“I do not think the measure of a civilization is how tall its buildings of concrete are but rather how well its people have learned to relate to their environment and fellow man.”
– Sun Bear, Chippewa tribe

About Event (Presentation Competition):-

The Disaster Preparedness Society, Miranda House presents a Presentation Competition on the occasion of the International Day of Disaster Risk Reduction.

Theme of presentation: Regional Methods of Disaster Adaptation and Mitigation


  • The presentation should comprise of any particular disaster’s mitigation or adaptation strategies that have been devised traditionally and/or are being followed locally.
  • Any audio-visual mode of presentation – video documentary, PowerPoint presentation etc. can be opted for.
  • The presentation should not exceed 7 or 7.5 minutes.
  • Participation can be individual or in group of maximum three members.
  • Plagiarism should be strictly avoided.
  • Originality of ideas is preferred.
  • The participants also need to send a proposal in the form of a word document by October 10, 2021 to mhdisaster.preparedness@gmail.com. The proposal should give an overview of what all the presentation would encompass and specify what mode of presentation is being chosen and must not exceed 100 words.

Important dates:-


  • October 12, 2021

Deadline for submission-

  • October 10, 2021


  • All undergraduates can participate.


  • Certificates will be provided to the winners.

Contact Details:-

  • Aishwarya
    +91 76518 52975
  • Ekta Choudhary
    (Vice – President)
    +91 95877 03911

Registration Link:-

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