Nature Calamities - IV B

Nature Calamities - IV B

“We cannot stop natural disasters but we can arm ourselves with knowledge: so many lives wouldn’t have to be lost if there was enough disaster preparedness.”

Disaster refers to the mishap, calamity or the grave occurrence due to the natural or man-made reasons which can’t be stopped or tackled immediately by the affected community. Earthquakes, cyclones, droughts, floods, forest fires etc are some of the natural disasters resulting into huge loss of lives and properties. The disaster management is the discipline by which human beings continuously makes efforts to reduce the harm caused by the disasters. The best that can be done is to avoid the practices which are hazardous for the environment and are leading towards environmental degradation, while preparing plans for our disaster management. A special assembly on the topic “Disaster Management” was conducted by class IV B. The assembly commenced with a short skit to convey the message. The students actively took part in it with full enthusiasm and spread the awareness amongst us.

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