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The High Court deals with cases pertaining to Writ as well as Civil Jurisdiction. There are 7 sections in the High Court for dealing with various types of cases.These are:
In addition to the above, there are other sections like The Judicial Section, Administrative Section, The Accounts Section, The Records Section, The Statistical Section , The Service Section, The Law Reporting Section and The Registry.
The High Court has a large Judges Library which contains more than 40,000 books apart from legal journals and law digests.The Advocates also have access to this library. Besides,there is a Bar Room for advocates which can accommodate around 100 persons at a time.
In 1994, a Computer section was established in The High Court with the aim of bringing about a transformation in the work culture and to reap the benefits of the latest tools of Information Technology. During the last 5 years many of the functions which were hitherto performed manually have been brought under the ambit of computerisation.Some of the major areas of application are:
The use of computers has resulted in bringing down the number of pending cases and has brought about transparency in the whole process of case Filing, Allocation, Hearing and Disposal.