The College has a well-equipped Library of about 20,000 volumes of books, journals and reference materials with reading room facility.More Info
The Fazl Ali College Alumni Association was initiated and formed in 2008 to enable past students to continue their association with the College and to contribute towards its growth.More Info
Chubainla Award for Academic Topper (CAAT): The Chubainla Award for Academic Topper instituted in 2008 and sponsored by the family of former Principal of the college.More Info
A time to exhibit sporting talents and celebrate sportsmanship.
Freshers day, Parting Social and various cultural events are popular calendar events.
Flowers for sale on Valentine's day.
Music is an integral part of the campus life. Excellent display of the art is seen often at various campus functions.
Fazl Ali College established on 8th September 1959, is a co-educational Government College affiliated to Nagaland University. It takes pride in being the oldest College in Nagaland. Located amidst beautiful natural surroundings the College is about 5 kilometres from Mokokchung town.Click For Admission Details
The Red Ribbon Cell takes active participation in the awareness campaign of HIV/AIDS. This Cell is looked after teachers who are designated as Nodal Officers. Students interested in such social awareness are encouraged to be part of the RRC.
In-Charge: Ms. Temjensangla Pongener, Nodal Officer RRC and Ms. N. Sentinunglaa Pongen, Nodal Officer RRC.
Ever since it was founded in 1948, NCC has made a tremendous stride in inculcating the ideals of discipline and national integration to the youth with its motto “Unity and discipline”.
Through various camps, adventures, and cultural exchange programmes it has provided the youth from all over the country to march shoulder to shoulder in the service of the country. It has also provided a channel for a special entry in the Indian Army, Navy and Air force by conducting certificate exams.
Motto: "NOT ME BUT YOU"
National Service Scheme (NSS) was launced on 24th September 1969- Gandhiji's birth Centenary year in 37 Universities with an aim to develop students' personality through community service.
Today the NSS covers 198 universities, 9117 Colleges, 7542 Higher Secondary Schools and 1196 Technical Institutions.