Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), the Farm Science Centres are unique and innovative science based institution for the transfer of agricultural technology. It is essentially an institute devoted towards upliftment of socio-economic condition of the farming community through training and motivation. It provides practical approach to training through “Learning by Doing” or “Seeing is Believing” and emphasises on creation of avenues of self employment to the young farmers’ school dropouts and rural women through training on entrepreneurship development. KVK is one of the project of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for technology transfer to serve as a link between research services and the users of research findings including extension services, development agencies and farmers themselves. It is basically a mechanism to demonstrate the application of science and technology for creating awareness and motivating farmers to adopt modern production and management technological options of various agricultural enterprises through vocational training to farming community, in-service training to extension functionaries, Front Line Demonstration (FLD) and On-Farm Testing (OFT) of new technology based on location specific production systems and agro ecological situations.