SBI partner with Courts in Maharashtra for payment through eGovernance


Mumbai: In line with the digital India campaign initiated by the PMO, an agreement has been signed between the High Court, Bombay, State of Maharashtra and State Bank of India, LHO Maharashtra Circle, Mumbai for providing 690 Point of Sales (PoS) Machines to various court establishments in the Maharashtra State under e-Courts Project.  It is the first and unique project in the country. It is being implemented in various Court establishments in the State of Maharashtra.  High Court of Bombay is the first High Court in the country to implement such a unique project for making use of PoS machines for making electronic payments concerning Fine, Penalty, Judicial deposits, and other payments.

The agreement was signed by Mr. Yashwant Goswami, Central Project Coordinator High Court Bombay, Nitin Jiwne, Joint Secretary cum Legal Advisor, Law and Judiciary and Mr. Naveen Misra, Deputy General Manager (Digital & Transaction Banking), LHO Maharashtra at Bombay High Court Mr. Vishal A.Sathe, Officer on Special Duty (OSD), High Court Bombay and Mr. Hrishikesh Kulkarni, Deputy Registrar High Court Bombay were present on the said occasion.

The Installation of PoS Machines at various Courts in the State of Maharashtra will promote eGovernance and Ease of Doing Business by accepting payments of fines, penalties and other kinds of deposits (compensations, rent, maintenance, and securities) from the litigants. Besides PoS machines integration is done with SBI ePay services for the very payments with National ePay Portal


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