Pu Lalnunmawia Chuaungo, Chief Secretary today releases the 'Hazard Risk & Vulnerability Analysis of 8 District Headquarters ' (HRVA) and 'Digital 3-D Terrain Mapping & Modelling' (DTM) at the New Capital Complex in Aizawl.

Prepared by Mizoram Remote Sensing Application Centre (MIRSAC), the 'Hazard Risk & Vulnerability Analysis of 8 District Headquarters ' (HRVA) is an atlas made by using remote sensing technology and focuses on the causes of natural disasters, its impact and  prevention. On the other hand, Digital 3-D Terrain Mapping & Modelling (DTM) concentrates on the study of Mizoram's contours.

Releasing the two projects, Chief Secretary of Mizoram expressed his gratitude that atlas has been successfully completed by MIRSAC using modern technology like remote sensing and GIS. He also states that  DTM will be useful for all development works especially for construction of land connectivity. HRVA will prove its importance in times of natural disaster for authorities and NGOs as Mizoram is disaster prone area, added Pu Lalnunmawia Chuaungo.

The programme was conducted by Dr.C.Vanlalramsanga, Secretary Planing and Programme Implementation Department and was well attended by Government officials.


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