Tuesday, January 11, 2011

FCI Recruitment 2011 Assistant Grade III Food Corporation of India Vacancy

FOOD CORPORATION OF INDIA
NORTH ZONE
ISO 9001:2000 CERTIFIED

Food Corporation of India (FCI) Assistant Grade III Category III Recruitment

PROJECTED VACANCIES:
The total number of vacancies may vary as per administrative exigencies and at the discretion of FCI management.

Positions:

1) Assistant Grade III (General)
Post Code: 01
Total Number of Posts: 250
Scale of Pay: Rs. 9300-22940/-
Maximum Age Limit as on 1st August, 2010 : 25

2) Assistant Grade III (Accounts)
Post Code: 02
Total Number of Posts: 150
Scale of Pay: Rs. 9300-22940/-
Maximum Age Limit as on 1st August, 2010 : 25

3) Assistant Grade III (Quality Control)
Post Code: 03
Total Number of Posts: 500
Scale of Pay: Rs. 9300-22940/-
Maximum Age Limit as on 1st August, 2010 : 25

4) Assistant Grade III (Godown)
Post Code: 04
Total Number of Posts: 700
Scale of Pay: Rs. 9300-22940/-
Maximum Age Limit as on 1st August, 2010 : 25

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION:

For Post Code No. 01 :
Graduate Degree in any discipline from a recognized University along with ‘O’ level computer qualification of DOEACC
OR
Degree in Computer Science or Computer Application

For Post Code No. 02:
(i) Graduate Degree in Commerce/ Mathematics/ Statistics from a recognized University
AND
(ii) ‘O’ level computer qualification of DOEACC/Degree in Computer Science or Computer Application

For Post Code No. 03:
(i) Graduate Degree in Science preferably in Agriculture from a recognized University
AND
(ii) ‘O’ level computer qualification of DOEACC/Degree in Computer Science or Computer Application

For Post Code No. 04:
Graduate Degree in any discipline from a recognized University along with ‘O’ level computer qualification of DOEACC
OR Degree in Computer Science or Computer Application

FCI SELECTION PROCESS:
Selection process consists of a written test only. The written test will tentatively be conducted on 14/11/2010 (Sunday). The Admit Card for the written test has to be downloaded from the website http://specialtest.in/fci from 14 days before the date of written test. On qualifying the Written Test, short-listed candidates will be called for document verification to confirm their eligibility for the post(s) applied for. Based on the merit obtained by them in the written test, a panel of selected candidates would be formed from amongst those found eligible after document verification.

HOW TO APPLY: To apply follow the steps given below:

1. Candidates have to submit a Demand Draft of Rs.300/- (Rupees Three hundred only) through a bank drawn in favour of Food Corporation of India, payable at Noida. No other mode of payment would be accepted. The date of issue of demand draft should not be before the date of advertisement.

2. Application fee is not required for SC/ST and PH candidates, subject to submission of Caste/Disability Certificate from Appropriate Authority in support of his/her claim.

3. Application can be made in online mode only. The candidates who apply online have to fill all the details online, then take a print out of filled form, affix photo & put signatures at designated places & then send the form along with demand draft & photocopies of certificates to the Post Box Number.

4. The online application window can be accessed at http://specialtest.in/fci for a period of 30 days from the date of publication of this advertisement


FOOD CORPORATION OF INDIA. (FCI)
FCI , the leader in food grains management was 1st set up under food corporation act 1964( act no. 37). Since its inception it handled various situations of plenty and scarcity ,having fulfilling the objectives of food policy; FCI has successfuly met the challange of managing the complex task of providing food security for the nation.
In sub-continent like India , FCI plays a leading role in making food grains available to the extent of 30 lakh tonnes during a month,to respective state government for the distribution among benefeciaries. It is a strong food security system which has helped to sustain the agriculture growth rate. The efficiency with which FCI tackled one of the worst droughts of the century not only cemented its role as the premier organisation in charge of food security in India, but also brought it accolades from international oraganisations.
The objectives of FCI are a) Effective price support operations for safeguarding the interests of farmers. b)To make food grains available at reasonable prices particularly to vulnerable sections of society. c)Maintaining satisfactory level of operational and buffer stocks of food grains to ensure National Food Security. d)To intervene in the market for price stabilisation. It handled various situations of plenty and scarcity.
Management of such abig corporation is indeed a very tough job.The general superintendence,director and management of the affairs and business of corporation shall vest in a board of directors,which may exercise all such powers. Decision of the central government will be final on any issue of policy.It operates through 5 zonal offices and 23 regional offices in India.
Each year FCI purchases roughly 15-20% of India's wheat output and 12- 15% of its rice output . Total storage capacity as on 1st sep '09 is 27.71 million tonnes. FCI completes 45 years of its existence by 14th jan 2010.FCI undertakes various functions like storage, inter-state movements of stocks,distribution operations, procurements, exports, quality control, issues/disposal of stocks etc.
FCI @global offers a)FCI corporate site b) Ministry of food consumer affairs and public distributions. c)CWS d)PSWC.  FCI usesa web based Integrated Management Information System for FCI.To carry out these gigantic operations a large amount of capital is required.The reserve bank of India with the help of national government looks after its needs.  FCI recruits people for various posts and thus provide employment too.
To procure,store,preserve and move such a huge quantity of stocks spreading over a vast areas with its intricate network is indeed a tough and back-jerking task.Today it can take the credit for having contributed a great deal in transforming India from a chronically food deficit country to one that is self -sufficient.  

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1 comment:

deepthi said...

sir i am b.tech(information technology) student can i apply for this FCI jobs.pls sent responce sir

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