Assistant General Manager FCl recruitment 2022, Food Corporation of India, released a notification for the post of Assistant General Manager from the eligible citizens of India, FCI stands for Food Corporation of India.
Food Corporation of India (FCI), one of the largest Public Sector Undertakings ensuring the food security of
the Nation, invites online applications for the under mentioned posts of Assistant General Manager
(General Administration/ Technical/ Accounts/ Law) and Medical Officer in its offices spread all over the
country from eligible candidates who fulfill the prescribed eligibility criteria
Assistant General Manager FCl recruitment 2022 Details
|Number of vacancy
|Assistant General Manager (General Administration)
|i) Post Graduate degree or equivalent from a recognized University/Institutes recognized by Central Govt. (or body authorized by it) with minimum 55% marks;
ii)Bachelor‟s Degree in Law or 5 years Integrated Course in Law from recognized University with minimum 55% marks. NOTE: In case of SC/ST/PwBD candidates, the minimum percentage of marks shall be 50%instead of 55%.
|Assistant General Manager (Technical)
|B.Sc. in Agriculture from a recognized University with minimum 55% marks. or B.Tech degree or
B.E degree in Food Science from a recognized University/ an institution approved by the AICTE with minimum 55% marks; or
B.Tech degree or B.E degree in Food Science & Technology or Food Technology or Food Processing Technology or
Food Process Engineering or Food Processing or Food Preservation Technology from a recognized University/ an institution approved by the AICTE with minimum 55% marks. Or
iv) B.Tech. degree or BE degree in Agricultural Engineering from a recognized University/an institution approved by the AICTE with minimum 55% marks. or
v) B.Tech degree or B.E degree in Bio-Technology or Industrial Bio-Technology or Bio-Technology or Bio-Chemical Engineering or Agricultural BioTechnology from a recognized University/ an institution approved by the AICTE with minimum 55% marks; Note: In case of SC/ST/ PwBD candidates, the minimum percentage of marks shall be 50% instead of 55%.
|Assistant General Manager (Accounts)
|Associate membership of i) The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India; or ii) The Institute of Cost Accountants of India; or iii) The Institute of Company Secretaries of India
|Assistant General Manager (Law)
|Full time Degree in Law from a recognized University/Institute: and EXPERIENCE: Minimum 5 years‟ experience as a practicing Lawyer in Civil matters representing his clients in at least 3 cases in every year or 5 years‟ experience as a Law Officer in Central Government/State Government/Central Government PSU/State Government PSU in the IDA scale of Rs.16400-40500 or CDA scale of Rs. 9300- 34800 (Grade Pay 5400) (or corresponding in pre/post revised scales)
|M.B.B.S. (Registered and completed the prescribed House Surgery) (either completed the Internship in 1962 or undergone Internment and a compulsory surgency for a period of one year. Rotary House Surgency for one year). Experience: 3 years‟ experience in any organized Medical Institution, preferably in a labour Organization.
Assistant General Manager FCl recruitment 2022 SELECTION PROCESS:
The selection process will be consisting of Online Test and Interview.
Job Description (Click on link below)
Assistant General Manager FCl Salary
Assistant General Manager General – 60000-180000
Assistant General Manage Technical-60000-180000
Assistant General Manage Account-60000-180000
Assistant General Manage Law-60000-180000
HOW TO PREPRE FOR FCI ASSISTANT MANAGER
General Awareness and Current Affairs: Monthly affairs Cloud PDF and Byjus best 300 monthly MCQs videos.
Reasoning and Quant: Bankingchronicle YT channel for Reasoning and Arun Sir on YT for Quant. Mocks are must, I used to give regular mocks on Byju’s Exam Prep.
Management and Ethics: Made my own notes from various sources including coaching materials, internet, mock test-evaluation.
Agriculture and Agriculture Economics: Read chapters as per the syllabus from NemrajSunda and supplemented it through mocks on Byju’s platform.
When I started my prep, my target was to get near to 75% marks in the actual examinations. To achieve that, I tried to cover each and every portion of the syllabus as mentioned in the notification, nothing more nothing less. I focused more on my weak areas (Quant and Agriculture) to add a few more marks in those sections.
I gave mocks regularly during my preparation using Byju’s exam prep platform and it helped me immensely and eventually I found my name in the final merit list.