sufficient drinking water will be ensured. Protecting existing water sources from

contamination, adding chlorine tablet in the water for residual disinfection effect and provision of

latrine and proper waste disposal to avoid contamination through flies and other insects are important

steps required immediately in the aftermath of a flood. Vector control will be done by spraying of

shelters with residual insecticides. Provision of insecticides treated mosquito nets is recommended.

Psychosocial Aspects :-

A large number of victims will suffer from psychosocial effects in the aftermath of a flood. The

psychosocial impact of floods will be manifested as psychosocial reaction in the form of post-

traumatic stress disorders (PTSD) and other psychosocial ailments in displaced people due to flood.

A team comprising a social worker, a psychologist and a psychiatrist will provide counselling to

them.

A) Pre Disaster:-

1. Planning and preparatory steps

2. Water shed Management / Afforestation.

3. Roads available and alternative roads and bridges.

4. Plan for shifting of population

5. Study of technical teams

6. Mock Drills (Training) for Disaster Control

7. Liaison with Paramilitary Forces.

B) Before Disaster:-

1. District / Sub Division / Block / Line Departments Control Room set up.

2. Ensuring the communication establishment of BCR with District Control Room /Line

Deptt./Police control Room/ Health control Room/ Sub-Division control room/ Neighboring

Block Control Room.

3. Test checking of receipt and transmission of messages.

4. Sending of updated situation report (if no information, nil report to DEOC by 2PM with

specific reporting format.

5. Alternate communication arrangement in case of failure of one system (Use of Skypee and

MORSE Code).

6. Identification of an officer as focal point for sharing of calamity related information.

7. Instruction to the identified Disaster Management Teams (DMTs) at Block and village levels

to extend support to Panchayats/ Block/ for immediate response and early recovery.

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8. Instruction to village Pradhan / Chairperson as focal point to activate the disaster

management teams (Search and rescue and first aid teams) and village DM plans for

response and early recovery and sharing of calamity related information to BDO

9. Meeting with the DDMC before and immediate after the calamity

10. Issuance of order to Govt. officials to restrict CL/EL during the calamity except any

unavoidable / life threatening situation.

11. Essential relief materials available at block H.Q and vulnerable pockets.

12. Identification and pre-contract with local suppliers/ traders.

13. Instruction to all line Deptts. to keep ready with men and materials to act immediately for

immediate response and early recovery.

14. public address system to be kept ready along with vehicles

15. Preparing a database of important Telephone Nos.

16. Battery / charging sets to be kept charged with arrangements for stand by battery sets

17. Detailed report of the situation to be display for every ones information at BDR

18. Adequate warning mechanism to be ensured for evacuation

19. Pre placement of Power and country boats at week and vulnerable points.

20. Mapping of flood / cyclone shelters to the vulnerable village

21. Identification of highland and cattle shelters.

22. Army assistance to be prepared

23. Pre arrangement of the Drinking water system at the vulnerable pockets

24. Storage / stock pilling of the food stuff at the vulnerable pockets

25. Ensuring of pre position of medical aids

26. Keeping an account of the list of private stockiest/ millers

During Disaster:-

1. All teams to report to Control Room.

2. Regular co-ordination meeting with all line deptts/ NGOs till the normalcy.

3. Organize the vehicles / ambulances for immediate assistance to the affected mass

4. An officer to be appointed as the relief officer with consultation of SDM

5. Evacuation routes not to be blocked for long time

6. passenger carrying buses/ transportation etc to be diverted away from disaster sites

7. Community assistance in road clearance

8. Evaluating the depth of impact of disaster in different locations.

9. Prioritizing the disaster sites depends upon the magnitude

10. provision for security:- Relief receiving centers/ transportation of relief materials / relief

godowns / relief camps / free kitchen centers/ feeding centers/ relief officials / VIP‟s dealing

with relief distribution / Air dropping zones

11. Activating Paramilitary / Assam Rifles/ Army on standby to depute personnel as per

direction of Incident Commander (DDMA)

12. Uninterrupted supply of relief materials to relief camps

13. Arrangement of trauma counseling facilities

14. Type of relief materials to be finalized for different types of disasters

15. Ensuring Minimum standard limit (MSL) at all the fair price shop/ wholesalers etc.

16. Eviction of encroachments

17. Identification of causalities

18. Assessment the requirement of medical team to be deployed

19. Electricity restoration

20. Transportation/ communication restoration

21. Assessment of relief materials reach to the people

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C) Post Disaster :- 1. Normalcy restoration (Road, Power, Water, Medical supply, Food supply)

2. Estimation of losses (Building, Crop etc. and reconstruction)

3. Normal time Activity ( Prevention , mitigation and Preparedness )

4. Updating of DM Plan.

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D) Operationalisation of different Teams :-

1. Control room:- District level ,Sub-Divisional level ,Block level and other departments control

rooms have already been setup and necessary information is being exchanget time to time.

2. Evacuation team

3. Medical team

4. Shelter team

5. Alternate route of roads

6. Law & Order team

7. Relief Management team

8. Water team

9. Sanitation team

10. Fire team

11. AARDD team & Carcass disposal team

12. Power team

13. Communications team

14. Paramilitary team

Necessary stepshave been taken through District Disaster Management plan

Conclusion:-

No Disaster preparedness can be complete in any form and the report on Disaster Management is no

exception. The report may have some lacunas / gaps which will get attended by inputs which we get

from field and State. Ours is an approach, to face Disaster which will mature with time.

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