Anaita Vas 24 November 2021
No, because the Indian judicial system is an integrated judicial system that compromises the Supreme Court or the apex court at the top (national level) the high courts and the subordinate courts (state level). With each court having a different set of judges, the eligibility and powers for each court are different.
Some of the requirements to be a judge are:
1. The person should be a citizen of India and,
2. Must have an LLB or LLM degree and,
3. He/she must have passed the exam by the state Public Service Commission or,
4. He/she should have held a judicial office in India for 10 years or he should have been an advocate of a high court for 10 years or,
5. He/She should have been a judge of a High Court for at least 5 years or he/she should have been an advocate of a High Court for 10 years or,
6. Apart from these, a person is also eligible if he/she is an exceptional jurist according to the president.
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 24 November 2021
Recruitment rules for appointment of judge is different in all High Courts, some of them do not prescribe it to have experience as an advocate.
minakshi bindhani 25 November 2021