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National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) 
invites applications for recruitment of Assistant Commandant

NDRF Recruitment 2021 for Assistant Commandant

Job Location: for NDRF Jobs
Jai Singh Road, New Delhi, 110001 New Delhi
Last Date: Update soon
Employment Type: Full-time

Number of Vacancy: 1 Posts

Educational Qualification: for NDRF Recruitment 2021

Candidates Should have Bachelor Degree in Journalism/Mass Communication from a recognized University. Desirable: Master Degree in Journalism/Mass Communication/Public Relation from a recognized University.

NDRF Jobs Experience: Five Years Experience in Journalism, Public Relation or Event Management.

Pay Scale: 
56100-177500/- Per Month

Age Limit: 52 years.

How to Apply: for NDRF Recruitment 2021

Applications should be sent to National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) office. Send your fully filled applications to
J.K.S. Rawat,
Deputy Inspector General (Admin),
National Disaster Response Force (NDRF),
6th Floor, NDCC-II Building,
Jai Singh Road, New Delhi – 110001.

Important Dates: for NDRF Jobs 2022

NDRF Jobs Notification Published on: Update soon

Last date for application is: Soon

For more details, please refer to old official notification at Download Official Notification

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The mid nineties and the subsequent decade saw much international debate & discussion around Disaster Response & Preparedness. Some of the notable and more impactful ones were the Yokohama Strategy Plan (1994) & the Hyogo Framework for Action (2005), adopted by the UN.

During the same period India faced some of its most severe natural calamities like Orissa Super Cyclone (1999), Gujarat Earthquake (2001) and Indian Ocean Tsunami (2004). This succession of events and the International environment brought to fore, the need of comprehensive disaster management plan.

This led to the enactment of the Disaster Management Act on December 26th , 2005. The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) was constituted to lay down the policies, plans and guidelines for disaster management.

The Disaster Management Act has statutory provisions for constitution of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) for the purpose of specialized response to natural and man-made disasters.

Accordingly, in 2006 NDRF was constituted with 8 Battalions. At present, NDRF has a strength of 12 Battalions with each Battalion consisting of 1149 personnel. In the beginning, the personnel of NDRF were deployed for routine law and order duties also.

In a meeting of the NDMA with the Prime Minister on October 25, 2007, the need of NDRF being made a dedicated force was highlighted and accepted. This led to the notification of NDRF Rules on February 14th , 2008, making NDRF a dedicated force for disaster response related duties, under the unified command of DG NDRF.

The practice of “proactive availability” of this Force to the States and that of “pre-positioning”, in a threatening disaster situations have immensely helped minimise damage, caused due to natural calamities in the country.

The first major test of disaster for NDRF was Kosi Floods in 2008. NDRF resources were moved to Bihar immediately after the breach in Kosi barrage on 19th August 2008. The situation was handled by the NDRF on a war footing, by airlifting 153 high speed motorized boats with 780 flood rescue trained personnel drawn from three different Battalions and sent to the five flood affected districts with utmost promptitude.

As a result, over 1,00,000 affected people were rescued during the initial stage itself. The prompt and timely response of NDRF was appreciated by the then Chief Minister of Bihar.

Since its inception NDRF has continued to win hearts of millions of countrymen, by demonstrating its expertise and compassion while handling disaster situations. The list of such challenges is long.

To cite a few ; a six storey building collapsed at Bellary (Karnataka) in January 2010. In a meticulously planned, round the clock operation lasting seven days, the NDRF rescued 20 trapped live victims and retrieved 29 bodies.

In a multi-storey factory building collapse at Jalandhar (Punjab) in April 2012, the NDRF successfully rescued 12 live victims trapped under huge rubble of debris and also recovered 19 dead bodies. The sterling services rendered by 46 NDRF personnel in response to the triple disaster in Japan in March-April 2011, has also won NDRF laurels.

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