Competitionmantra (www.competitionmantra.com) is a leading website providing valuable, convenient, relevant and enjoyable online education pertaining to GK & Current Affairs to students, aspirants and general public through a diversity of services. This website is a venture of Virendra Kumar, a former aspirant of Civil Services Examination.
The main orientation of this website is to create a large repository of knowledge for the general reference of students and aspirants. Competitionmantra was launched on 10th July, 2016 and is a pioneer in providing high quality content to students and aspirants of various Competitive examinations in India. The team of Competitionmantra includes former aspirants of the Civil Services Examination & from Various Educational Fields.
How Competitionmantra can help me in my preparation?
Competitionmantra covers the current affairs and conventional subjects. We update the current affairs quiz for SSC, Bank PO exams and other examinations. We post the articles related to entire gamut of General Studies to cater the needs of all other examinations. Bank PO Study Material provided on this site is a complete guide for you to understand the basics of the Banking in India.
How Competitionmantra helps in UPSC Civil Services or State Civil Services Exams?
If you are preparing for Civil Services Exam, all the content of this site is important as a supplement to your studies.
This site intends to cover current events in a systematic and time bound manner along with conventional subjects.
Competitionmantra also conducts Target Programmes comprising study material and mock tests to tackle the General Studies Papers of Civil Services Examination.
I found a mistake or some outdated info in the past archive, how to edit this?
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