Competition Success Review – English

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  • Format Available: Print
  • Frequency: 12 Issues
  • Published From: India
  • Published By: CSR
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Competition Success Review, or CSR for short, is India’s premier general knowledge magazine. Our magazine is hugely popular across India, particularly with students who wish to appear for competitive entrance exams (Civil Service, MBA and others). Its content includes general knowledge trivia with a focus on Indian current events, Interview with IAS toppers, Interview and GD tips and sample question papers for different competitive examinations.

CSR was established in 1964 by Mr. S. K. Sachdeva who is also the Managing Director. Its popularity is validated by many sources – as per Audit Bureau of Circulation figures CSR is India’s Largest Selling Magazine in English Among all Fortnightlies & Monthlies (January- June 2007).

As per the National Readership Surveys CSR “India’s largest” magazine in this category and a “leader for the last four decades”. As per the NRS (National Readership Survey) 2001, CSR emerged as the largest selling magazine among all monthlies and fortnightlies with a total readership of 7.4 million. The head office of Competition Success Review is located in New Delhi.

It has indeed been a Herculean task to meet the varying demands of a nation and the ambitions of the youth eager the make a mark in life. Accordingly, CSR sought to reflect the spirit of the times. In a highly competitive world, only the persevering lot can hitch their wagons to a star and CSR provided the wherewithal to make the ordinary youth an extraordinary person by igniting the spark in an ambitious mind. Our efforts are validated by the fact that many of our regular and committed subscribers today excel in different walks of life. This makes us proud of our efforts.

The mighty Ganga and Competition Success Review (CSR) share a common chord!!! Both started with a humble beginning and went through a meandering course till they reached their destinations. Forty years ago, CSR started with a humble beginning and a small readership. Like the Bhagirathi, it struggled the hard way to earn the status as the foremost youth magazine in the country. It has been a herculean task to cater to the varying demands of a nation on the upsurge and the ambitions of the youth eager to make a mark in life. CSR sought to reflect the spirit of the times.


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