DAKSH & IIT Delhi Collaborate For Interdisciplinary Research

DAKSH and IIT Delhi tie-up for interdisciplinary research and building solutions for the judicial system

Leveraging the power of interdisciplinary research, technology and community of practice for innovators, researchers & policymakers to accelerate reforms in the Indian judicial system, the 'DAKSH Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Law and Technology' at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi has kickstarted its first three projects. These are:

  1. Evaluation of User Interface (UI)/ User Experience (UX) for select Indian High Court websites
  2. Case Flow Management in India via Simulation Modelling
  3. Cheque Bouncing Case Analysis

These projects attempt to use analytical frameworks from different disciplines to build tools for a better understanding of the Indian judiciary. The research produced by the CoE will be interdisciplinary, drawing from various domains like Operations Research, Economics, Public Policy, Design Studies, Statistical Techniques, Data-based Modelling, Natural Language Processing, and Machine Learning. The CoE will design, innovate, and enable the building of technology to translate research into action tools and solutions. 

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