DCE-MRI data is generally acquired using spoiled gradient Recalled(SPGR) echo sequence which is highly sensitive to B1 inhomogeneity. The error introduced due to B1 inhomogeneity effect on SPGR sequence is propagated to various perfusion parameters calculated in DCE-MRI. These parameters are used in various clinical analysis such as grading of tumor patients. This study had evaluated the change in perfusion parameters due to B1 inhomogeneity on 35 patients. Further simulations were done to evaluate its clinical significance. This study concluded that the change in perfusion parameters because of B1 inhomogeneity can change grading of glioma patients.