Nyaya Vikas

Monitoring of Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Development of Infrastructure for Judiciary

20,069

20,069 Court Halls are available in the country

17,735

17,735 Residential Units are available for the Judiciary

Dashboard

View Project's Progress on NyayaVikas Dashboard

User Manual

Photo Gallery

Important Documents

Law

Nyaya Vikas

The Department of Justice has been implementing the Centrally Sponsored Scheme(CSS) for Development of Infrastructure Facilities for Districts and Subordinate Judiciary since 1993-94.

Under the Scheme , the central assistance is provided to the State Government / UT Administrations for construction of court halls and residential units for Judicial Officers / Judges of District and Subordinate Courts. The funds sharing pattern under the Scheme for Center and State is 60:40 in respect of States other than North Eastern and Himalayan States. The funds sharing pattern is 90:10 in respect of North Eastern and Himalayan States; and 100% in respect of Union Territories.

This portal has been created for monitoring the implementation of this Scheme.

Login to update the project progress and monitor it

FAQ

Mobile app is for collecting data from the field, Web portal is for viewing the data on the Map, approving the data, uploading the project details and for generating various reports

State User-Nodal Officer has to upload the details of all projects of his state and upload the Utilization Certificate (UC). Nodal officer also has to ensure that regular observations of projects are being uploaded by surveyor/moderator.

Moderator has to verify the observations uploaded by the surveyor and approve it.

Surveyor has to go to the project site and upload the pictures of current status of the project using mobile App. This activity has to be done periodically by the surveyor for monitoring the status of the construction of the project.

User IDs and passwords are shared with each State User-Nodal Officer. Nodal officer has to further distribute it to Surveyor and Moderator of each district

Nyaya Vikas is a web portal and a mobile app with a twin purpose. Firstly, it provides information on status of Judicial Infrastructure in the country, especially court halls and residential units of Judges and Judicial Officers of District and Subordinate judiciary. It also presents data on financial assistance given by Central Government to State Governments under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Development of Infrastructure Facilities for Judiciary and its utilization. Secondly, it is also an online monitoring mechanism for Central and State Governments to monitor construction of judicial infrastructure projects under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS).

‘USERS’ in Central Government and State Governments.

Nodal Officers, Moderators and Surveyors in Nyaya Vikas are known as STATE USERS.

Nodal Officers, Moderators and Surveyors are the officers of State Government/State PWD Department nominated by the Law/Judicial/Home Department of State Governments and UT Administrations.

Users in Central Government and State Governments can log on to Nyaya Vikas portal. On the home page, they can enter their respective credentials (username and password) and gain access.

Officer/s of Department of Justice is the Central User. His/her responsibility is to upload the financial assistance provided to States/UTs under CSS, to ensure participation of STATE USERS, provide guidance to them, monitor the progress of the projects, facilitate updation and improvements in Nyaya Vikas web portal and mobile app.

There is One Nodal Officer in every State/UT who has to create projects with physical and financial details in Nyaya Vikas Portal. Nodal Officer has to create / update all the projects of the State/UT. Nodal officer also has to ensure that information of project progress are being uploaded by Surveyor/Moderator regularly.

There is at least one Surveyor for every project in the State/UT who visits the project site. Using the mobile app he will enter the physical progress along with photos of the current stage of the project. The mobile app has a geotagging facility which enables tracking the exact location of the project and verifying the stage of construction by both the Central and State Users. This exercise is to be done regularly by the surveyor.

There is at least one Moderator for every project in the State/UT who verifies the observations and progress details uploaded by the surveyor and approves it. Moderator can also see the progress of the project through web portal after logging in.

Geo-location of the project shown in the map with latitude and longitude is called geo-tagging of the project.

Customized reports can be generated and can be exported in excel. Separate report for each state and a consolidated report for all the states can be generated.

Data collected, analyzed and consolidated from the physical and financial progress entered by Central and State Users is depicted on the DASHBOARD through graphs, diagrams, tables, maps.

Yes. The facility to delete project information is only with the Central Users. The State users can modify/ edit any project information at any time.

Yes, the format for utilization certificate is provided by DoJ. UC should be uploaded in pdf.

New Password can be created.

Yes, all text fields have certain limit for length of characters user is not allowed to fill beyond the maximum limit. The maximum limit of characters will be shown against each field

Yes, all text fields have certain limit for length of characters; user is not allowed to fill beyond the maximum limit. The maximum limit of characters will be shown against each field

Special Characters like hyphen, semi colon, colon, star etc. are not allowed.

To enable collection of live/actual data from the field using Global Positioning System (GPS) and to monitor the project progress

All authorised users can access the mobile app with the credentials provided to them

Surveyor visits the project site. First he enters his user id and password and gains access to the mobile app. Thereafter, he enters his observations on the physical progress of the project along with photos on the app. T he mobile app has a geotagging facility which enables tracking the exact location of the project and verifying the stage of construction by both the Central and State Users. Such information recorded on the mobile app can also be seen on the web portal. This exercise is to be done regularly by the surveyor.

Moderator verifies the observations uploaded by the surveyor and approves it.

The Law/Judicial/Home Department of State Governments and UTs appoint the Moderators and Surveyors from the officials of Public Works Department (PWD) in their respective states.

State specific User IDs and Passwords are shared by DoJ with respective Law/Judicial/Home Department of State Governments and UTs and are issued by them to the surveyors and moderators.

Nyaya Vikas mobile app is available to download from the portal after the successfull login.

Procedure of using Nyaya Vikas mobile app is given in the User manual, which is available on Nyaya Vikas Portal.

All smart phones with Built-in GPS receiver, in built camera, RAM- 2GB Recommended, GPRS / WiFi with internet facility and Minimum Memory / SD card:4 GB.

Surveyor enter his user id and password in the login area of the app.

Select the project from the list and update the project status

2 pictures at a time can be uploaded. At a later stage also photos can be uploaded.

Surveyor needs to select the project name from the list and select the Stage of Construction presently and add Surveyor remarks. Click photos of the project site from his mobile and upload it .

Yes, all text fields have certain limits for length of characters; user is not allowed to fill beyond the maximum limit. The maximum limit of characters will be shown against each field.

Special Characters like hyphen, semi colon, colon, star etc. are not allowed.

Click Save after entering the project detailsin the mobile. When Network connectivity is improved you can send the data from saved observations

Moderator has to login on to the web portal/mobile app and verify the details for approval. Once the Moderator is satisfied with the details and agrees with the observation then he/she can proceed to approve the project.

If Moderator disagrees or has clarifications regarding the data entered by the Surveyor, he/she may note the same in the remarks section and confer with the Surveyor before approving. After the correct information has been entered, the Moderator may approve the details.

Department of Justice, Ministry of Law and Justice, Delhi or Regional Remote Sensing Center-North, National Remote Sensing Center, ISRO Delhi may be contacted through email and phone. Contact details are mentioned on the web portal and also shared with State Users.

Yes, User manual is available on the Nyaya Vikas web-portal.

Important Documents

S.No Title Document
1Statement On Unspent Balance And Pending As On 22.05.2018Doc
2Statement Giving Grants Released Under Centrally Sponsored Scheme (AS ON 29.05.2017)Doc
3Guidelines dated 24.05.1999 - Centrally Sponsored Scheme for development of infrastructure facilities for the judiciary (old)Doc
4Guidelines dated 15.07.2011 - Centrally Sponsored Scheme for development of infrastructure facilities for the judiciaryDoc
5Guidelines dated 13.04.2017 - Centrally Sponsored Scheme for the Development of Infrastructure Facilities for the Judiciary Doc
6Guidelines dated 29.11.2017 - Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Development of Infrastructure Facilities for Judiciary.Doc
7Guidelines dated 16.08.2018 - Centrally Sponsored Scheme for the Development of Infrastructure Facilities for the Judiciary.Doc
8Guidelines dated 28.01.2021 - Centrally Sponsored Scheme for the Development of Infrastructure Facilities for the Judiciary.Doc
9Guidelines dated 19.08.2021 - Centrally Sponsored Scheme for the Development of Infrastructure Facilities for the Judiciary. Doc
10Revised fund sharing patternDoc
11Revised fund sharing pattern-in HindiDoc
12CSS FlyerDoc
13CSS Handbook (2018-19)Doc
14Nyaya Vikas Brochure Doc
15Note on uniform norms & specificationsDoc
16(2015 2016) CSS PuducherryDoc
17(2015 2016) CSS MeghalayaDoc
18(2015 2016) CSS MaharashtraDoc
19(2015 2016) CSS Uttar PradeshDoc
20(2015 2016) CSS Madhya PradeshDoc
21(2015 2016) CSS ManipurDoc
22(2015 2016) CSS KarnatakaDoc
23(2015 2016) CSS JharkhandDoc
24(2015 2016) CSS Jammu and KashmirDoc
25(2015 2016) CSS HaryanaDoc
26(2015 2016) CSS GujaratDoc
27(2015 2016) CSS DelhiDoc
28(2015 2016) CSS Arunachal PradeshDoc
29(2015 2016) CSS RajasthanDoc
30(2015 2016) CSS PunjabDoc
31(2016 2017) CSS RajasthanDoc
32(2016 2017) CSS NagalandDoc
33(2016 2017) CSS Himachal PradeshDoc
34(2016 2017) CSS Anadman and NicobarDoc
35(2016 2017) CSS PuducherryDoc
36(2016 2017) CSS Daman and DiuDoc
37(2016 2017) CSS Jammu and KashmirDoc
38(2016 2017) CSS Uttar PradeshDoc
39(2016 2017) CSS Tamil NaduDoc
40(2016 2017) CSS PunjabDoc
41(2016 2017) CSS MaharashtraDoc
42(2016 2017) CSS KarnatakaDoc
43(2016 2017) CSS GujaratDoc
44(2016 2017) CSS DelhiDoc
45(2016 2017) CSS BiharDoc
46(2016 2017) CSS BiharDoc
47(2016 2017) CSS MeghalayaDoc
48(2017 2018) CSS PunjabDoc
49(2017 2018) CSS KarnatakaDoc
50(2017 2018) CSS West BengalDoc
51(2017 2018) CSS UttrakhandDoc
52(2017 2018) CSS UttrakhandDoc
53(2017 2018) CSS Uttar PradeshDoc
54(2017 2018) CSS Uttar PradeshDoc
55(2017 2018) CSS RajasthanDoc
56(2017 2018) CSS NagalandDoc
57(2017 2018) CSS MizoramDoc
58(2017 2018) CSS MeghalayaDoc
59(2017 2018) CSS Madhya PradeshDoc
60(2017 2018) CSS KeralaDoc
61(2017 2018) CSS Jammu and KashmirDoc
62(2017 2018) CSS HaryanaDoc
63(2017 2018) CSS BiharDoc
64(2017 2018) CSS GujaratDoc
65(2017 2018) CSS MeghalayaDoc
66(2017 2018) CSS MaharashtraDoc
67(2017 2018) CSS JharkhandDoc
68(2017 2018) CSS DelhiDoc
69(2017 2018) CSS AssamDoc
70(2018 2019) CSS PunjabDoc
71(2018 2019) CSS KeralaDoc
72(2018 2019) CSS ChhattisgarhDoc
73(2018 2019) CSS AssamDoc
74(2018 2019) CSS Madhya PradeshDoc
75(2018 2019) CSS KeralaDoc
76(2018 2019) CSS UttarakhandDoc
77(2018 2019) CSS TelanganaDoc
78(2018 2019) CSS Tamil NaduDoc
79(2018 2019) CSS SikkimDoc
80(2018 2019) CSS SikkimDoc
81(2018 2019) CSS OdishaDoc
82(2018 2019) CSS NagalandDoc
83(2018 2019) CSS MizoramDoc
84(2018 2019) CSS MeghalayaDoc
85(2018 2019) CSS MeghalayaDoc
86(2018 2019) CSS ManipurDoc
87(2018 2019) CSS ManipurDoc
88(2018 2019) CSS Madhya PradeshDoc
89(2018 2019) CSS KarnatakaDoc
90(2018 2019) CSS Jammu and KashmirDoc
91(2018 2019) CSS Jammu and KashmirDoc
92(2018 2019) CSS Himachal PradeshDoc
93(2018 2019) CSS HaryanaDoc
94(2018 2019) CSS GujaratDoc
95(2018 2019) CSS GoaDoc
96(2018 2019) CSS ChhattisgarhDoc
97(2018 2019) CSS BiharDoc
98(2018 2019) CSS Andhra PradeshDoc
99(2018 2019) CSS West BengalDoc
100(2018 2019) CSS UttarakhandDoc
101(2018 2019) CSS Uttar PradeshDoc
102(2018 2019) CSS Uttar PradeshDoc
103(2018 2019) CSS RajasthanDoc
104(2018 2019) CSS PunjabDoc
105(2018 2019) CSS MaharashtraDoc
106(2018 2019) CSS Madhya PradeshDoc
107(2018 2019) CSS JharkhandDoc
108(2018 2019) CSS BiharDoc
109(2018 2019) CSS AssamDoc
110(2018 2019) CSS AssamDoc
111(2018 2019) CSS AssamDoc
112(2018 2019) CSS Andaman and NicobarDoc
113(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
114(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
115(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
116(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
117(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
118(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
119(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
120(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
121(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
122(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
123(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
124(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
125(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
126(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
127(2019 2020) CSS SikkimDoc
128(2019 2020) CSS SikkimDoc
129(2019 2020) CSS OdishaDoc
130(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
131(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
132(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
133(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
134(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
135(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
136(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
137(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
138(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
139(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
140(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
141(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
142(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
143(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
144(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
145(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
146(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
147(2019 2020) CSS Jammu and KashmirDoc
148(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
149(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
150(2019 2020) CSS HaryanaDoc
151(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
152(2019 2020) CSS GujaratDoc
153(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
154(2019 2020) CSS DelhiDoc
155(2019 2020) CSS DelhiDoc
156(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
157(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
158(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
159(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
160(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
161(2019 2020) CSS AssamDoc
162(2019 2020) CSS Arunachal PradeshDoc
163(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
164(2019 2020) CSS Andaman and NicobarDoc
165(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
166(2019 2020) CSS Common SanctionDoc
167(2020 2021) CSS West BengalDoc
168(2020 2021) CSS UttarakhandDoc
169(2020 2021) CSS Uttar PradeshDoc
170(2020 2021) CSS Uttar PradeshDoc
171(2020 2021) CSS TripuraDoc
172(2020 2021) CSS TripuraDoc
173(2020 2021) CSS TelanganaDoc
174(2020 2021) CSS Tamil NaduDoc
175(2020 2021) CSS SikkimDoc
176(2020 2021) CSS SikkimDoc
177(2020 2021) CSS RajasthanDoc
178(2020 2021) CSS PunjabDoc
179(2020 2021) CSS PunjabDoc
180(2020 2021) CSS NagalandDoc
181(2020 2021) CSS MizoramDoc
182(2020 2021) CSS MeghalayaDoc
183(2020 2021) CSS MeghalayaDoc
184(2020 2021) CSS ManipurDoc
185(2020 2021) CSS MaharashtraDoc
186(2020 2021) CSS MaharashtraDoc
187(2020 2021) CSS Madhya PradeshDoc
188(2020 2021) CSS Madhya PradeshDoc
189(2020 2021) CSS KeralaDoc
190(2020 2021) CSS KarnatakaDoc
191(2020 2021) CSS KarnatakaDoc
192(2020 2021) CSS JharkhandDoc
193(2020 2021) CSS Jammu and KashmirDoc
194(2020 2021) CSS Himachal PradeshDoc
195(2020 2021) CSS HaryanaDoc
196(2020 2021) CSS GujaratDoc
197(2020 2021) CSS GujaratDoc
198(2020 2021) CSS GoaDoc
199(2020 2021) CSS DelhiDoc
200(2020 2021) CSS ChhattisgarhDoc
201(2020 2021) CSS BiharDoc
202(2020 2021) CSS AssamDoc
203(2020 2021) CSS Arunachal PradeshDoc
204(2020 2021) CSS Andhra PradeshDoc
205(2020 2021) CSS Andaman and NicobarDoc
206(2020 2021) CSS Andaman and NicobarDoc
207(2020 2021) CSS Common SanctionDoc
208(2021 2022) CSS Uttar PradeshDoc
209(2021 2022) CSS Uttar PradeshDoc
210(2021 2022) CSS RajasthanDoc
211(2021 2022) CSS RajasthanDoc
212(2021 2022) CSS PunjabDoc
213(2021 2022) CSS PunjabDoc
214(2021 2022) CSS MizoramDoc
215(2021 2022) CSS MizoramDoc
216(2021 2022) CSS MeghalayaDoc
217(2021 2022) CSS MeghalayaDoc
218(2021 2022) CSS MaharashtraDoc
219(2021 2022) CSS MaharashtraDoc
220(2021 2022) CSS Madhya PradeshDoc
221(2021 2022) CSS Madhya PradeshDoc
222(2021 2022) CSS KarnatakaDoc
223(2021 2022) CSS KarnatakaDoc
224(2021 2022) CSS Jammu and KashmirDoc
225(2021 2022) CSS GoaDoc
226(2021 2022) CSS GoaDoc
227(2021 2022) CSS DelhiDoc
228(2021 2022) CSS AssamDoc
229(2021 2022) CSS AssamDoc
230(2021 2022) CSS Arunachal PradeshDoc
231(2021 2022) CSS Andaman and NicobarDoc
Showing entries (filtered from total entries)

Visitors :

Visitor counter
Address

Department of Justice
Jaisalmer House
New Delhi

Contact

Email: help-nyayavikas[at]gov[dot]in
Phone: +91 11 2307 2136 
Fax: +91 11 2307 2552