District courts of India set to go online
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District courts of India set to go online

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In India, soon Chandigarh district court will go online.

The district courts of Punjab and Haryana are set to go online with the assistance of the National Informatics Centre (NIC). According of official report of court, it is significant to launch the websites of district and session court. The computerisation of 19 subordinate courts is completed. The content of website will contain the cause list, basic information about the courts, judical officers, information about lok adalats, legal aid and the complaint redressal system. All officers of court have been trained to handle computers. They have been trained on the the “District Court Information System” (DCIS). The software is a general purpose package developed for the computerisation of courts.

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