Rules Of Procedure Of The Military School Of Health Classes

Original Language Title: Reglamento de la Escuela Militar de Clases de Sanidad

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REGULATION OF THE

MILITARY SCHOOL OF HEALTH CLASSES REGULATION

Published in the DOF on April 2, 2001

Latest reform published in DOF 16 August 2004

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

VICENTE FOX QUESADA, President of the United Mexican States, in use of the power conferred on me by part I of article 89 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States and based on Articles 3o., 17, 122, 123 and 124 of the Mexican Army and Air Force Organic Law, and 29 of the Organic Law of the Federal Public Administration, I have had issue the following:

DECREE

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ARTICLE SECOND.- The Health Classes Military School Regulation is issued to remain as follows:

MILITARY SCHOOL OF HEALTH CLASSES REGULATION

TITLE FIRST

GENERAL PROVISIONS

ONLY CHAPTER

ARTICLE 1o.- The Military School of Health Classes is a military education establishment that has the task of training Sargents of Health and Specialist assistants to perform in the different steps of the Health Service in the Mexican Army and Air Force for the medical care of the military personnel and their successors.

ARTICLE 2o.- The Military School of Health Classes depends on the High Command of the Army and Air Force through the Directorate General of Military Education and Rectory of the Army and Air Force University.

ARTICLE 3o.- The Military School of Health Classes has the following objectives:

I. Form Health Sargents and Specialist Assistants in the various paramedical branches according to the needs of the service;

II. Train staff to develop with skills procedures that help maintain and recover the health of the military and its right-holders;

III. Encourage students to have a broad sense of responsibility, righteousness and moral integrity;

IV. Inculcate solid ethical and moral foundations, as well as respect for human dignity;

V. To encourage in the personal love of the fatherland, loyalty to the institutions and inculcate the military virtues, and

VI. Physically prepare students ' staff.

ARTICLE 4.- To meet the objectives of the team, the following courses are taught:

I. Course on training and regularisation of First Sargents of Health;

II. Training and regularisation course of Sergeant First Assistant Specialists;

III. Course on training and regularisation of Sergeant Seconds of Health, and

IV. Training and regularisation course of Sargentos Second Specialist Assistant.

TITLE SECOND

ORGANIZATION

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ARTICLE 5o.- The Military School of Health Classes is constituted in accordance with the organic plant, with its integration subject to the availability of budget resources.

ARTICLE 6o.- For operation the Military School of Health Classes is integrated with the following organs:

I. Address:

A. Director, and

B. Particular Secretary.

II. Sub-direction:

A. Deputy Director, and

B. Special Secretariat.

III. Body of Alumni:

A. Commander;

B. Second Commander, and

C. Alumni Companies.

IV. Pedagogical Section:

A. Head;

B. Subsection of Plans and Programs;

C. Psychopedagogical Subsection, and

D. Computer Subsection.

V. Academic Section:

A. Head;

B. Academic Control Subsection;

C. Subsection of Training and regularization courses for Health Sargents;

D. Subsection of Training and regularisation Courses of Master's Assistant Sargents;

E. Cultural Diffusion Subsection;

F. Subsection of Physical Education and Sports, and

G. Subsection of Didactic Support.

VI. General Help:

A. Assistant General;

B. Sub-aid, and

C. Technical Services.

VII. Administrative Section:

A. Head;

B. Personal Subsection;

C. Sub-section of Materials Resources;

D. Accounting Subsection, and

E. Processing, File, and Correspondence Subsection.

ARTICLE 7o.-In addition to the organs mentioned in the previous article, the Military School of Health will have a Technical Advisory Board.

TITLE THIRD

FUNTIONS

CHAPTER I

OF THE ADDRESS

ARTICLE 8.- The Directorate is the governing body of the Military School of Health Classes, in charge of a Colonel or Lieutenant Colonel of the Service Health, appointed by the High Command of the Army and Air Force, to whom it is called Director; same, it must also meet any of the following requirements:

I. Have academic experience, or

II. Have teacher experience.

ARTICLE 9o.- The Director of the Military School of Health Classes has the responsibilities and responsibilities corresponding to a Commander of Body of Troop, in accordance with the provisions of the military laws and regulations and in addition the following:

I. Represent the Military School of Health Classes;

II. Present to the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force, plans and programs of study of the courses, draft school calendar and program of practices and visits to civilian installations and military;

III. Enforce the directives set out in the General Plan of Military Education;

IV. Monitor the teaching-learning process in the team;

V. Manage the human, economic and material resources made available to you;

VI. Sign the official documentation that is generated by the completion of the courses;

VII. To direct the pedagogical, academic and administrative performance of the courses taught in the staff;

VIII. Convene the Technical Advisory Board;

IX. Enforce the directives determined by the High Command and the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force regarding courses that are taught;

X. Attend work meetings ordered by the Military Education and Rectory Directorate General of the Army and Air Force University;

XI. Convene work meetings with the coordinators of the different steps of the Health Service where the courses are held;

XII. To confer the positions of the academic, teaching staff, the Alumni Corps and the school floor; except those designated by the High Command;

XIII. Permanently monitor the welfare of staff of the staff, proposing the development of activities to raise their morale;

XIV. Propose to the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force the reforms to the Manual of Organization and Operation of the Staff;

XV. To continuously disseminate the content of this Regulation among the staff members of the staff, monitoring their compliance;

XVI. Propose to the staff of the staff to be awarded to prizes and rewards;

XVII. Propose and review the high, low, and staff changes of the staff;

XVIII. Perform assessment of the capabilities and functioning of the team's organs, establishing measures to improve their performance;

XIX. Present to the Military Education and Rectory Directorate General of the Army and Air Force an activity report at the end of each course;

XX. Propose to the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force the draft budget of its competence;

XXI. Plan and propose cultural, academic and pedagogical exchange with other related institutions;

XXII. Propose to the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force the creation of other courses, and

XXIII. Those assigned to him by the Secretary of National Defense.

CHAPTER II

OF THE SUBADDRESS

ARTICLE 10.- The Subdirection of the Military School of Health Classes is a management organ of the staff member in charge of a Lieutenant Colonel or Major of the Health Service, appointed by the High Command of the Army and Air Force, who is referred to as the Deputy Director, who in addition must meet any of the following requirements:

I. Have teacher experience, or

II. Have academic experience.

ARTICLE 11.- The Deputy Director of the Military School of Health Classes has the responsibilities and responsibilities corresponding to a Second Commander of Troop Corps, in accordance with the provisions of the military laws and regulations, as well as the following:

I. Supplement the temporary absences of the Director of the staff in the performance of his/her duties;

II. Perform as Head of Team Studies;

III. Coordinate and monitor the development and updating of the curricula and curricula of the relevant courses;

IV. Review the reports that are provided by the Health Service steps in relation to the staff of students who are performing a course;

V. To develop, coordinate and participate in the programme of supervision of academic and pedagogical activities of staff conducting courses in steps of the Health Service;

VI. Coordinate the pedagogical and academic development of the courses taught in the school;

VII. Monitor compliance with study plans and programs;

VIII. Propose academic and scientific events;

IX. Coordinate and propose teaching activities that promote the knowledge of the Military Doctrine, through the military subjects that are taught in the courses;

X. Chair the Technical Advisory Board;

XI. To coordinate the preparation and to submit to the Director the draft of the school calendar, as well as the programs of study, practices and visits to civilian and military installations;

XII. Propose to the teaching staff as holder and deputy;

XIII. Coordinate and monitor the development and permanent updating of the Organization and Operation Manual of the staff, recommending the necessary changes;

XIV. Coordinate and certify the development of the documentation that is generated in the course of pedagogical, academic and graduation activities;

XV. Propose to the members of the jury for the application of the examinations to the staff of students;

XVI. Supervise training and educational refresher programs and courses for teaching staff;

XVII. Propose to the Director of the team the charges and commissions that will be performed by the academic, teaching and plant staff;

XVIII. Coordinate the planning of the teaching-learning process with those responsible for carrying out the courses at the different steps of the Health Service, and

XIX. Those assigned to him by the Secretary of National Defense.

CHAPTER III

OF THE PUPILS ' BODY

ARTICLE 12.- The Student Body of the Military School of Health Classes is in charge of a Major or Captain First of Arma, who is named Commander of the Alumni Corps.

ARTICLE 13.- The Commander of the Alumni Corps has the following attributions and responsibilities:

I. Exercise military command in the Alumni Corps of the team;

II. Fill in the temporary absences of the Subdirector of the Plantation in the exercise of their duties;

III. Maintain the discipline and presentation of the staff of the Alumni Corps;

IV. Contribute to the comprehensive education of students in the military, intellectual, moral and physical aspects;

V. Apply the closed order military instruction program;

VI. In coordination with the General Adjutant, develop and implement the plan of defense and contingency of the staff;

VII. Supervise and direct the military exercises of application of the staff of students;

VIII. Organize the students ' companies;

IX. Monitor the payment of students ' assets;

X. Statistically control the disciplinary correctives imposed on the students;

XI. Monitor and monitor the performance of the weapons, economic and special services performed by the staff of students;

XII. Draw up the various reports of his/her competence to be ordered by the Director of the staff;

XIII. Coordinate the activities of the Alumni Corps with that of the other organs of the staff;

XIV. Supervise the staff of officer of students regarding the roles and responsibilities they develop in the Alumni Corps, and

XV. Those assigned to him by the Director of the team.

CHAPTER IV

FROM THE PEDAGOGICAL SECTION

ARTICLE 14.- The Pedagogical Section is the educational planning and evaluation body of the Military School of Health Classes, in charge of a Captain of the Health Service who is called the Head of the Pedagogical Section.

ARTICLE 15.- The Head of the Pedagogical Section of the Military School of Health Classes has the following responsibilities and responsibilities:

I. Plan, coordinate and supervise the pedagogical activities of the staff;

II. Develop the project of the school calendar of the school and the time distributions for the courses;

III. Propose the program of psychopedagogical activities;

IV. Formulate, review and update the plans and programs of study of the staff;

V. Develop programmes of practices and visits to civilian and military installations;

VI. Integrate the different pedagogical groups for the teaching of classes;

VII. Select and specify teaching methods and techniques to be applied in the team;

VIII. Evaluate the results of the teaching-learning process and propose measures to raise the academic and pedagogical performance of the staff;

IX. Review the assessment tools before their implementation;

X. Propose training programs and pedagogical updating of teaching staff and direct their execution;

XI. Develop guidance and pedagogical support programmes for students;

XII. Control the pedagogical file of the team;

XIII. In coordination with the Commander of the Alumni Corps, we plan and supervise the realization of cultural and social events involving the staff of students inside and outside the team;

XIV. Propose to the Director of the team the bibliography according to scientific and technological advancement in accordance with the plans and programs of study;

XV. Prepare documentation for the term of each course;

XVI. Propose the designation of teachers and instructors;

XVII. Coordinate and review the formulation of the different examinations and monitor their implementation;

XVIII. Formulate the reports of their competence that are ordered by the Director of the team;

XIX. Coordinate their activities with the other organs of the staff, and

XX. Those assigned to him by the Director of the team.

CHAPTER V

OF THE ACADEMIC SECTION

ARTICLE 16.- The Academic Section is the organ of execution and control of the plans and programs of study of the courses that are taught in the Military School of Health Classes, by a Health Service Captain who is referred to as the Head of the Academic Section.

ARTICLE 17.- The Head of the Academic Section has the following responsibilities and responsibilities:

I. Coordinate and monitor the development of the curricula and curricula of the staff;

II. Control and monitor programming progress;

III. Coordinate and control the teaching staff of the staff;

IV. Coordinate and monitor the performance of teacher and student staff activities;

V. Coordinate and monitor the development of internship programs and visits to civilian and military facilities;

VI. Monitor the implementation of the assessment instruments;

VII. Keep track record and count of academic attendance faults;

VIII. Supervise the discipline of teaching staff and students during academic activities;

IX. Propose the positions and commissions of the staff of the staff;

X. Control the reception, process and disclosure of qualifications;

XI. Design, produce, control and maintain the teaching material needed for teaching-learning in the school;

XII. Control the academic archive of the staff;

XIII. In coordination with the Command of the Alumni Corps, plan and supervise the realization of cultural and social activities involving the staff of students inside and outside the staff;

XIV. Formulate the reports of his/her competence to be ordered by the Director of the staff;

XV. To concentrate, consolidate and control the reports of the activities of the students in the various steps of the Health Service and to prepare the joint report;

XVI. Maintain ongoing communication with the heads of the Department of Education and Research and teachers on the steps of the Health Service where students are taking part;

XVII. Coordinate their activities with the other organs of the staff, and

XVIII. Those assigned to him by the Director of the team.

CHAPTER VI

OF THE GENERAL HELP

ARTICLE 18.- The General Assistant of the Military School of Health Classes is the body responsible for meeting the needs of internal life of the team, is in charge of a Captain of Arma, who is called Adjutant General.

ARTICLE 19.- The Adjutant General of the Military School of Health Classes has the following responsibilities and responsibilities:

I. The corresponding to an Adjutant and a Head of Instruction of a Troop Body, with respect to the staff of the school floor.

II. Monitor compliance with the orders issued by the Director in respect of the services, the internal regime and the security of the staff;

III. Appoint and supervise the services performed by the staff of heads, officers and troops of the plant;

IV. Control the vehicles of charge in the staff, as well as coordinate and supervise their maintenance;

V. Develop and implement the defence plan and those that are necessary for the security of the staff;

VI. Participate in the elaboration of the annual draft budget of the staff;

VII. Serve as the real estate controller;

VIII. Control the deposit of weapons, ammunition, clothing and equipment;

IX. Monitor the maintenance and repair of the facility facilities;

X. Coordinate their activities with the other organs of the staff;

XI. Develop and monitor the implementation of the training programmes of staff belonging to the school plant;

XII. Coordinate and supervise that the plant's new entry staff perform the Individual Basic Training Course;

XIII. Participate in the selection of aspirants to cause high in the plant;

XIV. Carry out the teaching activities ordered by the Director of the staff;

XV. Coordinate and control the implementation of the staff holiday role of the plant, in accordance with the directives issued by the Director in particular;

XVI. Maintain the record of disciplinary corrective measures imposed on plant personnel;

XVII. Monitor the development of the daily or periodic documentation of the General Assistant, and

XVIII. Those assigned to him by the Director of the team.

CHAPTER VII

OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE SECTION

ARTICLE 20.- The Administrative Section of the Military School of Health Classes is the administrative support organ of the team, is in charge of a Health Service Captain who is referred to as the Head of the Administrative Section.

ARTICLE 21.- The Head of the Administrative Section of the Military School of Health Classes has the responsibilities and responsibilities following:

I. Develop and process the documentation generated by the personnel movements belonging to the staff and keep the records of the team complete and up to date;

II. Serve as a furniture controller;

III. Develop and process the accounting documentation of the staff;

IV. Coordinate and monitor the receipt, sorting, recording, distribution, and archiving of the documentation;

V. Draw up the monthly administrative inspection review list and the supplementary documentation;

VI. Control the overall file of the team;

VII. Prepare and process documentation related to the affiliation of the Social Security Law for the Mexican Armed Forces;

VIII. Prepare the draft annual budget of the staff;

IX. Formulate force states and ration ballots;

X. Develop and process certificates of conduct, performance sheets and memorial services of staff of the staff;

XI. Formulate the reports of his/her competence to be ordered by the Director of the staff;

XII. Coordinate their activities with the other organs of the staff;

XIII. To process requests for the ministry of staff for staff belonging to the staff;

XIV. Track the procedures that are developed in the section, and

XV. Those assigned to him by the Director of the team.

CHAPTER VIII

OF THE TECHNICAL-ADVISORY BOARD

ARTICLE 22.- The Technical-Consultative Board of the Military School of Health Classes is the collegiate body that advises the Director on pedagogical and academic.

ARTICLE 23.- The Technical-Consultative Board of the Military School of Health Classes is integrated as follows:

I. President:

Deputy Director of the Plantel.

II. Vowels:

A. First Vocal, Head of the Pedagogical Section;

B. Second Vocal, Head of Academic Section;

C. Third Vocal, Commander of the Alumni Corps, and

D. Fourth Vocal, General Assistant.

III. The secretary will be the least-hierarchy vowel and seniority.

ARTICLE 24.- The Technical Advisory Board has the following responsibilities and responsibilities:

I. Analyze and propose solutions to problems of a pedagogical and academic nature that arise in the team;

II. Analyze the plans and programs of study of the staff, recommending their updating to respond to the professional profile of required egress;

III. Evaluate the updating of the academic and teaching staff of the staff;

IV. Analyze the results of the pedagogical evaluation, to improve the level of the teaching-learning process;

V. Propose to senior management, teacher and student staff to be awarded any prize or reward, and

VI. Those in pedagogical and academic matters will be assigned by the Director of the team.

ARTICLE 25.- In special cases, the Technical Advisory Board may use other sources of advice.

ARTICLE 26.- The members of the Technical Advisory Board shall be replaced in their absence by a section chief of the appropriate section or by the Second Commander of the Alumni Corps.

TITLE FOURTH

OF THE PERSONAL

ONLY CHAPTER

ARTICLE 27.- Staff at the Military School of Health Classes are classified as follows:

I. Manager:

A. Director, and

B. Deputy Director.

II. Academic:

A. Heads of the Pedagogical And Academic sections, and

B. Heads of subsection of the Pedagogical And Academic Sections.

III. Teacher:

A. Teachers, and

B. Instructors.

IV. From the Alumni Corps:

A. Commander;

B. Second Commander;

C. Alumni Officers, and

D. Students.

V. Administrative:

A. Assistant General;

B. Head of the Administrative Section, and

C. Heads of the subsections of the Administrative Section.

VI. From the Plant, it is constituted by the staff of the technical, administrative and general services and all that not included in the previous classification.

ARTICLE 28.- The management and academic staff of the Military School of Health Classes have the responsibilities and responsibilities established in military legislation, in this Regulation and applicable provisions issued by the Secretary of National Defense.

ARTICLE 29.- The teaching staff is responsible for the development of the teaching-learning process, has the responsibilities and responsibilities that establish military laws and regulations for their hierarchy, those prescribed in this Regulation and the applicable provisions issued by the Secretary of National Defense. This staff can be a teacher or instructor.

ARTICLE 30.- It is a teacher of the military or civil personnel who is in charge of them with the character of a holder or a deputy, or teaching or knowledge transmission, after accreditation of the professional title which guarantees the mastery of the subjects to be taught.

ARTICLE 31.- Instructor the military or civilian personnel to whom the imparting of matters that only require skill, expertise or skills and who are previously accredited to the Academic Section of the School or Department of Education of the steps of the Health Service where courses are held, the knowledge of the subject matter to be taught

ARTICLE 32.- Honorary teachers and instructors are those who impart knowledge or practices and receive no financial remuneration for this fact.

ARTICLE 33.- The Commander of the Alumni Corps, Second Commander of the Alumni Corps and the students ' officers, have the privileges and responsibilities that establish military laws and regulations for their hierarchy and office, as prescribed in this Regulation and applicable provisions issued by the Secretary of National Defense.

ARTICLE 34.- Staff who are appointed to conduct studies at the Military School of Health Classes receive the denomination of the student.

ARTICLE 35.- The staff of the students are appointed as external and carry out their studies in the step of the Health Service. effect orders the Secretary of National Defense.

ARTICLE 36.- The staff of students of the Military School of Health Classes are governed during their stay by the provisions of the Organic Law of the Mexican Army and Air Force in the applicable parts and this Regulation, being subject to the war jurisdiction that includes faults and crimes against military discipline.

ARTICLE 37.- The military of the Mexican Navy entering the Military School of Health Classes will do so as grantees and shall govern during their stay by this Regulation, applicable laws and the provisions issued by the Secretary of National Defense.

ARTICLE 38.- The staff of students in addition to what is established in the current military legislation and applicable provisions issued by the High Command, has the following obligations:

I. Attend the activities that point to the respective time distribution;

II. Abide by the academic provisions established by the Director of the staff;

III. Participate in the official activities scheduled and ordered by the Director of the staff;

IV. Perform the services and commissions inherent in your hierarchy; and

V. To know and observe the content of this Regulation in the relevant parts.

ARTICLE 39.- The staff of the students of the Military School of Health Classes, which runs a course lasting one year or more, is a member of the seniority that is designated with the year of start and end of the respective course and the one that runs a course with duration of less than one year integrates a step that is designated with the progressive number and the year of start.

ARTICLE 40.- The administrative and plant staff of the Military School of Health Classes have the responsibilities and responsibilities established in the current military legislation, in this Regulation and applicable provisions to be issued by the Director of the staff.

TITLE FIFTH

ADMISSION AND THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS

CHAPTER I

ADMISSION

ARTICLE 41.- The activities of admission to the Military School of Health Classes are carried out on the basis of the corresponding call.

ARTICLE 42.- It is the faculty of the High Command to authorize the entry of the Military School of Health Classes to personnel of the Mexican Navy at the request of The Secretary of the Navy, his stay in the team is exclusively to carry out the studies and obtain the corresponding accreditation.

CHAPTER II

THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS

ARTICLE 43.- The training of students in the Military School of Health Classes is done through the teaching-learning process in its three phases: planning, execution and evaluation.

ARTICLE 44.- The planning of the teaching-learning process is carried out according to the General Plan of Military Education and the General Calendar School.

ARTICLE 45.- Teaching planning is the set of actions that enable the structure, design and sequence of the process to be established teaching-learning in order to organize, systematize, direct, evaluate and, if necessary, rectify it in order to achieve the objectives prescribed in the plans and programs of the staff.

ARTICLE 46.- The execution of the teaching aims to develop the content of the plans and programs of study through the interaction of teaching staff and students.

ARTICLE 47.- The objective of the academic evaluation is to verify the level of utilization of the staff of students in the process teaching-learning, as well as the efficiency of teaching staff and curricula and curricula.

ARTICLE 48.- The evaluation of the student staff is done as follows:

I. Assessment of knowledge and skills acquired through participation in class and performance in exercises and practical work, and

II. Application of various examinations.

ARTICLE 49.- The examinations that apply at the Military School of Health Classes are:

I. Partial, those that apply to the staff of students to check their degree of use in one or more parts of the program of study of any subject.

II. Final, those that apply to the staff of students at the end of each subject and cover the entire program of a subject, and

III. Extraordinary, those that apply to the staff of students for retesting a final examination of any subject or three partial exams of the same subject.

ARTICLE 50.- The examinations mentioned in the previous article may be:

I. Written;

II. Practical, or

III. A combination of the above.

ARTICLE 51.- To qualify all exams the numerical scale from zero to ten points is used; being the minimum approval rating of 6.0 points.

ARTICLE 52.- The final rating of each subject is integrated as follows:

I. The average of the partial evaluations shall be 60%, except in cases where the content of the programme of the subject only requires a final examination;

II. The result of the final examination shall be 40% of the rating, and

III. In those cases which because the content of the program of the subject only requires the application of a final examination its equivalent will be 100% of the qualification

ARTICLE 53.- The qualification obtained in an extraordinary examination shall be settled in the record of qualifications with the annotation " OBTAINED UNDER EXAMINATION EXTRAORDINARY ", statistically excluding the student to obtain any academic award.

ARTICLE 54.- Staff of students using non-legal means to resolve an exam will be suspended from the exam and qualified with zero.

ARTICLE 55.- Juries shall be composed of three proprietary members and one alternate from among the staff of the service step plant Health care where the courses are held and the other to be determined by the National Defense Secretariat, to apply and evaluate the different types of examinations mentioned in this Regulation.

TITLE SIXTH

OF FAULTS, CASUALTIES, AND REVENUE

CHAPTER I

OF ACADEMIC ATTENDANCE FAILURES

ARTICLE 56.- The absence of academic attendance is the absence of staff from students to any academic, theoretical or practical activity. be:

I. Justified, where they are due to service commissions, health reasons, legal reasons and those which the Director considers to be such as such, and

II. Unjustified, where they are not included in the preceding paragraph.

ARTICLE 57.- Academic attendance failures will be computed by reason of a lack for each inattendance at a class session of any subject in the following form:

I. Unjustified and justified misconduct caused by acts outside the service, health grounds, legal reasons and those which the Director considers to be such as such shall be cumulative, and

II. Faults justified by acts of the service shall not be cumulative.

ARTICLE 58.- The recording and counting of such faults will be made known periodically to the students by the Academic Section of the team.

CHAPTER II

OF CASUALTIES AND REREVENUE

ARTICLE 59.- The following are the causes of the discharge of the Military School of Health Classes for the students:

I. Successfully complete your studies;

II. Re-test 40% or more of the total partial exams in the same evaluation period;

III. Reprove 40% or more of the total final exams;

IV. Re-test one or more extraordinary exams;

V. Accumulate 10% or more of unjustified faults in a single matter or in all of them during a course lasting six months or longer;

VI. Accumulate 20% or more of justified faults in a single matter or in all of them for the duration of a course lasting six months or longer;

VII. Futility, according to the tables annexed to the Law of the Social Security Institute for the Mexican Armed Forces;

VIII. There are irregularities in the documentation submitted when designated to carry out the respective course in the staff;

IX. To be found in some of the causative causes established in the Mexican Army and Air Force Organic Law;

X. For scholarship staff, unjustifiably miss their academic duties for three consecutive days;

XI. Accumulate 20 days of arrest during the course, upon determination of misconduct by the Council of Honour;

XII. Find yourself subject to the war hero, in the common or federal order, and

XIII. Request of the interested party to be accepted by the Secretary of National Defense.

ARTICLE 60.- The student who for any reason will be discharged from the Military School of Health Classes, will be notified in advance by in writing this circumstance, making him aware of the reasons and legal bases, giving him a term of 15 calendar days, counted from the date on which he was notified, to the effect that he will manifest before the Director of the his interests should be relevant to the individual.

ARTICLE 61.- The students who cause low of the Military School of Health Classes will be made available to the National Defense Secretariat for the corresponding effects.

ARTICLE 62.- For the purposes of this Regulation it is considered to be reentry to the act by which the staff of students who have caused Lower of the Military School of Health Classes before finishing the studies is again designated to perform them.

ARTICLE 63.- The staff of students who cause discharge from the respective course may re-enter as long as such cessation has not been due to bad conduct determined by the Council of Honour.

TITLE SEVENTH

OF ACADEMIC ACCOLADES, AWARDS AND REWARDS

ONLY CHAPTER

ARTICLE 64.- The staff of students who successfully complete their studies at the Military School of Health Classes will receive:

I. Certificate of Studies;

II. Grade of First Sergeant or Second Sergeant, Health or Assistant in the Paramedic Specialty, as appropriate, and

III. Appointment.

ARTICLE 65.- The incentives given to students for the use of their studies are as follows:

I. First, second, or third place award and diploma to those who get the highest three averages at the end of the course, and

II. Appear in the honor box for the month following the evaluation period in which they obtained an average of 8.5 points or more.

TITLE EIGHTH

OF DISCIPLINE

ONLY CHAPTER

ARTICLE 66.- The arrests that are imposed on the staff of students of the Military School of Health Classes will be graduated by the Director of the (a) whether or not the Director of the Health Service in which he or she is performing the studies, in accordance with the provisions of the military legislation.

ARTICLE 67.- The Commander of the Alumni Corps will propose to the Director of the team the distribution of time that should govern the activities of the students who are arrested.

ARTICLE 68.- Staff of students who use non-legal means to resolve an examination, in addition to the academic sanction, will be charged with respective disciplinary corrective action.

ARTICLE 69.- The staff of students who have a hierarchical level equal to or higher than that of the teacher, must keep to this the considerations that their quality or commission deserves.

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TRANSIENT

FIRST.- All provisions that object to this Decree are repealed.

SECOND.- This Decree will take effect the day after its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation.

Given in the Federal Executive Branch, in Mexico City, Federal District, at the twenty-six days of March of two thousand one. Vicente Fox Quesada.-Heading.-The Secretary of National Defense, Gerardo Clemente Ricardo Vega GarcĂ­a.-Heading.