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Structure and working of Human Eye- Video

The human eye is an organ which reacts to light and pressure. As a sense organ, the mammalian eye allows vision. Human eyes help provide a three dimensional, moving image, normally coloured in daylight. Rod and cone cells in the retina allow conscious light perception and vision including color differentiation and the perception of depth. The human eye can differentiate between about 10 million colors and is possibly capable of detecting a single photon.


Application For Student- MeroSpark

MeroSpark – Notes on your hand; an offline platform for Nepalese students studying in +2 (HSEB) as well as Bachelor’s level to learn from their smartphones. The app is customized for 100% OFFLINE use so that students can read even if there isn’t access to internet.




If you are looking for quiz question , then you are welcome to!  Here are some interesting collections of Quiz questions  related on various fields.

  1. According to the latest declaration made by the government there only one Metropolitan city and 12 sub-metropolitan cities. Now tell the total number of municipalities of Nepal.
    – 217
  1. How many district of Nepal do not have municipalities?
    – 5
  1. The religious places like Satasidham, Barah Chettra and Resunga are located in Jhapa, Sunsari and Gulmi. Now tell in which district is Chaughera Pith located.
    – Dang
  1. When was Legal Act of Nepal-2004 (Baidhanik Kanun) declared?
    – In 2004 BS [By Padma Shamsher]

Lateral Shift – Note Class 11

Lateral Shift

When a ray of light incident on a glass slab then emergent ray coming out of the slab will be parallel to initial direction of incident ray.

The Perpendicular distance between emergent ray and initial direction of incident ray is called Lateral Shift.

It is denoted by delta “δ” .



Common physics notations

Here’s The collection Some Symbols That we use in Physics.

 Name symbol
uppercase lowercase
English name Uppercase Lowercase Unicode Decimal value
alpha Α α 0913 0945
beta Β β, ϐ 0914 0946, 0976
gamma Γ γ 0915 0947
delta Δ, ∆ δ 0916, 8710 0948
epsilon Ε ε, ϵ 0917 0949, 1013
zeta Ζ ζ 0918 0950
eta Η η 0919 0951
theta Θ, ϴ θ, ϑ 0920, 1012 0952, 0977
iota Ι ι 0921 0953
kappa Κ κ, ϰ 0922 0954, 1008
lambda Λ λ 0923 0955
mu Μ μ, µ 0924 0956, 0181
nu Ν ν 0925 0957
xi Ξ ξ 0926 0958
omicron Ο ο 0927 0959
pi Π, ∏ π, ϖ 0928 0960, 0982
rho Ρ ρ, ϱ 0929 0961, 1009
sigma Σ, ∑ σ, ς* 0931, 8721 0963, 0962*
tau Τ τ 0932 0964
upsilon Υ υ 0933, 0978 0965
phi Φ φ, ϕ 0934 0966, 0981
chi Χ χ 0935 0967
psi Ψ ψ 0936 0968
omega Ω, Ω ω 0937, 8486 0969
* There are two variants of lowercase sigma. The second is used only at the end of Greek words and (to the best of my knowledge) never as a symbol by itself.
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