Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Indian Centre For ICT In Parliament

World over parliaments are becoming aware of the benefits of information and communication technology (ICT). India is also following the pursuit. However, the use of ICT by Indian parliament is very limited and traditional in nature.

For instance live telecasting of the proceedings of parliament, maintaining of websites by parliament, etc are some of the examples where ICT has been used by Indian parliament. However, Indian parliament has to cover a long gap before it can be safely called fully ICT compliant.

Parliament is a place where laws are made. If we combine technology with law, the requirement of parliament becomes techno legal in nature. This also means that we need research and training centers for parliament that are techno legal in nature.

At Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) and Perry4Law Techno Legal ICT Training Centre (PTLITC) we have established the exclusive techno legal ICT research and training centre for parliament of India. This is the exclusive techno legal Indian centre for ICT in parliament. The centre intends to empower Indian parliament and parliaments of other jurisdictions in a techno legal manner.

PTLB and PTLITC have also started various techno legal e-learning courses, education, research and trainings for staff, employees, committees, committee members, members of parliament, etc. This includes techno legal courses and trainings for legislative drafting, legislative research, legislative education, public legal awareness trainings, etc.

We hope this initiative of PTLB and PTLITC would be beneficial for various stakeholders in general and Indian parliament and other parliaments in particular.

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