DISTRICT COURT SURGUJA

Surguja

 

 

 

 

               

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • "हाइब्रिड नेशनल लोक अदालत दिनांक 11-09-2021 ''

दिनांक 11-09-2021 को आयोजित  हाइब्रिड नेशनल लोक  अदालत भौतिक रूप से एवं विडियो कांफ़्रेंसिंग दोनों के माध्यम से आयोजित होगी | जिसमें विडियो कांफ़्रेंसिंग हेतु "Jitsi Meet" मोबाईल एप्लीकेशन अधिवक्ताओ/पक्षकारों के स्मार्टफ़ोन मे आवश्यक रूप से इंस्टाल होना चाहिये |

Video Conferencing Link for Hybrid Lok Adalat

 

 

Panel No

Presiding Officer

Link For

Jitsi Meet

 

1

Shri R B Ghore,
 DISTRICT & SESSIONS
 JUDGE, SURGUJA

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2

Shri Thomas Ekka,

Judge Family Court Ambikapur

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3

Shri A R Dhidhi,

Chairman Permanent Lok Adalat

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4

Smt Neelima Singh Baghel ,       

I ADDIL DISTRICT & SESSIONS JUDGE

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5

Ku Mohani Kanwar II ADJ Ambikapur

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6

 

Smt Kiran Thawait,

III ADDITIONAL DISTRICT & SESSIONS JUDGE

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7

Shri Omprakash
Jaiswal,

V ADDITIONAL DISTRICT& SESSIONS JUDGE

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8

Shri Deepak Koshley,  CJM AMBIKAPUR

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9

Shri Dular Singh,

II Civil Judge Class I

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10

Smt Sarojani
Janardan Khare,

III Civil Judge Class I

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11

Ku Shweta Goswami,

I Civil Judge Class II

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12

Ku Priya Rajak,

II Civil Judge Class II

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13

Shri Nilesh Jagdalla ,     III Civil Judge Class II

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14

Ku Khileshwari Sinha

IV Civil Judge Class II

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15

Ku Ranju Vaishnav,

V Civil Judge Class II

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16

Shri Suresh Kumar Toppo,

I Civil Judge Class II Sitapur

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     Link to survey for expeditious disposal of cases under section 138 of the NI Act

      https://www.mygov.in/mygov-survey/survey-speedy-disposal-cheque-bouncing...

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For Online efiling please click on below mentioned Link :-

https://efiling.ecourts.gov.in/cg/

Get registered yourself in District Court database for e-filing

Advocate registrartion request form DC.pdf

 

Links For Virtual Hearing Courts ( Jitsi Meet)

Jitsi Meet Link.pdf

VC Room Link on Vidyo Desktop App

http://ecourtvc.nic.in/flex.html?roomdirect.html&key=mO2QRNu42s3bOuzWJF76qtHrETw

                       

                 The Judicial history of Surguja District came into existence during the Princely State of Surguja . The Princely State of Surguja came under the Protection of British Government of India in the year 1818, after the third Anglo Maratha War. It is considered that Surguja state operated as the overlord of the current states of Jashpur, Udaipur (Dharamjaigarh, Distt.- Raigarh), Changbhakhar and Korea.

                         The hereditary title of the native ruler of the princely state of Surguja was Maharaja, who exercised full administrative and jurisdictional powers and authority. An advisory committee consisting of 3 members was established in the year 1944 on the initiative of the ruler. The state was one of the original constituent members of the Chamber of Princes, a number of smaller states indirectly represented by 12 princes who were elected periodically by them. In 1940, the Maharaja of Surguja was admitted to the Chamber in his own right. The evidence of it is available at the main door of the local Collectorate building where inscription as to it shows that then a Combined High Court building was available here which was built in the year 1936 then this district was under Central Provinces and Berar State, the ruler presided over as a Judge also.

                         The present building of District & Sessions Court Surguja is situated near Gandhi Chowk Ambikapur . District & Sessions Court Surguja came into existence in 1969 . Prior to 1969 this District was under the control of District and Sessions Judge Raigarh (C.G.). Mr S P Khare was the first District and Sessions Judge Surguja (CG) who assumed charge on 17.01.1969 .

Outlying Courts of District Court Surguja ( Ambikapur ) are :-

1 Civil Court  Sitapur

Ramanujganj Wadrafnagar, Balrampur and Rajpur were also the outlying station of District Court Surguja before  27 Jan 2018

Surajpur and Pratappur were also the outlying station of District Court Surguja before 2nd October 2013 .