Court staff trained on CIS and video conferencing

Court staff trained on  CIS and video conferencing
Trainee staff and the resource persons after the refresher training in Kohima.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/21/2018 11:54:24 PM IST
A three-day refresher training program on Case Information Software (CIS) version 3.0 and usage of Video Conference (VC) system between courts and jails was held at Gauhati High Court (GHC) Kohima Bench from July 19-21.
A press release from Gauhati High Court Kohima Bench stated that the CIS was an initiative of the e-Courts Project Nagaland headed by Y. Longkumer, registrar & central project coordinator, e-Courts Project Nagaland.
Twenty six trainees from various district courts of Nagaland attended the training program. Amento Asumi, programmer, Khetilo Seb, sr. technical officer and Phoukuozetuo Zatsu, developer, were the resource persons for the training on CIS version 3.0, an upgraded and improved version of the software. This software has been successfully implemented in the courts of Nagaland, and will mark its presence in the national portal.
The training session on usage of video conference was conducted by Inalo Zhimomi, district & sessions judge, Mon and Ajongba Imchen, chief judicial magistrate, Dimapur. Zhimomi spoke about the various advantages of taking up cases through the VC system. He also stated that the hurdle of security issues related to transportation of the accused from the jail to court and vice versa could be avoided by using the VC facility and aid in speedy delivery of justice. He also informed the trainees about the guidelines of the court on using VC, various methods of conducting cases over VC, roles of VC coordinators of the court and the remote site (i.e, the jail). 
Ajongba Imchen, during his session, spoke about how the VC system was helping the nation, especially the news channels, in connecting various sources across the world, debating and solving various issues. He also stated how the system was helping the courts in other states saving both time and resources and helping in speedy delivery of justice.

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