Saturday, 25 August 2018

GUJARAT HIGH COURT RECRUITMENT 2018

GUJARAT HIGH COURT RECRUITMENT 2018



GUJARAT HIGH COURT RECRUITMENT 2018

Indian Constitution establishes an integrated judiciary with the Supreme Court as the highest and final judicial tribunal of the Country.
Indian Constitution establishes an integrated judiciary with the Supreme Court as the highest and final judicial tribunal of the Country. Chapter IV of the Constitution of India deal with the union judiciary. Article 124(1) speaks about the establishment and the Constitution of the Supreme Court.
Originally, the Supreme Court of India consisted of a chief Justice and seven other judges, parliament may by law, increases or decrease the number of judges of the Supreme Court as and when require. By a law of parliament passed in 1986 the strength of the judges was raised to twenty six. The Supreme Court now consists of the chief justice and not more than twenty-five other judges.
The constitution also provides for the appointment of judges on adhoc basis as when required. Provision exists to appoint retired judges of the Supreme Court and of the High Courts in the States to act as judges of this Courts when called upon to do so.
The judges of the Supreme Court are appointed by the president. The latter must consult the chief Justice of the Supreme Court while making appointments of judges of the Supreme Court. He should also consult some existing judges of the Supreme Court while making such appointment.
In the matter of appointment of the Chief Justice of India, the President shall consult such judges of the Supreme Court and of the High Courts as he may deem necessary.

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