Civics

Our Judicial system has a Supreme Court as its Apex, followed by the High Court and other subordinate Courts.In the light of this statement, explain the following:
Any three ways by which the Constitution ensures the Independence of the Judiciary.


SOLUTION
The three ways by which the Constitution ensures the Independence of the Judiciary are; 
  • By Separating of Judiciary from the Executive and Legislature thus providing it full autonomy in its working. 
  • The Constitution prescribes specific and high qualifications for the Judges thus only persons with high qualifications and experience are appointed as judges of the courts. 
  • The Judges in India enjoy good security of service. No judge can be removed from the office except by a very difficult process of impeachment.
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