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(c)Budget for Other Direct Costs



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(c)Budget for Other Direct Costs :



  1. BUDGET


(In rupees)

1st year

2nd year

3rd year

Total

A.

Contingencies

1,00,000

1,00,000

1,00,000

3,00,000

Total

1,00,000

1,00,000

1,00,000

3,00,000



















    1. Budget for Material & Supplies ,Computer Services:

Item

  1. BUDGET


(In rupees)

1st year

2nd year

3rd year

Total

1

Computer stationery like CDs, floppies, printer cartridges and consumables

1,00,000

1,00,000

1,00,000

3,00,000

TOTAL

1,00,000

1,00,000

1,00,000

3,00,000



    1. Budget for Equipment:




SI.NO

Generic name of the equivalent along with make & model

Improved/Indigenous

Estimated costs

Spare time for other users (in %)

1.

IBM Work Station with Storage




10,00,000


15%

2.

4 PCs



















1,20,000



(d ) Budget for Indirect Costs


7.9 Budgets for Facilities & Administrative Costs: Rs 16, 96,400/-
Total Budget (In Rs./-)


  • Computer hardware : 11,20,000/-

  • Manpower : 64,62,000/-

  • Travel : 3,00,000/-

  • Contingencies : 3,00,000/-

  • Miscellaneous : 3,00,000/-

  • University overheads : 16,96,400/-

  • Total : 1,017,8400/-




  1. Bio-data (CV) of the Investigators & Consultants :

    1. PI Biography

Name: Dr. SSVS Ramakrishna

Date of birth: 18-9-1959

Institution: Department of Meteorology and Oceanography,

Andhra University

Address (Residence): G3 Niharika enclave, Abid nagar

Akkayapalem, Visakhapatnam-16

Tel. No. :0891-2750904

Address (Office) : Dr.SSVS Rama krishana

Department of Meteorology and Oceanogrphy

Andhra university

Visakhapatnam-530003

Tel. No. : 0891-2844643

FAX : 0891-2755324

Educational Qualification :

School/College/University

Degree

Year

Main subjects

Division/Class

Andhra University

Matriculation

1974

Mathematics and Physics

second

Andhra Pradesh, Board of Intermediate

Intermediate

1976

Mathematics, Physics and chemistry

second

Andhra university

B.Sc

1979

Mathematics, Physics and chemistry

second

Andhra university

M.Sc.

1982

Meteorology

First


Awards / Honors / Fellowship etc. :


  1. Awarded the General Merit Scholarship by the Government of Andhra Pradesh India for pursuing Graduate Studies at Baccalaureate Level. 1976-78 at the Government PR College , Kakinada.

  2. CSIR senior Research fellow ship to pursue Ph.D at Andhra university




  1. Young Scientist fellowship of the Andhra Pradesh Council of Science and Technology, India 1993.




  1. Best Paper presentation award at the National Seminar on Tsunamis and Other Natural Coastal Hazards over India (TONCH), Department of Meteorology and Oceanography. Andhra University. Dec 10-12 2005.

Appointments (Professional experience/employment record):



Organization

Designation / Position

Duration ( Year / date)

Andhra university

Lecturer

1990-1999 march

Andhra university

Associate Professor

1999march to 2007 march

Andhra university

Professor

2007march to till date

List of important and relevant research publications :



  1. Numerical simulation of Cyclonic Storms FANOOS, NARGIS with assimilation ofconventional and satellite observations using 3-DVAR" Natural Hazards 2012 DOI 10.1007/s 11069-012-0194-5

 

  1. Numerical Simulation of Cloud Burst Event on 05th August 2010 over Leh using WRF Mesoscale model. Natural Hazards 2012 .DOI: 10.1007/s11069-012-0145-1



  1. Numerical Simulation of a severe cyclonic storm Nargis with a Mesoscale model. Natural Hazards,. 2012 DOI 10.1007/s11069-012-0087-7




  1. An Observational evidence of Climate Change. 2011. Global and Planetary Change. Vol 79 pp 11-19. Issues 1-2. doi: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2011.07.010.

  2. Rajputana (Thar) Desert blooms with unprecedented rains in 2006 and 2010 : The effect of a warming environment? Geophysica Internacional (2011) Vol 50-3: pp 255-270

  3. Variations of Indian summer Monsoon Rainfall induce the weakening of easterly jet stream in the warming environment: Global and Planetary Change, Vol. 75, Issues 1-2, pp 21-30, January 2011, doi: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2010.10.001.




  1. A diagnostic study of monsoon energetics for two contrasting years: Annales Geophysicae, 28, 2201-2212, doi: 10.5194/Angeo-28-2201-2010, December 2010.

  2. Impact of assimilation of conventional and satellite meteorological observations on the numerical simulation of a Bay of Bengal Tropical Cyclone of November 2008 near Tamilnadu using WRF Model: Meteorol and Atmospheric Physics, Vol 110, No 1-2, pp 19-44, doi 10.1007/s00703-010-0102-z, 4 November 2010.




  1. The influence of the Planetary Boundary Layer in the evolution of Hurricane Katrina using a mesoscale model” presented in the International Symposium for the Advanced Boundary Layer Remote Sensing (ISAR 2010), Paris (France) during 28-30 July, 2010.



  1. Numerical Simulation of a Monsoon Depression by using NCAR MM5 Mesoscale Model Proceedings of AP Akademi of Sciences. Vol. 13(2), 2009.




  1. The Role of Madden Julian Oscillation in the generation of tropical cyclones in the Indian Ocean” presented in the International Workshop on High-Resolution Climate modeling, ICTP, Trieste, Italy.10-14 August 2009.

  2. Upper air Circulations associated with two extreme epochs in the Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall”. Journal of Agro Meteorology, Special issue, pp 341-344. Vol 10, Part –II, 2008.




  1. In a changing climate weakening tropical easterly jet induces more violent tropical storms over the North Indian ocean’ Geophysical Research Letters,Vol.35,L15710, 2008. Published in NATURE as one of the Research Highlights of 2008.




  1. Numerical simulation of a Tropical Cyclone with Arakawa Schubert and Grell schemes”. Paper published in the Proceedings of AP Academy of Sciences, Hyderabad. Special issue on Climate Change, Vol 11(4), Dec 2007, pp 266- 273.



  1. The role of Physical parameterization in numerical simulation of a Deep depression using a Meso scale model. Paper presented at TROPMET 2006 Pune and published in Vayumandal, Vol 34, No 1-4, pp 104-119, 2009.

  2. Numerical Simulation of the Orissa Super Cyclone with the LMDZ General Circulation Model” Proceedings of Tsunamis and other Natural Coastal Hazards over India. pp 1-3, organized at Andhra University during 10-12, Dec 2005, Best paper Award

  3. Numerical Simulation of a Tropical Cyclone with the LMDZ Model’ Paper presented at the International Symposium on Natural hazards (INTROMET 2004) Feb 24-27 ,2004 Organized by the India Meteorological Society , Hyderabad

  4. The Role of Cumulus Convection in a Numerically Simulated Tropical Cyclone with LMDZ Model. Paper presented at the Indo French Conference on ‘Scale Interaction and Variability of Monsoon’. October 6-10, 2003, Munnar, Kerala, INDIA.




  1. Anomaly circulation patterns of Active and Weak southwest monsoon seasons of different regions of India, Promise 2003, Proceedings of International Conference on Monsoon Environments: Agriculture and Hydrological impacts of seasonal variability and climate change, 24-28 March, 2003, ICTP Trieste, Italy.




  1. Numerical Simulation with an Axi-Symmetric model of a Tropical Cyclone using Arakawa-Shubert and Grell schemes, Paper presented at the INDO-FRENCH Workshop on Climate Variability held at LMD, Paris, Dec 16-20, 2002.




  1. Anomaly circulation patterns of Active and Weak southwest monsoon seasons of North East India. Paper published in proceedings of pp 119-123, TROPMET 1999.




  1. Some GCM simulation studies of Summer Monsoon Rainfall and its Variability over Indian region, Journal of Applied Hydrology, pp 11-23, Vol.2, 1998.




  1. Tropical Cyclone Simulation with different convection schemes. Paper presented at INTROMET 1997, IIT Delhi December 2-5, 1997.




  1. Numerical Simulation Experiment of the Bay of Bengal Cyclone. 1993. Paper presented at the National Symposium Advances in Tropical Meteorology, Ed. R.K.Datta, India Meteorological Society, pp 35–39, 1996.




  1. A Numerical Simulation Study of the role of the Sea Surface Temperature in tropical cyclone circulation. Published in proceedings of Indian National Science and Academy. Special volume on Earth Sciences, pp 139-155, 1994.




  1. Some Numerical Modeling Experiments of Tropical Cyclone Circulation using Arakawa Schubert Cumulus Parameterization . Ph. D Thesis . Department of Meteorology & Oceanography Andhra University 1989.



  1. Numerical Experiments of the Tropical Cyclone with Arakawa Schubert cumulus parameterization scheme and inclusion of cumulus downdrafts. Pre-Print Volume, 8th conference on NWP, pp 844-847, Feb. 22 – 26, 1988.




  1. A case study of the genesis of a monsoon depression in the Bay of Bengal during Monsoon-77 experiment. Mausam, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp 387 – 394, 1987.


Recent collaborations: Collaboration with Indira Gandhi Atomic Research Center through a join project for issuing real time fore cast for tropical cyclones



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