Share your suggestions on the Draft Vision for Phase III of the E-Courts Projects
A once in a lifetime opportunity to shape our systems of law and justice
Under the leadership of Justice D.Y. Chandrachud the Supreme Court eCommittee has for the first time opened up its draft Vision Document for public consultations! And the last date for inputs is April 23, 2021!
The Supreme Court’s eCommittee looks to adopt technology to make the justice delivery system more efficient. Its efforts under Phase I & II have enabled the creation of NJDG, setting up the eCourts website, digitising and uploading daily orders, all of which have been central sources of data.
This Vision Document presents a radical new approach from Phase I & II. At the heart of this is the creation of an open digital infrastructure that allows for solutions to continuously emerge and evolve from the ecosystem: including private enterprises, PSU’s, tribunals, etc. To enable interactions and exchange of data, co-creation of services by different ecosystem actors and improve the efficiency and intelligence of the system, it envisions for the first time providing open APIs (for systems to talk to each other) and also standards, specifications and certifications of data and technology that can act as guardrails as different actors build solutions across space and time.
Much like any change process, a move towards openness demands careful consideration of various factors including ensuring privacy and security of data.
And today, with this public consultation, each of us has the extraordinary opportunity to shape and participate in the future of data for justice
At the link below, you can:
Review a summary of the Vision Document in English or Hindi
Provide your feedback on critical questions
Use the document annotator to view public comments of other respondents, submit your feedback to the eCommittee and participate in a public discussion
Join the townhall
Unpacking the Vision Document for eCourts
To help you identify portions that deserve your attention and feedback, Supriya Sankaran and Akhil Bhardwaj from Agami are hosting a 60 minute townhall.
In this townhall you will get to:
Have a quick glimpse into the key elements of the draft Vision Document
Understand using the tool to build your substantive suggestions, to be shared with the eCommittee
Join this townhall if you want to shape the future of dispute resolution in India!
WEBINAR - FREE TO ATTEND
Date: Tuesday, April 13, 2021 - 4.30PM - 5.30PM (IST)
Click the button below to register
(we will also send you details of additional events and media relating to the consultation process)