Nitya Prakash

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Nitya Prakash
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Born (1988-02-19) 19 February 1988 (age 29)
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India
Occupation Novelist, Author, Banker, Entrepreneur
Nationality Indian Flag of India.svg
Alma mater St. Thomas School, Lucknow University, Kalinga University & ICICI Manipal Academy
Genre Fiction, 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
Website
nityaprakash.in

Nitya Prakash[1][2][3][4](born 19 February 1988) is an Indian author with 7 published titles in the paranormal, general fiction, banking and romance fiction genres.[5][6] and a film writer.[7] He is a Learning & Development professional[8] with experience across sectors like banking, retail and financial services.[9] Prakash is a recipient of Karmaveer Puraskaar, 2016.[10] 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.

Education[edit]

Prakash completed his schooling from St. Thomas School, Lucknow in 2006. Thereafter he did is Bachelor of Computer Application from Lucknow University,[11] Lucknow in 2009 before pursuing his PGDBM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management) from ICICI Manipal Academy, Bangalore (2011). He has also done his Master of English Literature from Kalinga University, Raipur (2016). Prakash has been conferred upon a 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,[12] California, United States, (2016).

Career[edit]

Prakash's writing career began with the book Dear, I Hate You (2011), a semi-fiction based on his life. He is the founder of Dronacharya India[13] & The School on Wheels India.[14] At present he is at the trail of writing his next novel Anti-National which is a part of The Black Indian book series.

Bibliography[edit]

Fiction
Non-Fiction
  • Banking Principles & Practice[21] (2013); ISBN 9781301216659
  • The Nine Minutes Manager: Effective Communication[22] (2016); ASIN B01BDVS8PI
Films
  • Rowdy Rathore[23] (2012)
  • Dear, I Love You![24] (2017);

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