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List of sitting judges of the Supreme Court of India

The Supreme Court of India, in New Delhi

This is a list of judges of the Supreme Court of India, the highest court in the Republic of India. The list is ordered according to seniority. There are currently 31 judges (including Chief Justice of India) against a maximum possible strength of 31. As per the Constitution of India, judges of the Supreme Court retire at age 65.[1]

Justice Ranjan Gogoi is the 46th Chief Justice of India. He was sworn in on 3 October 2018.

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List of judges ordered by seniorityEdit

Sr. No. Image Name Gender Date of appointment Becomes CJI on Date of retirement Parent High Court
1 Ranjan Gogoi Male 23 April 2012
(7 years, 84 days)
3 October 2018
(286 days)
17 November 2019
(−124 days)
Gauhati
2 Sharad Arvind Bobde Male 12 April 2013
(6 years, 95 days)
18 November 2019
(−125 days)
23 April 2021
(−1 year, 281 days)
Bombay
3 N. V. Ramana Male 17 February 2014
(5 years, 149 days)
24 April 2021
(−1 year, 282 days)
26 August 2022
(−3 years, 41 days)
Andhra Pradesh
4 Arun Kumar Mishra Male 7 July 2014
(5 years, 9 days)
2 September 2020
(−1 year, 48 days)
Madhya Pradesh
5 Rohinton Fali Nariman Male 7 July 2014
(5 years, 9 days)
12 August 2021
(−2 years, 27 days)
Bar Council
6 Abhay Manohar Sapre Male 13 August 2014
(4 years, 337 days)
27 August 2019
(−42 days)
Madhya Pradesh
7 R. Banumathi Female 13 August 2014
(4 years, 337 days)
19 July 2020
(−1 year, 3 days)
Madras
8 Uday U. Lalit Male 13 August 2014
(4 years, 337 days)
27 August 2022
(−3 years, 42 days)
8 November 2022
(−3 years, 115 days)
Bar Council
9 Ajay Manikrao Khanwilkar Male 13 May 2016
(3 years, 64 days)
29 July 2022
(−3 years, 13 days)
Bombay
10 Dhananjaya Y. Chandrachud Male 13 May 2016
(3 years, 64 days)
9 November 2022
(−3 years, 116 days)
10 November 2024
(−5 years, 117 days)
Bombay
11 Ashok Bhushan Male 13 May 2016
(3 years, 64 days)
4 July 2021
(−1 year, 353 days)
Allahabad
12 L. Nageswara Rao Male 13 May 2016
(3 years, 64 days)
7 June 2022
(−2 years, 326 days)
Bar Council
13 Sanjay Kishan Kaul Male 17 February 2017
(2 years, 149 days)
25 December 2023
(−4 years, 162 days)
Delhi
14 Mohan Shantanagoudar Male 17 February 2017
(2 years, 149 days)
4 May 2023
(−3 years, 292 days)
Karnataka
15 S. Abdul Nazeer Male 17 February 2017
(2 years, 149 days)
4 January 2023
(−3 years, 172 days)
Karnataka
16 Navin Sinha Male 17 February 2017
(2 years, 149 days)
18 August 2021
(−2 years, 33 days)
Patna
17 Deepak Gupta Male 17 February 2017
(2 years, 149 days)
6 May 2020
(−295 days)
Himachal Pradesh
18 Indu Malhotra Female 27 April 2018
(1 year, 80 days)
13 March 2021
(−1 year, 240 days)
Bar Council
19 Indira Banerjee Female 7 August 2018
(343 days)
23 September 2022
(−3 years, 69 days)
Calcutta
20 Vineet Saran Male 7 August 2018
(343 days)
10 May 2022
(−2 years, 298 days)
Allahabad
21 K. M. Joseph Male 7 August 2018
(343 days)
16 June 2023
(−3 years, 335 days)
Kerala
22 Hemant Gupta Male 2 November 2018
(256 days)
16 October 2022
(−3 years, 92 days)
Punjab and Haryana
23 Ramayyagari Subhash Reddy Male 2 November 2018
(256 days)
4 January 2022
(−2 years, 172 days)
Telangana
24 Mukesh Shah Male 2 November 2018
(256 days)
15 May 2023
(−3 years, 303 days)
Gujarat
25 Ajay Rastogi Male 2 November 2018
(256 days)
17 June 2023
(−3 years, 336 days)
Rajasthan
26 Dinesh Maheshwari Male 18 January 2019
(179 days)
14 May 2023
(−3 years, 302 days)
Rajasthan
27 Sanjiv Khanna Male 18 January 2019
(179 days)
11 November 2024
(−5 years, 118 days)
13 May 2025
(−5 years, 301 days)
Delhi
28 Bhushan Ramkrishna Gavai Male 24 May 2019
(53 days)
14 May 2025
(−5 years, 302 days)
23 November 2025
(−6 years, 130 days)
Bombay
29 Surya Kant Male 24 May 2019
(53 days)
24 November 2025
(−6 years, 131 days)
9 February 2027
(−7 years, 208 days)
Punjab and Haryana
30 Aniruddha Bose Male 24 May 2019
(53 days)
10 April 2024
(−4 years, 269 days)
Calcutta
31 A. S. Bopanna Male 24 May 2019

(53 days)

19 May 2024
(−4 years, 308 days)
Karnataka

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Hon'ble The Chief Justice of India & Hon'ble Judges". Supreme Court of India. Retrieved 24 August 2014.

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