Vol.1: Disaster Management Policy and Administration: 1. Disaster: Meaning and Impact; 2. Challenges of Disaster Preparedness, Prevention Mitigation and Rehabilitation; 3. Policy an Administrative Framework for Disaster Management; 4. Planning for Disaster Preparedness; 5. Public Administration for Disaster Management; 6. Information, Education and Communication in Disaster Management; 7. Material and Financial Management during Relief Operations; 8. People's Participation in Disaster Management; 9. Disaster Preparedness for Vulnerable Groups (Poor, Aged, Women, Nursing Mothers, Children, Physically Challenged); 10. Disaster Prevention through Sustainable Development; 11. HRD, Team Work and Conflict Resolution in Disaster Management; 12. Rehabilitation Management; 13. Disaster Mitigation: Building Disaster Resilient Communities; 14. Health and Disaster Management; 15. Disaster Management Role of Local Institutions; 16. Disaster Management: Mitigation and Rehabilitation of Animals; 17. Disaster Management and Management by Objectives; 18. Management Information System (MIS); 19. Use of Information Technology in Disaster Management; 20. Network Techniques: Pert/CPM.
Vol.2: Management of Natural Disasters: Killer Earthquake in Pakistan and India, 8 October 2005: 1. Earthquakes: A Case Study of Gujarat; 2. Earthquakes (Tsunami): A Case Study of Tsunami in Asia (26 December 2004); 3. Cyclones: A Case Study of Andhra Pradesh; 4. Drought: A Case Study of Rajasthan; 5. Flood Management: A Case Study of Assam, Bihar, Arunachal Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka (26 July 2005); 6. Desertification, Land Degradation and Deforestation; 7. Avalanche and Landslide: A Case Study of Jammu & Kashmir; Appendix 1: 2005 Maharashtra Floods; Appendix: 2: Killer Hurricane Katrina, USA, 2005.
Vol.3: Management of Man-Made Disasters: 1. Chemical Disaster: A Case Study of Bhopal Gas Tragedy and Ranbaxy LTD; 2. Accidents: Road and Railway Accidents A Case Study of Chandigarh and Punjab Respectively; 3. Violence: With Special References to Violence against Women; 4. Domestic Violence; 5. Stresses and Strains; 6. Disaster Created in Cosmos through Environment Pollution; 7. Occupational Hazards and Health Disaster; 8. Nuclear Disaster; 9. Radiation Hazards; 10. Lifestyle (Life Time) Disease Disasters with Special References to HIV/AIDS; 11. Population Explosion Disaster; 12. Urban Slum- Living Disaster; 13. Disaster Caused by Wars and Internal Conflicts: Refugees.