New Delhi: After requests received from various Bar Associations and State Bar Councils, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has extended the time limit for the supply of relevant information September 30 for training, as required by the E-Committee of the Supreme Court.
The E-Committee of the Supreme Court has a scheme with regards to the advocate’s training and to equip them with the use of computers and make them computer friendly. The training is being conducted to help them gain technical know-how so that they become trained and adept at e-filing, virtual hearing, etc. that never harms and is always rewarding and holds value.
The notifications state that “Knowledge and training never harms, it is always rewarding and holds value. These are the schemes of the Union government and the Supreme Court of India. Bar Council is also going to undertake such training programmes.”
“It should be ensured that by such date the required information should be supplied by the respective Bar Association to the email id bci.scinfo@gmail,” the notification added.
Individual Advocates who are not members of the Bar Association may furnish their details to the concerned State Bar Council.
– India Legal Bureau