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GHC Kma bench goes online, launches CIS

GHC Kma bench goes online, launches CIS
Justice S. Serto launching the CIS on Monday. (NP)
Correspondent KOHIMA, AUG 26 (NPN) | Publish Date: 8/26/2019 11:46:43 AM IST

Gauhati High Court, Kohima Bench (GHCKB) has gone online with the launching of Case Information System (CIS) version 1.0 on Monday afternoon and creating common platform for citizens to access court data.

The CIS was officially launched by Justice S Serto, portfolio judge of GHCKB at the court premises here.

In a brief function held on the occasion, chairman of the programme, registrar-cum-central project coordinator Nieko Akami said CIS was an initiative of Supreme Court under its e-court project with the main objective to let the litigants know the case and whatever orders passed by the court would be updated on the system.

In his brief address, state informatics officer, NIC Nagaland centre Sushanta Kumar Mondal said it was a milestone that GHCKB has gone online and thanked the people involved for successful implementation of the project.

He said other districts would be integrated in the next phase, while assuring to extend any further assistance, if required.

Demonstrating the CIS, GHCKB programmer Amento Assumi mentioned that as it was started from April 19 this year, all cases from that date till now would be available in the system in kohimahighcourt.gov.in.

Speaking on the occasion, additional SIO – court, coordinator NIC Nagaland Lanusungkum Aier remarked that other States had already gone ahead with version 2 and some with version 3 and exuded confidence to catch up with those States at the soonest possible time.

He said this portal would help the common people to view the status of their cases, including the court orders and said CIS was very transparent.

He added it would be a tool to keep the advocates alert and updated by keeping less pending cases in the State.

 

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