Rankings Methodology
Rankings Methodology
This page shows data for all IJR indicators, organized by pillar and theme. The visualisation below shows how the cluster of 18 large and mid-sized states fare on the chosen indicator, across all 3 IJRs. States ranked 1-6 for the indicator are shown in blue, those ranked 7-12 in light green and those ranked 13-18 in light brown. The table shows the indicator value as well as the raw data used to calculate it. Use the sort feature to sort any column in ascending or descending order. Use the filter feature in the first two columns to compare states or see results for only one IJR. To know more about the indicator, click on the ā€˜iā€™ button next to the indicator name. Use the side bar and indicator dropdown to navigate to other indicators across pillars and themes.

Are there enough courthalls for sanctioned strength of judges?

Pillar: Judiciary

Theme: Infrastructure

IJRs: 1, 2, 3

Formula: 100 ā€“ [(Number of courthalls) / (Sanctioned subordinate court judges) * 100]

Benchmark: 0%

Scoring guide: Lower, the better

Latest period/date: July-August 2022

Latest data source: Department of Justice (courthalls); Parliamentary Question-Lok Sabha, Unstarred Question No. 2116


IJR 1: 1. States and UTs for which Court News gives combined data for subordinate courts were excluded from this indicator, namely Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, West Bengal, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu.

IJR 2: 1. Due to bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana courts from January 2019, Q4 data of 2018-19 has been used for them. 2. West Bengal and Andaman & Nicobar Islands have been excluded as Court News gave combined data for subordinate courts.

IJR 3: 1. Parliamentary question shows 0 sanctioned and 13 actual subordinate court judges for Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

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