Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh is the most populous state of India. Uttar Pradesh is divided into 75 districts under these 18 divisions. The judiciary in UP consists of the Allahabad High Court in Allahabad, the Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court, district courts and session courts in each district or Sessions Division, and lower courts at the tehsil level.

Uttar Pradesh District and Session Courts

  1. Agra
  2. Aligarh
  3. Allahabad
  4. Ambedkar Nagar
  5. Amethi (Chatrapati Sahuji Mahraj Nagar)
  6. Amroha (J.P. Nagar)
  7. Auraiya
  8. Azamgarh
  9. Baghpat
  10. Bahraich
  11. Ballia
  12. Balrampur
  13. Banda
  14. Barabanki
  15. Bareilly
  16. Basti
  17. Bhadohi
  18. Bijnor
  19. Budaun
  20. Bulandshahr
  21. Chandauli
  22. Chitrakoot
  23. Deoria
  24. Etah
  25. Etawah
  26. Faizabad
  27. Farrukhabad
  28. Fatehpur
  29. Firozabad
  30. Gautam Buddha Nagar
  31. Ghaziabad
  32. Ghazipur
  33. Gonda
  34. Gorakhpur
  35. Hamirpur
  36. Hapur (Panchsheel Nagar)
  37. Hardoi
  38. Hathras
  39. Jalaun
  40. Jaunpur
  41. Jhansi
  42. Kannauj
  43. Kanpur Dehat
  44. Kanpur Nagar
  45. Kanshiram Nagar (Kasganj)
  46. Kaushambi
  47. Kushinagar (Padrauna)
  48. Lakhimpur – Kheri
  49. Lalitpur
  50. Lucknow
  51. Maharajganj
  52. Mahoba
  53. Mainpuri
  54. Mathura
  55. Mau
  56. Meerut
  57. Mirzapur
  58. Moradabad
  59. Muzaffarnagar
  60. Pilibhit
  61. Pratapgarh
  62. RaeBareli
  63. Rampur
  64. Saharanpur
  65. Sambhal (Bhim Nagar)
  66. Sant Kabir Nagar
  67. Shahjahanpur
  68. Shamali (Prabuddh Nagar)
  69. Shravasti
  70. Siddharth Nagar
  71. Sitapur
  72. Sonbhadra
  73. Sultanpur
  74. Unnao
  75. Varanasi

Appoints in courts of Uttar Pradesh

The President of India appoints the chief justice of the High Court of the Uttar Pradesh judiciary on the advice of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India as well as the Governor of Uttar Pradesh. Other judges are appointed by the President of India on the advice of the Chief Justice of the High Court. Subordinate Judicial Service, categorized into two divisions viz. Uttar Pradesh civil judicial services and Uttar Pradesh higher judicial service is another vital part of the judiciary of Uttar Pradesh. While the Uttar Pradesh civil judicial services comprise the Civil Judges (Junior Division)/Judicial Magistrates and civil judges (Senior Division)/Chief Judicial Magistrate, the Uttar Pradesh higher judicial service comprises civil and sessions judges. The Subordinate judicial service (viz. The district court of Etawah and the district court of Kanpur Dehat) of the judiciary at Uttar Pradesh is controlled by the District Judge.