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Ph.D Meteorology

Doctor of Philosophy in Meteorology

Are you holding a post-graduate degree in Meteorology and looking forward to pursuing higher studies? If yes then the open option for you is Ph.D. in Meteorology which is a doctorate degree available is many technical institutes in India and abroad. All the basic details like admissions, eligibility, duration, etc can be obtained from below.

Course Name: Ph.D Meteorology
Stream: Engineering
Course Category: General
Duration: 3-5 years


Meteorology is a sub-specialization or sub-discipline of atmospheric science. It focuses on the study of weather forecasting and different weather-related processes. The subject includes both the weather and climate-based studies in different aspects like dynamical, physical, chemical state of Earth’s atmosphere and various types of interactions between Earth’s surface and atmosphere. All these things affect the weather and climate directly or indirectly.
Ph.D. or Doctor of Philosophy is a degree which allows the candidates to perform their experiments and conduct their own research based on the available details.
The course is technical in nature hence it cannot be pursued through correspondence.


Ph.D. requires Post Graduate candidates who have completed Master of Engineering or Master of Technology in Meteorology from a reputed and registered institute and have secured at least 60% marks as an aggregate.
The age criteria need to be checked from the selected institute before submitting the application form to avoid the end moment rejection.

Ph.D Meteorology 2019 - 2020 Admissions/Application Enquiry


Ph.D Meteorology - Colleges & Admission Notifications

Find the list of colleges offering Ph.D Meteorology course. Check out individual college websites to know more about the admission for 2019 - 2020 academic year. You may download the application form and course details from the official college website.

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Air Force Administrative CollegeBharathiar UniversityTamil Nadu

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Admission Procedure

Admissions can be done in different ways for Ph.D. It can be done through entrance test for which candidates need to submit the application form for entrance test and then need to appear in the same.
Candidates performing well in tests can get admissions in top-ranked institutes and get paid their Ph.D. through stipends.
Some institutes also accept self-sponsored candidates.


The duration of this course is variable depending upon various factors including institute selected for Ph.D., the topic chosen for the course, etc. In most of the cases, it ranges between 3-5 years and can be extended after approval from the supervisor.

Further Study options

After successful completion of this course, candidates are highly skilled and experts to get a good and reputed job. Still, if a candidate wants to pursue higher studies, he or she can continue the research work in the form of Post Doctorate degree.

Course Highlights

The course starts with theoretical topics like observational techniques, radiation, details about weather and climates, mathematical and statistical methods, etc. Candidates also read out the available research details, published papers, etc to get an idea of what is already done in their field.
After that, they decide their topic and start their work. At the end of the course, they need to submit their thesis mentioned all their research work and the conclusion drawn from that.

Job aspects

These candidates can work in education and research institutes, in oil companies, agriculture sector, navy services, Earth and atmospheric science centers, etc very easily.

Ph.D Meteorology Admissions for 2019 - 2020 Academic Year

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