State Judicial Commissions
201. State Judicial Commissions.
There shall be
a State Judicial Commission, within the Jurisdictional area of each High Court, consisting of all retired Chief Justices and
Judges of High Courts permanently, residing within such area, barring those who are holding any other office of any commission
or those whose health does not permits, or those named in any doubt full conduct.
Once a retired
judge of High Court is nominated, as a member of any particular State Judicial Commission, can't be transferred to any other
State Judicial Commission, without permission from the National Judicial Commission.
Every member of
the State Judicial Commission, time to time, shall be allotted their respective serial numbers on the basis of their seniority,
to use at the time of their appointment as a member of a particular Bench.
No Bench of the
State Judicial Commission shall be constituted less than five members or more than eleven members.
Every Bench shall
be constituted through a predetermined mechanism, under which no member shall be appointed in two Benches, until all of its
members shall be appointed in any one such Bench. Under such mechanism this shall be ensured that after every three months
every member shall rotate from one Bench to another Bench. Such mechanism shall
be transparent to public and shall be supervised by a supervising committee consisting of all members of the State Judicial
of every Bench of the State Judicial Commission shall be transparent to public and shall be recorded.
202. Oath or affirmation by the
Chairman or any Member of the State Judicial Commission.
Every person before he enters upon his office, as the Chairman or Member of any State
Judicial Commission shall make and subscribe before the Governor, or some person appointed in that behalf by him, an oath
or affirmation in the following manner: -" I, A.B., being the Chairman or Member) of the
(name of the State Judicial Commission comprising with Jurisdictional area of a particular High Court) swear in the name of
God (or solemnly affirm) that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of Bharat as by law established, that
I will uphold the sovereignty and integrity of Bharat that I will duly and faithfully and to the best of my knowledge and
judgment guided by the Constitution, perform the duties of my office without fear or favour, affection or ill will and that
I will uphold the Constitution and the laws."