In addition to being an Indian citizen, the person must meet the following requirements: (a) have served as a judge of a High Court for at least five years or of two or more such Courts in succession; (b) have served as an advocate of a High Court for at least ten years; or (c) be, in the President’s opinion, a distinguished jurist. Click on the “Download PDF” option provided below to know more on-
- Who is eligible to become India’s, Chief Justice?
- Who appoints the Chief Justice of India?
- What procedure is used to recommend and appoint judges?
- What steps are involved in the removal of CJI?