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About Fazl Ali College

Fazl Ali College established on 8th September 1959, has emerged as one of the leading educational institutions of the State. It 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.
The College functioned as a private College until 1962 after which it was taken over by the Government of Nagaland. Science stream was introduced in the College in 1983. Today the College offers the BA/BSc GEN/HONS courses in 15 subjects. Functional English course, which is a elective subject at the B.A. level, conducts short-term courses for interested institutions.
The objective of the College is to promote higher learning and to produce students who are second to none in academic quality in line with the College motto “Academia Nulli Secundus” and are conscious citizens who can bring about social change and development. It signifies the College’s constant endeavour to mould the young minds and give the guidance towards the unfoldment of the intellectual faculty latent in them

Mission, Vision and Accreditation

The Mission
- To mould students to face the challenges of contemporary society and to possess definite target goals so that they can act as catalyst for socio-economic change.
- To produce students who are ethically sound, creative and second to none in academics.
- To strive towards academic autonomy in order to maintain high academic standards in keeping with the Nation’s Education policies.
- To expose students to ICT enabled Teaching-Learning processes while maintaining relevant traditional methodologies.
- To focus on original and need based research on indigenous resources.
- To focus on Nation building by strengthening Community Extension Services and collaborations.
- To build and strengthen transparency and decentralization in academic and administrative roles.

To develop the College into a hub of multidisciplinary studies and a Centre for indigenous research of National and International Relevance.


The College has been re-accredited in 2022 with "A" Grade by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). The College was the first Government College in Nagaland to be accredited by NAAC in 2009.