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    Best practices of the High Court

    Best practices of the High Court


    Digitization of court records: One Crore decided case files containing approx. 50 Crore pages, are to be digitized in one year. Centre for Information Technology Building (7,943.44 Sq. Mtr.) has been established for the scanning and digitization work.

    At present, approximately 33.33 Lacs files consisting of more than 19.72 Crores pages have been digitized till date.

    Data Centre: Establishment of State-of-the-art Data Center with Disaster recovery sites is in process for hosting the entire data of the Court.

    E-court/ e-filing/ e-stamping: e-Court and online case filing at Allahabad High Court and Lucknow Bench has been inaugurated by Hon’ble Mr. Justice Madan B. Lokur, Hon’ble Judge and Judge in charge of the E-Committee, Supreme Court of India on 19 August, 2017. The Allahabad High Court has started e-Court and online case filing system with three jurisdiction Company Petition, Civil Revision and Transfer Application initially. The collection of Court fee is being done through e-Stamping.

    At present, 27,149 case file, 2,033 Caveats and 17,941 various Applications have been filed online under the jurisdictions of eCourt till date.

    Mobile Based Application: The Lawyer/ litigants can access following services on Mobile phones by using Android based application, without accessing the official website of the Allahabad High Court:

    Status of Fresh and daily Cause List of cases, Judgment, Court wise Case Running Information System/ Display Board, Case Status Enquiry, Day to day notifications/ notices etc.

    An Android based application has been developed recently for the use of Lawyers of Allahabad High Court, to access their list of cases in a form of Case Diary on the Mobile Phones of such case(s) in which they linked their Advocate Roll ID as provided by the High Court.

    Video Conferencing Facility for Counsels: The Ld. Counsels have been facilitated with video conferencing facility for appearance in their cases to minimize physical presence of Lawyers/ litigants in the Court room during Court proceeding, considering pandemic time of Covid-19.

    Installation of Digital Signage TV for Digital Display System: The existing analog based case display system has been replaced with the digital display system in new Court Building. Smart TVs’ (Digital Signage) of 55” and 65” have been installed in the Court rooms, corridors of the Court area and at various places in the premises of the High Court. The installation of additional 24-25 nos. 65” smart TVs’ in the corridors of the Old Court Building and Bar area is also completed and working properly.