My name is Mainak Majumdar and I work for Environment, Energy & CSR (Disaster Management). I had the honour and priviledge to work with different organizations namely St. John’s Ambulance Association, Red Cross, Confederation of Indian Industries, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry in the above field including working in Government as ‘Scientist’. The specialty of my experience lies in the following facts:
a) Overall assessment & evaluation of State & National level development Programs & Projects based on feasibility, financial viability and resource & partner delivery capacities.
b) Ensure quality delivery of funded projects involving in depth impact analysis of tasks.
c) Developing Program proposals, documents, training plans, materials etc.
d) Policy Analysis and advocacy with Media, Government, Non-Government, International Development agencies and Subject Experts.
c) Appraise and select NGO partners and steer capacity building of partner agencies.
d) Liaising with Govt. Agencies, NGO’s, Media, Consultants and between donor and community.
The news of this website has been published in various Newspapers and Magazines.
It was way back when I started writing about various issues in the website and wanted to make my planning and policies known. It was really struggling, but at last I emerged out in flying colours.
Academically, I am Master in Environmental Sciences, Bangalore University (First Class First) and I was awarded two gold medals by His Excellency, the Governor of Karnataka State, India
Basically, I am a Thinker and Analyst and have the opportunity to work with many organizations in Natural Calamities and have a Dream to Create Green World for us as well as for our future generations.
Welcome you all and your suggestions of improving the website will be appreciated.
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Lets together create a Safer, Stronger, Greener and a Disaster Free World for us as well as for our future generations
Let’s get together! I agree with your analysis of the Narrow field of expertise creating a disaster of managing and resolving disasters…
Process by a larger view can allow dispatch of narrowly trained technicians…
I believe that you hit the nail on the head when you outlined how jusrisditional ego’s and control of responsibility is a matter of contention and canceling out of the main point of these competeing personalities..
This area of leadership is desperately needed!!!!
Thank you so much for taking your time and reading my recent article. Thanks a lot for your comments. I felt that Disaster Management is not a stand alone term. It comprises of many factors and these issues if solved could help to make Disaster Risk Reduction better. The most important is the Social and the Environmental factor. Then comes the economic and political factor. Development is the key for effective disaster management and if there is poverty and environmental degradation, then we are far away in creation of a Safer World. Hence I wrote the article. Anyways, thanks again for your kind time and posting a comment.
I Salute your way of doing social work. Its a great job .
Good works Sir,…………………………….keep on Going……………..