yes Mr vilson . my reply posted just herein above was intended to comments of mr sreenivas.
You may file in person a case/appeal / review /revision or whatever proceedings are required in any court. But , our experience shows that most of the litigants who try to plead inperson , are advised by the courts to take help of an advocate. because, a litigant who has no legal trainning , often plead those facts and points which happens to be legally irrelevant , moreover, missing relevant points. Further, a person pleading his own case tends to be emotional rather than placing legal arguments.
Therefore I would advise that even an advocate should avoid to plead in person. and even a doctor should avoid self medication.