PM to take part in Constitution Day celebrations at SC tomorrow
PM to take part in Constitution Day celebrations at SC tomorrow

NEW DELHI: On Saturday, November 26, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take part in the Constitution Day celebrations at the Supreme Court and will introduce a number of brand-new e-court initiatives.

The project is an endeavor to provide services to litigants, lawyers and the judiciary through uniform Information and Communication Technology (ICT) enablement of courts.

Since 2015, November 26 has been designated Constitution Day to mark the adoption of the Indian Constitution by the Constituent Assembly in 1949.

The virtual justice clock, the justis mobile app 2.0, the digital court, and the s3waas websites are among the ideas that the prime minister will introduce.

A project called Virtual Justice Clock aims to display important data on the administration of justice at the court level, including information about cases that have been filed, those that have been resolved, and those that are still pending on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.

By sharing with the public the status of case dispositions by the court, an effort is being made to make the operation of the courts transparent and responsible.

On the district court's website, anyone can access the Virtual Justice Clock of any court location. A tool available to judicial authorities, the JustIS Mobile App 2.0 tracks the status of ongoing cases in their court as well as those of the individual judges who serve under them.

To facilitate the transition to paperless courts, the digital court programme makes the court records available to the judge in digitised form.

A framework called S3WaaS websites allows for the creation, configuration, deployment, and management of websites for the publication of specific data and services pertaining to district judicial.

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