Civics

The State High Court Judge takes the oath in front of the Governor.


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True


SOLUTION
The High Court judges are appointed by President with the consultation of Chief Justice of India and Governor of the concerned state. Article 219 specifically provides that every person who is appointed to be a judge of High Court shall before entering upon his office make and subscribe before the Governor of the concerned State or some other person appointed in that behalf by him, an oath or affirmation.
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