FCI MT Result – Management Trainee, Manager Cut Off

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Food Corporation of India ( FCI ), a PSU under Indian Govt in order to fill the vacant posts of Management Trainee ( MT ) and Managers for Three Hundred and Forty Nine Posts conducted a Written Exam on 25th of October 2015 at various examination all over the country. After shedding sweat for its preparation for months, the candidates were sitting in this exam.

Now all of them wish to view their FCI MT Exam Result. But as you know that the no of candidates were higher, the department is taking its utmost care to prepare the Exam Result with great transparency. As per the previous records regarding declaration of Exam Result, it may be expected that this time too Management Trainee / Manager Result shall be made possible in the upcoming days.

FCI Results for MT and Various Posts

It was the Multiple Choice Exam with no fixed syllabus. There were questions regarding Quantitative Aptitude and other Questions from General Areas. There were Paper Sets to avoid any unfair means.

The exam was held Zone Wise and therefore the Exam Result shall also be covered zone -wise. The fortunate candidates shall have to undergo the next phase of selection and i.e. Group Discussion and Interview. We have connected links for the same. The candidates can get benefit from our experience.

The MT Exam Result for Posts in FCI shall be checked very soon by visiting the official website of the department. For reaching the official website click here. Obviously you have to fill your Exam Roll here. Immediately after you have completed the process, the Result shall manifest itself before you.

Which Job is better FCI MT or SBI PO ?

First of all, it is clear that SBI is better. Secondly, the importance of post depends on the career choice of the candidates.

About FCI –

It was set up in 1965 with its premiere branch in Tamil Nadu. The main purpose of establishing this unit was to ensure food security in India besides making farmer self-dependent.

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