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CJI releases updated version of SC mobile App [Read Press Release]

By LawStreet News Network      08 December, 2022 12:28 AM      0 Comments
CJI releases updated version of SC mobile App [Read Press Release]

NEW DELHI: Chief Justice of India, Dr Justice Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud has released updated Version 2.0 of official Mobile App of Supreme Court of India.

The first version of SCI Mobile App was released in 2019 on the 
Constitution Day.

Since November 26, 2019, SCI Mobile App has been 
downloaded by 100000+ users, a statement from the Public Relation Office said.

SCI Mobile App is free to download App providing useful information of pending and decided cases. The SCI Mobile App provides personalized Dashboard containing Cause Lists, Case Status, Daily Orders, Judgments, Latest Updates, Office Reports, Circulars and much more.

All the relevant information can be accessed and downloaded through user friendly interface.

In updated version, the Attorney General for India, Solicitor General of India, Law officers as well as Nodal Officers of Central Ministry/Department can view the Case Status, Orders, Judgments, and other relevant information in the cases of interest.

The SCI Mobile App Version 2.0 will provide real time information on Interlocutory or Miscellaneous applications and documents filed in the case. Further, copy of applications and documents e-filed by the other party will also be available in PDF format.

[Read Press Release] 

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