As India's literacy rate and per capita income increases, the number of new cases filed per thousand population is likely to increase from the current rate of about 15 ( up from roughly around three cases per thousand population some three decades ago) to about 75 cases in the next three decades," the report, prepared by the National Court Management Systems Committee ( NCMSC), said.
What does CMS stand for?
CMS stands for Court Management System (software)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Cote Majorée de Sécurité (French: Increased Security Rating; nuclear power industry)
- Cougar Mountain Software (Boise, ID)
- Council on Medical Service
- Country Montessori School (various locations)
- Countryside Management Scheme (UK)
- County Medical Society (various locations)
- Cours de Mathématiques Spéciales (Switzerland)
- Course Management Service
- Course Management System
- Course Mission Statement (Navy curriculum development)
- Court Martialled and Shot
- Crane Merchandising Systems (vending machines; South Carolina)
- Crash Management System (automotive)
- Crawford Music Services (Los Angeles, California)
- Creative Media Services (Decatur, IL)
- Creative Music Studio (various locations)
- Credit Management System (customer profiling)
- Crédit Mutuel du Sénégal (French; Senegalese bank)
- Crew Management System (various organizations)
- Crisis Management System
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Odyssey File & Serve is an integrated component of Tyler's Odyssey court management system, which Oregon selected in 2010 for statewide implementation supporting all state trial courts.
He said our judicial officers with the cooperation of other stakeholders should take steps for the improvement in the court management system under the guidelines issued by the policy.
Currently, subpoenas are produced by the clerk using a subpoena tracking system designed by the sheriff's office as part of the court management system.