Coir Board Services (Classification, Control And Appeal) Bye-Laws,1969
21. Appellate Authorities.
(1) A Board’s employee including a person who has ceased to be a Board’s servant may prefer an appeal against all or any of the orders, specified in bye-law 20 to the authority specified in this behalf in the schedule, or where no such authority is specified
(a) to the appointing authority where the order appealed against is made by an authority subordinate to it; or
(b) to the Central Government where such order is made by any other authority.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in Cl. (1)
(i) an appeal against an order in a common proceeding held under bye-law 15 shall lie to the authority to which the authority functioning as the disciplinary authority for the purpose of that proceeding is immediately subordinate :
(ii) where the person who made the order appealed against becomes, by virtue of his subsequent appointment or otherwise, the appellate authority in respect of such order, an appeal against such order shall lie to the authority to which such person is immediately subordinate.