The experiment was performed in Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with three replications and germplasm evaluated at Vegetable Research Farm, Kalyanpur, Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh) during Kharif season of 2018-19. Analysis of variance revealed significant variability among the strains of okra for all character’s studied. Heritability estimates varied from (60.80%) for length of fruits to (99.70%) for number of seeds per fruit. It was partitioned as very high (above 90%), high (70- 90%), medium (50-70%) and low (less than 50%).heritability estimates were observed very high for number of seeds per fruit (99.70%), days to 50% flowering (99.0%), yield per plant (98.80%), number of fruits per plant (98.50%) and plant height at 45 days. High for diameter of fruit (89.20%), first flowering node (88.30%), Plant height at 90 days. Medium estimation of heritability was recorded for length of fruits. Phenotypic variances range between days to first flowering (4.67) and plant height at 45 days (20.08) The phenotypic coefficient of variations was highest for characters viz., plant height at 45 days (20.08%), number of fruits per plant (17.37%), and number of seeds per fruit (17.34%). and genotypic variances ranging between days to first flowering (4.63) and plant height at 45 days (19.79). High genotypic coefficient of variation was noted for plant height at 45 days (19.79%), number of seeds per fruit (17.38), number of fruits per plant (17.24%) and plant height at 90 days (15.56%). Genetic advance expressed as percent of mean was high (>20%) for plant height at 45 days (40.18), no of seeds per fruits (35.63), number of fruits per plant (35.25), plant height at 90 days (29.94), fruit yield per plant (27.97), diameter of fruits (27.55) and first flowering node (21.87). While the moderate genetic advance (<20 to 10%) was observed for fruit length (15.5) and days to 50% flowering (10.5).