COSMIC – Outstanding Researcher Award
for Contribution in the field of
“Management and Business Studies”
Awarded on AETM 23rd July 2015
at AETM 2015 – Bangkok, Thailand
Dr. Dhiraj Sharma
Assistant Professor, School of Management Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, India
Dr. Dhiraj Sharma is serving Punjabi University, Patiala in the School of Management Studies. He holds three masters in the area of Finance, Commerce and Business Administration respectively. He is a doctorate in the area of Banking Technology and many researchers are doing their M.Phils and Ph.Ds under his guidance. He is also Adjunct Faculty, Wilkes University, Pennsylvania, USA. He is also acting as the Principal Investigator for a UGC’s Major Research Project on Internet Banking in North India.
He has fourteen books and more than thirty eight published research papers to his credit. Many of his books are serving as text and reference books for many post-graduate courses in Indian colleges and universities. He has independently developed many course books for several institutions notably among them are: Punjab University, Chandigarh; All India Management Association (AIMA), New Delhi; Indian Institute of Materials Management (IIMM), Mumbai; Bangalore University, Bengaluru.
He has attended around fifty International and National conferences and seminars in which he actively participated and presented papers. He has also organized/session chaired many seminars and conferences. Recently, he was instrumental in the organization of the ‘National e-Governance Plan (NeGP)’, held during December, 2011organized by Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology Govt. of India.
He has worked as Managing Editor for a refereed national research journal for over a period of five years. He is also contributing as Reviewer for two International Journals. For the last seventeen years, he is actively involved in writing, teaching and research in the diverse areas of Business Management and Information Technology.