NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)
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.
In Fazl Ali College, the NCC has been functioning with its full vigor since its inception. It has both boys and girls cadets, looked after by their respective lecturer incharge. The college has a full strength cadet of 55 for boys and 50 for girls cadet. The college has a tradition of producing not only an excellent cadets representing the state on many occasions but also facilitated in acquiring ‘B’ and ‘C’ Certificates to majority of its cadets.
Almost every year cadets from the college are selected to represent in the Republic Day Parade at New Delhi. They have also represented the state in the National Integration Camps from time to time. The college also sends cadets for Combine Annual Training Camp, Thal Sainik Camp etc. in various parts of the country. They also participate in every Independence Day Parade in the district.
Fresher from both the Arts and Science streams are enrolled as cadet in the month of July-August every year. Many students are enthusiastic in joining this youth Organization, and indeed benefited in many ways.
ANO - Lieut. Leremmongla
CTO - Mr. Temsunungsang
NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (NSS)
Motto: "NOT ME BUT YOU"
History: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.
The activities of NSS aims at:
- Making education more relevant by bringing students face to face with the rural/slum situation.
- Involving students in planning and execution of developmental projects and programmes.
- Encouraging students to work together with rural people.
- Developing leadership qualities
- Emphasizing dignity of labour and self-help.
- Encouraging process of national development.
- Understand the community in which you work.
- Understand yourself in relation to the community in which you work.
- Identify the needs and problems of that community and get involved in problem solving process.
- Develop a sense of social and civic responsibility.
- Utilise the knowledge thus gained to find practical solution to individual and community problems.
- Develop competence for group living and share responsibilities.
- Develop community mobilising skills.
- Develop leadership qualities and democratic attitude.
- Develop skills to meet emergencies and natural disasters and
- practice national integration and social harmony.
Programmes/Projects undertaken by NSS -Fazl Ali College Unit:
- Seminars on Career guidance, Personality development etc.
- Awareness programmes on HIV/AIDS (UTAIDS), drugs etc.
- Blood donation.
- Essay, Painting, Quiz Competition etc.
- Awareness programme in Yaongyimsen.
- District level inter-school/college quiz competition.
- Participation of NSS volunteers in National Camps and competition.
- Cleanliness drive in the campus.
- Tree plantation in the campus and in the adopted village (Mokokchung Village).
- Construction of about 100 mtrs of footpath leading to Nathan Memorial Hostel.
- Repair of Toilets.
- Provide new electric wiring in all hostels.
- Provide 1000 ltr water containers in all hostels.
- Provide tools/implements and refreshment during social works.
- Construction projects in College.
- Repair of about 100 mtrs of the road leading to the staff quarters.
- Construction of two footpaths leading to the campus church.
RED RIBBON CELL (RRC)
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.
Annual Report of Red Ribbon Club, 2013 1. Ms. Temjensangla Pongener Assistant Professor participated at the one day State Level Trainning cum Orientation for RRC Nodal Officers at Kohima on the 15th of March 2013.
2. On 21st May 2013, "Busy Bee Film Production", visited the College and Videos were taken on the activities of RRC FAC.
3. A Blood Donation Camp was organised by RRC Fazl Ali College in collaboration with Blood Bank IMDH Mokokchung on 21st May 2013 wehre 8RRC members and 2 Teachers donated blood.
4. On 14th June, 2013 "World Blood Donors Day", with the theme, "Give the Gift of Life; Donate Blood", a Slogan Competition was organised at IDSP Conference Hall IMDH Mokokchung, where 5 members of RRC Fazl Ali College participated and the 2nd and 3rd prizes were bagged by Ms. Imnuksungla BA III and Mr. Merentoshi BSc. III respectively.
5. On the National Voluntary Blood Donors Day, 1st October 2013, 12 RRC members attended the program at IMDH Mokokchung.
6. 20 RRC members of Fazl Ali College participated as Volunteers in the Multi Media Campaign of NSACS on 5th October 2013 at Cosmos Hall Mokokchung.
Reporters: Ms. Temjensangla Pongener, Nodal Officer RRC and Ms. N. Sentinunglaa Pongen, Nodal Officer RRC.
- Under this mentor-ward programme, with 10- 12 students are grouped/placed under the guardianship of one teacher to advise and guide them throught the academic year. Through this, students' talents are explored and help are being extended through the mentorship programme.
Mentoring Committee Report, 2013
Mentoring programme at Fazl Ali College has been going on since the year 2007. It was visionary or farsightedness of the College to have felt the need of this exercise that even the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) came up with the requirement of this programme implementation in Colleges. Not only that the mentoring programme in the College has won points for getting the College accredited in the year 2009 with ‘B’ Grade but it has also benefitted a number of students in moulding their character and clearing doubts and question in personal life and their career paths.
Under this programme 11-13 students are allotted to each of the faculty members in the College as Mentors and each Mentor takes care of the students/mentees as foster-parent by providing guidance, counselling and advice in any area of life, especially in academics as per the need expressed by the mentees.
During the year 2013 the College conducted two organised meetings between the mentors and mentees, first on 18th July and the second on 24th October where the students/mentees were given opportunity to share thoughts and problems with their mentors and receive appropriate help and advice from them. Besides, the students are also encouraged to seek and meet their respective mentors at any time as per their need. Many students are benefitting a great deal from this programme.
A workshop for Mentors was also held on 30th July. The resource persons in this workshop were Dr. Dipesh Bhagabati, Professor & Head, Department of Psychiatry, Gauhati Medical College and Dr. Ramesh Chandra Borpatragohain, Professor, Department of Law, Gauhati University, Guwahati. Dr. Bhagabati spoke on the topics, Psychological Problems of the Youth and Stress Management and Dr. Borpatragohain spoke on the topic, Role of Mentors in respect of Relationship between Men, Society and Nature. This workshop was very successful as many participants expressed how immensely they were benefitted from it.
Reporter: Akok Walling, Convenor, Mentoring Committee
1. Right to Information (RTI) Committee
The Committee on RTI at Fazl Ali College was constituted on 1st June, 2011. The major activities of this Committee are to disseminate relavant information through the display of articles, notifications, amendments, events, latest cases, etc., as well as organizing events and seminars.
2. Anti-Ragging Cell
Bassically ragging is absent in the ethos of the College. The Anti-Ragging Cell has been set up to resolve or prevent any such practice that may arise in the institution.
3. Seminar Committee
To streamline the academic development programs conducted in the College, a Seminar Committee was formed in 2010. This Committee mainly organizes Bi-monthly inter-departmental seminars with the objective of enriching the teachers in various discipline.
4. Disaster Management Committee
This is a mendatory committee set up in the College in 2011. The role of this committee is to oversee procurement of equipment and manpower training in order to keep the institution in a state of preparedness in the event of occurence of any disaster.
5. Event Management Cell
The event management cell consists of five teachers as members. This cell is the main module for organizing and co-ordinating events in the College. The nature of the event can range from academic to entertainment. This cell also strives to bring professionalism and efficiency thus upgrading the quality of participation by the students and faculty. The cell is responsible for all the social events in the College.
6. Career Guidance and Counselling Cell
The College has a Career Guidance and Counselling Centre which endeavours to guide the students in choosing their right career path besides timely counseling whenever they seek. The Cell has a collection of books on careers and counselling which may be consulted by students in Reference Section of the Library. The Cell also conducts Career Guidance Seminars and serves as a platform for new discussions on career and life options.
7. Grievances Redressal Cell
A grievances box has been placed for any student who may have legitimate complaints/suggestions to improve the College.They may write down thier complaints/suggestions and put it into the box for redressal/consideration by the College Authority.
8. College Website Committee
This Committee looks after the development and maintenance of the College Website.
9. Library Advisory Committee
The Library Committee is entrusted with the responsibility to sort out library related problems in procuring relevant books, journals, and also for infrastructural developments so as to meet the students needs with the available funds.
10. Assessment Committee
This Committee is entrusted with monitoring of the students attendance. They are also the co-ordinating body for the results fo the College Internal Assessment.
11. Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
1. Ms. Chubayangla, Principal
2. Dr. I. Wati Imchen
3. Dr. Lanurenla
: Member (Recorder)
4. Dr. Abhijit Borah
5. Ms. Tiarenla Aier
6. Ms. Amongla N. Jamir
7. Mr. Tol Pucho
8. Ms. Lendina
9. Ms. Limatola Zulu, Vice Principal
10. Dr. Imtiwati Jamir
12. Dr. Dipak Sinha, NU
13. Dr. Lanusashi
Represent local community
12.Complaints Committee Relating to Sexual Harassment of Women Employees (CCRSHWE)
This Committee was started in the College on 3rd October 2013 in compliance with the directive from the Directorate of Higher Education, Nagaland.
13. College Clubs
The Clubs were started in the College in 2013. Each student is given the option to oin any one club of his/her choice. The various clubs are:
a. Music b. Culture and Dance c. Games and Sports d. Electronics and IT e. Fine Arts f. Literary g. Drama
14. Awards Committee
The Awards Committee, set up in the College in 2008, manages and oversees the smooth execution of the different academic awards instituted by the various groups and individuals in the College, also the prizes and certificates for the literary and other competitions of the College.
15. Rashtriya Ucchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA)
This is a National Mission on Higher Education. The RUSA Monitoring Cell is functioning in the College from 2013.
16. Hostel Committee
The Hostel Committee looks after the welfare of the students in the Hostels. The Committee comprises of the Principal, Wardens, Prefects and Assistant Prefects of the four hostels.
17. Student Welfare Fund Committee:
This Committee established in 2007 manages the funds for stipends given to the students who are differently abled or in need of financial assistance.
18. Research Committee
This Committee set up in 2014 is headed by the Principal. This Committee examines and monitors all the research projects and proposals.