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What is MBA in Disaster Management?
Disaster Management can be defined as the organization and management of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies, in particular preparedness, response and recovery in order to lessen the impact of disasters.
Disaster management (or emergency management) is the creation of plans through which communities reduce vulnerability to hazards and cope with disasters.
Disaster management does not avert or eliminate the threats; instead, it focuses on creating plans to decrease the effect of disasters. Failure to create a plan could lead to damage to assets, human mortality, and lost revenue.
Students who pursue an MBA degree in Disaster Management learn skills, both in research and technical fields, as well as get management expertise to handle such situations effectively.
While Disaster Management helps cope with a disaster, it involves implementing plans and strategies before any impending disaster, such that losses can be prevented or made minimal as well.
So, this degree creates sharp-minded professionals who develop the eye to spot impending failures or calamities and they are thus well-trained to handle such situations with their organizational skills.
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