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    CDRI launches Fellowship Programme 2022-23

    The Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI) has launched the CDRI Fellowship Programme 2022-2023. The aim of the Programme is to promote research and innovation on disaster resilient infrastructure (DRI). The Fellowship application portal is now open and will accept proposals till 30…

  • News Update
    16/05/2021

    Preparing for Cyclones

    Click here for the advisory PDF PREPARING FOR CYCLONES ADVISORY TO POWER SECTOR UTILITIES Enhancing the resilience of the power sector does not only mean strengthening its ability to anticipate and absorb shocks, but also improving its ability to recover from the effects of a hazardous event…

  • News Update
    19/03/2021

    CDRI Fellows 2021

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    Making tomorrow’s infrastructure sustainable and resilient requires investing in high calibre research and innovation today. Increasingly complex infrastructure systems of the 21st century require capabilities that can combine knowledge from multiple disciplines, harness the promise of emerging…

  • News Update
    19/03/2021

    CDRI | Youth for Resilient Infrastructure INTERNATIONAL ESSAY COMPETITION

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    With a population of more than 1.8 billion, youth represent an important and dynamic segment in every nation of the world. Today’s youth are tomorrow’s innovators, creators, builders, and leaders. The assurance, devotion, and vitality with which young minds work make them the most promising…

  • News Update
    17/03/2021

    Prime Ministers of India, UK, Fiji and Italy inaugurate the third International Conference on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure 2021

    New Delhi, 17 March 2021 – The third edition of the International Conference on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (ICDRI) 2021 was inaugurated by the Prime Ministers of India, UK, Fiji and Italy today. The three-day virtual conference will cover critical issues like health infrastructure…