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FRESHERS WALKIN IN BANGALORE @ ORACLE – 1 SEP August 27, 2007

Posted by oraclewalkin in 2005 Passouts, 2006 Passouts, Freshers, walkin.
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Oracle, The World's Largest Enterprise Software Company  

Oracle Corporation is the world’s leading supplier of software for information management and the world’s second largest independent software company.
ORACLE Corporation offers its Databases, Tools and Application products, along with related consulting, education and support services, in more than 60 countries around the world.

We are looking for dynamic candidates for our product development team, with good analytical skills and good academic background.

If you have the fire in you to knock the opportunity with the No.1 product development company ‘ORACLE’ send in your resume before 29-Aug-2007 and be available to meet us in person on 1-Sept-2007 at our whitefield campus.

Details will be communicated to you in your mail id against receipt of your resume.

Eligibility:
– BE / MCA
– 2006 / or before passed out (This Opportunity is NOT for 2007 Passouts)
– Fresher(2006) or any experience level
– Good to have – SQL knowledge / Database(Any)

Position: Peoplesoft (ERP) – Product Development team

Location: Bangalore

Apply: Mail your CV to santosh.shetty(AT)oracle.com

Subject: ” Fresher from walkin.wordpress.com”

Contact: Santosh N Setty (9900191372)

Note:
*Resumes to be sent positively before 29-Aug-2007.
*You can still apply if you have taken interview recently with Oracle also.

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