In 2014, Dexterity Global instituted Dexterity to College (D2C) to identify and prepare young leaders in the Indian state of Bihar for the world's "Top 100" Universities. The programme was made open for the rest of the country in 2017.
Since 2014, Dexterity to College (D2C) has nurtured a community of leaders, innovators, and scholars from humble beginnings and enabled them to create positive global impact through scholarship, leadership and service.
Dexterity Global instituted Dexterity to College as India's first high school to college transition platform. The program was open to students in the Indian state of Bihar.
Dexterity to College (D2C) launches #itspossible campaign. College preparedness and transition bootcamps offered to thousands of students across remotest districts of Bihar.
Recognised as part of Global 'Forbes 30 Under 30' List. Forbes notes that "the goal is to connect promising young students with opportunities and to equip them with the mentality to solve 21st-century problems with 21st-century solutions."
Recognised by the Obama White House with a special invitation to the SXSL Event.
In a historic move, Tufts University establishes "D2C Scholarship Fund". The Dexterity Global Group joins the likes of organizations as Reliance and Tata that have special scholarship funds at global universities for Indian students — Reliance Dhirubhai Ambani Scholarship at Stanford University and Tata Scholarship at Cornell University.
Dexterity to College (D2C) made open to all Indian states and Union Territories (UTs).
Recognised by The Queen of England for efforts to "transform people’s lives."
Dexterity to College (D2C) introduces "Graduate Fellowships" for college students and young professionals to enable them to access world-class education and lead as problem solvers.
Dexterity to College (D2C) attains 50% female enrolment.
D2C fellows receive $1.64 million in scholarships, crossing 1 million dollar mark for the second time in three years.
D2C fellows receive over 21 crores INR in scholarships - surpassing last year's scholarship number of 12 crores INR.