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CJI writes to govt proposing National Court Management System

Posted in UNCATEGORIZED by NNLRJ INDIA on January 13, 2012
SH KAPADIA - CHIEF JUSTICE OF INDIA

SH KAPADIA - CHIEF JUSTICE OF INDIA

DHANANJAY MAHAPATRA IN THE TIMES OF INDIA

New Delhi: At a time when four different benches of the Supreme Court are trying to rescue the justice delivery system from the web of 3 crore pendency, Chief Justice of India S H Kapadia has written to the government proposing an innovative method to achieve the goal. Justice Kapadia, in a letter to the law minister last month, proposed setting up of National Court Management System Committee (NCMSC) to develop and implement the proposals and an Advisory Committee consisting of two SC judges and CJs and judges of HCs, to be nominated by him, to oversee implementation of the proposals, which include:

National Framework of Court Excellence to set standards of performance for courts and address the issues of quality, responsiveness and timelines

  1. A case management system to ensure user friendliness of the judicial process to stakeholders
  2. National System of Judicial Statistics for common national platform for recording and maintaining judicial statistics across the country
  3. A court development plan system to provide a framework for 5-year plan for future development of Indian judiciary
  4. A human resource development strategy to set up standards for selection and training of judges in the subordinate courts

dhananjay.mahapatra@timesgroup.com

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  1. VENUGOPAL P said, on January 15, 2012 at 23:35

    We welcome CJI’s proposal and Our CJI is a great Noble person. We were proud to say. “we have Great CJI”-PENJURI VENUGOPAL, ADVOCATE-H.C. HYDERABAD-CELL:9949697763


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