The Food Corporation of India (FCI) is one of the largest Public Sector Undertakings, dealing with food grain supply chain management. FCI invites application for the Post of Junior Engineer (JE) (Civil Engineering / Electrical Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering), Assistant Grade-II (Hindi), Typist (Hindi) and Assistant Grade-III (General / Accounts /Technical / Depot) for manning posts in its Depots and Offices spread all over the Country. 

FCI Recruitment

FCI Recruitment 2017 will start with the release of FCI Notification 2017. Recruitment will be done to multiple posts of Junior Engineer (JE) (Civil Engineering / Electrical Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering), Assistant Grade-II (Hindi), Typist (Hindi) and Assistant Grade-III (General / Accounts /Technical / Depot).

FCI Application Fee

A total of Rs. 350/- is to be paid by a candidate applying for FCI 2017. If you are planning to pay the application fee through E-Challan, you are required to pay Rs. 410/- as FCI Application Fee 2017. The online application started for multiple posts in August 2017. Candidates are required to visit this page regularly to remain updated about the upcoming notification of FCI 2017.

FCI Exam Pattern

FCI Exam Pattern is slightly different for all the posts offered through FCI 2017 Exam. Let's have a look at the detailed Exam Pattern for different posts of FCI 2017:

Serial Number
Post
Papers
1.
JE Civil
Paper 1 and 2
2.
JE Electrical
Paper 1 and 2
3.
JE Mechanical
Paper 1 and 2
4.
Typist
Paper 3
5.
AG 2 Hindi
Paper 3 and 4
6.
AG 3  General
Paper 1
7.
AG 3 Accounts
Paper 1 and 2
8.
AG 3 Technical
Paper 1 and 2
9.
AG 3 Depot
Paper 1

PATTERN OF WRITTEN TEST

The WRITTEN TEST will comprise of

One Paper : Paper-I only for Post Code F {AG-III(General)} and Post Code I {AG-III(Depot)}

Paper- III only for Post Code E {Typist (Hindi)}

Two Papers: Paper I and Paper II for the Post Code A {JUNIOR ENGINEER (CIVIL ENGINEERING)}, Post Code B {JUNIOR ENGINEER (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)}, Post Code C {JUNIOR ENGINEER (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)}, Post Code G {AG-III (Accounts)} & Post Code H {AG-III (Technical)}.Paper III and Paper IV for Post Code D {AG II (Hindi)}.

Paper-I is common for post code A, B, C, F, G, H and I. Candidates applying for any ONE of the post code A, B, C, G and H will appear in Paper-I to be followed by Paper-II. Candidates applying for Post code D will appear in Paper-III to be followed by Paper-IV.

Note: WRITTEN TEST for Paper - I & Paper - II and Paper – III & Paper IV shall be held in single sitting only.

Paper-I (Duration-90 Minutes):

120 Multiple Choice Questions of General Aptitude consisting of Reasoning, Data Analysis, English Language, Computer Proficiency, General Awareness, General Intelligence, Current Events, Numerical Ability, Data Interpretation for the Post Code A {Junior Engineer (Civil Engineering)}, B {Junior Engineer (Electrical Engineering)}, C {Junior Engineer (Mechanical Engineering)}, F {AG- III (General)}, G {AG-III (Accounts)}, H{AG - III (Technical)} & I { AG-III (Depot)}.

Paper-II (Duration-90 minutes):

i. 120 Multiple Choice Questions on Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering for Candidates applying for the Post Code A {Junior Engineer (Civil Engineering)}, Post Code B {Junior Engineer (Electrical Engineering)}, Post Code C {Junior Engineer (Mechanical Engineering)} to assess the post specific technical knowledge of relevant stream.

ii. 120 Multiple Choice Questions on Commerce particularly General Accounting and Finance for candidates applying for the Post Code G {Assistant Grade-III (Accounts)} to assess the post specific technical knowledge of relevant stream.

iii. 120 Multiple Choice Questions on Biological Sciences for candidates applying for the Post Code H {Assistant Grade-III (Technical)} to assess the post specific technical knowledge of relevant stream.

Paper-III (Duration-90 minutes) :

120 Multiple Choice Questions on General Hindi, General English, General Awareness, General Intelligence and Computer Knowledge for candidates applying for the Post Code D {Assistant Grade-II (Hindi)} and Post Code E {Typist (Hindi)}.

Paper-IV (Duration-90 minutes):

Translation - 2 Passages, one each from Hindi to English and vice-versa and two essays each in Hindi & English for candidates applying for the Post Code D {Assistant Grade-II (Hindi)}.

Note: The merit of Written Test for Post Code F and I will be decided on Paper - I and for post code A, B, C, G and H, the merit will be decided on Paper - I & post specific Paper - II.
ii. Candidates applying for the Post of Typist (Hindi) will need to take Paper - III only for Written Test. Candidates will be short-listed based on Paper-III and the short-listed candidates will undergo a Skill-Test in typing in Hindi which will be of qualifying nature. The candidates short-listed for the typing test of Hindi shall be informed about the venue of skill/typing test through website (www.fcijobsportal.com). The candidates are advised to keep in touch through the website. The final merit for the post of Typist (Hindi) will be decided on the basis of Paper-III subject to qualifying the Skill Test.

Candidates to be called for the Skill Test, will be Ten times (subject to availability) to the number of vacancies available for Typist (Hindi) posts, based on their marks in Paper-III. In-case the requisite number of Candidates are not available to fill up the vacancies, then at the discretion of Competent Authority, an additional list for the Skill-Test may be drawn based on the merit of Paper-III. iii. Candidates applying for AG-II (Hindi) posts will be shortlisted for evaluation of Paper-IV, based on their marks in Paper – III; and Paper - IV of only the short-listed candidates will be evaluated. There will be a minimum qualifying marks for Paper-IV, only those candidates who secure the minimum qualifying marks will be considered for final selection. Final selection will be on the basis of marks secured by the candidates in Paper – III and Paper - IV , subject to securing the minimum qualifying marks in paper IV. Paper IV will be evaluated for only those candidates in the Merit list within Ten times (subject to availability) the number of Zone-wise vacancies available for AG-II (Hindi) posts based on their marks in Paper-III. In-casethe requisite number of Candidates are not available to fill up the vacancies, at the discretion of Competent Authority, an additional list for evaluation of Paper-IV may be drawn based on the merit of Paper-III.

Note: - The Question Papers for Written Test will be bilingual i.e. in English and Hindi

FCI Eligibility Criteria

Tobe eligible for FCI 2017,a candidate needs to be a citizen of India, must fall in the prescribed age limit and must have the required educational qualification.
Let's have a look at the detailed eligibility criteria of FCI 2017 for different posts:
Position
Age Limit
Educational  Qualification
JE Civil
28
Engineering Degree in Civil Engineering or diploma in Civil Engineering
JE Mechanical
28
Engineering Degree in Mechanical Engineering or diploma in Mechanical Engineering
JE Electrical
28
Engineering Degree in Electrical Degree or diploma in Electrical Engineering
Typist Hindi
25
Must hold a Graduation degree in Hindi and must have a typing speed of 30 words/minute in Hindi
AG 2 Hindi
28
Must hold a Graduation degree in Hindi and must also be proficient in English. Post-Graduation in Hindi will be desirable.
AG 3 General
27
Candidate must hold a graduation degree
AG 3 Accounts
27
Candidate must hold a graduation degree in Commerce
AG 3 Technical
27
Candidate must have BSc. In Agriculture/Zoology/Botany/Bio Technology/Bio Chemistry
AG 3 Depot
27
Must hold a graduation degree with proficiency in Computer

FCI Result

FCI Result will be declared once the exam for the same has been conducted. FCI Result will be declared separately for all the posts as prescribed under FCI Exam. 


FCI Admit Card

Admit Card will be issued to candidates separately for all the posts declared through Food Corporation of India. Candidates are required to download admit card from the official website of FCI. Admit Cards will be issued separately for all the phases of exam conducted under fCI 2017.