Supreme Court To Start 'Hybrid Mode' Hearings on Experimental Basis From March 15

Supreme Court To Start 'Hybrid Mode' Hearings on Experimental Basis From March 15

India.com

New Delhi: The Supreme Court will begin hybrid hearings (physical and virtual) on an experimental basis from March 15. The apex court said a pilot basis final hearing/regular matters listed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays will be heard through hybrid mode.

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Court in a circular issued on March 5, said the Chief Justice of India SA Bobde has issued some directions and Standard Operating Procedure on commencing of the hybrid mode of hearing in the apex court amid the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic.

“On an experimental basis, and as a pilot scheme, the final hearing/regular matters listed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays may be heard in the hybrid model, as may be decided by the Bench, considering the number of parties in a matter as well as the limited capacity of the Courtrooms; all other matters, including those listed on Mondays and Fridays shall continue to be heard through video/teleconferencing mode,” the circular said.

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