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Supreme Court to be at full strength after 2019

Tags: National

The Government of India has cleared the appointment of Justice Sudhanshu Dhulia and Justice Jamshed Burjor Pardiwala as the Supreme Court judge on 7 May 2022.  

With the appointment of these judges the Supreme Court will now have 34 judges. 

This is the first time since November 2019 that the Supreme Court will have its full sanctioned judges.

The total number of judges in the Supreme Court is 34. One Chief Justice of India and 33 other judges.  

Judges of Supreme Court 

  • Article 124 of the constitution provides for a Chief justice of India and 7 other judges in the Supreme Court.
  •   Article 124 (1) gives the power to the Parliament to increase the number of Judges in the Supreme Court by making a law.
  •  When the constitution was enforced on 26 January 1950 there were 8 judges in the Supreme Court .One Chief Justice of India and 7 other judges.
  •  Later Parliament increased the number of judges from 8 in 1950 to 11 in 1956, 14 in 1960, 18 in 1978 and 26 in 1986, 30 in 2009 and to 34 in 2019.

 Who appoints the Judges of the Supreme Court

  • The Supreme Court judges are appointed by the President of India on the recommendation of a Supreme Court collegium consisting of the Chief Justice of India and four senior most judges of the Supreme Court.
  •  According to article 124(6) the oath of office to the Supreme Court judge is administered by the President of India or a person appointed by him . 
  • In  practice the in the case of the Chief Justice the President of India administers the oath of office  while in the  case of other judges of the Supreme Court it is administered by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
  • The Oaths taken by the judges of the Supreme Court are mentioned in the Third schedule of the constitution. 
  • Current Chief Justice of India: Justice N.V. Ramana . He is the 48th Chief justice of India.

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