Director & Founder of Navpravah
|🏡 Home town||Allahabad|
|🏅 Awards||International Press Community Award 2014 for his contribution in the field of journalism, Healthy Universe Foundation award 2016|
Amit Dwivedi (born Dec - 25, 1988) is an Indian Journalist. He is the founder and CEO of Navpravah Media Network which offers news portal which brings all types of news, features and current affairs .In 2016, he founded Online news network Navpravah with his friends - colleagues
Early Life & Education
He grew up with his 4 sisters & later In 2014 got married with Swati Upadhyay.
Dwivedi was born on Dec 25 - 1988, in Allahabad- Uttarpradesh, He graduated from Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University formerly Kanpur University in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India and he learned Radio Personality and presentation skill from St. Xavier College of communication Mumbai in 2010.
After graduation, Dwivedi joined Must Radio (Mumbai Universities Community Radio) as a programming head and Radio Jockey in 2010 , He started doing Weekend Radio show for All India Radio’s 107.1 Fm Rainbow.
In the beginning of 2012 he started doing cricket commentary for international matches.
He also worked for Navbharat Times in 2013, a Daily news paper - He use to write editorial columns for different Daily news papers. In 2016, Dwivedi founded Navpravah Media Network with his friends.
Dwivedi married Swati Upadhyay in 2014.
- International Press Community Award 2014 for his contribution in the field of journalism.
- Healthy Universe Foundation award 2016
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