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First of all FCI has uploaded a notice on fcicgjobs.com that it was going to conduct Examination for FCI Chhattisgarh Watchman Vacancies. FCI CG Watchman Admit Card/Exam Hall ticket for examination can be downloaded from official website , Here is good news for all those who had applied for FCI CG Watchman 104 Vacancies . Ind-govtjobs.in takes the privilege to inform that FCI will issued FCI CG Watchman Admit Card @ fcicgjobs.com It may also be noted that exam date is  24th September 2017. So, get ready to download the FCI CG Watchman Admit Card 2017 from this page link given here under or from official FCI Portal .

FCI CG Watchman Admit Card 2017

FCI CG Watchman Exam date is just released  now, it is published  on official website of FCI and  there will be definitely paucity of time to prepare well for exam. So start preparing your  FCI CG Watchman Exam 2017 18 ,our team at www.ind-govtjobs.in is always with you to guide you through your arduous journey to get  FCI CG Watchman Job 2017. Feel free to share your problems from  filling in application to preparation strategy of Chhattisgarh State Exam in 2017 .We will definitely feel proud by assisting all the candidates . Just write your comment in the comment box provided in the end of this page. It may be reminded here all those job seekers who had register their application for  FCI CG Watchman Vacancy will be able to download their admit card now.  FCI CG Watchman Admit Card 2017  will provide candidates exam date, time and Roll Number of candidate will be printed along with Name of Father and Candidate’s name . First of all Examination Conducting Authority will upload the link on official website, here on this page as well candidates can get link for downloading FCI CG Watchman ADMIT CARD 2017.

FCI CG Watchman Exam Date 2017

After a long time Chhattisgarh Government has issued a job notification for the benefit of unemployed Youth in the Chhattisgarh State. FCI  CG Watchman admit card 2017 will  be able to download their admit cards now. Eligible candidates who had applied for  the FCI CG Watchman vacancy can download admit card from the official portal of  FCI @fcicgjobs.com Here it is important for the candidates that first they should go to the  official portal and then click on the advertisement no. Estt.IV/DR-Watchman/01/2017 which will lead them to next login page. Here candidates can fill their login id and can download their admit card. Please do not forgot to take the print out of the admit card as it will be required in the Examination Hall.

DOWNLOAD ADMIT CARD HERE >>http://www.fcicgjobs.com

OR

http://www.fcicgjobs.com/Candidate/LoginPage.aspx

How to Download FCI CG Watchman Admit Card 2017  Online

Go to the official site link given below i.e., www.fcicgjobs.com and enter your Logins asked , then go to the admit card link [ important :remember to click on  concerned advt no. Estt.IV/DR-Watchman/01/2017 on home page ]

After that candidate need to fill in Registration number and DOB at required space.

Get the print of admit card , keep it in safe custody as it will be required in Examination Hall.

FCI CG Watchman Admit Card 2017 DOWNLOAD

Dear Job seeker as all of you know  FCI CG Watchman Admit card 2017 is mandatory for all FCI exams but it can not be downloaded  from any site.Candidates must Log in  www.fcicgjobs.com to download it or can also be downloaded from this page , we shall promptly update the link for you well . Important ,no one can get FCI CG Watchman Admit Card 2017 by Post, it is available online on the official FCI Portal.

Exam dates for FCI Watchman CG  Advt : Estt.IV/DR-Watchman/01/2017  is  24th September 2017 as per official FCI Notice

FCI CG Watchman Syllabus Exam Pattern 2017

To meet the need of preparation of upcoming FCI Exams 2017, go through following  FCI Chhattisgarh Watchman Exam Pattern 2017 :

Written Examination paper (Duration-120 min.):

The written test will be comprise of 100 multiple choice ques. of General knowledge , Basic Mathematics and General Hindi up to 8th standard

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