FCI NEF Watchman Selection Process, PET, Exam Pattern & Syllabus

By | April 26, 2018

FCI North East Watchman Selection Process, Physical Endurance Test (PET), Exam Pattern & Syllabus Details

Food Corporation of India, (FCI) NEF Region has announced to fill up the vacant posts of Watchman in the Offices and Depots of FCI NEF Region. Interested Applicants have applied to the Notification within the due date. The post of Watchman in FCI is one of the best career opportunities that young job aspirants can look for. So in this article, we have tried to give you all about the FCI NEF Watchman Selection process, physical efficiency test, Exam pattern and syllabus details.

FCI NEF Watchman Recruitment – Details

Opening Date of Application 05/03/2018
Closing Date of Application 04/04/2018
Number of Vacancies Rs. 250/-
Date of Written Test Will be announced in website

Apply to FCI North East Watchman Posts

Through this recruitment, FCI will be filling up 19 vacancies of watchmen. So start your preparation for the Examination with the exam Pattern and syllabus of the examination discussed here.

FCI NEF Watchman Selection Process- Details

The selection process of FCI NEF Region Watchman Posts will comprise of –

  1. Written Test
  2. Physical Endurance Test (PET).

                                     

FCI NEF Watchman Examination Pattern –Details

Check the Pattern of the written Test to be held in the selection process with mark distribution and importance in selection. The details of the Examination are-

Written Test

Written Test will be in the offline method. The pattern of questions will be Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions. The total duration of the test will be 120 minutes. And the total marks of the examination is 120 consists of 120 questions carrying 1 marks each. There will be no negative marking in the exam. The language of the Question paper in the written exam will be Trilingual (Hindi, English, and Bengali. The candidate has to choose his/her language for a written test while applying.

Physical Endurance Test (PET)

Physical Endurance Test (PET) will be qualifying in nature. Candidates qualify the written test and rank high as per the cut-off marks as decided by the authority will be called for PET. The final merit list will be decided on the basis of Written Test subject to qualifying the Physical Endurance Test.  The PET will have the following standards

Running

Gender Distance (In metre) 18-30 yrs 30-35 yrs 35-40 yrs 40-45 yrs 45-50 yrs 50 yrs and above
Male 1000 m 390 sec 420 sec 450 sec 480 sec 510 sec 540 sec
Female 800 m 360 sec 390 sec 420 sec 450 sec 480 sec 510 sec

Long jump (Qualifying in three attempts)

Gender Distance (In metre) 18-30 yrs 30-35 yrs 35-40 yrs 40-45 yrs 45-50 yrs 50 yrs and above
Male Age wise break up and distance in metres 2.30 m 2.15 m 1.95 m 1.80 m 1.65 m 1.50 m
Female 1.50 m 1.40 m 1.30 m 1.20 m 1.10 m 1.00 m

 High jump (Qualifying in three attempts)

Gender Distance (In metre) 18-30 yrs 30-35 yrs 35-40 yrs 40-45 yrs 45-50 yrs 50 yrs and above
Male Age wise break up and distance in metres 1.10 m 1.05 m 1.00 m 0.95 m 0.90 m 0.85 m
Female 0.90 m 0.85 m 0.80 m 0.75 m 0.70 m 0.65 m

FCI NEF Watchman Exam Syllabus –Elaborated

Here get the exam syllabus of the FCI watchmen posts to be conducted in the selection test. The exam syllabus of the written examination is elaborated below-

Subjects Topics
Quantitative Aptitude Data Interpretation

Inequality

Number Series

Simplification & Approximation

Pipes & Cistern

Speed & Distance

Reasoning Syllogism

Data Sufficiency

Alpha Numeric Symbol series

Logical Reasoning

Puzzles & Seating Arrangement

Order & Ranking

Close Test

General Awareness Current Affairs

Indian Polity

Indian History

Indian Freedom Movement

General Knowledge

Indian Constitution

RBI & Other Financial Institutions

Hope the above article on the syllabus and exam pattern will be helpful in your preparation.

Best of Luck!

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