Nikhil Nimesh is a high-ranking Government official (Government of India). He cleared the civil service examination in 2022 and became the Deputy Jailor.
Nikhil Nimesh Biography:
Nikhil Nimesh was born and brought up in Agra, India. There is no information available about his parents. He has a younger brother (Name – Not Known). His father was posted in Delhi and hence he was admitted to a reputed school in Delhi. He was weak in his studies from his early childhood.
Nikhil Nimesh Education:
He could not pass Science Group in class Vi. Even in class 10, he scored poor marks in Social Studies (54% ). Then in the 12th standard, he managed to score only 49% marks. He dreamt of becoming an engineer but his dream got shattered because of his poor marks in 12th Standard.
He could not even sit for the SSB and NDA exams because these exams require a high percentage of marks. Even after giving an improvement exam his marks became poorer.
Nikhil Nimesh Career:
Then on the advice of a close friend, he was admitted to NIOS Open University and again sat for the 12th class exam. Eventually, he got the marks that are necessary for admission to an engineering college. After that, he attended Guru Govinda Singh Indraprastha University for B.Tech.
His father was always optimistic about his son and supported him in his endeavors. His performance in the engineering college was not promising but life took a U-turn when he got associated with friends in the engineering college and therefore he cleared all the papers of Engineering scoring 84% in the final year of his B.Tech.
Later he expressed his desire to become a civil servant. During 2015-16 he prepared well for the upcoming exams. Meanwhile, he lost his father. In the CAPF ( UPSC) exam he was not selected because of the shortage of marks in the interview.
Although he cleared almost all the exams in 2017& 2018, he was far from reaching his desired goal. In the meantime, he started a love relationship which ultimately ruined his career for the next couple of years. Finally, he gathered his courage and started to prepare for the UPSC exams with full concentration. Finally, in October 2022 he became the Deputy Jailor (Clearing UPSC Mains).