Objective: Taenia solium is a neglected tropical disease; larvae of this parasite infect central nervous system i.e. Neurocysticercosis, and adults mature and survive into intestine i.e. Taeniasis. Globally more than 50 million people are at the risk of infection. This is one of the main etiological agents for onset of new early epilepsy in developing countries. However, there is no vaccine available to protect human from its infection. Hence, there is an urgent need for a good vaccine. Methods: We applied immune-informatics approach to design a multi-epitope chimeric vaccine consisting of both B and T-cell epitopes. Results: From the whole transcriptome of Taenia, we identified five suitable peptides present on cell membrane, epitope identification on these peptides were done by using various immunoinformatic software. Physiochemical properties were determined and the tertiary structure of vaccine was predicted, validated and refined, and to increase antigenicity we added linker to them. Best-modeled protein-complex was used for docking study with TLR1-2, TLR4, TLR3 and TLR7 and stability of molecular complex was determined by molecular dynamics simulation. Conclusions: Overall, we attempted to design an efficient subunit chimeric vaccine, which could stimulate humoral and cellular immune responses and could protect against both neurocysticercosis and taeniasis. © 2020, © 2020 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group.