Judicial service exam is a gateway of entering the highly respected Indian Judiciary. For all those students who have inclination towards public service works, the judiciary can be a worthwhile option. The judicial service examination or provincial civil service judiciary examination (PCSJ) which is entry level exams for law students to become members of the lower judiciary. The respective state government under the general supervision of respective High courts appoints members of subordinate judiciary based upon the entrance examination. Eligibility criteria- The eligibility criteria for appearing in Judicial Service Examination is degree in law (5 years/ 3 years law) and he/she has either enrolled or qualified to be enrolled as an Advocate in Advocates Act, 1961. In subordinate judiciary no experience is required as such and final year students can also appear in few state judicial services for example- Rajasthan judicial services. Age limit - A person who has completed his LL.B or B.A. LL.B Degree can appear in Judicial Services Exam conducted by various states. The lower age limit is 21 year and the upper age is 32 years.