Workforce Development Program


AKGEC is Oracle India Private Limited’s education partner for conducting Oracle Workforce Development Program (WDP). Partners conduct WDP courses using Oracle software, curriculum and courseware - designed and developed by Oracle University.

To address the growing shortage of skilled employees in global information technology and challenge of increasingly competitive work environment, Department of Computer Science and Engineering is providing authorized training on Oracle Technologies.

Oracle Workforce Development Program (WDP) partnership is an opportunity for AKGEC students to have in-house Oracle training at low cost. WDP training prepares students for Oracle Certification Exam. With the widely-acclaimed credential of Oracle certification, WDP students are readied for a variety of entry-level Oracle job-roles as well as career advancement.

Currently, the department is providing training on the following modules:

Module 1: Oracle Database 11g: Introduction to SQL 2.0 (40 hrs)

Module 2: Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop I 2.0 (40 hrs)


(July 2014-June 2015)

The first batch was started on 13th Oct, 2014 and has been completed successfully on 17th April 2015. Total of 13 students were enrolled in it.


(July 2015 Onwards)

The second batch has been started in September 2015. 


Benefits to Students:

  • Students under WDP get easy access to official curriculum developed by oracle, keeping in mind the international certification.
  • Students get course completion certificate and 25% fee benefit on international certification. Under this Oracle provided 100 original user licenses to AKGEC so that students can learn the technology on real time environment from Oracle.
  • Each student gets individual e-Kit which is easy to access and carry in platforms like laptops or mobile phones.
  • Students under this program also get to attend sessions from industry experts who run them through various trends and importance of international certification in their career growth.