Chairman of LARC Nepal Dr. Shriram Sharma has been involved in the following activities personally and institutionally
- 2009: he was invited to the Uppsala University, for a post doctoral research by EUREKA a European Union program.
- 2010: A lightning detection and locating station was established in Nepal with the help WSI, Global Lightning Network (GLN) and has been monitoring lightning activities over Nepal since then.
- 2011: An International Symposium on Lightning Protection (ISLP) was organized in association with Ministry of Science, Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) and NAM S & T center, New Delhi in which 120 participants from 18 countries participated.
- 2014: Invited to the Uppsala University for another post Doctoral research by Erasmus Mundus, Expert for Asia program.
- 2015: Invited to sit for the PhD evaluation committee at the Division of Electricity and Lightning Research, at Uppsala University.
- 2015: Invited to ¨International Symposium on Strategic Intervention to mitigate the Hazards of Lightning¨ at Lusaka Zambia.
- 2016: Organized an Intensive Workshop on Lightning Protection, Bonding and Grounding to the Electrical Systems and Structures at Kathmandu Nepal in association with CAPE Electric India ltd and Nepal Academy of Science and Technology.
- 2016: Provided consultation to the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology for the installation of Lightning detection Network in Nepal.
- Have been providing consultation and technical services to various organizations as
- Regional head quarter building of Nepal Police at Pokhara
- Regional head quarter building of Nepal Police at Hetauda
- Regional head quarter building of Nepal Police at Biratnagar
- Nepal Police Academy building Maharajgunj, Kathmandu
- Global Academy of Tourism and Hospitality Education (GATE), Mandikhatar Kathmandu.
A banner prepared for the workshop held on 23rd-24th June 2016 at Kathmandu Nepal.
A snap shot of the inaugural ceremony of the International Symposium on Lightning Protect organized in October 2011.