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FCI Punjab Watchman Admit Card 2017
Brief Details About FCI Punjab Watchman Previous Papers
|Name of the Organization||Food Corporation of India, Punjab|
|Name of the Vacancies||Watchman Vacancies|
|Number of Vacancies||860 vacancies|
|Application Last Date||20th September 2017|
|Date of the Exam||Update Soon|
|Job Category||Central Government Jobs|
Food Corporation of India, Punjab had revealed the employment notification to fill 860 Watchman vacancies. Already the officials started receiving the online registration forms on 21st August 2017. So willing contenders can apply on or before the last date i.e; 20th September 2017. The officials have not released the exam dates till now. For better preparation of the applicants, we are here to provide the complete details about Exam pattern, syllabus along with previous papers on this page. As per the notification, aspirants are selected for the Watchman vacancies by conducting the Written Exam. We suggest the aspirants utilize this opportunity and enhance their career in the Food Corporation of India. For more details about FCI Punjab Recruitment 2017, you refer the official website or on our website we have given all the details in a brief manner.
fci.gov.in | FCI Model Papers
So contenders can check the FCI Punjab Watchman Sample Question Papers for their exam preparation. To know the complete details regarding Model Papers read this article completely. The aspirants who are going to participate in written test they must work hard in order to qualify in written exam. To qualify in the written aspirants can practice more previous papers. Without practicing the previous papers aspirants cannot give their best performance in the written exam. Aspirants can download the previous papers and start their preparation without any late.
Food Corporation of India Watchman Exam Pattern
- The FCI Punjab Watchman Written Test comprises of questions from subjects such as General Knowledge, Reasoning, Current Affairs, English Language and Numerical Ability.
- The Exam paper will be in three languages i.e; trilingual (English, Hindi & Punjabi).
- 1 Mark will be awarded for each question.
- There is no negative marking.