Oracle Eligibility Criteria 2018
Oracle is an American multinational company that has both hardware and software systems with over 400,000 customers from more than 145 countries.
Only in India it has more than 7000 customers, with 1000 partners spread across private sectors, public sectors, and government sectors. It employs more than 31,000 professionals working in various business sectors such as sales and executives in Oracle India Development Center (R &D), Oracle Consulting, Oracle Direct Sales, Global Support Center, Global Financial Information Center and Oracle Financial Services Software Limited.
Oracle has been present in India for more than 20 years now and it has 9 offices with 8 R&D centers, 1 partner solution center.
There is a huge opportunity to seek a career from Oracle.
Read along to find more about the eligibility criteria.
Students with more than 60 percent of marks consistently in his education are eligible for recruitment.
Up to 1 year of gap is allowed in the study period of candidate.
They expect the students to be equipped with good communication skills, decent academic record and excellent knowledge over the technical subjects.
The candidates must have knowledge of operating programming languages.
Candidates should possess excellent decision making and good interactive skills.
Oracle Salary :
According to the post given, qualification, and experience of the candidate, packages in Oracle are high which includes incentives, perks and other facilities.
Identity proof. Can be Aadhar card, voter ID or pan card
Passport size photo
SSC(10th ) and Intermediate (12th) certificates
Graduation and Post Graduation passed certificates
Do I need to speak fluent English to work at Oracle?
As a multinational company Oracle deals with clients from all across the world. So a decent English speaking skills are a must.
What type of training is provided?
At Oracle, training is very job specific. They offer comprehensive induction and personal training for all the graduate roles.
Does Oracle check references?
During the employment process, candidates are asked to complete a pre employment screening before the offer is made. This involves involve identity and employment verification, salary verification, professional references, education verification, professional qualifications, and memberships (if applicable).
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