University of Mumbai's

Garware Institute of Career Education and Development

NAAC Re-accredited with 'A++' Grade

Masters (Degree Courses)

M.A. (Disaster, Fire, and Industrial Safety Management)

+ Course Duration:

2 years

+ No Of Seats :


+ Fees :

Total Fee- Rs.110000
Semester I- Rs.29070
Semester II- Rs.25565
Semester III- Rs.27800
Semester IV- Rs.27565

+ Eligibility :

+ Admission Procedure :

+ Preamble :

The course "M.A.  in Disaster, Fire & Industrial Safety Management" is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of managing disasters, ensuring industrial safety, and promoting fire safety in various settings. The program covers a wide range of subjects, including disaster management principles, industrial safety management, fire safety systems, risk assessment, emergency planning, and more. Through a combination of theoretical knowledge, practical applications, and research methodologies, students will develop the skills necessary to analyze and mitigate risks, respond to emergencies, and create effective safety strategies. This course aims to prepare graduates for careers in disaster management, industrial safety, and fire safety, where they can contribute to safeguarding lives, property, and the environment.


+ Objective :

1. Develop industry-relevant skills: Equip students with the knowledge, skills, and competencies sought after by employers in the field of disaster, fire, and industrial safety management.

2. Enhance job readiness: Prepare students to enter the workforce with the necessary practical skills, critical thinking abilities, and professional demeanor required for successful employment.

3. Meet industry demands: Align the curriculum with the current and emerging needs of industries, ensuring that graduates are well-prepared to address safety challenges in diverse sectors such as manufacturing, construction, energy, transportation, and emergency management.

4. Promote networking opportunities: Facilitate networking events, guest lectures, and industry collaborations to connect students with professionals and potential employers in the field.

5. Provide internship and practical training opportunities: Offer opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience through internships, cooperative education programs, and industry partnerships, enhancing their employability.

6. Foster career development skills: Support students in developing essential career skills such as resume writing, interview preparation, and job search strategies to enhance their prospects in securing employment.

7. Stay updated with industry trends: Continuously review and update the curriculum to incorporate emerging trends, best practices, and technological advancements in disaster, fire, and industrial safety management, ensuring graduates are equipped with current knowledge.

8. Develop professional competencies: Nurture students' professionalism, communication skills, teamwork abilities, and leadership qualities, which are highly valued by employers in the safety management field.

9. Provide access to job placement services: Offer career counseling, job placement assistance, and networking resources to facilitate the transition from academia to employment for students.
10. Prepare for diverse roles: Prepare students for a wide range of career opportunities in roles such as safety inspector, emergency planners, risk assessors, consultants, safety engineers, safety auditor, and compliance officers in various industries and organizations.

These program objectives focus on enhancing students' employability by aligning the curriculum with industry needs, providing practical training opportunities, fostering career development skills, and preparing graduates for a variety of roles in the field of disaster, fire, and industrial safety management.

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