The Kerala High Court has commenced a four-day digital accessibility training for 51 visually challenged court staff of the Kerala judiciary..The program was inaugurated on Monday by Chief Justice AJ Desai. Justice A Muhamed Mustaque who is the Chairman of the computerisation committee of the High Court was also present at the event. .The training sessions will be conducted in the IT Training hall at the old High Court building from January 15 to January 18 in two batches. .The initiative is in pursuance of the Supreme Court e-committee's goal of making the digital infrastructure of the Indian judicial system more accessible to persons with disabilities.The e-committee's efforts towards this objective have resulted in High Court websites being made more accessible to persons with disabilities. Participants in the training session will be given hands-on training covering various assistive technologies such as:accessible reading of court documents with a screen reader and instant reading device;accessible documentation and note-making in a digital work environment;techniques and tools for scanning and creating Digital Accessible formats;using internet and judgment search with screen readers;smartphone-based assistive technologies;orientation of keyboard and input in regional languages;Artificial intelligence tools and techniques for the visually impaired; and digital office handling and usage.R Arulmozhiselvi, Member of the the IT Directorate of the High Court and the Kerala Judicial Academy will be coordinating the programme. GM Sreedhar and Anushiya A, Computer Faculty, NIEPVD -RC, Chennai, will be providing hands-on training to the participants.