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Phase III of E-Court Integrated Mission Mode Project Of Four Years

Utkarsh Classes 14-09-2023
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The Union cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 13thSeptember 2023 has approved the third phase of the centrally sponsored e Court Integrated Mission Mode Project. The  Phase III  of the project will be of 4 years duration, 2023-2027 with an outlay of Rs.7210 crore.

The third phase of the e Court Integrated Mission Mode projects aims to promote digital, online and paperless courts through digitization of the entire court records including legacy records and by bringing in universalization of e-Filing/ e-Payments through saturation of all court complexes with e-Sewa Kendras.

e Court Integrated Mission Mode Project

The eCourts Integrated Mission Mode Project is one of the National e- Governance projects being implemented in District and Subordinate Courts of the country since 2007. 

The project is aimed at providing the necessary hardware and software application to enable courts to deliver e-services, and the judiciary to be able to monitor and manage the functioning of courts.

Aim of the e Court Integrated Mission Mode Project

The project envisages; 

  • To provide efficient & time-bound citizen centric services delivery as detailed in eCourt Project Litigant’s Charter.
  • To develop, install & implement decision support systems in courts.
  • To automate the processes to provide transparency in accessibility of information to its stakeholders.
  • To enhance judicial productivity, both qualitatively & quantitatively, to make the justice delivery system affordable, accessible, cost effective, predictable, reliable and transparent.

Implementing Authority of the e Courts Mission Project

The eCourts Integrated Mission Mode Project is being jointly implemented by the  Department of Justice, Ministry of Law & Justice, Government of India and eCommittee, Supreme Court of India.

Phases of the e-Courts Mission Project

The eCourts mission project is now in its third phase .

Phase 1 of the e-Courts Mission Project

The Phase1 of the e Court mission was launched in 2007 and concluded on 30th March 2015. The District and Taluka level courts were computerised and judicial staff were trained in the operation of e Courts.

Phase II 

The phase II of the e Court project was approved by the government of India on 4th August 2015. The project ended in 2023.

All the remaining courts and newly constructed courts were covered under the second phase.It provided for connecting the Jails with the courts through video conferencing .

Union Minister for Law and Justice:  Arjun Ram Mehgwal 

Chief Justice of India : Justice D.Y.Chandrachud 

FAQ

Answer : four years , 2023-2027.

Answer : Rs 7210 crore

Answer : e Committee headed by the Chief Justice of India .

Answer : in 2007 ,the second phase was launched in 2015 and third phase in 2023.

Answer : Arjun Ram Mehgwal

Answer : District and Subordinate Courts of the country.
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