The study was planned to compare the CT & MRI findings in the cervical carcinoma. It will be helpful for the detection of earliest lesion, parametrial assessment, early vaginal and uterine invasion, urinary bladder and rectal invasion and post radiotherapy changes like fibrosis and recurrence. From the above data generated it is concluded that MR imaging is superior to CT in the evaluation of parametrial status. Generally, the precision rates of CT and MR imaging for pelvic lymph node metastasis were identical in present study. There are total 9 cases of Uterine extension all are detected by MRI and only 8 were confirmed by CT. In total 9 cases of Bladder extensions all were positive with MRI and 1 is missed in CT. In each 6 cases of Renal extension and parametrical extension all were positive with MRI and 5 are positive with CT. All 4 cases of Vaginal extensions were positive with MRI and 3 are positive with CT. The all 3 cases of Lymph node extension were confirmed by both MRI & CT. The 1 case of Metastasis is confirmed by both CT & MRI.