Sat. Sep 26th, 2020

Public access portal of National Judicial Data Grid inaugurated to provide easy and free access to the figures of pendency of District Judiciary Courts across the country

1 min read

On 19.09.2015, considering the motto of
judiciary to promote transparency and access of information for all the
stakeholders of the justice delivery system, Hon’ble Mr. Justice Madan B.
Lokur, Judge, Supreme Court of India and In-charge, eCommittee, Supreme Court
of India, inaugurated the public access portal of National Judicial Data Grid
(NJDG) under the guidance of Hon’ble the Chief Justice of India.

The portal intends to provide easy access
to the figures of pendency of District Judiciary Courts across the country, in
aggregate for country and States as well as individual Court/Judges. The same
cab done by visiting the National eCourts portal ecourts.gov.in. These
statistics will be updated everyday by the respective Court Complexes covered
under the eCourts Project and will show case pendency broken into Civil and
Criminal Cases segregated into age-wise categories of upto 2 years, between 2
to 5 years, between 5 to 10 years and more than 10 years. The NJDG portal will
also disseminate national and State, district and court wise information about
institution and disposal of last month of cases and also the cases filed by
senior citizen and women in the total pendency.
Source: Legal news India

Leave a Reply