<b>A Study to Assess the Knowledge Regarding Early Sign of Myocardial Infraction among the Hypertensive Patient in Selected Hospital</b> The primary cause of cardiovascular disease is high blood pressure. Consistently raising the systolic and diastolic blood pressure above 140 mm Hg and 90 mm Hg is known as hypertension. Blood passes through coronary arteries and attaches to the heart during cardiac pumping. An excessive amount of pressure causes arteries to expand. This could result in a blood supply leak that causes angina or ischemia. Methodology In order to evaluate the knowledge of hypertension patients about early signs of myocardial infraction, a study involving 60 subjects was conducted utilizing a self structured questionnaire and a purposive sampling methodology. Descriptive and inferential statistics are used in data interpretation and analysis. Result A maximum no. of 90.3 of the control I group had pre test knowledge that was above average, and none of them had good knowledge. Following a teaching program, 66 percent of subjects had exceptional knowledge, and 30 percent demonstrated good understanding of the early signs and symptoms of myocardial infarction. Conclusion Based on the results of this study, the researcher discovered that a structured education program was a useful tool for raising hypertension patients awareness of the early warning signs and symptoms of myocardial infarction. Hypertension tension 54-55 Issue-3 Volume-8 Richa Sharma | Amandeep Kumar