Dr. Gajendra Sharma
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Dr. Gajendra Sharma

Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Kathmandu University, Nepal

Highest Degree
PostDoc. in Technology Management and Ethics from Dalian University of Technology, China

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Dr. Gajendra Sharma completed doctoral degree in Information Systems Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, China. He received the degree of Masters of Engineering in Electronics and Communication in 1997 from Moscow Technical University of Telecommunication and Informatics, Russia. During the following years, he was employed in different IT companies and corporate organizations in Nepal as a professional engineer. He had also worked in a managerial and academic position in different companies and engineering institutions. He also served as a chief of engineering campus in Nepal for six years from 2005 to 2011. Besides managerial and technical work experience, he has been engaged in academic activities for more than twenty years. His research and teaching interest is focused on information systems, e-commerce (including e-business), strategic management of information technology (IT), IT adoption, design and evaluation of IT infrastructure, strategic management of IT as well as e-governance and ethics. Moreover, he has research interest on crisis and emergency management. He published research papers in some of the top-tier information systems and IT journals such as Information Systems Frontiers, Internet Research, Information Technology and People, Telecommunications Policy, International Journal of Web Based Communities and Electronic Commerce Research. He published more than 100 papers on information systems and technology in international journals and conference proceedings. He is a reviewer and technical editor of a number of peer review journals relating to information systems and IT. He worked in Liaoning Technical University, China at the department of Information Systems as an Associate Professor from 2011-2014. He completed postdoctoral research on IT Management (e-governance and ethics) from Dalian University of Technology, China coordinating with Delft University of Technology, Netherlands. In the meantime, he has been working in Kathmandu University, Nepal.

Area of Interest:

Computer Sciences
Communication Networks
Information Technology

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Sharma G. and R. Shrestha, 2020. Analysis of card management and associated operational risk in banks of Nepal. Int. J. Adv. Technol. Eng. Explor., 7: 93-101.
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  2. Sharma, G., 2019. Review on cloud gaming frameworks. COJ Sci., 2: 1-4.
  3. Sharma, G., 2019. An effective framework on online government service for smart city. Int. J. Pub. Administration Manage. Res., 5: 80-88.
  4. Sharma, G. and S. Anmol, 2019. Modified bully algorithm incorporating the concept of election commission. Integr. J. Conf. Proc., 4: 8-10.
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  5. Sharma, G. and R. Amrita, 2019. A review on open source solution for cloud computing. J. Bus. Sch., 2: 1-6.
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  6. Sharma, G. and M. Ghanshyam, 2019. An empirical assessment of service quality and customer preference of cellular service providers in Nepal. Int. J. Excellence Innov. Dev., 1: 40-54.
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  7. Sharma, G. and J. Subhadra, 2019. Computer programming comp103: Who does better? J. Appl. Sci., 2: 1-5.
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  8. Sharma G., S. Shakya and L.B.R. Thapa, 2019. Distributed multimedia system for distance education. J. Inst. Eng., 15: 14-24.
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  9. Gautam, G. and S. Gajendra, 2019. Internet protocol address assignment in internet of things for smart city development. Int. J. Adv. Eng., 2: 1-5.
  10. Sharma, G., 2018. Performance analysis of vehicle number plate recognition system using template matching techniques. J. Inform. Technol. Software Eng., 8: 1-9.
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  11. Sharma, G., 2018. Information technology acceptance and e-business adoption in organizations. Adv. Bus. Manage., 15: 47-78.
  12. Sharma, G. and Y. Ankita, 2018. Fault tolerance in real time distributed system. Rev. Comput. Eng. Res., 5: 20-24.
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  13. Sharma, G. and S. Rabin, 2018. Intelligent class scheduler in Kathmandu University. J. Manage. Res., 10: 17-26.
  14. Sharma, G. and S. Binay, 2018. Comparison of routing protocols in-terms of packet transfer having IPV6 address using packet tracer. Eng. Technol. Open Access J., 2: 1-5.
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  15. Sharma, G. and P.B. Mahesh, 2018. Implementing E-Learning in far western region of Nepal. Rev. Knowl. Econ., 5: 1-20.
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  16. Sharma, G. and M.A. Roshan, 2018. A study of social engineering based attacks in kathmandu university to propose a conceptual framework. Int. J. Manage. Inform. Technol., 3: 1-9.
  17. Sharma, G. and K.M. Santosh, 2018. Simulation of twelve different spi approaches for countries with SMEs as of in Nepal. NEA Tech. J., 30: 34-42.
  18. Sharma, G. and G.M. Ashok, 2018. Emerging E-Threats and data security model for organizations in Nepal. COJ Tech. Sci. Res., 1: 1-16.
  19. Sharma, G. and A. Sapan, 2018. Use of virtual machine for distributed computing in sensor grids. Eng. Technol., 2: 1-3.
  20. Banepali, R.M., S. Subarna and S. Gajendra, 2018. Network analysis in relationship dynamics and digital social identity in youths. J. Inst. Eng., 13: 225-231.
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  21. Banepal, R.M., S. Subarna and S. Gajendra, 2018. Preventive digital diplomacy in international relations in future. Int. J. Comput. Sci. Mobile Comput., 7: 14-19.
  22. Sharma, G., 2017. Service quality, satisfaction and loyalty on online marketing: An empirical investigation. Global J. Manage. Bus. Res., 17: 56-66.
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  23. Sharma, G., 2017. Effective and efficient health care delivery: A cloud computing approach. Tech. J. Nepal Eng. Assoc., 64: 68-76.
  24. Sharma, G., 2017. Adoption of cloud computing in Nepal. Int. J. Distrib. Cloud Comput., 5: 1-11.
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  25. Sharma, G. and R. Manandhar, 2017. Land use change in Banepa municipality. J. Saf. Crisis Manage., 7: 33-39.
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  26. Sharma, G. and G.N. Bhujel, 2017. An assessment on cadastral map update technologies in Nepal. Crisisonomy, 13: 133-142.
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  27. Shakya, S., G. Sharma and K.B. Thapa, 2017. State education system with e-learning in Nepal: Impact and challenges. J. Inst. Eng., 13: 10-19.
  28. Sharma, G., 2016. Strategy for Technology and Innovation in Global Perspective. J. Appl. Inf. Sci., 4: 1-7.
  29. Sharma, G., 2016. Big data for new industrialization and urbanization development: A case study in Chinese cities. Int. J. Eng. Res. Applic., 6: 45-53.
  30. Sharma, G. and M. Pokharel, 2016. The strategic role of information technology in E-government: A case of Nepal. Int. J. e-Bus. e-Govt. Stud., 8: 19-39.
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  31. Sharma, G. and D.R. Sharma, 2016. A methodology for e-Readiness Computation using Divide,Predict and Conquer Approach. J. Inst. Eng., 11: 143-150.
  32. Sharma, G., 2015. Nepal earthquake 2015: Lesson learned and mechanisms of reducing disaster risk. J. Saf. Crisis Manage., 5: 22-31.
  33. Sharma, G., 2015. Crisis and disaster risk management: A case of Nepal earthquake. J. Saf. Crisis Manage., 5: 23-31.
  34. Sharma, G. and W. Lijuan, 2015. Online service quality of e-commerce websites on user satisfaction. Electron. Library, 33: 468-485.
  35. Sharma, G. and P. Kharal, 2015. E-participation concept and web 2.0 in E-government. General Scient. Res., 3: 1-4.
  36. Sharma, G., S. Shakya and P. Kharel, 2014. Technology acceptance perspectives on user satisfaction and trust of E-government adoption. J. Applied Sci., 14: 860-872.
  37. Sharma, G., B. Xi and P. Li, 2014. Public participation and ethical issues on E-governance: A study perspective in Nepal. Electron J. E-Govern., 12: 82-96.
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  38. Sharma, G., 2014. Transforming open access scholarly publishing and scientific delivery: Challenges and ppportunities in Asian Regions. Res. J. Inf. Technol., 6: 413-426.
  39. Sharma, G., 2014. Public participation and institutionalism analysis in E-governance. Prog. Mach. Syst., 3: 43-52.
  40. Sharma, G., 2014. Information technology and E-commerce adoption in organizations: Current practices and future strategies. Adv. Manage. Sci., 3: 17-28.
  41. Sharma, G., 2014. E-government, E-participation and challenging issues: A case study. Int. J. Comput. Internet Manage., 22: 32-44.
  42. Sharma, G. and W. Lijuan, 2014. Ethical perspectives on e-commerce: An empirical investigation. Int. Res., 24: 414-435.
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  43. Sharma, G., Y. Qiang, S. Wenjun and L. Qi, 2013. Communication in virtual world: Second life and business opportunities. Inf. Syst. Front., 15: 677-694.
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  44. Sharma, G., S. Shakya and X. Bao, 2013. E-participation in digital government and ethical issues: A study perception in Nepal. Proceedings of the 13th National Convention of Engineers Culminating Engineers Vision and Wisdom for Connecting Transition to the Prosperous Future, April 28-30, 2013, Kathmandu, Nepal, pp: 275-281.
  45. Sharma, G., 2013. Disaster and crisis management system in Nepal: Problems and prospects. J. Saf. Crisis Manage., 3: 41-49.
  46. Sharma, G. and X. Bao, 2013. Ethics in E-government and public participation in developing countries. Inf. Technol. Dev. Count., Vol. 23. .
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  47. Sharma, G. and L. Baoku, 2013. Customer satisfaction in web 2.0 and information technology development. Inform. Technol. People, 26: 347-367.
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  48. Yang, J., L. Wang and G. Sharma, 2012. E-marketing strategies for smes in huludao china. Int. Confer. Technol. Manage., 21: 99-102.
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  49. Sharma, G., X. Bao and W. Qian, 2012. Public attitude, service delivery and bureaucratic reform in e-government: A conceptual framework. Inform. Technol. J., 11: 1544-1552.
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  50. Sharma, G., X. Bao and W. Qian, 2012. Empirical investigation on adoption of e-governance services in developing countries and ethical issues. Int. J. Advan. Res. Comput. Sci. Software Engine., 2: 19-27.
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  51. Sharma, G., L. Baoku and W. Lijuan, 2012. Second Life and E-marketing in an online social network: The implementation in China marketing. Int. J. China Market., 2: 38-59.
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  52. Sharma, G., L. Baoku and W. Lijuan, 2012. Online marketing in second life virtual world. Asian J. Market., 6: 10-15.
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  53. Sharma, G. and L. Baoku, 2012. E-marketing on online social networks and ethical issues. Int. J. Online Market., 2: 1-14.
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  54. Gajendra, S., Q. Ye, W. Sun and Q. Lu, 2012. Communication and online business opportunities in virtual environment: Second life. Int. J. Web Based Commun., 8: 223-241.
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  55. Gajendra, S., B. Xi and Q. Wang, 2012. E-Government: Public participation and ethical issues. J. E-Governance, 35: 195-204.
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  56. Gajendra, S., W. Sun and Q. Lu, 2011. Communication in second life and e-business opportunities: A case analysis. Inform. Technol. J., 10: 499-510.
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  57. Gajendra, S., Q. Ye, W. Sun and Z. Daying, 2011. Significance of communication and E-business in second life virtual world. Inf. Technol. Res. J., 1: 1-12.
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  58. Sharma, G. and Y. Qiang, 2010. E-commerce: An issue of communication and impact on second life virtual environment. Nepal Engineers' association. Technical J. XLII-EC28, 1: 29-35.
  59. Gajendra, S., W. Sun and Q. Ye, 2010. Second life: A strong communication tool in social networking and business. Inform. Technol. J., 9: 524-534.
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