23rd July, 2002
Ministry of Law, Justice & Company Affairs


The National Informatics Centre (NIC) has taken up upgradation of the existing hardware and software tools at the Supreme Court with new applications of Management Information System, Public Interface System and Electronic Courts at a cost of Rs. 4.6 crores in the first phase of the project. The new changes including E-Courts have been planned to be introduced shortly in the apex court.

The first phase of the project includes creation of two court rooms as Electronic Courts. The second phase will include newly identified applications such as creation of additional E-Courts to be completed within six months of the completion of first phase.

The upgradation of the computerization of the Supreme Court follows the direction of the then Chief Justice of India in the year 2000 asking the NIC to submit a project report to this effect.

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