Thursday, September 1, 2011

Why E-Courts In India Failed?

Electronic courts in India (e-courts in India) have been discussed in India for long but till now we are still waiting for the establishment of first e-court in India. From time to time it has been reported that e-courts have been established in India but none of these claims are true.

There is no doubt about the proposition that e-courts infrastructure in India needs urgent rejuvenation. The so called e-courts project of India has failed to materialise and Indian government must seriously think in this regard.

To start with, we must stress upon e-courts skills development in India. At Perry4Law and Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) we believe that without adequate techno legal e-courts skills, the e-courts project of India would never materialise.

Realising this crucial shortcoming, Perry4Law and PTLB have even established the exclusive techno legal e-courts research, education and training institution of India and the world. The e-courts centre of PTLB provides many techno legal e-courts related services that can help in the successful implementation of e-courts project of India and other jurisdictions.

Indian laws and judiciary can become more user friendly through use of e-courts. Speedier justice through e-courts way is the future of Indian judicial system that has been ignored for long. Time has come to give e-courts a serious consideration, preferably on a public private partnership model.

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