High Court of Madhya Pradesh


utilization of grant sanctioned By 14th Finance commission
under different Heads



In Chief Justices Conferences-2016, held on 16th April, 2016, it was resolved that following strategy be adopted by the High Courts :

(i)          Constitution of a Dedicated Cell for the utilization of funds. The composition of the Cell should consist of policy makers, experts in planning and budgeting, senior judicial officers and persons to be nominated by the Chief Justice. The Cell shall be assigned the task of :

(a)         Preparing perspectives/annual plans and time lines;

(b)         Drawing up budget estimates;

(c)         Monitoring and review of the implementation of each scheme;

(d)         Taking up the matter with the State Government to ensure release of funds.

(ii)         Submitting a request for funds from the State Government within time for financial years 2016-17 to 2019-2020;

(iii)        Ensuring that funds are spent in accordance with the budgetary allocation and speedy and effective utilization. For this purpose, periodical meetings and reviews be conducted; and

(iv)       Monitoring of schemes and outcomes through special online portals and ICT tools.

 

Progress made be reviewed in SCMS meetings and quarterly progress reports be forwarded to the Supreme Court for review by NCMS.

In view of the aforesaid, Hon'ble the Acting Chief Justice vide order vide Order No.A/2296 dated 23rd June, has been pleased to Constitute a Dedicated Cell for utilization of funds received under 14th Finance Commission, as resolved in the Chief Justice Conference, 2016 held on 22nd & 23rd April, 2016, consisting of Hon’ble Shri Justice J.K.Maheshwari, Hon’ble Miss Justice Vandana Kasrekar and Hon’ble Shri Justice H.P. Singh. Principal Registrar (Vigilance), Shri Captain Anil Kumar Khare (IFS), Advisor, Joint Director, Finance Department. In addition a internal Cell consisting of Registrar (DE), OSD(DE), OSD (MPSJA), Deputy Secretary, MPSLSA, Registrar (IT), Court Manager, High Court, Jabalpur and Assistant Registrar (Accounts) has been constituted vide order No.B/5182 dated 05.11.2016.

 

D.P.R. for Justice Sector under the recommendations of 14th Finance Commission has been sent to the Principal Secretary, Law & Legislative Affairs Department, Government of M.P. Bhopal with regard to grants-in-aid received to the tune of ` 719.89 crore, under 11 Items in six heads (Pendency Reduction, Re-Designing Existing Courts complexes, Technical Manpower Support, Scanning & Digitization, Enhance access to Justice and Capacity Building) for the period 2015-16 to 2019-20 for five years. As per direction, the DPR has been prepared. The Statement showing the financial implementation for 11 items under 14th Finance Commission for strengthening of Justice Sector, for five years, in the State of M.P. is placed herein below :-


(FOR THE FIVE YEAR 2015-2016 TO 2019-2020)


Sr. No.

 

Particulars of the item

Amount in crore Rs.

2015-2016

2016-2017

2017-2018

2018-2019

2019-2020

1

Additional Courts

26 Additional Courts

Human Resources, Rental Expenses and Operational Expenses

2.54

12.86

13.78

14.78

15.88

2

Fast Track Courts

133 Fast Track Courts

Human Resources, Rental Expenses & Operational Expenses

12.97

65.87

70.51

75.57

81.18

3

Family Courts

20 Family Courts

Human Resources, Rental Expenses & Operational Expenses

1.95

9.93

10.59

11.36

12.19

4

Re-Designing Existing Courts

For 176 court complexes in which re-designing are required

4.50

21.00

21.00

21.00

20.50

5

Technical Manpower Support

2.26

9.41

9.41

9.40

9.40

6

Scanning & Digitization

2.95

14.01

14.02

14.01

14.01

7

Law Schools

For based legal aid clinic with focus on under trials

0.28

0.81

0.81

0.81

0.80

8

Lok Adalat

For Mega Lok Adalat & 133 Lok Adalat

0.42

2.04

2.03

2.03

2.03

9

ADR Centres

For Establishment of 27 A.D.R. Centers

2.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

10

Mediators

For Establishment of 53 Mediation Center

2.25

9

9

9.75

9.75

11

Capacity Building

For construction & development of training Center, Furniture, Equipments etc.

1.37

3.03

3.03

2.53

1.04

 

Total (683.65)

33.49

152.96

159.18

166.24

171.78

 

Presently, three meetings of aforesaid Dedicated Cell have been convened on 15.09.2016, 08.11.2016 and 14.02.2017 respectively. Resolutions have been passed for utilization of funds received under 14th Finance Commission, as resolved in the Chief Justice Conference, 2016 held on 22nd & 23rd April, 2016.


PROGRESS REPORT FOR THE QUARTER OCTOBER 2016 TO DECEMBER 2016

  • It is submitted that inspite of repeated requests with the State Government, no provision has been made with regard to budget allocation for the financial year 2015-2016.
  • It is submitted that data regarding progress under 14th Finance Commission has been uploaded in the website of M.P. High Court.
  • It is submitted that budget estimates has been drawn up for the financial year 2017-2018, 2018-2019 and 2019-2020.
  • Perspectives/Annual plans for the financial year 2017-2018, 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 has been prepared.
  • Budget allocation has been received in first Supplementary for the financial year 2016-2017 under following heads :-

Sr. No.

Head and Sub-head

Allocated fund

(` in crore)

1.

Re-designing Court Complexes :

a. Up-gradation of amenities to be provided to Stakeholders.

 

2.50

2.

Scanning and digitization.

7.25

3.

Supporting Law Schools.

0.15

4.

Establishing ADR and Mediation Centres

13.50

5.

Providing Incentives to the Mediators

1.00

6.

Capacity Building

a. Training of Judicial Officers.

 

5.66

 

 

 

7.85

b. Training of Mediators and Lawyers.

2.19

Total

32.25

 

  • Vide letter No. 1957 dated 03-11-2016 Member Secretary, State Legal Services Authority, Jabalpur apprised that no funds have been received so far under heads Supporting Law Schools, Establishing ADR and Mediation Centres Providing Incentives to the Mediators.
  • It is submitted that Hon’ble Committee for Monitoring the Implementation of Schemes and Utilization of Grants under 14th Finance Commission resolved in the meeting held on 15.09.2016, as follows :-

1.                  Pendency Reduction –

  1. Additional Courts -

Resolved that for 16 Courts under N.I.Act and 10 Courts under M.V. Act, services of only serving Judicial Officers may be taken. Also resolved to direct office to take following steps within 15 days –

  1. Explore as to whether vacant Court rooms are available in Districts where such Courts are needed to be established.
  2. In case of unavailability, explore and identify buildings/constructions (Govt or private) in which such Courts may be established.
  3. In case of unavailability of buildings as in b, a proposal may be drawn by the office to be sent to the State Govt. for re-appropriation of funds for construction of Court Rooms in the identified District Court premises.

The Committee also resolved to direct office to identify the Districts in which such Courts can be established in the current year 2016-2017.

II. Establishment of Fast Track Courts

Resolved to direct office to identify preferential places for establishing FTCs in the current year according to priority and availability of infrastructure. Office to also identify Judicial Officers who may preside over such FTCs. Such Judicial Officers may be serving as well as retired (if so permitted by Administrative Committee (HJS)). The matter be placed before Hon’ble Administrative Committee (HJS) and this Committee be apprised of the resolution in its next meeting.

III. Establishment of Family Courts

Resolved to direct office to identify Districts where Family Courts may be established on priority basis in current year 2016-2017. Further resolved that apart from serving Judicial Officers, retired Judicial Officers may also be considered for appointment in such Family Courts.”

In the meeting held on 08.11.2016, Hon’ble Committee in Item No.1, confirmation of minutes of previous meeting, resolved as follows :-

Item No.1 (1) – Consideration regarding establishment of Additional Courts for cases under N.I. Act, M.V. Act, Family Court Act and also for establishment of Fast Track Courts.”

Vide notification No.16259 dated 05.10.2016, 231 regular posts in HJS cadre and 325 regular posts in JS cadre have been sanctioned by the Govt. of M.P. and basic infrastructure for 16 Courts under N.I. Act, 10 Courts under M.V. Act and 9 Family Courts are not available in the respective identified places even on rental basis. Hence, funds provided for Human Resources, Rental Expenses and Operational Expenses for the establishment of the above Courts may be utilized for construction of new Court Rooms/building and other facilities therefore, proposal for re-appropriation of funds in this regard be sent to the State Government through P.S. Law & Legislative Affairs Department, Government of M.P. Bhopal.”

  • In compliance with the aforesaid resolution, vide Memo No.B/5464 dated 21.11.2016, Principal Secretary, Law & Legislative Affairs Department, Government of M.P. Bhopal was requested to re-appropriate/re-allocate the funds for construction of new Court Rooms/Buildings and other facilities which was received under Human Resources, Rental Expenses and Operational Expenses, under intimation to the Registry.
  • In the above context, Principal Secretary, Law & Legislative Affairs Department Bhopal vide letter No.4564/2016/21-B(One) Bhopal 22.12.2016 has requested to send revised D.P.R. for construction of new Court Rooms/Buildings and other facilities, for re-allocation of funds received under Human Resources, Rental Expenses and Operational Expenses so that necessary further steps may be taken for re-allocation of funds.
  • In the above context Revised DPR has been sent to Principal Secretary Law & Legislative Affairs Department, Bhopal vide letter No. B/187 dt. 09-01-2017 but no response has been received from the end of Law & Legislative Affairs Department, Bhopal.
  • In compliance of the budget allocation of 32.25 crore, the Statement of funds utilized till 31st December, 2016 as given below :-

S. No.

Name of Scheme/ Details

Funds proposed

(In Rs. Crore)

Fund Released during year 2016-2017 (In Rs. Crore)

Fund utilized/ consumed (In Rs. Crore)

1

Pendency Reduction

43.25

0

 

2

Redesigning court complexes :

44

 

0

 

 

*

Facility to Stake Holders

-

2.5

1.38

3

Technical Manpower

2.75

0

 

4

Scanning and Digitization

7.25

7.25

 

5

Supporting Law Schools

0.15

0.15

 

6

Establishing ADR & Mediation Centres

13.5

13.5

 

7

Giving Incentives to Mediators

7.9

1

 

8

Capacity Building (for furnishing, Training, Furniture, equipment etc.)

Training of Judicial Officers

5.66

7.85

 

9

Training of Mediators & Lawyers

2.19

 

 

 

Total

126.65

32.25

1.38

S. No.

Name of Scheme/ Details

Funds proposed

(In Rs. Crore)

Fund Released during year 2016-2017 (In Rs. Crore)

Fund to be utilized/ consumed (In Rs. Crore)

Remark

1

Pendency Reduction

43.25

0

 

 

2

Redesigning court complexes :

44

 

0

 

 

The amount of Rs. 2.50 Crore shall be utilized for the purchase and installation of Display panels under the budget head 1486-22-013 for providing facility to stake holders.

*

Facility to Stake Holders

-

2.5

2.5

3

Technical Manpower

2.75

0

---

In this regard as per directions of Computer and e-Court Committee the communication was made to Member, e-Committee Supreme Court of India regarding the technical manpower in response to which the communication was received from e-Committee, Supreme Court of India that the technical manpower provisioned from the 14th Finance Commission grant it not within the purview of the e-Committee, Supreme Court of India. This Registry vide memo no. Reg(IT)(SA)/2016/1206, dated: 22/12/2016 has made communication to the Principal Secretary, Law and Legislative Affairs Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal.

 

4

Scanning and Digitization

7.25

7.25

4.75

Scanning & digitization work is under progress at pilot level at District Court of Jabalpur and Indore from the existing vendor of the High Court M/s Capital Business Systems Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. The amount for scanning / digitization of the District Courts shall be utilized from the funds of 14th Finance Commission under the Budget Head 1487-31-010. In this regard it is to submit that the work order has already placed to M/s Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi for the purchase of equipments that is to be required for storing of the scanning / digitized images / database and the Oracle Database. The machines are already supplied at High Court of M.P., Jabalpur and the installation of same is under process

5

Supporting Law Schools

0.15

0.15

 

The fund disbursed but not available/ deposit in the account of MPSLSA. Right now the funds are utilized in anticipation of getting the budget, after entering into the IFMIS server.

6

Establishing ADR & Mediation Centres

13.5

13.5

 

7

Giving Incentives to Mediators

7.9

1

 

8

Capacity Building (for furnishing, Training, Furniture, equipment etc.)

Training of Judicial Officers

5.66

7.85

2.81

The work order has been placed for setting up of AV system, display panels etc. The amounts of Rs. 2.81 also include the expense of furnishing at Regional Training Center of MPSJA, Gwalior of Rs. 1.60 Cr. for purchase of furniture item.

9

Training of Mediators & Lawyers

2.19

 

 

 

Total

126.65

32.25

 

 

 

PROGRESS REPORT FOR THE QUARTER JANUARY 2017 TO MARCH 2017

PROGRESS REPORT

UTILIZATION OF GRANT SANCTIONED BY

14TH FINANCE COMMISSION

FOR THE QUARTER JANUARY, 2017 TO MARCH, 2017

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·        Rs. 32.25 crore has been received in first Supplementary for the financial year 2016-2017 as under following heads :-

 

Sr. No.

Head and Sub-head

Allocated fund

(` in crore)

1.

Re-designing Court Complexes :

a. Up-gradation of amenities to be provided to Stakeholders.

 

2.50

2.

Scanning and digitization.

7.25

3.

Supporting Law Schools.

0.15

4.

Establishing ADR and Mediation Centres

13.50

5.

Providing Incentives to the Mediators

1.00

6.

Capacity Building

a. Training of Judicial Officers.

 

5.66

 

 

 

7.85

b. Training of Mediators and Lawyers.

2.19

Total

32.25

 

·        Vide letter No. 17951 dated 11.11.2016, Secretary, Law and Legislative Department, Bhopal, had intimated that the Government of M.P. has sanctioned the grant of Rs. 1 Crore, 15 lacs and 13.50 Crore for financial year 2016-17 in favour of M.P. State Legal Service Authority, Jabalpur.

·        It is submitted that the meeting of the Committee constituted by Hon’ble The Chief Justice of India, to suggest a recruitment programme/action plan to be adopted uniformly in the entire country for filling up vacancies in subordinate courts was held with the Chairpersons of “Selection and appointment committee” was convene on 28.01.2017 at the Supreme Court of India. In that meeting, it was decided that the issue of release of funds allocation under 14th Finance Commission be clarified, as some of the states were not releasing the funds inspite of judgment of Hon'ble Supreme Court in the Imtiaz Ahmad Case.

·        It is submitted that for releasing the funds under head of strengthening of Judicial System under the recommendation of 14th Finance Commission, a meeting was held on 27.03.2017 at Vindhyachal Bhawan, Law and Legislative Affairs Department, Government of M.P., Bhopal. Principal Secretary, Law Department, the Registrar General, Principal Registrar (Vigilance), Additional Secretary Finance & Registrar (IT) of MP High Court Jabalpur were participated in the meeting. In the aforesaid meeting it is resolved that the same funds will be provided in the same items as was sanctioned in the last financial year.

·        In the aforesaid meeting it is also resolved that as per judicial infrastructure proposal, (i) an amount of Rs. 151.90 crore for construction of 59 Child Friendly Court Rooms and 157 Additional Court room, (ii) an amount of Rs. 25 crore for re-designing of existing court complexes and (iii) Rs. 13.00 crore for Technical Manpower Support will be allocated in the financial year 2017-18, for other items, like Scanning and digitization, Law School, ADR centers and mediation center, Remuneration to mediator, Training to Judicial Officers & Mediator and Training to Advocates amount already have been allocated for the Financial Year 2017-18.

·        In compliance of the budget allocation of ` 32.25 crore, in the Financial year 2016-17 Utilization of Grants sanctioned by the State Government for 14th Finance Commission under different heads is below as under :


 


S. No.

Name of Scheme/ Details

Funds proposed

(In Rs. Crore)

Fund Released during year 2016-2017 (In Rs. Crore)

Fund utilized/ consumed (In Rs. Crore)

1

Pendency Reduction

43.25

0

-

2

Redesigning court complexes :

44.00

 

0

 

-

*

Facility to Stake Holders

-

2.5

2.43

3

Technical Manpower

2.75

0

-

4

Scanning and Digitization

Purchasing of Office equipments

7.25

4.25

4.25

Pay to commercial services

3.00

0.11

5

Supporting Law Schools

0.15

0.15

0.15

6

Establishing ADR & Mediation Centres

13.50

13.50

13.50

7

 

Giving Incentives to Mediators

7.9

1.00

1.00

8

Capacity Building (for furnishing, Training, Furniture, equipment etc.)

Training of Judicial Officers

5.66

7.85

 

1.50

 

9

Training of Mediators & Lawyers

2.19

-

 

Total

126.65

32.25

22.94

 

Surrendered Amount

 

 

7.70

 

Transfer to BCO 1903

 

 

1.61

 

Grand total

 

32.25

32.25

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PROGRESS REPORT FOR THE QUARTER APRIL 2017 TO JUNE 2017

PROGRESS REPORT

UTILIZATION OF GRANT SANCTIONED BY 14TH FINANCE COMMISSION

FOR THE QUARTER

APRIL, 2017 TO JUNE, 2017

 

·                    Government of Madhya Pradesh had allotted Rs. 27.75 crore for the financial year 2017-18 as under following heads :-

Sr. No.

Head and Sub-head

Allocated fund

(Rs.in crore)

1.

Re-designing Court Complexes :

 

 

a. Up-gradation of amenities to be provided to Stakeholders.

2.50

2.

Scanning and digitization (`3.25 Crore)

 

 

Purchasing of Office equipments

0.25

 

Pay to commercial services

3.00

3.

Supporting Law Schools.

0.15

4.

Establishing ADR and Mediation Centres

13.50

5.

Providing Incentives to the Mediators

0.50

6.

Capacity Building (for furnishing, Training, Furniture, equipment etc.)

7.85

Total

27.75

·                    For financial year 2017-18 funds proposed, allotment, release and utilized/consumed during the quarter April to June, 2017 under the Utilization of Grants sanctioned by the State Government for 14th Finance Commission under different heads is below as under :-



S. No.

Name of Scheme & Details/during the year 2017-18 in quarter April to June, 2017 (In Rs. Crore)

Funds proposed

Fund Allotted

Fund Released

Fund utilized/ consumed till 30.06.2017

1

Pendency Reduction

151.90

0

0

0

2

Redesigning court complexes :

25.00

0

0

0

*

Facility to Stake Holders

2.50

2.50

2.25

0

3

Technical Manpower

13.00

0

0

0

4

Scanning and Digitization

Purchasing of Office equipments

20.00

0.25

.225

0

Pay to commercial services

3.00

3.00

0

5

Supporting Law Schools

1.39

0.15

0.135

0.06

6

Establishing ADR & Mediation Centres

5.00

13.50

13.50

6.07

7

 

Giving Incentives to Mediators

15.00

0.50

0.45

0.20

8

Capacity Building (for furnishing, Training, Furniture, equipment etc.)

Training of Judicial Officers

15.00

7.85

7.85

0.03

9

Training of Mediators & Lawyers

 

 

 

Total

248.79

27.75

27.41

6.36

 

·        Due to Summer Vacation in the High court from 22.05.2017 to 16.06.2017. The tender for the purchase of water cooler under the budget head "Facilities to Stake Holder" is opened on June, 2017 and the same shall be processed in the month of July, 2017. Also the tender for Scanning and Digitization shall be complete by end of July, 2017.

·        A memorandum No. C/1672 dated 18.04.2017 was issued to the Project Director, PIU (PWD), Bhopal regarding preparation of Map of the Child Friendly Courts' valunerable witness complex in various Districts & Tehsil places of the State of Madhya Pradesh, in the compliance of norms approved by Hon’ble the Chief Justice.

·        On 25.04.2017 a meeting of Hon’ble Committee for monitoring implementation of schemes and utilization of grants under 14th Finance Commission was convened and aforesaid Hon’ble Committee resolved that :-

(i) “The State Government be requested through Principal Secretary Law and Legislative Affairs Department, Bhopal to allocate the budget, in the Pendency Reduction, Re-designing of existing court complexes and Technical Manpower Support heads in First Supplementary of the current financial year 2017-18.

(ii) To identify such places where infrastructure has to be developed. All the District Judges in the State of M.P is requested to submit requirement, whatever facilities they want for stake holders in concerned District and Outlying Court premises.

(iii) One scheme may be prepared by Registrar (IT) as a whole for approval at IT. Committee, there after its execution be made in phased manner.

(iv) A suitable mechanism be evolved so that allocated fund should fully utilized and the matter be put up before computer & E-court Committee of the High Court for preparing long term planning under head Scanning & Digitization, which may be utilized in phased manner and a suitable mechanism be evolved so that allocated fund should fully utilized.

(v) The Member Secretary S.L.S.A be directed that before starting infrastructure development regarding A.D.R building, put up the matter before Hon'ble Committee No.4.

(vi) State Government may be requested through Principal Secretary, Law and Legislative Affairs Department, Bhopal to allocate the budget, in First Supplementary of the current financial year 2017-18, as per resolution of meeting dated 27.03.2017.”

According to resolution of the Hon’ble Committee, Registry Memo No. C/2068 dated 11.05.2017 issued to Principal Secretary Law and Legislative Department Bhopal, Registry Memo No. C/2069 dated 11.05.2017 issued to Registrar (IT)(SA), High Court of M.P., Jabalpur, Registry Memo No. C/2070 dated 11.05.2017 issued to Member Secretary M.P.State Legal Service Authority Jabalpur & Registry Memo No. C/2071 dated 11.05.2017 issued to Director in-charge M.P.State Judicial Academy Jabalpur.

·        As per resolution adopted in the Chief Justices’ Conference, 2016 in compliance on item No. 16 (iv), a meeting of SCMS Committee was convened on 25.05.2017 and the progress report for the last quarter of 2016 (Oct-Dec) and first quarter of 2017 (Jan-Mar) were considered by the Hon’ble Committee and taken on record.

* * *

10.07.2017

PROGRESS  REPORT 

UTILIZATION OF GRANT SANCTIONED  BY 14TH  FINANCE  COMMISSION 

FOR THE QUARTER

JULY, 2017  TO SEPTEMBER, 2017

 

·                    Government of Madhya Pradesh had allotted Rs. 46.00 Crore in First Supplementary for the financial year     2017-18, as under following heads :-

Sr. No.

Head and Sub-head

Allocated fund

(Rs.in crore)

Allocated fund in First Supplementary

(Rs.in crore)

1

Pendency Reduction (Infrastructure)

Capital Outlay on Public Works

Capital Outlay on Housing

 

 

0

0

 

 

25.00

15.00

2

Re-designing Court Complexes :

0

0

 

Up-gradation of amenities to be provided to Stakeholders.

2.50

0

3.

Scanning and digitization

 

 

 

Purchasing of Office Furniture

0

2.00

 

Purchasing of Office Equipments

0.25

2.00

 

Pay to commercial services

3.00

2.00

4

Supporting Law Schools.

0.15

0

5

Establishing ADR and Mediation Centres

13.50

0

6

Providing Incentives to the Mediators

0.50

0

7

Exam and Training

7.85

0

 

Capacity Building construction  & Development of Training Center, Furniture, Equipment etc.

0

100/-

Total

27.75

46.00

·                    For financial year 2017-18 funds proposed, allotted, released and utilized/consumed during the quarter July to September, 2017 under the Utilization of Grants sanctioned by the State Government for 14th Finance Commission under different heads, as per given below:-

(Rs.in crore)



S. No.

Name of Scheme & Details/during the year 2017-18 in quarter July to September, 2017 (In Rs. Crore)

Funds proposed

Fund Allotted

Fund Released in 1st Supplementary on

11-08-2017

Fund utilized/ consumed till 30.06.2017

Fund utilized/ consumed till 30.09.2017

1

Pendency Reduction

(Infrastructure)

151.90

40.00

40.00

0

0

2

Redesigning court complexes :

25.00

0

0

0

0

*

Facility to Stake Holders

2.50

2.50

2.25

0

0

3

Technical Manpower

13.00

0

0

0

0

 

Purchasing of Office Furniture

0

2.00

2.00

0

0

 

Purchasing of Office equipments

0

2.00

2.00

0

0

 

Pay to commercial services

0

2.00

2.00

0

0

4

Scanning and Digitization

Purchasing of Office equipments

20.00

0.25

.225

0

0

Pay to commercial services

3.00

3.00

0

0.11

5

Supporting Law Schools

1.39

0.15

0.135

0.06

0.06

6

Establishing ADR & Mediation Centres

5.00

13.50

13.50

6.07

6.07

7

 

Giving Incentives to Mediators

15.00

0.50

0.45

0.20

0.20

8

Capacity Building (for furnishing, Training, Furniture, equipment etc.)

Training of Judicial Officers

15.00

7.85

7.85

-5.00

2.85

0.03

0.29

 

Training of Mediators & Lawyers

 

 

9

Capacity Building Construction  & Development of Training Center, Furniture, Equipment etc

4.00

0

100/-

+50000000

50000100

0

0

 

Total

248.79

73.75

73.41

6.36

6.73

 

·                    The Government of M.P. had created new Budgetary Head Capacity Building Construction & Development of Training Center, Furniture, Equipment etc” and provided a token amount of Rs. 100/- against the demand of Rs. 4 Crore. Thereafter, as per recommendation of the Hon’ble Committee for Overall Working of Judicial Officers Training & Research Institute (MPSJA) the Hon’ble Chief Justice has been pleased to re-appropriate funds in sum of Rs. 5 Crore from the Budgetary Head “Training and Training Material” (0573-24-002) to “Capacity Building” (0573-22-013).

·        As per resolution adopted in the Chief Justices’ Conference, 2016 in compliance on item No. 16 (iv), meeting of SCMS Committee was convened on 10.08.2017. The progress report for the 2nd quarter of 2017 (April-June) was considered by the Hon’ble Committee, and approved with some observation, which was forwarded towards NCMS Committee.

·        Government of Madhya Pradesh provided Rs. 40 Crore to High Court of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur under the  head for pendency reduction during the first supplementary of financial year 2017-2018, an amount of Rs. 25,00,00,000/- for Capital Outlay on Court room/Court Complexes and an amount  Rs. 15,00,00,000/-  for Capital Outlay on residential accommodation for Judges. In the State of Madhya Pradesh Construction agency for infrastructure development of sub-ordinate court is P.W.D & P.I.U.. All the construction works carried out by these two agencies and as per government rules, they have to follow process of tender, before execution of construction work, and aforesaid construction are under process.

 

Secretary

14th Finance Commission,

High Court of Madhya Pradesh,

Jabalpur

 

10.10.2017                                                                                             

 

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