Hon'ble the Supreme Court in “All India Judges Association v. Union of India, AIR 1992 SC 164” had laid emphasis on in-depth training for Judicial Officers. It was desired to have a regular set up where Judicial officers of all ranks would get judicial training on regular basis. After the commissioning of National Judicial Academy at Bhopal, Judicial Academies formally were established by some of the High Courts. High Court of Jammu and Kashmir also established regular Judicial Academy in the year 2001, Vide Hon'ble High Court of Jammu and Kashmir's Order No. 342 Dated 26th July 2001. Since then Jammu and Kashmir Judicial Academy is functioning regularly and is holding training programmes on regular basis.

Jammu and Kashmir Judicial Academy has been established as a limb of the High Court, which has independent infrastructure, exclusively meant for organising training programmes, research in the field of Judicial functioning, publishing the study material for Judicial officers and helping the UT Judiciary in its endeavour to have efficient and quality judicial dispensation. Jammu and Kashmir Judicial Academy functions according to the provisions of rules duly formulated.

Jammu and Kashmir Judicial Academy has its own infrastructure at Jammu in the premises of High Court and in Srinagar at Mominabad.


Jammu and Kashmir Judicial Academy is having administrative structure as:


Patron-in-Chief (Hon'ble Chief Justice of High Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh)


Chairman and Members (Hon'ble Judges of High Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh)


Director (Serving or retired District and Session Judge).

 








 

 

 

       
 

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