FCI jobs 2019: 4103 vacancies in Food Corporation of India, get complete details
New Delhi : The esteemed Food Corporation of India (FCI) has announced huge vacancies for recruitment in different posts. Eligible candidates can apply for the post of assistant grade-II, steno grade -II, typist (Hindi), assistant grade-III, accountant, junior engineer (je) (civil engineering / electrical mechanical engineering). As per the notification, there are 4103 vacant posts in FCI and Graduates can apply for these positions. The application process will start from February 23, 2019 and the last date for submission of application is 25 March 2019. Scroll down the page to know more.
If you want to apply for jobs in FCI, then be sure to read the mentioned below information carefully.
Name of the posts
Grade-II, Steno Grade-II, Typist (Hindi), Assistant Grade-III, Accountant, Junior Engineer (JE) (Civil Engineering / Electrical Mechanical Engineering)
Total No. of vacancies
A candidate who wishes to apply for post in FCI must be a Graduate in any discipline from a recognized university/institution. However, different qualifications criteria have been set for different positions. Check the information related to qualification in official notifications.
Candidates should be 18 to 25 years. Candidates of Reserve category will be given exemption in the air.
On the basis of which selection of candidates will be selected on the basis of online examination.
Application fee for FCI exam is Rs 500
Interested candidates will be able to check the job application form by visiting fci.gov.in.
The selection of candidates will be done through online test which will comprise of Phase-I and Phase-II exams.
In the Phase-I of online test, the test will be Objective type (Multiple Choice Questions). Each question will carry 1 mark. For each wrong answer, there will be negative marking of one-fourth (1/4) of the mark assigned to that question. If a question is left blank, i.e. no answer is marked by the candidate; there will be no negative marking for that question. The marks obtained in
Please note that Phase-I will not be considered in final merit ranking. For more information please visit the official website of FCI.