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Sharad Vivek Sagar (sitting down), founder and CEO of Dexterity Global with his students.
Students of management will be taught by Bihar internationally respected social organization Dexterity Global. We will study it in depth. You will also learn how this organization touched the heights of success in a very short time. Dexterity Global will make a case study at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Nagpur this month. This organization works in the field of education and leadership. It was founded in 2008 by 16-year-old Sharad Vivek Sagar in Patna. Forbes placed Sharad on the list of the 30 most influential youth in the world.
Management students benefit
Dexterity Global received a request on January 25 from IIM Nagpur. In this request received by e-mail, Dexterity Global was urged to join as a case study for management students. Dexterity Global accepted it because the organization believes that Dexterity’s 13-year-long journey will provide management graduates with new vision and new experiences. Also, the organization will benefit from the views and suggestions of management students across the country.
Case study will be online
Actually, IIM Nagpur hosts a national level competition during its annual festival. It is attended by around 500 students from IIM and business schools across the country. In this event an organization is invited to be a part of the case study which has carried the flags of success and has played an important role in giving wings to the dream flight of the youth. This time Dexterity Global has been invited for a case study. 500 students from top management schools across the country will now study dexterity and give their valuable views. This study will be online. It will probably begin on 15 February and conclude on 28 February.
Requests are also received from foreign universities
Sharad Sagar says that every year we get case study requests from universities in Europe, America and Asia. This time this request came from a major Indian educational institute IIM Nagpur. We have approved. I am sure that knowing about the inspiring journey of the best student dexterity global of management of India will benefit greatly. They will also contribute to our journey with their new ideas.
More than 65 lakh youth join
In the year 2008, Sharad Sagar founded the national organization Dexterity Global to inspire the youth through educational opportunities. For the last 13 years this organization has been providing new opportunities to adolescents and youth of the country through its educational opportunities and training sessions. It connects and trends over 65 lakh adolescents and youth in various states of India with educational opportunities. Students of the organization have received a total scholarship of more than 52 crores from academic institutions around the world. In the Corona era, Dexterity Global has produced 1000 internships for the youth of India. From Wokha in Nagaland to Kannur in Kerala, the organization has also provided internship with career training to youth from 27 states and 310 districts of the country.
Obama invited to White House
Sharad Sagar’s founder and CEO Sharad Sagar’s work in the field of education and leadership has been appreciated worldwide. When Barack Obama was the President of the US, he invited Sharad Sagar to the White House. Forbes placed Sharad on the list of the 30 most influential youth in the world. The Rockefeller Foundation placed him on the list of 100 innovators of the next century. He was invited to the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony by the Nobel Peace Center. The Queen of England included him in the ‘Queens Young Leaders’. Century superstar Amitabh Bachchan invited him as the youngest expert in the country in Kaun Banega Crorepati. The Ramakrishna Mission has given him a place in its annual calendar. The country’s leading newspaper Divya Bhaskar gave him the title of ’21st century Vivekananda’. Sharad considers himself a servant and devoted worker of Swami Vivekananda.