Punjab Information Technology Board in collaboration with Punjab Judicial Academy has launched Learning Management System (LMS) through which two thousand Judicial officers and nearly Twenty thousand high court staff will be able to get online training via dedicated web portal while sitting at their remote areas. Chief Guest of the ceremony, sitting judge of Lahore High Court Honorable Justice Mr. Jawad Hassan inaugurated the LMS in presence of Chairman PITB Azfar Manzoor, Director General PJA Nazeer Ahmad Gajana and other senior officials here today.
On this occasion, Justice Mr. Jawad Hassan lauded the efforts of PITB in facilitating PJA and making learning procedure easier and accessible on one click. It is our mandate to bring reforms in judiciary system and PITB has already played a key role in automating Lahore High Court system, he said.
Chairman PITB Azfar Manzoor said that the system will surely assist all the stakeholders at Punjab Judicial Academy and will assist effectively in the administration of training programs, enhanced learning process and in making effective decisions in no time. Technology has played a transformative role in shaping all walks of life & this Learning Management System will provide self-registration mechanism for training and robust reporting mechanism, he added.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was also signed in the ceremony between Punjab Judicial Academy and Punjab Information Technology Board for further enhancement of the Learning Management System in future. Chairman PITB Azfar Manzoor and DG PJA Nazeer Ahmad Gajana signed MoU on behalf of their respective organizations
Addition Director General PITB Ms. Saima Sheikh gave a detailed presentation on LMS and demonstrated the solutions the system offers. She said the system will ensure the academy to have credible benchmark by steaming the process which will resultantly reduce the operational time and effort. LMS creates the centralized repository of learning resources that features trainings, trainees profiling, online resources and discussion forum and to automate internal systems such as emails, SMS, alerts etc, she added.
Director General Punjab Judicial Academy, Nazir Ahmad Gajana also thanked Punjab IT Board for providing full assistance and support. In the end, souvenirs were presented to the officials of PITB, PJA who contributed a great deal in the said initiatives.