Fall armyworm is a sporadic pest and feed on almost all plant species. It is native to America but due to its strong flying abilities it has spread many countries and now it has been reported in most of the Asian countries causing major damage to maize, rice, sorghum, sugarcane but also other vegetable crops and cotton.. In the present study presence of fall armyworm was observed in Islamabad Chekshehzad aria, Pakistan. At the end of Oct. and November larval collection from a maize field were examined in laboratory. Larvae were also reared to adults. After examination it was identified that larvae and adults were Spodoptera frugiperda. And this is the first confirmed report that shows the presence of Spodoptera frugiperda in Islamabad, Pakistan. Biocontrol strategies were used and B.bassiana and M.anisopalae was found very effective on first to third larval stages.