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National Judicial Academic Council


Members of National Judicial Academic Council

[As on 13-06-2019]

    Pursuant to the Resolution adopted in the Chief Justices' Conference, 2016 under Agenda Item No. 9, a National Judicial Academic Council has been established by the Hon'ble Chief Justice of India as hereunder:-

1.

Hon'ble The Chief Justice of India

- Chairperson

2.

Hon'ble Mr. Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde

- Member

3.

Hon'ble Mr. Justice Hon'ble N.V. Ramana

- Member

4.

Judge-In-Charge
Judicial Training & Research Institute,
Lucknow, U.P.

- Member

5.

President, Board of Governors
Telangana State Judicial Academy
Secundrabad, Telangana

- Member

6.

Director & Member of the Academy
Maharashtra Judicial Academy &
Indian Mediation Centre & Training Institute, Uttan

- Member

7.

Chairman
Judicial Officers Training Institute Maharashtra

- Member

8.

Judge-In-Charge
West Bengal Judicial Academy, Kolkata

- Member

9.

Chairman
Chhattisgarh State Judicial Academy
Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh

- Member

10.

Chairperson (Judge-In-Charge)
Delhi Judicial Academy
Delhi

- Member

11.

Judge-In-Charge (Training)
Judicial Adademy
Guwahati, Assam

- Member

12.

President
Gujarat State Judicial Academy
Ahmedabad, Gujarat

- Member

13.

President
Himachal Pradesh Judicial Academy
Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

- Member

14.

Chairman
J&K State Judicial Academy
Jammu/Srinagar, J&K

- Member

15.

Patron-in-Chief (Chairman)
Judicial Academy
Ranchi, Jharkhand

- Member

16.

President
Karnataka Judicial Academy
Bengaluru, Karnataka

- Member

17.

President of the BOG
Kerala Judicial Academy
Kochi, Kerala

- Member

18.

Judge-In-Charge
Madhya Pradesh State Judicial Academy
Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

- Member

19.

President
Tamil Nadu State Judicial Academy
Chennai, Tamil Nadu

- Member

20.

Chairman/Judge-In-Charge
Manipur Judicial Academy
Imphal, Manipur

- Member

21.

Chairperson
Odisha Judicial Academy
Cuttack, Odisha

- Member

22.

Chairman
Bihar Judicial Academy
Patna, Bihar

- Member

23.

President
Chandigarh Judicial Academy
Chandigarh

- Member

24.

Chairman/Judge-In-Charge
Rajasthan State Judicial Academy
Jodhpur, Rajasthan

- Member

25.

President
Sikkim Judicial Academy
Gangtok, Sikkim

- Member

26.

Judge-In-Charge
Tripura Judicial Academy
Agartala, Tripura

- Member

27.

Judge-In-Charge
Uttarakhand Judicial & Legal Academy
Nainital, Uttarakhand

- Member

28.

Judge-In-Charge
Meghalaya State Judicial Academy
Shillong, Meghalaya

- Member

29.

Secretary
Department of Justice
Government of India

- Member

30.

Shri F.S. Nariman
Senior Advocate

-Nominee of the Chief Justice of India*

31.

Prof. (Dr.) G. Mohan Gopal
Former Director, National Judicial Academy

-Nominee of the Chief Justice of India*

32.

Director
National Judicial Academy
Bhopal

- Member Secretary

    * [The tenure of nominee members shall be for two years.]


    The function of the Council would be to:

    (i) Promote the cause of judicial education;
    (ii) Devise the academic calendar for NJA;
    (iii) Prescribe, and approve academic calendars for SJAs;
    (iv) Promote the growth and availability of resources required for judicial training and education;
    (v) Coordinate and monitor the functioning of NJA & SJAs;
    (vi) Suggest methods for improving judicial education facilities and cooperation among NJA and SJAs. NJA and SJAs will submit annual academic calendars of their respective academies to the Council for finalization. The annual calendars of SJAs be prepared in a manner that to the extent practicable, the distribution of subjects be divided in the ratio of 80:20 between pan India subjects and state specific subjects (the proportion shall be 50:50 for the States of Nagaland, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Sikkim).