The Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has launched 3 microsites for litigants and lawyers for e-filing, e-pay, and NSTEP (National Service and Tracking of Electronic Processes). These sites were developed under the leadership of Justice M.B. Lokur, Judge in charge of the Supreme Court's eCommittee under the e-courts project. This comes under the second phase of the eCourts project, aimed at 'ICT enablement' of all district and subordinate courts in the country. Sites launched The eFiling site lets lawyers and litigants file cases online. "The facility of eSign is provided for those who cannot afford purchasing token for making digital signatures," the government said in a release about the microsites' launch. The site "will start building digital repositories which will auto generate paper books and can be quickly transmitted to Higher Courts which will reduce delays," the statement says. The ePay site is a portal to pay court fees online. To start with, the site will only be available in Maharashtra and Haryana. NSTEP — the National Service and Tracking of Electronic Processes was introduced to reduce delays in delivering service of process, especially between different jurisdictions. This will also be available as a mobile app. NSTEP will let users upload documents associated with process with GPS tracking. eCourts phase I The first phase of the eCourts Mission was implemented during 2011–2015; the current phase is between 2015 and 2019. Rs 639.41 crores was released for computerisation of district and subordinate courts. The government said that it succeeded in its goals of…
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