Mr. Rajeevan. K

Junior Research Fellow, Atmospheric Processes (AtP)

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M.Sc. : 2008. Meteorology from the Department of Atmospheric Science, Cochin University of Science & Technology (CUSAT)

Professional career:

2008-09: Project Fellow in UGC-SAP project at CUSAT
2009-10: Project Assistant, CAOS, IISc, Bangalore
2010-13: JRF, Centre for Atmospheric Science, IIT Delhi.
2013-14: Project Fellow, Kerala Agricultural University,Trissur
2014-present: JRF, Atmospheric Processes (AtP) Group, NCESS ,Trivandrum


  • First User Scientists Workshop on the Application of Stratosphere -Troposphere Wind Profiler Radar 9-10 February 2017, ACARR, CUSAT, Cochin.
  • National workshop on Changing Atmospheric composition and its Role in modulating climate change, 16 November 2015, DAS, CUSAT.
  • National workshop on Characteristics of Monsoon factors Responsible for Contrasting Features 11-12 Dec 2014 CUSAT.
  • SERC School on Dynamics and forecasting of Indian Summer Monsoon 27 June-20 July 2011, IIT Delhi.

Research Interest:

Air pollution meteorology, Monsoon

Achievements & Awards:

  1. CSIR-UGC- JRF/NET (2009)

Membership in Professional Bodies

  1. Indian Meteorological Society (IMS), Cochin chapter


  1. Sumesh R K, Resmi E A, Unnikrishnan C K, Dharmadas Jash, Sreekanth, T S, Mol Resmi M C, Rajeevan K, Nita S, Ramachandran K K, 2019, Microphysical aspects of tropical rainfall during Bright Band events at mid and high-altitude regions over Southern Western Ghats, India. Atmospheric Research, 227 178–197. (IF:3.7).
  2. K. Rajeevan, R. K. Sumesh and E. A. Resmi. 2017. Characteristics of black carbon and influence of meteorology over a tropical coastal station Thiruvananthapuram, India. Proceedings of 29th edition of Kerala Science Congress, 469-481.
  3. Rajeevan, K. and Sumesh, R. K. 2016. Diurnal and Seasonal variation of Atmospheric CO2 over Trivandrum, India, International Journal of Current Research, 8, (02), 26085-26092.