The Supreme Court’s e-Committee released the manual for its free e-Courts Services Mobile App in 14 regional languages. The manual provides explanations about the features of the app, for the easy understanding of the common man.
- Justice Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud, Judge, Supreme Court of India and the Chairperson of e-Committee has written the foreword of the manual.
e-Courts Services Mobile App
i.The e-Courts Services Mobile App is an Electronic Case Management Tool (ECMT) launched in 2017. All e-Courts services are interlinked with the app.
- litigants, police, government agencies and common citizens.
- Using the app, the stakeholders can get access to complete case details such as case number, filing numbers, party names, FIR number, advocate details, Case Status and Cause List.
ii.Using the app,
- People can get access to complete case history of cases from filing to disposal (including date wise case diary).
- They can also get the case status and case details of both High Courts and District Courts.
- Advocate/Litigant/Organization can maintain a digital diary of all cases under ‘My Cases’.
- It is the governing body which is charged with overseeing the e-courts Projects conceptualized under the “National Policy and Action Plan for Implementation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Indian Judiciary-2005”.
- The e-courts project is monitored and funded by the Department of Justice, Ministry of Law and Justice.
- The e-Committee consists of Patron-in-Chief (Chief Justice of India), Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson & 4 members.
Recent Related News:
i.On 6th April 2021, the former Chief Justice of India (CJI) SA Bobde launched, “Supreme Court Portal for Assistance in Court’s Efficiency (SUPACE)” an Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven tool, which is 1st of its kind in the World that collects relevant facts and laws related to the case, thereby easing the research process for Judges.
About e-Committee of Supreme Court
Patron-in-Chief – Justice N.V. Ramana, Chief Justice of India
Chairperson – Dr Justice Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud, Judge, Supreme Court of India