Indian Judicial System going through serious problem of backlog of Cases. Several recommendations, suggestions have been made by difference commitees, groups to deal with the chronic situation. It requires efficient and effective Court Management System in place. 13th Finance Commission allocated Rs. 300 Cr. for appointment of Court Managers across Indian Courts in the year 2010 but till date it has not streamlined yet because of various administrative issues across states. There is urgent need to equip Indian Courts with professionally qualified Court Managers for better adminsitration of justice. There is many disparity regarding Court Manager's work profile and nature across the country. Looking at this concern, this platform has been created to highlight Court Management profession in India.
Court Administration in Indian Judiciary System needs to provide an important forum for Administrators to share best practices and Build a strong Professional network. So Court Manager role is very important to Achieve Indian Judiciary Goal. I congratulate Dr Kalpeshkumar Gupta for creating this platform for promoting profession of court management in India. All the best and Best Wishes.
This initiative is of great value to our country. I wish you all the best for this initiative.
Excellent initiative, this platform will help court managers with tenatious mind to share the best practices.
"To paraphrase Neil Armstrong - one small step for case management, one leap for access to better justice. This portal will be a gamechanger in streamlining the appointment of court managers."
"This is much needed. Many congratulations on this initiative. Judges need all the support they can get in managing day to day matters of the court. Judicial expertise and time is best spent on substantive aspects of justice delivery. Staff who are trained in management, technology, and budgeting can be assigned to handle these tasks under the supervision of judges. Your website will be a single point of reference for all those interested in these concepts and practices."
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