The Jammu and Kashmir High Court has called for a list of potential Master Trainers from among advocates for the second phase of awareness and training programs on E-Filing and E-Court services..This is being done in line with directions issued by the e-Committee of the Supreme Court of India for the conduct of training and awareness programmes..Accordingly, the High Court has asked all Principal District and Sessions Judges of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh for a list of two potential Master Trainers among advocates from each registered Bar Association of the District. The list is to be forwarded to the concerned office within two days..The advocates to be selected as potential Master Trainers should have volunteered for the same, have computer knowledge and an interest in conducting training programmes for advocates and clerks."The second phase of awareness and training program regarding E-Filing and E-Courts services shall be conducted soon. It will covers all aspect of E-court, E-filing etc.", an official at the office of Registrar Computers in the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir informed..The first phase of the training was conducted July 25, 2020, for which nominations were received from each subordinate court within the jurisdiction of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court.