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Durability of concrete and economy has made it the world’s most used construction material. It is basically consists of four components: cement, water, aggregates and admixture. Due to development of infrastructure, necessity of producing large quantities of cement is required and usage of natural resources is required. Initiatives are emerging worldwide to strike a balance between the developments in infrastructure and prevention of the environment from contamination by reusing the industrial wastes. Thus, requirements for more economical and environmental-friendly cementing materials have extended interest in partial replacement of cement in infrastructure development. In this research work, M25 grade of concrete beam with partial replacement of cement by sugarcane bagasse ash at 5%, 10% and 15% specimens were casted and tested for flexural behaviour at 28 days.