Government of India National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Department of Health & Family Welfare
National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) - Government of India

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 City Name   AQI Value 
Delhi 190
Ghaziabad 150
Gurugram 221
Noida 166

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Centre for Bacterial Disease and Drug Resistance and Antimicrobial Resistance Containment

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Centre for Bacterial Disease and Drug Resistance,
National Centre for Disease Control,
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Telephone: 011-20832486

 

Head of the Division:

 

Dr. Lata Kapoor
MBBS, MD (Microbiology)
Additional Director
Email ID: lata[dot]kapoor[at]gov[dot]in

 

Other Officers in the Division:

 

Dr. Madhumita Barua
Deputy Director
MBBS, MD (Microbiology)
Email ID- madhumita[dot]barua[at]ncdc[dot]gov[dot]in

 

Dr. Trupti Shende
Deputy Director
MBBS, MD (Microbiology)
Email ID- drtrupti[dot]19[at]ncdc[dot]gov[dot]in

 

 

Other Staff in the Division

 

Mr. Udaiveer Singh
M.Sc. (Zoology) 
Assistant Research Officer
 

 

Mr. Manoranjan Mishra
M.Sc., M.Phil, PGDCP
Research Assistant
Email ID- manoranjanmishra[at]ncdc[dot]gov[dot]in

 

Dr. Swati Chauhan
Ph.D (Microbiology), M.Sc.
Research Assistant

 

Mr. Madhusudan Chaturvedi
M.Sc., PGDIPR, DOAP, DAFE
Research Assistant
Email ID-  mschaturvedi[at]ncdc[dot]gov[dot]in

 

 

Mr. Vikram Jeet Yadav
MEE, PGDDM
Research Assistant

 

 

Mr. Rajesh Kumar
B.Sc.
Research Assistant

 

 

Mr. Sachin Khandelwal
M.Sc. (Biotechnology)
Research Assistant

 

 

Mr. Shashi Kant Sharma
B.Sc. (Hons.), Chemistry
Technician

 

 

Mr. Yogander Prasad
M.Sc. (Biochemistry), PGDESD
Technician

 

Mr. Pramod Kumar Shrewas
M.Sc. (Zoology) DMLT
Technician

 

 

Mr. Diwan Singh
Technician

 

Mr. Munish Sharma
Insect Collector

 

Mr. Morris Sampson
Insect Collector

 

Mr. Krishan Lal
Insect Collector

 

 

Mr. Aakash Tripathi
B.Sc.
Laboratory Attendant

 

Mr. Shiv Kumar
Animal Attendant

 

 

Mandate of the Division:

Laboratory investigation of bacterial disease outbreaks; 2. Referral diagnostic services to health care facilities and state public health units; 3. Bacteriological testing of drinking water during outbreaks; 4. Operational research; 5. Conduct training programmes/workshops; 6. Develop guidelines and SOPs 7. Implementation of National programme on AMR Containment: Logistic Management, Technical support, trainings, site support visits 8. National Referral Laboratory for AMR conducts quarterly EQAS and Alert confirmation of AMR priority pathogens received from the network sites. 9. Coordinate with stakeholder ministries and departments regarding activities under National Action Plan-AMR (NAP-AMR). 10. Coordinate International collaborations on AMR