Inception of OFA

The first boy’s association ever to be formed was in October 1960 initiated by Old Faujians of the first batch.

Out of the twenty-seven old boys who passed out in April 1960, sixteen who resided in Dhaka formed E.P.C.O.B.A – the East Pakistan Cadet College Old Boys Association.

Meeting of the old boys used to be held at the house of the old teacher Mr. Andrews and also in the British Council Auditorium. The E.P.C.O.B.A - the forerunner of F.O.C.A (Faujdarhat Old Cadets Association) which was to be the forerunner of the Old Faujians Association, was organized mainly by the effort of late OFn. Abu Naser Haider Ahmed (1) died in 1963. The first general secretary of the association was OFn. Abdur Rab (1).


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