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1 INDIA DISASTER RESOURCE NETWORK NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi

2 About IDRN

3  The portal was only compatible with IE 7 or below and not with browsers (Google chrome, Mozilla) etc.  Frequent SQL injection error reported by security division of NIC.  Lack of proper validation in some textboxes.  Interface was not user friendly.  There were many errors in designing pattern. Old Home Page

4 New Home Page  Portal has been made fully functional without any technical issues.  Portal is compatible with all the browsers  Re-designed the portal in more user friendly manner, two separate modules developed (data access and data update).  New district pages were created, now there are 646 districts in the portal.  Developed new page for resource inventory of IDRN portal with date wise and disaster wise query feature.  Adding trainee database to the IDRN portal.

5 IDRN Maintenance and Monitoring  NIC - Portal is hosted at NIC Server  NIDM - IDRN is currently monitored and maintained by NIDM centrally.  Role of NIDM is limited to user administration  NIDM is not involved in data collection or updating.  State Department of Relief/ Disaster Management / SDMA Coordinate with DM/ DC regarding updating of data in IDRN  District Collector / Magistrate is the authorized officer for facilitating data collection and updation from the district level  Data collection formats need to be sent to all line dept./ agencies from the district administration and need to be collected within time.  Data entry should be done at the district level availing the technical services of District Informatics Officers.

6 Line Dept. District STATE Internet Database at NIC Database at NIDM synchronized State level coordination for building inventory database Data entry through online application Data collection in paper format

7  Helped in developing the skills of DIOs and other concern officials regarding the updation /entering of data in IDRN portal.  Letters were send to State RCs for facilitation of data collection from states and districts. Follow up letters send 4 times to RCs.  Awareness about the use of IDRN in different phases of disaster through trainings, workshops and brochure.  Five regional training programs have been conducted during Progress in IDRN 2013 onwards

8 Portal Development & Administration  User friendly home page developed. Separate menu for data updating and data explore/view.  Chronic Security issues like SQL injection error etc are fixed.  Multiple browser compatible portal developed.  Passwords and usernames send to all state RCs for all districts.  District pages developed for all 646 districts.  Date based query for finding the most updated data.  New Portal under development with Advance features using latest technologies.  A Module/User Manual is under development.

9 At present IDRN has 1,47,521 records as on 12 th May, NIDM Efforts- Results Total records entered/updated during 2012 = = 7747 Jan-April, 2014 =12,599

10 IDRN Development – Road Ahead  Training modules/ manual for users and trainers.  NDRF, Railways etc. data to be included in IDRN database  Integration with National Database for Emergency Management under DMS Programme.  Development of new portal with GIS Features and state of art MIS system to cater the needs of emergency managers and DM professionals.  Android based application for field officials or line department officers.

11 Challenges  Districts are not yet updating data regularly which limits the usability. Districts  Data not received timely from line departments and no dedicated person for data entry as reported by districts.  Lack of proper coordination between district administration and NIC officials.  Applicability during major disasters limited due to internet and power failures.

12  Support from SDMA and districts regarding updating of data from districts.  Synchronization of data with the district level DM Plans and SDMPs.  Use of IDRN during emergencies and for formulation of DMPs.  Report to NIDM – IDRN team in case if difficulty.  Feedback from states How to make portal more user friendly. What changes to be made in portal to increase its utility during disaster. SUGGESTION A committee may be formed with state representatives as members to work-on further development of Portal. SUGGESTION A committee may be formed with state representatives as members to work-on further development of Portal.

13 1 st Phase 2 nd Phase 3 rd Phase Indian Disaster Resource Network onwards

14 Contact Us IDRN Administrator, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT (Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India), 5-B, IIPA Campus, IP Estate, Mahatma Gandhi Marg New Delhi (INDIA) Tel , , Extn:224,220 Tele Fax , Website :idrn.gov.inidrn.gov.in IDRN Administrator, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT (Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India), 5-B, IIPA Campus, IP Estate, Mahatma Gandhi Marg New Delhi (INDIA) Tel , , Extn:224,220 Tele Fax , Website :idrn.gov.inidrn.gov.in

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