Cardiac Hypertrophy commonly known as abnormal thickening of the heart muscle. It results from the increase in the cardiomyocyte size and other heart muscle component changes, like extracellular matrix. There can be physiological and pathological causes for the cardiac hypertrophy like amount of strenuous physical activity performed by an athlete and hypertension respectively. Most patients today survive hypertrophy, thanks to a number of efficient treatment options. In ECG, the QRS amplitude and duration plays an important role in determination of Cardiac Hypertrophy. Raw ECG data has been obtained from MIT PTB database and analysed using MATLAB. De-noising of the ECG signal has been done using filters. The clinically important parameters for Cardiac Hypertrophy have been evaluated using Fast Walsh Hadamard Transform. Statistical Analysis is done by comparing the parameters thus obtained with those of normal ECG parameters to gain a deeper understanding of Cardiac Hypertrophy. This research in turn can help the physicians to diagnose the preliminary signs of cardiac hypertrophy which might otherwise go un-noticed.