Capital Court Computerisation Project opened
STATE HUMAN Rights Commission (SHRC) Chairman Justice D M Dharmadhikari today inaugurated the Capital Court Computerisation Project in the district civil court here.india Updated: Jan 03, 2006 14:08 IST
STATE HUMAN Rights Commission (SHRC) Chairman Justice D M Dharmadhikari today inaugurated the Capital Court Computerisation Project in the district civil court here.
The project, being implemented at a cost of Rs two crore, aims at making all information regarding cause list, number of cases pending in specific courts, different data, location of cases and stage of proceedings in a particular case available on the computer.
Besides, it will facilitate locating records of a case in the record room, control proceedings and allow the district judge to see how many times hearing in a case was advanced and at what stage. The district court will now be connected online through website- bhopalnic.in/dcourt.
In all 90 computers have been installed in the court under the project. The software has been designed by National Informatics Centre (NIC). The CMS software has been specially designed for civil courts in Hindi - speaking states.
All the cases will be given a centralised number and all information about that specific case would be available at click at that number.
State Consumer Commission Chairman Justice N K Jain, State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) member Justice N S Azad, District & Sessions judge D K Puranik and his colleagues in civil court and lawyers were present at the inauguration function.
First Published: Jan 03, 2006 14:08 IST