The Department of Justice (Government of India) is inviting suggestion, inputs, feedback on the draft imaginative and prescient doc for its third section of the e-Courts Project.
About the Project
The e-Committee of the Supreme Court has been overseeing the implementation of the e-Courts Project, conceptualized under the “National Policy and Action Plan for Implementation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) within the Indian Judiciary-2005“. It is the mission mode venture carried out by the Department of Justice.
The aims of the e-Committee embrace:
- The Interlinking of all courts throughout the nation.
- ICT enablement of the Indian judicial system.
- Enhancing judicial productiveness.
- Making the justice supply system accessible, cost-effective, clear, and accountable.
- Providing citizen-centric providers.
As Phase-II of the eCourts Project will conclude quickly, the draft imaginative and prescient doc for Phase III is ready. This draft Vision Document outlines an inclusive, agile, open, and user-centric imaginative and prescient for courts in Phase III of the e-Courts Project.
What is Phase III?
Phase III envisions digital courts that ship justice as a service to all, past merely replicating offline processes digitally. The use of know-how within the judiciary is due to this fact guided by two sides central to Gandhian thought—entry and inclusion. In addition, the core values of belief, empathy, sustainability, and transparency present the guardrails for reaching the founding imaginative and prescient.
Building over the developments made in Phases I & II of the venture, this doc articulates the necessity to exponentially advance the digitization of courts by
(a) simplifying procedures,
(b) making a digital infrastructure, and the
(c) institution of the suitable institutional and governance framework, corresponding to know-how places of work at varied ranges to allow the judiciary to appropriately make use of know-how.
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About the Invitation
The e-Committee, Supreme Court of India has referred to as for feedback, strategies, and inputs on the draft imaginative and prescient doc for its third section of the e-Courts Project from all its stakeholders to refine and plan the implementation of the subsequent section of the e-Courts Project.
Click here to learn the Draft Vision Document.
21st May 2021
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