Improved Case Data, Information Management and Reporting Workshop

Nay Pyi Taw, August 14

The improved case data, information management and reporting workshop is held by the Supreme Court of the Union at ParkRoyal Hotel, Nay Pyi Taw from 14-15 August 2018 in collaboration with the Federal Court of Australia and UNDP.

It is conducted by the Annex to MoU on Judicial Cooperation between the Supreme Court of the Union and the Federal Court of Australia and aims at providing Myanmar Judges, Judicial Officers and Court Clerk with skills of data collection.

Mr. Arhilan, Business Intelligence Solutions Architect / Manager from the Federal Court of Australia will discuss on data collection, data analysis, data monitoring, reporting, KPI’s, annual report and so on.

         

It is attended altogether about 35 Myanmar Judges, Judicial Officers and Court Clerk from the Office of the Union Supreme Court, the Office of the Union Judiciary Supervision and the High Court, District Court and Township Courts of Mandalay Region.

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