The present investigation was carried out to study the prevalence, abundance, seasonal variation and its intensity of infestation of helminth parasites in Channa punctatus Bloch, 1793 at some selected stations along the coast of river Ramganga from September 2015 to March 2017. Three helminth parasites Pallisentis punctati (Acanthocephalan), Clinostomum complanatum, Euclinostomum heterostomum (Trematode) and Trematode metacercaria were collected from abdominal cavity, liver and intestine of the infected host. A total of 100 hosts were found to be infected from 239 fishes sampled. 100 fishes were infected with Pallisentis punctati with an overall prevalence, mean intensity and abundance of 41.84%, 2.01 and 0.84 respectively, one (4.76%) fish was infected by Clinostomum complanatum, one with trematode metacercaria having mean intensity of 26.0 and a single fish (4.76%) was infected with E. heterostomum during summer. The observation showed significant highest parasitic communities during the summer season, moderate in monsoon and lowest in winter season. The aim of the present investigation is to provide information on seasonal dynamics and distribution of helminth parasites in a freshwater fish, Channa punctatus.