<b>Comparison between Effectiveness of Hand Arm Bimanual Intensive Training and Repetitive Facilitation Exercises on Upper Limb Functions In Post Stroke Hemiparetic Patients</b> Background and Objective According to world Health Organization WHO stroke is defined as “rapidly developing clinical sign of focal or global disturbance of cerebral function lasting more than 24 hours or leading to death, with no apparent cause other than vascular origin.1 Focal neurological deficits must persists for at least 24 hours, motor deficits are characterized by paralysis hemiplegia or weakness hemiparesis , typically on the side of the body opposite site of lesion.Materials and Methods The study was performed among 30 patients of both genders, aged 45 60 years. Subjects were selected on the basis of inclusion criteria and randomly divided into two groups by convenience sampling and allocating alternate patient group A and group B, 15 in each group. Group A was treated with Repetitive Facilitation Exercises RFE , Group B was treated with Hand Arm Bimanual Intensive Training HABIT . Baseline assessments were taken using WMFT and FMA and data was analyzed.Results The groups showed significant differences in WMFT and FMA variables. But on comparing the mean of both the groups there was no significant difference between both the groups. Conclusion This study concluded that RFE and HABIT both are effective in treatment of patients with hemiparesis. Hemiparesis, RFE, HABIT, WMFT, FMA 872-881 Issue-5 Volume-1 Dr. Shilpy Jetly | Sukhwinder Kaur | Dr. Jaspinder Kaur