New Delhi : The Delhi High Court will organise a conference to spread and cultivate the idea of e-court Saturday, a court official said Friday.
“With the initiative of the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC), a government body, to take stock of the developments in the existing paperless e-courts and High Court of Delhi, the conference of ‘E-court: Present and Future’ has been organised Saturday at the Indian Habitat Centre,” the official added.
The conference would be inaugurated by Supreme Court Justice Altamas Kabir.
The Delhi High court was the first to take an initiative to establish e-courts. The conference will elaborate on the functioning of e-courts, data preservation and future plans in this field.
“The e-court removes the physical encumbrances of all stake holders to be present at one fixed location. In addition, files and records related to cases are instantly available while the court is in session, leading to tremendous saving of time and increased productivity,” the official added.