The Kerala High Court will inaugurate Information and Technology (IT) comprehensive case management module/system for family courts and vigilance courts in the State..The inauguration of Vigilance case management system will be done by Chief Minister of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan while the family court case module will be inaugurated by Chief Justice of Kerala High Court, S Manikumar. Advocate General K Gopalakrishna Kurup, Deputy Solicitor General of India S Manu, Vice President Kerala Bar Association S Biju and other dignitaries will be also present at the event.In the present IT initiatives, case management system for judges and CMO, has been introduced where they can track and manage cases. Further, the family courts will put up dashboard for monitoring cases pending in each court, by which judges will be able to set targets for each court to speed up the process.As per the orders of the Chief Justice Manikumar, a high level Information and Technology (IT) team has also developed a customized version of CMS software used in High Courts for the Vigilance Court.The system will give access to the judgments and orders passed in the vigilance courts, which until now was not possible and will provide various features for the management of cases from FIR/VC registration to disposal. .The IT initiatives which are all set to be launched are: Machine delivery of Online Certified CopyA certified copy of a Court document, as per the request of the applicant is issued on line instantaneously through this process. The applicant login to the High Court site, the application guides him/her to select the document needed and provides a preview. On confirming, payment can be made on line and the document is delivered to the applicant real time, capable to be downloaded. Through adopting this method, long wait for a copy application is a thing of the past, and is a great service to the public. E-PostThe High Court is in the process of developing an end-to-end solution for the development of a program for service of summons, notices and other documents of the High Court through digital mode. For this, the Department of Posts have come up with a solution which integrates e-post and speed post services.Application for Intra - Appeal/RevisionThe system is designed to simplify and streamline the appeal filing process, making it quicker and more efficient for lawyers and litigants. Under the new system, e-filers can file an appeal within minutes without having to scan their existing case bundle. IT training hallAs a result of the e-Governance and technical modernisation initiatives being undertaken by the High Court, it has become imperative to impart timely technical/functional training for the Staff of the Judiciary. Taking this into consideration, steps for setting up a state-of-the-art IT training hall was initiated during the year 2021-2022, with an initial budget of ₹30 lakh. Another ₹30 lakh was sanctioned in 2022-2023. The proposed training hall is fully networked and envisages state-of-the-art interactive displays, all-in-one PCs for the trainees, facility for video conference and digital conference systems. Online RTI portalThis application is developed by NIC High court unit for automating the existing physical flow of handling RTI applications. E payment facility is integrated from the user end for making the payment via online. The flow of the application is through dedicated dashboards.