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The film 12th Fail, based on the story of Manoj Sharma, who cracked UPSC and became an IPS officer despite failing in 12th, is being discussed everywhere. But apart from IPS Manoj Sharma, another person has suddenly come into discussion on social media. This is IPS officer Umesh Ganpat Khandbahale. Actually, the story of Umesh Ganpat Khandabahale is quite similar to that of Manoj Sharma. Umesh, who belonged to a very poor family, had also failed in class 12th like Manoj. He also had to work during his studies to earn his living. But he did not lose courage and became an IPS officer by passing the UPSC Civil Services Examination.

Umesh Ganpat Khandabahale is currently the Superintendent of Police of Jalpaiguri. Umesh Ganpat Khandabahale, resident of Mahiravani village near Trimbakeshwar in Nashik, Maharashtra, had failed in English subject in class 12th. In the year 2003, he got only 21 marks in English. After failing in the examination, his father employed him. He sold milk for two years to support his family. He used to go every day to collect milk from the village and sell it in the market of Nashik.

But that day proved to be the turning point in the life of Umesh Khandabahale when he stopped in front of Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) on his way to Nashik. Umesh asked the university officials about the university. Then he came to know about the open education system. Staying in Maharashtra, he passed 12th from Open. After this took admission in B.Sc. Horticulture. According to the report of Times of India, after this he did BA in English and MA in English Literature from KTHM College. English was the same subject in which he failed in 12th. He turned his weakness into his strength.

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Umesh came to Delhi in the year 2012 and gave his first attempt of UPSC Civil Services Examination at the age of 26. In the year 2015, he became an IPS officer by cracking UPSC in his third attempt. He got 704th rank in UPSC exam.

Umesh was the first person from his village to become an IPS officer. A few days ago, he watched the film ’12th Fail’ with his family and he remembered his days of struggle.
Khandabale said, “Really, it was a very emotional moment for us. I tell everyone that everything is possible. Restarting is definitely the key. You can ensure victory by restarting after failure to achieve success.