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PG Diploma in “Disaster Resilient Planning & Design” by WUD

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The School of Architecture at World University of Design responding to created havoc across systems by Corona pandemic  has taken a definitive step forward by designing a specialized 1-Year Post Graduate Diploma in “Disaster Resilient Planning & Design”.

This one-year diploma programme in “Disaster Resilient Planning & Design” is aimed at specifically developing skills and knowledge to critically analyse and apply key concepts in disaster management theory, research, policy, and practice, such as vulnerability, resilience, governance, disaster risk reduction and sustainable development. The University will give the students an opportunity to attain knowledge from an interdisciplinary team of professionals, drawing on ideas and methods in design, construction, geography, history, politics, development studies and arts. Through this programme students will be able to develop sufficient knowledge to apply planning & design skills and competencies to meet disaster management career demands with a mindset to withstand challenges that an unforeseen disaster must lash out with. The course will give a 360 approach to handling various aspects like projects and organisations that shape humanitarian, health, disaster management, conflict response and intervention issues across India.

While the course is open to any graduate, it is ideally suited for fresh architecture, planning or design graduates. On completing this unique programme, they will find a great way to contribute to humanity by being absorbed in government & non-government sectors with emergency services, relief groups, law enforcement departments and local authorities. Internationally, agencies like the United Nations appoint disaster management professionals at various ranks; also, across industries such professionals are much in demand.

For more information about this course, please visit : https://worlduniversityofdesign.ac.in/Disaster%20Resilient%20Planning%20&%20Design.php

 

 

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