The State Government
constitute Medical Appeal Tribunal for
the purpose of Section 54 A of ESI Act and Rule 20 A of ESIC (Central) Rules 1950 and regulation 76 of the ESI (General) regulations, 1950.
The Medical Appeal Tribunal shall consist of a Judicial
officer of the State Government of status not higher than judge of the El Court. He shall be assisted by one or more senior state medical service experts drawn from the panel from the respective branch of medicine to which the case relates and the official(s) nominated by the State Government of recognised trade unions for this purpose.
Procedure of Medical Appeal Tribunal
An IP or Corporation, whosoever, is dissatisfied with the decision of the Medical Board may appeal to the Medical Appeal Tribunal on Form B.I.5
within 3 months of being informed of decision. The Tribunal may entertain an application after the period of three months, if it is satisfied that the Appellant had sufficient reasons for not presenting the application with the prescribed time.
The Tribunal may confirm, reverse, or vary the decision of the Medical Board in whole or in part.