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KOCHI: The Supreme Court collegium has recommended that senior judge at Kerala High Court, Justice Pius C. Kuriakose, should be appointed as Chief Justice of Sikkim. The notification on this will be issued soon by the President.

A native of Thripunithura in Ernakulam district, Pius C. Kuriakose completed his education from St. Mary's Lower Primary School, Thripunithura, Leo XIII English Medium High School, Alappuzaha, Government Boy's High School, Thripunithura, Maharajas College, Ernakulam and Maharajas Law College, Ernakulam.

He enrolled as an Advocate on 9 November 1974. He was appointed as Additional Judge in Kerala High Court on 9 September 2002 and he became designated as the Permanent Judge of Kerala High Court on 8 September 2004.

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