Government of India National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Department of Health & Family Welfare
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 City Name   AQI Value 
Delhi 186
Ghaziabad 164
Gurugram 205
Noida 168

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Centre for Bacterial Disease and Drug Resistance


Full Mailing Address:

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 Staff 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






National programme implemented/coordinated though division:


Sr. No

National programme

Official Email ID


National Programme for Containment of Antimicrobial Resistance



National action plan on Antimicrobial Resistance (NAP-AMR)




Laboratories/ Units under division -                                                                    

  1. Aerobic Bacteriology Laboratory                                               
  2. Diarrheal Disease Laboratory
  3. Media Room
  4. Medical Mycology Laboratory
  5. Water Bacteriology Laboratory
  6. National Reference Laboratory for the National Programme on AMR Containment


Activities undertaken in the division –





  1. Laboratory investigation of outbreaks
  2. Referral diagnostic services for bacterial infections
  3. Referral diagnostic testing for fungal infections
  4. Bacteriological testing of drinking water
  5. Conduct training programmes/workshops for capacity building


Activities under the National Programme on Containment of AMR –

  1. Coordinate the National Programme on AMR Containment (for details of the programme see
  2. As National Reference laboratory for the National Programme on AMR Containment, confirmation of 1% of isolates from network sites, confirmation of AMR alert strains submitted by the network sites.
  3. Conduct trainings for AMR network sites on AST techniques (Micro-broth dilution) and WHONET data management.
  4. Provide onsite support to AMR surveillance network sites.
  5. Coordinate/conduct awareness campaigns/activities regarding AMR for general community and healthcare professionals


Coordinate various activities related to implementation of National action plan on AMR

  1. On behalf of MoHFW, coordinate with other ministries for implementation of NAP-AMR
  2. Organize meetings of CWG-AMR and TAG-AMR committees
  3. Coordinate International collaborations on AMR Containment
  4. Coordinate with WHO and CDC-India for AMR containment related activities



  • National Coordinating Centre for Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)  Surveillance and Containment
  • National coordinating Centre for giving AMR data to Global Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance System (GLASS)


Guidelines developed –

  1. Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Surveillance of Priority Bacterial Pathogens under National AMR Surveillance Network


  1. Internal Quality Control (IQC) Antimicrobial Susceptibility Tests Using Disk Diffusion -National Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Surveillance Network, NCDC.


  1. Guidance for Submission of AMR Surveillance Isolate for External Quality Assessment and Reporting Emerging AMR Alerts - National Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Surveillance Network, NCDC.