Cervical cancer is the 2nd largest cause of cancer deaths in women around the world. Globally 288000 women die of cervical cancer.In India 74000 females succumb, which is 1/3rd of the global burden. Most of these deaths are preventable. While methods like Pap and HPV DNA test are employed for cervical screening, they need a lab, trained manpower and suffer with many drawbacks. Thus there is a critical need for a rapid, accurate and low cost diagnostic test that can be used at the point of care.