Friday, December 30, 2011

Why in my pen drive the folder change into its shortcut?

Hey Guys!! I want to share something!!

Many times You face this problem!! You insert your pendrive in computer and You see that your all important folders convert into shortcut form!! You are unable to see ur matters!! Then what to do?? U format it?? No No....

First you take out ur matters from your pen drive!! But how search the matter??? No No..

Just follow these easy steps..

1.Click on "Start" -->Run-->type cmd and click on OK.

2.Here I assume your pendrive as G:

3.Enter this command.

4.attrib -h -r -s /s /d g:\*.*

5.Note : Replace the letter g with your flash drive letter.

Now check for your files in Pen Drive.

You will see that your all shortcut formed folder get back in normal condition!! But still the shortcut copy present with its original folder name!! No problem.. Just delete these crap folder!!!

OK Ok!!!!

Thank You!! Like if it works!! Mera to theek ho gya!! Ab aap bhi aazma lijiye!!

Thursday, October 6, 2011



The term holocrystalline is used when a rock is composed entirely of crystals. This type of texture is characteristic of deep seated or plutonic igneous rock, e.g. GRANITE


The term hemicrystalline is used when a rock is composed partly of crystals and partly of glass. This is characteristic of rock which has consolidated on or near the surface e.g. Volcanic rocks.


The term holohyalline is used when a rock consists wholly of glass. This type of texture is restricted to volcanic and hypabyssal rock occurring at the immediate contact which the country rock, e.g. Obsidian.


This is holocrystalline equigranular texture in which the minerals are of approximately same size and majority of the crystal are anhedral in shape, e.g. Aplite.


This is a type of holocrystalline, equigranular texture in which the minerals are approximately same size and majority of the minerals are sub-hedral e.g. Granite.


This is a type of holocrystalline, equigranular texture in which the minerals are of approximately same size and majority of crystals are euhedral in shape, e.g. Lamprophyre.


This is a type of inequigranular texture (which is characterized by marked difference in grain size of minerals) in which larger crystals, known as phenocrysts, are embedded in a fine – grained ground mass, e.g. Basalt, Andesite, and Rhyolite.


This is a variety of in-equigranular, porphyritic texture in which larger crystals, known as phenocrysts are embedded in a cryptocrystalline ground mass.


This is variety of inequigranular porphyritic texture in which larger crystals known as phenocrysts are embedded in a glassy ground mass e.g. Basalt.


This is a type of holocrystalline inequigranular (marked difference in grain size) texture and the term implying the occurrence of number of oriented or un-oriented crystals, totally enclosed within a large crystal.


This is a special case of poikilitic texture in which plates of Augite enclose numerous thin laths of plagioclase. This is the characteristic texture of the rock known as Dolerite.


This texture is similar to ophitic but in this case fine laths of plagioclase are partially enclosed in Augite crystal.


Clastic texture results from the accumulation of detrital particles. It is characterized by point contents between (grains) and associated intergranular spaces.


Non-Clastic texture are dominated by the crystalline texture results from the crystallization within or at the surface of sediments and are characterized by an interlocking crystal mosaic.


The texture is characterized by Prismatic content acicular minerals. Quartz usually is associated with these minerals. All the above minerals show a parallel array among each. Rock other showing schistose texture is called schist.


This texture is characterized by distinct bandings of light (quartz, feldspars, muscovite etc.) and dark (hornblende, biotite, hypersthenes, garnet) colour minerals. In addition to compositional banding it may contain streaks, lines of quartz and / or plagioclase. Rock exhibiting gneissose texture is called gneiss.


The texture is characterized by predominance of equidimentional minerals such as Quartz, Feldspar, Pyroxene and Calcite etc.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Masti Start!!!!

हे शैतान मित्रों!! कैसे हो? मई तो यहाँ BHU में पास हो गया और फिर से मस्ती के मूड में आ रहा हूँ!!! I got passed with BACK BERRY!! Dekho bahi maine thodi thodi padhai bhi chaaloo kar di hai , to dua karo ki mai paas ho jaun is baar with no berry ke saath.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Life for no thing!!!

Hey I am here in BHU these time with my sisters for their entrance exam. But what about myself I have been here starving for good marks since last year and still there is no reason found for my good marks. What should I do for it... I am still karing Bakwaas for my future and aiming for nothing.. In these summer I had planned to do many things but still I have not thouched my books yet I am BACK HOLDER.
I want to do somthing good for my career but I am perplexed to do what?? I am still in dileema and trying to do. But theses are only my thinking. Ya extra thinking is problem for me. But I am stiill Thinking. This makes me unhappy and hopeless. I am unable to find my reight way. When I am happy? I am always thinking about this. Perhaps when success comes to my way. I am Day Dreamer. And this is the main problem. Sapne to bahut dekhte hain hum, Sapne to bahut dekhte hain hum, Per in sapno me jaan dalne ka aukaad hume na mili abhi tak!!!!
Ya my condition at this time is like this!!!! :(

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

कुछ मज़ा कुछ सज़ा!!!

हेय दोस्तों कैसे हो? मैं तो नचता टपता मजे कर रिया हूँ. वैसे ये गर्मी की छुट्टी में मैंने बहुत कुछ करने की सोची है पर कितना कर पाता हूँ नहीं पता. पर कुछ तो करना है!!!

चलो आज मै अपने ब्लॉग पर आप लोगों के लिए अगले सेमेस्टर का सेलेबस खास तौर पर PMG लोगों के लिए है!!

MTB 301 Differential Equations
Credits : 3


Ordinary differential equations of first order: initial and boundary conditions, homogeneous

equations, linear equations, Exact differential Equation. First order higher degree equations

solvable for x, y, p. Singular solution and envelopes.

Linear differential equations with constant coefficients, homogeneous linear differential

equations, linear differential equations of second order with variable coefficients.

Series solutions of differential equations. Bessel and Legendre equations. Bessel and Legendre


Recommended Books:

1. Gorakh Prasad, Integral Calculus, Pothishala Private Ltd. Allahabad.

2. S. Balachandra Rao & H.R. Anuradha, Differential Equations with Applications and

Programmes, University Press, Hyderabad, 1996.

3. R.S. Senger, Ordinary Differential Equations with Integration, Prayal Publ. 2000.

4. D.A. Murray, Introductory Course in Differential Equations, Orient Longman (India),


5. E.A. Codington, An Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations, Prentice Hall of

India, 1961.

6. B.Rai, D.P.Choudhary,Ordinary Differential Equations, Narosa Publ. 2004.


MTB 302 Tensor &Geometry Credits : 3


Contravariant and Covariant vectors, Transformation formulae, Symmetric and Skew

symmetric properties, Contraction of tensors, Quetient law.

Polar equation of a conic, Sphere, Cone, Cylinder, Paraboloids, Central Conicoids.

Recommended Books:

1 Barry Spain, Tensor Calculus, Radha Publ. House Calcutta,1988.

2 R.S. Mishra, A Course in Tensors with Applications to Reimannian Geometry.

Pothishala Pvt. Ltd, Allahabad.

3 R.J.T. Bell, Elementary Treatise on Co-ordinate geometry of three dimensions,

Macmillan India Ltd., 1994.

4 Shanti Narayan, Analytical Solid Geometry, S. Chand & Company, New Delhi.







Section – A: Petrology

Unit-1: Igneous Petrology

Magma and its composition; Phase rule application to H2O system; Common textures; Magmatic

differentiation and assimilation; Introduction to mineralogical classification; Brief petrographic

description of common igneous rocks (granite, diorite, syenite, gabbro, dolerite, basalt, rhyolite,

trachyte, pyroxenite and peridotite)

Unit-2: Sedimentary Petrology

Weathering and denudation of supra-crustal rocks; Origin of clastic and nonclastic sediments and

genesis of sedimentary rocks; Primary sedimentary structures; Elementary idea about texture and mineral composition of clastic and nonclastic sedimentary rocks; General classification of

sedimentary rocks; Descriptive petrography of fundamental rock types such as - conglomerate,

breccia, sandstone, limestone and shale.

Unit-3: Metamorphic Petrology

Definition, types and agents of metamorphism; Classification of metamorphic rocks; Metamorphic

textures and structures; Metamorphic zones and isogrades; Progressive, regional and thermal

metamorphism of pelitic, calcareous and basic igneous rocks; Common metamorphic rocks and their protoliths as given below:

slate, phyllite, schist, gneiss, hornfels, marble, quartzite.

Section – B: Economic Geology


Definition of ore, ore mineral and gangue; Classification of ore deposits; Chemical composition,

diagnostic characters, uses and distribution in India of the following minerals:

magnetite, hematite, chromite, psilomalane, pyrolusite, chalcopyrite, galena, sphalerite, native gold, magnesite, bauxite, pyrite, diamond, muscovite, beryl, fluorite, gypsum, barite, halite, phosphorite, talc, kyanite, graphite, asbestos, monazite and corundum; Elementary idea regarding origin, uses and distribution of coal and petroleum in India.

Books Recommended:

Petrology and Economic Geology

Best, Myron G.(2002): Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology, Blackwell Science.

Blatt, H. and Tracy, R.J. (1996): Petrology (Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic), W.H. Freeman and Co., NewYork.

Brown, C. and Dey, A.K. (1955): Indian Mineral Wealth, Oxford Univ.

Ehlers, E.G. & Blatt, H (1982): Igneous, Sedimentary and Metamorphic Petrology, CBS Publ.

Huang: (1962): Petrology, McGraw Hill Book Co.

Jense, M.L., Bateman, and A.M. (1981): Economic Mineral Deposits, John Wiley and Sons.

Krishnaswamy, S. (1979): India's Minerals Resources, Oxford and IBH Publ.

Nockold, Knox and Chinner (1978): Petrology for students, Cambridge Univ. Press.

Sharma, N.L. and Ram, K.V.S. (1972): Introduction to India's Economic Minerals, Dhanbad Publ.

Winkler, H. G.F. (1967): Petrogenesis of Metamorphic Rocks, Springer–Verlag.


GLB302: Practicals


Megascopic and microscopic study of the following rock types:

granite, syenite, nepheline syenite, diorite, gabbro, peridotite, rhyolite, trachyte, dolerite, basalt,

sandstone, limestone, conglomerate, breccia, gneiss, schist, quartzite, marble.

Economic Geology

Study of ore and economic minerals in hand specimens as detailed in the theory syllabus; Preparation of maps showing distribution of important metallic and non-metallic deposits and important coal and oil fields of India.




BSC 08A: Statistics – I

Descriptive Statistics

Nature and scope of Statistics: Measurement scales, primary and secondary data, Methods of

Collection of primary data, methods of data representation, text, tabular, diagrammatic and

graphical representation.

Frequency distribution and principles governing their representation, graphical representation

of frequency distributions.

Measures of central tendency and their properties, uses and limitations, partition values:

quartiles, deciles and percentiles.

Dispersion and its various measures with their properties and uses, coefficient of variation.

Central and raw moments up to fourth order, skewness, kurtosis and their measures.

Bivariate Data: Scatter diagram, correlation, product moment correlation coefficient,

regression lines and their uses, rank correlation, concept of multiple correlation and partial

correlation in case of three variables.

Concept of probability, classical and statistical definition of probability, additive and

multiplicative theorems of probability, conditional probability and Baye's theorem.

Random variable: Elementary idea of probability mass function, probability density function

and distribution function.

Binomial, Poisson and normal distributions with their properties and applications.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Oh Shit!! Saali Semester ka rachas aaaaaaaaaaaaaa rha hai!!

हे भगवान् मेरा तो चमत्कार हो रहा है. साली BHU का Sem. खोपड़ी पे अ गया हियो और मेरी तो बंद बज गयी है?? तैयारी?? ०% शून्य . हर दिन बस कुछ गड़बड़ हो रहा है. अब तो उपर वाला ही मालिक है.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Thgoda Gummi ho jaye!!!

हे भाई लोग कैसे हो!!! Me here may be ??? God knows I am fine!!! But by the way I am fine here and काटिंग मस्ती here!! Oh haan Our Geology Tour had gone to Mirzapur in Cunaar ki pahadi and also Sidhnath ki Dari...
This was our field work tour and learned how to take Dip & Strike in real way on the rocks...
So, on 20 Feb. 2011 We had to wake up early in the   morning means early 5 o' clock and went to Department and wait for our sir on 7 o' clock but our Gaddi was released on about 8:30am. But our gaddi was so Khataara for challing and so chota!! Grrrrr. :-/

So, our gaddi chal padi through BHU ki kandaraun se MMV ki jannat wali galiyon se aur oh shit!!! Lanka,, Lanka ki shor bhari traffic se!!! aage our gaddi mudi to Ramnagar wale road per!! Aage aaya BHU ka Sthpana Sthal.. As I have already told You our Bus was So khatara.. isliye we are jheling many problems mainly Dust and Dhua.. Next our Gaddi came on the main road and we are start to shout out in the bus and karing so many fun!! aage we reached to Chunar ki phadi and there our halat is going to kharaab on riding on the pahaadi of Chunar. There we were to freshen up. Oye means We were going to halka... aage our sir were calling to do our work!! Grr They thought us how to take Dip and Strike on the cross bedding plane!!!! But we did not understan what they said... Now our kaam was first to pooching others brilliant baccha log se that what we had to do.. ohh after hart effort we got to the manner to take Dip, Dip Direction and Strike direction from Clinometer compass. Butr when we know asli cheez, the time was over!!!
Now patking our matha we were ready to go to Windham Fall as our teachers said.. So utrin frm Phadi se me first karing thoda petahi and going to bus.. our gaddi going to ooper aur ooper.. and lastly we reached our destination.. There we kudin on pathar which were Sandstone...

Karing so kasrat mane पहाड़ पैर चढ़ना और फिर उतरना बहुत कठिन काम होता है. Well that was so incredible!!!!!!!!! Next what I say to You bas maza aa gaya!!

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Wow!! We met Mr. Rahul Gandhi!! But Something Not feel good in here!!!

हेल्लो मेरे दोस्तों!! मेरे को आज न कुछ लिखने मन कर रहा है. अरे बात ये है की कल हमारे University में राहुल गाँधी आये थे. अच्छा तो हम लोग भी invited  थे तो चल दिए अपनी क्लास मिस कर के उनसे मिलने. पर उनसे मिलने के लिए हमे इतनी जिल्लत उठानी पड़ी की पूछो मत. कहा गया की सर पे काली टोपी भी न हो तभी अन्दर गुसने को मिलेगा. तो भाई  हमे तो अपनी टोपी  भी उतार के फेकनी पड़ी. फिर वो १:३० घंटे का इंतज़ार और बाद में लड़कों का ill mannered  तरीके सा चिल्लाना और तब जाके राहुल गाँधी  का आना. Personality तो थी गज़ब की क्योंकि एक पीस के लिए इतनी तगड़ी सुरक्षा. और जब वो आयें तो तालियों की gargarahat से भर उठी. But आईटी के बच्चों का जानवरों जैसा चिलाना सबसे खराब लगा. वैसे उनका भासन तो ठीक ही लगा. lekin युवा shakti के लिए तो Education तो सबसे बुनयादी चीज़ है. लेकिन इस बुनियाद में कमी है तो युवा shakti कैसे आगे बढे? बात kie जाये इस Education सिस्टम तो ये हमे knowledge तो देता है लेकिन Moral values को गायब कर दे रहा है. आज के युवा पढाई में तो आगे हैं लेकिन उनका attitude  तो जानवरों से भी बुरा होता है. और यही बात हमने दिखा दिया राहुल गाँधी को. क्योंकि उनके सामने ही बच्चे लोग इतना चिल्ला रहे थे की ये कोई सब्जी मंदी में आ गये हों. लेकिन उनका तो कहेना था ही यदि इस देश को change करना है तो हमें राजनीति में युवा लोगों ही जरुरत है. लेकिन क्या राहुल जी आप नहीं जानते हैं की यदि aise युवा राजनीति में आयें तो हमारा देश ही का क्या होगा वो तो राम ही जाने. तो जरूरत है हमे इस बुनयादी शिक्षा में परिवर्तन करना पड़ेगा. बच्चा क्या बन्ना चाहता  है ये हमे वो sikhaye  लेकिन क्या बनना चाहिये ये बात इस शिक्षा से सीखने को मिलती है जो की गलत है. चलो बात तो बहुत हो गयी. अब बात करते हैं अरे कहाँ थे? ओह तो राहुल जी अपना भाषण ख़तम किया और बच्चे लोग भागे बहार. और तोड़ दिया दरवाजा. दिखा दिया उनको की हम भारत के नंबर एक University में padhte  हैं....

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Happy New Year 2011...

Hello My fantasy friends!! Firstly Wish You all A VERY VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR 2011. Hope This New Year will be really new and also fresh.
Filhaal apni to recovery period hai after 1st semester ke exam ke bhayanak sadme ke baad.
But I am determine to do new in next semester sothat my new become really new!!!!