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  • Name :Dr. C.V Naidu
  • Designation : Head of the Department
  • Phone : 0891 2844634, 4633 , 2591438
  • Email: head.meteorology@andhrauniversity.edu.in

The Department of Meteorology and Oceanography, Andhra University is first of its kind in Southeast Asia to have initiated teaching and research programmes in Meteorology and Oceanography which is established in the year 1948 to educate the students in Oceanic and Atmospheric sciences. After 65 years of its fruitful service to the nation in the supplying of trained manpower, the department still occupies its unique position in India to offer advanced courses of national importance. In the recent years, the department is in collaboration with national and international institutions for research work. Significant contributions include: Identification and estimation of Upwelling zones in North Indian Ocean Dynamics involved in the formation of Sand-spit near Kakinada Internal waves generation and propagation using SAR images Real time prediction models for tropical cyclones of Bay of Bengal Statistical models prediction of seasonal rainfall of Indian monsoon Real time high resolution short range weather prediction for Andhra region Since its inception it has produced eminent alumni who contribute for the development of Meteorology and Oceanography at the National and International levels. For its meritorious services over the years the department was identified by DST-FIST sponsored department for strengthening the teaching and research in the fields of Meteorology and Oceanography. Added advantage comes as research institutions like ISRO,NIO,IITM,IMD,SAC,INCOIS,DRDO are in collaboration with the department.

Courses offered No. Of Seats Available Eligibility
M.Sc. (Meteorology) 26 B.Sc. with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory with any other subject.
M.Sc. (Physical Oceanography) 26 B.Sc. with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory with any other subject.
M.Tech. (Atmospheric Science) 10 M.Sc. in Meteorology, Physical Oceanography, Physics Space Physics, Mathematics and B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering & Instrumentation Engineering.
M.Tech. (Ocean Sciences) 10 M.Sc. in Physical Oceanography, Meteorology, Physics Space Physics, Mathematics and B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering
M.Phil. & Ph.D. Limited to Vacancy M.Sc. in Meteorology, Physical Oceanography, and M.Tech. Atmospheric Science, M.Tech. Oceanic Science, Those who are working as permanent employee of the concerned also Research Laboratories IITM, NIO, ISRO, INCOIS, ICMAM, NPOL, NSTL etc. the other subjects considered with the approval of Department Research Committee at the time of admissions with two years experience.

Name Designation Qualification Specialization
Prof. S.S.V.S.Ramakrishna Professor M.Sc., Ph.D. Meteorology Numerical modeling, cyclones and Monsoons
Prof. P.Suneetha Professor & Chairman BOS for Department of Meteorology and Oceanography & Department of Geo Physics M.Sc., Ph.D Meteorology, M.Tech. Atmospheric sci. Air-sea interaction, climate modelling and extreme weather events
Dr. C.V.Naidu Associate Professor, Head of the Department M.Sc., Ph.D Meteorology Tropical Meteorology and Monsoon Dynamics
Dr. K Muni Krishna Assistant Professor (C) M. Sc., Ph.D Physical Oceanography Indian Ocean dynamics, Physical Oceanography
Dr.V.Lakshmana Rao Assistant Professor (C) M.Sc., Ph.D Meteorology Fluid Dynamics and Dynamics of the Atmosphere
Name Designation
Dr. K.J Ramesh Honorary Professor
Dr. Madhavan Naik Honorary Professor
Prof.S.S.V.S. Rama Krishna Honorary Professor
    M.Sc Meteorology 1st Semester Syllabus
    M-301/ PO-301 Numerical Weather Prediction
    M-302 Airsea Intraction Syllabus
    M-303 Applied Meteorology Syllabus
    M-304 Tropical Meteorology Syllabus