The effectiveness of a Judicial System is measured by its capacity to provide a timely and apposite justice to the parties to the dispute. Similarly, its effectiveness is debatable when there are intolerable number of cases that are pending and undecided. In the Indian context this is a clear violation of “Right to Speedy Trial” as conferred by Article 21 of the Constitution of India. India is facing shortage of “Judicial Officers” to handle the mammoth cases filed and accumulated over a period of time. One of the possible solutions that can help India in this situation is the adoption of the benefits of ICT in the judicial functioning. Unfortunately, the same has not found favour with the Executive, Legislature and Judiciary. Although, the Supreme Court e-committee has been formulated yet it has not taken serious, concrete and productive steps except providing “Laptops” to the judicial officers. We must appreciate that “E-governance in India” cannot be equated with mere “Computerisation”. It must relate to the active use of ICT for effective justice administration.