Methyl parathion was originally developed by the German pesticide company Bayer. It is a non-systemic pesticide that kills pests by acting as a stomach poison. It is used to control chewing and sucking insects in a wide range of crops, including cereals, fruit, vines, vegetables, ornaments, cotton and field crops. Methyl parathion is generally applied as a spray, mainly as an emulsifiable concentrate formulation. However, it is very toxice in nature and thus its analysis is of tremendous importance. The goal of the present investigation is basic cum applied in nature and it aims at the development of chemically modified electrode for methyl parathion.