Cardiovascular diseases accounts for 30% of global deaths. Share from developing countries is much higher than the developed countries. The medical and socioeconomic consequences of the projected increase will be disastrous. Health care facilities required for providing appropriate clinical evaluation of and optimal management for the many millions of CVD patients would be far beyond the scope of most developed countries. Thus, the need to contain the epidemic as well as combat its impact and minimize the CVD toll in terms of mortality and morbidity in the developing countries is obvious and urgent.This research is an effort on estimation of survival time of cardiovascular diseased patients under various conditions by using different statistical techniques. This will help to device strategies to reduce mortality and economic impact of this disease.