Dementia is a multifactorial syndrome that requires high levels of care, which are provided by informal structures, mainly the family. However, support from the family caregiver comes at a cost, with high levels of burden, psychological morbidity, poor physical health, social isolation and financial difficulties. The objective of the study was to assess the quality of life among caregivers of persons with dementia. The sample comprised of 50 Caregivers of persons with dementia. The data collected from NIMHANS Geriatric Clinic. The patients who fulfilled the inclusion and exclusion criteria were identified based on information from the patient undergoing treatment at geriatric clinic in NIMHANS were selected using simple random sampling. The following tools were used for the current study: Socio-demographic data sheet was used to study the socio demographic details of the caregivers of persons with dementia and to measure Quality of life WHO QOL was used. The result found that caregivers of patients with dementia experienced poor quality of life in all the domains of quality of life. And also it shows that caregivers of patients with dementia who come from joint family experienced better quality of life and who come from urban background has better quality of life.