Health for all by the year 2000 AD was a national goal set by the Indian policy makers over 20 years ago in Alam Ata. Since then a lot of planning, effort and public expenditure has been devoted to improve the human health both in rural and urban parts of India. After the improvement in health status, the focus is shifting from mortality to morbidity. The main reason behind is that, better health conditions in terms of mortality and life expectancy do not show the whole picture of the population health. The simple example of this is Kerala in India, where Mortality is found very low but the reporting of morbidity is found very high, even highest in all states of India. Therefore morbidity is increasingly considered as a significant indicator of human well being and attracting the focus of social scientist. Study examined the Morbidity Prevalence among population groups by socio, economic and demographic factors in Uttar Pradesh which is highest populous state of India.