Dnyanasadhana, Thane Society's
(Arts, Science and Commerce)
Re-Accredited "B+" Grade (CGPA 2.69) by NAAC, ISO 21001:2018 (Certified)
Affiliated To University of Mumbai
Civil defence (British English: civil defence) or civil protection is an effort to protect the citizens of a state (generally non-combatants) from man-made and natural disasters. It uses the principles of emergency operations: prevention, mitigation, preparation, response, or emergency evacuation and recovery. Programs of this sort were initially discussed at least as early as the 1920s and were implemented in some countries during the 1930s as the threat of war and aerial bombardment grew. Civil defence structures became widespread after authorities recognised the threats posed by nuclear weapons. Since the end of the Cold War, the focus of civil defence has largely shifted from responding to military attack to dealing with emergencies and disasters in general. The new concept is characterized by a number of terms, each of which has its own specific shade of meaning, such as crisis management, emergency management, emergency preparedness, contingency planning, civil contingency, civil aid and civil protection.
Some countries treat civil defence as a key part of defence in general. For example, the Swedish language word totalförsvar ("total defence") refers to the commitment of a wide range of national resources to defence, including the protection of all aspects of civilian life.
To enable students to identify social issues and their solutions.
To develop self discipline and a helping attitude among the students.
To make students responsible citizens For protection of the environment.
To implement government programs and policies among people.
To prepare students to give scientific aid in natural and manmade disaster
1.Self defence training.
2. Personality development program.
3. Tree plantation programme.
4. Disaster management workshop.
5. Road safety Abhiyan / program.
6. preparation and presentation of street play.
7. parade practice.
8. National festival celebrations.
9. Cooperation to Municipal Corporation and police department in Ganesh immersion program. 10. To organize an essay and slogan writing competitions on social issues .