FCI Syllabus 2014
Aspirants if you are preparing for Food Corporation of India (FCI) then you must know that what is the syllabus and what types of questions come in the test. So visitors in this page we are providing you information for FCI syllabus.
As we all know that every year Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts exam for Food Corporation of India (FCI). Good numbers of job seekers appear for this exam but hardly get selected reason lack of preparation done by them for the exam.
Candidates, preparation is done on the basis of syllabus and Exam pattern and if syllabus and exam pattern is clear with us then chances of scoring good marks in the exam are very high.
So dear visitors in this page we are providing you syllabus of SSC FCI exam and the paper pattern which comes in the examination. If you go through it then I am sure that you can score good marks.
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Three papers are conducted by SSC for FCI job to check the mental ability, general knowledge and command on English of the aspirants.
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FCI Syllabus 2014
The examination of FCI is divided into three categories which are mentioned below in the table.
|Paper-I||General Intelligence||In this subject verbal and non verbal questions come.|
|General awareness||Question which are related with history, culture, geography, science and current affairs comes|
|Quantitative/ numericalaptitude||Ratio & Proportion, relationship between two numbers, Decimals, Square root, Fractions etc based question comes.|
|English language||Applicant’s knowledge in understanding English is checked in this section.|
|Computer Awareness||Questions related to computer basic operations.|
|Paper II||Quantitative method||applicants knowledge in using numbers and their sense on the numbers is checked in this topic|
|English language & Comprehension||Questions related with active & passive, antonyms, synonyms, idioms & phrase, fill in the blanks, etc comes.|
|Paper-III||Questions from Zoology, Food Science and Technology, Bio-technology, Botany, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Agriculture and Agricultural Engineering of Graduation Level come in the paper.|
|Paper-I||General Intelligence, General awareness, Quantitative aptitude& English language.|
|Paper-II||Quantitative method & English language & Comprehension|
|Paper-III||Bio-technology, Zoology, Botany, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Food Science and Technology, Agriculture and Agricultural Engineering of Graduation Level.|
Here is the syllabus of the related subjects which comes in the entrance examination of FCI. Applicants if you go through this syllabus then it may help you in scoring good marks.
General Intelligence: This topic includes question related with verbal and non verbal type.
General awareness: In this section question related with geography, history, culture, science and current affairs comes.
Quantitative aptitude: Question from relationship between two numbers, Ratio & Proportion, Square root, Decimals, Fractions etc comes.
English language: Candidates ability of understanding English is judged in this topic.
Computer awareness: questions from basic computer knowledge and operability will fall under this section because a little knowledge about computer operation is needed like MS-office: MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access operations etc.
Quantitative method: This section is designed to check the knowledge of applicants in use of numbers and their sense on the numbers.
English language & Comprehension: This section is set to test the applicant’s ability in English language. Questions related with antonyms, synonyms, fill in the blanks, idioms & phrase, active & passive etc comes.
In the paper-III question related with Bio-technology, Zoology, Botany, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Food Science and Technology, Agriculture and Agricultural Engineering of Graduation Level are asked.
Note: for more information regarding syllabus visit official website.