Friday, November 10, 2023

ગુજરાત હાઇકોર્ટે પટાવાળા /આસિસ્ટન્ટ Result જાહેર 2023


What is High Court?? And what are the powers and functions of the High Court?? In this article, we have explained in detail

everything related to the High Court of India. Because there are many people among us who are aware of the High Court but are unaware of their work and structure. That's why we have discussed in this article what is High Court?? (High Court Kya Hai??) Composition of High Court (High Court Ki Rachna), Qualification to become High Court Judge, Appointment of High Court Judges (High Court Ke Jajo Ki Niyukti), High Court Judge's tenure (High Court Ke Jaj Ka Karykaal), salary and allowances of High Court Chief Justice (High Court Ke Jazz Ke Wetan Or Bhatte) Or Kary) has been described in detail. So let's know without any delay the High Court A High Court has been arranged in each state of India by the Constitution of India, which sees or does the judicial work of each state. But it is not necessary for each State to have its own separate High Court. 

If the Parliament wishes, it can also make arrangements for a single High Court for two or more states. At present there is only one High Court for the states of Punjab and Haryana. The High Court is the highest court of the state and other courts of the state are subordinate to it. Despite the federal system of government, India has a unified judicial system and state high courts, over which other state courts have jurisdiction, which are fully subordinate to the Supreme Court. The High Court is not a completely independent court. The appointment of the Chief Justice and other judges is in the hands of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. On his recommendation, the President can transfer a judge of a High Court to another court. The Supreme Court can direct any court to hear appeals in any case under Article 136 of the Constitution. This means that the Supreme Court can allow an appeal against any decision of the High Court, and after a hearing can dismiss it. 

The decisions of the Supreme Court are binding on the High Court and are necessarily followed. The Supreme Court can also give orders to the High Courts which they have to follow. The Supreme Court can also review them. There is no doubt that the High Court is not an independent institution but subordinate to the Supreme Court, but that does not mean that it has to take decisions as per the wishes and orders of the Supreme Court. The High Court also conducts its proceedings with independence, impartiality and integrity. Like the Supreme Court, a state's high court has an important role in the administration of its state. It is the largest court in the state, containing all the courts in the state. 

બંને લિસ્ટ અલગ અલગ છે ,માટે બંને જોઈ લેવા - ડૉક્યુમેન્ટ વેરિફિકેશન માટે કઈ તારીખે અને ક્યાં જવાનું છે એની વિગત એમાં છેલ્લા પેજમાં આપેલી છે ,જોઈ લેજો 

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 લિસ્ટ જાહેર : 10-11-2023 

Under the 42nd Amendment, a higher court cannot challenge a lower court's decision unless there is an appeal against it. It is not under the control of the state government and state governments cannot legislate on its constitution and powers. Their judges are appointed jointly by the President and the Governor and are subordinate to the Supreme Court of India. The High Courts of the State have given admirable proof of their impartiality and independence in this strange constitution. While defending the Constitution and the liberties of citizens, the courts have not hesitated to rule against both state governments and the Government of India.

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