The epidemiological pattern and causative agents for suppurative corneal ulcer vary significantly from region to region so it is important to determine the regional etiology for diagnosis and management. A prospective study was conducted to find out the specific microbial agents responsible for suppurative keratitis. 62 patients of keratitis were included in the study. Male patients (58.06%) above 40 years (69.35%), farmers (61.29%) by occupation were commonly involved. The commonest ulcer was fungal (35.48%) &the causative microorganism found on culture was Aspergillus (48.48%). In bacterial ulcer, Staphylococcus aureus (38.70%) &Pseudomonas (19.35%) were isolated as the responsible microbial agents.