The panel was set up Tuesday to conduct an in-house inquiry into the allegations. Justice Bopde had told PTI that the panel has been formed of the senior most judges of the court along with a woman judge.
"This is an in-house procedure which does not contemplate representation of advocates on behalf of the parties. It is not a formal judicial proceedings," Bopde said.
He clarified that there was no timeline in place for the enquiry and the result of the probe will be confidential.
The first hearing will be conducted on Friday and the apex court secretary general has also been asked to be ready with all documents and materials.
PTI contributed to the story