Justice Aniruddha Appointed as Head of National Judicial Academy

Justice Bose’s retirement is one of four in the Supreme Court this year, with Justice Ajjikuttira Somaiah Bopanna, Justice Hima Kohli, and CJI Chandrachud also set to retire. Justice Sanjiv Khanna is set to become the 51st CJI on November 11.

Justice Aniruddha Appointed as Head of National Judicial Academy

Justice Aniruddha Bose has been retired from the Supreme Court after a five-year tenure. He was formally praised by the Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud and other legal luminaries for his sense of justice, and compassion, Justice Bose has been appointed to head the National Judicial Academy in Bhopal.

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Mr. Bose graduated from St Xavier’s College and Surendranath Law College, and enrolled as an advocate in the Calcutta High Court in 1985, becoming a permanent judge in 2004 and the Jharkhand High Court Chief Justice in 2018. Justice Bose’s retirement is one of four in the Supreme Court this year, with Justice Ajjikuttira Somaiah Bopanna, Justice Hima Kohli, and CJI Chandrachud also set to retire. Justice Sanjiv Khanna is set to become the 51st CJI on November 11.

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The National Judicial Academy (NJA) is an institute located in Bhopal, established in 1993 under the administration of the Supreme Court of India. The primary objective of the NJA is to provide training and education to judges of both trial courts and constitutional courts across the country. The academy aims to enhance the skills, knowledge, and competence of the judiciary to ensure the effective administration of justice.

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