TRICHY: Taking forward the digitalization of court proceedings, Trichy district court opened centralized e-filing centres in the new combined court buildings and four taluk courts in the district on Wednesday. Principal district judge S Kumaraguru inaugurated the centre on the ground floor of the new building of the Trichy court in the morning.
“E-courts centralized e-filing centre concept has been inaugurated with the objective of achieving paperless system. The main aim of the introduction of the system is to reduce the work burden and time consumption in tune with the guidelines of Supreme Court and high court,” Kumaraguru told reporters after the inauguration.
Besides the 28 courts functioning in the new combined court buildings in the city, taluk courts in Lalgudi, Musiri, Manapparai and Thuraiyur have also adopted the new system. According to it, the advocates should file their cases through one of the four counters designated according to the nature of the cases and courts such as district judge court, family court, labour court, mahila court, munsif court. The advocate will be given an acknowledgement for the submission.
On completion of the entries of details, the file will be moved to the regular process of the courts after which it will decide to whether to accept the case or reject it. Either of the result will be notified to the advocates and complainants through SMS to their registered mobile number. In case of the rejection of the case, the reason will also be mentioned in the message. The PDJ also appealed to the advocates and complainants to make use of the system to keep themselves updated about the day-to-day development of their cases.