Regulation Of The Naval Aviation Mechanic School

Original Language Title: Reglamento de la Escuela de Mecánica de Aviación Naval

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REGULATION OF THE SCHOOL OF NAVAL AVIATION MECHANICS

NAVAL AVIATION MECHANICS SCHOOL REGULATION

Published in the DOF on November 9, 1998

Last reform published DOF 25 May 1999

On the sidelines a seal with the National Shield, which reads: United Mexican States.-Presidency of the Republic.

ERNESTO ZEDILLO PONCE DE LEÓN, President of the United Mexican States, exercising the power conferred on me by Article 89, part I of the Constitution of the United States of America. United Mexican States; and based on Articles 2, XIV, 37, 38, 61, 63 and 76 of the Mexican Navy's Organic Law; 73 of the Mexican Navy Discipline Act; and 30, fraction VI, of the Organic Law of Administration Public Federal, I have had to issue the following

NAVAL AVIATION MECHANICS SCHOOL REGULATION

TITLE FIRST. GENERAL PROVISIONS

ONLY CHAPTER

ARTICLE 1o.- The School of Naval Aviation Mechanics is a professional technical education establishment created with the mission of forming officers with the necessary knowledge for the maintenance and conservation of the air material of the Mexican Navy.

ARTICLE 2o.- The School of Naval Aviation Mechanics shall regulate its naval and military activities in accordance with the laws, regulations and other provisions of the military naval order and academics in accordance with the objectives, strategies and actions envisaged in the General Plan of Naval Education.

TITLE SECOND. COMPETENCE AND ORGANIZATION

CHAPTER I. COMPETITION

ARTICLE 3o.- Compete the Naval Aviation Mechanics School perform the following functions:

I.- Forming the staff of students within the naval profession to perform as officers for the maintenance and conservation of the air material of the Mexican Navy;

II.- Forming the staff of students in the technical research applied to the maintenance and conservation of the aerial material;

III.- Forming physically and mentally the staff of students for the protection, surveillance and assistance of the country's internal security and defense;

IV.- Inculcate to the staff of students the highest concepts of honor, duty, loyalty, honesty and discipline as supreme values of the naval profession;

V.- Inculcate the staff of the students in the spirit of service, the love of the sea, the marine environment and the respect for the marine resources;

VI.- To carry out technical, scientific and pedagogical research activities in the different aspects of the aerial material, to obtain the academic excellence of its tasks of teaching;

VII.- The development of continuing education and specialty courses in the area of naval aviation mechanics, as provided for in the General Plan of Naval Education, and

VIII.- The others that give you the laws, regulations, and provisions of the command.

CHAPTER II. OF THE ORGANIZATION

ARTICLE 4.- For the performance of your mission the Naval Aviation Mechanics School will be organized in the following way:

I.- Address;

II.- Subdirection;

III.- Alumni Body Command;

IV.- Service Headquarters, and

V.- Collegiate Organs.

ARTICLE 5o.- The personnel assigned to the Naval Aviation Mechanics School are classified as follows:

I.- Directing, which shall be composed of the Director, the Deputy Director and the holders of the Command of the Alumni Corps and the Head of Services;

II.- Teaching, which will be composed of the naval, military and civil teachers and instructors who deliver the theoretical and practical teaching to the staff of students;

III.- Alumni, which will be made up of the staff who are pursuing the career of Professional Technician in Naval Aviation Mechanics, and

IV.- Services, which will be composed of captains, officers, classes and mariners attached to the areas of support and security.

TITLE THIRD. OF THE ATTRIBUTIONS

ADDRESS CHAPTER I.

ARTICLE 6o.- The Director shall correspond (sic) to the category of Captain, designated by the High Command and its powers and duties shall be as follows:

I.- Address the assessment and control of the functions of the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics in accordance with this Regulation and the administrative manuals corresponding;

II.- Plan, program and propose to the High Command, through the Directorate General of Naval Education, for its approval, the educational activities of the students and the aid to the teaching necessary to achieve academic excellence;

III.- To monitor the academic and doctrinal orientation of the school by controlling and supervising the performance of the operational, technical and administrative functions of the school. Sub-direction;

IV.- Integrate and manage the preliminary draft budget that meets the needs and requirements for compliance with the mission entrusted and monitoring its implementation correct once authorized;

V.- Organize, train and equip staff of students and maintain them in the best health conditions for the service of weapons;

VI.- Maintain the disciplinary and educational doctrine unit;

VII.- Coordinate, through the territorial command, the tasks and activities of the school that have an impact on the training of the students with the units and establishments of the institution, as well as with civil and military authorities;

VIII.- Dictate the necessary measures for the areas of study and support to perform their academic, technical, military and administrative tasks in a systematic and programmed manner in accordance with the guidelines established by the High Command;

IX.- To confer promotions on students and classes of students on the proposal of the Commander of the Alumni Corps and the Subdirectorate, as well as to order their suspension or degradation of compliance with the provisions of this Regulation;

X.- Concede franchise on the days flagged in the official calendar;

XI.- To process, if any, the student staff casualties;

XII.- Propose the personnel to their orders to perform the charges that are not designated by the High Command pursuant to this Regulation;

XIII.- Chair the school's Teaching Council;

XIV.- Call the Disciplinary Board and Council of Ordinary Honor as appropriate;

XV.- Exorder certified constances of studies, professional exams, Bandera swears and other inherent in naval training;

XVI.- Resolve the interpretation and application of this Regulation, as well as the cases not provided for in this Regulation;

XVII.- Take the history and book of distinguished visitors to the school;

XVIII.- Order processing and monitoring strict compliance with administrative manuals;

XIX.- Report at the beginning of each semester to the High Command, through the Directorate General of Naval Education, the cases of kinship due to consanguinity or affinity between Pupils and managers or teachers;

XX.- Monitor that computers and computer programs in the Department of Computer have the licenses authorized by superiority and implement security measures to prevent computer programs from being out of order;

XXI.- Oversee that the protection of literary, scientific, technical, legal, pedagogical and didactic works by the School of Mechanical Aviation Mechanics is subject to established by the Federal Copyright Law;

XXII.- Meet your faculties and obligations by organizing according to the appropriate administrative manuals, and

XXIII.- The others that give you the laws, regulations, and provisions of the command.

CHAPTER II. OF THE SUBADDRESS

ARTICLE 7o.- The Subdirector shall correspond to the category of Captain, designated by the High Command. For the purposes of this Regulation, he will also serve as Head of Studies, and his powers and duties will be as follows:

I.- Coordinate the action of the administrative organs of the school in order to make them participate in compliance with the general provisions of the school, in accordance with their needs and the guidelines and orders emanating from the Director;

II.- Resolve the matters entrusted to you, reporting on the respective resolutions, and submit to the agreement of the Director all those powers of the latter;

III.- Agree with other managers on matters that are presented to you whose resolution does not correspond to the Director;

IV.- Maintaining the automated, automated and updated databases, trusted and authorized to obtain information in support of decision making and required for reports presented by the Director to superiority;

V.- Address the processing and resolution of the administrative matters of the school in accordance with the provisions of the Director and the guidelines in the field established for the Mexican Navy;

VI.- Subscribe to documents relating to the exercise of their functions and those that correspond to them;

VII.- Chair the Academic Board and be part of the Teaching Board;

VIII.- Chair the Disciplinary Board and the Ordinary Honor Council;

IX.- Plan, organize, and direct academic activities;

X.- Develop the schedules of the subjects and submit them to the Director's consideration and approval;

XI.- Develop and apply acknowledgements and exams;

XII.- Propose to the Director the programs for updating the teaching staff and instructors inside and outside the school;

XIII.- Propose to the Director the physical scenarios to develop the internship programs of the different courses;

XIV.- Propose stimuli or corrective measures to be made by the students according to the results of the examinations and examinations;

XV.- Take control of both individual and group ratings;

XVI.- Perform the permanent evaluation processes for students ' staff;

XVII.- To be responsible for the study plans to be modified neither in form nor in content, except in the express order of the High Command, through the Directorate General of Education Naval;

XVIII.- Develop and update the procedures manuals for your competence;

XIX.- Meet your faculties and obligations by organizing according to the appropriate administrative manuals, and

XX.- The others that give you the laws, regulations, and provisions of the command.

CHAPTER III. FROM THE COMMAND OF THE PUPILS ' BODY

ARTICLE 8o.- The Commander of the Alumni Corps shall correspond to the category of Captain, designated by the High Command and its powers and duties shall be as follows:

I.- Exercise the military naval command of the Alumni Corps, inculcating the naval doctrine, the norms of personal and group performance, strengthening the spirit of body, disposition of service, companionship and mutual respect;

II.- Being directly responsible for the discipline of the Alumni Corps, as well as the exercise of command and obedience among the students;

III.- Propose to the Director, with the opinion of the Subdirection, the promotions of the staff of students and classes of students;

IV.- Propose to the staff of students who for their military naval performance have become worthy of some distinction;

V.- Present to the Director the elements by which the staff of the students are considered to be required to appear before the Disciplinary Board, in accordance with this Regulation;

VI.- Keep in custody and update the history of the Naval Aviation Mechanics School War Flag and other flags in the custody of the Alumni Corps;

VII.- Forming part of the Teaching, Discipline and Ordinary Honor Councils, as well as the Academic Board;

VIII.- Organize the weapons services inside and outside the school, as well as the military guard who performs the staff of the Alumni Corps;

IX.- Manage the war material assigned to the Alumni Body;

X.- Organize and direct the naval, physical, sports, and social activities of the staff of students;

XI.- Promote marine traditions and maritime sports;

XII.- Imparting the principles of ethics and social behavior that distinguish the naval officer;

XIII.- Propose to the Director the movement and assignment of teaching staff or services required for the Alumni Corps;

XIV.- Develop and update the procedures manuals for your competence;

XV.- Meet your faculties and obligations by organizing according to the appropriate administrative manuals, and

XVI.- The others that give you the laws, regulations, and provisions of the command.

CHAPTER IV. FROM THE SERVICE HEADQUARTERS

ARTICLE 9o.- The Head of Services shall correspond to the category of Officer, designated by the High Command and its powers and duties shall be as follows:

I.- Be responsible for providing in quantity and quality administration, food, transportation, water, sanitation, tailoring, laundry, hairdressing, zapateria and others that are required for the proper functioning of the school;

II.- Plan, organize and manage infrastructure conservation, operation of the school machinery and equipment, as well as maintenance of network facilities electrical, hydraulic and sanitary, according to the school's calendar of activities;

III.- Be the direct manager of the authorized budget exercise;

IV.- Organize and direct the training of officers, classes and mariners assigned to the services;

V.- Organize the school's weapons, surveillance, and security services with the exception of those performed by the students ' staff;

VI.- Manage war material assigned to the school;

VII.- Take control of fuel and lubricant stocks;

VIII.- Monitor the installation of the machinery and equipment assigned to the school;

IX.- Be the direct person responsible for the discipline of officers, classes and mariners assigned to the services;

X.- Form part of the Ordinary Honor Council;

XI.- Develop and update the procedures manuals for your competence;

XII.- Meet your faculties and obligations by organizing according to the appropriate administrative manuals, and

XIII.- The others that give you the laws, regulations, and provisions of the command.

ORDER AND SUCCESSION OF COMMAND

ARTICLE 10.- The temporary absences of the Director will be supplied by the Deputy Director, in the absence of this one by the Commander of the Alumni Corps.

TITLE FOURTH. INTERNAL SYSTEM

CHAPTER I. OF TEACHING STAFF

ARTICLE 11.- The teaching staff may be:

I.- Military: admirals, captains and officers of the Mexican Navy and members of the Mexican Army and Air Force, in addition to the functions indicated in this Regulation have the inherent in their hierarchy and commissions;

II.- Civil: professionals selected by contest of opposition or capacity examination, who under contract provide one or more subjects that do not have the naval or military character, and

III.-Foreign : Armed forces officers from other countries as commissioners or as exchange officers, who will be subject to the functions indicated in the This Regulation.

ARTICLE 12.- The designation of a professor or instructor of the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics is ordered by the High Command, through the Directorate General of Personnel, and its functions will be as follows:

I.- Prepare and impart the subjects or practices assigned to them;

II.- Achieving the objectives outlined by the study programs by proposing the modifications that you deem necessary for this;

III.- Propose the publications of a didactic character that are necessary to improve the teaching-learning of the staff of students;

IV.- Report on the progress, delays, or alterations in the program of its subject, as well as the behavior, attitude and interest with which the students receive it;

V.- Formulate, propose, and apply acknowledgements and exams;

VI.- Forming part of the exams juries;

VII.- Staying up to date on the subjects of your responsibility and attending the refresher courses scheduled by the Directorate General of Naval Education or the Directorate of the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics;

VIII.- Perform the pedagogical training courses that the General Directorate of Naval Education and the Directorate of the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics implement;

IX.- Find the effective use of students in their field or practice, and

X.- The other applicable provisions for the exercise of their functions.

CHAPTER II. OF THE PUPILS

ARTICLE 13.- The entry to the Naval Aviation Mechanics School will be subject to the rules contained in the admission instruction.

ARTICLE 14.- Staff who have caused high in the Mexican Navy as students will sign a contract in accordance with Articles 59 and 65 of the Mexican Navy's Organic Law in the conditions and terms of the same, and therefore remain subject to the laws, regulations and naval and military provisions in force.

ARTICLE 15.- Upon entering the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics, the students will carry out a military naval base training course with a duration of three months in the Military Naval Naval School's facilities, as established by the General Plan of Naval Education, and will be sworn in at a solemn ceremony on February 24.

ARTICLE 16.- The student who has caused low academic insufficiency or to apply for it will not be able to re-enter the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics, unless he participates and approve the admission contest for the first year, complying with the rules laid down in the admission instruction.

ARTICLE 17.- For the purposes of organization, instruction, and discipline from entering the school, the students will be framed in brigades, chunks and ranches.

ARTICLE 18.- All students will be entitled to receive the weekly Student Recreational Pension (PRE) that establishes the authorized budget, in accordance with their hierarchy internal.

ARTICLE 19.- The students during their stay in the school will remain as internal as the Secretary of the Navy, through the Management of the School of Mechanics Naval Aviation, will provide them with food, clothing, books and other necessary elements for their training.

ARTICLE 20.- Pupils will leave francs on authorized days and schedules, provided they do not have to comply with a disciplinary corrective that deprives them of this right.

ARTICLE 21.- In the performance of your duties, students will have the following obligations:

I.- Meet the provisions that are related to the internal regime of the Naval Aviation Mechanics School;

II.- Know the hierarchical scale of the Mexican Armed Forces and the interior of the Alumni Corps, and must keep the higher ranks, subordinate or equal. because, as the fundamental basis of naval discipline;

III.- Observe good military and civil conduct, as well as fully comply with its classes, tasks, practices and activities entrusted by teachers and instructors, compliance with the study programmes;

IV.- Maintain in good condition the weaponry, correage, costumes, didactic material and equipment that have been ministered to them;

V.- Dress in uniform, in and out of school and may only wear civilian clothing when authorized by the Address;

VI.- Velar for the prestige of the school by demonstrating it with its acts of gentleness, composure, honor, patriotism and respect for laws and society;

VII.- Give part to their superiors of any mistreatment they receive;

VIII.- Request in writing before the School Address the permission to make use of holidays abroad;

IX.- Respect and safeguard the honor of families, both superiors and deputies;

X.- Avoid familiarities with class and seafaring personnel and must treat them with respect and consideration for both their families and their people;

XI.- Porting and using weaponry only for the performance of weapons services or when it is part of the uniform, and

XII.- The others that have the laws, regulations, and command available to you.

ARTICLE 22.- Students will enjoy holidays according to the calendar of academic activities.

ARTICLE 23.- The student who has been discharged by expulsion or who has applied for his discharge for not being in compliance with the policies of the command, for no reason may return to cause high in the active service of the Mexican Navy.

ARTICLE 24.- Students are strictly prohibited:

I.- Introducing, possessing, inhaling, applying or ingesting any type of psychotropic, drug or drink intoxicating, any contravention of this provision shall be made of knowledge of the Disciplinary Board;

II.- Attend or participate in political or religious acts and attend to the temples or places where religious ceremonies of any kind are held in uniform, as well as assist the prostitution or vice-centers, and

III.- Express dolosa and tendentiously either in word or in writing, about the acts of the service relating to its formation; any inconformity will make it known in writing to The Command of the Alumni Corps.

Students with a degree will not have familiarities with the other students or abuse their hierarchy; they will be responsible for maintaining discipline and monitoring compliance with them. higher orders and provisions.

CHAPTER III. OF THE FOREIGN NATIONALS

ARTICLE 25.- Foreign nationals are all military or civilian who, prior to their governments, enter the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics. to perform their studies on it.

ARTICLE 26.- During your stay at the Naval Aviation Mechanics School you will be uniformed and behave as students subject to the provisions governing these and the other disciplinary provisions in force, except as provided for in Article 14 of this Regulation.

ARTICLE 27.- Foreign nationals shall not be sworn in and within the internal regime may only be promoted to the hierarchy of aspirant second; likewise, shall not be a part of the Bandera escort or shall perform the sentinel position in the Bandage Room.

ARTICLE 28.- Six months before you finish your studies at the Naval Aviation Mechanics School, your governments must report in writing to the General Staff of the Navy, whether or not to pursue their professional practices in the Mexican Navy's units and establishments.

ARTICLE 29.- The Directorate General of Naval Education will report monthly to the General Staff of the Navy on the behavior and exploitation of the trainees. foreign.

ARTICLE 30.- Upon successful completion of their studies at the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics, they will be awarded the corresponding titles, certificates, diplomas and awards. they will only be entitled to the decorations awarded by Merito Deportivo, as well as Honorific Mention and citations.

ARTICLE 31.- When graduating from school or finishing their professional practices, as the case may be, the General Staff of the Navy will make them available to their respective governments.

CHAPTER IV. OF THE DISCIPLINE

ARTICLE 32.- For the purposes of this Regulation the discipline is the appreciation of self, the grooming, the good manners, the aversion to the vices, the punctuality in the service, the In obedience, the scrupulous respect for laws and regulations, the austere dignity in subordination and respect for human rights. The discipline is the fundamental basis of the operation and organization of the School of Mechanical Aviation Mechanics, so that the staff of students will have to subject their conduct to the observance of the laws, orders and hierarchies, as well as to the obedience and the high concept of honor, justice and ethics.

ARTICLE 33.- The faults to discipline committed by the staff of captains, officers, classes and marineria will be sanctioned according to the Law of Discipline of the Navy. Mexico and other applicable legal systems; if they constitute a crime, the alleged infringer shall be consigned to the competent authorities.

The offences committed by the staff of students will be sanctioned according to this Regulation; if they constitute a crime, the alleged infringer will be consigned to the competent authorities.

ARTICLE 34.- The faults in the discipline committed by the students will be considered as mild and serious:

I.- All violations of existing provisions committed by students who do not injure or compromise the prestige of the school and the Mexican Navy will be mild. they are neither cause of scandal or disorganization within or outside of the same and shall be sanctioned with admonition or arrest not exceeding four days francs, and

II.- They will be serious all those violations of the existing provisions committed by the students who injure or compromise the good name of the school and the Mexican Navy, are cause of scandal or disorganization inside or outside the school. The Disciplinary Board shall assess the seriousness of the infringement.

ARTICLE 35.- It is up to the Director to determine when a failure committed by a student can be serious and to communicate it to the Disciplinary Board.

ARTICLE 36.- They are academic faults of the staff of students, the failure to obtain an approval rating in one or more subjects in the examinations and examinations.

CHAPTER V. OF PENALTIES FOR PUPILS

ARTICLE 37.- The penalties applicable for disciplinary or academic misconduct to students are as follows:

I.- Amonstation, is the act by which the superior warns the subordinate the omission or defect in the performance of his duties, inviting him to correct himself; the admonition may to be spoken or written, and in any case within the discretion required by the discipline;

II.- Arrest, it is the loss of franchise with the permanence of the student in the facilities of the school for the time it is imposed, the one who will be graduated by the Commander of the Alumni Body for up to three days, by the Director for up to four days and by the Disciplinary Board for up to eight days francs;

III.- Loss of vacation, is the partial or total deprivation of the right that students have to enjoy this benefit at the end of each semester;

IV.- Suspension, is the temporary deprivation of the Class of Alumni hierarchy whatever the one that is in the moment that is sanctioned. The suspension shall be up to the pupil hierarchy and shall not exceed three months;

V.- Degradation, is the definitive deprivation of the Class of Alumni hierarchy whatever the one that holds at the time of being sanctioned. Degradation will be up to the pupil hierarchy, including the brigade change, and

VI.- Expulsion, is the definitive separation of the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics. The expelled students will cause a discharge from the Mexican Navy.

The penalties provided for in fractions III to the V of this article, when they come for disciplinary offences, shall be applied by the Disciplinary Board and when they proceed for reasons (a) the academic year shall be In the case of the penalty provided for in section VI, the provisions of Article 76, section III of this Regulation shall be observed.

ARTICLE 38.- The student who for disciplinary or academic misconduct does not enjoy franchising for one month shall be entitled to an extraordinary franchise.

The student will fulfill during each month only the number of arrests that have been made during that period. If you accumulate more arrests than you can during the month, the surplus will become part of a relationship that will be referred to as "unfulfilled arrests" which will be fulfilled during the holidays in accordance with the provisions of the command.

The arrests imposed on students during a semester will only be met during that semester, including the corresponding holiday, except for the arrests imposed by the students. The Council of Discipline or the School Board.

The student who during a semester has accumulated twenty days of arrest for disciplinary offences will appear before the Disciplinary Board.

ARTICLE 39.- They are faults that warrant suspension:

I.- Refrain from reporting any serious faults that are committed by your subordinates;

II.- As provided for in Article 66, fraction II of this Regulation, and

III.- Those to be determined by the Disciplinary Board.

ARTICLE 40.- They are causes that are sanctioned with degradation:

I.- Cometer for the second time a fault that warrants the suspension;

II.- Failure to meet the debts incurred as long as they affect the prestige of the school;

III.- Participate in games prohibited by law, and

IV.- Those provided for in Articles 66, fraction III, and 67 of this Regulation, and

V.- Other faults that for their severity merit this sanction in the judgment of the Disciplinary Board.

ARTICLE 41.- Suspended or degraded students must remain as the most novels within the group of students of their generation.

ARTICLE 42.- The Disciplinary Board, considering the constituent elements of the act, will recommend, if necessary, the removal from the following causes:

I.- Presenter the school or be surprised at any site in a drunken state or under the influence of drugs, checked with a medical certificate;

II.- Collapse vices that incapacitate you for the service, ruled by medical certificate;

III.- Having misconduct;

IV.- Exit without authorization from the school, ship, unit, or official enclosure where the Alumni Body is housed;

V.- False to moral in form that damages the dignity of the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics or the Mexican Navy;

VI.- Cometer behaviors contrary to Naval discipline;

VII.- Use anonymous of any kind;

VIII.- Maltreatment of new income students in fact;

IX.- Causing deliberate damage to the nation's movable and immovable property;

X.- The executed sentence that imposes the student a prison or other penalty that prevents him from fulfilling his obligations, and

XI.- Other faults that for their severity merit this sanction in the judgment of the Council of Discipline.

ARTICLE 43.- The disciplinary corrections and other penalties imposed on the students will work in the body files of the interested parties for the purposes of this Regulation and the shipbuilding legislation.

CHAPTER VI. OF THE STIMULI, REWARDS AND REWARDS

ARTICLE 44.- The Naval Aviation Mechanics School will award incentives, prizes and rewards to staff of students who have excelled in their academic, military, and career paths. sports and by their spirit of body.

ARTICLE 45.- In order to stimulate the academic use of students who obtain during the recognition of nine points or greater in all subjects belong to the "Distinguished Alumni Group", in the table that for the effect will be placed by the Subdirection in a visible place.

ARTICLE 46.- Pupils belonging to the "Distinguished Alumni Group" will receive double "PRE" during the time they appear in that group, when so permitted by the budget.

ARTICLE 47.- Students belonging to the "Distinguished Alumni Group" will be entitled for the following month to leave francs from Saturday after the time when finish the last activity, until the zero five hundred hours of the day Monday; they will be relieved during that month of the guards of Saturdays and Sundays.

ARTICLE 48.- The students who, at the discretion of the Directorate and on the proposal of the Commander of the Student Corps, have good academic and good use. civil and military conduct, will be promoted to the immediate degree, according to the organic plant of the Alumni Corps.

ARTICLE 49.- Within the internal organization of the school, students may be able to hold the following class hierarchies:

I.- First alumni;

II.- Pupils;

III.- Applicant second, and

IV.- First aspirant, which will invariably belong to the last school year.

ARTICLE 50.- At the end of the school year according to the current curriculum, prizes will be awarded to students who have obtained the highest final grades of eight years. points or more in all matters. When students earn the same score, the Teaching Council will decide, on merit, who these awards correspond to.

Students who obtain first prizes must use for each first prize a straight angle of gallon of gold thread of twelve millimeters wide, whose sides will be sixty millimeters of length, placed in the left arm with the bisector following the longitudinal direction of the arm, the apex up and so that it is equal to the elbow and shoulder.

ARTICLE 51.- Students who are awarded prizes will be given the corresponding diploma and gift during the graduation ceremony.

ARTICLE 52.- Students will be able to become creditors to the rewards set forth in the Mexican Navy Rewards Act.

ARTICLE 53.- The student who has obtained the first prize during the three years of the first prize will have the right to be granted an Honorific Mention and those who have obtained combined the first and second prizes or only second prizes in the three years of studies will be entitled to a citation.

ARTICLE 54.- The student who has accumulated the highest sports score during the three years of stay in the school will be entitled to the Condecoration to the Naval Sports Merit Second Class and the student who in national competitions breaks the national record, is part of a national team in international competitions representing the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics and gets some prize will be awarded to The Decoration to the Naval Sports Merit of First Class, same as will deliver at the graduation ceremony.

TITLE FIFTH. TEACHING AND ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT

CHAPTER I. GENERALATIONS

ARTICLE 55.- The teaching at the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics will be based on the plans and study programs approved by the competent authority and will comprise the Theoretical, practical and maritime culture knowledge necessary for the exercise and development of the officer in the maintenance and conservation of the air material of the Mexican Navy.

ARTICLE 56.- The study plans will contain the subjects and thematic contents that guarantee the professional profile and the bases for the specialties provided by the Plan General of Naval Education. Its execution shall be carried out in accordance with the approved study organization and programs, which may not be modified, except for the proposal of the Teaching Council, with the approval of the General Directorate of Naval Education and authorization of the High Command.

CHAPTER II. OF THE EXAMINATIONS, EXAMINATIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS

ARTICLE 57.- The students during their stay in the school are subject to a systematic and continuous evaluation, through which the degree of progress of the process will be determined teaching-learning with the application of:

I.- Acknowledges, which are the partial tests applied on each subject, and

II.- Examinations, which are the tests applied to assess their knowledge in a subject at the end of each semester and will be ordinary, extraordinary and in the form of sufficiency.

ARTICLE 58.- For each theoretical or practical matter, periodic surveys shall be applied, according to the total number of hours of the semester.

ARTICLE 59.- Students will have the right to present exams as follows:

I.- Ordinaries in all those subjects in which they obtain an average approval rating;

II.- Extraordinary when retesting ordinary exams or have not obtained an average approval rating, and

III.- A sufficient degree of sufficiency will be presented by the students when they review an extraordinary exam.

ARTICLE 60.- To measure the scope of the teaching-learning process the following qualifications will be established:

I.- Partial, is the one that is obtained as a result in each recognition;

II.- Average, is the arithmetic mean of the acknowledgements, obtained in each subject during the same semester, and

III.- Final, is the one obtained in the ordinary, extraordinary or in-degree tests in each subject in the semester.

In all cases the minimum approval rating for students will be six on the scale of 1 to 10 points.

ARTICLE 61.- The examinations and examinations will have the effects and penalties that this Regulation points to them and will be carried out in the official campus of the school or where the command. The first will be practiced by the professor of matter and the second by the professor of matter and synodal.

The procedures manuals shall establish the details of the examinations, examinations, qualifications and evaluation of the practical subjects.

ARTICLE 62.- If a student is surprised in recognition or examination using means not allowed to resolve it, the minimum qualification and an arrest will be imposed.

ARTICLE 63.- When, due to illness or cause of force majeure, any student has not been able to present any recognition or examination, he may present it on the date that the student has School address.

ARTICLE 64.- The students at the successful completion of their studies will graduate in a solemn ceremony ascending to the hierarchy that corresponds to them as interns and continue under the academic control of the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics, as long as their internship lasts.

CHAPTER III. OF ACADEMIC SANCTIONS FOR RETESTED PUPILS

ARTICLE 65.- Any reprobative qualification in a recognition by a student in any matter will be sanctioned with a Sunday of arrest for each theoretical subject retested and with Sunday's arrest for every proven practical matter, plus an extraordinary mandatory study during the next month when it comes to theoretical subjects.

ARTICLE 66.- Students who during any month of a school semester review two or more subjects will belong to the Unapplied Group for the month following and will be creditors to the following sanctions:

I.- Amonstation on the first occasion;

II.- Suspension on the second occasion, and

III.- Degradation on the third occasion.

ARTICLE 67.- Students who at the end of a semester do not reach an average approval rating in some subject matter and those retested in the ordinary exams will lose The right to leave by staying at school until you present the extraordinary examinations and, if appropriate, will be downgraded. In the event of passing the extraordinary exams you will be able to enjoy the remaining holiday days.

Students who have been tested for extraordinary exams will continue to be able to enjoy a holiday without taking a holiday to present a proficiency test. the missing days for them to finish.

ARTICLE 68.- Pupils will cause low academic insufficiency in the following cases:

I.- Get reprobative average rating on four subjects;

II.- Get reprobate qualification in four ordinary exams;

III.- Get combined reprobative average rating and retest ordinary exam, in four subjects;

IV.- Re-test three extraordinary exams, and

V.- Re-test a proficiency test.

CHAPTER IV. PRACTICE TRIPS

ARTICLE 69.- The plans and programs of the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics, for their execution, will consider as part of the teaching of the students the application practice of knowledge acquired in classrooms, in units, in naval establishments and, where appropriate, other institutions.

ARTICLE 70.- When in the educational process real physical scenarios are required for the significant or total part of a teaching period, these scenarios will be called Travel practices. During the development of these trips, the management and teaching staff of the Naval Aviation Mechanics School will be responsible to the school management for the objectives set.

TITLE SIXTH. OF THE COLLEGIATE BODIES

TIPS CHAPTER I.

ARTICLE 71.- The advice of the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics are internal collegiate bodies that function as mechanisms of participation at the highest level of the The school will be the following:

I.- Docent Council;

II.- Discipline Council, and

III.- Ordinary Honor Council.

ARTICLE 72.- The Teaching Council has as its mission to know and recommend on matters related to the academic training of students who are subject to their consideration, in accordance with this Regulation, and consisting of:

I.- The Director as President;

II.- The Subdirector as First Vocal;

III.- The Commander of the Alumni Body as a Second Vocal;

IV.- The corresponding Heads of Academic Areas as Third and Fourth Vocals. The most novel will serve as Secretary of Acts, and

V.- Technical advisors who will be the teachers of the subjects that are the subject of analysis or those considered necessary for the advisory function.

It will be convened by the Director or at the request of any Vocal.

ARTICLE 73.- These are the powers of the Council Teacher:

I.- Evaluate plans, study programmes and teaching methods, propose modifications and approve the usefulness of texts, publications and teaching material for teaching staff of students;

II.- Evaluate the performance of teaching staff and students by proposing incentives, prizes and rewards, in accordance with current legislation;

III.- Evaluate the performance of staff positions that have performed teaching or managerial roles at the school, and

IV.- Study and review cases of academic nature not provided for in this Regulation.

The Teaching Board shall meet at the end of each semester for the purposes of this Article, with the corresponding act to be signed by those in it. intervened and forwarded to the Directorate-General for Naval Education.

ARTICLE 74.- The Disciplinary Board has the task of knowing and sanctioning serious misconduct by the staff of students, as well as studying and analyzing the proposals made by management and teaching staff for the improvement of the discipline and is integrated by:

I.- The Subdirector as President;

II.- The Commander of the Alumni Corps as First Vocal;

III.- The Commander of the Brigade to which the pupil belongs as a Second Vocal, and

IV.- The oldest Trozo Commanders in the Brigade to which the student belongs as Third and Fourth Vocals. The Most Novel Vocal will serve as Secretary of Acts.

It will be convened by the Director at the proposal of the Commander of the Alumni Corps, managerial staff or members of the same Council. When the Disciplinary Council meets to study and analyze the proposals for the improvement of the discipline, the second, third and fourth vowers will be the oldest Commanders of Brigade or Trozo.

ARTICLE 75.- The temporary absences of the President of the Disciplinary Board will be replaced by the First Vocal, the absences of the other members will be replaced by the one who appoint the Director of the staff of captains and commissioned officers at the school.

ARTICLE 76.- They are the faculties of the Disciplinary Council:

I.- Judging serious misconduct by pupils by ruling whether the defendant is guilty or innocent;

II.- Apply the following penalties, depending on the severity of the fault;

A.- Arrest for up to eight Sundays francs;

B.- Total or partial holiday loss;

C.- Suspension for up to three months, and

D.- Degradation.

III.- Recommend to High Command via the corresponding command the discharge discharge, and

IV.- To study the projects and proposals made by the managerial or teaching staff for the improvement of the discipline.

The penalties provided for in section II of this Article shall apply at the end of the relevant hearing and shall be communicated by the particular order of the school.

ARTICLE 77.- The appearance of the students to be presented to the Disciplinary Board shall be communicated by the President by trade to the defendant, to the officer who will carry the voice of the charge that will belong to the Alumni Body and to the members of the Council, indicating motive or cause, date, time and place in which the hearing will be held.

The Disciplinary Board in communicating to the student the obligation to appear before the student, will let him know the right he has to appoint his defender and must be an officer of the respondents in the Alumni Corps, but in no case will it be higher than any of the members of the Council, in addition it will tell you that if you do not do so, you will be designated one by the President.

ARTICLE 78.- The Disciplinary Board will not be able to judge two or more students in the same hearing.

ARTICLE 79.- The Disciplinary Board will be in public hearing, but the lower-ranking personal audience cannot be seen by the defendant.

ARTICLE 80.- The procedure for the development of the Disciplinary Board will be according to the provisions of the Rules of the Board of Admirals, Councils of Higher Honor and Ordinary.

ARTICLE 81.- At the end of the hearing, the corresponding record will be lifted by signing the members of the Disciplinary Council, the defendant, the official and the official. that brought the accusing voice. Witnesses and experts, if any, shall do so on the margins of their declarations.

ARTICLE 82.- During the performance of an operations order, the students who are due to appear before the Disciplinary Board will be informed of their absence and will be judged upon their arrival. the School of Naval Aviation Mechanics.

ARTICLE 83.- The Council of Ordinary Honor has as its mission to judge the serious faults committed by the staff of officers, classes and marineria commissioners at the school, their organisation and operation shall be governed by the relevant Regulation.

CHAPTER II. FROM THE ACADEMIC BOARD

ARTICLE 84.- The Academic Board has the task of analyzing the study plans, texts and teaching methods to submit them to the consideration of the Teaching Council and propose the modifications that are estimated to be convenient and integrated by:

I.- The Subdirector as President;

II.- The Commander of the Alumni Corps as First Vocal;

III.- The corresponding Heads of Academic Areas as Second, Third and Fourth Vocals. The most novel will serve as Secretary of Acts, and

IV.- Technical advisors who will be the teachers needed for the advisory function.

It will be called by the Subdirector or at the request of any Vocal when it sees fit.

ARTICLE 85.- The Academic Board will meet monthly in order to evaluate the development of the courses, the difficulties presented and the solution proposals, as well as meet at the end of each semester to review the programmes of the subjects to be taught in the following school period, with the corresponding act to be signed by those who have intervened and forwarded to the Directorate General of Naval Education, through the School Directorate.

TRANSIENT

ARTICLE FIRST.- This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation.

ARTICLE SECOND.- All provisions that are opposed to this Regulation are repealed.

Given at the Federal Executive Branch, in Mexico City, Federal District, two days in the month of November of a thousand nine hundred and ninety-eight.- Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León.-Heading.-The Secretary of the Navy, José Ramón Lorenzo Franco.-Heading.