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    KBC 14: What is the full form of IMD, which falls under the purview of the Department of Ministry of Earth Sciences?

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    A) Indian Meteorological Department

    B) India Mathematical Department

    C) India Mechanical Department

    D) India Magical Department

    Answer: India Meteorological Department

    The India Meteorological Department, also known as the IMD, is a government agency that operates under the auspices of India's Ministry of Earth Sciences. It is the primary agency that is responsible for seismological observations, meteorological forecasts, and meteorological observations. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) runs hundreds of observation stations across India and Antarctica from its headquarters in Delhi. The following cities are home to regional offices: Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata, Nagpur, and Guwahati in addition to New Delhi.

    The International Meteorological Center is also one of the World Meteorological Organization's six Regional Specialized Meteorological Centres. It is in charge of forecasting tropical cyclones in the Northern Indian Ocean region, which includes the Malacca Straits, the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea, and the Persian Gulf, as well as giving them names and disseminating warnings about their impending arrival.

    Edmond Halley published his treatise on the Indian summer monsoon in the year 1686. In it, he proposed that the seasonal reversal of winds was caused by the differential heating of the Asian landmass and the Indian Ocean. Halley attributed this phenomenon to the fact that the winds would reverse seasonally. The British East India Company was responsible for the establishment of the world's first meteorological observatories, which were located in India. In 1785, the Calcutta Observatory was established, and in 1796 and 1826, respectively, the Madras Observatory and the Colaba Observatory were established. During the first half of the 19th century, various provincial governments in India established a number of additional observatories, which were located across the country.

    IMD became a member of the World Meteorological Organization after independence on 27 April 1949.

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    IMD

    INDIA METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

    Ministry of Earth Sciences

    INDIA METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT Ministry of Earth Sciences Government of India

    हिन्दी HOME

    DEPARTMENTAL WEBSITE

    ABOUT IMD

    About IMD

    History Mandate

    Organizational Structure

    IMD's Directory Ex DGM's of IMD

    Citizen's/Client's Charter

    PEOPLE

    People

    Hon’ble Minister

    Secretary MoES DGM IMD

    Senior Officers of IMD

    PUBLICATIONS

    Publications

    Rashtriya Panchang

    The Indian Astronomical Ephemeris

    Mausam Journal

    Observed Rainfall Trend over States

    CLIVAR Exchanges

    Severe Weather Reports

    IMD News मौसम मंजूषा IMD Brochure

    IMD Annual Report 2021

    Use of weather for power system operation

    FD 2022 POEM BOOK FD 2022 POSTER BOOK SOP

    SOP

    SOP for Aviation Meteorology

    SOP for EMRC SOP for GKMS

    SOP for Cyclone Warning

    SOP for Training

    SOP for Weather Forecasting & Warning Services

    SOP for Hydrometeorological Services

    SOP for NWP SERVICES

    Services

    Hydrometeorological Services in IMD

    Meteorological Services for Agriculture in India

    Meteorological Services for Civil Aviation in India

    SATMET Services IMD DWR Network

    Surface Meteorological Instrumentataion

    Upper Air Meteorological Instrumentataion

    Meteorological Telecommunication Services in IMD

    Environmental monitoring and service

    Positional Astronomy

    Meteorological Training Institute

    PRESS RELEASE

    Warnings

    Subdivision Wise District Wise

    Nowcast

    District Wise Station Wise

    Public Observations

    (Multi Indian Languages)

    Weather realized

    Specialized Forecasts

    IMD Mandate

    India Meteorological Department was established in 1875. It is the National Meteorological Service of the country and the principal government agency in all matters relating to meteorology and allied subjects.

    To take meteorological observations and to provide current and forecast meteorological information for optimum operation of weather-sensitive activities like agriculture, irrigation, shipping, aviation, offshore oil explorations, etc.

    To warn against severe weather phenomena like tropical cyclones, norwesters, duststorms, heavy rains and snow, cold and heat waves, etc., which cause destruction of life and property.

    To provide meteorological statistics required for agriculture, water resource management, industries, oil exploration and other nation-building activities.

    To conduct and promote research in meteorology and allied disciplines.

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    KBC 14: What is the full form of IMD, which falls under the purview of the Department of Ministry of Earth Sciences?

    Options:

    A) Indian Meteorological Department

    B) India Mathematical Department

    C) India Mechanical Department

    D) India Magical Department

    Answer: India Meteorological Department

    The India Meteorological Department, also known as the IMD, is a government agency that operates under the auspices of India's Ministry of Earth Sciences. It is the primary agency that is responsible for seismological observations, meteorological forecasts, and meteorological observations. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) runs hundreds of observation stations across India and Antarctica from its headquarters in Delhi. The following cities are home to regional offices: Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata, Nagpur, and Guwahati in addition to New Delhi.

    The International Meteorological Center is also one of the World Meteorological Organization's six Regional Specialized Meteorological Centres. It is in charge of forecasting tropical cyclones in the Northern Indian Ocean region, which includes the Malacca Straits, the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea, and the Persian Gulf, as well as giving them names and disseminating warnings about their impending arrival.

    Edmond Halley published his treatise on the Indian summer monsoon in the year 1686. In it, he proposed that the seasonal reversal of winds was caused by the differential heating of the Asian landmass and the Indian Ocean. Halley attributed this phenomenon to the fact that the winds would reverse seasonally. The British East India Company was responsible for the establishment of the world's first meteorological observatories, which were located in India. In 1785, the Calcutta Observatory was established, and in 1796 and 1826, respectively, the Madras Observatory and the Colaba Observatory were established. During the first half of the 19th century, various provincial governments in India established a number of additional observatories, which were located across the country.

    IMD became a member of the World Meteorological Organization after independence on 27 April 1949.

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    About Our Ministry

    भारत सरकार GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

    पृथ्वी विज्ञान मंत्रालय

    Ministry of Earth Sciences

    About Our Ministry

    The Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), under the Government of India, is mandated to provide services for weather, climate, ocean and coastal state, hydrology, seismology, and natural hazards; to explore and harness marine living and non-living resources in a sustainable manner for the country and to explore the three poles of the Earth (Arctic, Antarctic and Himalayas).

    MoES was formerly the Department of Ocean Development (DOD), which was created in July 1981 as a part of the Cabinet Secretariat directly under the charge of the Prime Minister of India. It came into existence as a separate department in March 1982. The erstwhile DOD functioned as a nodal institution for organizing, coordinating and promoting ocean development activities in the country. The Government of India notified DOD as the Ministry of Ocean Development in February 2006.

    In July 2006, the Ministry of Ocean Development was reorganized by the Government of India vide Presidential notification into the new Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES). This brought the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Delhi, the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pune, and National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF), Noida under the purview of MoES administration. The Government also approved the setting up of Earth Commission on the pattern of Space Commission (government department responsible for administration of the Indian space program) and Atomic Energy Commission (governing body of the Department of Atomic Energy).

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