Governor Vajubhai R. Vala administers oath to 5 High Court judges

12:41 PM, Tuesday, November 12th, 2019


Bengaluru : Governor Vajubhai R. Vala administered the oath to five newly appointed additional judges of the Karnataka High Court on Monday, November 11.

The oath-taking event was organised at the Raj Bhavan.

Nataraj Rangaswamy, Jyothi Mulimani, Justices Neranahalli Srinivasan Sanjay Gowda, Pradeep Singh Yerurand Hemant Chandangoudar, are the newly appointed judges.

Justice Nataraj, born on March 14, 1970, hails from Gowjagallu village of Koratagere taluk in Tumakuru district. He began his practice as a lawyer in 1992 after securing a law degree from the University Law College, Bengaluru, and had practised before the Supreme Court and the High Court. He was serving as an Additional Advocate-General prior to his elevation as a judge.

Born on August 15, 1968, at Raichur, Jyothi Mulimani studied law in SCAB Law College, Raichur, and enrolled as an advocate in 1992. She practised law before various courts and had served as a mediator and trainer in Bangalore Mediation Centre for about 12 years.

Justice Gowda, born on February 15, 1967, was enrolled as an advocate in 1989 after completing B.Sc. from St. Joseph’s College of Arts and Sciences, and LLB from BML Law College, Bengaluru. During his 29-year-long practice, he represented the Indian Railways and its allied organisations before various courts.

Justice Singh, born on June 21, 1970, is a product of the Rashtriya Military School, Bengaluru, and studied BA at St. Joseph’s College of Arts and Sciences. He later secured his LLB degree from Bangalore University. He has practised before the Supreme Court, and High Courts of Karnataka, Madras, and Chandigarh.

Born on September 28, 1969, Justice Chandangoudar completed his B.Com from MES College, Bengaluru, and later studied LLB in SJRC Law College, Bengaluru. After enrolling as an advocate in 1994, he was practising law before the High Court.


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