Prof. Rana has teaching experience of more than 25 years. He is an active trainer and has conducted training programs at East-West Center, USA; Nepal Administrative Staff College and Nepal Television and provided professional consulting to UH Media-Lab, and Grace Pacific Roofing, USA. He has been a member (representing in the capacity of a technical expert) in the High Technology Adoption and Advancement Committee, and the Communication and Information Policy and Evaluation Council, both under the Ministry of Communication and Information, HMG, Nepal. He is a keen researcher in information processing and communication systems and has over a dozen publications to his credit in reputed places such as the Asian Journal of Communication, Proceedings of the Pacific Telecommunications Council, UMI-USA, NEA Directory, and others. He is an active member of various institutions such as – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineer, USA; Institute of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineers, India; Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, USA; New York Academy of Sciences, USA; Nepal Engineers Association; and the National Geographic Society. Dr Rana's research interests include data and telecommunications, information processing (retrieval, storage, and dissemination), information technology and systems, quantitative methods, and communications policy.
Presently he teaches Quantitative Techniques for Decision-Making and Production/Operations Management to the MBA students.
Ph. D., Communication and Information Science, Hawaii and the East-West Centre, USA
MBA, Decision Science, Hawaii and the East-West Centre, USA
B. E. (Electronics and Communication), Regional Engineering College, University of Kashmir, India
Areas of interest: Management Information System, Information Technology, Operations Management