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NEcX, Oracle University to provide training to poor students


NEcX has signed an agreement with Oracle University to offer a host of Oracle technologies. It will provide training on Oracle technology to students from selected colleges in the twin states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. NEcX MD Srinivas Rao told this while addressing a press conference here. He told that students will be given certificates in Oracle software which will provide them employment opportunities. He informed that 500 students living below poverty line will be selected for the training. They will be provided boarding, uniform and other facilities. Besides they will be provided training in English proficiency.

This is part of the Oracle University’s workforce Development programme (WDP) through which Oracle trains and equips students with certifications on Oracle software. These certifications can add value in their employability opportunities, immediately after graduating from their colleges. Under this programme, students get trained and certified on the most preferred enterprise technologies like Oracle Database, java, Analytics, Big Data and IOT etc. by NEcX in their designated centers.

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