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When Joy knows no bounds by Sonakshi

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Hi, I am Sonakshi Gupta. I have been
recruited by ORACLE UGBU unit through on-campus placements. First of all I am
extremely happy that I am going to be a part of an extremely well established,
multinational computer technology corporation like Oracle.

On the day of interviews, the
presentation given by recruiters was mind-blogging. Through just a half-hour
session a complete picture of Oracle was well drawn. The various kinds of
products developed by Oracle and its various business units were amazing to know.
I was enthralled by the steady growth rate of Oracle in the past few years. The
fact that it acquired sun-microsystems in 2010 exhibits its growth in the
industry.

I would like to share my interview
experience. First there was a written test which comprised of aptitude
questions and mcq’s on computer fundamentals. I was shortlisted along with 60
other students. The interviews were conducted one week later. The most
wonderful thing which touched my heart was in my first round of interview, when
I sat for the systems profile of Oracle unit(Banglore). But after looking
through the kind of projects done by me and my areas of interest the
interviewer automatically shifted me to the developer profile of UGBU unit. I
was extremely happy that the interview took into consideration of all the
aspects and chose a perfect profile for me as I was interested more in
Enterprise Java development and databases. The entire interview panel was very
friendly and encouraging. I got confused for one question in operating systems
in my first round but the interviewer took me into a zone where I could clear
all my doubts and he carved out a niche for me where I was in a comfortable
situation with no tension and nervousness. I thought and gave him answers to
all his questions which were mostly on Operating Systems and Computer Networks.

Next day, I was happy to know that I
cleared my first round. The second round was like icing on the cake for me. The
interviewer was quite impressed with my knowledge on databases. In the third
round I was asked a few tricky questions in java. The entire interview panel
was very friendly and motivating.

Finally my joy knew no bounds and I was
hovering in air with ecstasy when I came to know that I was placed in Oracle. I
am grateful to almighty for showering his blessings on me and I am also
grateful to Oracle for hiring me.

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