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Young poet invited to intl poetry fest


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GUWAHATI: Arunav Barua of North Guwahati , IITG Campus has been invited to attend the International Poetry Fest ,2011 to be held at Guntur (AP) on November 11 & 12.

Arunav will present his poems and write-ups in front of renowned poets from different parts of the world including India.

The International Poetry Fest aims at fostering interaction with different poets initiating discussion about contemporary trends in poetry writing in India and in the world.

After completing his schooling from Shillong, Arunav continued his B.Com programme from Bhagavan Mahaveer College ,Bangalore after which he joined the MBA course in the NERIM ,Guwahati.

Arunav successfully completed the programme this year with a 1st class in Marketing.

He presented a research paper ‘The Question of Liability & its role in Corporate Governance & Social Ethos” , at an International Conference on Management & Governance ,organized by the Institute of Business Management ,Bangalore.

Arunav began writing poems at an early age and had some of his poems published in the” Children’s Corner” of the Assam Tribune & the Sentinel and some other literary journals.

Two of his poems, “The Wait” and “The Tale Of a Lighthouse” have been selected for publication in the anthology “Fancy Realm”.


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