Judge of Supreme of Court and Former Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court
NAME – Aniruddha Bose
PROFESSION- Advocate, Judge
BORN – 11/04/1959
PLACE OF BIRTH – Kolkata
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Passed Higher Secondary Examination from St. Lawrence High School, Kolkata
Graduated in Commerce stream from St. Xavier’s College in Kolkata
Completed his LL.B. from Surendranath Law College , Kolkata
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SPECIALISATION- Constitutional, Civil and Intellectual Property cases
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Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court
Aniruddha Bose was born on 11/04/1959 in Kolkata. He passed his Higher Secondary Examination from St. Lawrence High School, Kolkata in 1976 and graduated in B.Com. from St. Xavier’s College in Kolkata. He did his LL.B. from Surendranath Law College, Kolkata.
Having obtained his degree in Law, he enrolled himself with the Bar Council of West Bengal as an advocate in October, 1985. After the enrollment he started to practice on Constitutional, Civil and Intellectual Property matters in the Calcutta High Court.
He worked in the Original Side as well as the Appellate Side of the High Court. He was elevated as permanent Judge of the Calcutta High Court in February 2004. He was being recommended for elevation as the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court but returned by the Government of India with the view that he yet does not have enough experience to handle the affairs of a prominent High Court like Delhi.
The collegium reconsidered the proposal and he was transferred to Jharkhand High Court as Chief Justice in 2018. Finally in 2019 he was elevated as a Judge of Supreme Court of India.
CAREER TIMELINE –
1985 – Enrolled as an advocate at Calcutta High Court
2004 – Elevated as a permanent judge of Calcutta High Court
2018 – Appointed as the Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court
2019 – Appointed as a Judge of the Supreme Court of India
Pandurang Ganpati Chaugule v. Vishwasrao Patil Murgud Sahakari Bank Ltd. 2020
The 5-judge bench of Arun Mishra, Indira Banerjee, Vineet Saran, MR Shah and Aniruddha Bose held that banking relating to cooperatives can be included within the purview of Entry 45 of List I of Banking Regulation Act 1949 and it is inclusive in the provisions of recovery by cooperative banks in the SARFAESI Act.
Recovery of dues would be an necessary function of any banking institution and the Parliament can enact a law under Entry 45 of List I as banking activities lies within the purview of Entry 45 of List I
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