Methodical training is a human resource development activity and judicial education and training is a discipline to enhance capacity of the Judges, Law officers of the Government, Advocates and court support staffs for achieving better access to justice for the citizens.
To relieve the litigants from confronting factors like inordinate delay, exorbitant cost and uncertainty in the disposal of court proceedings and thus to facilitate easy access to justice, necessity for institutional training of judges has long been felt. This feeling has accelerated with the passage of time for strengthening democracy and establishment of rule of law. Again in order to keep pace with socio-economic development both in national and international spheres, the judiciary needs to be dynamic, sound and capable to meet the requirement of time. For achieving these objectives, imparting training to the judges and other connected with the administration of justice is considered necessary.