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FCI Syllabus 2022: Check Syllabus, Exam Pattern

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FCI Syllabus 2022: The Food Corporation of India sets the syllabus for various positions such as Junior Engineer (Civil/ Electrical/ Mechanical Engineering), Assistant Grade-II (Hindi), Typist (Hindi), Assistant Grade-III (General/ Accounts/ Technical/ Depot), and so on. Candidates who desire to take the FCI exam should review the syllabus for the position they are applying for. Candidates can view the syllabus on the official website and this article.

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The syllabus serves as a roadmap for preparing for and passing the exam. Furthermore, candidates who understand the material and FCI exam syllabus can plan an effective preparation approach to pass the exam. Aspirants can learn about the concepts covered in the exam by looking at the syllabus. They can also learn about crucial topics and prepare for the FCI exam accordingly.

FCI Exam Syllabus 2022

Before getting into the details of the FCI Syllabus, let’s have an overview of the examination below:

ParticularsDetails
Exam NameFCI Recruitment
Conducting BodyFood Corporation of India
Mode of ExamOnline
Application Form ReleaseTo be announced
Application Form EndsTo be announced
Exam DatesTo be announced
Selection ProcessPrelims, Mains, and Skill Test & Document Verification
Official Websitefci.gov.in

Basically, a candidate who wishes to secure a job under FCI must qualify in the 3 stages, and those candidates who are qualified in all three stages will be appointed as FCI employees.

FCI Selection Procedure

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FCI Phase I Syllabus

The FCI syllabus & exam pattern for Online/ CBT Prelims is common for all the posts. So the detailed FCI Exam Pattern for Phase 1 is tabulated below:

Subject Total Questions Max. MarksDuration Of Exam
English Language303020 min
Reasoning Ability353520 min
Numerical Aptitude353520 min
Total10010060 min

The detailed FCI Syllabus for Phase 1 is tabulated below:

Numerical AptitudeReasoningEnglish Language
Data InterpretationAlphanumeric SeriesCloze Test
Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, SphereBlood RelationsFill in the blanks
Mixtures & AllegationsCoded InequalitiesMiscellaneous
Number SystemsCoding-DecodingMultiple Meaning/ Error Spotting
Permutation, Combination &ProbabilityData SufficiencyPara jumbles
Profit & LossInput-OutputParagraph Completion
Ratio & Proportion, PercentageLogical ReasoningReading Comprehension
Sequence & SeriesPuzzle –
Simple Interest & Compound Interest & Surds & IndicesRanking/ Direction/ Alphabet Test –
SimplificationSeating Arrangement –
Time & DistanceSyllogism –
Work & TimeTabulation –

FCI Recruitment Syllabus: Phase II

The detailed FCI syllabus for Phase 2 for all the posts are listed below:

FCI Junior Engineer Phase II Syllabus

The FCI syllabus for Junior Engineer Electrical/Civil/ Mechanical Engineering is listed below:

FCI Syllabus for Junior Engineer (Civil):

  1. Building Materials: Physical and Chemical properties building stones, cement (Portland), Asbestos products, Timber and Wood based Products, laminates, bituminous materials, paints, varnishes etc.
  2. Surveying: Principles of surveying, plane table surveying, theodolite, leveling and contouring, curvature, permanent adjustment of dumpy level, methods of contouring, tachometric survey etc.
  3. Soil Mechanics: void ratio, porosity, saturation, water content, specific gravity of soil grains and unit weights, grain size, Atterberg’s limits, soil classification, plasticity chart, permeability, consolidation of soils. Lab tests, moisture content, bearing capacity of soils, plate load test, standard penetration test etc.
  4. Estimating, Costing and Valuation: Estimate, analysis of rates, earthwork, Brick, RCC work shuttering, Painting, Flooring, Plastering flexible pavements, Tube well, isolates and combined footings, Steel Truss, Piles etc.
  5. Transportation Engineering: Types of pavements, pavement materials – aggregates and bitumen, Design of flexible and rigid pavements, bituminous construction, rigid pavement joint, pavement maintenance, Railway Engineering.
  6. Environmental Engineering: Quality of water, purification, distribution, sanitation, sewerage and sewage treatments.
  7. Structural Engineering: Theory of structures, bending moment and shear force diagrams retaining walls, eccentric loads, slope deflection, critical load and columns, torsion etc.
  8. Concrete Technology: Latest technology and uses of concrete, water cement ratio, workability, mix design, placement, compaction, finishing and curing of concrete, quality control of concrete, repair and maintenance of concrete structure etc.
  9. RCC Designs: RCC flexural strength, shear strength, bond strength, design of single reinforced beams, retaining walls, water tanks (RCC design questions may be based on both Limit State method and Working Stress method).
  10. Steel Design: Steel design and construction of steel columns, beams, roof trusses, plate girders. Construction
  11. Management: Construction scheduling Bar Chart, CPM and PERT etc.

FCI Syllabus for Junior Engineer (Electrical & Mechanical):

The FCI Syllabus for Electrical & Mechanical Engineering is listed below:

  1. Basic concepts
  2. Concepts of current
  3. Voltage
  4. Power
  5. Energy and their units
  6. Circuit law
  7. AC Fundamentals
  8. Measurement and measuring instruments
  9. Electrical Machines
  10. Synchronous Machines
  11. Generation,
  12. Transmission and Distribution of power in different power stations
  13. Estimation and costing
  14. Utilization of Electrical Energy
  15. Basic Electronics
  16. Theory of Machines and Machine Design
  17. Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials
  18. Thermal Engineering
  19. Air standard Cycles for IC engines
  20. Rankine cycle of steam
  21. Air Compressors & their cycles
  22. Boilers Refrigeration cycles
  23. Production Engineering.

FCI Phase II Syllabus for Assistant Grade III (Accounts)

The FCI Syllabus for Assistant Grade III – Accounts are listed below:

  1. Basic Accounting concept including preparation of books of accounts.
  2. Taxation including Income Tax and Goods and Services Tax.
  3. Auditing:
    • (a) Auditing concepts and methods
    • (b) Internal & External audit of companies.
  4. Commercial Laws:- (Basic Knowledge)
    • (a) Basics of Contract Act
    • (b) Basics of Company Act
    • (c) Basics of Sales of Goods Act
    • (d) Negotiable Instrument Act
  5. Basic of Computers:
    • (a) Operating System
    • (b) Browsers
    • (c) Email
    • (d) Memory (Internal, External, portable)
    • (e) Chats
    • (f) Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
    • (g) Networks

FCI Syllabus 2022 Phase II for Assistant Grade III (Technical)

The FCI Syllabus For Assistant Grade-III (Technical) is listed below:

  1. Agriculture:- Statics of Indian Agriculture (Cereals & Pulses), Elementary entomology, Plant Protection, Agricultural Economics.
  2. Botany:- Cell Biology: Tissue, Organ & Organ System, Genetics, Plant Classification, Diversity, Ecology, Life Process: Photosynthesis, Respiration, Circulation, Movement etc, Basics of Biochemistry.
  3. Zoology:- Animal Cell & Tissue, Organ System, Heredity & Variation, Animal Classification, Micro Organism, Insects & Rodents.
  4. Chemistry:- Chemical bonding, Organic Chemistry: Basics of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alcohols, aldehydes and acids, Inorganic Chemistry, Chemistry in daily life.
  5. Physics:- Measurements, Basic Physics, Light, Electricity.

The above FCI Syllabus for Agriculture, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, and Physics are grouped into the following two categories:

  • GROUP A– Agriculture, Botany, and Zoology.
  • GROUP B– Agriculture, Chemistry and Physics.

FCI Phase II Syllabus for Paper III

The FCI Syllabus For Paper III will contain 120 Multiple Choice Questions on General Hindi, General English, General Awareness, General Intelligence and Computer Knowledge for candidates applying for Post Code D [Assistant Grade-II (Hindi)] and Post Code E [Typist (Hindi)].

FCI Phase II Syllabus for Paper IV

  1. The FCI Syllabus for Paper IV is the translation of 2 Passages, one each from Hindi to English and vice-versa or candidates applying for the Post Code D [Assistant Grade-II (Hindi)].
  2. Each Question will carry 60 marks and the maximum marks for the Paper-IV would be 120. This online test will be subjective type.
  3. Paper–IV for the post of Assistant Grade-II (Hindi) which shall be descriptive in nature, would be conducted online and for appearing in Paper-IV, the candidate should be able to use following keyboard layouts:
    1. Inscript
    2. Remington (GAIL)

FCI Phase II Syllabus for Paper V

The FCI Syllabus for Paper 5 will contain 120 Multiple Choice Questions on General English, General Awareness, General Intelligence and Computer Knowledge (with specific reference to MS Word and Internet) for candidates applying for the Post Code C (Steno Grade-II).

FCI AGM Syllabus 2022

We have provided you the FCI AGM Syllabus below to help you with your exam preparations:

  • Agriculture: definition, meaning, and its branches
  • Agronomy: definition, meaning, and scope of agronomy
  • Classification of field crops
  • Factors affecting crop production
  • Agro Climatic Zones.
  • Cropping Systems: Definition and types of cropping systems
  • Problems of dry land – Seed production, seed processing, seed village
  • Meteorology: weather parameters, crop-weather advisory
  • Precision Farming
  • System of Crop Intensification
  • organic farming
  • Soil and Water Conservation: Major soil types, soil fertility, fertilizers, soil erosion, soil conservation, watershed management
  • Water Resource
  • Irrigation Management: types of irrigation, sources of irrigation, crop-water requirement, command area development, water conservation techniques, micro-irrigation, irrigation pumps, major, medium, and minor irrigation
  • Different types of irrigation and irrigation systems
  • storage, transport, and marketing of agricultural produce and issues and related constraints
  • Public Distribution System- objectives, functioning, limitations, revamping,
  • issues of buffer stocks and food security; Technology missions; economic of animal–rearing
  • Food processing and related industries in India scope and significance
  • supply chain management
  • Land reforms in India
  • Agriculture production economics
  • agricultural marketing & Price analysis
  • price fluctuations

FCI AGM Exam Pattern

Check the FCI AGM exam pattern to understand the marking scheme:

Name of TestNo. of QuestionsMarks
Reasoning, Data Analysis, Numerical Ability4545
General Awareness, Current Affairs4545
Management and Ethics4545
Agriculture, Agriculture Economy and Computer awareness4545
Total180180

The total duration of the examination will be 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Important Points Regarding FCI Syllabus 2022

Candidates can check important points related to the FCI syllabus below:

  1. Marks obtained in Phase-I online exam will not be reckoned for final merit list. The candidates fifteen times the number of vacancies advertised shall be called for Phase-II examination.
  2.  The merit of online Test for Post Code F and I will be decided on the basis of marks secured in Paper -I of Phase-II
  3. For post code A, B, G and H, the merit will be decided on the basis of combined marks secured in Paper – I & post specific Paper – II of Phase-II.
  4.  Candidates applying for AG-II (Hindi) (Post Code-D) will need to take paper III & IV in Phase II. Final selection will be on the basis of combined marks secured by the candidates in both Paper – III and Paper- IV.
  5.  Candidates applying for the Post of Typist (Hindi) (Post Code-E) will need to take Paper – III in Phase II for Online Test. The final merit for the post of Typist (Hindi) will be decided on the basis of marks secured in Paper-III, subject to qualifying the Skill Test.
  6.  Candidates applying for the Post of Steno. Grade-II (Post Code-C) will need to take Paper – V in Phase II for Online Test. The final merit for the post of Steno. Grade-II will be decided on the basis of marks secured in Paper-V, subject to qualifying the Skill Test.
  7.  All papers in the online examination will be of objective type multiple choice questions only except paper IV for AG-II (Hindi) which will be of the subjective type.
  8.  Online Test will be bilingual i.e. in English and Hindi except for language papers.

List of FCI Paper Codes & Posts

Check the list of paper codes & posts under FCI recruitment below:

Paper CodePosts
FAG-III (General)
IAG-III (Depot)
ETypist (Hindi)
CSteno Grade – II
AJunior Engineer Civil
BJunior Engineer ( Electrical & Mechanical)
GAG-III (Accounts)
HAG-III (Technical)
DAG-II (Hindi)

Important Points Regarding FCI Syllabus:

  • 1) Paper-I is common for post code A, B, F, G, H and I.
  • 2) Paper-III is common for post code D and E.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on FCI Syllabus

Here are some of the most commonly asked questions about the FCI Syllabus:

Q.1: Is FCI JE a gazetted officer?
Ans.
No. FCI JE is not a gazetted post because FCI is a PSU.

Q.2: What is the syllabus for FCI Junior Engineer?
Ans.
The FCI phase 1 exam is common for all posts and contains topics related to Numerical Aptitude, Reasoning, and English Language. However, the phase 2 exam syllabus varies depending on the post. Therefore, candidates may check the detailed FCI Junior Engineer syllabus for all disciplines from this article.

Q.3: Do I have to study all the topics mentioned above for Paper II?
Ans.
No, you have to study according to your post. For example, If you applied for Junior Civil Engineer, you’ll have to study the topics mentioned for Civil Engineering and so on.

Q.4: Is the FCI JE exam tough?
Ans.
Yes, the FCI JE exam is considered to be tough, and you need to strategize your study plan well to crack the exam.

Q.5: What if no candidate qualified in the FCI JE exam?
Ans.
If no candidate qualified in the FCI JE exam, FCI might lower the cut-off. But most probably, no candidate will be selected for the post in that cycle, and the post will remain vacant for the rest of the year until the next FCI selection cycle.

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