"Welcome to the birthplace of Mirce-mechanics - a science of the
motion of maintainable systems through Mirce-space, jolly useful for predicting functionability performance."  Dr Jezdimir Kneezevic, Founder 1999.

The Constitution of the MIRCE Akademy

Article 1:
The MIRCE Akademy (hereafter the Akademy) is a division of Mirce Science Limited.

Article 2:
The purpose for which the Akademy is hereby constituted shall be to engage in scientific, educational, training, literary and professional endeavours related to Mirce Mechanics.

Article 3:
Mirce Mechanics is a theory created by subjecting in-service behaviour of maintainable systems to laws of science to develop a mathematical scheme for predicting functionability performance.

Article 4:
The ethos of the Akademy shall be based on the highest level of scientific objectivity, mathematical  rigour and professional integrity. 

Article 5:
There shall be a President of the Akademy who will be responsible for all of its activities. The first President shall be its founder, Dr Jezdimir Knezevic.

Article 6:
Scientific endeavours shall be advanced through the science based research methods conducted or supported by the Akademy.

Article 7:
Educational endeavours shall be disseminated through  Diploma Programmes delivered or accredited by the Akademy. 

Article 8:
Literary endeavours shall be focused on various types of publications originated or produced by the MIRCE Akademy.

Article 9:
Professional endeavours shall be promoted globally, to individuals and organisations, through a Membership Scheme created and administered by the Akademy.

Article 10:
The Akademy shall, at its discretion, recognise individuals who made a significant contribution to the achievement of its purpose through a Fellowship Award Scheme.

Article 11:
There shall be a Council of Fellows, which alone shall have the power to decide conclusively whether all activities of the Akademy are performed in accordance with this Constitution.

Article 12:
The Akademy shell create such operational environment where employees, fellows, members, students and visitors shall be able to maximise their potentials.


On this 26th day of March in the year 1999