Case Monitoring System
A graphical, attractive and easy-to-use interface for usage of the Case Monitoring System is available. Accomplishments of this system are:
  1. Automatic cause list generation
  2. Ready availability of case status
  3. Quick view of case history
  4. Quick search facility using case number, complainant name, respondent name etc.
  5. Judgment search using free text search.
  6. Automatic notice generation after one time master entry
  7. Various statistical reports generation
Resource Provision
The state and district forums at 629 locations have been supplied suitable hardware and system software in phases through a centralized procurement. The installation of computer systems, peripherals, LAN and application software have also been undertaken.
Three types of training is provided under the aegis of this project, namely
  1. Computer Awareness Programmes for staff members as this is the first time that computerization has been introduced in consumer forums.
  2. Training of technical support personnel on system administration and application software including data replication, maintenance of network setup, backup, security and version management through a number of e-learning sessions for various locations.
  3. Onsite training and handholding support to the court members and staff on application usage.
For Consumers
For Commissions & Forums
Useful Links
The information displayed on this site is based upon the data made available by the consumer forums which are using Online Case Monitoring System (OCMS) application. The statistics/ graphs made available on this site are only for general purpose and not to be used for any advice or making any decision. National Informatics Centre (NIC) is not responsible for the accuracy, quality, timeliness, loss or completeness of the data or related reports/ graphics. Every effort is made to keep the website up and running smoothly. However, NIC takes no responsibility for the website being temporarily unavailable due to technical issues beyond our control.
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