To study the effect of post-harvest treatments on physico-chemical properties and relative economics of Indian Jujube during ambient and cold Storage conditions fruits was conducted during 2019 at Department of Horticulture, S.K.N. College of Agriculture, Jobner, Rajasthan. Fruits samples were analysed in 3 days’ intervals for 12 days in ambient storage conditions and 21 days in cold storage conditions for various physico-chemical characteristics. Results revealed that decay loss of fruits increased with storage period whereas, marketability, fruit volume, pulp per cent, pulp: stone ratio and TSS: acid ratio showed a declining trend with advancement of storage period under ambient and cold storage conditions, respectively. Whereas, reducing sugars and non- reducing sugars showed an increase up to 9 days of storage in ambient storage conditions and up to 12 days of storage in cold storage conditions, but after 9 days of storage in ambient storage conditions and after 12 days of storage in cold storage conditions, a decline trend was observed. Economics calculated showed feasibility as on a total input of Rs. 2747.10 and Rs. 3313.20 is earned as gross returns with a net return of Rs. 384.10 with 1.21:1 B: C ratio on 9th day in ambient storage conditions and in cold storage conditions on 15th day of storage a total input of Rs. 3902.10 and Rs. 4457.75 is earned as gross returns with a net return of Rs. 555.65 with 1.14:1 B: C ratio. On the basis of these findings, it may be concluded that of ber fruits is possible for 9 days after in ambient storage conditions and 15 days after in cold storage conditions with treatment of fruits by 1.5% CaCl2 retained the physical, chemical and sensory qualities.