Ongoing: 

  1. The Internet of International Relations – Digital Diplomacy and Digital Supremacy (2014-2017), Singhania University

Abstract: A magnitude of influences in social calendar of persons, society and state living with or without digital technology exposes digital supremacy which is rendering social conversation in new forms – linear conversation, and disruptive conversation. Scheme of conversation makes sense of relations among social actors – state and non-state actors. Conversation shifting is witness of digital mediation nowadays. Aiming with exploration of framework to compute digital supremacy in terms of social calendar simulation by digital technology and decision making power in international relations aligning social relations among people and society in ground reality, the study has triangulation of two disciplines of — computer science and social science — to explore new knowledge in digital diplomacy/international relations with the lens of technical mediation aligning social science. This research has gone through two philosophical phenomena – social constructivism reflecting multiple realities generated by digital technology and de-constructive analysis of conversation text with semiotic analysis tool. Indicators mapping of digital supremacy with prominent framework would be immediate result of the research at least which identifies elements with significant influences in conversation. Measuring degree of digital supremacy with solid framework is though very challenging job, the attempt draws measures of sustainable technology in future. Only advancement of technology does not make sense unless it deploys with sustainable technology for humankind. Balancing of digital supremacy is very essential for making sustainable digital technology in future.

  1. Knowledge Management (2016-2017), United Nations

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to understand the perception of public towards the digital effort of knowledge management undertaken by UN Information Centre (UNIC), Kathmandu. The introduction of UN Digital Repository in Nepal (UNDRN) in public by UNIC as an effort in enhancing knowledge management through digital technology is the first institutional digital repository in Nepal.
Aiming to explore contribution of digital repository in professional activity of the certain public segment with respect to content, its relevancy, and quality, the research has explored certain insights which could be valuable for sustainable and fluent operation of the digital repository.

 

Accomplished:

  1. Digital Social Identity: Conversation Model of Social Relations among Youth in Kathmandu Shaped by Digital Technology (2015-2016), Tribhuvan University
  2. E-Readiness of Okhaldhunga Observing Conflict (2013), Tribhuvan University
  3. E-Government in Nepal: Ethnographic Investigation (2011), Kathmandu University
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3 thoughts on “Research

  1. Dear Rajendra jee,

    I went through your personal web and found interesting. Lots of interesting things going on these days, seems very busy!

    All the best for your bright future!!!

    Your student/colleague/friend and well wisher,
    Mahesh
    UNDP, Copenhagen

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