Gnarus Institute Teaching Regiment
It provides about the organization of the GNARUS INSTITUTE
about its Educational Programs of all levels regulating aspects
of the organization and general functioning.
ABOUT THE INSTITUTION AND ITS OBJECTIVES
ABOUT THE DENOMINATION, HEADQUARTERS, LEGAL REGIME, AND AUTONOMY
Art. 1 – The GNARUS INSTITUTE, a non-governmental organization for scientific research, technological development, and innovation, has been qualified as an Organization of civil society of public interest, under Law No. 9,790 of March 23, 1999, and which is set out in Case MJ No. 08071,000726/2006-14, under the Order of the National Secretary of Justice, of June 2, 2006, published in the Official Gazette of June 8, 2006, with headquarters and forum in the city of Itajubá, State of Minas Gerais.
Art. 2 – The GNARUS INSTITUTE is a legal entity of private law and enjoys didactic-scientific, disciplinary, administrative, and financial and patrimonial management autonomy.
ABOUT THE MISSION, PRINCIPLES, AND VALUES
Art. 3 – The GNARUS INSTITUTE aims to study and formulate proposals for scientific research activities and technological development of monitoring devices and processes, which design, above all, to optimize the process of using resources materials and energy products. Working in research, projects, education, and training.
Art. 4 – The GNARUS INSTITUTE is governed by principles and values that allow the permanent search for academic excellence:
I. impersonality, publicity, ethics, and morality concerning its management and relationship with society;
II. full transparency, towards the internal and external public; And
III. respect for the human being and the appreciation of environmental balance with attention to the social.
ABOUT THE OBJECTIVES
Art. 5 – The GNARUS INSTITUTE aims to:
I. promote assistance and support for programs, projects or plans that are scoped to research and develop monitoring devices and processes in the use of energy and other natural resources;
II. advise, provide services, guide and participate in programs, projects and other forms of technical, collective, public or private action that promote the sustained use of energy;
III. create, produce and disseminate expertise, which has in monitoring its central theme;
IV. train and recycle professionals at a higher level, promoting the adoption of innovative technologies and approaches, primarily focused on sustained development;
V. contribute to the strengthening of institutional mechanisms for the protection and conservation of the environment;
VI. participate and promote education, dissemination of knowledge and awareness programs;
VII. provide services and preparation of consulting and advisory projects in Research and Development, through solutions involving technological and process innovations for the manufacturing and administrative areas of client companies;
VIII. to carry out the development of software for industrial application, aiming at optimizing production and administrative processes;
IX. to carry out research and development projects in Information Technology and related areas; And
X. perform the use of technologies to promote social inclusion.
ABOUT THE INSTITUTIONAL ORGANIZATION
ABOUT THE ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT
Art. 6 – The GNARUS INSTITUTE, concerning its Educational Programs, is organized with an expedited structure that privileges its teaching, research, and extension functions and ensures the full use of the material and human resources.
Art. 7 – The administration of the GNARUS INSTITUTE is exercised by the principles of qualified participation in general decisions and the command unit in the implementation of these policies, using administrative science to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of processes and results.
ABOUT THE MANAGEMENT IN GENERAL
Art. 8 – The GNARUS INSTITUTE observes in its deliberative instances the principles of advertising of its actions, planning, and evaluation of all its activities.
Art. 9 – The GNARUS INSTITUTE, about its Educational Programs, is structured from its Technical-Scientific Council, the maximum body of this part of the Institute, Program Coordinator, and Program Council.
ABOUT THE TECHNICAL-SCIENTIFIC BOARD
Art. 10 – The Technical-Scientific Council is composed of three holders and an alternate, duly elected in a statutory manner.
§1 – Its members must have notorious technical and scientific competence and cleared reputation, with professional training in areas related to the scope of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
§2 – The GNARUS INSTITUTE Statute resolves cases of vacancy.
§3 – The Technical-Scientific Council shall elect a President among its full members who chairs this Council, marking and directing its meetings and defining its agendas.
§4 – The meetings of the Technical-Scientific Council are convened by its chairman or by at least two of its full members, at least 72 hours in advance, except in case of urgency, mentioning the subjects of the plan.
§5 – The Technical-Scientific Council must elect a Program Coordinator for each type of program, approve its actions, and guide the main guidelines to be met.
§6 – At council meetings, a minutes are drawn up, which is authorized and signed by those present.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Art. 11 – The Program Coordinator should conduct his Program, aiming to achieve the best possible performances and always with the support and following the guidelines of the Technical-Scientific Council.
Art. 12 - It is up to the Program Coordinator:
I. Define the overall policy of the Program heard by the Technical-Scientific Council;
II. Deliberate on strategic issues of the Program;
III. Continuously evaluate program performance;
IV. Choose three professors from the permanent framework of the Program to compose the Program Council;
V. Convene and chair meetings with the Program Council;
VI. Represent the Program;
VII. Convene and chair meetings with the Assembly of the Program, composed of its permanent professors;
VIII. Take necessary measures to promote the Program;
IX. Verify compliance with the programmatic content and workload of the program's disciplines;
X. Elaborate on the academic calendar of the Program;
XI. Prepare the class schedules for each school period;
XII. Analyze and decide student transfer processes;
XIII. Analyze and determine credit validation;
XIV. Coordinate the process of selecting new students;
XV. Evaluate professors by applying the regulations on the entry and exit of professors in the Program; And
XVI. Communicate to the Technical-Scientific Council any irregularity in the operation of the Program and request the necessary corrections.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM BOARD
Art. 13 – The Program Council is an advisory body of the Program Coordinator.
Art. 14 – The Program Council is composed of three professors of the permanent framework of the Program.
§1 – The Program Council meets whenever convened by the Program Coordinator or on-demand from two of its members.
Art. 15 – It is up to the Program Council:
I. Assist the Program Coordinator in administrative and educational issues of the Program;
II. Temporarily replace the Program Coordinator in its impediment;
III. Assist the Program Coordinator in Personnel Development Policies;
IV. Assist the Program Coordinator in decision-making on issues omitted in the Program Regulation;
V. Act as an instance of appeal in disciplinary student proceedings;
VI. Assist the Program Coordinator in fixing the number of vacancies for each course;
VII. Assist the Program Coordinator in establishing course evaluation standards;
VIII. Assist the Program Coordinator in setting standards for the evaluation of administrative and teaching activities; And
IX. Approve the pedagogical projects of the courses.
ABOUT THE FACULTY
Art. 16 – The faculty of the Program is composed primarily of researchers from the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
§1 – You can only exercise the role of Program Coordinator, a permanent professor of his and researcher at GNARUS INSTITUTE.
§2 – The temporary hiring of Collaborating Professors and Visiting Professors is always made with the consent of the Technical-Scientific Council.
Art. 17 – Superior teaching activities include:
I. those relevant to the teaching of the Program, which aims at the production, expansion, and transmission of knowledge, as well as research and extension; And
II. Those who extend to the community, in the form of specialized courses and services, teaching activities, and research results.
Art. 18 – In addition to their teaching, research, and extension activities, professors have the responsibility for general guidance of students, aiming at their integration into university life, their best school performance, and adaptation to the future exercise of citizenship professionals.
ABOUT THE STUDENTS
Art. 19 – The student group consists of regular and special students admitted in the form of this Regiment.
§1 - Regular student is the one enrolled in the program.
§2 – Special student is the one registered in program disciplines.
Art. 20 – The GNARUS INSTITUTE strives to provide members of its student body, in addition to formal education, and through research and extension activities, as well as projects and actions aimed at these purposes:
I. Support for its integration into the course and activities of the GNARUS INSTITUTE;
II. Measures that provide students with professional training of excellence and the full exercise of citizenship;
III. Opportunity to participate in community life-improving programs and the local, regional and national development process;
IV. Means, adequate guidance and individual facilities for the realization of cultural, artistic, sports and recreational programs; And
V. Scholarship programs.
ABOUT THE TECHNICAL-ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
Art. 21 – The technical-administrative staff of the GNARUS INSTITUTE is made up of an official who is regulated by current labor laws and the Statute of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
Art. 22 – Activities of technical-administrative staff are considered:
I. those related to the permanent maintenance and adequacy of technical, administrative and operational support, necessary for the fulfillment of institutional objectives; And
II. Those inherent in support for the management, leadership, coordination, advice, and assistance of the institution itself.
ABOUT THE OPERATING DEVICES
ABOUT THE ETHICS
Art. 23 – The conduct of the members of the community of the GNARUS INSTITUTE must be guided by moral principles, dignity, efficiency, decorum, zeal, and awareness of all its activities.
Art. 24 – The conduct of the members of the community of the GNARUS INSTITUTE must be guided by the fulfillment of their activities in the best possible way and by strict compliance with the Statute, these Rules, and the other relevant Rules.
ABOUT THE DISCIPLINARY REGIME
Art. 25 – The disciplinary regime aims to ensure, maintain, and preserve good order, respect, good customs, and ethical principles to ensure the harmonious coexistence of the entire community of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
Art. 26 – The Technical-Scientific Council decides all disciplinary issues of the Programs and penalties, and the defendant is assured broad defense.
ABOUT THE FINANCIAL RESOURCES
Art. 27 – All resources and business revenues of the Program are managed by GNARUS INSTITUTE and its legislation, observing the current Brazilian law.
ABOUT THE DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES
Art. 28 – The regular student after the Program, observing all requirements, has the right to receive the relevant degree in a certificate issued by the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
Art. 29 – The particular student, when completing a separate discipline, observing all requirements, has the right to receive a certificate issued by the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
ABOUT THE GENERAL AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS
Art. 30 – The Technical-Scientific Council may amend this Rules of Procedure upon approval by the President of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
§1 – Changes arising from law, the application of which does not depend on regulation, or which do not contain optional forms that make the GNARUS INSTITUTE necessary, shall enter into force on the date of validity of the law.
Art. 31 – The Technical-Scientific Council shall resolve the cases omitted in this Rules of Procedure.
Art. 32 – As long as no new regulations exist, all relevant legislation remains in force at the GNARUS INSTITUTE, which does not conflict with this Rules of Procedure.
Art. 33 – This Rules of Procedure, complied with the legal formalities, shall enter into force on the date of its approval of the President of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
Approved at the 5th Extraordinary Meeting of the Technical-Scientific Council on May 20th, 2019.
Approved by the President of GNARUS INSTITUTE on June 3rd, 2019.