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Laws & Rules

Chapter I                 : Preliminary
Chapter II                : Digital Signature
Chapter III               : Electronic Governance
Chapter IV                : Attribution, Acknowledgment And Despatch Of Electronic Records
Chapter V                 : Secure Electronic Records And Secure Digital Signatures
ChapterVI                 : Regulation Certifying Authorities
Chapter VII               : Digital Signature Certificates
Chapter VIII              : Duties Of Subscribers
Chapter IX                : Penalties And Adjudication
ChapterX                  : The Cyber Regulations Appellate Tribunal
Chapter XI                : Offences
Chapter XII               : Network Service Providers Not Be Liable In Certain Cases.
Chapter XIII              : Miscellaneous
The First Schedule     : Amendment To The Indian Penal Code (See Section 91)(45 Of 1860]
The Second Schedule: Amendments To The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 (See Section 92) [1 Of 1872]
The Third Schedule   : Amendments To The Bankers' Books Evidence Act, 1891 (See Section 93) [18 Of 1891]
The Fourth Schedule : Amendment To The Reserve Bank Of India Act, 1934 (See Section 94) [2 Of 1934]


1. In section 2-

    (a) for clause (3), the following clause shall be substitute namely :- (3) "bankers books " include ledgers, day-books, cash-books, account-books and all other books used in the ordinary business of a bank whether kept in the written form or as printouts of data stored in a floppy, disc, tape or any other form of electromagnetic data storage device;

    (b) for clause (8), the following clause shall be substituted, namely (8) "certified copy" means when the books of a bank,- (a) are maintained in written form, a copy of any entry in such books together with a certificate written at the foot of such copy that it is a true copy of such entry, that such entry is contained in one of the ordinary books of the bank and was made in the usual and ordinary course of business and that such books is still in the custody of the bank, and where the copy was obtained by mechanical or other process which in itself ensured the accuracy of the copy, a further certificate to that effect, but where the book from which such copy was prepared has been destroyed in the usual course of the bank's business after the date on which the copy has been so prepared, a further certificate to that effect, each such certificate being dated and subscribed by the principal accountant or manager of the bank with his name and official title; and consists of printouts of data stored in a floppy, disc, tape or any other electro-magnetic data storage device, a printout of such entry or a copy of such printout together with such statements certified in accordance with the provisions of section 2A;
2. After section 2,

the following section shall be inserted, namely :- "2A. Conditions in the printout. A printout of entry or a copy of printout referred to in sub-section (8) of section 2 shall be accompanied by the following, namely :-
    (a) a certificate to the effect that it is a printout of such entry or a copy of such printout by the principal accountant or branch manager ; and

    (b) a certificate by a person in-charge of computer system containing a brief descriptions of the computer system and the particulars of-

      (A) the safeguards adopted by the system to ensure that data is entered or any other operation performed only by authorised persons;

      (B) the safeguards adopted to prevent and detect unauthorised change of data;

      (C) the safeguards available to retrieve data that is lost due to systemic failure or any other reasons;

      (D) the manner in which data is transferred from the system to removable media like floppies, discs, tapes or other electro-magnetic data storage devices;

      (E) the mode of verification in order to ensure that data has been accurately transferred to such removable media;

      (F) the mode of identification of such data storage devices;

      (G) the arrangements for the storage and custody of such storage devices;

      (H) the safeguards to prevent and detect any tampering with the system; and

      (I) any other factor which will vouch for the integrity and accuracy of the system.

    (c) a further certificate from the person in-charge of the computer system to the effect that to the best of his knowledge and behalf, such computer system operated properly at the material time, he was provided with all the relevant data and the printout in question represents correctly, or is appropriately derived from, the relevant data".


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