This book examines the role of government towards the rehabilitation of HIV/AIDS patients in the prevention and control of AIDS. This study focuses on socio-economic impact of the disease. It will be helpful in creating awareness among the targeted groups. The case study in this book studies candid in the way they discuss experiment and failures, frustrations, and triumphs and most importantly, learning curbs in relation to both disease and society. In the fundamental sense, the introduction, overviews and case studies on the book brings to the fore some of the most unexamined, unquestioned and resilient aspect of Indian society perceives and respondents to challenges to this order.