02-Day Training on Court & Case Management for Judicial Officers (21-22 September, 2017) concluded

Three days training on "Court & Case Management" for Judicial Officers from 20th to 22nd, September 2017  concluded at KP Judicial Academy, Peshawar. Twenty five  judicial officers from various districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa  participated in the training.
          Background Aim and Objectives of the Training Course:-From commencement of litigation to its resolution, whether by trial or settlement, any elapse of time other than reasonably required for pleadings, discovery and court events, is unacceptable and should be eliminated.           To enable just and efficient resolution of cases, the courts, not the lawyers or the litigants should control the pace of litigation. A strong judicial commitment is essential to reducing delay and, once, achieved it would help in the just and quality dispensation of cases in its stipulated time. No doubt the quality of justice has a direct nexus with the quality of service that the courts’ delivers. The more competent judge delivers better while the most competent would deliver the best.
          A judge must be competent, skillful and efficient on expediency and  delay reduction, so as to restore confidence of the people. That’s why the manual was revised- pre trial conferences and trial scheduling is prime consideration for answering timely and quality adjudication.
          The KP Academy’s Faculty has exceptionally qualified and richly experienced permanent as well as visiting members. Both delivered lectures during the training. It has preferred judges over purely academic personalities. The reason is obvious. Judges could better understand day to day difficulties faced by the courts. They can easily diagnose the disease and could skillfully treat it. Most of the trainers have been teaching in the Academy since its inception. With regard to the methodology of the training(s), the resource persons opted for a participatory approach. With regard to the methodology of the training, all the resource persons focused on practical aspect of learning more than theory. Group discussions were also conducted.           Each and every session was followed by a question answer session. On 20th and 22nd, 2017, impressive concluding ceremonies were held.
          The Director General felicitated the trainees on successful completion of their respective training. On both the occasion Class Representative (CR) presented the viewpoint on behalf of the participants. Certificates were distributed amongst the participants.         They were seen off by Director General and other Faculty members with the urge to apply the techniques of case and court management learnt during the training.


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