With the retirement of Chief Justice SA Bobde, and the untimely passing of Justice Mohan M Shantanagoudar, the Supreme Court Collegium will undergo a number of changes in its composition in the near future..Justice DY Chandrachud - who will take over as Chief Justice of India in November next year - is the latest entrant into the Collegium headed by India's 48th Chief Justice NV Ramana..Apart from CJI Ramana and Justice Chandrachud, Justices Rohinton Nariman, UU Lalit and AM Khanwilkar will be the other members of the body responsible for appointments to the apex court, with effect from April 23. .When Justice Nariman retires on August 12 this year, his place will be taken by Justice L Nageswara Rao. After Justice Rao's retirement on June 7, 2022, Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul will be inducted into the Collegium. When Justice Khanwilkar retires on July 29 next year, Justice Abdul S Nazeer will take his place.Justice Nazeer in fact enters the Collegium a month earlier due to the demise of Justice Shantanagoudar. He was originally set to be part of the Collegium only upon retirement of current CJI Ramana. But with Justice Shantanagoudar's passing, Justice Nazeer will take his place in the order of seniority and enter the Collegium on July 30, 2022 upon Justice Khanwilkar's retirement. .When Justice Ramana retires on August 26, 2022, Justice UU Lalit will take over as 49th Chief Justice of India. Justice Lalit will have one of the shortest tenures (73 days) as Chief Justice of India before retiring in November 2022..Justices Chandrachud, Kaul, Nazeer and Indira Banerjee will be part of the Collegium headed by Lalit J. After Banerjee J's retirement in September 2022, Justice KM Joseph will inducted into the Collegium..Following in the footsteps of his father, Justice DY Chandrachud will become the 50th Chief Justice of India when Lalit J retires on November 9, 2022..The Collegium headed by Chandrachud CJ (as he then will be) will initially comprise Justices Kaul, Nazeer, Joseph and MR Shah..Justice Chandrachud will have one of the longest tenures as CJI. The Collegium headed by him will undergo a number of changes over his tenure of two years at the helm.