In the recent case All India Judges Association & Ors. v/s. Union of India (Decided on August 2, 2018), Supreme Court emphasized on appointment of professionally qualified court managers, preferably with an MBA degree to render assistance in performing the court administration. The said post of Court Managers must be created in each judicial district for assisting Principal District and Session Judge. Such Court Managers would enable the District Judges to devote more time to their core work that is judicial functions. This, in turn, would enhance the efficiency of the District Judicial System. These court managers would also help in identifying the weaknesses in the court management systems and recommending workable steps under the supervision of their respective judges for rectifying the same. The services of any district should be regularized by the state governments as we are of the considered view that their assistance is needed for a proper administrative set up in a court.