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Main areas of research interest are the tectonic evolution and metallogeny in the Himalaya, Mahakoshal Group and Aravalli terrain in Rajasthan, and active tectonics as decipherable through geomorphic studies. Presently working on a major research project dealing with the application of hyperspectral remote sensing as applicable to mineral exploration, funded by the Department of Science & Technology, Government of India. Teaching Areas include economic geology and ore genesis, ore microscopy, plate tectonics, remote sensing applications in mineral exploration. Published articles and research papers in widely read journals viz., Science Reporter, Current Science, the Indian Journal of Earth Sciences, Journal of the Geological Survey of India, Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing, Journal of Environmental Research and Development, etc. Maintains a website at http://www.geol-amu.org through which lecture notes, handouts, exercises and other resource material, including maps and vector datasets usable by researchers are made available to the student community.