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The usage of natural aggregate is becoming more intense with the advanced development in construction. Recycled aggregate can be used as a suitable replacement for natural aggregate. Recycling of aggregate material from construction and demolition waste may reduce the demand-supply gap and reduce consumption of natural resources. The advance in the prestressed concrete and multistoried structures has given impetus for making high performance concrete. At the point when the overall exhibition of cement is significantly higher than that of ordinary kind concrete, such cement is viewed as elite cement (HPC). High-execution concrete (HPC) surpasses the properties and constructability of typical cement. HPC is usually more brittle when compared with normal strength concrete, especially when high strength is the mainfocus of the performance. These deficiencies can be overcome by adding fibres. Fibre reinforced concrete has become popular due to its crack arresting mechanism, strengthening property, high energy absorption properties, ductile behavior and post-cracking tensile strength. The aim of this thesis is to study the flexural as well as shear behavior of fibre reinforced high performance recycled aggregate concrete in beams under monotonic for optimum percentages of fibres.