About CSR

Competition Success Review or CSR not only acts as a career guide but molds the personality of the youth, enabling them to hone their skills and intellect. CSR works towards building the belief that a wholesome personality is essential to tackle setbacks and achieve success in life. Its vision has been to promote positive thinking and to motivate the youth to focus on the goals.

Driven by success, CSR has contributed in delivering top brains in the Civil Services, officers in different PSU’s, Defense and other sectors. The interviews featured in CSR provide the right guidance to Civil Servant aspirants by expressing their journey towards success.

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Managing Director: S.K Sachdeva
Established: 1964
Type: General Knowledge, Competitive Entrance, Current Affairs, Interviews with IAS Toppers, Group Discussion and Interview Tips, Sample Question Papers
Languages: English & Hindi
Readership: 7.4 Million
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  • Engineering Success Review
  • MBA Entrance Tests and Directory
  • Careers and Courses
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