Hailing from a humble farming background, Parameshwar has always been about learning more. He has looked for diverse courses and career opportunities across India which can lead to a successful future ahead. This is what inspired him to switch from science to social work, then social work to Liberal arts. During his graduation, he did work in rural areas of Maharashtra on different social issues and implemented some small projects like kitchen garden, open library, tree plantation, community level programme on hygiene and sanitation, group work and case studies, organising gram sabha and practice PRA tools, education survey etc. He taught children in the slums of Mumbai during internship with Pratham and worked as an audit officer for SHGs during internship with Rajeevika. He likes to read books, play badminton and volleyball, watch documentaries on various social issues, and listen to Punjabi music. He is keen to be part of discussion and debate on various policies and social reforms of the present government. He is seeking to gain a holistic development which consists of improvement in his skills and overall personality along with academic knowledge of various subjects during his time at the Young India Fellowship.