While Bhaskar Khulbe did not become the advisor to PM Modi, he was also selected in the Army and IFS, special things…

Bhaskar Khulbe, who was made advisor to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, grew up in Nainital, Uttarakhand. He did his MSc in Zoology in 1979 from the DSB campus of Kumaon University. He was the topper of his batch.

Bhaskar was selected for the post of officer in the Indian Army. He also trained for six months but had to come back due to medical reasons. Bhaskar passed the JRF examination by Prof. Started his PhD under the direction of JS Bisht.

In 1982, he was selected for the Indian Forest Services and finished third at the All India level. During the training of IFS, he continued to study and eventually got selected in the IAS.

Held all important positions
He received the West Bengal cadre, where he held various important positions. He was also married to IAS officer Mita. Given his qualifications, during Prime Minister Modi’s first term, he was given important postings in the PMO where he was still employed.

Bhaskar was from a middle-class family. His family lived near Laxmi cottage in Tallital in Nainital. His father Khyaliram Khulbe was a contractor and his two brothers Naveen and Jeevan were bank officials.

Was also fond of acting in plays
Anil Joshi, a professor of history at Almora campus, who was a student at DSB with Bhaskar and noted announcer Hemant Bisht, says that Bhaskar was also fond of acting in plays during his college days.

Though he was very calm and gentle, he swayed the audience with his playful performances in plays. Prof. KS Rana, Vice-Chancellor of Kumaon University and Prof. Satpal Singh Bisht of Zoology, who were close to Bhaskar, expressed their happiness over this achievement, calling it an important achievement for Kumaon University and appealed to students to take inspiration from them.

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