Breeding for salinity tolerance crop varieties in oil seed crop like Taramira (Eruca sativa Mill.) is paramount important for sustainable oilseed production as well as self-sufficiency of Indian nation. This study was aimed to assess the effect of salinity on 8 different genotypes of taramira at seedling stage for 12 traits at seedling stage. The study revealed that the genotypes RTM-1351 and RTM-1355 showed tolerance and provided overall high stability results in higher salinity concentration. These genotypes might be useful for further invigorating the breeding programme and to broaden the genetic base of existing varieties of taramira crop to increase productivity.