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 91
Ghaziabad 58
Gurugram 107
Noida 58

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Alwar Branch


Full Mailing Address:

Alwar Branch, National Centre for Disease Control, Near Gopal Talkies,
Alwar 301001.

Telephone: 0144-2700716



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Details of Branch Staff


Sh. Ankit Khandelwal
Junior Statistical Officer
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Sh. Gajanand Yadav
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Sh. Amit Meena
B.Sc., B.ED
Upper Division Clerk
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Ms. Palak Joshi
Laboratory Attendant
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Sh. Pappu Ram Jatav
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Details of Laboratories/Units:

Laboratories/ units under the Branch:

Lab/Unit name:  Brach Lab, Alwar

Officer in Charge of Lab/Unit:   Sh. Gajanand Yadav

Lab/Unit details:  Vidal test, MP slide test


Mandate of the Branch: To Impart field training to different categories of medical and paramedical health personnel admitted to various training courses being conducted at National Centre for Disease Control, Delhi. To Undertake research, and provide service in the field of communicable diseases. To undertake investigation of outbreaks and formulations of measures to control. Support to various National Health Programmes such as Pulse polio Immunization Programme and other given by H.Q. Services provided include Widal test, Malaria parasite testing & water examination. Training in public Health i.e. FETP, Paramedical FETP, MPH, Malaria & NVBDCP, EIS like Courses &during health emergency situation like flood, earthquake, cyclone, tsunami, Covid-19 & outbreak/ epidemic etc. Support to intensive pulse polio programme (IPPI) & training in various courses given by HQ NCDC


Activities under taken in the branch:

Public Health Services to the State and Centre.

This unit renders services & training in public Health i.e FETP, Para Medical FETP, MPH, Malaria & NVBDCP, EIS like Courses and during health Emergency situation

like flood, Earthquake, cyclone, tsunami & Outbreak epidemic etc. Support to intensive Pulse  Polio Programme (IPPI) in Three round of NID/SNID a total of 93 doses were given to the children under 5 years of age at this center. Training Programme. Training Programme and Laboratory services Daily



Research projects and Publication (With website link):

Mother and Child Service Coverage: R.S.Gupta, A.Gupta, H.O.Gupta,S.Venkatesh and Shiv Lal (Commun Dis. 38(1)2006:79-87 2.Oesophageal Tuberculosis : Aruna Gupta, R.S. Gupta (Vol. 101 No.6) 3. Epidemiology of endemic viral hepatitis in an urban area of India: J. Singh, C.Prakash, R.S.Gupta, D.Bora, D.C.Jain, K.K. datta (Bulletin WHO, 1997,75(5) 463-468) 4. Pre and extra marital heterosexual behavior of and urban community in Rajasthan: J.B., R.S.Gupta, Avdesh Kumar, D.C.Jain (J.Commun.Dis. 2000;32(1):33-39 5.An Outbreak of Non-A Non-B Viral Hepatits in Rural areas of Northern Rajasthan 6. Epidemiologic Consequences of Moderate Coverage Levels of Measles Vaccine in a district HQ Town (Alwar) in India, 1996: J.Singh, R.S.Gupta,D.Bora, V.R.Meena (Journal of Tropical Pediatrics Vol. 44) 7.Evaluation of Pulse Polio and Routine Immunization Coverage : Alwar, Rajasthan : J.B.,R.S.Gupta, D.C.Jain Devadethan and K.K.Datta(Indian J Pediatr 1997;64: 65-72 8. Flurosis in rural areas of Alwar (J.Commun. Dis. 35(1) 2003:48 9. An Epidemiological Surveillance of Acute Flaccid Paralysis in Alwar (J.Commun.Dis.34(4)2002:304 10. soil-Transmitted Intestinal Helminthes Infections in Urban and Rural Areas of Alwar, Raj. (J.Commun.Dis.34(4)2003:306) 11. Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa,: A. Gupta, R. S. Gupta 12. Community Perception of Mosquitos and Mosquito Control in some areas of Urban Delhi and Rual Alwar, Raj.: S.M. Kaul, A.K. Varma, D.C. Jain, R. S. Gupta (J. Commun. Dis. 27(4): 215-222 (1995)) 13. An Outbreak Of Viral Hepatitis in Jodhpur city of Raj. , : R. S. Gupta, D. C. Jain, Shibani, V. R. Meena (J. Commun. Dis. 27(3): 175-180 (1995)) 14. Cholera Outbreak in Rural Arears of Souhern Raj. (J. Commun. Dis. 34(3): 2002-228)