Govada Dyvasirvadam (born 28 March 1951) is the Bishop of Krishna-Godavari Diocese in the Church of South India (CSI) (incorporating Anglicans, Methodists, and Presbyterians).
St. Andrew's Cathedral in Machilipatnam is the seat of the Bishop-in-Krishna Godavari.
Earlier, in 1998, Dyvasirvadam was elected as the General Secretary of the CSI, the youngest ever in the church's history.
Dyvasirvadam was also a member of the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches headquartered in Geneva. as well as a member of the General Committee of the Christian Conference of Asia headquartered in Thailand.
Dyvasirvadam was born on 28 March 1951 in Challapalli in Krishna District. He was the tenth child of his parents, Rev. Govada Devamani and Smt. Suguna Sundaram. Schooling was in Krishna and West Godavari districts. He had been an alma mater of Sreemanthu Raja Higher Secondary School, Challapalli in Krishna District and the Municipal School in Eluru in West Godavari District.
He later did his college studies in A.V.N. College (established in 1860), one of the oldest institutes in Visakhapatnam.