Nitya Prakash

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Nitya Prakash
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Born (1988-02-19) 19 February 1988 (age 32)
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India
OccupationNovelist, author, banker, entrepreneur
NationalityIndian Flag of India.svg
Alma materSt. Thomas School, Lucknow University, Kalinga University & ICICI Manipal Academy
GenreFiction, non-fiction & paranormal
Notable works
  • Dear, I Hate You
  • In the name of Love, RIP
  • Little LuckNow
  • Maya: Bhangarh Trilogy
  • Banking Principles & Practice
  • The Nine Minutes Manager
  • Antinational
  • Letters to Mira!
  • Happiness is in You!
Notable awardsKarmaveer Puraskaar Torchbearer Award[1]
Website
nityaprakash.in

Nitya Prakash (born 19 February 1988) is an Indian author with nine published titles in the paranormal, general fiction, banking and romance fiction genres.[2][3] He is also a film writer,[4] and a Learning & Development professional[5] with experience across sectors like banking, retail and financial services.[6]

Prakash is a recipient of Karmaveer Puraskaar, 2016.[7] The award is given to citizens individually for their contribution in leading change and is not for any organization. He is involved with many organisations for the uplifment of the underprivileged children providing them with free education, shelter and food. He also provides technical training and job placements to the adolescents. He is a member of the first batch of 'Mentor of Change'[8] by NITI Aayog's Atal Innovation Mission. He is the first Ambassador of the World Union of Poets, 2019.[9] He is the founder and director of the Bombay Institute of Film & Television,[10] and Bombay Weekly.[11]

Education[edit]

Prakash completed his schooling from St. Thomas School, Lucknow in 2006. Thereafter he did his Bachelor of Computer Application from Lucknow University,[12] in 2009 before pursuing his PGDBM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management) from ICICI Manipal Academy, Bangalore (2011). He also earned his Master of English Literature from Kalinga University, Raipur (2016). Prakash received an honorary degree i.e. Doctor of Life Coaching for his contribution in the field of literature and life coaching by Los Angeles Development Church Institute,[13] California, United States (2016).

Career[edit]

He started his career as a Bank PO in ICICI Bank. He is the founder of Dronacharya India[14] and The School on Wheels India.[15]

Prakash's writing career began with Dear, I Hate You (2011), a semi-fictional book based on his life.

At present, he is writing his first Hindi book Ek Tha Shayar and his next novel False in Love.[citation needed]

Bibliography[edit]

Fiction
  • Dear, I Hate You[16] (2011); ISBN 9789381205310
  • In the name of Love, R.I.P.[17] (2012); ISBN 9788128838491
  • Little LuckNow[18][19] (2012); ISBN 9781476376820
  • Maya: Bhangarh Trilogy[20] (2013); ISBN 9781301043439
  • Antinational[21] (2017); ISBN 9788193332429
  • Letters to Mira![22] (2018); ISBN 9789387849556
Non-fiction
  • Banking Principles & Practice[23] (2013); ISBN 9781301216659
  • The Nine Minutes Manager: Effective Communication[24] (2016); ASIN B01BDVS8PI
  • Happiness is in You!: The Book of Quotes[25] (2019); ASIN B08125GL3C
Films

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nitya Prakash Author Page". Navbharat Times.
  2. ^ "Nitya Prakash Author Page". Goodreads.[user-generated source]
  3. ^ "Nitya Prakash Author Page". Amazon.com. Amazon.[user-generated source]
  4. ^ "Rowdy Rathore Posters And Starcast". 8 April 2012.
  5. ^ Spectralhues Interview
  6. ^ CupidSpeaks Interview
  7. ^ "Hall of Poets".
  8. ^ "Mentor of Change" (PDF). Atal Innovation Mission.
  9. ^ "Ambassador WUP". World Union of Poets.
  10. ^ "BIFT". BIFT India.
  11. ^ "Bombay Weekly". Bombay Weekly.
  12. ^ "Lucknow University– Lucknow's tryst with higher education". Tornos India.
  13. ^ "LADCI Honorary Doctorate". Archived from the original on 2 March 2015.
  14. ^ "Dronacharya".
  15. ^ "The School On Wheels India!".
  16. ^ "Dear, I Hate You". www.goodreads.com.
  17. ^ "In the name of love". flipkart.com.
  18. ^ "'Little Lucknow' establishes Nitya Prakash as a multi-faceted writer". www.merinews.com.
  19. ^ "Nitya Prakash". DNA. Archived from the original on 22 December 2015.
  20. ^ "Maya". Goodreads.
  21. ^ "Antinational". Goodreads.
  22. ^ "Letters to Mira!". Amazon.
  23. ^ "Banking Principles and Practice - Nitya Prakash". Foboko.
  24. ^ "The Nine Minutes Manager". Goodreads.
  25. ^ "Happiness is in You!". Goodreads.
  26. ^ "Rowdy Rathore IMDb". www.imdb.com.
  27. ^ "Rowdy Rathore". www.hitmoviedialogues.in.
  28. ^ "Dear, I Love You! IMDb". www.imdb.com.
  29. ^ "Dear, I Love You!". www.viratindianews.com.
  30. ^ "Naqaab IMDb". www.imdb.com.

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