Sultanpur, Sep 23: In a drive to make Indian Judiciary hi-tech, the judges of the civil courts are learning the computer skills under an 'e-court' programme here.
The programme, initiated with the help of central government and Supreme Court, aims the courts to get online, sources today said. As per the programme, the district courts will get in touch with the Supreme Court and the High Courts, which will lead to better work efficiency.
Besides, the burden of file work would diminish. The Delhi-based National Informatic Centre (NIC) would impart computer training to the judges and judiciary employees through its centres in the districts.
Trainer Siraj Khan said '' the judges and judiciary employees would be trained under different batches. While, the 22 judges of this district are being trained in a batch that commenced on September 18, the employees would be trained in a batch starting next month.'' ''After the training the judges would be provided laptops,'' he added.