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Home (Achievements of the e-Courts Project Phase-II)
1. Procument
      Under e-Courts Project Phase-II a total of Rs. 9.272 crore was released by the Department of Justice for procurement of Computer, LAN (Local Area Network), Display Board, Extra Monitor, Printer, UPS, Server, Scanner, DG set, Hard Disk, Kiosk, Projector, Smart Phone, Justice Clock, VC equipments, MPLS WAN, solar etc. for District Courts and Laptop and Printer for Judicial Officers. The fund provided was also for Site Preparation and hiring Technical Manpower. A total of Rs. 9.219 crore was utilized and the utilization percentage was 99.4%.
2. e-Filling
      e-Filing 3.0 was implemented in the High Court of Manipur on 21-11-2022. e-Filing has been made mandatory w.e.f. 01-03-2023 for filing of fresh cases in the High Court of Manipur and it is to be done on the e-filing portal
      For the convenience of learned Advocates and party in persons, the facility of scanning and e-Filing has been made available at the e-Sewa Kendra counter and Help Desk counter for e-Filing in the High Court of Manipur.
      Training regarding e-Filing has also been imparted to the learned Advocates.
3. e-Sewa Kendra
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      Under Phase-II e-Courts projects, a total of 16 e-Sewa Kendras have been established throughout the State under the Phase-II of the e-Courts project. A total of 16 Office Assistants (contractual) have been recruited on the basis of written tests and interview to man the 16 e-Sewa Kendras. The Office Assistants of the e-Sewa Kendras are provided with laptops and scanners to provide assistance to the litigants and Advocates.
      They were also given one week training at the Manipur Judicial Academy regarding how to conduct Video Conferencing, how to use scanners for utilization of the case record, how to file a case through e-filing, and how to use the various e-Courts applications. Also, e-Sewa Kendras are used by Advocates and Litigants for virtual appearances where the topography makes traveling difficult.
      An awareness video was created in the regional language to promote the services offered at the e-Sewa Kendra. This video was specifically designed to reach out to the local community and to inform them about the various facilities available under e-Courts project. To maximize its reach, the video was uploaded on the official YouTube channel of the High Court. The response to the video has been overwhelming, as it has garnered more than 1,00,000 views.
      The Hon’ble Computer Committee, High Court of Manipur has decided to transit the Court proceeding of the Districts to hybrid and paperless mode as soon as possible. Accordingly, it has become imperative to establish more e-Sewa Kendras in the State. These centres serve as a one-stop solution for litigants and advocates to access various digital services. By expanding the number of e-Sewa Kendras in the State, we can ensure that more individuals have easy access to technological resources launched by the Hon’ble e-Committee, Supreme Court of India.
      Under Phase-III of e-Courts Project, a GeM bid for 5 additional e-Sewa Kendras have been published for which the contract has been awarded on 30th December, 2023 to the L1 bidder @Rs. 1,99,800/- per porta cabin. The construction of all 5 porta cabins located at Cheirap Court Complex Imphal, Lamphel Court Complex, Bishnupur Court Complex, Thoubal Court Complex and Churachandpur Court Complex have been completed on 02.03.2024.
Existing 16 (sixteen) e-Sewa Kendras under Phase II e-Court Newly Constructed under Phase-III e-Courts (All Constructions Completed)
1. High Court Complex 1. District & Session Court, Imphal West
2. Cheirap Court Complex 2. District & Session Court, Bishnupur
3. D & SJ Bishnupur Court Complex 3. District & Session Court, Thoubal
4. D & SJ, Thoubal Court Complex 4. FTC(CAW)
5. D & SJ, Ukhrul Court Complex 5. CJM/Civil Judge (Sr. Div), Churachandpur
6. D & SJ, Churachandpur Court Complex
7. D & SJ, Tamenglong Court Complex
8. D & SJ, Senapati Court Complex
9. Family Court, Lamphel Court Complex
10. ND & PS Court Lamphel Court Complex
11. MACT Court Complex, Imphal West, District Court Complex
12. Civil Judge Sr. Division Lamphel Court Complex
13. CJM Chandel Court Complex
14. Moreh Court Complex
15. JMFC Kangpokpi Court Complex
16. JMFC Jiribam Court Complex
4. Hybrid Hearing
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      As part of Phase-II of the e-Courts project, 39 District Courts were equipped with the necessary equipment for video conferencing. The equipment included All-in-One computers, webcams, UPS, microphones, and televisions. The High Court has taken funds from the State Government for implementing hybrid hearing project in the District Courts.
      The State Government has sanctioned an amount of Rs. 13,36,88,249/- only for the implementation of hybrid functioning in the 41(forty one) District Courts. The allocated funds will be utilized to purchase various components for each court. The component list includes:
  • Interactive Touch Screen Display
  • Ultra HD Professional Display
  • AIO PC
  • PTZ Camera
  • Full HD Document Camera
  • Video recording and Streaming device
  • Microphone and audio DSP
  • Audio Amplifier
  • Wall Mount Speaker
  • UPS
  • VC Software license
  • Table and Chair
5. National Service and Tracking of Electronic Processes (NSTEP)
      Service of summons through NSTEP has been made mandatory w.e.f 24-02-2024 for all the Courts in the State. In this regard, multiple trainings have been organized for the Process Servers/Bailiffs in co-ordination with Manipur Judicial Academy. The Mobile handsets have been distributed to all the Process Servers/Bailiffs.
6. Inter-operable Criminal Justice System (ICJS)
      Consumption of FIR and Chargesheets from the CCTNS server by the CIS server of Courts was successful since September, 2020. Multiple meetings were held with Police Department to make sure that the data entry of FIR and Chargesheets are done timely in the server of CCTNS so that smooth implementation of ICJS is possible. So far 3786 nos. of FIR and 485 nos. of Chargesheets have been consumed through ICJS.
7. Neutral Citation
      Phase I of Neutral citation i.e. Assigning Neutral citation to current judgments of High Court was implemented by the High Court of Manipur in the month of July 2023.
8. Fast and Secured Transmission of Electronic Records (FASTER) System
       In compliance with the direction from Hon’ble Supreme Court of India to implement and set up the FASTER system at High Court level to reap the benefits of technology in the Justice Communication system and benefit the common public at large, the Judicial Communication Network (JCN) email IDs created in December 2021, for Nodal Officer and District Judges. FASTER System is implemented at the High Court of Manipur and District Courts.
9. S3WaaS Website
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       As a directive of the Hon’ble e-Committee, Supreme Court of India, for migrating all the existing District Court’s website to S3WaaS (Secure Scalable Sugamya Website as a Service) platform, the IT team of High Court of Manipur has successfully migrated all the 8 District Courts’ websites from Drupal platform to S3WaaS platform.
       These websites provides information regarding brief history of the respective District Courts, former District Judges, present Judges, Duty Magistrate, Police station wise- magistrate, notification, circular, etc. It also provide information regarding case status, causelist, order judgment, statistical reports, District BAR Association, etc. Newsletter, e-brochure that are published by Hon’ble Supreme Court and High Courts are being made available in the portal. It also provides the brief profile about the Chief Justice of the High Court, respective Portfolio/Administrative Judges of the Districts.
The websites for each Districts are as given below:
District Website
Imphal East
Imphal West
10. Justice Clock
       The Justice Clocks were inaugurated at Cheirap, Lamphel and Thoubal Court Complexes in the year 2023. The Clocks were installed in front of the Court Complexes to showcase daily information regarding the disposal and pendency of cases in District and Subordinate Courts, spreading legal awareness and information about various e-Courts services for the benefit of the litigants and the public at large.
11. Plans for the ongoing Phase III, First Year
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Image: Solar Installation in one of the District Court (Cheirap)
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Image: Porta Cabin Construction in one of the District Courts (Lamphel & Churachandpur)
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Image: Hybrid Hearing Component
       One of our primary objectives this year has been to upgrade the hardware infrastructure of the District Courts. We are pleased to report that the procurement of AIO computers, scanners, Porta cabin construction and digital signatures for all District Courts has been successfully completed within the given time frame. This will significantly improve the operational capabilities of our courts and facilitate smoother functioning. In addition to hardware upgrades, the SITC work of Solar Plant (10 KWp) in 27 District Courts from the Phase III funds is in progress which is expected to be completed within March 2024. The sustainable solution will ensure uninterrupted operations, especially as we transition to a hybrid and paperless mode. The hiring and deployment of manpower will be facilitated through the NICSI with an aim to develop in-house web application which will automate various judicial and administrative tasks. The additional Rs. 6.15 Cr requested from the Hon'ble E-committee, Supreme Court of India, will be used to set up a Mini Data Centre (MDC) with 12 servers. The MDC in the High Court Complex will be linked with 12 Servers at the District Courts through an MPLS network, facilitating seamless data synchronization and retrieval. The specifications for the MDC and Servers have been decided in consultation with the IT team and NIT Manipur. The delivery of the MDC and servers components have been completed, and the installation & configuration of MDC and Servers with firewall protection will be completed within March 2024.
      One of the key components implemented in Phase III is the procurement of Digital Signature Certificates (DSC) for all the Judicial Officers and three court staff of each court. The DSCs will enable the movement towards a paperless environment, as it eliminates the need for physical documents. With digital signatures, Judgement and order and other official correspondence can be easily signed and transmitted electronically, reducing the need for paper-based processes.
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