Jute fabrics reinforced Polypropylene (PP) matrix composite was fabricated by compression molding and Unsaturated Polyester Resin (UPR) matrix composites were also fabricated by hand lay-up technique. The fiber content of the composites was 40% by weight. Mechanical properties between two types of composites were compared. Tensile Strength (TS), Tensile Modulus (TM), Elongation at break (Eb%) , and Impact Strength (IS) of the jute fabrics/PP composites were found to be 47 MPa, 1.2 GPa, 13% and 8 kg/cm, respectively. On the other hand, TS, TM, Eb%, and IS of the jute fabrics/UPR composite were found to be 43 MPa, 1.3 GPa, 10% and 6 kg/cm, respectively. It was found that both composites showed almost similar mechanical properties. After tensile testing, fracture sides of both types of the... composites were studied by Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) and the results revealed poor fiber matrix adhesion for jute fabrics with PP and UPR. The fabricated composites became partly biodegradable because of jute (natural fiber) and mechanical properties of both types of composites showed promising results for commercial applications.