FCI Manager Syllabus 2022: FCI has released the FCI Manager Syllabus with its official notification. Candidates can find a detailed breakdown of the complete syllabus of Phase I and Phase II of the FCI Manager 2022 Exam. Candidates can also read up on the exam pattern and specific topics covered for each Phase.
The major sections covered under FCI Manager 2022 Phase I Exam are:
1. English Language
3. Numerical Ability
4. General Studies
Once a candidate clears the Phase I exam, they will be called to appear for the FCI Manager Phase II Exam.
FCI Manager Phase II exam consists of two papers. The two papers will differ based on the post the candidate is applying for. In case of Manager (Accounts, Technical, Civil Engineering, and Electrical Engineering) candidates will have to appear for Paper I and Paper II. In case of Manager (Hindi) candidates will have to appear for Paper III and Paper IV.
FCI Manager Syllabus 2022
Before checking the FCI Manager syllabus, have a quick look at the FCI Manager Notification and selection process. The FCI Manager Notification 2022 has been released by FCI on the 24th of August, 2022. The online registration process began on 27th of August, 2022 and will end on 26th of September 2022. The official website fci.in will host the FCI Manager 2022 notification. The FCI Manager Exam 2022 will be conducted entirely online. There are two stages for the selection process:
1. FCI Manager Phase I
2. FCI Manager Phase II
FCI Manager Syllabus 2022
There are 4 sections in the FCI Manager Phase I Exam. But for Phase II Exam there are two separate papers, each having sections of its own. Looking at the section-wise syllabus for the FCI Manager Exam 2022 will help in understanding the pattern of the exam and formulating a preparation strategy with respect to your strengths and weaknesses. The complete syllabus is provided for all subjects. The FCI Manager Exam 2022 Syllabus for Phase I and Phase II is given below:
FCI Manager Syllabus for Phase I Exam
The FCI Manager Syllabus for the Phase I exam consists of 4 main sections and subjects:
1. English Language
3. Numerical Ability
4. General Studies
The detailed FCI Manager 2022 Phase I Exam Syllabus is as follows-
|Reading Comprehension||Sentence Improvement|
|Cloze Test||Phrase Replacement|
|Error Spotting||Antonyms Synonyms|
|Para Jumbles||Idioms and Phrases|
|Fillers – Single, Double||One-Word Substitution|
|Idioms and Phrases||Verbal Ability|
|Arrangement and Pattern||Direction and Distance|
|Coding and Decoding||Input-Output|
|Blood Relations||Order Ranking|
|Alphanumeric Series||Logical Reasoning|
|Data Interpretation||Ratio & Proportion|
|Quadratic Equations||Profit & Loss|
|Data Sufficiency||Averages, Mixtures & Alligation|
|Problems on Ages||Simple Interest & Compound Interest|
|Partnerships||Work & Time|
|Mensuration||Time, Speed & Distance|
|Permutation & Combination||Probability|
Comprises mainly of Indian History, Indian Economy, Geography & General Science up to Class 8th level. These will make up 20 questions of the section. There will also be 5 questions from Current Affairs.
FCI Manager Syllabus 2022 - Phase II
The Phase II online test will comprise of two exam papers, Paper-I and Paper-II.
Phase II Syllabus - Paper I
Phase II Paper I will mainly comprise of 4 sections- English Language, Reasoning Ability, Numerical Aptitude and General Studies.
General Studies Syllabus
- Indian History
- Indian Economy
- General Science
- Current Affairs
- Computer Awareness
Indian History, Indian Economy and Geography will comprise 25 questions. General Science up to Xth standard will comprise 10 questions. Current Affairs will comprise 5 questions and Computer Awareness 5 questions.
Computer Awareness Syllabus
|Introduction to Computers||MS Office applications|
|Basics of Computer hardware||Internet and E-mail|
|Operating System||Keyboard Shortcuts|
|Computer Abbreviations||Computer Network-Types and Topology|
|Computer Languages||Generation of Computers|
Phase II Syllabus - Paper II
The syllabus for specified technical posts for Paper-II to assess the post-specific technical knowledge of relevant stream is as under:
I. Manager (Accounts):
1. Basic Accounting concept including preparation of books of accounts and Accounting Standards.
2. Financial Management: (a) Analysis of Financial statement (b) Budgeting & Budgetary control (c) Working Capital management (d) Capital Budgeting & Ratio Analysis.
3. Taxation: (a) Income Tax including filing of return, TDS, Advance Tax etc. (b) Goods & Services Tax.
4. Auditing: (a) Auditing Concepts and Methods (b) Internal & External Audit of Companies.
5. Commercial Laws: (a) Contract Act (b) Companies Act (c) Sales of Goods Act (d) Negotiable Instrument Act (e) Consumer Protection Act (f) RTI Act.
6. Basic of Computers: (a) Operating System (b) Browsers (c) Email (d) Memory (Internal, External, portable) (e) Chats (f) Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) (g) Networks.
II. Manager (Technical) :
1. Agricultural- Statistics of Indian Agriculture (Cereals & Pulses), Food & Agriculture Microbiology, Nutrition (Animal & Plant), Postharvest care of Cereals & Pulses, Foodgrain Protection, Agriculture Extension.
2. Biotechnology- Microbes: Beneficial & Harmful, Genetic Engineering, Biotechnological Principles, Economic Biotechnology, Pathogens & Control, Recent trends.
3. Entomology- Basic Entomology, Economic Entomology, Beneficial and harmful insects, integrated Post Management (IPM), Storage Grain Insect pest, Vertebrate Pests.
4. Chemistry- Physical Chemistry: Structure of Atoms, Chemical Bonding, Radioactivity; Inorganic Chemistry, Periodic Table, Basics Metals & Non-metals, Organic Chemistry, Basics of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alcohols, aldehydes and acids, Biochemistry (Carbohydrates, Proteins & Fats).
5. PFA Act, 1964, Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006/Food Safety and Standards Regulations 2011, Right to Information Act, 2005.
III. Manager (Civil Engineering):
1. Engineering Materials & Construction Technology: Selection of site for the construction, Planning and orientation of buildings, Ventilation and air conditioning, acoustics. Building and highway materials, Stones, Brick's timber, Lime, Cement Mortar, Plain and reinforced Cement Concrete, Bitumen, Asphalt.
2. Building Materials: Stone, Lime, Glass, Plastics, Steel, FRP, Ceramics, Aluminum, Fly Ash, Basic Admixtures, Timber, Bricks, and Aggregates Classification, properties and selection criteria, Cement, etc.
3. Construction Practice, Planning and Management: Construction Planning, Equipment, site investigation, Tendering Process and Contract Management, Quality Control, Productivity, Operation Cost; Land acquisition, Labor safety, and welfare.
Surveying, Leveling, temporary and permanent adjustments of levels and Theodolite, Use of theodolite, tachometry. Trigonometrically and Triangulation survey. Contours and contouring, Computations of areas and volumes.
5. Soil/Geotechnical Engineering
Classification of soil, Field identification tests, water content, specific gravity, voids ratio, porosity, Soil permeability and its determination in the laboratory and field, Darcy's law, Flow nets its Characteristics. Local and general shear failures, design Criteria for shallow foundation, Plate load test, Stability of simple slopes.
6. Highway and bridges: Classification of road land width, Flexible pavements, WBM courses, sub-base, sand bitumen base curse, crushed cement concrete base / sub-base course. Prime and tack coats, surface dressing, Asphaltic concrete, seal coats, etc.
7. Structural Analysis: Strength of materials, Bending moments and shear force, Analysis of determinate and indeterminate structure, Suspended Cables, Concepts and use of Computer-Aided Design.
8. Design of steel structures: Principles of working stress methods, Design of tension and compression members, Design of beams and beam-column connections, built-up sections, Girders, Industrial roofs, Principles of Ultimate
9. Design of Concrete and Masonry Structures: Limit state design for bending, shear, axial compression and combined forces; Design of beams, Slabs, Lintels, Foundations, Retaining walls, Tanks, Staircases.
10. Estimating, Costing and Valuation: estimate, analysis of rates, earthwork, Brick, RCC work shuttering, Painting, Flooring, Plastering flexible pavements, Tube well, isolates and combined footings, Steel Truss, Piles, etc. Valuation- Value and cost, scrap value, salvage value, assessed value, sinking fund, depreciation and obsolescence, methods of valuation.
IV. Manager (Electrical Mechanical Engineering): Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning, Theory of Machines, Machine Design, Strength of Materials, Engineering Materials, Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Production Planning and Control Material handling, Electrical Circuits, Network theorems, EM Theory, Electrostatics, Material Science (Electric Materials), Electrical Measurements, Elements of Computation Power Apparatus and Systems (Power System: Power generation; Thermal, Hydro, Nuclear & Solar power production and Transmissions), Electromechanics, Control Systems, Electronics and Communications, Estimation and costing, Use of computers.
Pattern of Paper – III and Paper – IV shall be as follows:
Paper-III: Multiple Choice Questions on General Hindi, General English, General Awareness, General Intelligence, Computer Awareness, Management and Current Affairs for candidates applying for the Post Code H Manager (Hindi).
Paper-IV (Subjective Test):
i. 01 Passage for translation from Hindi to English (30 Marks)
ii. 01 Passage for translation from English to Hindi (30 Marks)
iii. 01 essay in Hindi (30 Marks)
iv. 01 Precis Writing in English (30 Marks).
For appearing in Paper-IV Manager (Hindi) candidate should be able to use the following keyboard layouts:
2. Remington (GAIL)
Note: Marks obtained in Phase-I online exam will not be reckoned for final merit.