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Tamil Nadu Govt approves promotion of 49 civil judges as District Judges

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New Delhi: The Tamil Nadu government has accepted the proposal of the Madras High Court to promote 49 civil judges to the rank of District Judge on temporary basis, in the Tamil Nadu State Judicial Service in existing vacancies earmarked under the 65 percent quota.

The proposal had been sent by the Registrar General of the Madras High Court which was approved on August 19.

The 49 Judges who have been promoted are:

1. M. Chandran, Deputed to Puducherry Judicial Service functioning as Sub Judge, Yanam.

2. P. Srikumar, Principal Sub Judge, Coimbatore.

3. T. Panneerselvam, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Nagapattinam.

4. A.P. Latha, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Namakkal.

5. S. Ravishanker, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Tirunelveli.

6. G. Saraswathi, Secretary, District Legal Services Authority, Tiruvallur

7. Roslyn Durai, II Metropolitan Magistrate, Egmore.

8. G.M.Vasanthi, Principal Sub Judge, Tiruvannamalai.

9. K. Vijaya, Principal Sub Judge, Tiruchirappalli.

10. A.S. Hariharakumar, III Assistant Judge, City Civil Court, Chennai.

11. T.V. Hemanandakumar, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Madurai.

12. J. Venkatesan, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Theni.

13. A. PackiaJothi, IV Assistant Judge, City Civil Court, Chennai.

14. A.M. Ravi, Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Egmore.

15. G. Sundararajan, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Tiruippur.

16. R. Nandhini Devi, Judicial Officer/Chairman, Taxation Appeals Tribunal, Corporation of Coimbatore, Coimbatore.

17. V. Damodaran, Deputed to Puducherry Judicial Service functioning as Chief Judicial Magistrate, Pondicherry.

18. G. Sarathraj, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Dindigul.

19. V.S. Kumaresan, Principal Sub Judge, Tirunelveli.

20. G. Muthukumaran, functioning on Other Duty as Deputy Director, Regional Centre of Judicial Academy, Madurai.

21. M.A. Kabeer, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Chengalpattu.

22. A.K. Babulal, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Sivagangai.

23. G. Sriramajeyam, Principal Sub Judge, Salem.

24. K. Amudha, V Assistant Judge, City Civil Court, Chennai.

25. T. Munusamy, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Salem.

26. R. Arulmozhiselvi, Member (Human Resources), e-Committee, Supreme Court of India New Delhi (On

Deputation Basis).

27. A. ThiruvenkataSeenivasan, Chief Judicial Magistrate Cuddalore.

28. E. Bakthavachalu, Special Sub Judge, Special Sub Court to deal with LAOP Cases, Vellore.

29. N.S. Srivathsan, Principal Sub Judge, Thanjavur.

30. V. Anuradha, Principal Sub Judge, Tiruppur.

31. S. UmaMaheswari-I, II Judge, Court of Small Causes, Chennai.

32. A. Ramesh, Assistant Sessions Judge, Additional Special Court for trial of criminal cases related to elected members of Parliament and members of Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu, Chennai.

33. G. Saran, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Srivilliputhur.

34. A. RameshBabu, Additional Registrar Member, e-Committee (Management Human Resources), Supreme Court of India, New Delhi-110003 (On Deputation Basis).

35. A. Malarvizhi, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Karur.

36. K. Arunachalam, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Nagercoil.

37. D. Sivakumar-I, III Judge, Court of Small Causes, Chennai.

38. S. Hema, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Thoothukudi.

39. S. EzhilVelavan, Principal Sub Judge, Dindigul.

40. G. Kulasekaran, Additional Judicial Member, Sales Tax Appellate Tribunal, Coimbatore.

41. A. Philip Nicholas Alex, Sub Judge, Sivakasi.

42. S. Giri, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Perambalur.

43. S. Balakrishnan, IV Judge, Court of Small Causes Chennai.

44. N. Uma Rani, Sub Judge, Thittakudi.

45. S. PrabhaChandran, Sub Judge, Avinashi.

46. P. Vidhya, VII Assistant Judge, City Civil Court, Chennai.

47. S. Muthukumaravel, Principal Sub Judge, Villupuram.

48. S. KirubaharanMathuram, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Tiruchirappalli.

49. P. Thangavel, Special Sub Judge, Special Sub Court to deal with MCOP cases, Madurai.

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Read the order here;

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– India Legal Bureau

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