FCI Result 2020
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The result for the Phase 2 online examination for Manager Category-II Recruitment 2019 has been declared by the Food Corporation of India (FCI). The phase 2 result is now available on the official website of FCI at fci.gov.in. All those candidates who have appeared for the Various Manager Category-II posts mains examination can visit the official website and check the result.
The phase-I recruitment examination was conducted on November 28, 2019, at various centres across the country. The phase-II examination was held on February 23, 2020. The facility to check the list of candidates shortlisted for Interview and Document Verification on basis of Phase-II examination of Cat-II posts in the recruitment process against Advt no.02/2019- FCI Category II is available online
Candidates can check the FCI Manager Category-II Phase 2 Result 2020 by following the simple steps provided below.
FCI Manager Category-II Phase 2 Result 2020: How to Check?
Step 1: Visit the official website, fci.gov.in
Step 2: On the home page, go to the current recruitment tab
Step 3: On the webpage, click on the link for, 'Category II Recruitment'
Step 4: Select the zone for which you have applied
Step 5: Click on the link available to check the result
Step 6: The post-wise result link will be displayed on the screen
Step 7: Click on the desired pdf link and the result will display on the screen
Step 8: Check the result and take a print out for future reference.
Candidates can also download the FCI Manager Category-II Phase 2 Result 2020 zone-wise with the help of the direct link mentioned below.
FCI Manager Category-II Phase 2 Result 2020: Direct Link
The Food Corporation of India was set up under the Food Corporation's Act 1964, in order to fulfil the following objectives of the Food Policy:
- Effective price support operations for safeguarding the interests of the farmers.
- Distribution of foodgrains throughout the country for the public distribution system.
- Maintaining a satisfactory level of operational and buffer stocks of food grains to ensure National Food Security.
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