E-Courts Recruitment 2020: E-Courts has advertised the Latest Jobs Notification for the Recruitment of Stenographer, Typist-Copyist and Other Jobs. As per the E-Courts Recruitment 2020, candidates having qualifications of 10th Pass / Intermediate are eligible. Interested candidates may apply within the last date as noticed in the official notification. All the skilled and talented aspirants, who are willing to acquire the job may keep visiting our official web page for further job notifications over E-Courts as sequenced below. However, hopeful aspirants can also check other information like selection process, application fee and more details as described below.
Mansa District Court has given the Recruitment Notification to fulfil the 09 Clerk and Stenographer Grade-III Vacancies. Candidates, who have qualifications of Bachelor's Degree are eligible to apply. Eligible and interested candidates may apply on/before the last date as scheduled in the official notification. However, hopeful aspirants may view other information such as Eligibility criteria, Age limit, Selection process and more details as discussed below.
Total No. of Vacancies: 09
|Name of the Post||Educational Qualifications||No. of Vacancies|
|Clerk||B.A. / B.Sc or equivalent||07|
|Stenographer Grade-III||B.A. / B.Sc or equivalent and should have Typing Skills||02|
How to Apply:
Office of the District & Sessions Judge,
|Last Date to Apply Online||09th March 2020 till 05:00 PM|
To Download Official Notification and Application Form: CLICK HERE
About E-Courts: E-Courts was established in the year 2005 and was conceptualized on the basis of the 'National Policy and Action Plan for Implementation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Indian Judiciary - 2005' submitted by E-Committee, Supreme Court of India. The vision of E-Courts is to transform the Indian Judiciary by ICT enablement of Courts. The E-Courts Mission Mode Project is a Pan-India monitored and funded by the Department of Justice, Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India for the District Courts across the country.
In other words, the E-Court project is all about providing ICT enablement of courts to make justice delivery system affordable and cost-effective.The E-Courts Integrated Mission Mode Project (Phase-I) is one of the national Governance projects being implemented in High Courts and District/Subordinate Courts of the Country. The District and Taluka Court Complexes covered in Phase-I were computerized with the installation of hardware, LAN and Case Information Software (CIS), for providing basic services to the litigants and the lawyers. The Process Re-Engineering exercise was initiated to have a fresh look on the process, procedures, systems and Court Rules in the different District Courts under High Courts.
The Phase-II of the Project has been approved by E-Committee of Supreme Court of India in January 2014 for further enhancement of ICT enablement of Courts with the broad objective of Connecting all the Courts in the Country to the National Judicial Data Grid though WAN and additional redundant connectivity to enable integration with the proposed interoperable criminal justice system, creating a robust court management system through digitization, document management, judicial knowledge management and facilitating better performance in courts through change management and process re-engineering as well as improvement in process servicing through hand-held devices. The NJDG is working as National data warehouse for case data including the orders/judgements for Courts across the country with full coverage of District Courts.
The Scope of the E-Courts project is to develop, deliver, install and implement automated decision making and decision support system in the District and Subordinate Courts of the State with the help of E-Committee Supreme Court of India. The Objectives of the project are to help Judicial Administration of the Courts in streamlining their day to day activities, to assist judicial administration in reducing the pendency of cases and envisages to enhance judicial productivity, both qualitatively and quantitatively, to make the justice delivery system affordable, accessible, cost-effective, predictable, reliable and transparent.