Justice A. Arumughaswamy Age, Caste, Wife, Family, Biography & More
Bio Real NameA. Arumughaswamy ProfessionJudge Physical Stats & More Height (approx.)in centimeters- 173 cm in meters- 1.73 m in Feet Inches- 5’ 8” Weight (approx.)in Kilograms- 60 kg in Pounds- 132 lbs Eye ColourBlack Hair ColourSalt & Pepper Personal Life Date of Birth28 April 1952 Age (as in 2017)65 Years Birth PlaceCoimbatore Zodiac sign/Sun signTaurus NationalityIndian HometownCoimbatore SchoolNorth Municipal High School, Coimbatore CollegeGovernment Arts College, Coimbatore Educational QualificationL.L.B. FamilyFather- A. K. Ardhanariswamy Mother- Mariyammal Brother- Not Known Sister- Not Known ReligionHinduism CasteBrahmin Girls, Affairs and More Marital StatusNot Known Wife/SpouseNot Known ChildrenNot Known
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After completing his law degree, he started practising as a lawyer at the office of Thiru.V.Mylsamy at Coimbatore.
In May 1986, Arumughaswamy joined the Subordinate Judiciary at the District Munsif Court, a court of lowest order which handles the civil and criminal cases in the district.
At the District Court, he was promoted to the post of Sub-Judge in June 1991.
In January 1998, Arumughaswamy was elevated to the post of District Judge.
After having served as a Judge at several District Courts, he was posted as a Registrar General at Madras High Court in March 2009.
Arumughaswamy, in February 2010, was appointed as the Judge at Madras High Court.
Upon turning 62 in April 2014, Arumughaswamy retired as the High Court Justice.
He assumed the charge as the Chairman of Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunal (DRAT), Mumbai, on the very next day of his retirement.
Arumughaswamy stepped down as the Chairman of Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunal (DRAT), Mumbai, in February 2016.
In March 2016, Arumughaswamy was appointed as the Judicial Member of Central Administrative Tribunal, Madras Bench, Chennai.
He was appointed to head the inquiry commission set up by Tamil Nadu government to probe the AIADMK’s supremo, Jayalalithaa‘s, death.