Entrance exams have become the entry ticket to many prestigious career options. Today, in order to enter any field, you will have to face the challenging entrance exams. This has led to much competition amongst the youth, who spend most of their time in coaching centers preparing for their admissions. Judicial Service exams, Special Class Railway Apprentice Exam (SCRA) and Common Written Exam (CWE) are such exams which demand your hard work and commitment. Unlike any other exam, they are not easy to clear, also there are thousands of other candidates who wish to bag a seat in these prestigious fields.

Judicial Service exam:
• Every state conducts a Judicial Service Exam to recruit deserving candidates for its Judicial Services. Law graduates with a few years work experience are eligible to appear for the judicial service recruitment exam.
• Some judicial service offices may be appointed as judges based on their experience, credibility, seniority, etc. Experienced practicing lawyers may also be recommended for appointment as judges. The legal profession offers scope for employment in the government, in defence services, in the private sector, in various public sector organizations, etc.
• However, the government is planning to set up a national level Judicial Service Exam, following the same pattern of All India Services. This will allow fair representation of all states, however, the discussions regarding this issue is still on.

Special Class Railway Apprentice Exam (SCRA):
• Special Class Railway Apprentice Exam (SCRA) is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). The candidates who are selected after the stringent recruitment procedure are undertaken for undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering.
• The SCRA selection procedure is divided into a written test and a personality test. Basic subjects like English, Mathematics and Science are included in the written exam.
• The training is conducted at IIRMEE. After the training session is over, the meritorious candidates are selected for highest level leadership program in the Railway organization (also called Group A Officers).
Common Written Exam (CWE):
• The common written exam (CWE) will be a new method of bank recruitment in 2012, conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). It is a large scale recruitment programme for Bank PO and Clerical Posts.
• IBPS has a vast and well connected network spread throughout India. It conducts exams for various posts; however CWE is for these two posts which are the most popular amongst the youth.
• The candidates, who clear the CWE 2012 by IBPS, will be given a mark sheet. Based on their performance in the exam, they will be called directly for an interview, if any vacancy arises in the 19 public sector banks involved.

All these exams, CWE, judicial service exam or special class railway apprentice exam (SCRA) gain you entry into different fields. However, clearing them is not an easy job. It is ony after months of preparation and hard work, that you will be able to cut the stiff competition and secure yourself a seat.

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