Immunity is the ability of the body to produce lymphocytes or antibodies to destroyefficiently specific foreign substances such as antigens that has been detected in body.Immunity is basically defined as the mechanisms which develop the ability of individuals torecognize foreign substances (non self) and subsequently acts to neutralize, destroy, or metabolize the substances with or involvement of pathological consequences to the individualthemselves. The immune system is also known as a diverse form of defense work together tocomplement each other. Immune system generally made up of three different componentswhich are the physical components (e.g skin and mucous membrane), the cellular components (e.g leucocytes and reticulo-enditelial cells) and the non-cellular or non- particulate components, which consists of excretory fluid (e.g sweat gland, tears, saliva, andtrachea) and body fluids and cellular contents.B cells are one of the lymphoid lineage in the immune system. B cells or also knownas B lymphocytes produces antibodies when stimulated through plasma cells. This B cellsexist as clones. B cells are produced and mature in the bone marrow and they haveglycoprotein receptors on their cell surface membranes which bind specific antigens. Thiseventually makes B cells to act as an Antigen Presenting Cell (APC) to MHC I and MHC II.Mature B cells may become memory cells or plasma cells that secrete large quantities of antibodies. Besides that, B cells also functions in the production of interleukin such as theInterleukin I production.