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The eCourts Mission Mode Project, is a Pan-India Project, monitored and funded by Department of Justice, Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India for the District Courts across the country.

The eCourts Mission Mode Project (Phase I 2010-15; Phase II 2015-19) is a national eGovernance project for ICT enablement of district and subordinate courts of the country. It is being implemented by the Government of India with a total outlay of 1670 crores (Phase II).

• To provide efficient & time-bound citizen centric services delivery as detailed in eCourt Project Litigant's Charter.
• To develop, install & implement decision support systems in courts.
• To automate the processes to provide transparency in accessibility of information to its stakeholders.
• To enhance judicial productivity, both qualitatively & quantitatively, to make the justice delivery system affordable, accessible, cost effective, predictable, reliable and transparent.

The specific objectives of the Project include:
• To make whole judicial system ICT enabled by putting in place adequate and modern hardware and connectivity
• Automation of workflow management in all courts
• Electronic movement of records from taluka/trial to appeal courts
• Installation of video conferencing (VC) facility and recording of witness through Video Conferencing
• Connecting all courts in the country to the National Judicial Data Grid (NJDG) through WAN and additional redundant connectivity
• Citizen centric facilities such as electronic filing, e-payment and use of mobile applications in all courts
• Touch screen based kiosks in each court complex, full computerisation of State and district level judicial and service academies and centres