The Indian judicial system has been divided into three types of courts–
- The Supreme Court,
- The High Courts, and,
- The subordinate courts.
Articles related to Indian Judiciary in Indian Constitution:
Articles related to Supreme Court: Articles from 124 to 147 in Part V of the constitution deal with the organization, independence, jurisdiction, powers procedures of the Supreme Court. Supreme Court is at the top-level court of Indian Judiciary System.
Articles related to High Court: Article 214,-219, 222, 224A, 225-231 (Part VI), 241 (Part VIII), 376 (Part XXI) deals with power, constitution, jurisdiction, appointment of judges, etc. of High Court. Each state has a High Court which is the highest court of that state.
Articles related to Subordinate Court: Article 233-234 in Part VI deals with the appointment of District Court Judges. The courts that most people interact with are called subordinate or district courts or Tehsil level court.