To make a central agency that is competent to realise the standardistion of the Islamic legal system to uphold justice.
To streamline the provisions of Islamic law throughout the country and manage appeal cases effectively and systematically.
To establish Islamic Law related to administration. To set a standard practice for Syariah Court that would be adopted by all States.
To ensure that all states use the Gunasama Service Scheme for Syariah Officer.
To ensure that the Appeal Court cases are managed in a fair, efficient and organised manner.
To Maximise the use of information technology systems widely to facilitate smooth running of administration.
To formulate policies and strategies to improve a standardised organisational performance of the Court in all states;
To coordinate the Islamic judiciary system and Islamic judicial procedures for adopted by all states;
To guard and evaluate the programmes and activities by the State Syariah Court that accept the Gunasama Service Scheme for Syariah Officers;
To administer and coordinate the rules, ethics and practice directions as well as procedures for all syariah officers and staff of the State Syariah Court;
To manage the requirement and development of qualified human resource that meets the demand of the system;
To administer and coordinate the use of electronic information systems at JKSM and the State Syariah Court;
To develop a Resource Centre on Syariah judiciary and judicial system that provides academic reference materials to the Syariah Officers nationwide as well as to the public;
To implement research on legal and judicial system in accordance with the development of sharia Muslims in the country in terms of social;
To sturcture and implement the training programmes to develop all of Syariah Officers and staff who perform the duties whether at State Syariah Courts, Legal Aid Bureau, Islamic Religious Department or other agencies that have a number of Syariah judiciary posts;
To manage appeal cases at the State Syariah Courts effectively and systematically based on national judiciary and state enactments.
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