FCI Zone list - FCI Zone wise State list states coming under FCI zones

Author: Anil kumar (M.Tech.) Former Lecturer

Check FCI Zone list - Check FCI Zone wise State list - list of states coming under FCI zones
Food Corporation of India conducts various recruitment like Assistant grade, Junior Engineer, Steno, Typist etc. every year. The corporation organizes its exams zone wise and also gives posting zone-wise. If you are thinking of applying for FCI posts, then you need to know in which zone you belong and which zone you should apply. For your information, There are five (5) FCI zones i.e. East zone, West zone, North zone, South zone, North-east zone. A candidate can apply for any one zone in the application form. There are various states comes under an FCI Zone as mentioned below. Here we are providing the State wise list of FCI in various zones. This list have zones and their respective states under them as given here.

FCI Zone list

Here is the list of states in FCI zones along with link to their websites.
1. FCI North Zone1. Delhi Region
2. Rajasthan Region
3. Punjab Region (includes the Union Territory of Chandigarh)
4. Himachal Pradesh Region
5. J&K Region
6. Haryana Region
7. Uttarakhand Region.
8. Uttar Pradesh Region
2. FCI South Zone1. Andhra Pradesh Region (includes Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands)
2. Kerala Region
3. Karnataka Region (includes Union Territory of Lakshadweep)
4. Tamil Nadu Region (includes Union Territory of Puducherry)
5. Telangana.
3. FCI East Zone1. Odisha Region
2. Jharkhand Region
3. Bihar Region
4. West Bengal Region (includes the State of Sikkim).
4. FCI West Zone1. Maharashtra Region (includes the State of Goa)
2. Chhattisgarh Region
3. Madhya Pradesh Region
4. Gujarat Region (includes the Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli UT).
5. FCI North-East Zone1. Assam Region
2. Arunachal Pradesh Region
3. Nagaland & Manipur Region
4. NEF Region (includes the State of Mizoram, Tripura and Meghalaya).

FCI zone list
FCI Zone list

Food Corporation of India was established Food Corporation's Act 1964. Some of the objectives of FCI is to make food grains available at reasonable prices and to intervene in market for price stabilization and to ensure food security. It is one of the largest Public Sector Undertakings. FCI its Depots and Offices are spread all over India.