PM Modi will attend tomorrow's Constitution Day ceremonies at the Supreme Court.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will appear in the Supreme Court on Saturday for the Constitution Day commemoration of the Constituent Assemblys adoption of the Indian Constitution in 1949 .

New Delhi, November 25, 2019: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will appear in the Supreme Court on Saturday for the Constitution Day commemoration of the Constituent Assembly's adoption of the Indian Constitution in 1949, according to a statement by the Prime Minister's office.Through ICT enabled courts, the Project aims to provide assistance to litigants, lawyers, and the judiciary.The Prime Minister's initiatives include the Virtual Justice Clock, JustIS mobile App 2.0, Digital court, and S3WaaS Websites.The Virtual Justice Clock is a tool used to track the progress of the justice delivery system at the court level, highlighting the progress of cases initiated, cases settled, and the court's pendency.

The District Courts website offers the public the Virtual Justice Clock of any court establishment, according to a statement.The JustIS Mobile App 2.0 is a tool for judicious officer to control the court and case flow by ensuring that not only his court but also those that serve as them are monitored.This application is also available to High Court and Supreme Court Judges, who can now inspect the state and district records under their jurisdiction in a digital format to enable the transition to Paperless Courts.S3WaaS Websites is a framework for creating, implementing, deploying, and managing websites for displaying specified information and services related to district judiciary.S3WaaS is a cloud service intended for government agencies to create Secure, Scalable, and Sugamya (Accessible) websites.It is multilingual, citizen-friendly, and divyang-friendly.

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